Bibliography

Endnotes

1 A Field Guide to American Houses. McAlester. Alfred A. Knopf, 1989.

2 Documents onsite at the Community House.

3 The history of Ft. Belvoir housing villages, www.belvoirhousinghistory.com.

4 Defense Housing Construction Bulletins, numbers 31, 48, 52, 62. National Archives.

5 City of Alexandria Website, Planning and Zoning Division, www.alexandriava.gov/planningandzoning and dockets.alexandriava.gov/fy09/090908rm/diWS.pdf.

6 Defense Housing Construction Bulletins, numbers 31, 48, 52, 62. National Archives.

7 Defense Housing Construction Bulletins, numbers 31, 48, 52, 62. National Archives.

8 Press Release 239, Federal Works Agency. National Archives.

9 Press Release s-9, Federal Works Agency, National Archives.

10 Capital Drawings. Peatross, Scott, Tepfer, and Freudenheim, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division. JHU Press, 2005.

11 General Housing Directory, December 31, 1949. National Archives.

12 Defense Manual, September 3, 1941. National Archives.

13 Documents onsite at the Community House; “First Aid Course” Washington Post; June 2, 1944.

14 “Recreation Activities” Fairfax Herald, July 13, 1945.

15 “Ask Anne Column” Washington Post, August 18, 1952; “Nursery School” Washington Post and Times Herald, November 7, 1954.

16 “Hillwood Square Group Protest Methods Used To Sell Project” Fairfax Standard, July 8, 1949.

 

References and Sources

Blueprints, Order of Taking, Deed to the Property, Articles of Incorporation, plat documents, letters and newsletters, dating from the 1940′s to 1950′s, located at the Hillwood Square Mutual Association Community House.

Books, Magazines and Newspapers

A Field Guide to American Houses. McAlester, Virginia and Lee. Alfred A. Knopf, 1989.

Capital Drawings: Architectural Designs for Washington, D.C., from the Library of Congress. By C. Ford Peatross, Pamela Scott, Diane Tepfer, and Leslie Mandelson Freudenheim, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division. JHU Press, 2005.

Who Was Who in America, Volume 3. Marquis – Who’s Who, Chicago, 1960.

“First Aid Course” Washington Post. June 2, 1944.

“Recreation Activities” Fairfax Herald. July 13, 1945.

“Ask Anne Column” Washington Post. August 18, 1952.

“Nursery School” Washington Post and Times Herald. November 7, 1954.

“Housing Developments in the Washington Area” Washington Post. October 25, 1942.

“Scheme of NHA Involves 26,206 Units in 6 Groups in Metropolitan Area” Washington Post. Sept 12 1943.

“Hillwood Square Group Protest Methods Used To Sell Project” Fairfax Standard. July 8, 1949.

“Housing for Defense, a Building Types Study” Architectural Record. November 1941: 71-89.

“Planned Large-Scale Housing, a Balance Sheet of Progress” Architectural Record. May 1941: 89-99.

Library and Archival Sources

A Centennial History of the Washington Chapter, The American Institute of Architects 1887–1987. William Bushong, Judith Helm Robinson, and Julie Mueller. American Institute of Architects, 1987.

Arthur B. Heaton Form of Application for Associate Membership. American Institute of Architects Archives, Washington, DC.

Arthur B. Heaton Archive Catalog Record Biography and Historical Data; Library of Congress, Washington DC; LC Control Number 95858232; www.lccn.loc.gov/95858232.

Memorandum for the Press, Release no. 239, Federal Works Agency Information Division, October 17, 1941; FWA Releases 181-670; Press Releases of the FWA and its Constituent

Agencies 1939-1949; Information Records; General Records of the Federal Works Agency; RG 162; National Archives at College Park, College Park, MD.

Memorandum for the Press, Release no. s-9, Federal Works Agency Information Division, October 25, 1941; FWA Releases 1-180; Press Releases of the FWA and its Constituent Agencies 1939-1949; Information Records; General Records of the Federal Works Agency; RG 162; National Archives at College Park, College Park, MD.

Memorandum for the Press, Release no. s-3, Federal Works Agency Information Division, September 2, 1941; FWA Releases 1-180; Press Releases of the FWA and its Constituent Agencies 1939-1949; Information Records; General Records of the Federal Works Agency; RG 162; National Archives at College Park, College Park, MD.

Defense Housing Construction Bulletin, no.’s 31, 48, 52, 62; Defense Housing Statistical Bulletins 1940-1941-1942; Records Relating to the Bureau of Community Facilities and Its Predecessors 1940-1949; General Records of the Federal Works Agency; RG 162; National Archives at College Park, College Park, MD.

S-108 General Housing Directory, December 31, 1949; Housing and Home Finance Agency, Public Housing Administration, Statistics Branch; National Archives Library Research Room General Publication, National Archives at College Park, College Park, MD.

Guide to Defense Housing Legislation, March 1, 1942; Issuances of the National Housing Agency, 1942-1947; Records of the Administrative Planning Division; Records of the Public Housing Administration; RG 196; National Archives at College Park, College Park, MD.

Defense Manual, Federal Works Agency, United States Housing Authority, September 3, 1941; USHA Memoranda to all Local Public Housing Authorities 1941; Entries 8 & 9: Defense Authorizations of the Executive Office February 18, 1941 – February 25, 1942; Records of the Office of the Administrator; Records of the Public Housing Administration; RG 196; National Archives at College Park, College Park, MD.

Websites

District of Columbia Inventory of Historic Sites, July 7, 2002.

Ft. Belvoir Housing History, Villages History pages, www.belvoirhousinghistory.com.

Arlington Village, www.arlingtonvillage.com

City of Alexandria, www.alexandriava.gov/planningandzoning and dockets.alexandriava.gov/fy09/090908rm/diWS.pdf

Dissertations/Theses/Unpublished Papers

(1) “The Federal Government and the Cooperative Housing Movement, 1917—1955.” Kristin Szylvian Bailey. Carnegie Mellon University, 1988.

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