|Title||"Historic Residential Suburbs" in the National Register Bulletin|
|Author||David L. Ames and Linda Flint McClelland|
"Historic Residential Suburbs" in the National Register Bulletin
"Guidelines for Evaluation and Documentation For the National Register of Historic Places"
David L. Ames, University of Delaware
and Linda Flint McClelland, National Park Service
U.S. Department of Interior, National Park Service, National Register of Historic Places
From the back cover:
The ideal of suburban life in the parklike setting of a self contained subdivision away from the noise, pollution, and dangers of city streets has fueled the aspirations of increasing numbers of American families since the mid nineteenth century. Historic residential suburbs, such as the Guilford Historic District in Baltimore, Maryland, resulted from the collaboration of developers, planners, architects, and landscape architects. The contributions of these professional groups, individually and collectively, give American suburbs their characteristic identity as historic neighborhoods, collections of residential architecture, and designed landscapes.
(Photo by Greg Pease, courtesy Maryland Department of Housing and Economic Development)