William Lieberman papers
Transportation planner William Lieberman received his B.A. in Biology from Northeastern University in 1968, and his Master of Regional Planning degree in Transportation and Urban Planning from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. A Charter Member of the American Institute of Certified Planners, Lieberman has held positions in both the public and private sector over a 40 year career. From 1984-2001, he was Director of Planning and Operations for the San Diego Metropolitan Transportation Agency, and is currently the Transportation Planning Coordinator for CHS Consulting Group, a transportation planning and engineering company in San Francisco. The majority of the collection relates to transportation and urban planning in Boston in the 1960s and 1970s. Included are photos taken by Lieberman of railroads and construction projects, photographs of Boston street scenes in the 1940's from the Boston Traffic Department, transportation reports published by the Boston Redevelopment Authority and the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, Boston Redevelopment Authority project maps and site plans, and a series of Boston Globe supplements on Boston's history and redevelopment. Also included are photographs from a 1970 anti-war protest in New Haven, CT, and from a Martin Luther King memorial march in Boston in April 1968. The collection is unprocessed. 93/12, RS11/S2
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- ca. 1948-1975
1.40 cubic feet (1.40 cubic feet in 1 manuscript box, 2 rolled tubes, and 1 small newspaper box.)