Here’s a famous story: Alex Dow, manager of the Edison Illuminating Company of Detroit, saw promise in his young chief engineer, and in 1896, he invited the engineer to join him at a conference in New York. One night, at a dinner with Thomas Edison, Dow introduced his chief engineer thusly: “There’s a young fellow […]
60 years ago today, planning icon Robert Moses appeared on Longines Chronoscope, a 15 minute TV program from post WWII America to discuss planning practice with the city of New York. See how far we’ve come in such a short period of time!
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