Pittsburgh Playgrounds: Being the First Portion of a Report Upon the Recreation System, a Part of the Pittsburgh Plan

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MacGregor-Cutler printing Company, 1920 - City planning - 40 pages
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Page 3 - give Pittsburgh an orderly, scientific, comprehensive programme of city building, and to secure for the people of the city greater comfort, safety, health, convenience, utility and beauty in their daily lives.
Page 3 - This Committee was organized with the single object of producing the Pittsburgh Plan, to give Pittsburgh an orderly, scientific, comprehensive program of city building, and to secure for the people of the city greater comfort, health, convenience, utility and beauty in their daily lives. The Commiteee has no political connections and no partisan purposes.
Page 9 - The justification for so great a public undertaking is its ultimate economy in the upbuilding of a citizenship which shall be sound physically and morally.
Page 11 - In general it may be said that there are two types of playgrounds.

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