New York: The Free Press, 1967/1968. Second Printing. Original Cloth. Octavo, pp. ix, 564, indexed, "each of the papers in this new collection represents a major step in his development of a coherent theoretical orientation in sociology" (from DJ). Very Good in Near Fine DJ. Item #5446
Ex-library Franziska Porges Hosken (1919 - 2006), with her ownership stamp (Viennese born, Smith College and Harvard School of Design educated - one of the first women to do an advanced degree with Gropius at GSD - she wrote a number of important works on architecture and urban history. See her 1968 published book "The Language of Cities," listed on our site.