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“Arcosanti.” Cosanti Foundation2012. http://www.arcosanti.org.

 

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Liebold, Stephanie. “The myth of Arcosanti: are there angry naked hippies living in the desert?” Travelcraft Journal, 29 Apr. 2014. Web.

 

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PLEASE NOTE — I acquired archival photos from the Cosanti Foundation, as well as photos through Creative Commons on FlickR, to support the historical details of this project. I also obtained photos from international sources whom I could not photograph myself.

 

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