General Pamphlet Collection, Part 41: Soldier-States

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 These consist of published and unpublished materials usually received by the SCRC along with donated manuscript collections.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

 

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 41: Soldier - States



"THE SOLDIER HUNTS A HOME." Radio script for the Better Philadelphia Exhibition by Lyda M. Ickler. 1947. 12 pp. [408-8]

SOLVING TRANSPORTATION PROBLEMS. Remarks by Robert B. Mitchell. Urban Traffic and Transportation Board, Philadelphia. Citizens Council on City Planning. 1955. 3 pp. [103-38]

SOME ASPECTS OF THE PHILADELPHIA REAL ESTATE TAX. Joanne Kunbergerl...Prepared...under the direction of Joseph Oberman, Chief, Economic Development Unit, Department of Finance, City of Philadelphia. 1969. 15 pp. [791-4]

SOME FACTORS AFFECTING HOUSING DESEGREGATION, by the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations. 1962. 10 pp. [214-3] [665-4] [470-26] [511-4]

SOME FACTS CONCERNING PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF PHILADELPHIA. ca. 1932. 2 pp. [413-6]

SOME FALLACIES ABOUT MASS TRANSPORTATION, by Harrison A. Williams, United States Senator from New Jersey, at 31 st annual meeting of National Housing Conference Washigton D.C. March 12, 1962. 9 pp. [103-20]

SOME FUNDAMENTALS OF ZONING IN PENNSYLVANIA by Edwin H. Satterthwaite. 1957. 16 pp. [583-7]

SOME GOOD FROM THE HOUSING SHORTAGE - NEW CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND SALVAGE OF OLD DWELLINGS, by Bernard J. Newman. Article in The American City . May 1924. 4 pp. [177-19]

SOME HIGHLIGHTS OF PROGRESS IN PHILADELPHIA. A Resume of Some Important Projects, prepared by Institute of Local and State Government, U. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. 1954. 20 pp. approximately. [23-18]

SOME HOUSING QUESTIONS AND THE ANSWERS, by John Ihlder. Washington Committee on Housing and Washigton Council of Social Agencies. 1934. 7 pp. [144-13]

SOME IMPLICATIONS OF PHILADELPHIA'S FUTURE POPULATION. Report #72. Citizen's Council on City Plannnig. 1959. 4 pp. [473-5]

SOME NEW STATISTICS ON THE PHILADELPHIA RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE MARKET, by William G. Grigsby; in The Realtor September, 1957. 2 pp. [346-10]

SOME OF THE WELFARE PROBLEMS OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, by John M. Baldy. 1922. 24 pp. [376-3]

SOME PERTINENT CONSIDERATIONS IN INTERPRETING AND USING TEST RESULTS. School District of Philadelphia. 1967. Variously paged. [490-10]

SOME PHILADELPHIA CELEBRATIONS SINCE THE REVOLUTION by Henry Leffman written for the City History Society of Philadelphia. Publications of the City History Society of Philadelphia No. 4 1908. 82 pp. [582-7]

SOME PROBLEMS INVOLVED IN FINANCING 1955-1960 CAPITAL PROGRAM. A preliminary report to the Citizens' Budget Committee. Bureau of Municipal Research. 1954. 24 pp. [480-1]

SOME QUAKER APPROACHES TO THE RACE PROBLEM. American Friends Service Committee. ca, 1947. 15 pp. [384-10]

SOME SOCIAL WELFARE ISSUES IN PENNSYLVANIA, by the Pennsylvania Citizens Association for Health and Welfare. 1958. 8 pp. [332-12]

SOMETHING CAN BE DONE ABOUT HOUSING - THE STATE OF ILLINOIS AND THE CITY OF CHICAGO ARE PROVING IT, by Elizabeth Wood. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1948. 9 pp. [152-20] [327-5]

SOMETHING IS BEING DONE ABOUT RISING HEALTH CARE COSTS. A progress report to the Community. Philadelphia Area Committee on Health Care Costs. (1980). 12 pp. [661-2]

SOMETHING IS HAPPENING IN BALTIMORE, Baltimore Citizens Planning and Housing Association. 1950. 18 pp. [63-14]

SOMETHING TO LIVE FOR - AND SING ABOUT. The story of the Recreational project for Philadelphia's older people, sponsored by the Philadelphia Recreational Association by Joseph Deitch. 1947. 17 pp. [743-11]

THE SONG OF PHILADELPHIA. Prepared by The Division of Public Information, Office of the City Representatives. No date. 21 pp. [541-24]

SOUND EMPLOYER-EMPLOYEE RELATIONS. Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. 20 pp. 1936. [463-3]

SOURCES OF REVENUE TO FINANCE LOW RENT HOUSING, by Karl Scholz, before the Philadelphia Housing Association's annual meeting, March, 1937. 8 pp. [254-20]

SOUTH CENTRAL REDEVELOPMENT AREA. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1968. 19 pp. [274-10] Contents: Land use maps.

SOUTH DELAWARE WATERFRONT DISTRICT PLAN. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. (1981). 78 pp. [706-2]

SOUTH JERSEY PORT DEVELOPMENT. A feasibility report prepared for the Greater Camden movement by Walter P. Hedden, port development consultant. 1968. 38 pp. [627-6]

SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA--A SPECTRUM OF OPPORTUNITY. Southeastern Pennsylvania Economic Development Corporation. 1965. 48 pp. and pamphlets. [48-8] [509-2]

SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN RED CROSS IN THE INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC, September-October, 1918. 58 pp. [359-15]

SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY. Philadelphia. Office of the City Controller. 1973. 5 pp. [614-15]

SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA TRANSPORTATION COMPACT'S MASS TRANSPORTATION DEMONSTRATION PROJECT, 18 month report. 1964. 15 pp. [317-10]

SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY: AREA OF INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY. Prepared by Bruce A. Blinn for Southern New Jersey Development Council. No date. Variously paged. [495-3]

SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY MASS TRANSPORTATION SURVEY. Replies to questions received from the executive director. Delaware River Port Authority. Parson, Brinckerhoff, Hall & McDonald Engineers, New York. 1956. 20 pp. plus appendix. [606-10] .

THE SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY MASS TRANSPORTATION SURVEY AND REPORT. Delaware River Port Authority of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. 1954. 22 pp. [295-2]

SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY RAPID TRANSIT SYSTEM. Haddonfield-Kirkwood line. Delaware River Port Authority. 1961. 67 pp. [605-8]

SOUTHWARK HOUSING PROJECT. Philadelphia Housing Authority. ca. 1940. 5 pp. [437-10] Contents: Informational pamphlet.

SOUTHWARK (Projekcie Mieszkalnianym). Philadelphia Housing Authority. No date. 7 pp. [184-10] Contents: Report of the Philadelphia Housing Authority in Polish.

SOUTHWARK-QUEEN VILLAGE: Southeast Central Redevelopment Area. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. No date. 28 pp. [274-9]

SOUTHWEST PYRAMID OF LEARNING. Philadelphia. School District. No date. No paging. [648-5]

SOUTHWEST SCHUYLKILL REDEVELOPMENT AREA PLAN. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 1970. 27 pp. [654-15]

SOUTHWEST SEWAGE TREATMENT WORKS BUILT BY CITY OF PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia Water Department. 1954. 12 pp. [351-13]

SOUTHWEST TEMPLE PROJECT "A": HOUSING MARKET SURVEY REPORT. Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority. 1954. 56 pp. [344-7]

SOUTHWEST TEMPLE SECTION STUDY REVIEW COMMITTEE: RECOMMENDATIONS. Health and Welfare Council, Incorporated. ca. 20 pp. 1963. [461-9]

SOUTHWEST TEMPLE SELF-HELP CENTER. Brochure on Open House, October 1, 1962. Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority. [80-5]

SOUVENIR OF THE THEATRICAL AND BALL. Given under the auspices of the Pannonia Beneficial Association for the benefit of the Philadelphia Jewish Sanatorium for Consumptives. 1909. No paging. [652-13]

SPACE AND DOLLARS: AN URBAN UNIVERSITY EXPANDS, by Ruth Weinstock. Based on a case study of the Drexel Institute of Technology. Educational Facilities Laboratories, New Jersey, New York. 1960. 36 pp. [86-10]

SPACE AND EQUIPMENT FOR RENEWAL HOUSING, by the Federal Housing Administration. 1950. 40 pp. [231-16] Contents: Includes plans.

SPANISH MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION. 7th ANNUAL BANQUET. 1977. No paging. [720-7]

SPEAKING OF CITY PLANNING: A MANUAL FOR THE SPEAKERS PANEL. Citzens' Council on City Planning, Philadelphia. 1948. 62 pp. [116-11]

SPECIAL ASSIMILATION PROBLEMS OF UNDERPRIVILEGED IN-MIGRANTS TO PHILADELPHIA. Pennsylvania Economy League. 1962. 62 pp. [267-12] [328-26]

SPECIAL BULLETIN. Water Resources Association of the Delaware River Basin. No date. Variously paged. [517-17]

SPECIAL CARE FOR SPECIAL PEOPLE. A report. The Burns Foundation of Greater Delaware Valley. 1975. 16 pp. [647-1]

SPECIAL CENSUS TABULATIONS OF HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS. U.S. Bureau of the Census. 1965. 81 pp. [639-7]

SPECIAL EDUCATION AND FISCAL REQUIREMENTS OF URBAN DISTRICTS IN PENNSYLVANIA. A research inquiry: the impact of social and economic conditions on urban education and state fiscal policy. Fels Institute of Local and State Government. Government Consulting Service. University of Pennsylvania. 1964. Variously paged. [718-4] [751-8]

SPECIAL NEEDS OF DELINQUENT NEGRO BOYS UNDER SUPERVISION AND CONTROL OF JUVENILE DIVISION, MUNICIPAL COURT, by Henry J. Gideon and others. 1935. 20 pp. [375-10] Letter from David J. Smyth, City Solicitor, to Clinton Rogers Woodruff, Public Welfare Director, which amends some information in the report above. 1935. 2 pp.

SPECIAL PERSONS SURVEY - WEST PHILADELPHIA (46A). Joan M. May. 1951. 39 pp. plus appendix. [527-9]

SPECIAL REPORT, November 1955-November 1956. Philadelphia Zoning Advisory Commission. 134 pp. [272-3]

SPECIFICATION FOR CONSTRUCTION OF SUPERSTRUCTURE FOR HILL CREEK HOUSING PROJECT. Walter H. Thomas, Architect. Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works. 1936. 394 pp. [438-12]

SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE REMOVAL AND DISPOSAL OF GARBAGE, DEAD ANIMALS, ETC. DURING THE YEAR 1912. Philadelphia Department of Public Works. 7 pp. [388-1]

SPECIFICATIONS OF MATERIALS AND WORK NECESSARY IN THE ERECTION AND COMPLETION OF A LOW COST DWELLING, by the Philadelphia Housing Association. 1923. 23 pp. [231-18]

SPEECH OUTLINES. Citizens' Council on City Planning, Philadelphia. No date. 48 pp. [116-12]

SPPECHES AND RELEASES FROM NAHRO CONFERENCE, OCTOBER 1954, PHILADELPHIA. Variously paged. [414-5]

THE SPOKESMAN. Family Society of Philadelphia. [657-50]
Vol. 3. No. 4. January 1933.

SPREADING NEGRO BOYCOTT; in Greater Philadelphia Magazine , May, 1962. 6 pp. [341-18]

SPRING GARDEN INSTITUTE. Prospectus. 1919-1920. 32 pp. [389-7] 1919-1920. 32 pp. Automobile Department. Prospectus. 1918-1920. 5 pp.

SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP BUSINESS DISTRICTS STUDY. Prepared for: Springfield Township Commission. Prepared by Magaziner & Digiorgio, A.I.A. consultants to Montgomery County Planning Commission. 1970. 18 pp. [784-2]

SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. FISCAL ANALYSIS AND CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM. Prepared by Edward Lee Burdell. Montgomery County Planning Commission. 1970. 25 pp. [783-1]

SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP, PENNSYLVANIA POPULATION SURVEY: STATISTICAL DATA. Institute of Local and State Government, University of Pennsylvania. 1950. 29 pp. [456-2] Contents: Prepared for the Planning Commission of Springfield Township.

SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP'S POPULATION PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE. Prepared for Springfield Township Planning Commission Delaware County, Pennsylvania by the Fels Institute of Local and State Government. 1962. Variously paged. [532-5]

SPRUCE HILL COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION INC. NEWSLETTER. [516-14]
Vol. 1 no. 1. May 1959. 4 pp.
Vol. 2 no. 1. Oct. 1959. 6 pp.
Vol. 6 no. 3. Mar. 1965. 4 pp.
Vol. 6 no. 4. Sep. 1965. 7 pp.

THE SPRUCE HILL HOME IMPROVEMENT CENTER, sponsored by the West Philadelphia Corporation in cooperation with the Spruce Hill Community Association. Undated. 9 pp. [323-10]

SPRUCE HILL SURVEY STUDY, by West Philadelphia Realty Board Committee. 1961. 11 pp. [25-5]

THE STADIUM COMMITTEE OF THE CITIZENS' COUNCIL ON CITY PLANNING: A CASE STUDY IN PLANNING AND STRATEGIES by Barbara Gold. 1966. 23 pp. [516-16]

STADIUM FEASIBILITY STUDY. For Mayor's Stadium Site Review and Cost Committee, City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1962. 104 pp. [110-20]

THE STANDARD DOCUMENTS OF THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS. NOTES. 1925. 4 pp. [397-17] BULLETIN "A" ON THE STANDARD CONTRACT DOCUMENTS OF THE A.I.A. Philadelphia Building Congress. 1929. 1 pp. Comments on the documents by Paul A. Davis at the annual meeting of the Philadelphia Building Congress. 1929. 1 pp.

STANDARD FOR DWELLING OF CLIENT FAMILIES. Pittsburgh Housing Association. 1931. 4 pp. [249-14]

A STANDARD FOR RESIDENTIAL ZONING BASED UPON THE LOCATION OF JOBS. Morton Lustig. Janet Rothnberg Pack. Fels Discussion Paper #40. Revised 1973. [751-2]

THE STANDARD OF LIVING AMONG ONE HUNDRED NEGRO MIGRANT FAMILIES IN PHILADELPHIA by Sadie Tanner Mossell. 1921. 50 pp. [596-4]

STANDARD STRUCTURE AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF HOMES FOR THE AGED. Dvision for the Aged. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. 1948. 5 pp. [540-11]

STANDARDS. Student Volunteer Program. Council on Volunteers. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. 1962. 3 pp. [562-5]

STANDARDS AND GOALS COMPARISON PROJECT. POLICE. Pennsylvania Committee For Criminal Justice Standards and Goals. Pennsylvania Joint Council on the Criminal Justice System. Prepared for the Ohio Criminal Justice Supervisory Commission by the Ohio State University. 1974. 160 pp. [771-7]

STANDARDS FOR DAY CARE CENTERS. Pennsylvania. Bureau of Children's Services. 1952. 76 pp. [548-9]

STANDARDS FOR HOUSING IN SUBURBAN COMMUNITIES BASED UPON ZONING FOR WORK. A research study financed by the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Project director: Morton Lustig ... Government Study Center. The Fels Center of Government. University of Pennsylvania. 1972. [747-7]
Part I - Policy Implications. 80 pp.
Part II - Methodology. 282 pp.

STANDARDS FOR REHABILITATION OF EXISTING BUILDING, WASHINGTON SQUARE EAST. Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority. 1959. 31 pp. [457-3]

STANDARDS FOR SUBURBAN HOUSING MIX Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Bucks County Planning Commission. 1971. 218 pp. plus 14 pages of reference. [535-6]

STANDARDS OF CARE IN DAY NURSERIES. By Helen Glenn Tyson. Pennsylvania. Department of Welfare. 1928. 19 pp. [632-12]

STANDARDS OF PLACING - OUT, SUPERVISION AND AFTER - CARE OF DEPENDENT CHILDREN. Pennsylvania. Department of Welfare. 1923. 15 pp. [632-11]

STANDARDS OF WORK FOR CHILD CARING INSTITUTIONS, DAY NURSERIES AND PLACING - OUT SOCIETIES. Council of Social Agencies of the Welfare Federation of Philadelphia. 1925. 12 pp. [548-8]

STANLEY S. HOLMES VILLAGE, Atlantic City, New Jersey. Undated. Flyer. 4 pp. [387-19]

STARR CENTER ASSOCIATION, a nursing and health service. ca. 1945. 6 pp. [359-5]

STARR CENTER ASSOCIATION: Nighborhood house and Community health clinic. ca. 1936. flier. 2 sides. [363-23]

STATE AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT PLAN 1970-1990 A special report prepared for the New Jersey Department of Transportation. Division of Aeronautics by Porter and Ripa Associates, Inc. [609-7]

STATE AND LOCAL FINANCING OF PUBLIC WORKS WITH PWA FUNDS. Issac Crawford Sutton. 1935. 6 pp. [456-8] Contents: Reprinted from the Legal Intelligencer.

STATE AND LOCAL TAXES: imposed on business in Philadelphia and surrounding Pennsylvania counties, by the Chamber of Commerce of Greater Philadelphia. 1962. 34 pp. [331-34]

STATE CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION. AT ROCKVIEW. Resident handbook. Pennsylvania. Bureau of Correction. No date. Variously paged. [701-6]

STATE, COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL SURVEY: GOVERNMENT EMPLOYMENT AND PAY ROLLS 1929 Through 1938. United States Labor Department. 1941. 10 pp. [453-17] Contents: City and county governments of Philadelphia.

STATE DEATH RATE LOW; LEADING CAUSES UNCHANGED; in Bulletin of the Pennsylvania Tuberculosis Society , May, 1930. 1 p. [361-18] MORTALITY FROM TUBERCULOSIS AND OTHER LEADING CAUSES OF DEATH IN PENNSYLVANIA: Average for three-year period 1926-1928. Pennsylvania Department of Health. Graph 1 p.

THE STATE GOVERNMENT SURVEY COMMITTEE REPROT. Pennsylvania. State Government Survey Committee. 1953. 94 pp. [579-4]

STATE GRANTS TO POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS FOR PLANNING POST-WAR PUBLIC WORKS. Pennsylvania State Postwar Planning Committee. 1945. 7 pp. plus supplementary. forms. [120-15]

STATE LAWS AFFECTING HOUSING IN PHILADELPHIA, by the Philadelphia Housing Association. 1952. 5 pp. [224-25]

STATE MENTAL INSTITUTION NEEDS IN PENNSYLVANIA. Public Charities Association of Pennsylvania. 1947. 27 pp. [363-20] Developments in the field of mental hygiene in Pennsylvania. Public Charities Association of Pennsylvania. 1947. 20 pp.

THE STATE MUST SAVE THE SCHOOLS. Philadelphia Federation of Teachers, Local 192. ca, 1939. 8 pp. [440-4]

STATE OF PHILADELPHIA'S ECONOMIC BASE 1962-67. 9 pp. [537-11]

"STATE OF THE CITY". Radio script for WCAU, written by Jack Charest. 1948. 2 versions, 13 pp. and 15 pp. [411-15] Contests: Dramatization of the need for federal assistance to solve Phialdelphia's housing problem. [411-5]

A STATE PARK PROGRAM FOR PENNSYLVANIA. Map. [108-10]

STATE PLANNING PROGRAM FOR DELAWARE. September, 1963. Delaware State Planning Office. 1963. 52 pp. [492-16]

A STATE PROGRAM FOR THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF DELINQUENCY OF CHILDREN AND YOUTHS IN PENNSYLVANIA. Public Charities Association of Pennsylvania. 1948. 7 pp. [363-5]

STATE PUBLIC SCHOOL APPROPRIATIONS. Formulas and other provisions governing the distribution of state funds to public schools. Pennsylvania State Chamber of Commerce. 1963. 13 pp. [770-14]

THE STATE ROLE IN URBAN DEVELOPMENT. A task force report. Pennsylvania. Department of Commerce. 1974. 29 p. [590-22]

THE STATE ROLE IN URBAN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT .Pennsylvania Department of Commerce. 1975. 21 pp. [596-21]

STATE ROLE IN URBAN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. REPORT ON THE PHILADELPHIA ROUNDTABLE. Pennsylvania. Department of Commerce. 1974. No paging. [595-2]

STATEMENT AND DECISION OF THE AIR POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD. Philadelphia Department of Public Health Air Pollution Control Board. 1955. 7 pp. [513-27]

A STATEMENT BY THE DIRECTORS OF THE PENNSYLVANIA CHILD LABOR ASSOCIATION. No date. A 3 page booklet. [657-38]

STATEMENT IN RE THE MELON STREET PROJECT and containing a proposal for the establishment of a special sub-committee of the North Central Area Committee, Philadelphia District-Health and Welfare Council, Inc. to save open space in the North Central Area. 1962. No paging. [562-5]

STATEMENT IN REPONSE TO THE REPORT OF THE CITY CHARTER REVISION COMMISSION RECOMMENDATIONS presented to the Philadelphia City Council by Citizens Committee on Public Education in Philadelphia. 1973. 9 pp. [732-10]

STATEMENT OF C.E. MYERS, DIRECTOR DEPARTMENT OF CITY TRANSIT BEFORE THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMITTEE OF THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, PHILA. April 5, 1929. 10 pp. [642-7]

STATEMENT OF COOPERATING COUNCIL OF AGENCIES SERVING NEGRO YOUTH IN RICHARD ALLEN HOMES. 1942. 5 pp. [451-13] Contents: Need to preserve R.A. Homes for low-income families.

STATEMENT OF M. TOOD COOKE, PHILADELPHIA HOUSING ASSOCIATION, BEFORE UNITED STATES SENATE SUBCOMMITTEE ON HOUSING FOR THE ELDERLY. 1961. 10 pp. [459-13] Contents: Includes "Facts on Philadelphia's older population."

STATEMENT OF OBJECTIVES. REGIONAL PARKS, PARKWAYS AND PUBLIC RESERVATIONS STUDY. Southeastern Pennsylvania Regional Planning Commission. 1964. 13 pp. [516-2]

A STATEMENT OF PLATFORM, by Alice F. Liveright and John L. Holton, Progressive Party of Philadelphia. 1951. 3 pp. [451-10] Contents: Platform and press releases, one of which announces a regional Party conference.

A STATEMENT OF POLICY ON THE PROTECTION OF CONFIDENTIAL INFROMATION IN THE SEEKING AND RELEASING OF INFORMATION, by the Philadelphia-Camden Social Service Exchange. 1950. 3 pp. [368-26]

STATEMENT ON CERTAIN STATE LEGISLATION AFFECTING DEBT STABILIZATION AND REORGANIZATION OF THE GOVERNMENT OF PHILADELPHIA. Citizens' Council on City Planning. 1949. 2 pp. [454-2]

A STATEMENT ON HOUSING AND URBAN RENEWAL POLICY FOR PHILADELPHIA. By Henry S. Churchill, Jefferson B. Fordham, et al. 1955. 16 pp. [720-13] [510-8] [514-6] [518-29]

A STATEMENT ON HOUSING AND URBAN RENEWAL POLICY FOR PHILADELPHIA. Special Committee of the Philadelphia Housing Association. 1955. 16 pp. [186-11]

A STATEMENT ON PHILADELPHIA HOUSING, by Arthur W. Binns, Philadelphia Real Estate Board. 1942. 5 pp. [441-9]

Statement on proposed U.S. embargo on arms to China and Japan, by Bernard J. Newman. 1933. 1 pp. [398-31]

STATEMENT ON RECREATION STANDARDS. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1955. Variously paged. [517-20]

A STATEMENT ON THE PROPOSED BUILDING PLAN OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC EDUCATION. Presented to the Board of Public Education of Philadelphia Monday, October 15, 1962. The Urban League of Philadelphia. 1962. 16 pp. [791-6] [113-10]

STATEMENT ON THE RELATIONSHIP OF THE SLUM CLEARANCE AND LOW RENT HOUSING PROGRAMS, by Raymond M. Foley, United States Housing and Home Finance Agency. [428-16] Contents: Copy of Statement forwarded by Philadelphia Housing Authority.

STATEMENT ON THE RELATIONSHIP OF THE SLUM-CLEARANCE AND LOW-RENT HOUSING PROGRAMS. Philadelphia Housing Authority. 1950. 4 pp. [520-9]

A STATEMENT ON THE REPORT OF THE TASK FORCES PRESENTED TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. Philadelphia Urban League. 1966. 13 pp. [559-14]

A STATEMENT ON THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF PHILADELPHIA SCHOOLS IN CIVIL DEFENSE OPERATIONS IN THE PHILADELPHIA TARGET COMPLEX. [Philadelphia Civil Defense Council]. 1959. 16 pp. [542-25]

A STATEMENT PRESENTED TO THE TASK FORCES ON PROGRAM AND MANPOWER OPERATING BUDGET PHYSICAL PLANT. Philadelphia Urban League. 1965. 8 pp. [551-8]

STATEMENT SUBMITTED TO THE STATE REAL ESTATE COMMISSION COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA ON BEHALF OF THE COUNCIL FOR EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES OF THE PHILADELPHIA FELLOWSHIP COMMISSION. By George W. Grier. 1960. 9 pp. [473-6]

STATEMENT TO THE GOVERNOR'S CITIZEN' COMMISSION ON BASIC EDUCATION. Presented ... by Annette Temin. Citizens Committee on Public Education in Philadelphia. 1972. Variously paged. [731-11]

STATEMENT TO THE JUDICIARY SUB-COMMITTEE, COMMITTEE ON THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, RE THE D.C. REDEVELOPMENT BILL, by John Ihlder. National Capital Housing Authority. 1946. 18 pp. [61-38]

STATEMENT TO THE STATE COUNCIL OF HIGHER EDUCATION by Philadelphia Urban League. No date. 3 pp. [551-8]

THE STATES AND SUBDIVISION. American Civil Liberties Union. 1953. 11 pp. [440-27]

 

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