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Lesson Plans


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Thu, 9 Oct 1997 01:21:46 -0400 (EDT)

In response to question from OSU students, renee and ?.

I am also interested in Paolo Soleri. For info on him, check your library
for him as a subject and as an author. Here at the University of Arizona we
have 10 listing by him and some items in a special collection section, which
I have yet to see. But if you are in a real hurry, check out the Arcosanti
website, at It's a huge site, and it has info on
Soleri also. Also use his name or Arcosanti in a subject search on your
computer. There are many sites on Arcosanti, but I have only looked at the

Good luck! And if you find yourself interested in talking about Soleri and
Arcosanti futher, just let me know. I plan to continue investigating these
subjects, as I think they have a great deal of potential as subjects for
elementary students.

mark g.