Trussville, Alabama by Gary Lloyd download in ePub, pdf, iPad
The presence of so many community facilities within the project limited interactions between the project's residents and their neighbors. Local landscape architect W. Most of the one- and two-level homes were constructed in the American four-square style with brick and wood siding, pine floors and metal roofs. Each house had electricity, hot-and-cold running water, and a sewer connection.
It was on this date the City of Trussville was adopted as the official name. Many residents participated in an amateur softball league which made use of a lighted field on the mall. Oak furnishings and appliances were also available to renters at a nominal cost from the government.
The village featured paved streets, sidewalks and landscaped park areas. Truss was a North Carolina man of English descent.
Roosevelt's Government Resettlement Administration during the s.
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