General Pamphlet Collection, Part 39: Residential-School

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 These consist of published and unpublished materials usually received by the SCRC along with donated manuscript collections.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 39: Residential - Schools



RESIDENTIAL ASPECTS OF THE PROPOSED ZONING ORDINANCE (BILL NO. 134). Statement of the Philadelphia Housing Association presented to the Committee on Municipal Development and Zoning, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1960. 8 pp. [132-19]

RESIDENTIAL BLIGHT ANALYSIS, DATA DEVELOPMENT. Philadelphia. Community Renewal Program. 1963. Var. paged. [473-6]

RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT IN PENNSYLVANIA. A report to the Department of Community Affairs by Morton J. Schussheim. 1971. 125 pp. [699-5]

THE RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT OF NEW JERSEY. A REGIONAL APPROACH. New Jersey Department of Conservation and Economic Development. 1964. 144 pp. [498-16]

RESIDENTIAL MORTGAGES AND CONSTRUCTION FINANCING Hagerstown, Maryland. University of Maryland. Bureau of Business and Economic Research. 1951. 35 pp. [740-4]

RESIDENTIAL REHABILITATION IN THE HARLEM PARK AREA, BALTIMORE, MARYLAND. Federal Housing Administration, Housing and Home Finance Agency, and the Baltimore Urban Renewal and Housing Agency. 1962. 59 pp. [80-15]

RESIDENTIAL REHABILITATION: THE PITFALLS OF NON-PROFIT SPONSORSHIP by Paul Niebanck and John B. Pope. 1968. 128 pp. [746-1]

RESIDENTIAL RELOCATION PROGRAM. Philadelphia. Redevelopment Authority. 1964. 7 pp. [506-3]

RESIDENTIAL RENEWAL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE INNER AREA OF THE CITY. Draft. Philadelphia. Community Renewal Program. 1965. 25 pp. [599-10] [594-7]

RESIDENTIAL SALES AND MORTGAGE MONITORING SYSTEM. Technical information paper. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1980. 32 pp. [512-9]

RESIDENTIAL SUPERVISION REVIEW FOR TOWNSHIPS, QUARTERLY REPORTS. Montgomery County Planning Commission. [258-1]
January-March, 1953. 4 pp.
April-June, 1953. 4 pp.
October-December, 1955. 4 pp.
Contents: Tables. List of Subdivision lots approved, 1950-1955 is attached. 3 pp.

RESIDENTIAL TORRESDALE AT THE CROSSROADS. Wilhelm and Walter Designers of subdivisions. Distributed by the Citizens' Council on City Planning. [59-33] RESIDENTS MANUAL: Richard Allen Homes. Philadelphia. Housing Authority. [249-10]

THE RESIDENTS OF THE MOUNT ROYAL-FREMONT URBAN RENEWAL AREA. Baltimore Urban Renewal and Housing Agency. 1960. 72 pp. [69-2]

RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE HYGIENE OF HOUSING, by the Council of the City of Chester. 1950. 3 pp. [226-2]

RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING RENTAL SCHEDULES, POLICIES AND STANDARDS FOR THE FIRST MANAGEMENT PROGRAM FOR THE PHILADELPHIA HOUSING AUTHORITY FOR THE JAMES WELDON JOHNSON HOMES, PROJECT PA-2-1. 1940. 70 pp. [244-20]

A RESOURCE COMPENDIUM FOR HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT. Housing Association of Delaware Valley. No date. 268 pp. [715-6]

RESOURCE MANUAL. Prepared for use in connection with legislative proposals later to be released by the Governor's Committee on Children and Youth. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. Philadelphia. 1952. 12 pp. [546-21]

RESOURCE MATERIALS FOR THE COMMITTEE ON FUTURE ORGANIZATION AND PROGRAM OF THE PHILADELPHIA HOUSING ASSOCIATION. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1954. 118 pp. [470-5] [186-8]

A RESOURCE UNIT ON HOUSING. Pittsburgh Housing Association and Western Pennsylvania Council for the Social Studies. 1957. 61 pp. [411-12]

RESOURCES FOR SENIOR CITIZENS IN PHILADELPHIA. Prepared by the Philadelphia Commission on Services to the Aging. No date. 22 pp. [713-1]

RESOURCES FOR THE TEACHER AND PROGRAM DIRECTOR. Services offered by the Philadelphia Housing Association. n.d. 2 sides. [407-2]

RESOURCES-NEEDS STUDY. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. 1956. 61 pp. [467-12] Contents: Preliminary report.

RESOURCES, PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS FOR TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT OF YOUTH IN PHILADELPHIA. Background Material. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. 1962. 28 pp. [564-8]

RESPONDING TO THE HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ACT: OPTIONS FOR PENNSYLVANIA. Pennsylvania. Department of Community Affairs. 1975. 21 pp. [699-7]

RESPONSIVENESS + RELEVANCE = DECENTRALIZATION, Dr. Shedd Tells City Schoolmen in First Speech, May 1967; in PCCA Schools Project Newsletter , June 1967. 4 pp. [305-1]

RESTAURANT & HOTEL LIQUOR LICENSES and eating place and hotel retail dispenser licenses. Pennsylvania. Liquor Control Board. 1956. 24 pp. [638-4]

RESULTS OF ZONING IN NEW JERSEY MUNICIPALITIES. Bureau of Municipal Information, New Jersey State League of Municipalities. 1929. 8 pp. [182-3]

RESUME OF THE MAYOR'S MESSAGE ON THE PROPOSED 1954-1959 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM AND 1954 CAPITAL BUDGET (The message is enclosed). Prepared for the Citizens' Budget Committee by Bureau of Municipal Research. 1953. Var. paged. [480-1]

RESUME OF THE PROPOSED HOUSING CODE FOR PHILADELPHIA; prepared by the Legislative Committee of the Philadelphia Housing Commission; undated. 3 pp. [235-3]

RESUME OF ZONING FOR PHILADELPHIA. Memo to Mr. Joseph H. Hagedorn from Mr.Bernard J. Newman. 1923. 4 pp. [131-19]

RETAIL ANALYSIS. FIFTH STREET. Prepared for National Urban Development Services Corporation by Hammer Siler, George Associates. 1975. 17 pp. [647-14]

RETAIL SALES OF DISTILLED SPIRITS, 1963 in special sections of the Philadelphia market. Research report 115. Prepared by the Philadelphia Inquirer Research Department. Aug. 1964. 4 pp. [792-10]

RETAIL TRADE. Baltimore. Department of Planning. 1957. 95 pp. [781-4]

RETAIL TRADE. GERMANTOWN AVENUE. Prepared for National Urban Development Services by Hammer, Siler, George Associates. 1975. 19 pp. [647-13]

RETAIL TRADE IN PHILADELPHIA'S COMMUNITY BUSINESS AREAS 1958 Census of business. Research report 83. Prepared by the Philadelphia Inquirer Research Department. Feb. 1963. 12 pp. [792-13]

RETAINING TENANT LEADERS IN PHILADELPHIA PUBLIC HOUSING. Pennsylvania Economy League. 1966. 44 pp. [438-15] Contents: Impact of income limits on retention of leaders in public housing projects.

RETARDED CHILDREN CAN BE HELPED. A handbook for volunteers ... Philadelphia County Chapter, Pennsylvania Association for Retarded Children. No date. No paging. [546-22]

RE-USE PLAN FOR REDEVELOPMENT AREA C-WEST. Chester City Planning Commission. 1959. 5 pp. [755-8]

REVENUE CLASSIFICATION. Lennox L. Moak, Director of Finance, Philadelphia. 1953. 39 pp. [456-9] Contents: Code indicating source of revenue.

REVERSE-FLOW EXPRESS BUS SERVICE. A proposal for improved transit service between inner-city residential areas of Washington, D.C. and suburban employment centers in Montgomery County, Maryland. By Henry Bain. 1968. 60 pp. [762-2]

REVERSING REGIONAL DECLINE. An analysis and strategy. Pennsylvania. Department of Community Affairs. 1976. Variously paged. [591-4]

REVIEW AND REVISION. A report of the Self-Study Committee of the National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers. 1960. 49 pp. [556-11]

REVIEW OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT UNIT STAFF PARTICIPATION WITH GREATER PHILADELPHIA DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION. Patricia L. Mallory...Prepared... under the direction of Joseph Oberman, Chief, Economic Development Unit, Department of Finance, City of Philadelphia. 1968. 24 pp. [791-4]

REVIEW OF MINORITY HOUSING PROBLEMS. Philadelphia Housing Association. [391-15]
1954. 7 pp.
1956. 8 pp.

A REVIEW OF PROGRESS UNDER THE PROGRAM FOR COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT. Philadelphia. Mayor's Office. 1964. 49 pp. [527-6]

A REVIEW OF PROGRESS UNDER THE WORKABLE PROGRAM FOR ... THE ELIMINATION AND PREVENTION OF SLUMS AND BLIGHT IN PHILADELPHIA. Submitted to Housing and Home Finance Agency by Mayor Tate, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
1961 - 19 pp. [499-4]
1962 - 19 pp. [71-9] [68-22]
1963 - 37 pp. [71-9]
1964 - 49 pp. [71-9]
1966 - 46 pp. [71-9]
1967 Review...56 pp. [511-8]
1967 Review...65 pp. [511-8]
1969 Draft...105 pp. [511-8]
1966 Review...46 pp. [511-8]
1963 Review...38 pp. [511-8]
1969 - 105 pp. [468-9]

REVIEW OF THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA by the Economics and Taxation Council of the Chamber of Commerce of Greater Philadelphia. 1961. 13 pp. [527-7]

A REVIEW OF THE ECONOMIC AND CULTURAL PROBLEMS OF THE NEGRO POPULATION OF CHESTER, MEDIA AND DARBY TOWNSHIP, PENNSYLVANIA, by the National Urban League. 1946. 63 pp. [387-8]

REVIEW OF THE ECONOMIC OUTLOOK OF THE CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT OF ... CAMDEN. Greater Camden Movement. 23 pp. 1962. [462-5]

REVIEW OF THE INTEGRATION PROGRAM OF THE PHILADELPHIA HOUSING AUTHORITY by Dr. Robert B. Johnson for the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations.
(1956). 122 pages plus appendix. [662-9]
1957. 140 pp. [393-12]

REVIEW OF THE NEED FOR STATE AID TO LOW-RENT HOUSING IN PENNSYLVANIA. Philadelphia Housing Association. 5 pp. 1948. [436-12]

A REVIEW OF THE 1959 CAPITAL PROGRAM (For the Years 1959-64) IN RELATION TO THE 1958 CAPITAL PROGRAM (FOR THE YEARS, 1958 -63)...Prepared for Citizens' Budget Committee by Bureau of Municipal Research and Pennsylvania Economy League. 1958. 22 pp. [480-5]

A REVIEW OF THE YEARS 1928-29-30-31 IN PHILADELPHIA, by William L. Thatcher. 28 pp. [396-25]

REVISED AND SUPPLEMENTAL SECTIONS OF PART 1 LOAN AND GRANT APPLICATION FOR UNIVERSITY CITY, UNIT NO. 3, URA. Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority. 1965. Variously paged. [529-13]

REVITALIZATION PROPOSED. KENSINGTON & ALLEGHENY COMMERCIAL DISTRICT. Prepared by James S. Holliday by Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. (1978). 40 pp. [655-2]

REVITALIZING THE OLDER CITY: THE ROLE OF URBAN RENEWAL, by William L. Slayton. Pittsburgh Business Review . May 1964. 12 pp. [82-9]

REVOLT IN PHILADELPHIA, by Roger Butterfield. 1952. 8 pp. [454-6] Contents: Three magazine articles.

REVOLT IN THE VILLAGE; Powelton Village neighbors battle redevelopment interests; in Greater Philadelphia Magazine , August, 1963. 6 pp. [306-3]

REVOLUTION OFF RITTENHOUSE SQUARE. Real estate and building section, Greater Philadelphia Magazine . June 1961. 4 pp. [79-11]

RHEUMATIC HEART SURVEY, WOLF SCHOOL. Philadelphia Heart Association. 1945. 3 pp. [359-30]

RIDLEY CREEK STREAM VALLEY PARK. Chester City Planning Commission, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. 1959. 7 pp. [107-29]

RIGHT TO READ EVALUATION REPORT. A survey of reading specialists. Pennsylvania. Department of Education. 1976. Variously paged. [731-6]

RIGHTS AND LIMITATIONS ON SPEECH AND ASSEMBLY. Arlen Specter. Philadelphia District Attorney's Office. 1968. 46 pp. [542-23]

RIVERVIEW--BACKGROUND INFORMATION prepared by C. G. Sheps, M.D. and Associated Consultants. 1963. 31 pp. [510-5]

RIVERVIEW-PRESENT AND FUTURE, a report to the Commissioner of Public Welfare, City of Philadelphia, by C. G. Sheps. 1963. 37 pp. [284-9] Contents: Includes a preliminary architectural survey.

THE ROAD AHEAD. Richardson Dilworth. 16 pp. 1956. [460-7] Contents: State of the City message.

THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT IN INFLUENCING CHANGES IN HOUSING IN BALTIMORE: 1940-1950, by Morton Hoffman. Reprinted from Land Economics . May 1954. 16 pp. [153-3]

ROLE OF SOCIAL WORKER IN PLANNED COMMUNITY CHANGE, by Sydney B Markey. Paper presenetd at National Conference on Social Welfare, Atlantic City, New Jersey. 1960. 14 pp. [50-17]

THE ROLE OF THE BABY IN THE PLACEMENT PROCESS. Pennsylvania School of Social Work. 1946. 113 pp. [546-16] [576-2]

ROLE OF THE PUBLIC AND VOLUNTARY AGENCIES IN THE FIELD OF RECREATION, GROUP WORK AND INFORMAL EDUCATION by the Recreation Coordination, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. no date. 13 pp. [558-20]

THE ROLE OF THE YWCA IN A CHANGING ERA by Dan W. Dodson. 1960. 109 pp. [558-9]

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES. Report number 6. Commission on Decentralization and Community Participation. Principal author is Graham S. Finney, consultant to the School District of Philadelphia. 1969. 39 pp. [647-8]

A ROOF IS NOT ENOUGH. National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers. (1962). 32 pp. [648-14]

ROOM AT THE TOP, MIDDLE AND BOTTOM, by Lillian Kohn; in Greater Philadelphia , September, 1966. 7 pp. [268-15]

ROOM OVERCROWDING AND THE LODGER EVIL, by Lawrence Veiller. 1913. 15 pp. [435-11] Contents: Paper read before the National Housing Conference, Philadelphia. 1912.

ROSE VALLEY GARDEN SUBURBS. Moylan Rose Valley, Pennsylvania, Inc. n.d. 19 pp. [58-13]

ROUND TABLE. Boys and girl's Workers Division. National Federation of Settlements. [666-19]
Vol. VII, #3. Februray 1943. 15 pp.
Vol. VII, #4. March 1943. 11 pp.

ROXBOROUGH : REPORT ON UPPER ROXBOROUGH. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1953. Typed copy plus maps. [28-9]

RULES AND REGULATIONS AND FORMS FOR ZONING BOARDS OF ADJUSTMENT. Institute of Local Government, University of Pittsburgh. 1954. 24 pp. [132-7]

RULES AND REGULATIONS AS TO PUBLIC HEALTH NUISANCES. Pennsylvania Department of Health. 1923. 7 pp. [357-33] Exact copy of minutes for April 4, 1923 in letter signed by John J. Shaw, Secretary of Health, and dated July, 1940. 4 pp.

RULES AND REGULATIONS AS TO SANITATION IN TENEMENT, LODGING AND BOARDING HOUSES, by the Pennsylvania Department of Health. 1925. 7 pp. [231-1] [349-17]

RULES AND REGULATIONS CONCERNING THE HYGIENE OF HOUSING IN WILMINGTON DELAWARE, by the Wilmington Board of Health. 1950. 5 pp. [232-16]

RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR STATE-AIDED INSTITUTIONS FOR DEPENDENT AND FOR DELINQUENT CHILDREN, DAY NURSERIES, MATERNITY HOMES AND CHILD CARING AGENCIES. Pennsylvania. Department of Welfare. 1932. 15 pp. [577-39]

RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE CLEANING OF PRIVY WELLS, VAULTS, SINKS, OR CESSPOOLS. Philadelphia Department of Public Health and Charities. 1914. 16 pp. 1946 edition. 13 pp. [351-5]

RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE GUIDANCE OF COUNTY MEDICAL INSPECTORS AND STATE HEALTH OFFICERS. Pennsylvania Department of Health. 1911. 93 pp. [357-27]

RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE INSPECTION AND LICENSING OF BOARDING HOUSES FOR CHILDREN. Pennsylvania. Bureau of Community Work. 1948. 8 pp. [743-2]

RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE LOCATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF DUMPS AND COLLECTING STATIONS FOR THE DISPOSAL OF WASTE, RUBBISH, ASHES AND OTHER REFUSE IN THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, by the Philadelphia Department of Public Health and charities. 1914. 4 pp. [357-6]

RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE SANITARY KEEPING OF STABLES AND OTHER PLACES WHERE HORSES, MULES, COWS, SHEEP, GOATS OR SWINE ARE KEPT, AND FOR THE COLLECTING, STORING AND TRANSPORTING OF MANURE IN THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia Department of Public Health and Charities. 1914. 16 pp. [348-26]

RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING BONE BOILING ESTABLISHMENTS AND DEPOSITORIES OF DEAD ANIMALS. Philadelphia Department of Public Health and Charities. 1912. 4 pp. [349-4]

RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING PRIVATE ACADEMIC SCHOOLS AND AGENTS. Pennsylvania. Department of Education. 1968. 24 pp. [731-14]

RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING RAG SHOPS, SECOND-HAND PAPER SHOPS, JUNK SHOPS IN PHILADELPHIA, by the Philadelphia Department of Public Health. 1918. 4 pp. [356-1]

RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING REGISTRATION AND LICENSURE OF MASTER AND JOURNEYMAN PLUMBERS, HOUSE DRAINAGE, VENTILATION AND CESSPOOLS IN THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia Department of Public Health and Charities. 1918. 68 pp. 1921. 65 pp. [349-12]

RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING REGISTRATION AND LICENSURE OF MASTER AND JOURNEYMEN PLUMBERS. HOUSE DRAINAGE, VENTILATION AND CESSPOOLS. Philadelphia Department of Public Health. 1911. 64 pp. 1930. 64 pp. [349-5]

RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING TENEMENT HOUSE INSPECTION IN THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia Department of Public Health and Charities. 1913. 15 pp. [357-4]

RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE BUSINESS OF KEEPING FOWLS IN THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia Department of Public Health. 1920. 4 pp. [348-26] RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE KEEPING, KILLING AND DRESSING OF POULTRY. Philadelphia Department of Public Health. 1915. 7 pp.

RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE PRIVATE COLLECTION OF KITCHEN GARBAGE OR OFFAL. Philadelphia Department of Public Health and Charities. Adopted 1913. Amended 1915. 4 pp. [349-3]

RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH GOVERNING THE SALE OF MILK AND ITS FLUID DERIVATIVES IN THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, by the Philadelphia Department of Public Health and Charities. 1916. 24 pp. [357-7]

RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE PHILADELPHIA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND CHARITIES PERTAINING TO TENEMENT HOUSE INSPECTION. 1907. 8 pp. [458-18]

RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT. Philadelphia Board of Adjustment. 1933. 7 pp. [128-1]

RULES AND REGULATIONS RELATIVE TO THE CONSTRUCTION OF PLUMBING OR HOUSE DRAINAGE IN THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA issued by the Department of licenses and inspections. Effective July 3, 1961. Amended Septemebr 15, 1967. 107 pp. [512-1]

RULES GOVERNING THE SANITARY MAINTENANCE OF PRIVY VAULTS AND PRIVY HOUSES IN THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia. Department of Public Health and Charities. 1915. [240-1] [349-2]

RULES OF PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE. Administrative Manual-Part II. Delaware River Basin Commission.
1964. 19 pp. [519-25] [486-13]
1968. 27 pp. [527-9] [604-8]
1974. 40 pp. [584-14]

RULES OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA. 1968-1972 (As adopted January 1, 1968). 20 pp. [516-1]

RULES OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF... PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia County Democratic Executive Committee. 1954. 56 pp. [453-20] Contents: Xerox copy.

RULES, REGULATIONS AND MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR BOARDING HOUSES FOR INFANTS. Pennsylvania. Department of Welfare. 1929. 5 pp. [634-1]

RULES, REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS FOR THE CARE OF CERTAIN INDIGENT PERSONS AND CHILDREN. Pennsylvania. Department of Welfare 1940. 20 pp. [577-39]

RUMORS CONCERNING FAIR HOUSING PRACTICES LEGISLATION; memo to intergroup relations agencies. Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations. 1961. 2 pp. [383-7]

RURAL HOUSING IN THE UNITED STATES, by Bernard J. Newman. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1928. 14 pp. [194-20] Contents: Paper delivered at the International Housing and Town Planning Conference, Paris, July 1928. Also included: two page summary of report.

RURAL PLANNING: A CONCEPT STUDY FOR PLANNING IN RURAL NEW JERSEY. Rutgers University Planning Service. 1961. 66 pp. [39-13]

RURAL PLANNING: THE SOCIAL ASPECTS OF RECREATION PLACES. [105-13] TRESS FOR TOWN AND CITY STREETS. PLANTING AND CARE OF STREET TREES. Three articles. United States Department of Agriculture (Farmers Bulletin). 1924.

Rx FOR SERVICE. Philadelphia's War and Post-War Program. Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce and Board of Trade. No date (ca. 1942). Unpaged. [119-22]

SALARIES COMMUNITY CHEST AGENCIES. An analysis of salaries budgeted by Community Chest Agencies including comparisons among the budget sections and with the consumers' price index 1948-1958. Prepared by Research Department Health and Welfare Council, Inc. Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties. 1957. 8 pp. [563-13]

SALARIES, JOB DESCRIPTION, PRESONNEL, PRACTICES. A survey of Current salaries paid, prerequisites, given. and other related presonnel practices in homes for the aged in the Philadelphia area. For the Association of Administrators of Homes for the aged, Service Division by Research Department. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. 1961. Variously paged. [540-8]

SALARY STUDY OF EXECUTIVE AND LEGISLATIVE POSITIONS. City of Philadelphia. Price Waterhouse and Company. Clark, Dietz, Varello and Associates. Day and Zimmerman, Inc. Laventhol, Krekstein, Griffith and Company. 1966. 15 pp. [805-2]

SALES PRICE SURVEY, PITTSBURGH METROPOLITAN AREA: single family houses completed July-December 1949. United States Labor Department. 1951. 5 pp. [344-11]

SALINITY OF THE DELAWARE ESTUARY. Hydrology of tidal streams by Bernard Cohen and Leo T. McCarthy, Jr. Geological Survey Water Supply Paper 1586-B. U.S. Geological Survey. 1962. 47 pp. [614-2] [628-3]

THE SALAVATION ARMY POLICIES AND SERVICES in the Greater Philadelphia area. No date. 23 pp. [559-3]

SAMPLE BALLOTS: 29th Election District, 22nd Ward. 1905-1916. Variously paged. [402-5]

SAMPLE SERVICE STATISTICS OF THE MEMBER AGENCIES OF THE COMMUNITY FUND OF PHILADELPHIA AND VICINITY, during 1937 and 1938. Council of Social Agencies. 1939. 22 pp. [374-29]

SAMPLE SURVEY OF RENTAL CHANGES IN PHILADELPHIA AUGUST, 1939, to December, 1940. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1941. 7 pp. [267-19] [243-23]

SANITATION AND BETTER HOMES. Radio talk by Bernard J. Newman. 1930. 8 pp. [436-14]

THE SAYINGS OF CHAIRMAN FRANK, OR I NEVER SAW MY MOTHER NAKED. Americans for Democratic Action. Southeastern Pennsylvania Chapter. 104 pp. 1977. [460-4]

SCATTERED SITE HOUSING IN WEST KENSINGTON. A study by the Community resource center of Philadelphia. (1979). 4 pp. [714-10]

SCENIC ROADS AND AUTO GRAVEYARDS-BEAUTY VERSUS BLIGHT. Berks County Planning Commission. Information Bulletin number 13, August 1965. 10 pp. plus appendix. [542-14]

SCHOOL AFFILIATION SERVICE. General handbook. American Friends Service Committee. 1960. Variously paged. [669-9]

SCHOOL AND STATE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEMS--A COMPARISON. Joint State Government Commission, Subcommittee on Retirement Systems and Law. 1949. 59 pp. [440-12]

SCHOOL BUILDING SURVEY OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT OF HAVERFORD TOWNSHIP PENNSYLVANIA by the Educational Service Bureau and the Institute of Local and State Government. 1945. 50 pp. [538-6]

SCHOOL-BY-SCHOOL STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF THE PHILADELPHIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Compiled and published by Helen Oakes. 1977. 24 pp. [772-5]

THE SCHOOL-COMMUNITY COORDINATOR SERVICE. Philadelphia. School District. Division of Pupil Personnel & Counselling. No date. 9 pp. [669-23]

SCHOOL COUNSELLING : a five year report. Philadelphia School District. 1947. 43 pp. [365-11]

SCHOOL DIRECTORY ARRANGED BY REGIONS. Philadelphia. Civil Defense Council. 1959. No paging. [542-25]

THE SCHOOL DISTRICT OF PHILADELPHIA, A CRITICAL ANALYSIS by Helen Oakes. 1968. 42 pp. [489-10]

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF PHILADELPHIA ENROLLEMENT PROJECTION. Kendree and Shepherd Planning Consultants. 1966. 25 pp. plus appendix. [601-23]

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF PHILADELPHIA : REPORT FOR THE YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1934. 12 pp. [364-6]

SCHOOL FACILITIES SURVEY, CHAPTER IV: TEN YEAR CAPITAL PROGRAM, 1965-1974. Philadelphia School District. 50 pp. [321-3]

SCHOOL FACILITIES SURVEY, by Harry B. Saunders for the Philadelphia School District. 1965. 226 pp. [301-11]

SCHOOL HEALTH PROVISIONS; summary in a report of a study of health needs and resources of Pennsylvania, by the School of Hygiene and Public Health, John Hopkins University, 1961. 4 pp. Distributed by the Governor's Committee on Children and Youth, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 1962. [355-13]

SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICES IN PHILADELPHIA, by Ruth H. Weaver; from Journal of the American Medical Women's Association , March, 1951. 7 pp. [359-22]

SCHOOL LAWS OF PENNSYLVANIA, 1949. Pennsylvania Department of Public Instruction. 491 pp. [440-17]

SCHOOL LAWS PASSED BY THE 1953 GENERAL ASSEMBLY AND APPROVED BY THE GOVERNOR. Pennsylvania Department of Public Instruction. 1953. 15 pp. [457-3]

SCHOOL NEWS AND VIEWS. Philadelphia Public Schools. [516-15] Vol. XIII, no. 5. Nov. 15, 1961. 4 pp.

SCHOOL PLANT PROGRAM FOR 18 SCHOOL DISTRICTS OF DELAWARE AND CHESTER COUNTIES. Pennsylvania Economy League. 112 pp. 1952. [460-13] 65 pp. and appendix. [114-2]

SCHOOL SETTLEMENT PROGRAM FOR SOCIALLY AND EMOTIONALLY MALAJUSTED CHILDREN. Delaware Valley Settlement Alliance. No date. No pages. [566-9]

SCHOOL VISITS REPORT. Citizens Committee on Public Education in Philadelphia. [489-3]
1963-1964 report 9 pp.
1964-1965 report 7 pp.
1965-1966 report 11 pp.
1966-1967 report 11 pp.

SCHOOLS AND CITY HALL. A PARTNERSHIP. Blueprint for a better Philadelphia. Report to the Paople no. 5: Education by Arlen Specter. No date. 25 pp. [508-20]

SCHOOLS ARE WHAT WE MAKE THEM: AN INDEPENDENT SURVEY AND PROGRAM. Philadelphia Committee to Preserve Our Schools. 1952. 15 pp. [440-18]

THE SCHOOLS OF GERMANTOWN. A proposal for urban schools in renewing community. 1964. Variously paged. [510-8]

SCHOOLS PROJECT EDUCATIONAL MANUAL. A CITIZEN'S GUIDE TO THE PHILADELPHIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS prepared by the Philadelphia. Council for Community Advancement. Appendix 1967. 46 pp. [572-14]

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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