General Pamphlet Collection, Additions, Part 7: Port - Saunders

Date: 
ca. 1854-1989
Collecting Area: 

Subjects:

 

This inventory has been divided into nine parts:


General Pamphlet Collection, Additions, Part 1: Abattoirs - Bustleton Avenue
General Pamphlet Collection, Additions, Part 2: Camden, NJ - Culture
General Pamphlet Collection, Additions, Part 3: Day Care - Group Health
General Pamphlet Collection, Additions, Part 4: Haddington - Lyons
General Pamphlet Collection, Additions, Part 5: Mackey - Pensions
General Pamphlet Collection, Additions, Part 6: Philadelphia - Population
General Pamphlet Collection, Additions, Part 7: Port - Saunders
General Pamphlet Collection, Additions, Part 8: School - Unemployment
General Pamphlet Collection, Additions, Part 9: United Nations - Zoning

 

COLLECTION OVERVIEW

The Special Collections Research Center contains several pamphlet collections. These consist of published and unpublished materials usually received by the SCRC along with donated manuscript collections. The SCRC as a general policy retains only those pamphlets dealing with Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, and Delaware.

Additions to the General Pamphlet Collection contains pamphlets acquired in the last few years. These materials have not received the extensive processing that was devoted to pamphlets in the General Pamphlet Collection due to staff constraints. The pamphlets received a box/item location number and are only listed under a subject heading. Pamphlets in this collection are filed by subject.

 

RELATED MATERIAL

See also the General Pamphlet Collection and the Free Library of Philadelphia Pamphlet Collection.

 

 

Part 7: Port - Saunders

PORT

The advantages of the port of Philadelphia. Department of Commerce. Bureau of Port Operations. ND. NP. [883-1]

Handbook of the Delaware River port. Delaware River Port Authority. July 17, 1952. 68 pp. [912-10]

Move your plant to port instead of your cargo. It's cheaper. Especially if the port is Philadelphia. Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation. ND. NP. [917-11]

Outline of local port plan for the continued operation of the ports of the Delaware River duridng national emergency or natural disaster. Delaware River Ports' Council for Emergency Operation. October 23,

1961. [917-5]

Pier rents and leasing policies. ND. 20 p. [879-14]

Port facts. Delaware River Port Authority. Division of Port Development. January 1966. 14 p. [865-3]

Preliminary report on port Philadelphia labor conditions as relevant to the Department of Commerce, by Donald A. Crawford. April 1953. 19 p. [865-5]

Report on preliminary survey of the Delaware River port, by Knappen Engineering Company. Delaware River Joint Commission of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. February 1948. 145 p. [875-1]

Welcome aboard - Port of Philadelphia tour. Philadelphia Department of Commerce.

    Undated edition. [852-6]
    Second undated edition. [858-11]


PORT RICHMOND (SECTION)

Port Richmond redevelopment area plan. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. May 7, 1963. 13 p. [865-4]

POVERTY

Five-year progress report, 1967-1971. Philadelphia Anti- Poverty Action Commission. ND. 53 p. [905-3]

Summaries of programs funded by OEO. Philadelphia Anti- Poverty Action Committee. ND. NP. [843-6]

POWELTON (SECTION)

Certification of the Powelton area for redevelopment. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. May 10, 1950. 2 p. [890-11]

PRATT STREET

Pratt Street redevelopment area plan. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. June 19, 1962. 9 p. [911-4]

PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL

Physicians and surgeons. Presbyterian Hospital. September 1960. NP. [912-5]

PUBLIC BUILDINGS

The new public buildings on Penn Square, address of Hon. Benjamin Harris Brewster. July 1874. 35 p. [841-2]

The new public buildings on Penn Square in the City of Philadelphia. 1880. 38 p. [841-1]

Phonographic report of the proceedings. Joint Committee of Investigation of the Commissioners for the Erection of the Public Buildings. September 15, 1875. 116 p. [870-1]

Reply of the Commissioners for the Erection of the Public Buildings to the request of the Hon. Samuel A. King. 1884. [857-3]

Report of the Commissioners for the Erection of the Public Buildings to Hon. William B. Smith, Mayor of Philadelphia, of their operations uding the year 1884. 32 p.

PUBLIC HEARINGS

The right to be heard: a study of the use and abuse of public hearings in Philadelphia. Citizens' Council on City Planning. 1970. 48 p. [872-5]

PUBLIC HOUSING

Proposal to the Commonweatlh Department of Public Welfare to contract with the Philadelphia Housing Authority for the provision of Social Welfare Services to tenants of public housing. Philadelphia Housing

Authority. [1971]. VP. [871-14]

Public housing in Philadelphia: draft. Community Renewal Program. ND. 62 p. [873-12]

Reuse and improvements: high rise public housing - report and action plan. Ueland & Junkers, Architects and Planners. July 1979. 109 p. [872-2]

RAGWEED

A ragweed control program for Philadelphia. Bureau of Municipal Research. 1950. 42 p. [874-7]

RAILROADS

Agreement between City of Philadelphia and the Pennsylvania Railroad Company providing for the improvement of certain sections of the City east and west of the Schuylkill River...and a new passenger station

west of the Schuylkill River. November 27, 1946. 27 p. [884-3]

Agreement between the City of Philadelphia and the Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington Railroad Company...for the extension of time, as authorized by ordinance of January 31, 1929, for the completion of

the work, South Philadelphia track elevation. 12 p. [883-6]

...for the abolition of grade crossings in that part of the City lying south of Christian Street and between the Delaware and Schuylkill Rivers, as authorized by ordinance of October 30, 1925. 15 p. [882-3]

...providing for the abolition of railroad grade crossings in that part of the City lying south of Christian Street and between the Delaware and Schuylkill Rivers, etc., as authorized by ordinance of

February 14, 1914. 90 p. [882-4]

Agreement between the Pennsylvania Railroad Company and Pennsylvania Cold Storage and Market Company. October 11, 1904.

    No. 205. 12 p. [883-5]
    No. 206. 5 p. [883-6]


Agreement of consolidation and merger dated July 22, 1901 by and between the Connecting Railway Company... thereby forming the Connecting Railway Company. 28 p. [883-7]

Amendatory agreement between the City of Philadelphia and the Pennsylvania Railroad Company providing for the improvement of certain sections of the City east and west of the Schuylkill River, and for the

removal of the Filbert Street elevated railroad, the construction of an underground railway and station east of the Schuylkill River and a new passenger station west of the Schuylkill River. December 28,

1927. 32 p. [882-2]

Announcing the new organization of the Pennsylvania Railroad. Pennsylvania Railroad. [1958] 27 p. [883-17]

Closing Broad Street Station: information and instructions for employees incident to abandonment of Broad Street Station. Pennsylvlania Railroad. Eastern Region. Philadelphia Terminal Division. [1952] 27 p.

[891-2]

Consolidated mortgage of the Philadelphia, Germantown and Chestnut Hill Railroad Company. November 1, 1894. NP. [894-3]

Employee representation: the Pennsylvania Railroad plan, what it is, what it is not, how it works. Pennsylvania Railroad Company. 1920. 95 p. [878-3]

Facts about the proposed merger of the Pennsylvania and New York Central Railroads. The Penn-Central Merger Information Committee. ND. 44 p. [904-9]

First mortgage, the Connecting Railway Company to Girard Trust Company, Trustee. June 21, 1911. 25 p. [902-7]

History of the North Pennsylvania Railroad, by Jay V. Hare. Reading Company. January 1944. 31 p. [912-13]

Mortgage. Pennsylvania Railroad Company to the Fidelity Insurance, Trust and Safe Deposit Company, Trustees for $300,000. March 1, 1889. 15 p. [847-7]

Mortgage of the Connecting Railway Company to John P. Green, Trustee, to secure bonds amounting to $5,000,000. March 15, 1902. 20 p. [847-6]

Mortgage - Pennsylvania Railroad Company to the Fidelity Insurance, Trust and Safe Deposit Company, trustee for $200,000: Property in Water Street and Delaware Avenue south of Callowhill Street,

Philadelphia. September 1892. 15 p. [842-2]

One hundred years, 1846-1946, of transportation progress. Pennsylvania Railroad. ND. NP. [877-6]

The Pennsylvania Railroad and the Long Island Railroad: an analysis of their relations. Pennsylvania Railroad. 1951. 59 p. [876-5]

Philadelphia's new passenger terminal, by E. B. Temple. Pennsylvania Railroad. November 16, 1926. 11 p. [880-3]

PRR + NYC spells economic ruin for Pennsylvania, by Milton J. Shapp. April 20, 1963. 28 p. [871-17]

Philadelphia Belt Line Railroad Co.: voting trust agreement. 1891. Pp 132-153. [865-1]

Proceedings before the United States Railroad Labor Board, Chicago, July 8 and 9, 1921, containing statement of the position, policy and purpose of the Pennsylvania Railroad in its dealings with its

employees. 135 p. [877-18]

Reading Terminal/11th Street station: extracts from final report on the Center City commuter connection. Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission. October 1974. 23 p. [856-2]

Regulations governing the Pennsylvania Railroad Voluntary Relief Department. Pennsylvania Railroad. 1941. 47 p. [877-2]

Report on Center City connection between Pennsylvania Railroad and Reading Company, by Louis T. Klauder and Associates. Philadelphia Department of Public Property. July 1962. VP. [846-14]

Suggested amendments and proposed agreement between the City of Philadelphia and the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Committee on Transportation and Public Utilities. April 30, 1925. 24 p. [843-2]

Testimony of W. W. Atterbury, Vice-President in charge of operation of the Pennsylvania system before the United States Railroad labor Board, March 21-23, 1921. 211 p. [847-9]

RATS

Get rid of rats in your home and in your block. Philadelphia. Department of Public Health. Rat Control Project. ND. NP.
[899-12]

REAL ESTATE

Prints, documents and maps illustrative of Philadelphia real estate in the office of Mastbaum Bros. and Fleisher. 1926. 84 p. [877-4]

Rules and regulations of the State Real Estate Commission, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia Inquirer. May 1961. 15 p. [877-10]

REBOUND CHILDREN AND YOUTH PROGRAM. CHILDRENS HOSPITAL OF PHILADELPHIA.

Referral and follow up: An evaluative study. April 1970. VP. [846-6]

Whom do we reach? a study of service utilization patterns. Rebound Children and Youth Program. Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia. March 1970. 87 p. [858-24]

RECYCLING

Delaware Valley recycling guide. Clean Air Council. ND. 16 p. [884-7]

Position paper on neighborhood recycling, by Shirley Dennis. Housing Association of the Delaware Valley. April 25, 1978. 7 p. [862-2]

REDEVELOPMENT (SEE ALSO SPECIFIC AREAS)

Neighborhood attitudes toward redevelopment and rehabilitation: investigative report, by Charles W. Campbell. ND. NP. [841-9]

Philadelphia redevelopment areas. Philadelphia City Planning Commission.

    March 1965. [879-9]
    February 1967. [879-10]
    February 1969. [879-11]
    June 1971. [879-12]


Recommended program of public improvements, 1945 - 1950. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1944. 30 p. [856-4]

Redevelopment decisions, alternate uses and their influence on operating costs, by William H. Brown. Office of the Development Coordinator. ND. 62 p. [856-7]

Redevelopment in Philadelphia: Who pays? Who benefits? Community Involvement Council. June 1975. 70 p. [856-8]

Residential rehabilitation in urban renewal: summary of meetings with William W. Nash and John F. Havens. Redevelopment Authority of the City of Philadelphia. 1959. 8 p. [874-5]

REGIONAL PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT

How to plan for your comfort happiness and prosperity. Regional Planning Federation of the Philadelphia Tri-State District. ND. 15 p. [899-2]

A master plan for the Tri-State region. Fund for Regional Planning of the Tri-State District. ND. 39 p. [875-8]

Regional development reconnaisance - region 1. Pennsylvania State Planning Board. January 1966. 73 p. [856-13]

Regional planning and its relation to railroads and other public utilities. Fund for Regional Planning of the Tri State District. ND. 18 p. [855-4]

Regional planning and its relation to real estate development in the Tri-State District. Fund for Regional Planning of the Tri-State District. ND. 23 p. [855-3]

Regional planning: the region - past present & future. Regional Planning Federation of the Philadelphia Tri-State District. December 1931. 54 p. [855-1]

Regional review and comment. Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission. ND. NP. [846-5]

A system for classifying city and regional planning materials. City Planning Commission of Philadelphia. 1944. 39 p. [837-13]

The year 2000: a policy statement on regional development. Year 2000 Report No. 5. Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission. [847-22]

RELOCATION OF BUSINESS

Business relocation: a fact sheet for businesses relocated by redevelopment. Redevelopment Authority of the City of Philadelphia.
ND. 9 p. [895-7]
ND. 5 p [878-15]

Community renewal program: relocation of business and industrial firms. Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority. December 1966. 33 p. [890-15]

REPUBLICAN PARTY

Rules of the Union Republican Party of Philadelphia with number of election districts. Union Republican Campaign Committee. June 1896. 15 p. [876-12]

RIOTS

Riot control techniques. Philadelphia Police Department. ND. 11 p.

RITTENOUSE SQUARE

Rittenhouse Square master development plan. Adleman, Collins & DuTot, Landscape Architects. 1966. NP. [872-19]

The story of Rittenhouse Square, 1682-1951, by Marion Willis Martin Rivinus. 55 p. [854-9]

ROXBOROUGH (SECTION)

The Roxborough Manayunk area: a pre-planning study. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. December 21, 1955. 44 p. [868-1]

SAINT AUGUSTINE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH

Old St. Augustine's Cathoic Church in Philadelphia: historic shrine established in A.D. 1796, by Arthur J. Ennis. ND. 55 p. [877-24]

SAINT MARKS SQUARE (SECTION)

Saint Marks Square redevelopment area. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. October 1967. NP. [848-3]

SAUNDERS HOUSE

Addition to Saunders House, City Line and Lancaster Avenues, Lower Merion Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Merick, Pearson, Ilvonen, Batcheler. October 30, 1975. NP [882-8]
 

General Pamphlet Collection, Additions, Part 1: Abattoirs - Bustleton Avenue
General Pamphlet Collection, Additions, Part 2: Camden, NJ - Culture
General Pamphlet Collection, Additions, Part 3: Day Care - Group Health
General Pamphlet Collection, Additions, Part 4: Haddington - Lyons
General Pamphlet Collection, Additions, Part 5: Mackey - Pensions
General Pamphlet Collection, Additions, Part 6: Philadelphia - Population
General Pamphlet Collection, Additions, Part 7: Port - Saunders
General Pamphlet Collection, Additions, Part 8: School - Unemployment
General Pamphlet Collection, Additions, Part 9: United Nations - Zoning