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Part Two: (II) Value and Rent of Nonfarm Residential Real Estate, 1930 and 1934

David L. Wickens

Chapter in NBER book Residential Real Estate: Its Economic Position as Shown by Values, Rents, Family Incomes, Financing, and Construction, Together with Estimates for All Real Estate (1941), David L. Wickens (p. 18 - 37)
Published in 1941 by NBER

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