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Land Development

Vol 6, No. 2 (Fall 1993)Vol 7, No. 1 (Spring/Summer 1994)Vol 7, No. 2 (Fall 1994)Vol 7, No. 3 (Winter 1995)Vol 8, No. 1 (Spring/Summer 1995)Vol 8, No. 2 (Fall 1995)Vol 8, No. 3 (Winter 1996)Vol 9, No. 2 (Fall 1996)Vol 9, No. 3 (Winter 1997)Vol 10,...

National Association of Home Builders (U.S)

Better! Cities & Towns.

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New Urban Publications

West Coconut Grove

The success of the CUCD work on the Grand Avenue Plan convinced the City of Miami to offer vacant lots for the development of affordable housing.  In 2002, a group of architecture students were assigned to produce three new designs for affordable ...

Buena Vista

The intent of the first study was to improve the infrastructure, character, and livability of the Buena Vista Historic District and neighborhood and to suggest methods for the preservation of its historic and cultural assets. The City of Miami Pla...

Student Publications

Works created by the students of The University of Miami School of Architecture

Photographs and Albums

Series I depicts 19th century "views" of Southern Florida and Staten Island. The photographs are visual documents of South Florida flora and fauna, native Seminole Indians, Bahamian settlers as well as the early European residents of Coc...

Munroe and Wirth Family Correspondence

In 1894, Ralph Munroe met his second wife Miss Jessie Wirth during a sailing trip with his friends Mr. and Mrs. Benton (Jessie Wirth was Mrs. Benton's younger sister). Ralph Munroe and Jessie Wirth were married in July 1895. The couple had tw...

Diaries, Calendars and Logs

The diaries, calendars and logs record the individual perspectives of members of the Munroe family during their travels and as they settle in the local Staten Island and Coconut Grove communities. For instance, Ellen Middleton and Thomas Munroe (R...

Camp Biscayne

The Bay View House, later known as the Peacock Inn, was the earliest hotel in the Bay area as of 1882. The inn was owned by English settlers, Charles and Isabella Peacock who maitained it until 1902. Ralph Munroe was a frequent winter visitor and ...


Series 5 includes typescripts of Ralph Munroe's memoir, The Commodore's Story, which he co-authored with his friend Vincent Gilpin. The book was published in 1930.

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