King, Clyde L. (Eds.) (1924) The automobile:its province and its problemsPhiladelphia, The American Academy of Political and Social Science,MLA Citation
King, Clyde L., eds. The Automobile: Its Province And Its Problems. Philadelphia: The American Academy Of Political And Social Science, 1924. Print.
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The automobile: its province and its problems.
Editor in charge of this volume: Clyde L. King.
|Names:||King, Clyde L.|
|Published:||Philadelphia, The American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1924.|
Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science ; v. 116.
|Topics:||Automobiles. | Automobile industry and trade - United States. | Traffic regulations - United States. | Roads - United States.|
|Genres:||Essays | Essays.|
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|110||2 |aAmerican Academy of Political and Social Science.|
|245||14|aThe automobile:|bits province and its problems.|cEditor in charge of this volume: Clyde L. King.|
|260|||aPhiladelphia,|bThe American Academy of Political and Social Science,|c1924.|
|300|||avii, 292 pages|billustrations (maps, plans) diagrams (1 folded)|c24 cm.|
|490||1 |aIts Annuals, vol. 116 [no. 205]|
|504|||aIncludes bibliographical references and index.|
|505||0 |aForeword by the editor.--The services of the automobile.--The manufacture and sales of automobiles.--The automobile, the home, the school and the church.--The place of the motor in our transportation system.--The building and financing of motor highways.--Safety on the highways through traffic regulation.--City plans for motor traffic.--International problems growing out of the development of the automobile industry.--The services of automobile associations and the universities.--Book department.|
|505||00|tThe motor's part in transportation /|rRoy D. Chapin --|tThe automobile and allied trades and industries /|rAlfred H. Swayne --|tThe automobile and American agriculture /|rJohn M. McKee --|tThe motor's part in public health /|rJohn C. Long --|tThe automobile and the pioneer /|rWilliam Joseph Showalter --|tLinking up railroad and water transportation /|rDorsey W. Hyde, Jr. --|tThe automobile and recreation /|rM.H. James --|tThe economic future of the automobile industry /|rCharles Clifton --|tMachinery and its effect upon the workers in the automotive industry /|rCharles Reitell --|tFinancing the sale of automobiles /|rJ.A. Estey --|tFinancing the automobile /|rHenry G. Hodges --|tThe automobile and the "Home" of the future /|rJohn F. Harbeson --|tThe purity of roadside drinking water--what Pennsylvania is doing /|rW.G. Turnbull --|tCamping sites in public parks and forests /|rL.F. Kneipp --|tThe automobile and the traveling library--the book wagon service /|rKatherine Tappert --|tConsolidation of schools and pupil transportation--the use of the automobile in education /|rLeRoy A. King --|tInfluence of the automobile on the city church /|rJames J. Coale --|tWhat the automobile has done to and for the country church /|rWarren H. Wilson --|tFunction of the motor truck in reducing cost and preventing congestion of freight in railroad terminals /|rT.C. Powell --|tDistribution of gasoline and methods of price control /|rHuston Thompson --|tThe billboard and the public highways /|rJ. Horace McFarland --|tThe taxicab--its service and regulation /|rWilliam A. Schnader --|tPublic regulation of motor bus service /|rDelos F. Wilcox --|tThe highway business--what Pennsylvania is doing /|rWilliam H. Connell --|tHighway transportation /|rJ. Gordan McKay --|tHighway location /|rW.W. Crosby --|tTaxation of motor vehicles in the United States /|rJames W. Follin --|tThe financing of highways /|rT.H. MacDonald --|tThe storage of dead vehicles on roadways /|rWilliam P. Eno --|tSafeguarding traffic--a nation's problem--a nation's duty /|rGeorge W. Graham --|tTraffic violations and the court--Detroit's violation bureau /|rSolon E. Rose --|tThe automobile and the police /|rArch Mandel --|tProtective measures for the automobile and its owner /|rE. Austin Baughman --|tThe automobile and community planning /|rJohn Ihlder --|tTraffic transportation planning and metropolitan development--the need of an adequate program /|rJ. Rowland Bibbins --|tThe New York City motor traffic problem /|rHarold M. Lewis --|tThe plan of Chicago in 1924--with special reference to traffic problems and how they are being met /|rE.S. Taylor --|tThe plan of Philadelphia /|rJohn Irwin Bright --|tPhiladelphia's traffic problems and their solution /|rJ. Borton Weeks --|tThe traffic problems in Detroit and how they are met /|rT. Glenn Phillips --|tReduction of street traffic congestion by proper street design--how St. Louis is meeting its problem /|rHarland Bartholomew --|tThe traffic commission of Los Angeles--its work on the traffic problem /|rPaul G. Hoffman --|tThe export trade in automobiles /|rH.H. Kelly --|tThe relation of the automobile industry to international problems of oil and rubber /|rHarry T. Collings --|tThe rubber industry and the automobile /|rJ. Walker Drake --|tThe development of the foreign oil policy of the United states /|rHenry C. Morris --|tWhat is the job of the trade association? /|rAlfred Reeves --|tServing the motorist--the work of the national motorists' association /|rRichard H. Lee --|tServices of the American Automobile Association /|rErnest M. Smith --|tThe place of the university in good roads and automobile transportation /|rArthur H. Blanchard.|
|650||0|aAutomobile industry and trade|zUnited States.|
|650||0|aTraffic regulations|zUnited States.|
|650||7|aAutomobile industry and trade.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00822961|
|700||1 |aKing, Clyde L.|q(Clyde Lyndon),|d1879-1937,|eeditor.|
|776||08|iOnline version:|aAmerican Academy of Political and Social Science.|tAutomobile.|dPhiladelphia, The American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1924|w(OCoLC)602512755|
|830||0|aAnnals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science ;|vv. 116.|