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Charles V. Craster. American Journal of Public Health and the Nation's Health 34, September 1944, 935-940.
A Newark ordinance passed on July 14, 1943 created an office of Supervisor of Rehabilitation of Dwellings to be held by the city Health Officer. "Under this ordianance, any slum building which could not be rehabilitated for a sum not exceeding 50 per cent of the assessed valuation was required to be demolished...the Supervisor could order the rehabilitation of any slum building should the owner refuse to do so." Available?
Dan McGuire. Report on behalf of the Corinthian Housing Development Corporation, New Brunswick, N.J., Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Center for Urban Policy Research Project Community, May 12, 1997.
Focuses on the "changing socioeconomic conditions in the West Side Park neighborhood between WWII and 1970, as well as on specific historic buildings and resources that exist today." Includes data from 1930 to 1989. Done in conjunction with the Strategic Revitalization Plan for the West Side Community of Newark, N.J.
Harold Kaplan. Ph.D. Thesis, Columbia University, 1961. Available?
Urban Renewal Politics: Slum Clearance in Newark.
Harold Kaplan. New York, N.Y., Columbia University Press, 1963.
Focuses on the Newark Housing Authority and how they launched nine slum projects during the first 10 years of Title 1 of the 1949 Federal Housing Act. Looks at urban renewal as a political process. Available?
Newark, Newark Commission for Neighborhood Conservation and Rehabilitation, [1958?].
Report of the Newark Commission for Neighborhood Conservation and Rehabilitation, whose "objective is Better Housing For All Of The People Of Newark through law enforcement, slum clearance, neighborhood conservation, additional housing, rehabilitation and education."