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Chicago has demolished its high-rise public housing projects and replaced them with mixed-income, new urbanist style communities. But where have the displaced tenants gone?
An architectural historian examines the extraordinary career of a pioneering woman architect, who started her career in the Oak Park studio of Frank Lloyd Wright.