Organizational Response To The Great Chicago Snowstorm Of 1967
Disaster Research Center
In this report we will first describe the situation in Chicago after the snowfall, particularly noting in what way the life of the community was disrupted and what needed to be done to restore the normal flow of community processes. This will be followed by a series of descriptions of the major organizations involved in the community restoration effort. This part will include not only account of the activities of the involved organizations, but also a number of observations on the problems they encountered. A very brief statement on the overall implications of the findings of this study for other major community emergencies will conclude this report. "Note: pages 1,15,25 and 28 are missing."
Organizational Response, Great Chicago Snowstorm