11 images. Civil war on housing, 06 January 1952. C. R. Drake (Secretary); H.J.F. Hanemann (Chairman of Monterey Woods Improvement Association); Rose Hill Extension Project.; Caption slip reads: "Photographer: Olmo. Reporter: White. Assignment: Civil war (housing). 18 & 17: Pan shot; (related to situation covered in shots 8 & 10). #17: Foreground, below the $46,000 home estate (2 acres) of Mrs. Rae Dice Trumbull. rose Hill Extension project runs up to near side of house, then goes around back (back is to your right), then up along far side of house and on up the hill. #18: To left: Rose Hill Extension project cuts behind these $20,000 to $25,000 houses, on ridge; owners say project plans already have depreciated home values to extent of $750,000 total over the whole project. 3: Powerline, toward left near top of hill, marks boundary of project where it cuts behind the houses on the ridge, just mentioned. 20, L to R: C.R. Drake, secretary and H. J. F. Hanemann, chairman, of Monterey Woods Improvement Association, discussing encroachment of Rose Hill Extension project on their neighborhood, decreasing property values $750,000 in area. 8-10: Foreground, the $46,000 home estate of Mrs. Rae Dice Trumbull. Rose Hill xtension housing project runs up to far side of house, goes around back, then along near side, leaving it almost surrounded by planned project structures. Rows of buildings in far background are present 100 Rose Hill units, now to be expanded to 2100 more covering these vacant hills. 13 & 14: Closeup of some of the 90 shacks to be removed to make way for Rose Hill Extension project. 15 & 16: Long shot of some of the 90 shacks to be removed on Rose Hill Extension project. (Shacks in lower right foreground). Critics say small number of 'slums' do not support Housing Authority claims that the 2100 housing unit project is 'slum clearance', stressing that 85% of project area is vacant land".