General Pamphlet Collection, Part 44: Tabular-Tourism

Date: 
ca. 1847 - 1988
Footage: 
approx. 10,000 pamphlets
Collecting Area: 
Subjects: 

 

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 These consist of published and unpublished materials usually received by the SCRC along with donated manuscript collections.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.

The General Pamphlet Collection contains approximately 10,000 items filed in document boxes and assigned a box/item location number. The inventory below is arranged by title. Separate indices by author and subject are available only in the SCRC reading room.

 

RELATED MATERIAL

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

 

This inventory has been divided into forty-seven parts:

Part 1: A.C.T.I.O.N-Allens

Part 25: Nurses-Organizing

Part 2: Allocation-Applying

Part 26: Origin-Pennsport

Part 3: Appraisal-Battle

Part 27: Pennsylvania-Phase

Part 4: Beacon-Bucks

Part 28: Philadelphia-Philadelphia Needs

Part 5: Budget-Carson

Part 29: Philadelphia 1950-Philadelphia's Future

Part 6: Case-Cities

Part 30: Philadelphia's General-Plan

Part 7: Citizen-Commonwealth

Part 31: Planned-Poverty

Part 8: Community-Conservation

Part 32: Powelton-Programs

Part 9: Consolidation-Dedication

Part 33: Progress-Proposed

Part 10: Defending-Developments

Part 34: Pros-Real

Part 11: Diagnosis-Eastwick

Part 35: Reallocation-Rejuvenation

Part 12: Econometric-Estimates

Part 36: Relation-Report from

Part 13: Evaluation-Final

Part 37: Report Number-Report of

Part 14: Finances-Furnished

Part 38: Report on-Resident

Part 15: Future-Guiding

Part 39: Residential-School

Part 16: Haddington-Hope

Part 40: Schuykill-Soil

Part 17: Hospital-Housing

Part 41: Soldier-States

Part 18: How-Individual

Part 42: Statistical-Summarized

Part 19: Industrial-Its

Part 43: Summary-System

Part 20: Jails-Living

Part 44: Tabular-Tourism

Part 21: Local-Master

Part 45: Toward-University's

Part 22: Material-Mutual

Part 46: Unlawful-Wharton

Part 23: Myths-New

Part 47: What-Zooming

Part 24: Newark-Number

 

 

Part 44: Tabular - Tourism



A TABULAR PRESENTATION OF PHILADELPHIA'S 1955 OPERATING BUDGET, 1955-1960 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM AND 1955-1966 CAPITAL BUDGETS. Bureau of Municipal Research. 1955. 19 pp. [550-3]

TACONY CREEK FREEWAY: CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, PRELIMINARY REPORT. Gannett Fleming Corddry and Carpenter, Inc., Engineers. 1958. 85 pp. [326-19] Contents: Includes 38 plates showing aerial views, profiles and grades and sections of the Freeway.

A TALE OF THREE CITIES: DECENTRALIZATION AND COMMUNITY CONTROL. Report number 4. Philadelphia. School District. 1968. 101 pp. [600-10]

A TALE OF TWO CITIES. National Urban League. No date. No paging. [555-6]

TANGUY HOMESTEADS: A COOPERATIVE COMMUNITY. 8 pp. ca. 1945. [435-18] Contents: Descriptive booklet of development in Delaware County, Pennsylvania.

TANNER G. DUCKREY ENDORSED FOR HOUSING AUTHORITY MEMBER-SHIP; NAACP News Release, January, 1945. 1 pp. Philadelphia. [388-12]

TARGET INDUSTRIES. Analysis. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1980. 87 pp. [639-17]

TARGET INDUSTRIES. Industry descriptions. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 1980. 19 pp. [639-16]

TARGET INDUSTRIES PROFILE: MACHINERY. Technical paper Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 1981. 35 pp. [639-15]

TARGET '77: Neighborhood leadership. Commitment. Action. Performance. Philadelphia Urban Coalition. (1977). 36 pp. [720-9]

TARGETING INDUSTRIES FOR AIR QUALITY. Technical paper. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 1981. 118 pp. [639-18] Government. 1966. 15 pp. [506-2]

TASKER HOMES PROMOTING GOOD FAMILY LIVING FOR OVER 15 YEARS. Philadelphia. Housing Authority. leaflets. nd. var. paged. [470-1]

TASKER HOMES: RESIDENTS' MANUAL. Philadelphia. Housing Authority. No date. 28 pp. [243-8]

TAX BASE SHARING: AN ASSESSMANT OF THE MINNESOTA EXPERIENCE PRELIMINARY REPORT by Andrew Reschovsky. School of Public and Urban Policy. The Fels Center of Government. 1977. 49 pp. [749-5]

TAX DELINQUENCY IN PHILADELPHIA. A study of the delinquent city -county real estate taxes of 1932 in Philadelphia... Prepared by the Bureau of Municipal Research of Philadelphia. 1937. 77 pp. [789-7]

TAX EXEMPT PROPERTY IN PHILADELPHIA. Prepared for the Institute of Local and State Government. University of Pennsylvania. 1938. 55 pp. [481-5]

TAX EXEMPTION OF HOUSING PROJECTS, by Abraham L. Freedman; an address before the Advisory Committee of the Philadelphia Housing Authority, Decemebr 1939. 9 pp. [251-11] [577-30] [674-7]

TAX REVENUE FORECASTS FOR CITY OF PHILADELPHIA by David Carlin. 1968. 27 pp. [537-11]

THE TAX SYSTEM OF PENNSYLVANIA by Cyrus Elder. Social Science Association of Philadelphia. Papers of 1873. 30 pp. [656-27]

TAXES AND BUDGETS. Blueprint for a better Philadelphia. Report to the People no. 9 by Arlen Specter. 1967. 16 pp. [508-14]

TAXES: FEDERAL, STATE AND COUNTY TAXES AFFECTING PHILADELPHIA INDIVIDUALS, FIRMS AND CORPORATIONS. Corn Exchange National Bank, Philadelphia. 1916. 16 pp. [371-1]

TAXING PHILADELPHIA BUSINESS ON THE BASIS OF GROSS RECEIPTS OR VALUE ADDED. David Carlin... Prepared... under the direction of Joseph Oberman, Chief, Economic Development Unit, Department of Finance, City of Philadelphia. 1968. 14 pp. [791-4] [537-11]

Teachers Union of Philadelphia Pamphlets from URB 36. [440]

TEAMWORK AMONG GOVERNMENTS IN THE PENJERDEL REGION by Philip Fine. 1962. 24 pp. [493-12] [47-3] [519-17]

TEAMWORK FOR NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENT. A statement and recommendations on need for community work staff service in North Central Philadelphia. North Central Area Community Workers' Conference. 1959. 6 pp. [81-5]

TECHNICAL PAPER ON THE AREA SYSTEM FOR THE NORTHEAST CORRIDOR TRANSPORTATION PROJECT. United States. Department of Commerce. Interim report June 9, 1965. 11 pp. [514-9]

TECHNICAL REPORT. Penn Jersey Transportation Study. [603-14] No. 2 Factoring procedures and accuracy checks.

TECHNICAL REPORT. Philadelphia. Department of Finance. Economic Development Unit. [501-1]
Technical Report Number 1. 7 pp.
Technical Report Number 2. 15 pp.
Technical Report Number 3. 46 pp.
Technical Report Number 4. 25 pp.
Technical Report Number 5. Variously paged.
Technical Report Number 6. Variously paged.

A TECHNICAL REPORT ON NEIGHBORHOOD CONSERVATION ... Interim report #2, New town houses for Washington Square East. Prepared for the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Philadelphia by Albert M. Greenfield and Co., Inc. With the Institute for Architectural Research of the University of Pennsylvania. 1964. 213 pp. [501-4]

TECHNICAL STUDIES REPORT FOR THE MASS TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM OF THE DELAWARE RIVER PORT AUTHORITY. Report on alternate routings. Philadelphia - Lindenwold high speed line Philadelphia extension. Gannett Fleming Corddry and Carpenter, Inc. Bellante Clauses, Miller and Nolan, Inc. 1975. 17 pp. [627-9]

TECHNICAL TRAINING VS. POLITICAL EXPEDIENCY AS A QUALIFICATION FOR PUBLIC HEALTH ADMINISTRATION IN FIELD OF HOUSING AND SANITATION. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1925. 2 pp. [441-12]

THE TECHNIQUE OF A HOUSING SURVEY, by Bernard J. Newman. 1922, 40 pp. Revised, 41 pp. with charts. [436-8]

THE TECHNIQUE OF GATHERING AND TABULATING VACANCY DATA, by Bernard J. Newman; in Proceedings of the American Statistical Association , 1930. 6 pp. [342-3]

TEMPLE AND THE IMPERIAL THEME, by the Russell H. Conwell Foundation. ca. 1926. 25 pp. [380-13]

TEMPLE AREA POOL. Temple University. No date. Unpaged. [558-1]

TEMPLE REDEVELOPMENT AREA PLAN. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1967. No paging. [702-5]

TEMPLE UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER, Interim report on the long range development plan. Wallace, Mcharg, Roberts and Todd. 1967. 195 pp. [323-18]

TEMPLE UNIVERSITY 1970 DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR BROAD AND MONTGOMERY CAMPUS. 1963. 19 pp. and charts. [702-6]

TEMPLE UNIVERSITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR BROAD AND MONTGOMERY CAMPUS. 1961. No paging. [654-8]

TEMPLE UNIVERSITY UNIT #5 URBAN RENEWAL AREA; FINAL PROJECT REPORT PART 1: APPLICATION FOR LOAN AND GRANT. Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 1963. Variously paged. [321-4]

TEN CANDLES ON A CAKE. Welfare Federation of Philadelphia. 10th Annual Campaign. 1931. 9 pp. [365-3] THE WELFARE FEDERATION OF PHILADELPHIA: 120 member agencies and what they do. 1930-1931. 11 pp.

TEN MEN WHO MOVED A CITY. Article from the Greater Philadelphia Magazine . 1957. [24-2]

10,000,000 HOURS OF LABOR GIVEN BY ASSISTANCE WORKERS. Philadelphia County Board of Assistance. 1942. 7 pp. [374-30]

"TEN THOUSAND HOMES", by Clarence E. Moullette. Camden County Real Estate Board. 1945. 9 pp. [150-9]

A TEN YEAR SUMAMRY OF THE DISTRIBUTION OF NEGRO PUPILS IN THE PHILADELPHIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 1958-1967. Philadelphia. School District. Office of Research and Evaluation. 1968. 9 pp. [600-1]

10 YEARS OF CLEANSING NEW JERSEY'S STREAMS AND WATERS. A summary report of activity 1948-1958. New Jersey State Department of Health. 1959. 37 pp. [602-8]

TEN YEARS OF RELOCATION EXPERIENCE IN BALTIMORE, MARYLAND. Baltimore Urban Renewal and Housing Agency. 1961. 10 pp. [90-23]

TENANT ACTION. New Jersey Community Action Training Institute. 1968. 17 pp. [698-1]

TENANT SELECTION MANUAL. Philadelphia Housing Authority. 1952. 18 pp. [439-6]

A TENANT UNION FOR NORTH PHILADELPHIA. North City Congress, Philadelphia. 1968. Variously paged. [694-3]

TENANTS' BILL OF RIGHTS. Tenant Action Group. (1977). n.p. [765-12]

TENANTS HANDBOOK FOR FAMILIES LIVING IN PROJECTS OF THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH. undated. 12 pp. [242-3]

TENANTS IN OCTAVIA HILL SETTLEMENT ON CAMBRIA AND GAUL STREETS HOLD FIRST COMMUNITY MEETING; in St. George's Visitor , August, 1924. 1 pp. [399-18]

TENANTS! THINGS YOU CAN DO ABOUT HOUSING PROBLEMS. Broadside by Philadelphia Housing Association. ca. 1945. [407-25]

TENEMENT HOUSE ACT, for cities of the first class. Pennsylvania. 1895 4 pp. [400-8]

TENEMENT HOUSES IN PHILADELPHIA. Frances Van Gasken. 1895. 8 pp. [451-13]

TENTATIVE DRAFT OF A HOUSING CODE FOR PHILADELPHIA, by the Philadelphia Housing Commission. 26 pp. [205-17] Contents: Undated.

TENTATIVE EXPRESSWAY PLAN. Greater Philadelphia-Delaware-South Jersey Council, Technical Advisory Committee on Highways. 1954. 5 pp. plus 2 maps. [100-11]

A TENTATIVE MASTER TRANSPORTATION PLAN: REPORT 2. Planning Commission of Baltimore. 1949. 43 pp. [98-9] TEN MASTER TRANSPORTATION PLAN FINANCIAL PROGRAM. Planning Commission of Baltimore. 1950. 28 pp.

TENTATIVE RE-ALLOCATION OF FUNCTIONS .. PHILADELPHIA HOME RULE CHARTER. Bureau of Municipal Research. 1951. 25 pp. [454-6]

TENTATIVE SUGGESTIIONS FOR CITY-WIDE INTERRACIAL COMMITTEE. Pennsylvania. State Temporary Commission on the Conditions of the Urban Colored Population. [1943]. 28 pp. [555-29]

TENTATIVE ZONING ORDINANCE. Borough of Wyomissing, Pennsylvania. 1925. 1 p. [140-32]

TENTH NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HOUSING IN AMERICA. National Housing Association and Philadelphia Housing Association. 1929. [154-17] Contents: Programmes and folders.

THE TENTH YEAR OF PROGRESS: CITY OF PHILADELPHIA REPORT TO THE PEOPLE. Supplement to Philadelphia Sunday Bulletin . 1962. [52-35]

TESTIMONIAL DINNER IN HONOR OF JOSEPH N. WEBER president of American Federation of Musicians ... 1929. No paging. [670-4]

TESTIMONIAL DINNER TO THE ATHLETICS: 1929 WORLD BASEBALL CHAMPIONS. 1929. [460-2]

TESTIMONY BEFORE PUBLIC HEARINGS HELD by the Philadelphia Housing Authority, by Dorothy P. Schoell, Managing Director, Philadelphia Housing Association. May 1945. 4 pp. [326-24]

TESTIMONY OF HARRY A. MOUL BEFORE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION. Philadelphia, February 1931. Direct and Cross Examination for Northeast Philadelphia Chanber of Commerce. 21 pp. [397-18]

TESTIMONY OF MR.GEORGE SCHERMER, Director of Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations before the Pennsylvania Real Estate Licensing Commission concerning proposed regulations governing the conduct and practices of licensed real estate brokers, September 30, 1960. Harisburg, Pennsylvania. 15 pp. [275-12]

TESTIMONY OF THE PENNYPACK WOODS HOME OWNERSHIP ASSOCIATION BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY. Philadelphia. 1949. 4 pp. [245-7] BRIEF ON BEHALF OF PENNYPACK HOME OWENRSHIP ASSOCIATION. Philadelphia. 1949. 15 pp.

TESTING AND EVALUATION OF THE RECOMMENDED YEAR 2000 TRANSPORTATION PLAN. Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission. 1981. Variously paged. Plus addendum. [730-1]

A TESTING LABORATORY FOR POST-WAR PLANNERS, by David S. Richie; from Friends Intelligencer . ca. 1945. 2 pp. [382-20]

"TESTING WHETHER THAT NATION." 41 st Annual report. July 1, 1960 to June 30, 1961. American Civil Liberties Union. 80 pp. [649-8]

TEXT OF THE DECISION OF THE NEW JERSEY SUPREME COURT IN THE LEVITTOWN CASE, Upholding the New Jersey law against discrimination in publicly and Social Action of the American Jewish Congress. 1960. 13 pp. [770-16]

TEXT OF THE SUPREME COURT DECISION ON SEGREGATION IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Compiled by State of New Jersey Department of Education. Division Against Discrimination. 1954. 46 pp. [569-19]

THAT THEY MAY HAVE THEIR birthright, healthright, homeright. Community Fund of Harrisburg Welfare Federation. 1922. No paging. [657-63]

THERE ARE WAYS OF LIVING TOGETHER. The Committee on Living Together in Our Schools, School District of Philadelphia. 1948. 69 pp. [441-29]

THERE WAS NO ROOM FOR THEM IN THE INN. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. 11 pp. [403-7]

THERE'S ALWAYS ROOM FOR ONE MORE: Facts about defense housing in Philadelphia. Philadelphia Homes Registration Offices. 36 pp. ca. 1942. [417-10]

THERE'S FUN IN STORE IN "64" AT CAMP INDIANDALE. Germantown Boys' Club. 1964. 2 pp. [557-35]

THESE ARE THE FACTS. About Negroes and Puerto Ricans in Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Commission on Human Relations. No date. 20 pp. [555-8]

THESE ARE THE FACTS NEW CASTLE COUNTY. A know your County survey. Prepared by the League of Women Voters of Newark and Wilmington, Delaware. Third edition, 1962. 92 pp. [492-11]

THESE INALIENABLE RIGHTS: Armstrong Association works to increase Negro job opportunities, by W.L.H. Bunker; from Philadelphia Magazine , January, 1949. 2 pp. [387-26]

THESE MEN BLOCK HOUSING, by Nathan Straus; in The Nation , January, 1946. [205-37]

THEY SAY, AND I QUOTE. Excerpts from articles on housing by Joseph Day, John Blandford, etc. New Jersey Association of Housing Authorities. 1944. Unpaged. [148-31]

THEY SAY THAT YOU SAY: the challenge of houses and race. American Friends Service Committee. 1955. 15 pp. [393-1]

A THING OF BEAUTY. In The Nor'easter ; the extent and condition of open areas in center-city. 1956. [16-1]

THINK '76. Bicentennial Committee Philadelphia Junior Chamber of Commerce. Not dated. 7 pp. [513-6]

THIRD CLASS CITIES. AN ORDINANCE. Pennsylvania Department of Health. No date. 5 pp. [128-16]

THIRD CLASS CITY OPTIONAL CHARTER COMMISSIONS. A cost analysis. Pennsylvania. Department of Community Affairs. By Bernadine J. Demchalk. 1969. 22 pp. [525-11]

THIRD DISTRICT ECONOMIC INDICATORS. Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. [598-9] [594-10]
July 1975.
August 1975.
September 1975.
October 1975.
November 1975.
December 1975.

THIRD NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CITY PLANNING and FIRST MUNICIPAL CITY PLANNING EXHIBITION IN AMERICA; correspondence and announcements. Philadelphia. 1911. 13 pp. [402-6]

THIRTY THOUSAND URBAN YOUTH by Stanley L. Payne. 1940. 35 pp. [577-20]

THE $33 BILLION FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAY PROGRAM WHAT IT MEANS TO PENNSYLVANIA. Proceedings of panel discussion 39th Annual Meeting. Pennsylvania State Chamber of Commerce. 1956. 12 pp. [513-9]

"THIS IS A GREENE COUNTRIE TOWNE..." The Philadelphia Parking Authority. Not dated. Variously paged. [513-12]

THIS IS DELAWARE COUNTY. League of Women Voters of Delaware County, Pennsylvania. 1963. 23 pp. [649-6]

THIS IS FUNDAMENTAL. Reference notebook of Howard Hallman. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1954. [73-1]

THIS IS MOORESTOWN. A Community handbook and directory. League of Women Voters of Morrestown, New Jersey. 1960. 63 pp. [495-7]

THIS IS THE CITY OF HOMES. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1953. Pamphlet and manuscript. [184-9]

THIS IS YOUR COUNCIL, by the Council of Social Agencies, Philadelphia. ca. 1945. 94 pp. [382-19]

THIS WE BELIEVE ABOUT OUR NEIGHBORHOOD. A statement of principle adopted by The Church Community Relations Council (Pelham -Germantown). No date. 4 pp. [152-1]

THOMAS HOLME TERCENTENARY CELEBRATION; address by George S. Webster. 1924. In Fairmount Park Art Association, Annual report, 1925. 10 pp. photes. [394-2]

THE THOMAS JEFFERSON SQUARE CORPORATION. Philadelphia. Redevelopment Authority. 1958. 6 pp. [519-21]

THORNBURY TOWNSHIP PLANNING AND ZONING STUDY. Delaware County Planning Commission. 1955. 24 pp. and maps. [132-11]

THOUGHTS ON THE LABOR QUESTION by Rev. D. O. Kellogg. Social Science Association of Philadelphia Papers of 1879. 14 pp. [656-5]

THREATENED BY EVICTION: WHAT ARE YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS? Philadelphia Industrial Union Council. ca. 1942. 1 p. [368-28]

THREE CENTS AN HOUR: AN INTIMATE PICTURE OF INDUSTRIAL HOME WORK IN PENNSYLVANIA. Myrl Cowdrick. Pennsylvania Bureau of Women and Children. 16 pp. 1936. [463-1]

THREE REPORTS ON REFUSE DISPOSAL IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY. Montgomery County Planning Commission. By Richard P. Byler, Planning Analyst. 1956. Variously paged. [609-5]

THREE SCORE YEARS AND FIFTEEN 1879-1954. Family Service of Philadelphia. [1954]. Unpaged. [559-2]

3000 SQUARE MILES OF OPPORTUNITY. SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY DATA. Southern New Jersey Development Council. No date. Variously paged. [492-15]

THROUGH PIDC, OVER $100,000,000 WORTH OF NEW AND BETTER PLANTS FOR INDUSTRY IN PHILADELPHIA. No date. Variously paged. [509-7]

THROUGH THE YEARS WITH RECREATION, 1907-1948. 8 pp. [363-4] PROGRESS REPORT ON RECREATION. 1949-1950. 10 pp. PLAYGROUND AND RECREATION ASSOCIATION OF PHILADELPHIA, INC. informative flyer undated. 4 sides. Three pamphlets by the Philadelphia Recreation Association.

TIME - DISTANCE. Southeastern Pennsylvania Regional Planning Commission. 1954. 23 pp. [100-15] Contents: A report on existing and potential highway travel time in Southeastern Pennsylvania and its implications for local, county and regional planning.

TIME HAS RUN OUT FOR WHITMAN PARK FOES. Claude Lewis. 1 p. 1978. [461-9]

TIOGA COMMUNITY YOUTH COUNCIL PRESENTS A TREE OF CONCERN. Tioga Community Youth Council. No date. A folder of material. [726-8]

TIOGA REDEVELOPMENT AREA PLAN. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 1972. 15 pp. [653-22]

TITLE PROBLEMS ARISING OUT OF LAND TAKEN BY THE REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY. Address by Milton C. Sharp before the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Title Association at Wernersville, Pennsylvania. 1960. 14 pp. [68-23]

TO BETTER LIVING. Report of the Philadelphia Housing Authority July 1, 1950 to June 30, 1952. 46 pp. [803-4]

TO BETTER SERVE THE PEOPLE. Community Services of Pennsylvania. 1969. 19 pp. [640-6]

TO GO OR NOT TO GO? PENNSYLVANIA ON THE MOVE. Pennsylvania. Governor's Committee for Transportation. No date. No paging. [606-3]

TO PREVENT ELECTION CAMPAIGNS FROM BECOMING RACIAL OR RELIGIOUS BATTLEGROUNDS. Philadelphia Fellowship Commission. (1954). 3 pp. [563-13]

TO SAFEGUARD MOTHERHOOD AND TO ADVANCE MENTAL HYGIENE. 16 pp. ca. 1930. [421-19] Contents: New program of the Pennsylvania Hospital for construction of a Maternity Building and the Institute for Mental Hygiene.

TO THE HOME-BUYING VETERAN: a guide for veterans planning to buy or build homes with a G.I. loan. United States Veterans Administration. 29 pp. 1953. [420-23]

TO THE MEMBERS. Philadelphia Housing Association. October 1954 July 1957. Newsletter. [182-24]

TOCKS ISLAND AND OUTDOOR RECREATION FOR THE CROWDED EAST by Water Resources Association of the Delaware River Basin.
1964. n.p.[496-1] [112-5]
1970. 4 pp. [603-1]
no date. 4 pp. [603-2]

TOCKS ISLAND NATIONAL RECREATION AREA - A PROPOSAL. United States Department of Interior, National Park Service. 1965. Unpaged. [112-20]

TODAY AND TOMORROW IN SOUTHWEST PHILADELPHIA, by Dorothy S. Montgomery. Philadelphia Housing Association. Speech at Southwest Philadelphia Leaders Conference, April 4, 1962. 7 pp. [170-17]

"TODAY'S AND TOMORROW'S LIVING ARRANGEMENTS FOR OLDER PEOPLE IN THEIR OWN HOMES AND IN GROUP LIVING." Walter R. Harrison, Lutheran Home for the Aged, Philadelphia. 1950. 6 pp. [461-11]

TODAY'S SCHOOLS. Bureau of Municipal Research. 1952. 2 pp. . [440-8] Contents: Citizens' Business No. 2,022.

TOMORROW. A plan for building a child welfare program for Pennsylvania. Edited by Helen Glenn Tyson. 1929. 31 pp. [546-6]

TOMORROW'S HORIZONS TODAY, 20th annual banquet, April 1965, by the Federation of Community Councils of Philadelphia. 15 pp. [333-39]

TOO LITTLE, AND TOO LATE?--WAR HOUSING IN PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia Housing Association. Variously paged. [1942] Contents: Notes, correspondence, and drafts for pamphlet.

TOO MUCH OR TOO LITTLE. The critical water problem of the Delaware River Basin. The Water Resources Association of the Delaware River Basin. No date. 1959. 27 pp. [517-11] [113-5]

TOPOGRAPHIC MAPPING NEEDS: RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PRIORITIES AND SCALES IN PENNSYLVANIA. Pennsylvania Planning . Pennsylvania State Department of Commerce. State Planning Board. 1945. 10 pp. [124-17]

TOTAL $ FOR HEALTH, WELFARE, RECREATION, CENTRAL SERVICES. Health and Welfare Council. 1959. 4 pp. [390-8]

TOTAL EXPENDITURE STUDY, 1959. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. 93 pp. [467-1]

A TOUCH O'HEATHER - AND OTHER HOMES. Being a little journey to foster families. Children's Bureau of Philadelphia. 1926. 85 pp. [632-10]

TOUR OF HOUSING CONDITIONS in Philadelphia... for members of Congress. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1949. 2 pp. [408-7]

TOURISM: PHILADELPHIA UNDISCOVERED. Blueprint for a better Philadelphia. Report to the People no. 12 by Arlen Specter. No date. 22 pp. [508-12]

 

Part 1: A.C.T.I.O.N-Allens

Part 25: Nurses-Organizing

Part 2: Allocation-Applying

Part 26: Origin-Pennsport

Part 3: Appraisal-Battle

Part 27: Pennsylvania-Phase

Part 4: Beacon-Bucks

Part 28: Philadelphia-Philadelphia Needs

Part 5: Budget-Carson

Part 29: Philadelphia 1950-Philadelphia's Future

Part 6: Case-Cities

Part 30: Philadelphia's General-Plan

Part 7: Citizen-Commonwealth

Part 31: Planned-Poverty

Part 8: Community-Conservation

Part 32: Powelton-Programs

Part 9: Consolidation-Dedication

Part 33: Progress-Proposed

Part 10: Defending-Developments

Part 34: Pros-Real

Part 11: Diagnosis-Eastwick

Part 35: Reallocation-Rejuvenation

Part 12: Econometric-Estimates

Part 36: Relation-Report from

Part 13: Evaluation-Final

Part 37: Report Number-Report of

Part 14: Finances-Furnished

Part 38: Report on-Resident

Part 15: Future-Guiding

Part 39: Residential-School

Part 16: Haddington-Hope

Part 40: Schuykill-Soil

Part 17: Hospital-Housing

Part 41: Soldier-States

Part 18: How-Individual

Part 42: Statistical-Summarized

Part 19: Industrial-Its

Part 43: Summary-System

Part 20: Jails-Living

Part 44: Tabular-Tourism

Part 21: Local-Master

Part 45: Toward-University's

Part 22: Material-Mutual

Part 46: Unlawful-Wharton

Part 23: Myths-New

Part 47: What-Zooming

Part 24: Newark-Number