|Contributions||Wacker, Charles Henry, 1856-, Chicago Plan Commission|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||137|
|LC Control Number||17008605|
Wacker’s Manual (), written by Walter D. Moody, was commissioned by the Chicago Plan Commission to promote adoption of Daniel Burnham and Edward Bennett’s Plan of champion, Charles H. Wacker, saw the plan as an indispensable tool to make Chicago a great metropolis and promoted this plan through a junior high school textbook. Excerpt from Wacker's Manual of the Plan of Chicago: Municipal Economy Chicago is destined to become the center of the modern world, if the opportunities in her reach are intelligently realized, and if the city can receive a sufficient supply of trained and enlightened citizens. Actuated by this belief, the author has mapped out the part Chicago school chil dren are to play in creating the Author: Walter D Moody. The Manual, commissioned by philanthropist Charles Wacker, was an urban history text and a contemporary treatise on the cultural and physical ambition of Chicago’s Plan. Wacker, who also served as the Plan’s Chairman, felt Chicago would fulfill its destiny as 'the center of the modern world,' only if its youth were well-educated in the Seller Rating: % positive. Creator: Walter D. Moody Source: Chicago Historical Society (ICHi) The Electronic Encyclopedia of Chicago © Chicago Historical Society.
Full text of "Wacker's manual of the plan of Chicago: municipal economy" See other formats. Wacker's manual of the plan of Chicago. [Chicago], [Printed by H.C. Sherman & Co.],  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Walter D Moody; Charles H Wacker; Chicago Plan Commission. Wacker's manual of the plan of Chicago. [Chicago, Printed by Calumet Pub. Co.] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Walter D Moody; Charles H Wacker; Chicago Plan Commission. Wacker’s Manual of the Plan of Chicago. A plan was developed in an attempt to help Chicago earn the status of a world class city, such as Paris, Berlin, and New York at the time. The key priorities of this plan were to ensure commercial gains, achieve its purpose and the final outcome.
Walter D. Moody, , hardcover soiled, Chicago plan com., many illus.. hard to find. Buy the Hardcover Book Wacker's Manual Of The Plan Of Chicago: Municipal Economy by Walter Dwight Moody at , Canada's largest bookstore. . Charles Henry Wacker (29 August – 31 October ), born in Chicago, Illinois, was a German American businessman and was Vice Chairman of the General Committee of the Commercial Club of Chicago, and in was appointed Chairman of the Chicago Plan Commission by Mayor Fred A. Commission chairman from to , he championed the Burnham Plan Alma mater: University of Stuttgart, University of Geneva. The cover of Wacker's Manual of the Plan of Chicago, including the subtitle, Municipal book went through several revisions through the second decade of the twentieth century. The original edition included a very self-congratulatory chapter on the planners.