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Mayors and City Managers of Chief American Municipalities

Source: World Almanac Questionnaire
Mayor or
Term

Mayor or

Term City (1) City Manager Expires

City

(1) City Manager Expires Akron, Ohio.... Geo. J. Harter, D. 1944, Jan. Duluth, Minn. . E. H. Hatch, N-P

1945, Apr. H. A. Weichh't, N-P. 1943, Apr.

W. F. Carr, N-P. 1943, May Alameda, Calif. C. R. Schwanenberg,

Durham, N.C..

H. A. Yancey, C. M. 1935, Oct. C. M.. 1936, Sept, E. Chicago, Ill.. Frank Migas.

1944, Jan, Albany, N. Y.. Erastus Corning, 2nd, D. 1946, Jan. E. Cleve'd, O.. Chas. A. Carran, C. M. 1923 Albuquerque, Clyde Tingley, N-P.. 1943, Oct. E. Orange, N. J. Chas. H. Martens, R. 1943, Jan. N. M C. E. Wells, C. M.. 1934

E. St. Louis, DI. J. T. Connors, N-P. 1943, May Alhambra, Cal. J. H. Coulter, N-P. 1942, July Easton, Pa... Joseph Morrison, D, 1944, Jan.

G. M. Bain, C. M.. 1941, Mar. Elgin, Ill... M. M. Lehman, N-P.. 1943, May Allentown, Pa.. Geo. F. Erich, D. 1944, Jan. Elizabeth, N. J. James T. Kirk, D 1943, Jan. Altoona, Pa... Chas. F. Rhodes, R., 1944, Jan. Elkhart, ind... Clyde Paxson, 'R. 1943, Jan. Amarillo, Tex. Jas. A. Jenkins, N-P. 1943, Apr.

J. M. Beers, R. 1946, Jan. A. P. Hancock,'c. m. 1941, Sept. Elmira, N. Y., .

R. D. Klebes, C. M. 1934 Amster'm N, Y.. Arthur Carter, D 1944, Jan. El Paso, Tex... J. E. Anderson, D. 1943, Apr. Anderson, Ind. Harry R. Baldwin, D.: 1944, Jan. Enid, Okla.. C. L. Walker, R... 1943, May Arl'gton, Mass. Board of Selectmen.

Erie, Pa.. Charlie R. Barber, R. 1944, Jan. L. Lyons Lee, D... 1943, May Evanston, Ill. S. G. Ingraham, N-P.. 1945, Apr. Asheville, N. c. {P. M. Burdette,

Evansville, Ind. Wm. H. Dress, D... 1944, Jan. C. M..

1941, May Everett, Mass.. Frank E. Lewis, N-P.. 1944, Jan. Ashland, Ky. H.D. Shanklin, D. 1944, Jan. | Everett, Wash.. S. F. Spencer.

1944, Jan. Atlanta, Ga. Roy LeCraw, D, 1945, Jan. Fargo, N.D.,.F. 0. Olsen, R.

1945, Apr. Atl'tic Cty, N.J. Thos. D. Taggart, Jr., R. 1944, May Fitchb'g, Mass. Alfred Woollacott. 1944, Jan. Carl R. Brister, R. 1944, Jan.

Osmund Kelly, N-P. 1942, Nov. Auburn, N. Y. A. J. Adams, C. M. 1940, Jan. Flint, Mich...

G. T. Gundry, C. M.. 1940, Nov. Augusta, Ga.. Jas. M. Woodall, D.. 1943, Jan. Finddu Lac, Wis. Leo J. Promen, N-P. 1945, Apr. Aurora, I.....JA. J. Carter, R. 1945, Apr. Ft. Wayne, Ind. H. W. Baals, R.

1943, Jan. Tom Miller, N-P. Apr.

, Austin, Texas..

O. Morgan, C. M..
Alfred Slemon, N-P. 1943, Apr. Galveston, Tex.

1943, May Bakersfield, Cal.

C. E. Peavy. C. M. 1941, May | Gary, Ind... E. L. Schaible, R. 1943, Jan. Baltimore, Md. H. W. Jackson, D., 1943, May

Wm. J. Goss, D.
Glendale, Cal..

1943, Apr. Bangor, Me.. F.D. Farnsworth, C. M. 1941, Jan.

E. A. Ingham, C. M. 1937, June Baton Ro'ge, La. Fred. S. LaBlanc, D.. 1945, Jan.

Geo. W. Welsh, N-P. 1942, May Bayonne, N. J. J. J. Donavan, D. 1943, May ||Gr.R'pids, Mich. P. A. Kammeraad, Geo. W. Morgan, D. 1942, Apr.

C. M.

1941, May Beaumont, Tex.

R. Edmonds, C. M. 1940, Apr. Green Bay, Wis. Alex, Biemenet, N-P. 1943, Apr. Belleville, ni.. Roland W. Jung, Ind. 1945, Jan. Belleville, N. J. Wm. H. Williams, R. 1942, May

Huger S. King, N-P. 1943, May Grinsboro, N. C.

C. W. Smedb'g, C. M. 1939, Dec. Belmont, Mass. Board of Selectmen....

F. V. Ferber, R. 1945, May Belvedere, Cal.. R. J. Mulaner, R. 1944, Apr.

Hack'sack, N. J.

C. W. Wright, C. M.. 1939, July Frank 8. Gains, N-P. 1943, Juny Hag'stown, Md. R. H, Sweeney, D. 1944, Apr. Berkeley, Cal.. 10. C. Fisk, C. M... 1940, Mar.

1944, Jan. Berwyn, Iu. Anton Janova, D

1945, Apr.

Hamilton, Ohio. R. P. Price, c. M. 1928, Jan. B'y'rly H's, Cal. J. L. Kennedy, N-P. 1942, Apr. ||Hammond, Ind. F. R. Martin, D., 1943, Jan. Bingh'ton, N.Y. F. Hopkins

1946, Jan. ||H'tr'mck, Mich, Walter Kanar, N-P 1942, Apr. Birmng'm, Ala.. Cooper Green, N-P. 1945, Nov. Harrisburg, Pa. H. E. Milliken, R, 1944, Jan. Bloomfield, N.J. Harry E. Newell, R. 1743, Jan. Hartford, Conn Thos. J. Spellacy. D 1944, Jan, Boston, Mass Maurice J. Tobin, N-P. 1946, Jan. Haverhill, Mass. A. W. Glynn, R

1943, Jan. Bridgep't, Conn. Jasper McLevy, Soc. 1943, Nov. Higb'dPk., Mich B. T. Colman, N-P.. 1942, Apr. Buffalo, N. Y.. Joseph J. Kelly, D. 1946, Jan. Hoboken, N. J.

W. R. Hinton, R. 1945, Apr. Houston, Texas. C. A. Pickett, R. 1943, Jan. Burbank, Cal..

(H. I. Stites, C. M. 1933, Nov. Hunt'ton, W. V.C. V. Swann, N-P 1943, Jan. Burlington, Vt. John J. Burns, D. 1943, June Hu'ton Pk., Cal. Elmer E. Cox, R. 1942, Apr. Butte, Mont... Barry O'Leary, D 1943, May Indl'apolis, Ind. R. H. Sullivan, D. 1943, Jan, Cambr'ge, Mass.

Inglewood, Cal Raymond V. Darby, R. 1943, Apr. Camden, N. J. Geo. E. Brunner D. 1943, May Irvington, N. J.H. Kruttschnitt, R. 1942, May Canton, Ohio..

1944, Jan. Jackson, Mich.. C. P. Ismon, C. M. 1938, Sept. Cedar Rapids, Ia Frank K. Hahn, N-P. 1942, Apr. Jackson, Miss Walter A. Scott, D. 1945, Jan. Charleston, S.C.H. W. Lockwood, D. 1943, Dec. Jacks'ville, Fla John T. Alsop, Jr.. 1945, Juge Charl'ton, W.V. D. Boone Damson, R. 1943, May Jame't'wn, N.Y. S. A. Stroth, Prog 1944, Jan,

E. MCA. Currie, D. 1943, May Jersey Cy., N.J.Frank Hague, D. 1945, May Charlotte, N. C. J. W. Armstrong,

Johnstown, Pa. John A. Conway, D.. 1944, Jan, C. M... 1940, June Joliet, ni.. G. T. Jones, N-P

1943, May Chat'nooga, T.E. D. Bass, D.

1943, Apr. Joplin, Mo.... 0. P. Mahoney, D. 1942, Apr. Chester, Pa.. C. H. Peoples, R 1944, Jan.

1943, Nov. Chicago, ni Edw. J. Kelly, D. 1943, Apr.

K'l'm'z'o, Mich.

Edws. Clark, C. M. 1938, Sept. Cincinnati, O.. C. 0.18herrill, c. M... 1937, June Ka'sas Cy., Kan. Don C. McCombs, N-P. 1942, Apr. Cleveland, O... Frank J. Lausche, D. 1943, Nov.

John B. Gage, D 1942, Apr. 1946, Jan. Kansas Cy., Mo.

L. Cookingham, C.M. 1940, May Clevel. Hgts., o.

H. H. Canneld, C. M. 1922 Kearny, N. J., Fred'k T. Law, R. 1943, Jan.

G. M. Meyer, N-P 1942, May Kenosha, Wisc. LeR Wolfe, Sr. C.M. 1941, June Clifton, N. J...

Wm, A. Miller, C. M. 1934, July Kno'ville, Tenn. W. W. Mynatt, C. M.. 1940, Jan.

Geo. G. Birdsall, N-P 1943, Apr. Kokomo, Ind.. H. G. Freeland, R 1944, Jan. Colo.Spgs., Colo.

C. L. Mosley, C. M. 1930 La Crosse, Wisc. J. J. Verchota, N-P 1943, Apr. Columbus, Ga.. M. Morton, C. M.. 1933, May Lakewood, O. AI. Kauffman, R. 1944, Jan, Columbus, O... Floyd F. Green, R. 1944, Jan. Lansing, Mich.. Sam S. Hughes, N-P. 1943, Jan, Council Bl'ls, la S. W. McCall, R.

Wm. Beuttel. Jr., N-P1944; Jan: Lexington, Ky.. {William White,c. M 1937, Jan: Covington, Ky

Jack Maynard, C. M. 1940, Jan. Lincoln, Nebr. R. O. Johnson, N-P. 1943, May Cranston, R. 1. Ernest L. Sprague, R. 1943, Jan. Little Rk., Ark. Chas, E. Moyer, D. 1943, Apr. Cumberland, Ma Harry Irvine, R. 1942, Apr.

F. H. Gentry, D. 1942, July ( W. Rodgers, N-P 1943, May Long Beach, Cal.

C. R. Erickson, C. M. 1941, Jan. Dallas, Texas... V. R. Smitham,

Los Angeles, Cal. Fletcher Bowron, N-P. 1945, July C. M. (Act.) 1941, May Louisville, Ky..

1945, Nov. Danyille, nii... Frank P. Meyer. R. 1943, May Lowell, Mass..

1944, Jan. Danville, Va.. W. E. Gardner, Sr.,

L. Merion, Pa.. Bd, of Commissioners
N-P
1944, Sept.

L. E. Lichford, N-P, Sept.
Davenport, Ia., John H. Jebens, R.
Dayton, Ohio.. F. Eichelberger, C. M.. 1946, Jan. Lyon, M888.

1944, Jan, Decatur, iu. Charles E. Lee, R. 1943, May Madison, Wisc James R. Law, N-P. 1942, Apr. Denver, Colo... B. F. Stapleton, D. 1943, June Memphis, Tenn. Walter Chandler, D. 1944, Jan. Des Moines, la. Mark L. Conklin, N-P 1942, Apr.

Val C. Cleary, N-P. 1943, June

Miami Bh., Fla.{ Detroit, Mich.. Edward J. Jeffries, N-P. 1944, Jan.

C. A. Renshaw, C. M. | F. Van Duelman, N-P 1944, Apr. | Mid'let'n, Conn. James Connery, D. . 1942, Oct. Dubuque, la...AA. Rhomberg.c.m. 1937, July Middletown, O.

1942, Sept. | Lynchburg, Va. {k. W. Schiare: a. M. 1920

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Mayor or
Term

Mayor or

Term City (1) City Manager Expires

City

(1) City Manager Expires Milw'kee, Wisc. C: F. Zeidler, N-P. 1944, Apr. Rome, N. Y. W. W. Abbott, R. 1944, Jan. Minneapolis, M.M. L. Kline, N-P. 1943, July Royal Oak, M..E, M. Shafter, C. M... 1931, Nov. Mobile, Ala.

1944, Jan, Moline, ni. A. Henry Arp, D 1945, May

Sacra'ento, Cal

James S. Dean, C. M. 1930, Mar. Monroe, La H. H. Benoit, N-P. 1944, Jan.

W. J. Brydges, N-P.. 1943, Apr. Montclair, N. J. W. E. Speers R.

1944, May
Saginaw, Mich.

C. H. Peterson, C. M. 1940, June Montg'm'y, Ala .CyrusB.Brown, D. 1943, Oct. St. Joseph, Mo. Phil J. Welch, D. 1942, Apr. Mt. V non, NY. Wm. Hart Hussey, R. 1944, Jan. St. Louis, MO Wm. Dee Becker, R. 1945. Apr. Muncie, Ind....Ira J. Wilson, R. 1943, Jan. St. Paul, Minn J. J. McDonough, N-P. 1942, June

IC. C. Johnson, N-P. 1943, Jan. St. Pet'sb'g, Fla. IR.J. McCutcheon, Jr. 1943, July Muskegon, M..

Harry J. Lewis, C. M. 1940, June Salem, Ore. W. W. Chadwick, N-P.. 1943. Jan. Nashua, N. H..

1944, Jan. S. L. City, Utah Abe Jenkins, R. 1944, Jan. N'shville, Tenn. T. L. Cummings, D.. 1942, June San Antonio, T.C. K. Quin, N-P

1943, June Newark, N. J V. J. Murphy. D

1945, May San Bernardino, W. C. Secombe, N-P. 1943, May N. Bedford, M M. A. Glynn, N-P. 1943, Jan.

P.J. Benbough N-P. 1943, May N. Britain, Con. George J. Coyle, D. 1942, Apr.

San Diego, Cal.

W. W. Cooper, C. M. 1940 N. Br'sw'k, N.J. R. V. Mulligan, D. 1943, May San Francisco.. Angelo Rossi, N-P. 1944, Jan.

H. A. Warden, R. 1944, Jan. San Jose, Cal.. C.B. Goodwin, C. M. 1920, Oct. N'wburgh, N.Y.

1 J. A. Fogarty, c. M. 1940, Jan. Santa Ana, Cal. P. W. Brunx, N-P. 1943, Apr. N. Castle, Pa.

Santa Barbara, P. J. Maher, N-P 1943, June N. Haven, Conn. John W. Murphy, D... 1944. Jan. Santa Monica. C. C. Crawford, N-P.. 1944, Jan,

1942, Oct.. Savannah, Ga Thomas Gamble, D.. 1943, Jan. New L'ndon, Ct. J. W. Sheedy, C. M.. 1926, Sept

Mlls Ten Eyck, R. 1944, Jan. New Orle'ns, La.

Schenectady.

C.A. Harrell, C.M. 1937. Feb. L. G. Broering, N-P1944, Jan. Scranton, Pa.. H. J. Snowden, R 1946. Jan. Newport, Ky..

J. B. Morlidge, C. M. 1938, Jan. Seattle, Wash. E. D. Millikin, N-P 1942, June Newport, R. I. H. E. Macauley. D 1943, Jan. Sheboygan, Wis.C. H. Bau, N-P

1943, Apr. T. Parker Host, D.. 1942, Sept. Sioux City, Ia. D. F. Loepp, N-P Newp't News, V.

1942, Apr. J. C. Biggins, C. M.. 1925, July Sioux Falls, S. D. John T. McKee, D 1944, May

W. Church, D. N.R'chelle, N.Y.

1944, Jan. Somerville, Mas. John M. Lynch, N-P.. 1944, Jan, P. A.Bankson, C. M 1940, Sept. | South Bend, Ind. Jesse I. Pavey, D. 1944, Jan. New York, N.Y. F. H. LaGuardia

1946, Jan. South Gate, Cal. Earl L. Fike, N-P. 1942, Apr. Niag.Falls, N.Y.

E. Mirrington, Jr., R. 1944, Jan. Spartanb'g, S.C. J. L. Thompson, N-P 1944, May
W.D. Robbins, C. M. 1924 Spokane, Wash, F. G. Sutherlin,'N-P. 1945, June
Jos. D. Wood, D. 1942, Sept. | Springfield, III. John W. Kapp, N-P.

1942, Apr. Norfolk, Va....

C. B. Borland, C. M. 1938, Sept. Springf'd, Mass. Roger L. Putnam, D. 1944, Jan.
John F. Slavish, R... |1943, July Springfield. Mo. Harry B. Carr, D.

1944, Apr. Norwalk, Conn.

John F. Hassler, C. M. 1933, Nov. Oak Park, Ill... R. F. McMaster (Pres.) 1945, Apr.

Springheld, o..

John H. Volier, N-P. 1944, Jan.

A. J. Dillon, C. M...1940, Jan. Ogden, Utah..

Stamford, Ct. Ed. A. Gonnoud, D.. 1942, Nov. Okla. City, Okla. R. A. Hefner, D.

1944, Jan. 1943, Apr.. Steubenville, 0. James T. Welch, D H. E. Balley, C. M. 1941, Mar Superior, Wisc. F. R. Buechner, C. M.1941, June Omaha, Nebr. . Dan B. Butler, D. 1942, May Syracuse, N. Y Thomas E. Kennedy, R. 1946, Jan. Orange, N. J.. Ovid C. Bianchi. R. 1942, May Tacoma, Wash Harry P. Cain, N-P... 1942, June Orlando, Fla.. Wm. Beardall, D. 1944, Jan. Tampa, Fla...R. E. L. Chancey, D. 1943, Nov. Oshkosh, Wisc. Geo. F. Oaks, N-P 1943, Apr.

Teaneck, N. J..

Milton G. Votee, N-P1942. May Owensboro, Ky

1946, Jan.

P. A. Volcker, C. M. 1930, Nov. ! Pierce E. Lackey, D. 1943, Jan. | Terre Ha'te, Ind. Jos. P. Duffy, D. 1944, Jan. Paducah, Ky... J. P. Smith, C.M 1940, Jan

Toledo, Ohio..

| Geo. N. SchoonPasadena, Cal. C. W. Koiner, C. M. 1933, Dec.

maker, C. M... 1939, Oct. Passalc, N. J...T. J. Kennedy, D. 1943, May | Topeka, Kan..

Frank J. Warren, N-P. 1943, Apr. Paterson, N. J.

1944, Jan. Trenton, N. J. Leo J. Rogers, D. 1943, May Pawtucket, R. I, Thos. P. McCoy, D. 1943, Jan. | Troy, N. Y.. Frank J. Hogan, D 1944, Jan. L. C. Hagler, D 1943, June

H. O. Jaastad, D. Pensacola, Fla..

1943, May Geo. J. Roark, C. M. 1941, June Tucson, Ariz.. P. J. Martin, Jr., 1941, Mar. Peoria, Il.

1945, May

Act. C. M. P'thAmb'y.N.J.J. A. Delaney, D. 1942, May Tulsa, Okla... C. H. Veale, D.

1942, May 1 A. Hamilton, Jr., D. 1942, Aug.

W. H. Knight, N-P.. 1943, Apr. Petersburg, Va. I. M. Hatchess, c. M. 1940, Sept: Tyler, Texas... G. Fairtrace. e. M. 1937, Nov. Philad'phia, Pa B. Samuel, R. (Act.).. 1944, Jan. Union City, N.J. H. J. Thourot, D.

1942, May Reed Shupe, N-P.. 1942, May Uni'sity Cy., MM.C. Fogerty, N-P. Phoenix, Ariz..

1943, Apr. | D. C. Scott. C. M.. 1941, Oct. Utica, N. Y....V. R. Corrou, D. Pittsburgh, Pa. C. D. Scully, D.

1946, Jan.

D. T. Hicks, N-P 1942, Apr. Pittsfeld, Mass, James Fallon, N-P. 1944, Jan.

Waco, Texas... J. H. Strange, C. M. 1940, Dec. Plainfield, N. J. H. R. Linbarger, R. 1943, Jan. Warwick, R. I. A P. Ruerat, R.

1943, Jan. Geo. W. Booth, N-P. 1942, Apr. Wash'ton, D. C. Bd. of Commissioners Pontiac, Mich..

W.P. Edmonson, C.M 1933, June Waterbury, Ct Vincent A. Scully, D. 1944, Jan.

JL. C. Heare, N-P. 1942, Mar. Waterloo, Iowa. R. B. Slippy, N-P 1942, Apr, Pt. Arthur, Tex. B. N. Taylor, C. M. 1941, Apr.

1 C. A. Winslow, N-P. 1944, Jan. G. C. Higgins, N-P. 1943, May

Watert'n, N. Y

1 c. L. Wood, C. M... (1940, Jan. Pt.Huron, Mich. L. G. Howell, (M. 1941, Aug. Waukegan, III.F. G. Wallin, D

1945, May Edw. C. Berry, N-P. 1944, Jan. Wau'atosa, Wis. A. C. Loose, N-P

1942, Apr. Portland, Me.J. E. Barlow, C. M. 1928, July W. Allls, Wisc. D. Miller, N-P

1944, Jan. Portland, Ore.. R. E. Riley, N-P. 1946, Jan.

1935 W. Hartford, Ct. R. L. Moomis, C. M.

1941, July W. N York, N.J. Joseph Stilz, D., Portsmouth, O. R. Biehl, A.C.M

1943, May John P. Leigh, D, 1942, Sept.W. Orange, N. J. B. M. Degnan, D.

1942, May P'rtsinouth, Va. M. E. Haug, C. M.. W.P. Beach, Fla. W. H. Hitt, D.

1942, Apr. Poughkeepsie. W. H. Schrauth, R. 1944, Jan.

F. B. McGarry, C. M. 1939, Jan.

1943, Jan. Pr'vidence, RID, J. Roberts, D

Wheel'g. W. Va. J. J. Mathison, D 1943, June Pueblo, Colo.. B. L. Beaty, Pres. Coun. 1944, Jan.

RL Plummen, C. M. 1941, Apr. Quixy, IN E. J. Schneidman, R... 1945, MayWhite Pl's, N.Y.C. T. S. Fish, R.

1944. Jan.

J. I. Dotson, N-P Racine Wisc. 1943, Apr.

1942, Apr. T. G. Morris, N-P..

Wichita, Kan.. Raleigh, NC

R. E. McClure, C. M. 1941, July G. H. Andrews, D. 1943, July Reading, Pa.. H. F. Menges, D

1944, Jan.

W. E. Fitzgerald, N-P 1942, Apr.

Wichita Falls, T. Revere, Mass

1944, Jan.

J. B. Muller, C. M... 1936, May R. E. Carey, N-P Richmond, Ind. J. R. Britten, R.

1944, Jao. wulamsp't, Pa. L. C. Williamson, R. 1944, Jan. Richmond, Va..G. B. Ambler, D 1944, Sept. Wilm'gton, Del. A W. James, R.

1943, July 1945, Jan.

Harg. Bellamy, N-P. 1943, Jan. Riverside, Cal.. W. C. Davison, N-P

Wilm'ton, N.C.

J. G. Wallace, C. M. 1941, Aug. Walter W. Wood. D 1942, Oct. Roanoke, Va...

Winston-Salem. R. J. Reynolds, D. 1943, May W. P. Hunter, C. M..1918, Oct.

W'dbridge, NJ. Wm, A. Bennett, R. 1944, Jan, Rochester, Min. Paul A. Grassle, N-P 1943, Apr.

Wo'ns'cket. R.I.H. A. Roberge, D 1943, Jan. Rochester, N.Y.L. B. Cartwright, C. M. 1940. May

Worc'ter, Mass,

1944, Jan. Rockford, Ill. C. H. Bloom, Prog. 1943, May Wy'dott. Mich L. W. Behm, N-P

1942, Apr. Rock Island, I. R. P. Galbraith, R. 1945, Apr. Yakima, Wash. E. B. Riley, R.

1944, Jan. ! J. Q. Robinson, D 1943, May York, Pa... H. B. Austine, R. 1944. Jan. Rocky Mt., N.C.L. B. Aycock, C. M:1929, July Youngstown, O. Wm. B. Spagnola, D. 1944, Jan. Rome, Ga. 1S. S. King, C. M

1941, Jan. 1 Zanesville, ... Tom V. Moorehead. 1946. Jan. (1) C.M.-City Manager. Date given is that of appointment.

Financial Statistics of United States Cities
Source: World Almanac questionnaires and (*) latest available statistics
Realty

Realty
City
Net Ass'd Gov'tall

City

Net Ass'd Gov'tal Debt Valuat'n Costs

Debt Valuat'n Costs (5000) ($000) (8000)

(8000) (5000) (8000) Akron, Ohio, 20,303 270,000 2,136 Easton, Pa.*

1,930

42,790 1,056 Alameda, Calif. 502 7.541 901 Elgin, ni..

770 22,028 949 Albany, N. Y.. 18,199 238,394 5,671 Elizabeth, NJ

10,193 123,641 8,062 Albuquerque, N. M. 1,465 23,151 719 Elkhart. Ind.

29 39,490 363 Alhambra, Calif. 858 26,986 509 Elmira, N. Y

2,052
48,723

1,310 Alleniown, Pa 5,155 105,304 1,709 El Paso, Tex

5,864 76,885 1,101 Alton, ni 160 16,300 363 Elyria, Ohio.

42,280 673 Altoona, Pa... 2,845 75,215 1,126 Enid, Okla.

1.336 25,996 193 Amarillo, Texas. 4,459 43,924 790 Erie, Pa..

4,571 124,000 1,902 Amsterdam, N. Y 2,741 27.188 2,326Evanston, IN

778 51,090 1.421 Anderson, Ind. 348 34,674 531||Evansville, Ind

1,267 120,056 1,306 Arlington, Mass. 341 54,684 2,351 Everett, Mass.

1,817 63,422 3,051 Asheville, N. C. 20,166 46,164 807| Everett, Wash.

2,872 10,342 1,132 Ashland, Ky. 1.520 16,200 463|Fall River, Mass.

5,558 83,301 6,139 Atlanta, Ga..

11.806 248,938 16,293 Fargo, No. Dakota. None 28,918 435 Atlantic City, N. J. 25,103 84,223 7,394 Fitchburg, Mass.

1,972 40,434 2,560 Auburn, N. Y 3,556 51.222 1,880 Flint, Mich

5,246 167,935 4,519 Augusta, Ga.. 2,180 30,143 1,717 Fond du Lac, Wisc.

401 30,522 1,442 Aurora, ni 529 27.037 825 Ft. Smith, Ark.

1,244 - 16,381 300 Austin, Texas. 5,998 68,327 2,489 Ft. Wayne, Ind

440 122,650 1,043 Bakersfield, Calil. 191 35,511 856||Ft. Worth, Tex.*

19,681 164,104 3,379 Baltimore, Md. 142,112 1,067,683 62,099 Fresno, Calif..

2,715 21,813 1,516 Bangor, Me. 1,090 23,150 1,091 Gadsden, Ala

2,768 15,446 406 Baton Rouge, La.* 2,206 40,169 666 Galveston, Texas*

7,020 48,626 2,093 Battle Creek, Mich. 914 46.701 819||Garfield, N. J.

3,644 17,743 1,447 Bay City, Mich. 469 35,795 844 Gary, Ind.

2,291 134,281

1,757 Bayonne, N. J. 11,808 123,916 7,418 Glendale, Calll..

1,326 55,675 1.329 Beaumont, Texas,

8,246 583,345 2,418 Grand Rapids, Mich.. 8,439 155,255 2,338 Belleville, Ill... 16,283 493 Green Bay, Wise

1,283 49,029 2,767 Belleville, N. J. 3,025 27,575 1,939| Greensboro, N. C.

6,455 69,299

1,934 Bellingham, Wash. 1,202 13,781 950 Greenville, S. C..

762 5,573 544 Belmont, Mass. 682 51,926 1,660 Hackensack, N. J.

4,379 33,235 1,706 Belvedere, Calll.

20 1,291
19 Hagerstown, Md.

4,742 40.000 1,331 Berkeley, Calil.. 903 93,524 386 Hamilton, Ohio.

2,192 65,996 Berwyn, ПІ. 785 21.000 613 Hammond, Ind..

818 89,580 1,013 Bethlehem, Pa. 2,485 57,559 1,207 Hamtramck, Mich

4,256 47,483 1,720 Beverly Hills, Calif. 66,275 939 Harrisburg, Pa..

4.223 92,949

1,722 Blogtamton, N. Y, 5,370 107,386 5,597| Hartford, Conn.

20,299 366,228 13,501 Birmingham, Ala. 20,233 180,000 6,801 Haverhill, Mass.

1,598 44,889 2,958 Bloomfield, N. J 4,568 58,640 1,416||Hazelton, Pa

1,620 27,068 523 Bloomington, Ill.*

179 19.312 1,342 High Point, N. C.* 10,796 40,796 2,075 Boston, Mass. 127,744 1,341,137 78,987 Highland Park, Mich.

83 86,3451 1,729 Bridgeport, Conn. 13,190 251,337 10,782 Hoboken, N. J...

2,147 75,011 3,465 Bristol, Conn.. 2,075 52,720 1,301 Holyoke, Mass.

1.942 69,367 3,030 Brocton, Mass. 3,286 63.945 3,995 Houston, Texas.

26,214 255,000

6,768 Brookline, Mass 1,350 136,254 5,552 Huntington, W. Va.

809 114,673 1,114 Buffalo, N. Y

97,955 904,437 39,183 Huntington Pk., Calll. 240 9,147 569 Burbank, Calif.. 11,054 553 Indianapolis, Ind.

8,506 507,974 8,030 Burlington, Vt. 1,936 27,000 878||Inglewood, Calif.

293 7.604 562 Butte, Mont.

904
47,078 837 Irvington, N. J.

6,446 68,000 3,997 Cambridge, Mass. 8,535 160,806 9,323 Jackson, Mich

2,644 58.984 1,412 Camden, N. J. 23,815 136,500 9,931 Jackson, Miss.*

5,540 45.288 1,954 Canton, Ohio. 3,985 118.008 2,432 Jacksonville, Fla

12,113 83,144 5,329 Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 2,163 56,525 1,435 Jamestown, N. Y

789 56,610 1,748 Charleston, 8. c. 8,031 11,781 1,159 Jersey City, N. J.

51,634 543,261 31,939 Charleston, W. Va. 553 112,278 744 Johnstown, Pa.

3,012 69, 172 1,420 Charlotte, N. C. 4,494 86,7201 2,634 Joliet, Ill..

672 22,407 963 Chattanooga, Tenn.. 14,881 112,087 3,579 Joplin, Mo.*

335 22,275 500 Chelsea, Mass

1,639 40,241 2,624 Kalamazoo, Mich None 57,077 1,227 Chester, Pa.* 2,429 54.788 823 Kansas City, Kan.

3,9131 88,935

2,268 Cheyenne, Wyo.

1,396 18,854 247 Kansas City, Mo... 46,548 384,908 10,614 Chicago, . 71,451 1,995,8281 214,105 Kearny. N. J

11,710 65,059 4,304 Chicopee, Mass 951 34,802 2,023 Kenosha, Wisc..

2.679 63,013 2,414 Cicero, ni 1.700 36,000 1,125 Knoxville, Tenn.

19,030 111,375 4,038 Cincinnati, Ohio 38,278 749,886 15,990 Kokomo, Ind

385 29,440

372 Cleveland, Ohio. 84,805 1,210,904 16,834 La Crosse, Wisc.

1.106 45,674 2,236 Cleveland Hghts., O.

817 106,397
Lakewood, Ohio,

1,599 85,408 790 Clifton, N. J..... 11,296 46,648 3,418 Lancaster, Pa.

3,898 107.397 1,194 Colo, Spgs., Colo. 1,699 28,435 2,374|Lansing, Mich.

561

89,025 2,073 Columbus, Ga. 2.299 39,400 1,146 Lawrence, Mass.

3,145 87,062 4,575 Columbus, Ohio 27.208 321,515 3,091 Lexington, Ky

2,315 44,151 1,310 Council Bluffs, la. 1,198 17,310 850 Lima, Ohio.

2,807

52,216 1,050 Covington, Ky. 3,900 52,639 1,401|Lincoln, Nebr

3,397 74,368 3,709 Cranston, R. I. 4,392 67,847 1,663 Little Rock, Ark

2.379 42,433 Cumberland, Md. 4,362 47,400 607 Long Beach, Calll, 12,861 225,796

5,25i Dallas, Texas.. 34,408 206,513 12,021 Lorain, Ohio.

1,238 74,000

545 Danville, Ill.

52 15.055 412 Los Angeles, Calif. 131,327 1,281,633 20,635 Danville, Va 4,125 21,422 1,380 Louisville, Ky

32.957 308,482 9,395 Davenport, Iowa, 2,004 54,587 926 Lowell, Mass.

3.979 85,550 5,692 Dayton, Ohio. 9,335 274,263 2,118 Lower Merion, Pa. None 91,792

995 Dearborn, Mich 6,798 214.731 3,715 Lynchburg, Va.

4,499 38,449 1,850 Decatur, nl. 568 27,257 1,117 Lynn, Mass.

119,924 6,107 Denver, Colo. 10.139 260,360 8,009 Macon, Ga

848
33,000

943 Des Moines, Iowa. 8,156 133,856 3,450|| Madison, Wisc.

4,892 117,132

5,425 Detroit, Mich. 328,886 1,894,196 148,223 Malden, Mass

3,559 63,228

3,407 Dubugue, Iowa. 1,078 34.639 767 Manchester, NH

3,645 87,359 3,687 Duluth, Minn 3,802 38,242 4,166 Mansfield, Ohio

490 45,416 729 Durham, NC 3,865 56,369 2,838|| Marion, Ohio

783 32,000 192 East Chicago, Ind. 856 86,269 938 Mason City. Iowa.

470 21,330 East Cleveland, Ohio 701 46,817 415 McKeesport, Pa.

1.909 55,039 1,292 East Orange, NJ.. 7,738 101,452 5,938 Medford, Mass..

4,091 74,842

3,500 E. St. Louis, II.

7571
38.755
Melrose, Mass

452 35,799) 1,475

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[blocks in formation]

720

3,113 2,113

900 31.857 12,034 2,743 2,426

399 3,804 2,919

700 6.414 69.683

951

825 1,228 2,435 1,959 7,417 2,479 9,879

452 1,515 1.088 1.871 1,064 5.514 1,239 309

3,397 4.221 11.404

633 1.344 1,575

731 1,639 2,328 15,459 7,436 3,904 2.107

416

($000) ($000) (8000) Memphis, Tenn.

18,562 207,377 8,903 Sacramento, Calit. Meriden, Conn.

1,275 60,536 1,771 Saginaw, Mich.. Miami, Fla.

30,239 144,502 6,769 St. Joseph, Mo. Miami Beach, Fla.

5,557 79,757 2,114 St. Louis, Mo., Middletown, Conn.

1.242 59,999 977 St. Paul, Minn.. Milwaukee, Wisc... 15,890 741,877 33,118 St. Petersburg, Fla. Minneapolis, Minn. 60,012 189,639 18,968 Salem, Mass.. Mobile, Ala,*

11.359 40,802 947Salem, Ore. Moline, m.

945 22,205 1,153 Salt Lake City, Utah Monroe, La

2,149 1.461 1,002 San Antonio, Texas Montclair, N. J.*

12,604 98,555 4,137 S. Bernardino, Calif... Montgomery, Ala. 12,637 33,877 1,824 San Diego, Calif. Mt. Vernon, N. Y

9.644 150.945 6,416 San Francisco, Calif.. Muncle, Ind.

47,726 777 San Jose, Calir. Muskegon, Mich

1,351

41,930 530 Santa Ana, Calif. Muskogee, Okla.

628 10,481 465 Santa Barbara, Calif. Nashua, N. H.

1,412 26,481 1,255 Santa Monica, Call. Nashville, Tenn.

10,377 173,841 2,663 Savannah, Ga.. Newark, N. J..

72,406 561,056 52,658 Schenectady, N. Y Newark, Ohio*,

704 31,526 482 Scranton, Pa. New Bedford, Mass. 6,676 83,458 6,858 Seattle, Wash.. New Britain, Conn.. 4,078 107,358 3,575 Sharon, Pa. New Brunswick, N. J. 2,792

38,221 2.837 Sheboygan, Wisc. Newburgh, N. Y

2,444 38,973 2,050 Shreveport, La.. New Castle, Pa.*

847 46.523 568 Sioux City, Iowa. New Haven, Conn. 12,229 307.650 9,418 Sioux Falls, S. D New London, Conn. 1.949 44,031 2,230 Somerville, Mass. New Orleans, La.

46.764 500,317 8,764 South Bend, Ind Newport, Ky

1.686 24,327 718 |South Gate, Calil. Newport, R. I.

2,240 44,854 1,453 Spartanburg, So. Car.
Newport News, Va, 2,188 31.222 1,324 Spokane, Wash.
New Rochelle, N. Y 13,342 163,598 7.693 Springfield, Ill.*.
Newton, Mass.

5,664 168,933 5,525 Springfield, Mass.
New York, N. Y 2,518,479 16,223,135 573,741 Springfield, Mo..
Niagara Falls, N. Y. 13.205 151,421 4,119||Springfield, Ohio.
Norfolk, Va.

25,024 132,811 7,063 Stamford, Conn.. Norristown, Pa.

534 22.901 407 Steubenville, Ohio. Norwalk, Conn.

3,857 80.286 1,539 ||Stockton, Calif. Norwood, Ohio

768 49,220 423 Superior, Wisc. Oakland, Calir.

9,086 212.010 6,009 Syracuse, NY Oak Park, III.

675 34,583 1,402 Tacoma, Wash. Ogden, Utah.*

2.959

32,771 529 Tampa, Fla Okla. City, Okla,

14,792 87,201 3,976||Taunton, Mass. Omaha, Nebr.

6,337 181.474 2,443 Teaneck, N. J. Orange, NJ.

4,158 39.849 2,547 | Terre Haute, Ind Orlando, Fla.

4.517 50,160 1,417 Toledo, Ohio. Oshkosh, Wisc.

1.200 42,379 2,290||Topeka, Kan. Ottumwa, Iowa.

1,197 17,409 515 Trenton, N. J.. Owensboro, Ky 1.125 10,666

Troy, N. Y.. Paducah, Ky.*..

1,578 21,750 446 Tucson, Ariz. Pasadena, Calll.

8.638

113,891 1,856 Tulsa, Okla,* Passaic, N. J.

7,066 69,429 4,626 Tyler, Texas Paterson, N. J

13.133 164,007 5,218 Union City, NJ Pawtucket, R. I..

12.091 154,348 3,605 University City, Mo. Pensacola, Fla.

1.917 26,896 835 Upper Darby, Pa Peoria, III.*

969 56,062 2.475 Utica, N. Y.*. Perth Amboy, N. J. 8.536 39,829 3.821 Waco, Texas, Petersburg, Va.

3,324 21.656 1,083 Waltham, Mass. Philadelphia, Pa.

362.364 2.496.432 81,419|Warren, Ohio. Phoenix, Ariz.

9,360 74,021 2,670 Warwick, R. I. Pittsburgh, Pa.

60,447 1,036,103 24,921 Washington, D. C. Pittsfield, Mass

1.462 54,670 2.999 Waterbury, Conn. Plainfeld, NJ

4,046 53,027 3,129 Waterloo, Iowa* Pontiac, Mich

5.285 75,181 932 Watertown, Mass. Port Arthur, Texas. 4,294 28.825 1,217 Watertown, N. Y Port Huron, Mich..

782 29,658 509 Waukegan, Ill.. Portland, Me.

4.912 60,790 4,212 Wauwatosa, Wisc. Portland, Ore.

26,530 263,376 10,061 West Allis, Wisc. Portsmouth, Ohio.

4.275 39,021 1,075 West Hartford, Conn. Portsmouth, Va..

4,940 32,801 1,285 W. New York, N. J.*. Poughkeepsie, N. Y 4,849 52,069 3,183 West Orange, N. J... Providence, RI.. 49,008 403,952 16,732|W. Palm Beach, Fla.. Pueblo, Colo..

1,322 27.802 662 Wheeling, W. Va.. Quincy, II..

441 22,451 513 White Plains, N. Y.,. Quincy, Mass.*

4,795 113,380 4,866|Wichita, Kan.. Racine, Wisc.

3.016

93,781 3,070 Wichita Falls, Texas.. Raleigh, N. C..

4,827 43,000 1,007|Wilkes-Barre, Pa.* Reading. Pa.

2,679 143,743 1,764 Wilkinsburg, Pa.. Revere, Mass

1,948 38,784 2,202 Williamsport, Pa.. Richmond, Ind.

522 34,078 438 Wilmington, Del. Richmond, Va..

26,011 225,888 10,100 Wilmington, N. C.... Riverside, Calif..

645 25,548 762 Winston-Salem, N. C. Roanoke, Va.

10.611 65,462 2,589Woodbridge, N. J.. Rochester, Mion.

333

11,734 455 Woonsocket, R.I.. Rochester, N. Y

56,518 531,011 29,585 Worcester, Mass. Rockford, III.

561 65,291 1,599||Wyandott, Mich. Rock Island, Ni,

468 22.217 1,352 Yakima, Wash.. Rocky Mount'n, N. C. 1,327 22,000 1,000 Yonkers, N. Y. Rome, Ga..

699 11,025 560 York, Pa... Rome, N. Y

2,125 28,933 1,509| Youngstown, Ohio. Royal Oak, Mich..

4,790 21,028 614|Zanesville, Ohio..

(8000) (8000)

7.2601 121.606
2,468 84,823

3,959 46,399
67,197 996,553
19.063 108.781
19,093 75,984
1,268 53,968
2,886 15,408
6,399 132,111
12,747

157,000 641 29,010 1.827 52,629 143,989 715,257

744 60.424

406 8,230 1,531 47.239 2,272 51,389 5,086 47.967 10.794 154,104

1.843 100,468 14.926 244, 295

345 20,015 1,832

51,016 7,141 66.112 3.597 68.639

608 41,914 5.080

4.285 3.226

129,974

16,280 1,750 5,584 2,092

73,287 4.660

50,469 9.313

238,305 1.010 29,480 3,131

85,868 1.889

94,181 1,081

52,029 4,654 29,046 1,934

31.691 26,679

345,527 8.555

49.216 10,419

112,566 1,424

29,574 2,642

29,443 521 55,144 28.363

438,000 1.053

71,928 17,015 127,450 6,893 73,406 1,548

23,285 9,771

105,106 2.144 21,668 6,581 61,100 1,819 35.240

60.000 12,186

131,009 5,096 48,022 2.802 51.399 1,866 56.241

2.158 34.934 None 1,267.288 16.850 170,116 1.101 30.561 973

47,970 2.954

45.496 566 16,286 1.516

46,779 2,425 58,756 1.979

90,072 6.084

41.089 3.342

45,706 11.675 33,910

1,840 58.861 10.789 138,148 7,042 118,801 3,300 33.200 2,913 81,846 2,034 39,937

505 29.843 9,708 159,447

1,755 33.946 14,113 98,500 5,554 18,226 5,548 56,151 11.047 247.621 3,600 44,515 1.763 11.201 33,811 294.003

983 49,263 10,077 267,385

161 36,000

9,660 1,473 10,577 4,712 1,113 1,399

938 4,477

323

657 6,287 1,177 2,394

815 1,125 54,483 6,192 1,466 2.129 2,253

879

902 1,796 2,024 2,210 1.174 551

700 6,595 3,140

701 1.531 480

467 3,385 1,053 3,153 2,102 2.730 14,345

15

259 15,323

517 5,031

842

The White House

Source: An Executive Mansion Oncial The White House is located on the south side of In 1869 the east terrace was entirely removed, Pennsylvania Avenue between the Treasury and

but no other important structural changes were the State Department Buildings. The buildings made until 1902, except greenhouses on the west and grounds cover an area of about 16 acres. The terrace. buildings consist of the mansion, the east and Entrance lobby and main corridor-These rooms west terraces, and the Executive Office.

have marble floors, and are painted buff and The main building is about 170 feet long by 85 white. Six classic columns mark the separation feet wide. It has four doors. The east and west between the lobby and the corridor. The window terraces are one-story structures. The east terrace hangings are red and a red 70 feet in length, is about 35 feet wide and 215 feet long extending is on the corridor floor. On the east and west walls on the east side of the main building. It is used as of the lobby are mirrors reaching from the floor to an entrance and cloak room for large receptions. the ceiling, and in the center of the floor appears The west terrace is about 35 feet wide and 165 feet the President's

seal, in yellow bronze, inlaid in the long extending from the west side of the building stone. It contains the President's swimming pool and a The East Room-The walls of this room are few small offices for members of the household staff. covered with wood panelling, enameled: the orna

The Executive Omce is a three-story structure mental ceiling is done in stucco; and set in the walls about 140 feet long by 100 feet wide at the west end are twelve low relief panels by Piccirilli Brothers, of the west terrace. It was not part of the orig-sculptors, the subjects being taken from Aesop's inal design but was added in 1902 to accommodate fables. On both the east and west sides of the room the office force of the President. In May. 1937, are two mantels of colored marble, with mirrors an electric alarm system whereby any of the over them. The room is lighted by three crystal President's secretaries could call an armed guard chandeliers, and by four bronze standards bearing at an instant's notice was installed in the Execu- electric lights, which are placed at the four corners tive Ofice.

of the room. The window draperies are of heavy The design of the White House proper and the crimson silk damask. The foor is oak. terraces is said to have been suggested by that of The Green Room-The wall covering and curtains the Duke of Leinster's palace in Dublin. It is of in this room are of green silk damask. The white the classic style of architecture, and has been much marble nantel, together with that in the Red admired by architects. The exterior walls of the Room, was originally in the State Dining Room building are constructed of light gray sandstone having been purchased in England when the White from quarries on Aquia Creek, Virginia, and were House was reconstructed after the fire in 1814. painted white in the course of the reconstruction The Blue Room is elliptical in shape and is conafter the fire in 1815.

sidered to be rarely beautiful in its proportions, The White House was the first public building The wall

covering above the white enameled wainserected in Washington, the corner-stone having coting is of heavy corded blue silk, and the curtains been laid on October 13, 1792, in the presence of a are of the same material. The mantel is of white distinguished company of citizens and officials: marble, and

the floor is of oak. In this room the which did not, however, include President Wash- President receives foreign diplomats presenting ington. The site was selected by Major L'Enfant. their credentials, and guests at state dinners and the French engineer who prepared the plan for the receptions. city, and was approved by Washington. The architect was James Hoban, a native of Ireland wall covering and hangings of dark red silk damask

The Red Room has a white enameled wainscoting, who had resided for some years in Charleston, and an oak floor. The white marble mantel is a South Carolina. Hoban superintended the original duplicate of that in the Green Room. construction, the reconstruction after the burning by the British, and the later construction of the dinners and luncheons, and can seat comfortably

The State Dining Room is used for all large south and north porticos.

The White House was first occupied by President / 100 guests. The walls from floor to ceiling are of and Mrs. John Adams in November, 1800. although paneled and carved oak, and the window curtains some of the interior construction, notably the finish

are of green velvet. The ceiling. in stucco, is of the East Room. had not been completed at that elaborately decorated. The chimney piece is of time. The east and west terraces were constructed

stone, and the chandelier and wall branches are

silver. during Jefferson's administration. On August 24. 1814, the building was burned by

The Private Dining Room has a vaulted ceiling, the British forces which had captured Washington,

white enameled wainscoting, and walls paneled in the fire destroying the interior and part of the plaster. The mantel is of marble, with a mirror walls. The work of reconstruction was commenced over it copied from one belonging to the White in the spring of 1815, and President Monroe moved House period. in during December, 1817. The south portico was The second and third floors are devoted to the completed in 1824, and the north portico in 1829. I family and guests of the President.

Restoration of Colonial Williamsburg

Source: Colonial Williamsburg, Incorporated The restoration of Williamsburg, the eighteenth can Revolution; the reconstructed Raleigh Tavern century capital of the Virginia colony, by John D. where the House of Burgesses met after being Rockefeller, Jr., was undertaken more than ten dissolved by the Royal Governors and where many years ago as an endeavor to restore accurately and other political and social events of historical im to preserve for all time the most significant por- portance occurred; the Public Gaol, a restored tions of an historic and important city of America's prison erected in 1701-1704; the restored Court colonial period.

House of 1770 which contains an unique archaeoThe main street of the city, Duke of Gloucester logical exhibit of colonial glass, china, hardware, Street (which extends seven-eighths of a mile utensils and building materials recovered in exfrom the grounds of the College of William & Mary cavating more than one hundred foundations in to the reconstructed colonial Capitol) and the Williamsburg; the restored Ludwell-Paradise greens and square bordering this historic thorough- House, 1717-1719, one of the notable houses in the fare comprise the area of restoration. The restored city which now contains Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, area includes the original grounds of the college, Jr.'s collection of American Folk Art; the restored which, next to Harvard is the oldest in the Market Square Tavern and the Travis House. The country; also the Court House Green, Market George Wythe House, with its extensive gardens Square, Palace Green and Capitol Square.

and outbuildings, has recently been restored and In recreating the colonial capital, 572 buildings furnished in contemporary antiques, and is one of of modern construction have been razed, 77 colonial | the Restoration exhibition buildings. Originally buildings have been repaired or restored, 188 have the home of George Wythe, signer of the Declarabeen reconstructed, 39 buildings designed for com- tion of Independence and professor of the first mercial uses have been erected and more than American law course, the house was used as two-score of old gardens have been restored or Washington's headquarters prior to the siege of reconstructed.

Yorktown. The Craft House, adjoining the WilAmong the important exhibition buildings of the liamsburg Inn, is the display headquarters of the Restoration which are open to the public are: The official craft program developed by the Restoration, Governor's Palace, with its rare collection of and also houses the information office. Five Craft antique furniture and furnishings and its extensive Shops, the Ayscough Shop, the Deane Shop and eighteenth century English type gardens; the Forge, the Şign of the Golden Ball, the Wigmaker's Capitol, & duplicate of the original structure Shop and the Bootmaker's Shop-in all of which erected in 1699-1705, which was the scene of costumed artisans work at eighteenth century hand dramatic legislative struggles preceding the Ameri- trades-are now open to the public.

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