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Peter Marcuse papers, 1947-2017

Summary Information

Abstract

Peter Marcuse (b. 1928), son of critical theorist Herbert Marcuse, is an attorney, planner, and professor of planning. He has produced extensive scholarship on planning matters, covering different issues such as professional ethics, housing, city planning, comparative policy, the 'right to the city' movement?, urban history, and globalization. This collection consists mainly of teaching and course materials related to Marcuse's tenure as Professor of Urban Planning at Columbia University (since 1975) as well as research, writings, and reference materials for professional work inside and outside academia, including projects commissioned by the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) and the New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal.

At a Glance

Bib ID 13536767 View CLIO record
Creator(s) Marcuse, Herbert, 1898-1979
Title Peter Marcuse papers, 1947-2017
Physical Description 20 document boxes; 3 boxes (Card Storage-File Boxes); 1 manuscript box
Language(s) English .
Access

This collection is available for use by appointment in the Department of Drawings & Archives, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University. For further information and to make an appointment, please email avery-drawings@library.columbia.edu.

Arrangement

Description

Scope and Content

This collection is primarily textual. It contains course materials—mainly composed of syllabi, schedules, notes, readers, bibliographies, and student work—and professional papers covering his activities inside and outside academia, including published writings, drafts, notes, correspondence, conference files, and reference materials such as collected papers, reports, book excerpts, memos, and clippings. The collection also comprises other archival formats such as photographs, VHS and cassette tapes, overheads, diaries, pins, and floppy disks.

The series arrangement for this collection was based on Marcuse's own organization scheme. The alphabetical arrangement of the folders in every series followed his system. For the majority of the collection, Marcuse's original folder titles have been retained.

[Note: If the title of a writing piece is provided in the description, it signifies that the work is authored by Peter Marcuse unless other names are mentioned. The use of "collected" before the type of documents (i.e. "collected reports") indicates that the files are not authored by Peter Marcuse.]

Series I: Faculty Papers (1959-2012)

This series reflects Peter Marcuse's tenure as Professor of Urban Planning at Columbia University (since 1975) and at the University of California, Los Angeles (1972-75). The series comprises two parts. The first part, "Course," incorporates documents regarding his teaching practices, such as syllabi, teaching notes, schedules, bibliographies, examination prompts, student work, and course readers. The content and title of each folder mostly correspond to a specific course taught by Marcuse. This section also includes Marcuse's reference cards on various themes in urban planning. The second part of this series, "Inchoate Papers," consists mainly of materials regarding his academic writings, especially during his early years at Columbia University. It comprises drafts, writing notes, correspondence, and reference materials.

Series II: Professional Papers (1916-2017)

This series, the largest in the collection, is divided into two subseries: Publications (1965-2010) and Topical (1916-2017). Publications collects Marcuse's writings published in different print platforms, including edited volumes, journals, magazines, and newspapers, throughout five decades of his productive time as a scholar and public intellectual. It also includes works by other authors who interviewed or quoted Marcuse in their pieces, including copies of Progressive Planning No. 182, Winter 2010, which was dedicated to honor his contributions to the field. This subseries, however, excludes Marcuse's published books.

The second subseries, Topical, is a wide-ranging one, covering intellectual records from an amalgam of events, including conference presentations, invited lectures, commissioned projects, visiting professorships, community activism, and personal research interests. Most of the folder titles refer to either the related topics, the place of the events, or the documents' formats. Drafts, whether they are as scripts for talks or for written pieces, and reference materials are prominent. This subseries also holds VHS and cassette tapes (Box 23), which document Marcuse's talks at different occasions.

Series III: Housing Authority (1931-2015)

This series documents a book project Peter Marcuse was commissioned to write by the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) in 1984 on the history of public housing in New York City, a project that was in conjunction with the archival processing of NYCHA's records by the Fiorello H. LaGuardia Archives. The series contains various parts of the manuscripts at different stages: reference materials, including archival letters, clippings, collected papers, reports, excerpts, maps, memorandums, notes, plans, photographs, and statistics; and administrative documents, such as contracts and correspondence. The book was not published and the collection does not include a complete manuscript. Preserving the original arrangement, the folders in the series are titled by either topic or type. They are mainly ordered alphabetically, except for a few folders about the history of housing at the beginning of the series that are ordered chronologically.

Series IV: Rent Control Study (1963-1991)

This series contains materials regarding a research project commissioned to Peter Marcuse by the New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal in 1986. The work studied the impact of rent regulation on tenants and owners for a recommendation to the state governor on how to make the rent regulation system more workable. The documents include collected papers and reports, notes, drafts, clippings, correspondence, bibliographies, contracts, legal acts and codes, letters, memos, and statistics. The majority of the series is grouped by format and ordered alphabetically.

Series V: Personal Papers (1948-2013)

This series collects personal materials such as biographical information, correspondence, and diaries. It also contains Marcuse's thesis for his bachelor's degree in History and Literature of the 19th Century from Harvard College (1948), and his dissertation for his doctoral degree in Planning from the University of California, Berkeley (1972). Another significant group of material in this series relates to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)'s surveillance of Peter Marcuse during the 1950s and the 1960s.

Series VI: Special Format (undated)

This series contains floppy disks in which Marcuse stored digital files regarding his professional work, such as course materials, manuscripts, drafts, notes, and references, as well as other files such as contacts and software.

Using the Collection

Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library

Conditions Governing Access

This collection is available for use by appointment in the Department of Drawings & Archives, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University. For further information and to make an appointment, please email avery-drawings@library.columbia.edu.

Restrictions on Use

Columbia University is providing access to the materials in the Library's collections solely for noncommercial educational and research purposes. The unauthorized use, including, but not limited to, publication of the materials without the prior written permission of Columbia University is strictly prohibited. All inquiries regarding permission to publish should be submitted in writing to the Director, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University. For additional guidance, see Columbia University Libraries' publication policy.

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Preferred Citation

Peter Marcuse papers, 1947-2017, Department of Drawings & Archives, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University.

About the Finding Aid / Processing Information

Columbia University Libraries, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library

Processing Information

This collection was processed by Robin Hartanto Honggare, Graduate Intern, under the supervision of Shelley Hayreh, Avery Archivist, in 2018.

Revision Description

2018-09-25 File created.

2019-05-20 EAD was imported spring 2019 as part of the ArchivesSpace Phase II migration.

Subject Headings

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Brenner, Neil Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
City planning -- United States Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Columbia University. Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation. Historic Preservation Program Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Housing -- United States -- History Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Housing policy -- United States Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Leavitt, Jacqueline, 1939-2015. Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Moses, Robert, 1888-1981 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
New York City Housing Authority Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Planners Network (Association) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Public housing -- New York (State) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Rent -- New York (State) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Rental control Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Rental housing -- New York (State) -- New York Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Urban renewal -- New York (State) -- New York Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
World Trade Center (New York, N.Y.) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID

History / Biographical Note

History

Peter Marcuse, an attorney, planner, and professor of planning, was born on November 13, 1928 in Berlin, Germany. He immigrated to the United States with his parents, critical theorist Herbert Marcuse and mathematician Sophie Marcuse, in 1933, at the beginning of the Third Reich. Marcuse studied at Harvard College, where he received his B.A. with a major in History and Literature of the 19th Century in 1948. He received his J.D. from Yale Law School in 1952 and began practicing law in New Haven and Waterbury, Connecticut.

Marcuse developed an active interest in planning, which eventually shifted him onto a different professional trajectory. He obtained an M.A. from Columbia University in 1963 with a thesis on housing, a Master of Urban Studies from the Yale School of Architecture in 1968, and a doctoral degree in planning from the University of California, Berkeley, Department of City and Regional Planning, in 1972. He was Professor of Urban Planning at UCLA from 1972-1975 and thereafter at Columbia University from 1975, where he served as the chair of the planning program for many years. His fields of research include professional ethics, housing, city planning, comparative policy, 'right to the city', urban history, and globalization. He has taught in Germany, Australia, South Africa, Canada, Austria, Spain, Canada, and Brazil, and written extensively in both professional journals and the popular press.

Marcuse has been commissioned by numerous public and non-profit agencies, including the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal, the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), and NYC Department of Housing, Preservation, and Development. He served on an outstanding number of boards and committees, including: Majority Leader of the Waterbury Board of Aldermen, member of Waterbury City Planning Commission, President of the Los Angeles City Planning Commission, and co-chair of the Housing Committee of Manhattan Community Board #9.

Sources:

Clara Irazábal and Susan Fainstein, "Peter Marcuse at 80: His Extraordinary Contributions to Progressive Planning," Progressive Planning, No. 182 (Winter 2010): 6-8.

Jacqueline Leavitt, "What We Can Learn from Peter Marcuse: 'Think Critically, Act Critically!'" Progressive Planning, No. 182 (Winter 2010): 9-12.

Box 22, Folder 1, Peter Marcuse papers, Department of Drawings & Archives, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University.

Series I: Faculty Papers

COURSE
Box 1: Folder 1 Determinants of Housing 1977-1989

Syllabi, schedules, teaching notes, bibliographies, reference materials, and student works regarding "The Determinants of Housing Policies" course in 1977-1988 and "Comparative Housing Policies" course in 1989

Box 1: Folder 2 Equity in the City 1976

Syllabi, schedules, and teaching notes regarding "Equity in the City" course in Fall 1976

Box 1: Folder 3 Ethics, Justice, and the City 2008-2009

Includes syllabus, student responses, and reference materials regarding "Ethics, Justice, and the City" co-taught with Laura Kurgan

Box 1: Folder 4 Evaluation of Housing 1976

Syllabi, schedules, teaching notes, reference materials, and student works regarding "The Evaluation of Housing Quality" course in Fall 1976

Box 1: Folder 5-6 Foreclosures 2010-2012

Outlines, clippings, drafts, notes, and student works regarding "Issues in Housing Policy: Foreclosures" course

Box 1: Folder 7 Highway 1973

Schedules, teaching notes, and correspondence regarding lectures for "Social and Urban Environmental Issues in Transportation" course at the California Division of Highways, UCLA, in Fall 1973

Box 1: Folder 8 History of Housing in New York City 1988

Syllabi, notes, and student works regarding "Seminar on Housing: History of Housing in New York City" course instructed by Peter Marcuse and Richard Plunz

Box 1: Folder 9 Housing Policy 1980-1990

Syllabi, schedules, teaching notes, and examination prompts regarding "Seminar in Housing Policy" course in 1980-1985

Box 1: Folder 10 Introduction to Housing 1986-1995

Syllabi, schedules, teaching notes, and examination prompts regarding "Introduction to Housing" course in 1986-1995

Box 1: Folder 11 Introduction to Planning 1974-1983

Syllabi, schedules, teaching notes, reference materials, bibliographies, and examination prompts regarding "Introduction to the Planning Profession" course in 1974-1983 and "Theory and Practice of Urban Planning" course in 1982-1983

Box 1: Folder 12 Law 1987

Syllabus and schedules regarding "Planning Law and Administration" course in Spring 1987

Box 1: Folder 13-15 Planning Education 1968-1974

Collected papers and articles regarding planning education and curriculum

Box 1: Folder 16 Planning New York City 1984, 1987

includes a syllabus, schedules, teaching notes, reference materials, and slide index regarding "Planning New York City" course In Spring 1984

Box 1: Folder 17 Reader - Globalization and Urban Policy 2000

Course reader for "Globalization and Urban Policy" course in Fall 2000

Box 1: Folder 18 Reader - Globalization: The Issues and Policies 2002, 2004

Course readers for "Globalization: The Issues and the Policies" course in Fall 2002 and Spring 2004

Box 1: Folder 19 Reader - Housing Policy undated

Course reader for "Housing Policy Seminar: Public Housing"

Box 2: Folder 1 Reader - Introduction to Housing 1997

Course reader for "Introduction to Housing" course in Fall 1997

Box 2: Folder 2-3 Reference 1968-1995

Bibliographies and syllabi from external sources

Box 4 Reference Cards undated

Reference cards on various themes in urban planning

Box 2: Folder 4 Social Policy 1985

Syllabi, bibliographies and teaching notes regarding "Comparative Urban Social Policy" course in Spring 1985

Box 2: Folder 5 Urban Studies 1993

Syllabi, schedules, teaching notes, outlines, reference materials, and student works regarding "Urban Studies Senior Seminar" in 1993

Box 2: Folder 6 Yale - Planning Notes 1966-1968

Notes and reference materials regarding Marcuse's study at Yale School of Architecture, Department of City Planning, in 1966-1968

INCHOATE PAPERS
Box 2: Folder 7 Advocacy Planning 1966-1968

Reference materials on advocacy planning and Urban Planning Aid with correspondence

Box 2: Folder 8 Alienation 1972

Paper titled "Residential Alienation" prepared for the Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Social Problems, New Orleans, August 28, 1972, with comments and a booklet about the event

Box 2: Folder 9 Community Boards 1989

Drafts titled "Community Self-Government in New York and the Private Market: Recipe for Permanent Conflict" with notes

Box 2: Folder 10 Cost Benefit - Public Housing 1959-1969

Includes a paper titled "The Public Housing Program: Private Pacification or Public Purpose? A Cost-Benefit Analysis," dated March 1969, with notes and materials

Box 2: Folder 11 Ecology undated

Draft and notes

Box 2: Folder 12 Equity in the City 1972-1978

Notes, drafts, and reference materials

Box 2: Folder 13 Ethics 1975-1976

Includes a draft titled "The Planning Profession & the Status Quo: Professionalism, Ethics, and Planning Theory" and copies of a published article titled "Professional Ethics and Beyond: Values in Planning" dated July 1976 with reference materials

Box 2: Folder 14 Ethics - Cases 1972-1974

Includes correspondence and reference materials for a casebook on ethical problems of professionals with correspondence

Box 2: Folder 15-16 Ethics - Other Professionals 1972-1977

Includes notes, correspondence, and reference materials on professional ethics beyond planners

Box 2: Folder 17 Ethics - Planners 1972-1974

Includes reference materials about the American Institute of Planners

Box 1: Folder 18 Ethics - Unused Ideas 1973-1992

Includes drafts titled "The Ethics of the Planning Profession: The Need for Role Differentiation" and "Urban Planning's Ethical Dilemmas," with notes, comments, and correspondence

Box 2: Folder 19 Fanshen Paper undated

Includes a paper on Chinese Communist Party in Long Bow Village possibly written by Peter Marcuse's student

Box 2: Folder 20 History of Planning paper undated

Notes

Box 2: Folder 21 Housing Advice Centers undated

Notes

Box 2: Folder 22 "Housing as a System" 1973

Paper for the Housing Section in New Towns In-Town (NTIT) Report, September 25, 1973

Box 3: Folder 1 "Indicators to Guide Housing Policy" [1971?]

Drafts titled "Indicators to Guide Housing Policy: A Semi-Heuristc Matrix" with reference materials

Box 3: Folder 2 Lectures - Miscellaneous 1972-1977

Includes various teaching and lecture notes and outlines with correspondence

Box 3: Folder 3 "The Myth of the Benevolent State" 1977

Paper and drafts titled "The Myth of the Benevolent state: Notes Towards a Theory of Housing Conflict" for Urban Change and Conflict Conference, York University, 4-7 January 1977

Box 3: Folder 4 New Housing Theory 1970

Narrative outlines of Peter Marcuse's dissertation on home ownership at the University of California, Berkeley

Box 3: Folder 5 "The Planner As Lackey" 1974, undated

Copies of a paper titled "The Planner As Lackey: Intellectual Mush and the Future of the Profession" with notes and reference materials

Box 3: Folder 6 Radical Planning Ethics undated

Notes

Box 3: Folder 7 Rent Control - Connecticut 1983-1984

Materials regarding Peter Marcuse's testimony on the issue of rent control before the Judiciary Committee of the Connecticut General Assembly in November 14, 1983, including reference materials, correspondence, and clippings featuring Peter Marcuse

Box 3: Folder 8 "Revitalization of Inner Cities" 1989

Includes drafts titled "Revitalization of Inner Cities: Causes, Implications, Alternatives for Housing Policy" written for "Housing Problems in the 1990's: Social and Economic Problems" International Conference in Prague, September 18-22, 1989, with notes and reference materials

Box 3: Folder 9 Specialism 1989

Includes comments on Willem van Vliet's paper on homelessness and specialism titled "The Limits of Social Research" with correspondence

Box 3: Folder 10 Style undated

Notes on writing style

Box 3: Folder 11 Tocks Island 1972

Includes a paper titled "The Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area and Its Environs: Regional Planning in the Local Interest"

Box 3: Folder 12 Urban Conflicts 1976-1977, undated

Includes drafts on urban conflicts with notes and reference materials

Series II: Professional Papers

Subseries 1: Publications

Box 5: Folder 1-3 1965-1975 1965-1975

"The Anti-Poverty Program: Attack on the Symptoms or Attack on the Source?"; "Equality"; "Scholarship and Burning Issues"; "Housing Policy and Social Indicators: Strangers or Siblings?"; "Homeownership for the Poor: Economic Implications for the Owner/Occupant"; "How to Have Your Cake and Eat It Too"; "The Legal Attributes of Homeownership for Low and Moderate Income Families"; "The Financial Attributes of Homeownership for Low and Moderate Income Families; "Tenure and the Housing System: The Relationship and the Potential for Change"; "Mass Transit for the Few: Lessons from Los Angeles"; "Residential Alienation, Home Ownership and the Limits of Shelter Policy"

Box 5: Folder 4 1976-1980 1976-1980

"Mass Transit for the Few"; "Housing Advice Centers: They Work in Great Britain; How Viable Are They for the United States?"; "Housing Policy and the Myth of the Benevolent State"; "Housing Subsidies for New Construction and Renewal in the Fed. Rep. of Germany";Rental Housing in the City of New York: Supply and Condition 1975-1978; "West Germany's Housing Non-Profits--Lessons for the U.S.?"; "For Housing: Public Responsibility with Tenant/Community Control"; "Housing in Early City Planning"

Box 5: Folder 5-7 1981-1985 1981-1985

With Emily Achtenberg, "Housing and Neighborhoods: Network Position Paper"; "Reagan Taglia la Spesa"; "The Contradictions of Housing"; with Peter Medoff and Andrea Pereira, "Triage as Urban Policy"; with Emily Achtenberg, "The Causes of the Housing Problem"; "The Size of New York's Housing Emergency"; A review of Donald A. Krueckeberg'sIntroduction to Planning History in the United States; with Jacqueline Leavitt, "The New York Experience"; "A Luxury Housing Tax"; translated by G. Loudierè, "Histoire Du Logement Ouvrier Dans La Ville De New York: Elements Pour Une Hypothese de Travail"; "To Control Gentrification: Anti-displacement Zoning and Planning for Stable Residential Districts"; "'Red' Vienna: Housing Program Flourish"; "'Red' Vienna: Lessons and Warnings for the Housing Movement"; "Gentrification, Abandonment, and Displacement: Connections, Causes, and Policy Responses in New York City"; "New York's Housing Crisis: The 1985 Edition"; "A chi é destinata la zona litoranea"; "The Homefront"; review of Schill's and Nathan'sRevitalizing America's Cities: Neighborhood Reinvestment and Displacement

Box 5: Folder 8-9 1986-1990 1986-1990

"New York in the Year 2000"; "The Beginnings of Public Housing in New York"; "The Uses and Limits of Rent Regulation"; "The Grid as City Plan: New York City and Laissez-faire Planning in the Nineteenth Century"; "Who Will Pay the Piper?: Zoning for Justice in New York City"; "A Shame of the City: Why Are They Homeless?"; "Neutralizing Homelessness"; "New York City Builds on Division"; "Isolating the Homeless"; "Perspective on Homelessness"; "On Ethics, History, and Planning Practice"; "Today's Lessons from Yesterday's Research: The Case of the GDR"; "Homelessness and Democracy"; with Raun Rasmussen and Russell Engler, "Off-site Displacement: How the Changing Economic Tide of a Neighborhood Can Drown Out the Poor"; "Who/What Decides What Planners Do?"; "Plädoyer für ein 'Bescheidenes' Berlin"

Box 5: Folder 10 1991-1995 1991-1995

"Today's Lessons from Yesterday's Research: The Case of the GDR"; "Brainwashing in East Germany: 'De-Stalinization' as Ideological Colonization"; "East Europe's Changing Housing Policy"; "Alternatives in the Choice of Housing Policy"; "Die Stasi-Debatte von auBen betrachtet: Individuelle Moral und die Wiederholung der Geschichte"; "Empowering New York"; "Globalisation's Forgotten Dimension"; "Race, Space, and Class: The Unique and the Global in South Africa"; "Report from South Africa";"Transition in South Africa: To What?"; "Herbert Marcuse on Real Existing Socialism: A Hindsight Look at Soviet Marxism"

Box 5: Folder 11 1996-2000 1996-1999

"Is Australia Different? Globalization and the New Urban Poverty"; with Ronald Van Kempen, "A New Spatial Order in Cities?"; "The Ghetto of Exclusion and the Fortified Enclave: New Patterns in United States"; "Sustainability is not Enough"; "Reply to Campbell and HäuBermann"; "Housing Movements in the United States"

Box 5: Folder 12 2001-2005 2001-2005

"Urban Life Will Change: Reflections on the Consequences of September 11"; "The Liberal/Conservative Divide in the History of Housing Policy in the United States"; "Urban Form and Globalization after September 11th: The View from New York"; "Really Existing Globalization After September 11"; "Depoliticizing Globalization: From Neo-Marxism to the Network Society of Manuel Castells"; "Herbert Marcuse's 'Identity'"; "The 'Threat of Terrorism' and the Right to the City"; "Katrina, "Disasters" and Social Justice

Box 6: Folder 1 2006-2010 2006-2009

"Tradition in a Global City?"; "The Production of Regime Culture and Instrumentalized Art in a Globalizing State"; "Other Cities are Possible"; "Social Justice in New Orleans: Planning after Katrina"; "The U.S. Social Forum: Major Success for Networking"; "An Urban Vision - Space and Social Relations"

Box 6: Folder 2 By Others 1981-2010

"Washington's Influence: An Interview with Peter Marcuse, Columbia University, and Frank Nero, Federal Regional Council";Heights & Valley, "Rent Report Blasts Myth"; Alison Mitchell, "Saving Neglected Communities"; Hillel Levin, "The Rent Battle"; Frank Kristof, a review ofHousing Abandonment: Does Rent Control Make A Difference?; Ariane Sains, "City Warned by Planner on Growth";Jydske Tidende, "50 Lejligheder Forsvinder Hver Dag: New York Hærges af Boligdøden"Lihis Roundup, "NYC Conference Explores Off-Site Displacement"; Martha Rosler quoting Marcuse in "Homeless: The Street and Other Venues"; interview by Sabine Nöbel, "Gefahren eines privaten Wohnungsmarktes";Newsline, "Peter Marcuse"; "The Challenge of City Planning History: 'Planning Trans-Atlantic,' Oxford, England, July 1991"; "Individualität in Gemeinschaft"; Umit Yilmaz, a review ofOf States and Cities: The Partitioning of Urban Space; "Recognizing Peter Marcuse Progressive Planner"; promotional pamphlet of "Searching for the Just City: Debates in Urban Theory and Practice"; Progressive Planning No. 182, "Peter Marcuse and Critical Planning"; Judith Allen, a review ofGlobalizing Cities: A New Spatial Order?

Subseries 2: Topical

Box 6: Folder 3 197-a I 1929, 1970-1987

Drafts titled "Is Planning Possible in New York?" discussing Section 197-a of the 1975 Charter with reference materials

Box 6: Folder 4 197-a II 2004

197-a plan prepared by Manhattan Community Board 9 (CB9) with a particular focus on Manhattanville

Box 6: Folder 5 Aachen 1987

Correspondence, notes, and collected papers regarding a conference at Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen

Box 6: Folder 6 Aesthetics 2007-2010

Includes a draft, notes, and correspondence

Box 6: Folder 7 Barcelona 2004-2007

Includes correspondence, conference schedules, and collected papers regarding a seminar in 2005 and a conference in 2007, both in Barcelona

Box 6: Folder 8 Berlin 2004-2009

Includes a draft, notes, reference materials, and correspondence regarding a panel talk and seminar at the Center for Metropolitan Studies Berlin

Box 6: Folder 9 Blogs 2010-2017

Drafts, notes, and clippings regarding Marcuse's blogposts

Box 6: Folder 10 Bonn Paper - The Competitive City 1984-1991

Collected papers and clippings

Box 6: Folder 11 Book - Madden 2015

Correspondence, notes, outlines, and book proposals about Peter Marcuse's work, edited by David J. Madden

Box 6: Folder 12 Borders 2003

Includes a draft titled "Planners, 'September 11' and the New Borders of Globalization"

Box 6: Folder 13 Camilo Jose Vergara 1989

"The Breakdown of Public Housing Communities in New York City" by Camilo Jose Vergara

Box 6: Folder 14 Charter Revision Commission 1989

Reference materials and correspondence regarding Charter Revision Commission's hearing on Local Voice in Government about the operation of community boards

Box 6: Folder 15 CHPC 1989-2006

Various reports by Citizens Housing and Planning Council

Box 6: Folder 16 Cities for People 2006-2010

Includes drafts, correspondence, and publishing files regarding Cities for People, not for Profit co-edited by Neil Brenner, Peter Marcuse, and Margit Mayer

Box 6: Folder 17 City Definition 2003-2005

Includes drafts, notes, correspondence, and collected papers

Box 6: Folder 18 Class 2002-2008

Includes drafts, notes, schedules, correspondence, and memos

Box 6: Folder 19 Clippings, Memos, Newsletters 1985-2014

Various clippings, memos, releases, and newsletters that were not contained in specific original folders

Box 6: Folder 20 CLPHA 1992

Collected papers and publication by Council of Large Public Housing Authorities

Box 7: Folder 1-4 Collected Papers and Reports: 1977-1990 1977-1990

John F. Bauman, "Safe and Sanitary Without the Costly Frills: The Evolution of Public Housing in Philadelphia, 1929-1941"; Robert Ross and Kent Trachte, "Global Cities and Global Classes: The Peripheralization of the Labor Force in Core Cities"; Harold A. McDougall, "Regional Development: Who Gets the Short End?"; Raymond J. Struyk and Jennifer L. Blake, "Determining Who Lives in Public Housing"; Joan Maynard and Gwen Cottman, "Weeksville: Then & Now"; Don Parson, "Los Angeles' 'Headline-Happy Public Housing War'"; Australian Institute of Urban Studies, "Project 70: Affordable and Available Housing: The Role of the Private Rental Sector in Australia"; Martin Shefter, "Machine and Reform Politics in New York City, 1871-1933"; Ray Forrest and Alan Murie, "Residualization and Council Housing: Aspects of the Changing Social Relations of Housing Tenure"; Office of Policy and Economic Research, "Quarterly Rent Report"; Marcella Della Donne, "Rome the Capital: The Impending Suburbs and Strategies of Integration-Decentralization"; Jacqueline Leavitt and Susan Saegert, "The Tenants Report: A Study of Damp Buildings After Sale"; Forest and Murie, "Restructuring the Welfare State: Privatization of Public Housing in Britain";Public Housing Needs and Conditions in Houston;Public Housing Needs and Conditions in Dallas-Part 2; Marco Cenzatti, "Marxism and Planning Theory"; Allan David Heskin and Dewey Bandy, "The Dialectics of Community Planning"; Joint Housing Task Force, "Community Housing Commitment"; Gloria M. Snider, "Housing Entrepreneurship: The Flame of the Future"; Cross & Brown Company, "1987 Mid-Year Report: Manhattan Office Space Market Analysis"; Forest and Murie, "The Social Division of Housing Subsidies"; a review of Ronald Lawson'sThe Tenant Movement in New York City, 1904-1984;Soziologische RevueJahrgang 13; Richard L. Schaffer, "Planning and Zoning for the '90s: Where Are We Headed?"; Joseph Center and Helene Clark, "The Early Stages of Mutual Housing in New York City"

Box 7: Folder 5-8 Collected Papers and Reports: 1991-2000 1991-2000

The Livable Cityno.15/1, March 1991; UCLA Urban Planning students,Paths For Tomorrow: Nickerson Gardens: A Community Planning for Change; Michael Harloe, "Social Housing and the 'Social Question': The Scope and Limitations of Early Housing Reform Movement"; Department of City Planning, "Planning New York City: 1991-1992"; New York City Rent Guidelines Board, "Rent Stabilized Housing in New York City"; David A. Johnson, "America's Mega-Metropolis: The New York-New Jersey-Connecticut Urban Region"; Michael Harloe, "The Social Construction of Social Housing"; Department of City Planning, "Lower Broadway/Lower Manhattan Mixed-Use District Study"; Marc A. Weiss and John T. Metzger, "The American Real Estate Industry and the Origins of Neighborhood Conservation"; Community Service Society, "An Examination of the 7-A Program"; Office of Policy Management, "On the Waterfront"; Othello W. Poulard, statement presented at hearings on the Public Housing Reform and Empowerment Act"; Anne B. Shlay and Charles E. King, "Beneficiaries of Federal Housing Programs: A Data Reconnaissance"; Alexander van Hoffman, "Vision Limited: The Political Movement for a U.S. Public Housing Program, 1919-1950"; Owners of Last Resort, "The Track Record of New York City's Early Low Income Housing Cooperatives, Created Between 1967 and 1975"; Elliott Sclar, "Urban Renewal and the Transformation of the Upper West Side"; D.G. Shane, review ofPost-Modern Cities and Space; Laksiri Jayasuriya, "Immigration and Settlement in Australia: An Overview and Critique of Multiculturalism"; Alexander von Hoffman, "The Origins of American Housing Reform"; Peter Dreier, "The Politics of Federal Housing Policy: Lessons from the 1949 Housing Act"; Rohit Aggarwala, "What Does New York City Say?"; New York Ascendant, "The Report of the Commission on the Year 2000"

Box 7: Folder 9-10 Collected Papers and Reports: 2001-2012 2001-2012

Howard Gillete, Jr. "A Housing Reformer Worth Knowing"; Rachel G. Bratt, "Housing for Very Low-Income Households: The Record of President Clinton, 1993-2000"; The Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions, "Enforcing Housing Rights in the Americas: Pursuing Housing Rights Claims Within the Inter-American System of Human Rights"; "Caring Capitalism: How Housing Advocates Joined Government and the Private Sector to Create New Low-Income Housing policy, 1968-1993"; Rainer Rilling, "'American Empire' as Will and Idea: The New Grand Strategy of the Bush Administration"; Gretchen Susi, "Represent: The New York City Public Housing Resident Alliance and Its Struggle Against the Imposition of the Neoliberal Agenda--Background, Theoretical Framing and Preliminary Conclusions"; Sean Purdy, "By the People, For the People: Tenant Organizing in Toronto's Regent Park Housing Project in the 1960s and 1970s"; Clara Irazábal, "A Planned City Comes of Age: Rethinking Ciudad Guayana Today"; Joel Andreas,Addicted to War; Jorge Otero-Pailos, "Ethics, Politics and the Origins of Historic Preservation Poetics"; Pratt Center for Community Development, "Public Housing in New York City: building Communities of Opportunity"; Liviu Chelcea, "The 'Housing Question' and the State-Socialist Answer: City, Class and State Remaking in 1950s Bucharest"

Box 7: Folder 11 Columbia - Lincoln 2001-2003

Drafts about the role of Columbia University as a land owner and developer for an edited volume titledThe University as Developerorganized by Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and Great Cities Institute of the University of Illinois-Chicago

Box 7: Folder 12 Community Benefit 2010

Notes and clippings

Box 7: Folder 13 Community Boards 1987-1990

Drafts of "New York City's Community Boards: Neighborhood Policy and its Results" published in an edited volume titledNeighborhood Policy and Programmes

Box 8: Folder 1 Comparative Housing Policy - Western Europe 1977-1980

drafts and reference materials

Box 8: Folder 2 Density undated

Drafts, notes, and reference materials

Box 8: Folder 3 Detroit 2014

Includes drafts titled "Which Way, 'Detroit'" with notes and reference materials

Box 8: Folder 4 Dortmund - Marx 2008

Draft, schedule, and correspondence

Box 8: Folder 5 Drafts 1981-2013

Various drafts that were not contained within specific original folders, including: "Locational Patterns and the Urban Fiscal in the United States"; "The Decline of Cities in the United States: Inevitable or Deliberate?"; "Housing Innovations in the United States"; "Framework Hypothesis: History of Working Class Housing in New York City"; "'Dual City': A Muddy Metaphor for a Quartered City"; "Do We Really Want to House the Community?"; "IMP5B: Skys, Stores, Zones"; "IMP5Alternative: Planning the Greater City"; "'Sudden Cities' and the Social Problems of Class Segregation: The United States Experience"; "China and South Africa--Urban Systems in Transition"; "Housing Movements in the USA"; "The Permanent Housing Crisis: The Failures of Conservatism and the Limits of Liberalism"; an article forArtforumon home and homelessness; "A Challenge for Planning--Write Justice into an Enforceable Code of Ethics"; "Transcript: God in Discussion with Eric Hobsbawn and Others"

Box 8: Folder 6 Dresden 2008-2009

Correspondence, schedules, and publication materials regarding the European Congress for a World Cultural Forum in Dresden

Box 8: Folder 7 East Germany 1982-1995

Includes drafts and published writings related to East Germany, including: "Theses zur vermeindlichen fiskalischen Krise der Städte - U.S.A."; "Der Wiener Gemeindewohnungsbau vor und nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg"; "Die Bewegung 'Zurück in die Stadt' (New York) gibt es sie üerhaupt?"; "Today's Lessons from Yesterday's Research: The Case of the GDR";Abwicklung in East Germany: Renewal, Destalinization or Suppression?;The Goal of the Wall-less City: New York, Los Angeles and Berlin; and "'Wrapping Up' East Germany" forThe Nationwith reference materials

Box 8: Folder 8 Enclave 1997-1998

Includes "The Enclave, the Citadel, and the Ghetto: What Has Changed in the Post-Fordist U.S. City" published by Urban Affairs Review in 1997 and drafts titled "Enclaves Yes, Ghettos No: Segregation and the State"

Box 8: Folder 9 Ethics - Gentrification 2014-2016

Includes notes and correspondence

Box 8: Folder 10 Evolution of Planning Thought 2014

Includes drafts, notes, and reference materials regarding a lecture on the evolution of planning thought at the Vienna University of Technology

Box 8: Folder 11 Fair Housing Act 2015, undated

Includes drafts and notes

Box 8: Folder 12 Glasgow 1983, 1987, 1990

Correspondence with Sean Damer, a script for a talk by F. C. Marks on Social Housing in Scotland, and a discussion paper titled "The State, Housing, and the Reserve Army of Labour: Glasgow 1850-1939" by Gerard C. Mooney

Box 8: Folder 13 Globalism - Said 2001-2010

Includes drafts, a book proposal titled+Hyperglobalizing and Deglobalizing Cities, and abstracts by various authors

Box 8: Folder 14 Globalization undated

drafts and reference materials

Box 8: Folder 15 Habitat 1997-1998, 2001

Drafts, correspondence, and reference materials related to UN-Habitat

Box 8: Folder 16 Haifa 2009

Event materials with annotation regarding International Workshop at Technion - Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa

Box 8: Folder 17 Herbert Marcuse 1998

Text titled "Herbert Marcuse's 'Identity'," presented at UC Berkeley in 1998

Box 8: Folder 18 Hochhausentwicklung 1987-1988

Draft about the development of skyscrapers in New York with correspondence

Box 8: Folder 19-23 Homeless 1984-1995

Drafts, notes, and reference materials

Box 9: Folder 1-2 Homeownership 1988-1990

Draft by unknown and collected reports

Box 9: Folder 3 Housing - Germany 1977

Reports of U.S./U.K. Housing Specialists' visit to Federal Republic of Germany in 1977 written by Marcuse

Box 9: Folder 4 Housing Policy 2004, undated

Includes syllabi and schedules regarding "Issue in Public Housing policy: Social Housing" course and drafts regarding housing policy

Box 9: Folder 5 Housing & Planning 2015

Drafts for a talk at International Sociological Association's Research Committee 43 Conference in 2015

Box 9: Folder 6 Human Resources Administration 1986-1987

Reports and bulletins by Human Resources Administration, the City of New York

Box 9: Folder 7 Identity undated

Overheads and drafts titled "The Identity of Towns in an Age of Globalization"

Box 9: Folder 8 Il Manifesto 2009

Transcript and published version of Marcuse's interview by Teresa Pullano forIl Manifesto

Box 9: Folder 9 In Defense of '68 2008

Reference materials and a draft titled "In Defense of the Sixties or From the Sixties to Obama/Clinton"

Box 9: Folder 10 In Rem Housing 1979, 1985, 1996

Collected paper, release, and reports

Box 9: Folder 11 Inclusion 2007

Drafts, slides, clippings, and a pamphlet regarding a keynote lecture in the New York - Berlin Kulturelle Vielfat in Urbanen Räumen conference at Haus Der Kulturen Der Welt in Berlin, 2007

Box 9: Folder 12 Inequality [2016]

Lauren Langman's draft of a preface introducing Marcuse's essay for an edited volume titledTwenty-First Century Inequality & Capitalism: Piketty, Marxism and Beyond(2018)

Box 9: Folder 13 Informal Sector 1997

Paper titled "The Informal Sector As a Structure of Relationship Among Groups" presented at the International Seminar "The Informal Sector Revisited: New Evidences and Perspectives for Public Policies" in Brasilia, 1997 with a draft, collected papers, and conference materials

Box 9: Folder 14 InkriT 1998

Conference materials by Berliner Instituts für kritische Theorie (InkriT)

Box 9: Folder 15 "Interpreting 'Public Housing' History" undated

Drafts

Box 9: Folder 16 Israel 2011

Correspondence, reference materials, and draft for a talk at Tel Aviv University

Box 9: Folder 17 Issues in Comparative - Hungary 1989

Drafts on comparative housing analysis

Box 9: Folder 18 Jackie Leavitt 2015

Obituaries for Jackie Leavitt written by Marcuse and meeting summaries regarding a proposed conference in honor of Leavitt

Box 9: Folder 19 Jerusalem 2000

"Report on Jerusalem Municipal Issues," 2000

Box 9: Folder 20 Johannesburg 2003

Drafts, notes, correspondence, collected papers, and conference materials related to African Migration and Urbanization in Comparative Perspective in Johannesburg, 2003

Box 9: Folder 21 Juarez 2013-2014

Includes drafts for talks at Colef and at the Planners Networks Conference with notes, correspondence, and a collected paper

Box 9: Folder 22 Just City 2009-2011

Includes drafts ofSearching for the Just City: Debates in Urban Theory and Practiceco-edited by Peter Marcuse, James Connolly, Johannes Novy, Ingrid Olivo, Cuz Potter, and Justin Steil

Box 9: Folder 23 Justice 2008-2010

Includes a draft titled "Justice in Planning," written for Oxford Handbook of Urban Planning

Box 9: Folder 24 Kennedy School of Government 1985, 1998

Collected papers (case programs) published by Kennedy School of Government

Box 9: Folder 25 Lectures on U.S. in G.D.R. 1989

Includes outlines, notes, and reference materials

Box 9: Folder 26 Left Forum 2012-2016

Includes drafts, conference materials, collected writings related to Left Forum

Box 9: Folder 27 London - RGS 2006

Conference materials regarding RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2006 in London

Box 9: Folder 28 London - UCL 2009

Drafts, notes, and correspondence regarding a talk at UCL about Critical Urban Theory and Critical Urban Practice

Box 9: Folder 29 Lower East Side 1990

Outlines and bibliographies for an edited volume by Janet-Abu Lughod, tentatively titledContested Turf(it was published asFrom Urban Village to East Village: The Battle for New York's Lower East Side)

Box 9: Folder 30 Manhattantown, Inc. 1954, 1956, 1989

Includes reports by Women's City Club of New York, Inc. and an answer to the report by Manhattantown, Inc. regarding tenant relocation at West Park

Box 10: Folder 1-2 Maps - New York 1916-2006
Box 10: Folder 3 Miscellaneous 1984-2013

Various notes, correspondence, pamphlets, etc. that were not contained in specific original folders

Box 10: Folder 4 Missing Marx 1994

Reviews of Marcuse'sMissing Marx

Box 10: Folder 5 MIT 2016, undated

Includes notes and drafts

Box 10: Folder 6 Montreal 2009-2010, 2012

Talk notes, correspondence, and reference materials

Box 10: Folder 7 Nairobi 1985-1987

Excerpt of a report and brochure by NGO forums in Nairobi

Box 10: Folder 8 New York City 1993-2013

Includes writings and drafts related to New York City

Box 10: Folder 9 Newsday 1986

Drafts on New York city planning written forNewsday

Box 10: Folder 10 North-Atlantic Left Dialogue 2009

Publication related to North-Atlantic Left Dialogue in New York, 2009, featuring Peter Marcuse

Box 10: Folder 11 Occupy Wall Street 2011-2012

Drafts titled "'We Are the 99%': The Slogan and the Reality" and "Keeping Space in its Place, in the Occupy Movements" with memos, pamphlets, and clippings

Box 10: Folder 12-13 Overheads undated
Box 10: Folder 14 Post-war 1984-1985

Collected papers on post-war housing in Europe and the U.S.

Box 10: Folder 15 Poverty undated

Drafts

Box 10: Folder 16 Race 1989, 2012

Correspondence with John M. Goering and an an edition ofPoverty & Race, Volume 21 No. 6, 2012

Box 10: Folder 17 RC21 2013

Drafts titled "Socially Just Gentrification? Theory and Practice," prepared for a talk at RC (Resourceful Cities) 21 Conference 2013 at Humboldt-University Berlin

Box 10: Folder 18-19 Reform & Reality 1985-1993

Outlines, notes, correspondence, and drafts of a volume titledReform and Reality: Essays in the History of Housing in New York Cityedited by Peter Marcuse

Box 10: Folder 20 Resident Alliance 1998, 2003, 2005

Pamphlets and memos published by various organizations of public housing residents

Box 11: Folder 1 Richard Plunz 1989

Draft of Richard Plunz'sA History of Housing in New York City

Box 11: Folder 2 RTTC Platform 2008-2009

Drafts, correspondence, and collected articles and reports related to Right to the City discussion group and policy platform

Box 11: Folder 3 Salisbury 2015

Draft for a talk at 2015 International Herbert Marcuse Society Conference with conference materials and selected Peter Marcuse's blogposts

Box 11: Folder 4 Sanders 2016

Various materials related to Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign in Waterbury

Box 11: Folder 5 Scherer - Housing 2016-2017

Drafts and correspondence with Andrew Scherer regarding a conference on housing rights at New York Law School in 2017

Box 11: Folder 7 Shelterforce 1978-2010

Various editions ofShelterforce

Box 11: Folder 6 Shrinking Cities 2005

Script for a talk titled "In Defense of Housing: For the Broader Political Engagement of Housing Research in Today's Global Urban Context" for European Network for Housing Research International Conference in Reykjavik with reference materials

Box 11: Folder 8 Single 1987, undated

Housing Single, Low-Income Individualsby Cynthia B. Green andHousing the Single-Parent Family: A Resource and Action Handbookby the State of New Jersey

Box 11: Folder 9 Social City 2005

Comments by Marcuse as a discussant for the DAAD-Wayland Collegium Conference at Brown University about "Social Integration in the New Berlin," accompanied by correspondence with and papers by the speakers

Box 11: Folder 10 Socialist City 1988

Correspondence, notes, and a referential excerpt related to the Socialist Scholars Conference in New York, 1988

Box 11: Folder 11 Socialist Scholars 2000

Correspondence regarding aMonthly Reviewpanel titled "After Seattle: A New Internationalism?" in the 2000 Socialist Scholars Conference

Box 11: Folder 12 Socialist Planning 2005-2009, undated

Includes drafts for talks and articles, reference materials, correspondence, and bibliographies of Marcuse's works

Box 11: Folder 13 De Soto 2003-2004, 2010

Comments on Donald A. Krueckeberg's "The Lessons of John Locke or Hernando de Soto: What If Your Dreams Come True?" with correspondence and reference materials; a draft titled "The Myth of Wealth Accumulation through Home Ownership

Box 11: Folder 14-15 South Africa 1993-2000

Drafts titled "Globalization and Local Development: A Comparative Perspective," "Mainstreaming Public Housing: For a Comprehensive Approach to Housing Policy," and "Thoughts on Integrations" written for various conferences in South Africa and or during his visiting professorship at the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, with correspondence, and reference materials

Box 11: Folder 16 Soviet Marxism 1993

Drafts titled "Herbert Marcuse on Real Existing Socialism: A Hindsight Look at Soviet Marxism" with correspondence

Box 11: Folder 17 Spatial Justice I 2001-2008

Notes for a talk in the Spatial Justice Conference at Université Paris X-Nanterre in 2008 with reference materials and schedules

Box 11: Folder 18 Spatial Justice II 2016

student responses on "Spatial Justice: Derivative But Causal of Social Injustice," the first series ofPlanning Ideas that Matter: 5 Faculty Debatesat MIT

Box 11: Folder 19 Sustainability 1994-1998, 2004, undated

Drafts titled "Sustainability is not Enough," correspondence, an article submission (by unknown) with reviews, and reference materials

Box 11: Folder 20 Sweden I 1981-1987

Reference materials on housing in Sweden

Box 12: Folder 1 Sweden II 2010

Drafts for talks at Göteborgs Universitet with correspondence and reference materials

Box 12: Folder 2-3 Talks 1996-2017

Drafts and outlines for various talks with reference materials

Box 23 Talks - Tapes 1987-2004

VHS tape: "Homelessness & Housing," New York Hotline #408, December 2, 1992; "Environmental Justice & Sustainable Development," 1st Annual Freedom Colloquium, Jackson State University, April 7, 2000; "Ground Zero," Kulturzeit, undated; "Um-Welt-Film," April 7, 2004; Cassette tape: "The Homeless People," Community Program Innovations, June 1987

Box 12: Folder 4 Tea Party 2009-2011

Drafts, collected papers, and clippings about Tea Party and everyday life

Box 12: Folder 5 Tel Aviv 2008

Drafts for a talk titled "What is to be sustained? The City for a Common Humanity?" in a conference at Tel Aviv University with notes, reference materials, correspondence, and brochures

Box 12: Folder 6 Toronto I 2006-2011

Drafts, workshop materials, and correspondence regarding a talk at "Policy Options for Maintaining Inclusive Neighbourhoods" Workshop (2006) by Community University Research Alliance and "Neighbourhood Inequality, Diversity, & Change: Research Challenges" symposium by Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (2011), both in Toronto

Box 12: Folder 7 Toronto II 2016-2017

Drafts, conference materials, and correspondence related to International Herbert Marcuse Society Conference (2017)

Box 12: Folder 8 Tradition 2006

Draft and outline of a paper for International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments (IASTE) with reviewer's comments

Box 12: Folder 9 Troubled Project 1993-1998

Drafts titled "Misreading the Problems of Public Housing: The Political, Legal, and Social Issues in the united States" and "Troubled Housing Projects, East and West: Proposal for a Comparative Policy-Oriented Study" with notes, collected papers, and clippings

Box 12: Folder 10 Trump 2016-2017

Drafts for blogposts on Trump

Box 12: Folder 11 Urbino 2015

Drafts, reference materials, and correspondence for a talk at The RC (Resourceful Cities) 21 Conference in Urbino, 2015

Box 12: Folder 12 Uprising 2012

Correspondence, conference materials, and drafts for blogposts related to Urban Uprising Conference in 2012

Box 12: Folder 13 Utopias 2003, undated

drafts and reference materials

Box 12: Folder 14 Vacancy 2010

Notes and reference materials

Box 12: Folder 15 Vancouver 2015

Drafts, notes, and conference materials regarding "Housing for All: A Series of Events on the Future of Public Housing" in Vancouver

Box 12: Folder 16-21 Vienna 1948-1985

Drafts titled "A Useful Installment of Socialist Work: Housing in Red Vienna in the 1920s" (final title) published inCritical Perspectives on Housingedited by Rachel Bratt, Chester Hartman, and Ann Meyerson with reference materials

Box 13: Folder 1 Wacquant 2004-2007

Correspondence and reference materials related to a research by Loïc Wacquant

Box 13: Folder 2 Waterbury 1972

Waterbury Housing Revitalization Program: A Report by Community Consultants, Inc. to Inner City Housing Corporation

Box 13: Folder 3 World Social Forum 2002-2007

Booklet, brochures, and correspondence related to World Social Forum

Box 13: Folder 4 World Urban Forum 2010

Draft, booklet, notes, correspondence, and other materials related to World Urban Forum in Brazil

Box 13: Folder 5 WTC - Center for an Urban Future 2001-2003

Newsletters and papers published by the Center for an Urban Future

Box 13: Folder 6 WTC - Civic Alliance 2002-2004

Reports, releases, and memos related to Civic Alliance to Rebuild Downtown New York

Box 13: Folder 7-9 WTC - Clippings 2001-2006, 2011
Box 13: Folder 10 WTC - Collected Papers 2001-2008

Mike Davis, "The Flames of New York"; Edward L. Glaeser and Jesse M. Saphiro, "Cities and Warfare: The Impact of Terrorism on Urban Form"; Robert W. Burchell et al., "The Regional Economic Consequences of 9/11: New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut"; Paul Kantor, "Terrorism and Governability in New York City: Old Problem, New Dillema"; Robert A. Beauregard, "Mistakes Were Made: Rebuilding the World Trade Center, Phase 1"; Jean-Michel Duclos, "The Impact of 9/11 on Paris and London"; Peter Eisinger, "The American City in the Age of Terror: A Preliminary Assessment of the Effects of 9/11"; Michael Sorkin, "The Center Cannot Hold (Everything)"; Susan S. Fainstein, "Ground Zero's Landlord: The Role of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey in the Reconstruction of the World Trade Center Site"; Igal Charney, "Reflections on the post-WTC skyline: Manhattan and Elsewhere"; Setha M. Low, "Spaces of Reflection, Recovery, and Resistance: Re-Imagining the Post-Industrial Plaza"; Robert Warren, "Situating the City and September 11: Military Urban Doctrine, 'Pop-Up' Armies, and Spatial Chess"

Box 13: Folder 11-12 WTC - Collected Reports 2001-2005

Reports, releases, memos, and transcripts by various private and public institutions

Box 13: Folder 13 WTC - Correspondence 2001-2011
Box 13: Folder 14 WTC - LMDC 2002-2006

Releases, reports, and presentation printouts created by the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation

Box 13: Folder 15 WTC - Mosque 2010

Drafts, correspondence, and clippings regarding the construction of Islamic cultural center and mosque planned near Ground Zero

Box 13: Folder 16 WTC - Overheads 2002, undated
Box 13: Folder 17 WTC - Writings, Drafts, and Notes 2001-2011

Includes "The Architectural Competition for the World Trade Center Site," "The Failure of U.S. Planning - The World Trade Center Case," and "The Tabooed After-Life of 9/11"

Box 13: Folder 18 York Avenue Estate 1989

Statements by various figures to support the designation of the City and Suburban Homes Company's York Avenue Estate as a landmark

Series III: Housing Authority

Box 14: Folder 1 Pre-History 1874, 1934, 1947

Clippings, a book excerpt, and a booklet titled "Nonprofit Housing Projects in the United States" by the United States Department of Labor

Box 14: Folder 2 National History: 1934-1945 1931-1987

Collected essays, correspondence with Gail Radford, and clippings

Box 14: Folder 3 National History: 1945-1980 1984-1985

Includes a collected draft written by Rachel G. Bratt with correspondence

Box 14: Folder 4 New York History: 1930's 1984-1986

Includes a draft titled "Public Housing in the United States in the 1930's: The Case of New York City," copies of images related to NYCHA projects, and notes

Box 14: Folder 5-7 New York History: 1934-1945 1934-1946, 1985

Includes clippings, letters, memos, excerpts, and other reference materials

Box 14: Folder 8 New York History: 1946-1980 1946-1980, undated

Includes clippings, letters, memos, excerpts, and other reference materials

Box 14: Folder 9 Administration 1953-1985

Includes profiles of NYCHA administrators, clippings, collected papers, and summary notes

Box 14: Folder 10 Admission 1935-1993

Includes clippings, memos, releases, application forms, charts, collected essays, students' papers, notes, and drafts regarding tenant selection

Box 15: Folder 1 Amalgamated Houses 1962, 1982, undated

Notice of referendum, collected paper, and copies of booklets

Box 15: Folder 2-3 Annual Reports 1934-1987

Various editions of NYCHA annual reports

Box 15: Folder 4-5 Architecture 1972-2004

Includes a draft titled "Does Architecture Matter?" and collected papers and reports, students' papers, clippings, and excerpts

Box 15: Folder 6 Archives 1984-1985, 1991

Includes correspondence, inventory lists, and processing reports regarding the Fiorello H. LaGuardia Archives' acquisition of NYCHA's archive

Box 15: Folder 7 Arson 1983-1996, undated

Clippings and excerpts

Box 15: Folder 8 Bibliographies 1953, 1976, 1984, 1993

Bibliographies on "Public Housing" by Peter Marcuse with notes; "The History of Low-Income Housing in New Yok City, 1900-1984: Bibliography" by Moon Wha Lee; "Reading List on Housing in the United States" issued by the office of the Administrator; and "Defensible Space and Security: A Partially Annotated Bibliography" by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

Box 15: Folder 9 Chronology 1965, 1969, undated

Includes "Housing in New York City: A Chronology," "Highlights of the History of New York City," and "NYCHA Chronology"

Box 15: Folder 10 City Program 1934-1986

Drafts, a NYCHA report titled "Housing without Cash Subsidy," NYCHA's "Survey of 23 Low Rental Housing Projects in New York City," notes, memos, letters, and other reference materials regarding local (city) government provision on housing

Box 15: Folder 11-13 Collected Papers & Reports: 1921-1960 1921-1957

Carol Aronovici, "Housing and the Housing Problem" andAmerica Can't Have Housing"; Edith Elmer Wood,Slums and Blighted Areas in the United States;One-Third of a Nation;What the Housing Act Can Do for Your City; CHPC, "Harlem Housing"; City Planning Commission, "Adoption of a City-wide Map Showing Sections Containing Areas for Clearance, Replanning and Low Rent Housing"; R. G. Tugwell, "Implementing the General Interest"; Federal Housing Administration,A Handbook on Urban Redevelopment for Cities in the United States; Herman T. Stitchman, "The Emergency in Housing" and "Housing Policy in the Expanding Region: A Return to Neighborhood Living"; WNBC, "Housing 1947"; Anthony F. C. Wallace, "Housing and Social Structure"; New York Chamber of Commerce, "Public Housing in New York City"; "Paul Tishman's View on Middle-Income Housing"; Elizabeth Wood, "The Small Hard Core" and "Public Housing and Mrs. McGee"; Robert F. Wagner, "Workable Program for Urban Renewal of the City of New York"

Box 16: Folder 1-3 Collected Papers & Reports: 1961-1980 1962-1979, undated

City Planning Commission, "1962-3 Urban Renewal Study Program"; Citizens Union and CHPC, "A Program for Community District"; Community Renewal Program, "New York City's Renewal Strategy"; Elizabeth Wood, "Social Planning: A Primer for Urbanists"; Institute of Public Administration, "Developing New York City's Human Resources: Volume II"; Pratt Planning Papers Volume 4 No.2 (March 1966); David A. Crane, "Planning and Design in New York"; William L. Rafsky, "Publicly Assisted Housing"; Institute of Public Administration, "'Let There Be Commitment': A housing, Planning and Development Program for New York City"; Walter Goodman, "The Battle of Forest Hills--Who's Ahead?"; The Massachusetts Union of Public Housing Tenants, "Your Rent & The Brooke Amendment" and "Leases and Grievance procedures for Public Housing"; Sherry Ann Suttles, "Reactions of Public Housing Tenants to the Design of Their Projects"; New York Urban Coalition's Housing Rehabilitation Task Force, "Report and Proposal"; Department of City Planning, "Proposed Fifth Year Community Development Program: Housing Assistance Plan"; a draft by L. H. Spence

Box 16: Folder 4-6 Collected Papers & Reports: 1981-1996 1982-1996, undated

Department of City Planning, "City Assistance for Small Manufactures"; Congressional Budget Office, "Federal Subsidies for Public Housing: Issues and Options"; "At Home in the New City: Housing in New York 1910-1983"; Cooper Square Committee, "Celebrating 25 Years of Cooper Square 1959-1984"; Norman I. Fainstein and Susan S. Fainstein, "The Politics of Urban Development: New York City Since 1945"; Douglas S. Massey and Adam Bickford, "The Effect of Public Housing on Black Segregation in U.S. Metropolitan Areas"; "Means Historical Cost Indexes 1988"; "1988 Dodge Square Foot Cost Data"; Doug Turetsky, "Neighborhoods Rising"; Sally-Hernandez-Pinero, "The Homeless and Public Housing in New York City"; Douglas S. Massey and Shawn M. Kanaiaupuni, "Public Housing and the Concentration of Poverty"; Nadia Venturini, "Nascita di un Complesso di Edilizia Popolare A New York: East River Houses"; David P. Varady, "Determinants of Neighborhood Satisfaction Among Public Housing Residents: Implications for the New Public Housing Program"; The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University, "Public Housing and Substance Abuse: Access to Treatment"

Box 16: Folder 7 Construction Management 1986

Memos from NYCHA officials

Box 16: Folder 8-9 Contracts 1984-1988

Contracts between Peter Marcuse, the Fiorello H. LaGuardia Archives, and NYCHA with correspondence and notes

Box 16: Folder 10 Correspondence 1984-1993
Box 16: Folder 11 Crime 1994-1996

Includes collected papers and clippings

Box 16: Folder 12 Determinants - Economic 1935-1936, 1987-1988

Collected papers, excerpts, clippings, and notes

Box 16: Folder 13 Determinants - Political undated

Notes and drafts

Box 16: Folder 14 Determinants - Social Control 1986

Correspondence with and a draft by Christian Topalov with notes

Box 16: Folder 15 Drugs 1989

Memo, report, and clipping regarding drug traffic in public housing

Box 16: Folder 16 Evaluation 1968-1969, 1984-1987

Includes copies of a paper titled "The Public Housing Program: Private Pacification or Public Purpose? A Cost-Benefit Analysis," notes, memos, correspondence, and collected papers

Box 16: Folder 17 Financial 1988

Excerpt from "New York City's Housing Crisis: Public Spending and Its Results, 1984-1987" by Citizens Budget Commission, September 1988

Box 17: Folder 1 First Houses 1934-1986

Includes letters, memos, releases, key plans, clippings, and summary notes

Box 17: Folder 2 Future Trends 1939-1997

Includes reference materials on Marine Drive Apartments, Buffalo, and collected papers, memos, releases, and clippings on public housing ownership

Box 17: Folder 3 Grant 1954-1973

Releases, lists, tables, and a fact sheet regarding General Grant Houses

Box 17: Folder 4 Graphs ca. 1985

Includes graphs on number of units, ethnic composition, application, and other matters in public housing between 1935 and 1985

Box 17: Folder 5 Harlem River Houses 1934-1988

Letters, reports, memos, key plans, collected papers, summary notes, and a draft

Box 17: Folder 6 Home Ownership 1984-1992

Collected papers, clippings, and memos

Box 17: Folder 7 Hope VI 1999-2002

Correspondence regarding Community Renaissance Fellows Program Conference discussing "Learning from Hope VI" at Yale University, March 2000, with a bibliography, a collected paper, clippings, and notes

Box 17: Folder 8 HUD 1994-1996, undated

Memos, reports, and clippings regarding the Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD's) programs

Box 17: Folder 9 Human Interest 1964, 1983-1988

Booklets by NYCHA, clippings, governmental reports, and Neighborhood journals

Box 17: Folder 10 Journal Article 1985

Drafts of "The Beginnings of Public Housing in New York" written for the Journal of Urban History

Box 17: Folder 11 Lectures 1989-1992

Teaching outlines for "PhD Seminar" and for "Seminar on the City"

Box 17: Folder 12 Legal 1951-1986

Excerpts, collected papers, and a booklet

Box 17: Folder 13 Management 1986-1993

Collected papers and clippings

Box 17: Folder 14 Manhattantown 1951

Copy ofManhattantown: Slum Clearance Plan Under Title I of the Housing Act of 1949

Box 17: Folder 15-19 Manuscript 1986-1989

Drafts of a book manuscript on the history of public housing in New York

Box 14: Folder 11 Maps 1982-1988

General maps of New York and specific maps regarding public housing, including maps published by the NYCHA and the Department of City Planning, City of New York

Box 18: Folder 1 Mayor's Committee for Better Housing 1955

Various reports written by the Mayor's Committee for Better Housing of the City of New York

Box 18: Folder 2 Middle Income 1935-1986

Notes, collected papers, clippings, memos, and letters

Box 18: Folder 3 Miscellaneous 1967-1998

Clippings, pamphlets, bulletins, etc. that were not contained within specific original folders

Box 18: Folder 4 Moses 1986-1989

Drafts titled "Robert Moses and Public Housing: Contradiction In, Contradiction Out," index of archival materials, correspondence, memos, transcripts, and releases related to Robert Moses' involvement as the Chairman of the City Committee on Slum Clearance

Box 18: Folder 5 National Tenants Organization 1989-1991

Includes a copy of a reprint of "The Rise of Tenant Organizations" published by The Nation, July 19, 1971, and materials from or on the National Tenants Organization

Box 18: Folder 6 Notes undated

Various notes that were not contained within specific original folders

Box 18: Folder 7 Other Programs 1987-2000

Notes, clippings, a booklet on programs by NYCHA

Box 18: Folder 8 Photos 1942-1984

Photographs (17) of various NYCHA projects and a set of photographs (6) regarding "New York City Housing Authority: Fifty Years of Photographic History, 1934-84" with press release

Box 18: Folder 9 Problem Estates 1994-1997

Includes reference materials regarding housing privatization primarily in Estonia

Box 18: Folder 10 Project Data 1977-1991

Various editions of NYCHA Project Data

Box 18: Folder 11-12 Projects 1937-2015

Notes, clippings, letters, memos, maps, and collected papers on various NYCHA projects including Jacob Riis Houses, Red Hook, Vladeck Houses, Lillian Wald Houses, Edwin Markham Houses, Forest Hills, Chelsea Houses, Bushwick Houses, and Queensbridge Houses

Box 18: Folder 13 Protest 1954-1976

Clippings, excerpts, memos, newsletters, and other reference materials

Box 18: Folder 14 Public Housing 1976-2000, 2015

Includes drafts titled "Interpreting 'Public Housing' History" and "Public Housing locational decisions," correspondence regarding journal and book contributions, and notes for a discussion on the evolution of NYCHA in 1999

Box 18: Folder 15 Publishing 1988-1991

Includes correspondence with publishers--including Columbia University Press, Temple Press, and Oxford University Press--about a book on the history of public housing in New York

Box 18: Folder 16 Race 1954-1993

Clippings, collected papers, and notes

Box 18: Folder 17 Rand 1968-1971

Various reports by the Rand Corporation

Box 18: Folder 18 Redevelopment undated

Draft titled "The Development of Redevelopment: Class Struggle and the 'Housing Question'"

Box 18: Folder 19 Rehabilitation undated

Contains notes

Box 18: Folder 20 Rent Levels 1987

Correspondence and data tables regarding rent levels in NYCHA housing

Box 18: Folder 21 Reorganization 1942-1960, undated

Notes, letters, memos, and clippings regarding the reorganization of the NYCHA

Box 19: Folder 1 Services 1947-1966, 1991

Clippings and a collected paper written by Richard Funderburg on community services provided by NYCHA

Box 19: Folder 2 Siphon 1982, 1988

Draft titled "Divide and Siphon: Housing Policy in New York City since the War," notes on the siphon effect in housing, and an edition of the Manhattan Report on Economic Policy, vol II. no. 6

Box 19: Folder 3 Site Selection 1936-1989

Includes articles, letters, maps, collected papers, notes, and correspondence regarding site selection in NYCHA projects

Box 19: Folder 4 Slums Undated, 1994

Drafts titled "Reforming the Space of the City" with a clipping

Box 14: Folder 12 State Public Housing 1938-1986

Includes letters, reports, articles, clippings, and collected papers primarily on Mitchell-Lama Housing

Box 14: Folder 13 Statistics 1946-1983

Tabulations showing racial distributions ("White," "Black," "Puerto Rican," and "Other") in NYCHA's housings

Box 19: Folder 5 Submission of Sites [1962]

Four booklets ofSubmission of "Authority" Sites to the City Planning Commissionby the NYCHA

Box 19: Folder 6-7 Tenant Data 1988, 1991

Tenant Data: Characteristics of Tenants as of January 1, 1988andTenant Data: Characteristics of Tenants as of January 1, 1991created by NYCHA Research and Policy Development

Box 19: Folder 8 Tenant Management 1984-1987

Report titled "Tenant Participation and Tenant Management Projects at the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority: Preliminary Assessment and Observations co-written by Harry J. Wexler and Peter Marcuse, collected papers and reports, clippings, and correspondence

Box 19: Folder 9 Tenant Selection 1976, 1984, undated

Audit report, manual, and text material regarding NYCHA tenant selection policies, procedures, and practices

Box 19: Folder 10 Tenants 1972-2004

Includes a published paper titled "Housing Movements in the USA" (1999), correspondence, notes, clippings, a booklet, and collected papers on tenants organizations

Box 19: Folder 11 Veterans 1946-1971, undated

Includes memos, letters, and clippings

Box 14: Folder 14 Vladeck Houses 1938-1989

Letters, basic information, clippings, and tabulations

Box 19: Folder 12 Welfare 1985

Correspondence with NYCHA administrator George Gross

Box 19: Folder 13 Williamsburg Houses 1934-1937

Key plans, letters, a booklet published by Public Works Administration

Box 19: Folder 14 William Reid 1958-1961

Drafts and transcripts of speeches, addresses, and talks by William Reid

Box 19: Folder 15 Women 1988

Notes and a collected draft on women's managerial roles in NYCHA housings

Series IV: Rent Control Study

Box 20: Folder 1 "The Uses and Limits of Rent Regulation" 1986

Final report by Peter Marcuse titled "The Uses and Limits of Rent Regulation: A Report, with Recommendations to Improve its Effectiveness in Meeting the Basic Needs of Tenants"

Box 20: Folder 2 Bibliographies 1966-1967

Bibliographies by W. Dennies Keating and Urban Studies Program, San Francisco State University

Box 20: Folder 3 Clippings 1981-1989
Box 20: Folder 4 Collected Papers and Reports: 1963-1977 1963-1977

Organized Tenants, Inc., "An Analysis of Rent Control from the Tenants' Viewpoint"; "New York City and State Rent Control with Respect to Vacancy Rates and Classes of Housing Accommodations"; George Fallis and Lawrence B. Smith, "Uncontrolled Prices in a Controlled Market: The Case of Rent Controls"; Joseph S. DeSalvo, "Reforming Rent Control in New York City: Analysis of Housing Expenditures and Market Rentals"; Ira S. Lowry, "Reforming Rent Control in New York City: The Role of Research in Policy Making"; Development Economics Group, Center for Urban Policy Research, Krooth and Altman, "Rent Control in the District of Columbia"; The Potomac Institute of Washington, D.C., "Rent Control in North America and Four European Countries"; An Analysis of New York City Rent Guidelines Board Order No. 10"; and excerpts

Box 20: Folder 5-6 Collected Papers and Reports: 1978-1982 1978-1982

John Ingram Gilderbloom (ed.), "Rent Control: A Source Book" featuring Peter Marcuse, "The Strategic Potential of Rent Control"; "Supplementary Report of Commissioners", Phillip Weitzman, "Economics and Rent Regulation: A Call for a new Perspective"; John N. Drobak, "Constitutional Limits on Price and Rent Control: The Lessons of Utility Regulation"; Kenneth Baar and Dennis Keating, :Fair Return Standards and Hardship Appeal Procedures: A Guide for New Jersey Rent Leveling Boards"; and excerpts

Box 20: Folder 7 Collected Papers and Reports: 1983 1983

Kenneth K. Baar, "Guidelines for Drafting Rent Control Laws: Lessons of a Decade"; J. R. Miron and J. B. Cullingworth, "Rent Control: Impacts on Income Distribution, Affordability and Security of Tenure"; Richard P. Appelbaum and John I. Gilderbloom, "Housing Supply and Regulation: A Study of the Rental Housing Market"

Box 20: Folder 8 Collected Papers and Reports: 1984 1984

Roger Sanjek, "Crowded Out: Homelessness and the Elderly Poor in NYC" (excerpt); Association for Neighborhood & Housing Development, "When the City Forecloses: Community and Owner Options"; Kenneth Baar and Richard LeGates, "Rental Housing Under the Berkeley Rent Stabilization Ordinance: A Survey of Tenants and Landlords"; J. David Hulchanski, "Market Imperfections and the Role of Rent Regulations in the Residential Rental Market"

Box 20: Folder 9-12 Collected Papers and Reports: 1985 1985

Richard J. Devine, "Who Benefits From Rent Control?"; Senate Democratic Task Force on Rental Housing, "1984 Annual Report of the Senate Minority Task Force on Rental Housing"; Community Development Department City of Los Angeles, "1984 Rental Housing Study Executive Summary"; Victor Bach, "Housing and the Poor: An Overview of Current Trends and Alternative Interventions"; Arthur D. Little, "New York: How Well it is Housed?" and "The Owners of New York's Rental Housing: A Profile"; W. Dennis Keating, "The Elmwood Experiment: The Elmwood Experiment: The Use of Commercial Rent Stabilization to Preserve a Diverse Neighborhood Shopping District" and "Landlord Self-Regulation: New York City's Rent Stabilization System 1969-1985"; New York State Tenant and Neighborhood Coalition, "Submission to the New York City Rent Guidelines Board"; Community Council of Greater New York, "Housing in New York City: Recent Findings and Implications of the 1984 Housing and Vacancy Survey"; New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal, "Report to the Legislature on the Management of the Office of Rent Administration"; Office of Policy and Economic Research, "Dependency: Economic and Social Data for New York City"; Urban Law and Policy, Volume 7 No.4/5; Richard A. Epstein, "Takings: Private Property and the Power of Eminent Domain" (excerpt)

Box 20: Folder 13-15 Collected Papers and Reports: 1986 1986

New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal, "Report to the Legislature on the Management of the Office of Rent Administration"; Arthur D. Little, "A Tale of Two Cities"; the Community Service Society, "Housing: Problem Analysis and Policy Direction" and "The Unintended Beneficiaries of Housing Policies: The Potential for Redistribution"; Christine Minnehan, "The Effects of Moderate Rent Controls" and "Effects of Costa on Rent Control"; Richard P. Appelbaum, "Regulation and the Santa Barbara Housing Market"; Blake Fleetwood & Kurt Eichenwald, "There's Nothing Liberal About Rent Control"; Housing Studies Vol. 1, No. 3; Kenneth Baar, "The Debate over California's Rental Housing Crisis Analysis, Ideology, or Avoidance?" and "Facts and Fallacies in the Rental Housing Market"; Stephen Malpezzi and C. Peter Rydell, "Rent Control in Developing Countries: A Framework for Analysis"; Michael J. Mandel, "Does Rent Control Make Tenants Better Off?"; Eugene J. Morris, "Report on Rent Control and Recommendations for Modifications"; Brad Schide, "A Proposal in Favor of Rent Control in the Province of British Columbia"; The Rent Stabilization Association of New York, "New York City: Housing Solutions"

Box 21: Folder 1-2 Collected Papers and Reports: 1987 1987

Hamilton, Rabinovitz & Alschuler, "From Management Support to Policy Analysis" and "How We Got Here from There: The Validity of the Biennial Adjustment to the Maximum Base Rent Formula"; Richard P. Appelbaum and John I. Gilderbloom, "The Impact of Modern Rent Control on Landlords and Tenants"; Arthur D. Little, "Housing Gridlock in New York"; W. Dennis Keating, "Landlord Self-Regulation: New York City's Rent Stabilization System 1969-1985"; Joint Assembly Committees' Investigation of Rent Administration in New York State, "Bleak House: DHCR at the Crossroads"; C. Peter Rydell, Michael P. Murray, "Rent Control in Los Angeles"; Edgar O. Olsem "What Do Economists Know about Rent Control?"; Ned Levine and Gene Grigsby, "The Impacts of Rent Control on Santa Monica Tenants"

Box 21: Folder 3-4 Collected Papers and Reports: 1988-1991 1988-1991

A. D. H. Crook, "Deregulation of Private Rented Housing in Britain: Investors' Responses to Government Housing Policy in the 1980s"; "The Impact of Modern Rent Control on Landlords and Tenants"; The World Bank, "Measuring the Costs and Benefits of Rent Control: Case Study by Design"; Brooklyn Law Review, Vol. 54, No. 3; Peter Salins, "Reflections on Rent Control and the Theory of Efficient Regulation"; Margery Austin Turner, "Rent Control and the Availability of Affordable Housing in the District of Columbia: A Delicate Balance"; Michael J. Burke, "Rent Control in new York City: A History and Analysis"; Richard P. Appelbaum et al., "Does Rent Control Really Cause Homelessness?"; William Tucker, "It's a Rotten Life: Rent Control and the Loss of Civility"; Citizens Budget Commission, "Reforming Residential Rent Regulations"

Box 21: Folder 5 Contract 1986

Includes consultant's agreement with the New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal

Box 21: Folder 6 Correspondence 1985-1989
Box 21: Folder 7 Letters 1984-1988

Letters, memos, releases, and bulletins by governmental agencies

Box 21: Folder 8 Hardship 1984-1986

Reference materials on rent increase based on hardship (fair rate of return)

Box 21: Folder 9-10 Legal 1975-1987

Acts, publications by the District of Columbia Rental Accommodations Office, proposed codes on rent stabilization, a syllabus of a court case relating to rent control, testimonies

Box 21: Folder 11 NGOs 1985-1988

Memos and fact sheets

Box 21: Folder 12 MCI 1986

Tabulations, memos, releases, collected papers, and notes on Major Capital Improvements

Box 21: Folder 13 Statistics 1985-1987, undated

Tabulations, graphs, and notes

Box 21: Folder 14 Working Papers 1985-1986

Includes drafts, notes, summaries, fact sheets, outlines, and timelines

Series V: Personal Papers

Box 22: Folder 1 Biographical Information undated

Curriculum vitae, resumes, and biographical narratives

Box 22: Folder 2 Christmas 2012, undated

Includes letters and poems for Christmas greetings

Box 22: Folder 3 Correspondence and Event Materials 1972-2000
Box 22: Folder 4 Course Evaluation 1992, undated

Evaluation of courses taught at Columbia University

Box 22: Folder 5-7 Diaries 1980-2013

Written in Classic Diary System (Mini Size) format, stored in boxes

Box 22: Folder 8 Dissertation 1972

Marcuse's dissertation for Ph.D. in Social Policies and Planning at University of California, Berkeley, titled "Home Ownership for Low Income Families: Legal and Financial Implications"

Box 22: Folder 9 FBI 1952-1969

Documents created by Federal Bureau of Investigation regarding the agency's surveillance of Peter Marcuse

Box 22: Folder 10 Pins undated

Collected pins for various campaigns, mainly on housing issues

Box 22: Folder 11 Thesis 1948

Marcuse's thesis for B.A. in History and Literature of the 19th Century at Harvard College titledThe Presentation of the Contemporary World in Joyce's Later Works+I344

Series VI: Special Format

3½-INCH FLOPPY DISKS
Box 23 McAfee
Box 23 Transfer
Box 23 Addresses
Box 23 Public Space
Box 23 Emails for Facebook
Box 23 Addresses Netscape
Box 23 Normal.dot
Box 23 Affidavits
Box 23 Bib N-Z
Box 23 Bib - Charts
Box 23 Internet Software for Windows
Box 23 Creative Class
Box 23 Enclave (1)
Box 23 Enclave (2)
Box 23 Internet Software for Windows
Box 23 Theory Ethics
Box 23 Ethics (1)
Box 23 Ethics (2)
Box 23 Ethics (3)
Box 23 GLO Course Spring 2004
Box 23 Globalism (Said)
Box 23 Glo Bib
Box 23 SA & Glo Course
Box 23 Israel
Box 23 Lincoln
Box 23 Lincoln
Box 23 Millennium
Box 23 Millennium
Box 23 Misc.
Box 23 Misc. (1)
Box 23 Misc. (2)
Box 23 Participatory Budgeting
Box 23 PMCV
Box 23 Property Spell Disk
Box 23 Property
Box 23 Public Housing Course
Box 23 Public Housing
Box 23 Site
Box 23 South Africa
Box 23 WTC-1
Box 23 WTC-2
Box 23 WTC
Box 23 Windows 95 Startup
Box 23 Norton Utilities
Box 23 Universal Boot Disk
Box 23 System Disk
Box 23 Norton Utilities
5¼-INCH FLOPPY DISKS
Box 24 Address+
Box 24 Courses
Box 24 Density
Box 24 HA Compare
Box 24 Introduction to Housing Course
Box 24 Letters 5
Box 24 From Andrew - Feb 92 Config Setup etc.
Box 24 Misc. 1
Box 24 NYC
Box 24 Planning History - NYC
Box 24 PMCV
Box 24 Poems
Box 24 Property (2)
Box 24 Quar
Box 24 Settings
Box 24 Slides
Box 24 Symposium Book
Box 24 US HSG
Box 24 Walls
Box 24 Yonkers Misc. 2
Box 24 Chron + Proj
Box 24 Back ND
Box 24 Corresp. Book Lnk
Box 24 HA-1 Misc.
Box 24 40 - HA Working
Box 24 HA-2
Box 24 HA3 Prot
Box 24 HA-4 REAC
Box 24 4A HA
Box 24 New Deal HA-1A
Box 24 PROT REAC
Box 24 WHY
Box 24 CHART, WKS
Box 24 CHART, WKS
Box 24 PW
Box 24 HA-Chart
Box 24 Abwick
Box 24 Bengt
Box 24 Ch
Box 24 10-Charter
Box 24 Charter
Box 24 43 Community Boards
Box 24 COMPHSG
Box 24 10B DDR1
Box 24 DDR2
Box 24 DDR/EXCURS
Box 24 DEAD1
Box 24 DEAD2:Colgate
Box 24 Displace A
Box 24 Displacement B
Box 24 Grid
Box 24 HM
Box 24 44 - Homeless
Box 24 Homeless 2
Box 24 HVS #1
Box 24 HVS #3
Box 24 HVS #2
Box 24 REC UPDATE
Box 24 Institutional Structure of Planning Course
Box 24 29 Legislation
Box 24 Letters 1
Box 24 Letters 2
Box 24 Letters 3
Box 24 Letters 4
Box 24 Oppress
Box 24 45 Oppress Amsterdam
Box 24 Public Housing Course
Box 24 Rent
Box 24 Rent Control
Box 24 PM Rent Control
Box 24 Self Help
Box 24 Socialist City
Box 24 Socialis
Box 24 Soviet M
Box 24 STASI
Box 24 Specialism Elderly
Box 24 State/Market
Box 24 URPE
Box 24 DCHART.2
Box 24 DX
Box 24 DX (Transfer Program)
Box 24 untitled
Box 24 untitled
Box 24 Software Bridge - System Disk
Box 24 SB.EXE - WPS - WP
Box 24 Back-up 22
Box 24 System BACKUP
Box 24 VPB - Lotus
Box 24 Lotus PROGRAMS
Box 24 VP Planner Plus
Box 24 Statistics
Box 24 WordPerfect
Box 24 Norton Utilities 5.0