General Pamphlet Collection, Additions, Part 6: Philadelphia - Population

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 These consist of published and unpublished materials usually received by the SCRC along with donated manuscript collections.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 6: Philadelphia - Population

PHILADELPHIA - MISCELLANEOUS

The greater Philadelphia story. Greater Philadelphia International Network. ND. 70 p. [900-1]

Greater Philadelphia: the practical location for NASA Electronics Research Center. Chamber of Commerce of Greater Philadelphia. ND. 62 p. [899-20]

Historic Philadelphia: historic, central, metropolitan, industrial. Public Ledger Company. 1922. NP. [861-2]

Man made Philadelphia: a guide to its physical and cultural environment, by Richard Saul Wurman and John Andrew Gallery. MIT Press. 1972. 104 p. [863-10]

A message on the state of the City, by Hon. H. J. Tate, Mayor. April 29, 1965. 31 p. [863-1]

Metropolitan area problems with particular reference to Philadelphia: collected papers of guest speakers, community leadership seminars, 1959-1960. Fels Institute of Local and State Government. ND. VP. [841

-11] [846-9]

Motor trips to historic points in and near Philadelphia, by the Motor Pathfinder. Reprinted from the Evening Bulletin. March 15, 1926. 81 p. [863-8]

Patriotic Philadelphia: a magazine devoted to the uplifting of our city. Vol. 3, No. 10, July, 1912. NP. [917-4]

Philadelphia, by Edwin Bateman Morris. Ceramic Tile Industry. (1957) 32 p. [880-6]

Philadelphia: a guide made for the convenience of people interested in the City's notable history and present achievements. John Wanamaker (Store). 1917. 48 p. [880-1]

Philadelphia: America's first international city. Greater Philadelphia International Network, Inc. ND. 35 p. [917-6]

Philadelphia as seen by the Corn Exchange National Bank. 1923. NP. [880-2]

Philadelphia: blueprint for urban renewal - Master shooting script, by Paul A. Litecky. Prepared for Reynolds Metals Company. Presented by De Frenes Company in association with Film Counselors, Inc. Revised

August 17, 1961. NP. [861- 7]

Philadelphia could be a major visitor center if... Only in Philadelphia. ND. 37 p. [866-11]

Philadelphia: everything that matters. And then some. New York Times, April 21, 1974. 20 p. [865-10]

Philadelphia invites you: the most inspiring city in America. Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau. [brochure]

Philadelphia: official handbook for visitors, by Robert H. Wilson. Philadelphia Tourist and Convention Bureau. Newly revised edition. 1920. 128 p. [866-1]

Philadelphia on parade, 1936: an outstanding sales and advertising exposition of the civic, cultural and industrial leadership of the workshop of the world. Philadelphia Hotel Association and Philadelphia

Chamber of Commerce. NP. [879-1]

Philadelphia: 120 principal views printed in colors. John C. Winston Company for Jules Reck Company. 1908. NP. [912-2]

Philadelphia: past achievements, present greatness and future possibilities. Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. 1924. 64 p. [866-2]

Philadelphia: Past, present, and future. University of Pennsylvania. School of Public and Urban Policy. ND. 17 p. [865-18]

A Philadelphia portfolio [paintings of Philadelphia landmark buildings]. One Logan Square Associates. ND. NP. [917-1]

A Philadelphia prospectus: overview of the City and introduction to the Philadelphia investment portfolio. University of Pennsylvania. School of Public and Urban Policy. October 25, 1982. 90 p.

The Philadelphia story: city in renaissance. Central District Business Association, Dallas, TX. Vol. 3, Issue 3, August 5, 1960. 15 p. [867-6]

Philadelphia: the book of the U.C.T. United Commercial Travellers. Convention Committee. Philadelphia Council No. 16. 1924. 88 p. [917-7]

Philadelphia: the business corporation, by Harry A. Mackey. City of Philadelphia. ND. 119 p. [861-4]

Philadelphia, the ideal convention city. ND. NP. [870-8]

Philadelphia, the quiet revolution: liveability. Franklin Town Corporation. ND. NP. [879-7]

Philadelphia then and now: a series of drawings by Henry Henry B. McIntire. 1936. NP. [868-6]

Philadelphia unified in territory and effort, by Harry A. Mackey. Before the Poor Richard Club, April 26, 1928. 50 p. [867-1]

A proposal for a Philadelphia city spirit project. University City Science Center. January 1975. NP. [864-6]

"Round the City's rim,": automobile tour, Tuesday, August 14, 1923. 10 p. [846-4]

Souvenir educational and historical directory of Philadelphia. Christopher Sower Company. ND. 14 p. [837-1]

Souvenir of Philadelphia [book of photographs]. [837-11]

Welcome to Philadelphia. Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company. ND. NP. [853-2]

Welcome to Philadelphia and John Wanamaker. John Wanamaker Store. 1947. 48 p. [853-5]

What and where in Philadelphia: places to go and how to get there. Arcos Corporation. ND. NP. [858-8]

Where to go and what to see in Philadelphia: special edition for Sesqui-centennial visitors. Strawbridge and Clothier Store. [1926] 24 p. [858-7]

Why Philadelphia? Executive summary. Greater Philadelphia International Network, Inc. ND. 10 p. [858-28]

PHILADELPHIA. BOARD OF REVISION OF TAXES.

Organization and administrative methods of the Board of Revision of Taxes of Philadelphia County. Bureau of Municipal Research. September 23, 1913. 63 p. [877-19]

PHILADELPHIA. BUREAU OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.

Bureau of Weights and Measures, City Commissioners, County of Philadelphia. Report No. 11 to the Committee of Fifteen. Bureau of Municipal Research of Philadelphia. December 1948. 16 p. [878-12]

Editorial response to disclosure of a public emergency: comment of Philadelphia newspapers on the weights and measures situation in Philadelphia-one week, March 6th to 13th, 1911. Bureau of Municipal

Research of Philadelphia. 15 P. [878-5]

PHILADELPHIA. CITY COUNCIL.

Your guide to the Council of the City of Philadelphia. Office of the City Representative. October 1953. NP. [858-14]

PHILADELPHIA. DEPARTMENT OF LICENSES AND INSPECTIONS.

Coordination of regulatory inspection activities, City and County of Philadelphia. Bureau of Municipal Research of Philadelphia. November 24, 1948. 35 p. [893-7]

PHILADELPHIA. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH.

Accomplishments of the Department, 1924-1927. Special Issue, Monthly Bulletin , November 1927. 32 p. [882 -14]

New era in medical public service: progress report, 1963-1967. Philadelphia Department of Public Health. 1967. 16 p. [846-6]

Regulations governing eating and drinking and catering establishments. 1955. 15 p. [877-28]

Regulations governing food stores. 1957. 8 p. [876-17]

PHILADELPHIA. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC PROPERTY.

Philadelphia Department of Public Property: architect, builder, custodian. ND. NP. [874-11]

PHILADELPHIA. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY.

Director's Office, Department of Public Safety, City of Philadelphia. Report no. 7 to Committee of Fifteen. Bureau of Municipal Research of Philadelphia. ND. 23 p. [887-6]

PHILADELPHIA. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY. BUREAU OF BUILDING INSPECTION.

Bureau of Building Inspection, Department of Public Safety, City of Philadelphia. Report no. 12 to the Committee of Fifteen. Bureau of Municipal Research. December 1948. 14 p. [878-13]

PHILADELPHIA. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE.

Towards human dignity; the story of the new Philadelphia Department of Public Welfare and the people it serves, 1952 1955. Philadelphia Department of Public Welfare. ND. NP. [844-16]

PHILADELPHIA. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS.

Business methods in municipal works: an informal record of the operations of the Department of Public Works, City of Philadelphia. 1913. 64 p. [878-2]

PHILADELPHIA. FIRE DEPARTMENT

Commemorating the centennial of the Philadelphia Fire Department. Philadelphia Fire Department. [1971] 64 p. [895-19]

Fire training manual. Philadelphia. Fire Department. January 9, 1958. 226 p. [902-5]

PHILADELPHIA. MUNICIPAL EXECUTIVE BOARD.

Regulations adopted by the Municipal Executive Board of the City of Philadelphia. 1885. 34 p. [846-1]

PHILADELPHIA. OFFICE OF THE RECORDER OF DEEDS.

Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Philadelphia. ND. 47 p. [877-3]

PHILADELPHIA. POLICE DEPARTMENT

Analysis and evaluation of Philadelphia Police Department operations: final report. Prepared by the Franklin Institute Research Laboratories for the Philadelphia Police Department. March 1969.

    Volume 1. 21 p. [884-21]
    Volume 2. 148 p. [884-22]


PHILADELPHIA. SPECIAL PROSECUTOR'S OFFICE

Evaluation of the Special Prosecutor's Office of Philadelphia, by Samuel Dash. February 10, 1977. 144 p. [897-9]

PHILADELPHIA. STREETS DEPARTMENT.

Working together in the Department of Streets Philadelphia. Philadelphia Streets Department. 1956. 19 p. [854-3]

PHILADELPHIA. WATER DEPARTMENT.

Report of the Committee on Streets and Services of the City Council specially empowered to investigate the Water Department of the City of Pkhiladelphia. (1956). 33 p. [838-11]

PHILADELPHIA CHILD GUIDANCE CENTER

A clean well-lighted place. Philadelphia Child Guidance Center. ND. NP. [891-1]

PHILADELPHIA CITY PLANNING COMMISSION

The Philadelphia City Planning Commission: an appraisal, by Walter H. Blucher. August 1954. 22 p. [879-5]

Report on the annual public hearing. Philadelphia City Planning Commission.

    October 11, 1966. 16 p. [840-9]
    January 14, 1969. Third. 8 p. [847-14]


PHILADELPHIA COMMISSION ON HUMAN RELATIONS

From this day forward... Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations. ND. 28 p. [884-18]

Regulations of the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations. 1959. 22 p. [877-11]

PHILADELPHIA ELECTRIC COMPANY

Facing the future: information for stockholders of Philadelphia Electric Company. Philadelphia Electric Company. 1943. NP. [902-2]

Philadelphia Electric Company information book. Philadelphia Electric Company. 1978. VP. [873-11]

Richmond Station of the Philadelphia Electric Company system. May 1926. 19 p. [877-16]

Southwark electric generating station. Philadelphia Electic Company. ND. 12 p. [879-19]

PHILADELPHIA EVENING BULLETIN

The Bulletin's new home: dedication ceremonies. June 1, 1955. NP. [878-4]

PHILADELPHIA GENERAL HOSPITAL

The killing of PGH. Health Information and Action Group. Medical Committee for Human Rights, Philadelphia Chapter. 1976. 16 p. [909-7]

The old Blockley Hospital; its characters and characteristics, by J. Chalmers Da Costa. Reprinted from the Journal of the American Medical Association. 1908. 16 p. [877-13]

Philadelphia General Hospital admission policies and procedures. Bureau of Municipal Research. December 1958 VP. [874-13] .

The Philadelphia General Hospital: the history of the Philadelphia Almshouse and Hospital, from their inception to the consolidation of the County and City of Philadelphia in 1854, by Roland G. Curtin.

Reprinted from Founders Week Memorial Volume, 1683-1908. 46 p. [876-6]

Survey of physical plant: the Philadelphia General hospital and the Philadelphia Hospital for Contagious Diseases, by E. T. Thompson and M. C. Hope. Committee of Fifteen. 1948. 36 p. [857-11]

Training program catalogue, 1947-1948. Philadelphia General Hospital. 12 p. [844-3]

PHILADELPHIA HEALTH MANAGEMENT CORPORATION

Health care in transition, report to the community, 1974-1975. Philadelphia Health Management Corporation. 23 p. [909-4]

PHILADELPHIA INDUSTRIAL PARK

The Philadelphia Industrial Park: unique in America. Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation. ND. NP. [912-3]

PHILADELPHIA MARITIME EXCHANGE

Eighty-eight nautical miles on the Delaware: the Philadelphia Maritime Exchange, 1875-1950. [1951] 51 p. [902-9]

PHILADELPHIA PARTNERSHIP

The Philadelphia Partnership: prospectus. Philadelphia Partnership. February 5, 1974. VP. [864-7]

The Philadelphia Partnership: Staff report. Philadelphia Partnership. ND. 82 p. [865-6]

PHILADELPHIA QUARTZ COMPANY

Respected friend. Philadelphia Quartz Company. 1956. 35 p. [872-1]

PHILADELPHIA SAVING FUND SOCIETY

A century and a quarter of service, 1816-1941. Philadelphia Saving Sund Society. 1941. 32 p. [910-9]

PHILADELPHIA SCHOOL OF OFFICE TRAINING

The Philadelphia School of Office Training: the career builders. Philadelphia School of Office Training, Inc. Fall term 1978 to FAll term 1980. 39 p. [867-3]

PHILADELPHIA URBAN COALITION

The inner city. Philadelphia Urban Coalition. [brochure] [913-3]

PHILADELPHIA WHOLESALE DRUG COMPANY

Golden anniversary of Philadelphia Wholesale Drug Company: 1888-1938, years of cooperative sholesaling. ND. 38 p. [899-9]

PHILIPPINOS

Philippine Independence Day celebration under the auspices of the Filipinos of Philadelphia and vicinity, July 3 and 4, 1946. Filipino Association of Philadelphia, Inc. NP. [876-15]

POLICE ATHLETIC LEAGUE

The Police Athletic League belongs to you the people of Philadelphia. Police Athletic League. ND. NP. [869-6]

POLISH AMERICANS

Second national convention, May 29-31, 1948, Polish-American Congress, Inc. 158 p. [848-1]

POLITICS AND ELECTIONS

The election process in Philadelphia: a study with recommendations. The City Controller of Philadelphia, the District Attorney of Philadelphia, The Committee of Seventy, Greater Philadelphia Partnership. ND.

VP. [901-9]

Guide to voter registration. Voters Rights Committee. Law School. University of Pennsylvania. August 1971. 6 p. [900-5]

Party rule in Philadelphia, by Harry A. Mackey. 1927. 12 p. [880-9]

A political primer: this manual is an introduction to the political process and methods of influencing the development of legislation, compiled by John Ruthrauff. Health and Welfare Council. 1973. 33 p.

[865-15]

Report on the City Commissioners. Committee of Seventy. 1974. 16 p. [842-9]

12 years of good government under 3 Democratic mayors made Philadelphia great! Democratic Campaign Committee of Philadelphia. 1963. VP. [844-17]

The twelfth National Republican Convention of the Republican Party, Philadelphia, June 18-21, 1900 [Program Book]. Philadelphia Citizens Nationa Republican Convention Committee and the Allied Republican

Clubs of Philadelphia. ND. 82 p. [844-2]

Your party and you. The Committee of Seventy. 1970. 40 p. [852-5]

POPULATION

Economic and social indicators for Philadelphia census tracts, 1980. Technical Information Paper. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. November 1982. 25 p. [898-2]

Estimates of future long term trend of population growth in the Philadelphia-Camden industrial area, 1950-2000. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. Second edition, March 1951. 21 p. [894-7]

General socio-economic characteristics and trends: Philadelphia and environs. Public Information Bulletin 8-C. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. April 1963. VP. [881-5]

Manual on procedure for using census data to estimate block income. Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. Department of Research. June 1975. 112 p. [875-4]

1970 Census users guide: summary tape processing center. Regional Inkformation Series No. 2. Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission. Regional Planning Information System. February 1972. 61 p. [847-10]

1980 census special population summary for Philadelphia census tracts. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. June 1981. 17 p. [841-3]

Population and housing characteristics for Philadelphia census tracts - 1980 & 1970. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. June 1983. 192 p. [861-1]

Population and housing, Philadelphia [1940]: characteristics and distributional patterns of population and housing in Philadelphia and its immediate environs. Map Series 1. Philadelphia City Planning

Commission. April 1949. 51 p. [856-11]

Population and housing, Philadelphia, 1950: Part A. Characteristics of population by census tracts. Map Series 2. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. June 1954. 63 p. [865-2]

Population and housing, Philadelphia, 1960: Part A. Characteristics of population and housing by census tracts. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. March 1962. 36 p. [865-13]

The population of Philadelphia and environs and labor faorce and employment estimates: a projection for 1950. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1946. 43 p. + 42 p. [866-6]

Population densities in 1940 and 1950 by census tracts - Philadelphia. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. August 1954. 14 p. [865-16]

Population projection system. Technical Report No. 3. Penn Jersey Transportation Study. June 1965. 34 p. [862-3]

Population trends: a study of Pennsylvania population basic to State planning - a study of population facts significant to Pennsylvania's present and future planning [statistics through 1930]. Greater

Pennsylvania Council. ND. 64 p. [865-12]

Preparing population estimates for minor civil divisions in the Delaware Valley region. Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission. 1969. 73 p. [868-9]

Socio-Economic characteristics: 1960 & 1970 Philadelphia Census tracts. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. ND. 147 p. [838-3] [838-4]

 

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