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36. Catalogue and circular of the School of Industrial Art and Technical Design for Women, 134 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Mrs. Florence Elizabeth Cory, Principal. : With extracts from the report of the principal before the United States Senate Committee on Education and Labor
School of Industrial Art and Technical Design for Women (New York, N.Y.)
41. Chelsea : a decade of change : a report on changes in Chelsea's housing over the past ten years and a program for the future
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46. The Chelsea waterfront : a conceptual study for the development of an underutilized area on the west side of Manhattan
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