This is a collection of primary source material from Cornell University, for the study of urban planning. It includes detailed subject, chronological, and alphabetical bibliographies on the subject and links to excerpts from relevant texts.
This is the electronic version of a 1973 book by urban planner Norman Lucey on Ebenezer Howard and his influence on Twentieth Century urban planning.
This is the home page for Letchworth, the first Garden City designed according to Ebenezer Howard's ideas. It contains a number of articles on Letchworth's history and the Garden City movement as a whole.
This webpage was created as a joint project between the American Studies Department of the University of Maryland and the city of Greenbelt. It details the history of the city and provides access to photographs, special exhibits, and student projects about Greenbelt. A virtual Greenbelt Museum is in the planning stages.
This site, by University of Illinois at Chicago Professor Peter Hales, presents Levittown's cultural history using photographs, architectural drawings, and descriptive text.
This site has information on the history and founding of Levittown and the opportunity to contact them for more information.
This site provides detailed information about New Urbanism, links to additional resources and bibliograpies on the topic, and a directory of New Urbanist communities around the country.
This is a segment from the CBS Sunday Morning, May 20, 2007 about New Urbanism.
This is the official home page for the city of Seaside Florida
This is the homepage for an organization dedicated to the "study and refinement" of the urban experiment of Seaside, Florida.
This is a collaborative project between the University of Notre Dame’s School of Architecture and Hesburgh Libraries and the community of Seaside, Florida. The aim of the Portal is to provide an academic and thorough resource to study the history, design, plan, code, and architecture of Seaside. It also functions and a virtual archive.