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This appendix includes a selected bibliography of materials concerning the law of eminent domain, land acquisition practices, and special studies and reports, which is divided into the following categories: A. Legal Periodicals and Publications. B. Land Acquisition Practices and Procedures, and Related Matters. C. Studies and Reports of the Effects of Land Takings and Dis

placement in Urban Areas, and Related Matters. D. Studies and Reports of the Effects of Land Takings and Dis

placement by Reservoir Projects. E. Studies of the Effects of Land Takings for Interstate Highway

Projects on Farm Operations. Abend, Federal Liability_for_Takings and Torts: An Anomalous

Relationship (1963), 31 Fordham L. Rev. 48. Aesthetics as a Justification for the Exercise of the Police Power or

Eminent Domain (1955), 23 George Washington L. Rev. 730. Aigler, Measure of Compensation for Extinguishment of Easement

by Condemnation, 1945 Wisconsin L. Rev. 5. Air Law-Constitutional Law Eminent Domain-Easements-Nui

sance-Noise Nuisance which creates substantial interference with use and enjoyment of land is a “taking” of property in the constitutional sense. Thornburg v. Port of Portland, 376 P. 2d 100 (Oreg. 1962). (1963) (note) 41 Texas L. Rev. 827. Airplane Noise: Problem in Tort Law and Federalism (1961) (note),

74 Harvard L. Rev. 1581. American Economic Mobilization (1942), 55 Harvard L. Rev. 516. Baker, and Altfeld, Maryland's New Condemnation Code (1963),

23 Maryland L. Rev. 309. Baker, Aesthetic Zoning Regulations (1926),

25 Michigan L. Rev. 124. Ball, The Jural Nature of Land (1928), 23 Illinois L. Rev. 45. Ball, Intergovernmental Conflicts in Land Acquisition: Adjustment

for Maximum Public Benefit (1949), 10 Ohio State L. Jour. 30. Beatty, Just Compensation and the Opinion Witness in Eminent

Domain Proceedings (1946), 7 Federal Bar Journ. 183. Beatty, The Eminent Domain Procedure Act, XXXII (1963–1964),

Jour. of the Bar Association of the State of Kansas, No. 2, p. 125. Beiswanger, Montana's Condemnation Procedure—The Inadequacy

of the Commission System" of Determining Compensation (1963),

25 Montana L. Rev. 105. Bergs, Aesthetics as a Justification for the Exercise of the Police

Power or Eminent Domain (1955), 23 George Washington L. Rev.

730. Bethel, Legal Fees and the Flexible Experience Scale (1963), 51 Illinois Bar Journ, No. 11, 888.

Bishop and Phelps, Enhancement in Condemnation Cases (1960),

13 Alabama L, Rev. 123. Blair, Federal Condemnation Proceedings and the Seventh Amend

ment (1927), 41 Harvard L. Rev. 29. Boden, Wisconsin Small Claims Practice Under Chapter 299: A

Discussion and Some Suggestions (1963), 47 Marquette L. Rev. 38,: Boyer and Wilcox, Economic Appraisal of Leasehold Valuation in

Čondemnation Proceedings (1963), 17 University of Miami Rev.

245. Browder, Condemnation of Future Interests (1962), 48 Virginia

L. Rev. 461. Brown, Reservation of Highway and Street Rights-of-Way by

Official Maps (1964), 66 West Virginia L. Rev. 73. Burke, The Lawyer Meets the Appraiser-Witness (1959), 38 Nebraska

L. Rev. 495. Burns, Evidence of Value in Eminent Domain-A Primer (1961),

5 South Texas L. Jour. 335. Byse, Proposed Reforms in Federal "Nonstatutory" Judicial Review: Sovereign Immunity, Indispensable Parties, Mandamus (1962),

75 Harvard L. Rev. 1479. Campbell, The Limited-Access Highway: Some Aspects of Com

pensation (1962), 8 Utah L. Rev. 12. Carter, Pre-trial in Condemnation Cases-A New Approach (1956),

40 American Judicature Society Jour. 78. Charity Versus Social Insurance in Unemployment Compensation

Laws (1963), 73 Yale L. Jour. 357. Change in Constitutional Doctrine Through Legislation: Some

Recent Developments (1950) (note), 63 Harvard L. Rev. 861. Colvin, Property Which Cannot be Reached by the Power of Eminent

Domain (1929), 78 University of Pennsylvania L. Rev. 1. Compensable Values in Federal "Taking” of Damsites (1962), 14

Stanford L. Rev. 800. Compensation for Condemnation: Recent Wyoming Development

(1963) (note), 17 Wyoming L. Jour. 246. Compensation for Moving Expenses in Eminent Domain (1960)

(note), 6 St. Louis University Law Jour. 232. Condemnation and the Lease (1958) (note), 43 Iowa L. Rev. 279. Condemnation-Valuation-Admissibility in Evidence of Sale Price of

Comparable Property (1963) (note), 12 Kansas L. Rev. 118. Condemnation of Part of the Duration of an Interest-Just Compensa

tion (1949) (note), 10 Ohio State Law Jour. 83. Conrad, An Analysis of Licenses in Land (1942), 42 Columbia L. Rev.

809. Consequential Damages and "Just Compensation" in Federal Con

demnations (1951) (note), 18 University of Chicago L. Rev. 349. Constitutional Law: Due Process—Taking Property for Private Use

(1949) (note), 10 Ohio State L. Jour. 91. Constitutional Law: Eminent Domain-Consequential Injury (1963)

(note), Jour. of Air Law and Commerce 72. Constitutional Law: Eminent Domain-"Just Compensation" Does

not Include Payment of Interest from Time of "Taking” to Day of

Trial (1962) (note), 14 South Carolina L. Q. 431. Constitutional Law: Eminent Domain-Governmental Liability for

Nuisance (1963) (note), Cornell L. Q. 116.

Constitutional Law: Eminent Domain-Taking of Land by a Nuisance

(1963) (note), 17 Southwestern L. Jour. 308. Constitutionality of Excess Condemnation (1946) (note), 46 Columbia

L. Rev. 108. Constitutionality of State Payment To Relocate Utilities (1959) (note),

38 Nebraska L. Rev. 553. Control of Access by Frontage Roads-Police Power of Eminent

Domain (1963) (note), 11 Kansas L. Rev. 388. Controlled-Access Highways in Iowa (1958), 43 Iowa L. Rev. 258. Cormack, Legal Concepts in Cases of Eminent Domain (1931), 41 Yale

L. Jour. 221. Corwin, The "Higher Law" Background of Constitutional Law (1928

1929), 42 Harvard L. Rev. 149. Corwin, Constitutional Aspects of Federal Housing (1935), 84 Uni

versity of Pennsylvania L. Rev. 131. Corwin, Marbury v. Madison and the Doctrine of Judicial Review

(1914), 12 Michigan L. Rev. 538. Covey, Control of Highway Access (1959), 38 Nebraska L. Rev. 407. Covey, Freeway Interchanges: A Case Study and an Overview (1961),

45 Marquette L. Rev. 21. Covey, Frontage Roads: To Compensate or Not To Compensate

(1961), 56 Northwestern University L. Rev. 587. Covey, Highway Protection Through Control of Access and Roadside

Development, 1959 Wisconsin L. Rev. 567. Covey, Right of Access and the Illinois Highway Program (1959),

47 Illinois B. Jour. 634. Cromwell, Loss of Access to Highways: Different Approaches to the

Problem of Compensation (1962), 48 Virginia L. Rev. 538. Cromwell, Some Elements of Damage in Condemnation (1958), 43

Iowa L. Rev. 191. Crouch, Valuation Problems Under Eminent Domain (1959), 4 Wis

consin L. Rev. 608. Curtis, Just Compensation in Eminent Domain Proceedings (1956),

35 Nebraska L. Rev. 250. Cunningham and Tischler, Equitable Real Estate Mortgages (1963),

17 Rutgers L. Rev. 679. Degnan, The Law of Federal Evidence Reform (1962), 76 Harvard

L. Rev. 275. Duguit, Compensation of Losses for War (1919), 13 Illinois L. Rev. 565. Distinguishing Eminent Domain from Police Power and Tort (1963)

(note), 38 Washington Law Rev. 607. Dolan, "Just Compensation" and the General Motors Case (1945),

31 Virginia L. Rev. 539. Dolson, X Comparison of Land Contracts and Other Security Devices

in Kentucky (1963), 32 University of Cincinnati L. Rev. 435. Dukeminier, Zoning for Aesthetic Objectives: A Reappraisal (1955),

20 Law & Contemp. Prob. 218. Dunham, Griggs v. Allegheny County, In Perspective: Thirty Years

of Supreme Court Expropriation Law, The Supreme Court Review

(1962), The Law School, The University of Chicago, p. 63. Eminent Domain: Benefits Conferred Upon Property by Public Use

(1949 (note), 10 Ohio State L. Jour. 74.

Eminent Domain: Compensation-Unrevoked Municipal License

Coupled With Improvements May be Compensable Property

Interest (1963) (note), 49 Virginia L. Rev. 168. Eminent Domain: Condemnation of Private Property for a Non

Public Purpose (1963) (note), 9 New York L. Forum 364. Eminent Domain: Cost of Removal of Property (1957) (note), 36

Oregon L. Rev. 180. Eminent Domain: County Liable for "Taking" of Air Easement over

Property Adjacent to Airport Runway, Griggs v. County of Allegheny, Pa., 369 U.S. 84 (1962). (1963) (note) Vol. XXIII. Mary

land L. Rev. 96. Eminent Domain: Damages-Cost of Moving Personal Property

Rejected as a Separate Element of Damages (1964), 49 Iowa L.

Rev. 606. Eminent Domain: Damages-Substitute Cost Rule Applied in State

Condemnation of Public School Property (1963) (note), 49 Iowa

L. Rev. 193. Eminent Domain: Damages-Taking of Public School Property

(1963) (note), XV Baylor L. Rev. 84. Eminent Domain: Effect of Partial Taking on a Lease (1962) (note),

14 Baylor L. Rev. 232. Eminent Domain: Enhancement in Value Due to Anticipated Public

Project (1964) (note), 26 Georgia B. Jour. 349. Eminent Domain: Factors To Be Considered in Determining Com

pensation (1963) (note), 14 Mercer L. Rev. 447. Eminent Domain: Landowner Denied Attorney's Fees Upon Aban

donment of Proceeding by the Condemnor (1962), 46 Minnesota

L. Rev. 654. Eminent Domain: Licensed Use of Public Street-Right of Action for

Taking (1963) (note), 48 Iowa L. Rev. 703. Eminent Domain: New York Extends the “Public Use" Doctrine to the Taking of Land for World Trade

Trade Center

Center (1963) (note), 32 Fordham L. Rev. 372. Eminent Domain: Oregon Supreme Court Holds Aircraft Noise Nui

sance_Sufficient for Constitutional Taking of Private Property,

1963 Duke Law Jour. 563. Eminent Domain: Rights and Remedies of an Uncompensated Land

owner (1962) (note), Washington University L.Q. 210. Eminent Domain: Substantial Interference With Beneficial Use of

Property From Noise and Fumes Caused by Adjacent Military Aircraft Operations Held Not a Constitutional Taking (1963) (note),

111 University of Pennsylvania L. Rev. 837. Eminent Domain; Taking of Land on Margins of Turnpikes (1953)

(note), 33 Boston University L. Rev. 523. Eminent Domain: Time as of Which Damages Are Assessed (1949)

(note), 10 Ohio State L. Journ. 79. Eminent Domain Valuations in an Age of Redevelopment: Inci

dental Losses (1957), 67 Yale L. Jour. 61. Expanded Use of Excess Condemnation (1959), 21 University of

Pittsburgh L. Rev. 60. Expropriation-Consequential Damages Under the Constitution

(1959) (note), XIX Louisiana L. Rev. 491. Freeways and the Rights of Abutting Owners (1951), 3 Stanford L.

Rev. 298.


Fisher, Benefits Conferred Upon Property by Public Use (1949), 10

Ohio State L. Jour. 74. Freedenberg, Constitutional Law-Eminent Domain-Power of State

To Condemn Land for Low-Cost Housing and Transfer to the

United States (1941), — Michigan L. Rev. 457. Garbarino, Limited-Access Highways and Public Utility User (1958),

3 Villanova L. Rev. 489. Gardner, The Massachusetts Billboard Decision (1936), 49 Harvard

L. Rev. 869. Gleaves, Leasehold Problems in Eminent Domain (1955), 21 Los

Angeles Bar Bulletin 3. Goldstein, Economic Evidence in Right-of-Way Litigation (1961), 50

Georgetown L. Jour. 205. Goldstein, Rice, Lavelle, The Discovery Process in Highway Land

Acquisition (1964), 33 Public Roads, Journal of Highway Research

21. Government Immunity and Liability-Tucker Act—No Liability for

Noise, Smoke, and Vibrations Made by Jet Planes Flying Over Land Adjacent to That of Plaintiff (1963) (note), 16 Vanderbilt L.

Rev. 430. Government Not Required to compensate Homeowners When

Damage From Airplane Operations Not Due to Direct Overflights

(1963) (note), 63 Columbia L. Rev. 755. Grant, The "Higher Law” Background of the Law of Eminent

Domain, 1931, Wisconsin L. Rev. 67. Grether, and Caha, Nebraska: First To Revise Highway Laws With

Own Staff (1955), 35 Nebraska L. Rev. 76. Goodrich, Billboard Regulation and the Aesthetic Viewpoint With

Reference to California Highways (1929), 17 California L. Rev. 120. Haar, and Hering, The Determination of Benefits in Land Acquisition

(1963), 51 California L. Rev. 833. Hagman, Special Benefits in Road Cases: Myths and Realities,

Sixth Annual Institute on Eminent Domain, Southwestern Legal

Foundation, Dallas, Tex., May 164. Hanify, Elements of Damages in Eminent Domain-A New England

View (1954), 34 Boston University L. Rev. 1946. Hays, United States v. Causby: An Extension Thereof (1961), 3

William & Mary L. Rev. 36. Heaney, New Eminent Domain Law and the Wisconsin Practitioner,

1960 Wisconsin L. Rev. 430. Heaney, Some Observations on Representing a Landowner in a

Highway Condemnation (1958), 32 Wisconsin B. Bull. 24. Heaney, Valuation of Property for Highways Under Eminent Domain,

A Doctoral Thesis at the University of Wisconsin Law School; Condensation published by Automotive Safety Foundation, Wash

ington, D.C. Helstad, Issues in Recent Highway Condemnation Litigation 1946–

1961 (1964) pursuant to Contract No. CPR11-8002, as amended, between the University of Wisconsin and the United States Depart

ment of Commerce, Bureau of Public Roads. Highway Condemnation-Compensation For Limited Highway Ac

cess and Diversion of Traffic, note, 1959 Wisconsin L. Rev. 667. Highways-Flood Damage-Proposed Modification of Common Enemy

Rule (note), 1963 Wisconsin L. Rev. 649.

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