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During World War I, increased construction costs and rents rose hit many households. The City of Stockholm quickly built shelters at several locations in the city. Some of these were erected around the area in betwen Rosenlundsparken and Ringvägen. The neighborhoods there were called Tumstocken & Stativet.
More information can be found in:
Sjöbrandt, Anders. Stockholm : staden som försvann. Stockholm, 2000. p. 126-129.
Alton, Jerk. "Tumstocken & Stativet in Memoriam." In: Arkitektur 1964.11 (Stockholm), p. 326-332.
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