First film is a tour of rental housing units which are environmentally sensitive and architectually attractive that have been financed and built by the non-profit agency, the Ecumenical Association for Housing to serve the needs of senior citizens, low income families and handicapped individuals. The second film reviews the history of the development of the non-profit housing organization, the Ecumenical Association for Housing, located in Marin County, California. The third film reviews the founding of EAH and shows how through creative blends of public and private financing and collaborative community efforts attractive low income housing can be financed and built.
Sound 1/2 inch videotape
1 Tape of 1
VIDEO/C 2719; b10837821 cabemrc_000029
Architecture--California--Marin County--Designs and plans Low-income housing--California--Marin County People with disabilities--Housing--California--Marin County Older people--Housing--California--Marin County Public housing--California--Marin County
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