Columbia was creator James Rouse’s greatest accomplishment, and an experiment with not just a planned community, but a planned city. The city was ‘opened’ in 1967. It is a city made of ten self contained villages. This 1983 photograph shows Bryant Woods Elementary school, which is a part of the Howard County Public School System and not managed by Columbia itself.
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Cities and towns -- Community -- Maryland --Columbia;
United States of America
Smolski, Chet, "Columbia: Bryant Woods Elementary School" (1983). Browse All. 531.
planned communities, community interests, neighborhoods, schools