Beautification opportunities are inherent in flood damage prevention projects Address by James E. Goddard before the Governor's Conference on BeautificationMaterial type: TextSeries: Wright CollectionPublisher: Raleigh, NC. 1966Description: 3 pages : 28 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Flood damage preventionOther classification: FLOD.90.GodJ21966 Online resources: Contact ASFPM librarian for access
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|FLOD.90.GodJ1965 TVA Experience in Reducing Flood Hazards||FLOD.90.GodJ1966 Solving flood problems through cooperative action||FLOD.90.GodJ21960 Flood damage prevention in the Tennessee Valley||FLOD.90.GodJ21966 Beautification opportunities are inherent in flood damage prevention projects||FLOD.90.GodJ31966 Emerging program for managing flood losses||FLOD.90.GraA1956 Planning for local flood damage prevention||FLOD.90.HDACE1994 In the Tug Fork Valley: Flood Proofing Technology|
7-8 April, 1966
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