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London of the future.
New York, Dutton 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Aston Webb, Sir; London Society.
|Description:||286 p. front., plates, plans, diagrs. 26 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction, with a short account of the London Society, by Sir Aston Webb.--The opportunities of London, by T.R. Davison.--Roads, streets and traffic of London, by Colonel R.C. Hellard.--London railway reconstruction, by H.J. Leaning.--Commercial aviation and London, by the Lord Montagu of Beaulieu.--The bridges of London, 1815-1920, by Sir Reginald Blomfield.--London and the Channel tunnel, by Sir Arthur Fell.--The Surrey side, by Paul Waterhouse.--Central London, by Professor Adshead.--The port of London, by the Viscount Devonport.--The East end, by the Rt. Rev. H.L. Paget.--Some thoughts on the development of London, by Raymond Unwin.--The housing of London, by W.R. Davidge.--The government of London, by W.E. Riley.--The parks and open spaces of London, by D.E. Niven.--London as the heart of the empire, by the Earl of Meath.--The smoke plague of London, by the late Sir William Richmond.--The spirit of London, by the Marquess of Crewe.|
|Responsibility:||by the London Society under the editorship of Sir Aston Webb.|