Charles E. Little Papers 1975-1990


Charles E. Little Papers, 1975-1990

Charles E. Little Papers 1975-1990

Chapter by chapter typeset drafts of Little's (1990) and research files and background materials regarding greenway projects across the nation. The latter files contain reports, plans, drawings, maps, assessments, and pamphlets documenting various conservation projects, especially greenway projects. This material was deposited with the North Carolina State Univerisity Archives to serve as the basis for a national greenway archive. Greenways for America A former advertising executive, Charles Little became a writer and advocate for land conservation and community planning. His writings include books, published papers, and articles all of which have had significant impact on conservation policies of federal, state, and local governments.

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