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(Feola was an employee at T.D. Donovan and Associates beginning in 1965 and worked on the planting scheme for several sections of Springhill Lake. He later became a partner in the firm.)
David Holtz. Interview by Dale Winling. Potomac, MD. 23 July 2005. (Holtz was a partner in the Cohen Haft firm and was responsible for much of the land planning of the development.)
“Cohen Haft AIA & Associates.” Promotional Brochure. Silver Spring, MD. 1960.
“Over All Site Plan.” 24 Mar 1965. City of Greenbelt Planning and Economic Development.
“Springhill Lake Chataqua.” Greenbelt Museum.
“Springhill Lake.” Promotional brochure, 2004. http://www.aimco.com. Accessed 13 May 2005.
“Springhill Lake.” Project Summary, 2003. http://www.dpz.com/projects.htm. Accessed 18 July 2005.
Notes on Sources
Greenbelt Museum. Greenbelt, MD.
The city-run Greenbelt Museum has, in addition to a restored Greenbelt row house, staff that researches and interprets the history of the city. Though maintaining an artifact or document collection is not a high priority for them, the staff are familiar with a wide range of Greenbelt-related sources.
Tugwell Room. Prince George’s County Memorial Library. Greenbelt, MD.
This is the most extensive collection of materials available on the history of the city. Including archives of the city’s newspaper, the News Review, (ne Cooperator); maps and photos of Greenbelt; clippings files from regional newspapers; and library of planning books and periodicals, the Tugwell room is a rich resource for future research.
National Archives II. College Park, MD.
Archives II houses the federal government’s files on the Resettlement Administration, the Farm Security Administration, the Federal Works Agency,