A practical method for the collection and analysis of housing and urban environment data an application of color infrared photography by Los Angeles (Calif.). Community Analysis Bureau.

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Statementa report by the Los Angeles Community Analysis Bureau ; prepared by Study Development and Programs Division ; Charles W. Johnson, manager ; Robert H. Mullens, II, project analyst.
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