General Pamphlet Collection, Part 30: Philadelphia's General-Plan

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 These consist of published and unpublished materials usually received by the SCRC along with donated manuscript collections.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 30: Philadelphia's General - Plan



PHILADELPHIA'S GENERAL FUND OPERATING BUDGET. Bureau of Municipal Research. [550-17]
1955 In operation. 7 pp.
Projected 1955-1960. No paging.
1957. 19 pp.
1958. 24 pp.

PHILADELPHIA'S HOUR OF DECISION, reprinted from Architectural Forum . June, 1952. 9 pp. [3-31] Contents: Shows proposals for new Penn Center in Downtown Philadelphia.

PHILADELPHIA'S HOUSING CODE BECOMES LAW, by Elmer W. Phillips; in Realtors Magazine , February 1955. 2 pp. [233-23]

PHILADELPHIA'S HOUSING PROBLEM, by the Philadelphia Housing Association. 1923. 24 pp. [213-34]

PHILADELPHIA'S HOUSING PROBLEM. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1949. 6 pp. [179-20]

PHILADELPHIA'S HOUSING PROGRAM: ITS OPPORTUNITIES AND PROBLEMS; ITS CONTRIBUTION TO THE CITY'S RENEWAL. P. Blair Lee, Philadelphia Housing Authority. 1957. 8 pp. [439-9] Contents: Remarks to Philadelphia Real Estate Board.

PHILADELPHIA'S ILLEGAL TENEMENTS, by the Philadelphia Housing Association. 1924. 4 pp. [435-6]

PHILADELPHIA'S INNER CITY. An analysis of the 1970 census employment survey. By Herman P. Miller and Stuart Garfinkle. Mideast region report no. 6 U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. 1973. 48 pp. [727-3]

PHILADELPHIA'S INVOLVED COMMUNITY. An illustrative booklet of business and civic community involvement with the black community by James A. Lineberger. N.d. 28 pp. [475-1]

PHILADELPHIA'S LEADERSHIP PROGRAM. A DESCRIPTION OF LEADERSHIP PROGRAM DEVELOPMENTS. Sections of a seven - section report by Sections I, II, III. 1959. 83 pp. [553-22] [470-10]
Section IV. 1959. pp 84-210. [470-12]
Section V. 1959. pp 211-258. [470-11]
Section VI. 1959. pp 259-672. [504-2]
Section VII - Part 1. 1959. pp 673-955. [504-3]

PHILADELPHIA'S LEADERSHIP PROGRAM. BLOCK ORGANIZATION IN THE HADDINGTON LEADERSHIP AREA. Office of Development Coordinator. 1960. 94 pp. [470-9]

PHILADELPHIA'S LEADERSHIP PROGRAM. REHABILITATION OF HOUSES IN THREE LEADERSHIP AREA by the Office of Development Coordinator. 1960. 212 pp. [504-1]

PHILADELPHIA'S LIVING PATTERNS. City of Philadelphia Community Renewal Program, October 1964. Technical Report # 12. 30 pp. [306-4] Contents: Philadelphia census tracts maps.

PHILADELPHIA'S MANAGEMENT. Committee of Fifteen. 1948. 70 pp. [460-11]

PHILADELPHIA'S MOVERS AND SHAKERS by John G. McCullough. 1965. 21 pp. [530-5]

PHILADELPHIA'S NEGRO POPULATION. FACTS ON HOUSING. Philadelphia. Commission on Human Relations. 1953. 74 pp. [555-22] [724-7]

PHILADELPHIA'S NEW NATIONAL PARK, by Charles E. Peterson; in Fairmount Park Art Association, Annual report. 1952. 20 pp. [394-14]

PHILADELPHIA'S NEW PROGRAM FOR TRAFFIC SIGNAL MODERNIZATION by Stephen F. BUTTTERFIELD. An article in the "Traffic Quarterly" an independent journal for better traffic. April 1956. Pages 268-284. [799-3]

PHILADELPHIA'S NEW ZONING CODE, by Irvin Stander and Reuben E. Cohen. Reprinted from The Legal Intelligencer . August 1962. 20 pp. [133-9] [519-11]

PHILADELPHIA'S NEWEST COMMUNITY...under the shadow of Billy Penn's hat. Philadelphia. Redevelopment Authority. 1964. Leaflet. [698-18]

PHILADELPHIA'S 1953 YEAR-END CASH SURPLUS. Bureau of Municipal Research. 1954. 7 pp. [473-5]

PHILADELPHIA'S 1957 GENERAL FUND OPERATING BUDGET. Prepared for Citizen's Budget Committee by Bureau of Municipal research and Pennsylvania Economy League. 1956. 19 pp. [481-10]

PHILADELPHIA'S 1958 GENERAL FUND OPERATING BUDGET. Prepared for Citizen's Budget Committee. Bureau of Municipal Research and Pennsylvania Economy League. 1957. 24 pp. [476-7]

PHILADELPHIA'S NON-WHITE POPULATION, 1960: Housing Data, by the Commission on Human Relations.
1962. 17 pp. [214-6] [328-29] [665-5] [333-39]
1961. 26 pp. [529-10]

PHILADELPHIA'S OPERATING BUDGET PRACTICE. The annual versus the quadrennial budget. Prepared for Citizen's Budget Committee by Bureau of Municipal Research and Pennsylvania Economy League. 1956. 29 pp. [480-11]

PHILADELPHIA'S PENN CENTER GROWS BY STAGES. From the Architectural Record . 1955. pp 169-172. [75-17]

PHILADELPHIA'S PLAN OF ACTION FOR HOUSING AND NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENT by Emil A. Tiboni. 1955. 20 pp. [517-10] [73-20]

PHILADELPHIA'S PORT A STORY OF TOO LITTLE AND TOO LATE. Blueprint for a better Philadelphia. Report to the People no. 7: The Port by Arlen Specter. 1967. 21 pp. [508-17]

PHILADELPHIA'S POSITION IN THE REGIONAL AND NATIONAL ECONOMY. Prepared for the Philadelphia. Community Renewal Program by the National Analysis, Inc.
1964. 164 pp. [600-14]
Report #10, May 1964. 164 pp. [505-4]

PHILADELPHIA'S POSITION IN THE REGIONAL AND NATIONAL ECONOMY 1947-1964. A report to the Philadelphia Council for Community Advancement. Daniel Yankelovich, Inc. Philadelphia Division. 1966. 108 pp. [571-7]

PHILADELPHIA'S POSTWAR CAPITAL OUTLAY AND THE PROPOSED 1956-1961 CAPITAL PROGRAM. Prepared for Citizen's Budget Committee. Bureau of Municpal Research. 1955. 21 pp. [550-1]

PHILADELPHIA'S PROCEDURE FOR SELECTING PUBLIC HOUSING SITES. 1956. 20 pp. [429-13]

PHILADELPHIA'S PROCEDURE FOR SELECTING PUBLIC HOUSING SITES, by William L. Rafsky at NAIRO Conference, Philadelphia. 1956. 9 pp. [393-5]

PHILADELPHIA'S PROGRAM FOR NEGRO MIGRATION PROBLEMS, by Bernard J. Newman; in the American Missionary , April, 1924. 2 pp. [387-14]

PHILADELPHIA'S PROGRAM OF MAJOR HIGHWAYS by Department of Streets City Planning Commission. 1955. 22 pp. [513-19] [484-11] [101 4]

PHILADELPHIA'S PROPOSED MODEL SCHOOL DISTRICT. 1967. 17 pp. plus appendix. [600-9]

PHILADELPHIA'S PROPOSED NEW ZONING CODE, by Irvin Stander. Reprint from The Legal Intelligencer . January 2, 1958. 4 pp. [132-18]

PHILADELPHIA'S PUBLIC SCHOOLS: AN APPRAISAL AND A PROGRAM. Greater Philadelphia Movement. 1951. 31 pp. [440-25] [490-3]

PHILADELPHIA'S PUERTO RICAN POPULATION with 1960 census data. Philadelphia. Commission on Human Relations. 1964. 30 pp. [666-12]

PHILADELPHIA'S QUOTA OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYERS. Pennsylvania Civil Service Association. 1930. 36 pp. [432-5] Contents: Civil service plan for Philadelphia.

PHILADELPHIA'S RECREATIONAL PROJECT FOR OLDER PEOPLE by Georgene E. Bowen. Reprinted from Journal of Gerontology, vol. 3, No. 3, July 1948. Pages 215-219. [601-3]

PHILADELPHIA'S REDEVELOPMENT: A PROGRESS REPORT. Reprinted from Architectural Forum . 1955. pp 118-127. [65-22]

PHILADELPHIA'S RENTAL MARKET: Affordability & availability. Housing Association of Delaware Valley. 1981. 19 pp. [792-8]

PHILADELPHIA'S RIVER RESOURCES. Technical paper. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 1982. 145 pp. [706-4]

PHILADELPHIA'S SKID ROW - A DEMONSTRATION IN HUMAN RENEWAL. Prepared for the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Philadelphia by the Diagnostic and Relocation Center, Temple University. An Interim Report. No date. 30 pp. [93-9]

PHILADELPHIA'S SLUMROADS: A VESTED INTEREST IN SQUALOR, by Gaeton J. Fonzi. 1963. 18 pp. [423-19]

PHILADELPHIA'S SWITCH IN TIME, by Avis D. Carlson; from Survey Graphic , July, 1944. 3 pp. [382-19]

PHILADELPHIA'S UNSOLVED FINANCIAL PROBLEM AND ITS EFFECT ON BUSINESS, by Edmond Hopkinson, Jr, Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. 1939. 15 pp. [444-5]

PHILADELPHIA'S URBAN RENEWAL PROGRAM, by Walter E. Alessandroni; from U.S.A. Tomorrow , January 1955. 2 pp. [297-10]

PHILADELPHIA'S URBAN RENEWAL PROGRAMS. A review of the urban renewal programs by the Philadelphia Housing Association. 1955. 18 pp. [65-30]

PHILADELPHIA'S USE OF NONPROFIT CORPORATIONS FOR PERFORMANCE OF QUASI-GOVERNMENTAL FUNCTIONS. Pennsylvania Economy League in Association with the Bureau of Municipal Research. 1963. 73 pp. [477-5]

PHILADELPHIA'S WASHINGTON SQUARE by Carroll Frey. 1952. 19 pp. [602-1]

PHILADELPHIA'S WATER SUPPLY, by the Bureau of Municipal Research. 1946. 30 pp. [350-8]

PHILADELPHIA'S WATER WORKS FROM 1798 to 1944, by Martin J. McLaughlin; in American City, October, 1944. 3 pp. [350-26]

PHYSICAL AND GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION FOR REGIONAL SEWAGE FACILITIES. A research project for the Study Commission of the Philadelphia Metropolitan Area and the Pennsylvania Department of Commerce. Government Consulting Service, Fels Institue, University of Pennsylvania. 1960. 56 pp. [87-2]

PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF LAWRENCE COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. Lawrence Regional Planning Commission, New Castel, Pennsylvania. 1962. 88 pp. [267-4]

THE PHYSICAL GROWTH OF PHILADELPHIA WHITE CHILDREN, AGE 7-17 YEARS. Philadelphia Center for Research in Child Growth. 1965. 183 pp. [729-7]

PHYSICAL PLAN FOR THE TEN YEAR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM OF PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM COLLEGE OF ART. Philadelphia Museum of Art. 1963. 27 pp. [86-17]

PHYSICAL-SOCIAL PLANNING: SOCIAL WELFARE RESEARCH AND THE FEDERAL COMMUNITY RENEWAL PROGRAM: A EXAMINATION OF METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHES by Richard H. Uhlig, Research Director, Health and Welfare Council, Inc. 1963. 14 pp. [500-13]

PHYSICAL STANDARDS FOR PHILADELPHIA'S PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Citizen's Committee on Public Education in Philadelphia.
1962. 42 pp. [490-4]
1963. 22 pp. [463-19]

PICTORIAL ALBUM OF THE PYRAMID CLUB. First anniversary. 1941. 24 pp. [569-1]

A PICTURE OF THE REGION. Regional Planning Federation. 39 pp. [29-16] Contents: Regional planning in the Philadelphia Tri-States - Population, maps, highways, parks, playgrounds etc.

A PILOT EXPERIMENT OF A COORDINATED HEALTH EDUCATION PROGRAM. Health and Welfare Council. 1950. 99 pp. [359-24]

A PILOT OPEN SPACE PLAN FOR NEW JERSEY. N.J. Department of Conservation and Economic Development. N.d. Variously paged. [764-3]

PILOT PLAN. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1957. 444 pp. [46-17]

A PILOT PROJECT IN VOCATIONAL TRAINING OF THE OLDER WORKER by Dorothy Warren Director of the New York House and School of Industry. 1952. 5 pp. [698-13]

PILOT PROJECT ON YOUTH ASPIRATIONS. Conducted by the Research Department, Health and Welfare Council, Inc. and University Settlements. 1965. Variously paged. [580-3]

PILOT SELF-HELP URBAN RENEWAL PROGRAM IN THE HOMEWOOD-BRUSHTON NEIGHBORHOOD. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 1st quarterly report, ACTION-Housing, Inc., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. December 1960. 13 pp. [79-9]

A PILOT STUDY OF DAY-CARE CENTERS AND THEIR CLIENTELE by Elizabeth Prescott. United States Children's Bureau publication no. 428 - 1965. 1965. 40 pp. [548-6]

PILOT STUDY OF THE EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCES OF HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES. Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations. 1956. 32 pp. [464-11]

PITTSBURGH BUSINESS REVIEW . Reprints on housing, rents, condition of dwelling units, and land development in Allegheny County (1934, 1935). Bureau of Business Research, University of Pittsburgh. 1935. 32 pp. [184-6]

PITTSBURGH: CHALLENGE AND RESPONSE. Allegheny Conference on Community Development. 1947. 25 pp. [15-7]

PITTSBURGH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH, TOTAL BUDGET REQUEST, 1955. 2 pp. [245-2]

PITTSBURGH HEALTH CODE: A DIGEST, published by the Housing Conference of Pittsburgh. 1912. 23 pp. [357-3]

PITTSBURGH HOUSING ASSOCIATION: Rent allowances for families dependent upon public assistance grants; memo to the Department of Public Assistance. 1941. 4 pp. [374-30]

THE PITTSBURGH HOUSING ASSOCIATION, REPORT OF THE CODE AND RAHABILITATION COMMITTEE TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS: NOVEMBER 8, 1954. 3 pp. [235-14]

PITTSBURGH HOUSING CODE. The Council of the City of Pittsburgh. 1954. 35 pp. [235-15]

PITTSBURGH HOUSING CODE; summary. Pittsburgh Department of Public Health. 1954. 8 pp. [233-19]

THE PITTSBURGH MANUAL. A guide to the government of the city of Pittsburgh by William G. Willis. 1950. 188 pp. [779-4]

PIITSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH: Annual Report, Bureau of Smoke Regulation. 1914. 16 pp. [352-9]

THE PITTSBURGH PLAN produces the revenue, stimulates business, Taking the trouble out of taxes. Authorized by Boards of Trade of Allegheny County. No date. (5) page. leaflet. [674-16]

PITTSBURGH PLAYGROUNDS. Reports #1 and #1-A by Citizens Committee on City Plan of Pittsburgh. 1920. [105-16]

PITTSBURGH'S OWN HOUSING PROJECT; in Greater Pittsburgh , February 1936. 2 pp. [238-26]

PITUCH-CRAWFORD SUPREME COURT DECISION. PENNSYLVANIA. SUPREME COURT. 1951. 5 pp. [227-10]

A PLACE IN THE SUN by Georgene E. Bowen. Philadelphia Recreation Association. 1950. No paging. [659-5]

PLACE IN THE SUN: THE STORY OF THE PHILADELPHIA DEPARTMENT OF RECREATION. 1956. Unpaged. [109-6]

THE PLACE OF HOUSING IN THE POST-WAR ECNOMY, by Dorothy Rosenman, before the Northeastern Retail Lumberman's Association. 1944. 13 pp. [326-22]

THE PLACE OF HOUSING IN THE REGIONAL PLAN, by Bernard J. Newman. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1930. 8 pp. [144-18]

A PLACE TO LIVE. Friends Neighborhood Guild, Philadelphia. ca. 1950. 4 pp. [239-9]

THE PLACEMENT SERVICE OF THE AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE: A TECHNIQUE IN RACE RELATIONS. Frank S> Loescher. 1946. Pages 90-93. [555-10]

THE PLAN AND PROGRAM FOR THE BRANDYWINE. Institute for Environmental Studies University of Pennsylvania, Regional Science Research Institute and United States Geological Survey. 1968. Variously paged. [513-28]

PLAN AND PROGRAM 1955. Philadelphia. Urban Traffic and Transportation Board. 1956. 123 pp. [607-11]

A PLAN FOR A COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM IN DELAWARE COUNTY. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. Delaware County District. 1964. 12 pp. plus appendix. [554-11]

PLAN FOR A HIGH SPEED MASS TRANSIT SYSTEM BETWEEN PHILADELPHIA AND CAMDEN AND SOUTH JERSEY SUBURBS. City of Philadelphia Urban Traffic and Transportation Board. 1959. Var. paged. [483-9] [102-12]

PLAN FOR COMFORT, HAPPINESS, PROSPERITY, by the Regional Planning Federation of the Philadelphia Tri-State District. 1930. [29-19]

PLAN FOR CONSERVING SAVINGS AND FINANCING THE PURCHASE OF HOMES FOR WORKERS. Walter S. Sutherland. 1924. 9 pp. [436-11] Contents: Plan and letter submitted to Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce.

A PLAN FOR COUNTY INSTITUTIONAL SERVICES FOR LANCASTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. A report to the Board of County Commissioners of Lancaster County by the Citizens Advisory Committee. 1961. Variously paged. [678-10]

PLAN FOR EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES. Chester, Pennsylvania. Chester City Planning Commission. 1965. 18 pp. [535-2]

A PLAN FOR IMPROVING EDUCATIONAL MATERIAL SUPPORT TO ALL SCHOOL PROGRAMS. Philadelphia. School District. 1967. 39 pp. and appendix. [568-7]

A PLAN FOR JUVENILE DETENTION FACILITIES IN PHILADELPHIA. Prepared by Government Consulting Service Fels Institute of Local and State Government University of Pennsylvania. 1965. Variously paged. [745-7]

A PLAN FOR PARK AND RECREATION FACILITIES. Montclair, New Jersey. Town Planning Board. 1936. 23 pp. [106-25]

PLAN FOR PENN CENTER. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1952. 20 pp. [614-8]

THE PLAN FOR RECREATION AND COMMUNITY FACILITIES FROM THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN 1960. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. [267-17] Contents: Maps, tables.

PLAN FOR REORGANIZATION OF THE STATE SERVICES. Public Charities Association of Pennsylvania. 1945. 10 pp. [743-4]

PLAN FOR SOUTH PHILADELPHIA SUBWAY EXTENSION. (Broad Street to Oregon Avenue and Municipal Stadium). City of Philadelphia, Department of Public Property. No date. Unpaged. [102-14]

THE PLAN FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION IN PENNSYLVANIA. Pennsylvania. State Board for Vocational Education. 1944. 146 pp. Plus amendments. [631-2]

A PLAN FOR THE BUILDING OF SANITARY HOUSES FOR WORKINGMEN. Octavia Hill Association of Philadelphia. Ca. 1915. 15 pp. [265-14] Contents: Includes house plans.

PLAN FOR THE HOUSE OF DETENTION FOR UNTRIED ADULTS IN PHILADELPHIA. Summary of report by the Mayor's Study Advisory Committee for the Philadelphia House of Detention. July 1958. 1960. 16 pp. [668-22]

PLAN FOR THE PHILADELPHIA HOUSE OF DETENTION FOR ADULTS, by the Philadelphia House of Detention Study Advisory Committee. 1958. 130 pp. [378-10]

PLAN FOR WILSON PARK: A LOW RENT HOUSING DEVELOPMENT OF 742 HOMES. Philadelphia Housing Authority. 1952. 13 pp. [437-5]

A PLAN OF OPERATIONS FOR NEIGHBORHOOD URBAN EXTENSION, PITTSBURGH. Allegheny Council to Improve our Neighnorhoods (ACTION-Housing, Inc.) 1963. 77 pp. [83-20]

PLAN '67 FOR PHILADELPHIA '76. An action program for the bicentennial corporation. Prepared for the Office of the City Representative City of Philadelphia by the Franklin Institute Research Laboratories. 1967. 21 pp. [516-4] [513-18]

A PLAN TO COMPLETE THE CONSOLIDATION OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA. Institute of Local and State Government, University of Pennsylvania. 1948. 53 pp. [446-3] [476-5]

 

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