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Davis, What is Market Value, Appraisal Journal, January 1960. Disposition of Improvements by the State Highway Departments,

Committee on Right-of-Way, American Association of Staté

Highway Officials, 1962. Hess, Excess Lands: California's Concept and Conduct of Marginal

Land Acquisition, Right-of-Way, December 1962. Hess, The Importance of Lead Time, Right of Way, February 1962. Informational Guide for a Training Program of Right-of-Way Person

nel, American Association of State Highway Officials, Washington,

D.O., 1962. Kazdin, The Zone of Reasonable Doubt, Appraisal Journal, October

1962. MacBride, Psychology of Right of Way Negotiations, Right of Way,

June 1962. Manual for Highway Severance Damage Studies, U.S. Department of

Commerce, Bureau of Public Roads, U.S. Government Printing

Office, Washington, D.C., 1961. Ratcliff, A Restatement of Appraisal Theory, The University of

Wisconsin, Bureau of Business Research and Service, 1963. Right of Way Acquisition, An Informational Guide to negotiations

by right-of-way agents of the Division of Highways, Department of Public Works, Highway Transportation Agency, State of

California, January 1962. Skinner, Report on the Land Acquisition Program of the Boston

Redevelopment Authority, by Meredith and Grew, Inc., July, 1963. Streukens, Estimating Appraisal Fees and Contracting for Appraisal

Services, Eighth Annual National Seminar, American Right of Way

Association, Minneapolis, Minnesota, May 1962. Tully, the Pros and Cons of Appraisal Legislation, Appraisal and

Valuation Manual of the American Society of Appraisers, 1961. Wisconsin Colloquium on Appraisal Research, Papers and Proceedings,

University of Wisconsin, March 1933. See also, the comprehensive Bibliography_on Right-of-Way Acqui

sition, compiled by library staff of U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Public Roads, January 1964.

C. STUDIES AND REPORTS OF THE EFFECTS OF DISPLACEMENT IN URBAN

AREAS, AND RELATED MATTERS

Alivisos, An Effective Program for the Relocation of Businesses from

Urban Renewal Areas, Prepared by the Massachusetts Department of Commerce and the Bureau of Public Affairs of Boston College for the Urban Renewal Administration, Housing and Home Finance

Agency, Washington, D.C., July 1963. Business Relocation Caused by the Boston Central Artery, Economic

Base Report 6, of the Greater Boston Economic Study Committee,

April 1960. Community Services and Family Relocation, the Report of a Demon

stration project by the District of Columbia Redevelopment Land

Agency, April 1964. Conference on Research Problems in _Urban Renewal, Jointly

Sponsored by Connecticut Urban Renewal Association and Institutes of Public Service and Urban Research, University of Connecticut, Papers and Proceedings, April 1964.

Demonstration Project in Relocation,

in cooperation with the Bureau of Relocation, Department of Real Estate of the City of New York, Report of the Committee on Family and Child Welfare and the Committee on Housing and Urban Development, Department of Public Affairs, Community Service Society of New York, April

1962. Displacement of Small Business From a Slum Clearance Area:

The Experience in Mount Royal Plasa, Baltimore, Maryland, Baltimore Urban Renewal and Housing Agency, June 1959. Essays on the Problems Faced in the Relocation of Elderly Persons,

University of Pennsylvania, Study of the Relocation of Elderly Persons, Sponsored by the Ford Foundation, Institute for Urban Studies, University of Pennsylvania, National Association of

Housing and Redevelopment Officials, June 1963. Family Relocation under Urban Renewal in Connecticut, Problems

and Proposals in a Typical Federal Government Program Involving Relocation, Report of the Connecticut Advisory Committee to the

United States Commission on Civil Rights, July 1963. Fried and Gleicher, Some Sources of Residential Satisfaction in ad

Urban "Slum," Journal of the American Institute of Planners

XXVII, 4 (1961). Harris, An Interim Report on: Neighborhood Conservation in New

York City, The Housing and Redevelopment Board, the City of

New York, June 1963. Hartman, The Housing of Displaced Families, Journal of the American

Institute of Planners, November 1964. Howes, Crisis Downtown, A Church Eye-View of Urban Renewal,

National Conference of Catholic Charities, Washington, D.C.,

December 1959. Kinnard and Malinowski, The Impact of Dislocation from Urban

Renewal Areas on Small Business, Small Business Management Research Reports, Prepared by the University of Connecticut for the Small Business Administration, Washington, D.C., July 1960,

with Addendum, 1964. Mayer and Goldstein, The First Two Years: Problems of Small Firm

Growth and Survival, Prepared by Brown University for the Small Business Administration, Washington, D.C., 1961. National Federation of Independent Business, Report on Survey of

Adequacy of Compensation Paid to Firms Forced to Relocate

Operations due to Government Construction Projects, August 1963. Not Without Hope, A Report and Recommendations on Family

Relocation by Committee on Housing, Community Service Society

of New York, March 1958. Olken, A Follow-Up Study of the Businesses Dislocated from the West

End Urban Renewal Project Area in Boston, Massachusetts, prepared in connection with requirement for Master of City Planning

Degree, Harvard University, May 1963. Panuch, Relocation in New York City, Special Report to Mayor

Robert F. Wagner, December 15, 1959. Reynolds, The Human Element in Urban Renewal, the Journal of

The Public Welfare Association, Vol. 19, April 1961. Relocation and Management Associates, Inc., New York, New York,

A Relocation Analysis for the City of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, March 1964.

Saalberg, A study of Business Dislocation Caused by the Boston Central Artery, A Thesis in Partial Fulfillment of Requirement for a Degree of Master in City Planning, Massachusetts Institute of

Technology, June 1959. Zimmer, Rebuilding Cities, The Effects of Displacement and Reloca

tion on Small Business, Prepared by Brown University for the Small Business Administration, Washington, D.C.; Also published by Quadrangle Books, Inc., Chicago, Illinois, 1964.

D. STUDIES AND REPORTS OF THE EFFECTS OF LAND TAKINGS AND

DISPLACEMENT IN RESERVOIR PROJECTS

Johnson and Goodman, Negative Impacts of Garrison and Oahe

Reservoirs, North Dakota State University of Agriculture and

Applied Science, Department of Agricultural Economics, April 1962. Gallagher and Hodny, A Report to the Missouri River States Com

mittee: Experience in Land Acquisition by the Corps of Engineers

as Related to the Oahe Reservoir in North Dakota, 1962. Roges, Effects of Flood Control Projects on Agriculture, Station

Bulletin 449, Agricultural Experiment Station, University of New

Hampshire, April 1958. Land Purchase at Gavins Point Reservoir, A Report to the Nebraska

and South Dakota Coordinating Committees for Missouri Basin Development by the Joint Subcommittee on Reservoir Problems,

July 1954. TVA Land Acquisition Experience Applied to Dams in the Missouri

Basin, Bulletin 432, South Dakota State College, August 1953. Reducing Adverse Effects of Reservoirs, Great Plains Council Publi

cation No. 6, Kansas Circular 293, Kansas State College of Agri

culture and Applied Science, October 1952. Some Local Impacts of Reservoirs in South Dakota, Agricultural

Economics_Pamphlet 46, South Dakota State College, June 1953. Some Local Problems in Connection with Harlan County Reservoir

and Treston, Endes, and Medicine Creek Reservoirs, and Studies needed on local problems in large reservoirs, Reports Nos. 1, 2, and 3_to the Nebraska Coordinating Committee for Missouri Basin Resource Development by its Subcommittee on Local Impacts of Nebraska Reservoirs, February, November, and December

1951. Local Effects of the Wappapello Reservoir, Wayne County, Missouri,

with Suggestions for Lessening Undesirable Effects of Reservoirs, Missouri Division of Resources and Development, February 1950.

E. STUDIES OF THE EFFECTS OF LAND TAKINGS FOR INTERSTATE HIGHWAY

PROJECTS IN FARM OPERATIONS

Vlasin, Pendleton, and Hedrick, The Effects on Farm Operating

Units of Land Acquisition for Controlled-Access Highways, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economics Research Source, Farm Economics Division, June 1962. Pine and Hovey, Impacts of Interstate Highway 70 on Farmers in

Trego County, Kansas, Agricultural Economics Report No. 100, Kansas State University, November 1961.

Gensurowsky and Smith, How Farmers Adjusted to an Interstate

Highway in Minnesota, a study by the University of Minnesota, Departments of Agricultural Economics and Geography, under contract with the Minnesota Highway Department in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Public Roads, September 1960.

APPENDIX I

TABLES OF CONTENTS FOR EACH PUBLIC HEARING OF THE SELECT SUBCOMMITTEE ON REAL PROPERTY ACQUISITION

A

276

Hearings held on

July 29, 1963, Knoxville, Tenn., and August 1, 1963, Paris Landing,

Tenn., concerning real property acquisition practices and adequacy
of compensation to property owners and tenants in land acquisitions
by the Tennessee Valley Authority and the U.S. Army Engineers Page 1

and in federally assisted programs of urban renewal and highways... 1, 137 Statement of

Antle, Jordan L., chief, real estate division, office of the district

engineer, Nashville district, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.---- 145, 276 Ayers, John, Chairman, TVA Condemnation Commission..

75 Bledsoe, Mrs. Mary, Sweetwater, Tenn.

98 Boy, G. L., Jonesboro, Tenn...

103 Boy, George, Jonesboro, Tenn.-

103 Bryan, Thurman, Golden Pond, Ky--

256 Burnley, Edwin R., chief, appraisal branch, real estate division,

office of the district engineer, Nashville district, U.S. Army Corps
of Engineers.

200 Caldwell, E. R., Dover, Tenn..

252 Coker, Robert J., Chief, Land Branch, Division of Property and Supply, Tennessee Valley Authority-

13 Cowling, E. W., Jr., Buying Section, Land Branch, Division of

Property and Supply, Tennessee Valley AuthorityCupp, L. L., Knoxville, Tenn..

117 Davis, W. D., Platte County, Mo..

229, 278 Davis, Mrs. W. T., Eddyville, Ky.

243 Dɔnaho, James, Huntsville, Tenn.. Dunbar, Cuylar, Montgomery County, Tenn.

270 Earhart, Mrs. Irene, Stewart County, Tenn..

250 Frye, Miss Pauline, Sweetwater, Tenn .

98 Gibson, Rev. W. C., Sweetwater, Tenn..

98 Glenn, J. Philip, mayor, Kuttawa, Ky-

236 Goldsmith, Geoffrey, Trigg County, Ky.

251 Halcomb, Anderson, Clinton, Tenn..

114 Hardaway, P. W., Kuttawa, Ky.

245 Harris, Batson, Montgomery County, Tenn...

272 Harrison, Woodrow, Montgomery County, Tenn...

271 Hayes, Charles B., Jr., chief, acquisition branch, real estate division,

office of the district engineer, Nashville district, U.S. Army Corps
of Engineers

179, 278 Heiskel, E. B., Jr., Sweetwater, Tenn..

98 Heiskel, Mrs. E. B., Sweetwater, Tenn..

98 Herndon, Porter, Dover, Tenn...

254 Holden, William R., Assistant to Director of Reservoir Properties,

Division of Reservoir Properties, Tennessee Valley Authority -- 122 Hopkins, Zeb, Dover, Tenn..

253 Landiss, B. L., Cumberland City, Tenn.

261 Link, Judge M. A., Stewart County, Tenn..

248 McClure, 1. V., Clarksville, Tenn..

264

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i The page numbers Usted below refer to printed hearings of the Select Subcommittee on Real Property Acquisition.

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