Lot 58 of 539:
Development plan for North Sacrament, 1960  

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General Plan, City of North Sacramento, California, 1960: A Report to the North Sacramento City Planning Commission prepared by the Sacramento County Planning Department...


Sacramento, CA

Sacramento County Planning Department



[8], 49 pp. With 15 full-page maps, some color; large folding map laid in. (4to) 28x21 cm (11x8½"), spiral-bound wrappers.

Very detailed development plan for North Sacramento at the start of the 1960's, as the massive changes begun at the end of the Second World War were gaining momentum. The large folding map is titles "Land Use Plan City of North Sacramento California 1960." OCLC/WorldCat lists three copies of the plan, at the University of California; the University of California Berkeley Library; and the University of California Los Angeles.

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A little sunning and wear to wrappers; very good.

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