Architecture and Planning ETDs

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Many citizens of Albuquerque, New Mexico, recognize the significant development that has taken place in their community since World War II. While this progress is commendable, it should be further recognized that nearly all activity has been initiated and contained by the Federal Government. In a study done by the Fourth-Year Architecture Design class of 1966, information collected suggests that Albuquerque can continue to lead in research and development as its primary industry.

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School of Architecture and Planning

First Committee Member (Chair)

Thomas R. Vreeland Jr.

Second Committee Member

James J. Jarrett

Third Committee Member

Don Paul Schlegel


This is a bachelor's thesis presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Architecture.

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