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Carl Freeman. “Springhill Lake Grows Fast in Five Year Span.” Washington Post. 24 June 1967: E4.
Matt McDade, “$328 Million Roads Plan Is Proposed In D.C. Area.” Washington Post. 14 Dec 1952: M1.
Betty McDevitt, “Express Highway System Plans Revealed for Md.-Capital Area.” Washington Post. 21 Nov 1944: 1.
Editorial. “Modernizing Highways.” Washington Post. 21 Dec 1952: B4.
Willmann. “4 Builders Carry the Ball.” Washington Post. 24 June 1961: B14
Willmann, John B. “City Living Goes to Suburbia.” Washington Post. 7 Oct., 1961: B1
Fishman, Robert. Urban Utopias in the Twentieth Century: Ebenezer Howard, Frank Lloyd Wright, Le Corbusier. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1977.
Howard, Ebenezer. Garden Cities of To-Morrow. London: S. Sonnenschein, 1902.
Karatzas, Daniel. Jackson Heights A Garden in the City: The History of America’s First Garden and Cooperative Apartment Community. Jackson Heights, N.Y.: Jackson Heights Beautification Group, 1990: 31.
Knepper, Cathy. Greenbelt, Maryland: Living Legacy of the New Deal. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2002.
Stein, Clarence. Toward New Towns for America. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1957.
Williamson, Mary Lou, and Sandra Lange, eds. Greenbelt: History of a New Town, 1937-1987. Virginia Beach: Donning Co., 1997.
Jack Cohen. Interview by Dale Winling. Washington, DC. 8 June 2005. Cohen was the founder and a principal of Cohen Haft AIA and Associates, which planned and designed Springhill Lake.
Brenda Cooley. Interview by Dale Winling. Greenbelt, MD. 6 July 2005. (Cooley was a resident of Springhill Lake for four years, who subsequently moved into a private, Greenbelt single-family residential subdivision with her family.)
Richard Feola. Interview by Dale Winling. Gaithersburg, MD. 23 June 2005.