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|Contributions||Sternberg, Barbara, 1923-,|
|LC Classifications||NA4510 C7 S8 1971|
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|Number of Pages||319|
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Author Barbara Edwards Sternberg was born in England. She has a B.A. in Sociology from the London School of Economics. Emigrating to the United States with her husband-to-be, architect Eugene Sternberg (,) she came with him to Denver.
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My mother, Barbara Edwards, studied sociology at the London School of Economics. Early in their relationship, in their respective fields, they both served on the re-planning project of Milton, a small village northeast of. Pointing up the vital role of these institutions in meeting current community needs, it takes a look at community centers and student unions from a social, community, and architectural point of view.
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