Contains aerial photography, animation, and charts to show methods used by Indianapolis to effect slum clearance. Pictures city officials as they cite the need for rebuilding slum areas and tells of the founding in 1945 of the Indianapolis Redevelopment Commission outlining plans for future development as well as picturing results of past achievements. Points out the cooperative efforts of Flanner House as residents are assisted in the building of new homes, summarizes the accomplishments of the Commission, and views future plans for slum clearance.
"Produced for the Department of Redevelopment, whose entire program is paid for by the citizens of Indianapolis through local taxes."
Film Advisory Committee: John W. Coffman, Earl M. Friend, Lewis W. Gilfoy, Arthur M. Weimer.
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produced by Indiana University Audio-Visual Center.