War Housing

Taper, Bernard
May 1942
New Republic;5/18/42, Vol. 106 Issue 20, p670
Focuses on the War Housing exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art. Use of the combination of visual and auditory techniques in the exhibition which is sponsored by the National Committee on the Housing Emergency; Portrayal of the prevailing situations in the American production centers such as homeless workers quitting their jobs, extreme congestion, and excessive rents, in the exhibition; Solution given by the exhibition to avoid war housing problems by implementing well planned housing projects; Promise that this exhibition shows about the present war housing may be used for post-war slum-clearance purposes.


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