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Joseph T. Bill oral history, 1991-approximately 1994
OH 18
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Title:

Joseph T. Bill oral history, 1991-approximately 1994

Creator/Contributor:

Online Archive of California

Abstract:

Joseph T. Bill was an urban planner who held a number of pivotal positions, in California and Washington, DC, after World War II. During his career, Bill served as Executive Director of the Community Redevelopment Agencies in Sacramento and Los Angeles, as Director of Planning for the architectural firm of William L. Pereira, and as a member of the New Communities Administration in Washington, DC. He also advised Chancellor Barbara Uehling and her staff on the Long-range Development Plan for UCSB. Interviewer: David E. Russell, [1991-1994?]. Interviewee(s): Joseph T. Bill, John C. Harkness, H. Ralph Taylor, Congressman James H. Scheuer, Yukio Kawaratani, Ray Hebert, Jack Bevash, James Langenheim, Niels Stoermer, Cesar Pelli, Edward Logue, Edward L. Barnes, Harry Cobb, Bruce Allen, and Edward Helfeld. [check if all these on tape list]. Transcript: Joseph T. Bill with David E. Russell, The Evolving City: Realizing the Dream (Santa Barbara: Davidson Library Oral History Program, 1994), 550 pages.

Date:

1991 (issued)

Note:

The collection is open for research.
Use governed by UCSB Special Collections policy.
Cite as: [Identification of item], Joseph T. Bill oral history, OH 18. Department of Special Collections, UC Santa Barbara Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.

Physical Description:

2.12 linear feet

Language:

English

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Origin:

No place, unknown, or undetermined

Copyright Note:

The collection is open for research.
Use governed by UCSB Special Collections policy.