General Pamphlet Collection, Part 34: Pros-Real

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 These consist of published and unpublished materials usually received by the SCRC along with donated manuscript collections.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 34: Pros - Real



THE PROS AND CONS OF THE COUNCIL-MANAGER FORM OF GOVERNMENT. Bureau of Municipal Research of Philadelphia. 1949. 6 pp. [454-2]

PROSPECTS FOR EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT. League of Women Voters of the United States. 1964. 24 pp. [649-9]

THE PROSPECTS OF THE POOR. Remarks of Dennis Clark at the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials National Housing Workshop, Detriot, Michigan October 26, 1964. 24 pp. [530-2]

PROSPECTS TO 1980 - HOUSING, POPULATION, SCHOOL ENROLLMENTS WEST DEPTFORD TOWNSHIP GLOUCESTER COUNTY, NEW JERSEY. Prepared for West Deptford Township Planning Board of and West Deptford Township Board of Education by Government Studies Center Fels Institute of Local and State Government. 1967. 32 pp. [534-6]

PROSPECTUS. Penn Jersey Transportation Study. 1959. Variously paged. [606-2]

"PROSPERITY HOMES" built under the "Swarthmore Plan" at cost of ground and construction--without profit. William E. Witham. 1932. Unpaged. [144-8]

PROTECTING OUR LIVING RESOURCES. Department of Forests and Waters, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. No date. Unpaged. [109-15]

PROTECTING THE PUBLIC INTEREST IN PHILADELPHIA PUBLIC SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION PROGRAMS. Pennsylvania Economy League (Eastern Division). 1968. 64 pp. [609-6]

PROTECTING THE SEMI-PUBLIC WATER SUPPLIES ALONG PENNSYLVANIA'S HIGHWAYS; supplement to November-December, 1928, issue of Pennsylvania's Health . Pennsylvania State Department of Health. 50 pp. [358-27]

PROTECTION FOR THE NEWSBOYS AND OTHER STREET WORKERS IN PHILADELPHIA, by Charles L. Chute, Pennsylvania Child Labor Association. 1912. 10 pp. [441-26]

PUBLIC ABSENTEEISM IN PHILADELPHIA'S PUBLIC SCHOOLS. A statistical study. Pennsylvania Economy League. 1973. 34 pp. [541-19]

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE ALLOWANCES COMPARED WITH THE COST OF A DECENT AND HEALTHFUL STANDARD OF LIVING. Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare. 1959. 30 pp. [379-11]

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE ALLOWANCES COMPARED WITH THE COST OF LIVING AT A MINIMUM STANDARD OF HEALTH AND DECENCY, Fall of 1964. 28 pp. Fall 1966. 30 pp. Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare. [333-40]

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE IN PENNSYLVANIA. Informational leaflet no. 1 on public assistance. Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare. Office of Family Services. 1971. 23 pp. [773-7]

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE IN PENNSYLVANIA. Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare. Office of Public Assistance. 1964. 22 pp. [565-4]

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE IN PENNSYLVANIA. Pennsylvania Department of Welfare. Office of Public Assistance. 1961. 20 pp. [648-3]

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE REVIEW , Annual reports, Pennsylvania Department of Public Assistance. 1944-1950, 1954-1958. Variously paged. Quarterly reports. Third quarter, 1945. 60 pp. Third quarter, 1946. 40 pp. [379-9]

THE PUBLIC CHARITIES ASSOCIATION OF PENNSYLVANIA. Legislative program for 1915. 3 page leaflet. [657-30]

PUBLIC EDUCATION. Greater Philadelphia Movement. Executive Committee. 1959. Variously paged. [702-7]

THE PUBLIC HEALTH: A FRIENDLY WORK WITH THE PHILADELPHIANS. Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, new York. ca. 1912. 4 pp. pamphlet. [359-7]

THE PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE AND PLANNED PARENTHOOD. Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc. no date. 29 pp. [576-3]

PUBLIC HEALTH VIEWS , by the Philadelphia Department of Public Health. [335-11]
Autumn, 1953. 32 pp.
Nursing number. Winter, 1953. 30 pp.
Dental number. Autumn, 1955?. 32 pp.

PUBLIC HEARING before Commission to Study the Practicability of Consolidating the South Jersey Port Commission and the Delaware River Port Authority. Constituted under Senate concurrent resolution #18. Volume I. 1966. 94 pp. [627-8]

PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE SENATE COMMITTEE ON REVISION AND AMENDMENT OF LAWS on Senate bill No. 8-the "Urban Renewal Corporation Law of 1961" Held: Senate Chamber State House Trenton, New Jersey. 1961. Var. paged. [770-8]

Public Hearing on the Wagner-Ellender-Taft Housing Bill, (S. 1952). Sponsored by the Delaware County Welfare Council and the Philadelphia Housing Association. 1946. Media, Pennsylvania. 52 pp. [203-11]

PUBLIC HEALTH CONDUCTED BY THE PHILADELPHIA HOUSING AUTHORITY. 1945. 210 pp. [149-18] Contents: Public hearing on post war housing in Philadelphia.

PUBLIC HEARINGS ON PROPOSED SITES. Philadelphia Housing Authority. 1950. Variously paged. [430-1] [431-1] Contents: Public hearings. Sites: Cresson, Roberts, Princeton, Diamond, Wilson Park, Mill Creek, Mantua, Abbott, Norris, North Allen, Harrison, Liddonfield, Schuylkill Falls, Green Valley, Queen Lane, Rittenhouse, East Poplar, Rising Sun, Fountain, Whitehall, Hunting Park, Jackson, Fitzwater, Oxford Village, Hoffman.

PUBLIC HEARINGS ON PROPOSED SITES. Philadelphia Housing Authority. 1956-1959. Variously paged. [431-1] Contents: Reports of proceedings. Sites: Manayunk, Tower -Terrace, Ripka, Ridge, Awbury, Greene, Queen Lane II, Greenway, Greenwich-Bigler, Haverford, Norris, Mill Creek, Mantua, Pennsylvania Hospital, Johnson, Belfield, Castor, Champlost, Ruan, Woodhaven, Hartel, Tacony Creek, Northeast Village, Forth and Carpenter, Greenway, Whitehall, Hill Creek, East Poplar, Faintain, Morton, League Island, Oregon and Front, Adams Terrace, Fotterall, Reynolds.

PUBLIC HOUSING. Report to the Community. Philadelphia. Housing Authority. 1952, 1958. Var. paged. [471-1]

PUBLIC HOUSING AND POLICY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEW UNITS. Citizens' Council on City Planning and Philadelphia Housing Association. 1955. 2 pp. [428-17]

PUBLIC HOUSING AND URBAN REDEVELOPMENT. University of Pennsylvania. Institute of Local and State Government. 1951. Unpaged. [65-12]

PUBLIC HOUSING AND YOU by Francis Bosworth.
No date. No paging. [544-13]
1950. 7 pp. [407-17]

PUBLIC HOUSING: BUILDING BETTER SLUMS? Greater Philadelphia Magazine. 1961. 5 pp. [429-14]

PUBLIC HOUSING CITIES WORK DONE, BLAMES TIE-UP ON LACK OF FUNDS, by John Ihlder. Reprinted from The Washnigton Post . April 15, 1945. 1 p. [148-43] Contents: Slum clearance.

PUBLIC HOUSING COMES TO PITTSBURGH, by Ellis H. Thumpson; from Greater Pittsburgh . Ca. 1940. 4 pp. [251-7]

THE PUBLIC HOUSING CONTROVERSY. Americans for Democratic Action, Philadelphia Chapter. 1956. 2 pp. [429-9]

PUBLIC HOUSING FOR THE AGED. Health and Welfare Council, Delaware County District. 1961. 5 pp. [459-13]

PUBLIC HOUSING HANDBOOK for applicants and tenants. Housing Association of Delaware Valley. 1968. 38 pp. plus appendix. [721-3]

PUBLIC HOUSING IN NEWARK. Housing Authority of the City of Newark. 1944. 39 pp. [177-3]

PUBLIC HOUSING IN PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1950. 4 pp. [408-6]

PUBLIC HOUSING IN PHILADELPHIA. New and proposed housing for The Philadelphia Housing Authority. 1953. 6 pp. [181-14]

PUBLIC HOUSING IN THE 21st WARD? Housing Association of Delaware Valley and 21st Ward fair Housing Council. ca. 1969. 6 pp. [451-12]

PUBLIC HOUSING IS GOOD BUSINESS. Housing Authority of the County of Beaver, Pennsylvania. 2 pp. n.d. [424-14]

PUBLIC HOUSING IS IN COMPETITION WITH PRIVATE ENTERPRISE, AND CAN LEAD TO STATE SOCIALISM, by Arthur Binns. 1945. 3 pp. [427-21]

PUBLIC HOUSING PAYS DIVIDENDS. Housing Authority of the City of Newark. 12 pp. 1945. [424-8]

PUBLIC HOUSING POLICY. A statement setting forth the criteria for review of public housing projects by the City Planning Commission. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 1959. [601-7]

THE PUBLIC HOUSING PROGRAM IN PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia Committee on Public Affairs. 1940. 10 pp. [148-7]

PUBLIC HOUSING QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS, supplied by Charles Abrams. Pennsylvania School of Social Work, Courses in Housing Administration. 1939-1940. Variously paged. [146-30]

PUBLIC HOUSING REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY. Philadelphia. Housing Authority.
Vol. IV: No. 5-Nov. - Dec. 1954. 7 pp. [658-34]
1951-1958. Variously paged. [439-7]

PUBLIC HOUSING SITE INFORMATION. Philadelphia. Housing Authority. (1962). Variously paged. [599-9]

PUBLIC INFORMATION BULLETIN. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission.
December 1949, No. 4 - Recreation sites acquired by city of Philadelhia. 4 pp. [558-20]
September 1953. 16 pp. Population of Philadelphia and its Metropolitan area general characteristics and trends. [673-9]

PUBLIC INFORMATION BULLETIN. Philadelphia. Office of Director of Finance. 1963. n.p. [471-9]

PUBLIC LAND IN PENNSYLVANIA. Pennsylvania State Planning Board. 1964. Unpaged. [112-10]

THE PUBLIC LOOKS AT THE COMMUNITY CHEST. A.B. Blankenship and Associates. 1948. 16 pp. [359-30]

PUBLIC LOW-RENT HOUSING IN PENNSYLVANIA. Pennsylvania State Board of Housing. 1938. 8 pp. [437-4]

PUBLIC - PRIVATE FINANCING OF CHILD CARE IN PHILADELPHIA. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. Children's Division. 1960. 12 pp. [547-3]

PUBLIC RECORDS IN COUNTY COURTHOUSES by Martha B. Curtis. Reprinted from "Pennsylvania History". Volume XXV. No. 3, July 1958. 37 pp. [526-4]

PUBLIC RECREATION AND SCHOOL AREAS. Preliminary Inventory. Delaware County Planning Commission, Media. 1953. 29 pp. [107-2]

PUBLIC RECREATION AND SCHOOL AREAS IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY, A PRELIMINARY INVENTORY. Montgomery County Planning Commission. 1954. 21 pp. [107-6]

PUBLIC RECREATION FOR PENNSYLVANIA. Pennsylvania Department of Commerce. 1961. 34 pp. [110-16]

PUBLIC RELATIONS IN A SMALL TOWN; in Municipal Administration , supplement, January, 1950. Associated Institutes of Government of Pennsylvania Universities. [368-24]

THE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM OF PHILADELPHIA by a member of the Board of Education. Scoial Science Association of Philadelphia Papers of 1874. 16 pp. [656-6]

THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND THE PUBLIC. Report of the Select Commission to Study the Pittsburgh School Board. 1969. 78 pp. [571-3]

PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN THEIR RELATIONS TO THE COMMUNITY BY James S. Whitney. Social Science Association of Philadelphia Papers of 1880. 18 pp. [656-10]

PUBLIC SENTIMENT; in the matter of House Bills 294 and 295 and against the repeal of the Housing Code of 1913, compiled by the Philadelphia Housing Commission. 1915. 22 pp. [205-35]

A PUBLIC SEWERAGE SYSTEM FOR MONTGOMERY COUNTY: a proposal by the Civic Council of Montgomery County. 1956. 8 pp. [351-24]

THE PUBLIC TRANSIT AUTHORITY: A STUDY OF FIVE CITIES. City of Philadelphia. Office of the Mayor. 1963. 49 pp. [104-8]

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL PROGRAM for the fiscal years ending June 30th 1973 - 1978. Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission. 1972. 30 pp. [614-11]

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY. Montgomery County Planning Commission, Pennsylvania. 1961. 83 pp. [103-9] [483-6]

PUBLIC WELFARE REPORT . Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare. June, 1958-May, 1960. July, 1962-June, 1965. Variously paged. [380-11]

PUBLIC WORKS ACCELERATION PROGRAM. Office of the Managing Director. 1964. 7 pp. [506-3]

PUBLIC WORKS INSPECTION IN PHILADELPHIA, by Philip A. Beatty. 1933. 32 pp. [433-12]

PUBLICITY OF THE BUREAU OF MUNICIPAL RESEARCH OF PHILADELPHIA, by William C. Beyer, at the Governmental Research Conference, New York City. 1927. 12 pp. [385-20]

PUERTO RICANS IN PHILADELPHIA. A report prepared by the Migration Division. Department of Labor. Commonwealth of Puerto Rico for the Council of Spanish speaking organizations of Philadelphia. (1963). 45 pp. [668-8]

PUERTO RICANS IN PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia. Commission on Human Relations. Prepared by Raymond Metauten. Edited by Burton I. Gordin. 1959. 39 pp. [665-7]

PUERTO RICANS IN PHILADELPHIA. Prepared by Institute for Research in Human Relations Philadelphia. City of Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations. 1954. 135 pp. [668-6]

PULLING TOGETHER. The Joint annual report of 17 day nurseries, 10 child caring agencies, 6 preventive and protective agencies. The Children's Department Council of Social Agencies. 1936. 22 pp. [725-9]

PURE STREAMS? IT'S UP TO YOU; campaign against stream pollution in Pennsylvania; from the Pennsylvania Angler , April, 1946. 4 pp. [350-26]

PUTTING OUR HEADS TOGETHER. Being the joint annual report of 17 day nurseries, 12 child caring agencies, 6 preventive and protective agencies of the Children's Department Council of Social Agencies. 1937. 30 pp. [725-10]

PYMATUNING RESERVOIR PROJECT. Pennsylvania Department of Forests and Waters. 1926. 79 pp. [350-25]

Q & A ON THE PHILADELPHIA COMMUNITY COLLEGE. Philadelphia Commission on Higher Education. No date. No paging. [551-2]

QUAKER "SELF HELP" REHABILITATION PROGRAM IN PHILADELPHIA. A Case Study. A.C.T.I.O.N. Research Memorandum. (American Council to Improve our Neighborhoods). 1955. 12 pp. [84-3]

QUALIFICATION PROPOSAL CARGO CITY. City of Philadelphia International Airport. Philadelphia. Department of Commerce. 1968. No paging. [609-10]

A QUARTER CENTURY OF RETAIL TRADE ACTIVITY IN THE PHILADELPHIA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA 1929 TO 1954. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1958. 35 pp. [28-5]

QUARTER SESSIONS: INFORMATION PROCESSING PROCEDURES. Philadelphia. Office of the Clerk of Quarter Sessions. Management Planning Unit. No date. 16 pp. [566-2]

QUARTER SESSIONS: SPACE UTILIZATION PLAN. Philadelphia. Office of the Clerk of Quarter Sessions. Management Planning Unit. No data. 14 pp. and appendix. [566-3]

QUARTERLY REPORT. Philadelphia Urban League.
July 1967 - July 1970. [472-8]
First quarterly report. April 15, 1971. [701-3]
Second quarterly report. July 15, 1971. [701-3]
Third quarterly report. Oct. 15, 1971. [701-3]
First quarterly report. April 17, 1972. [701-3]
Second quarterly report. July 1972. [701-3]

QUARTERLY REPORT. Philadelphia. Zoning Advisory Commission. [[601-14]
January - March. 1957. 9 pp.

THE QUEEN STREET PROJECT AND LANCASTER'S URBAN RENEWAL PROGRAM. A review and analysis. Pennsylvania Economy League, Inc. 1963. 22 pp. [552-14]

QUEEN VILLAGE ACTION PROGRAM, prepared for Queen Village, Inc., by Drayton S. Bryant. 1966. 35 pp. [274-7]

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ABOUT COMMUNITY CHESTS AND COUNCILS OF SOCIAL AGENCIES. Community Chests and Councils, Inc. 1938. 27 pp. [575-22]

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ABOUT EMPLOYMENT ON MERIT. American Friends Service Committee. No date. 5 pp. [557-39]

QUESTIONS (AND ANSWERS) ABOUT REDLINING. Housing Association of Delaware Valley. 5 pp. 1976. [460-8]

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ABOUT RENT CONTROL. Philadelphia City Housing Rent Commission. ca. 1954. 5 pp. [436-17]

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON LICENSING NURSING AND CONVALESCENT HOMES, by the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare. 1959. 9 pp. [330-2]

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON REDEVELOPMENT. Wilmington Redevelopment Agency. Wilmington, Delaware. 1955. 12 pp. [74-27]

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON REDEVELOPMENT IN EASTWICK. Citizens' Council on City Planning, Philadelphia. 1954. 5 pp. [74-7]

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON THE WAR AGAINST POVERTY. Philadelphia Anti-Poverty Action Committee. No date. 30 pp. [565-21]

A QUICK LOOK AT THE BUREAU OF MUNICIPAL RESEARCH AND PENNSYLVANIA ECONOMY LEAGUE (Eastern Division). Bureau of Municipal Research. No date. Variously paged. [515-3]

QUIET, PLEASE: NOISE ABATEMENT FOR PHILADELPHIA, by the Bureau of Municipal research. 1954. 30 pp. [355-14]

THE QUIET REVOLUTION IN MENTAL HEALTH AND WELFARE. The Pennsylvania Department of Welfare makes a biennial report 1957. No paging. [672-10]

RACE AND RENAISSANCE IN PHILADELPHIA, by Nathaniel Burt; in Harper's , September, 1964. 7 pp. [383-6]

RACIAL CHANGE AND NEIGHBORHOOD STANDARDS. Philadelphia. CCommission on Human Relations.
No date. No paging. [657-64]
1958. pamphlet. 4 sides. [395-11]

RACIAL DISCRIMINATION IN HOUSING : FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS, by the Philadelphia Human Relations Commission. 1966. 29 pp. [214-32]

THE RACIAL GAP 1955-1965 : 1965-1975, by the National Urban League. 41 pp. [332-43]

RACIAL INTEGRATION AND HUMAN PRICES:THE CASE OF WEST MOUNT AIRY. Jack M. Guttenberg. 1920. 4 pp. [442-4]

RACIAL JUSTICE. Perspectives on issues and institutions. Excerpts from YWCA National Convocation on Racial Justice. 1972. 43 pp. [660-6]

RACIAL PROBLEMS IN HOUSING. National Urban League. 1944. 30 pp. [387-17]

RACIAL PROBLEMS IN HOUSING IN THE PITTSBURGH AREA: Summary of findings. 1948. 13 pp. [387-25]

RADBURN, THE NEW TOWN FOR THE MOTOR AGE. City Housing Corporation of New York. ca. 1928-1932. 45 pp. [239-28] Contents: Various articles and promotional materials dealing with the new town of Radburn, New Jersey.

RADBURN - TOWN FOR THE MOTOR AGE, by Frank Carrigan. Essex County Department of Planning, Economic Development and Conservation. 1964. 7 pp. [124-22]

RADIO IN EDUCATION : Department of Public Instruction, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Federal Writer's Project. 1939. 52 pp. [364-9]

THE RANDOR TOWNSHIP BUILDING CODE OF 1928, by the Board of Township Commissioners. 55 pp. [205-27]

RANDOR TOWNSHIP LOOKS AT ITS HOUSING. Delaware County Housing Authority. Reports of Conditions and Needs. 1949. [15-4]

THE RANDOR TOWNSHIP ZONING ORDINANCE OF 1928, NO. 345. Board of Commissioners of Randor Township, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. 1928. 43 pp. and map. [131-10]

RAIL PASSENGER SERVICE IN THE PHILADELPHIA METROPOLITAN AREA. Institute for Rapid Transit. 1963. 29 pp. [531-6]

RAILROADS FIGHT NEW JERSEY SHIP CANAL. Address and briefs of Hon. J. Hampton Moore, President, Atlantic Deeper Waterways Association before special Board of Army Engineers. 1937. 20 pp. [799-10]

RAILROADS OF THE PITTSBURGH DISTRICT: A PART OF THE PITTSBURGH PLAN. Report #5, Citizens Committee on City Plan of Pittsburgh. 1923. 76 pp. [94-24]

RANCOCAS WATERSHED COUNCIL, INTEGRATED SEWERAGE SYSTEM. Feasibility study report. Albert C. Jones Associates Consulting Engineers. 1967. 144 pp. [603-12]

RAPID TRANSIT FOR NORTHERN NEW JERSEY. Summary of 1926 report of North Jersey Transit Commission. 1926. 37 pp. [94-9]

A RAT CONTROL PROGRAM FOR PHILADELPHIA, by Joseph S. Slavet. Bureau of Municipal research. 1949. 20 pp. [347-17]

REACHING NEIGHBORS THROUGH ART. The art services of Henry Street Settlement. 1964. n.p. [728-14]

REAL ESTATE AND ITS TAXATION IN PHILADELPHIA, published by Mayor Rudolph Blankenburg. 1913. 56 pp. [402-3]

REAL ESTATE ASSESSMENT IN PHILADELPHIA. Prepared at the request of President of City Council Frederic D. Garman and the Budget Research Board by Leonard A. Drake, Economist Chamber of Commerce of Phila.
1950. Var. paged. [481-8]
1950. 31 pp. [454-1]
1955. [481-9]

REAL ESTATE LAW AND PRACTICE, (PENNSYLVANIA). Typewritten report. No date. Unpaged. [199-20]

REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT SERVICE. The Octavia Hill Association, Philadelphia 1934? 4 pp. [249-11]

THE REAL ESTATE MARKET IN AN UPPER INCOME MIXED AREA: WEST MOUNT AIRY, PHILADELPHIA. Appendix E. to "The Demand for Housing in Racially Mixed Areas". University of Pennsylvania Institute fro Urban Studies. 1957. [37-6]

REAL ESTATE MARKET SURVEY : a monthly newsletter of Philadelphia's real estate market. June 1947-November 1950 [344-13] Contents: Some issues missing.

REAL ESTATE SALES. Philadelphia Finance Director. Public Information Bulletins 2,3,4,1963-1965. 8 pp. each. [456-10]

REAL PROPERTY AND LOW INCOME HOUSING SURVEYS OF PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia Housing Authority and Work Projects Administration. 1939. 155 pp. [343-8]

A REAL PROPERTY INVENTORY FOR THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA. Prepared for the Office of Development Coordinator by Chester Rapkin and William G. Grigsby. 1959. 49 pp. [503-7] [342-11]

REAL PROPERTY INVENTORY 1934...Summary and sixty-four cities combined. Department of Commerce. 1934. 38 pp. [413-5]

REAL PROPERTY INVENTORY OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY. University of Pittsburgh. Bureau of Business Research. 1937. 321 pp. [392-1]

REAL PROPERTY INVENTORY. STATE OF NEW JERSEY - 1934. State Housing Authority. Variously paged. [190-1]

REAL PROPERTY SURVEY. LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA - 1936. Works Progress Administration. 79 pp. [191-2]

REAL PROPERTY TAX BASE CHANGES IN PHILADELPHIA from 1931 to 1937. Philadelphia Advisory Finance Commission by Karl W. H. Scholz. 1938. 67 pp. [674-13] [674-14]

REAL PROPERTY TAX BASE CHANGES IN PHILADELPHIA 1931 - 1939. Philadelphia Advisory Finance Commission Study Revised and extended by Karl W. H. Scholz, Technical Associate, Institute of local and State Government 1939. 77 pp. [674-15]

REAL PROPERTY TAXATION AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT: A RESEARCH PROPOSAL. Morton S. Boratz. Prepared for Office of Development Coordinator, Philadelphia. 1962. 16 pp. [459-6] [523-14]

 

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