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Results 1 to 10 of 10 for "grant houses"

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    Columbia Daily Spectator 3 November 1960
    ... order to save their rapidly-deteriorating surroundings. (Tomorrow: The General Grant Houses)
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 4 November 1960
    ... the Morningside Gardens cooperative and the fed-erally-sponsored low-income General Grant Houses. The combined project, completed in 1957, provides modern ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 7 November 1960
    ... At the same time, final plans for the General Grant Houses were announced. The low-in-come project was constructed in ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 9 December 1960
    ... residents of the red-bricked apartment buildings of the General Grant Houses, located on West 123 rd Street between Broadway ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 9 March 1961
    ... Morningside Gardens cooperative and the federally -sponsored low-income General Grant Houses, both of which were completed in 1957. They ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 15 December 1961
    ... as Morningside Gardens, sponsored by Columbia University, and General Grant's Houses are sources of hope. Even if friction between ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 15 March 1962
    ... the Morningside Gardens, a middleincome cooperative, and the General Grant Houses, a federally sponsored, low-income housing unit. MHI has ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 16 September 1963
    ... with the Morningside Gardens middleincome cooperative and the General Grant Houses, low-income pub i; o housing. Through its Youth ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 5 May 1966
    ... on the northern, fringe of the neighborhood, the' General Grant Houses and Morningside Gardens, a phalanx of esthetically sterile ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 13 December 1966
    ... by on $20 a month. Except for the low-income Grant Houses on 125 th St.and the more fashionable Morningside ...