Existing and Proposed Housing Projects

Existing and Proposed Housing Projects
To keep up with demand for an increasingly impoverished area, need for public hosing increased even as support for the social cause decreased in the mid 1960s and beyond. Here, a map of the Cleveland area shows the large housing projects such as Cedar-Central and Outhwaite. The majority of housing projects were on Cleveland’s east side and central/downtown neighborhoods because whites refused to accept public housing in most outer neighborhoods. | Date: February 16, 1961 | Source: Cleveland Memory Project, Cleveland State University Library,Special Collections
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