An aerial view of a planned community. Planned communities became popular in the 1960s throughout the United States. Planned communities typically made deliberate use of land that was previously unoccupied.
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Planning -- Planned communities; Land use -- aerial photography in land use;
United States of America
Smolski, Chet, "Aerial of a Planned Community" (1985). Browse All. 376.
planned communities; land use; development; suburban sprawl;