General Pamphlet Collection, Part 23: Myths-New

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 These consist of published and unpublished materials usually received by the SCRC along with donated manuscript collections.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 23: Myths - New



MYTHS AND FACTS. Interstate Advisory Committee on the Susquehanna River Basin. 1967. 8 pp. [525-14]

NAACP ACCLAIMED BY DISTINGUISHED AMERICANS. 1952. Unpaged. [569-19]

NAACP...GUIDEPOST TO FREEDOM. No date. Unpaged. [569-19]

NECCRAC LABOR REPORT. Northeast Corridor Communter Rail Authorities Committee. No date. Variosly paged. [730-14]

NATIONAL BOARD REPORT. A guide for local and state board planning. June 1979 No. 4. League of Women Voters of the United States. 1979. 16 pp. [652-30]

THE NATIONAL CAPITAL HOUSING AUTHORITY'S PROGRAM FOR 1950-1951, by John Ihlder. 1950. 4 pp. [181-18]

NATIONAL COMMITTEE OF HOUSING ASSOCIATES. Minutes of Fall Conference. Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. 9 pp. 1943. Also: Newsletter. 4 pp. 1943. [154-18]

NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF SOCIAL WORK, Philadelphia. 1932. Program. 64 pp. [397-19] Sampler prepared for members of the Children's Department of the Council of Social Agencies, Welfare Federation of Philadelphia, 1932. 10 pp. [397-19]

NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF SOCIAL WORK. Programs. [395-26]
Kansas City. 1918. 8 pp.
Atlantic City. 1919. 4 pp.
Philadelphia. 1932. flyer.

NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CITY PLANNING, (THIRD), Philadlephia, 1911. [1-10]

NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HOUSING IN AMERICA. Philadelphia. 1929. Program. 12 pp. [399-8]

NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON LAW AND POVERTY, Washington, D.C., June 23-25, 1965. Proceedings. 200 pp. [319-1]

NATIONAL CONTINUING RESPONSIBILITIES 1966-1968. League of Women Voters of the United States. 1966. 38 pp. [650-1]

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF SETTLEMENTS. 20th Conference May 12, 13, 14, 15 1932. The Bellevue-Stratford, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1932. No paging. [657-6]

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF SETTLEMENTS AND NEIGHBORHOOD CENTERS. SOCIAL POLICY PLATFORM. National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers. 1964. 15 pp. [557-26]

NATIONAL FREEDOM DAY. February 1, 1953. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Unpaged. [560-26]

NATIONAL HOUSING CONFERENCE, Philadelphia. Motor trip of housing developments. 1929. 3 pp. [407-20]

NATIONAL RECREATION CONGRESS, Atlantic City. 1930. Program. 15 pp. [396-33] A CRITICAL LOOK AT COMMUNITY RECREATION: questions for discussion groups. National Recreation Congress. Atlantic City. 1930. 16 pp.

THE NATIONAL VOTER. League of Women Voters of the United States. [652-2] Vol. XXVII, #1. Spring 1977. the 95th Congress profile and prospects.

NATIONAL YWCA BULLETIN. [667-12] Vol. 11 no. 5. May 1961 Health Care for the Aged.

NATURE'S PLAN FOR PARKS AND PARKWAYS--RECREATIONAL LANDS. Regional Planning Federation of the Philadelphia Tri-State District. 1932. [108-12]

NEAR NORTHEAST PHILADELPHIA PROPOSED COMMERCIAL ZONING. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1951. 23 pp. [519-20] [403-18]

"NEED FOR A CHANGE IN OUR HOUSING LAWS", by Herbert M. Packer; in Philadelphia Health Bulletin . March-April 1944. 2 pp. [205-4]

THE NEED FOR A STATE RECREATIONAL LAND ACQUISITION AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM. An explanatory report prepared by Land Use Committee of New Jersey State Department of Conservation and Economic Development. 1960. 16 pp. [110-10]

THE NEED FOR HOMEMAKER SERVICE IN DELAWARE, MONTGOMERY AND PHILADELPHIA COUNTIES. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. 1959. 53 pp. [370-5]

NEED FOR HOUSING IN PENNSYLVANIA, by Bernard J. Newman, Philadelphia Housing Association. 1937. 12 pp. [181-28]

NEED FOR PRIORITIES. YOUTH DEVELOPMENT AND DELINQUENCY PREVENTION PROGRAMS. A survey of needs and resources in Philadelphia. Conducted by The Philadelphia Urban Coalition. 1972. 29 pp. [774-8]

NEED FOR SLUM CLEARANCE IN PHILADELPHIA, by Bernard J. Newman. Philadlephia Housing Association. 1934. 7 pp. [181-27]

NEED FOR SPECIAL LIMITED DIVIDEND DWELLING CONSTRUCTION COMPANY AND SMALL DWELLING CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM, by the Philadelphia Housing Association. 1924. 19 pp. [211-34]

THE NEED OF AMUSEMENTS FOR WORKING PEOPLE, by M.A. Yarnall, at the Conference of Churchtown of the diocese of Pennsylvania. 1886. 9 pp. [400-7]

NEEDED IMPROVEMENTS IN THE CENSUS FROM THE STANDPOINT OF PUBLIC HOUSING USERS, by Morton Hoffman, Housing Authority of Baltimore. 1954. 23 pp. [428-18]

THE NEEDS AND RESOURCES OF THE AGING. Report I from the State of New Jersey for the WhiteHouse Conference on Aging prepared by the Division of Aging Department of State pf New Jersey. 1960. 69 pp. [692-5]p> NEEDS AND SERVICES. A report on governmental and voluntary health recreation and welfare services in the Princeton United Community Fund Area by the Citizens Survey Committee. 1966. 137 pp. [563-12]

NEEDS OF OLDER PERSONS. A pilot survey in the Manchester district of Pittsburgh. Health and Welfare Federation of Alleghany County, Pennyslvania. 1952. 26 pp. and appendix. [580-1]

THE NEEDS OF PEOPLE AFFECTED BY RELOCATION by Elizabeth Wood. Philadelphia Community Renewal Program Technical report #17 October 1965. Variously paged. [505-6]

THE NEEDS OF THE INNER CITY; excerpts, by David R. Hunter. 1961. 9 pp. [390-11]

NEEDS OF WHARTON COMMUNITY COUNCIL AREA. Memorandum submitted by the Housing Committee of the Wharton Community Council. 1960. 10 pp. [520-8]

NEGRO EMPLOYMENT: A STUDY OF THE NEGRO EMPLOYMENT SITUATION IN PHILADELPHIA AND ITS RELATION TO THE SCHOOL PROGRAM. Philadelphia School District. ca. 1942. 44 pp. [458-4]

NEGRO HOSPITALS; a compilation of available statistics, by the Julius Rosenwald Fund, Chicago. 1931. 60 pp. [332-17]

NEGRO HOUSING IN METROPOLITAN BALTIMORE, by the Citizens Planning and Housing Association of Baltimore 1944. 8 pp. [386-30]

NEGRO HOUSING IN PHILADELPHIA, by B.J. Hovde; 1938. 2 pp. [386-30]

NEGRO HOUSING IN PHILADELPHIA, by T.J. Woofter, Jr. and Madge Headley Priest; published by Friends' Committee on Interests of the Colored Race, Whitter Center Housing Company and Philadelphia Housing Association.
1927. 32 pp. [341-2] [219-9]
1946. 32 pp. [386-30]
1966. 130 pp. [303-7]

THE NEGRO HOUSING PROBLEMS: A PROGRAM FOR PHILADELPHIA by Charles Abrams. Philadelphia Community Renewal Program Technical report #18 December 1966. 117 pp. [505-7]

THE NEGRO IN THE ALL-WHITE NEIGHBORHOOD. Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission. 1968. 55 pp. [470-17]

THE NEGRO IN THE PHILADELPHIA REGION. ACTUAL AND POTENTIAL LEADERSHIP by George Schermer. 1962. 21 pp. [510-9]

THE NEGRO IN THE PHILADELPHIA REGION, the Fels Institute of Local and State Government, University of Pennsylvania. 1962. 24 pp. [328-32] Contents: Community Leadership Seminar Program, 1961-1962. THE NEGRO MIGRANT IN PITTSBURGH, by Abraham Epstein. 1918. 75 pp. [386-29]

NEGRO PROBLEMS IN CITIES, by T.J. Woofter. ca. 1928. Variously paged. [387-28] Contents: C.N. Typescript of an early draft of the book by the same name. "Part IV: Recreation" is not included in this draft. Book is at Paley under call number: E 185. 86 W 9.

NEGRO WOMEN IN INDUSTRY; a study of the Negro industrial woman in the clothing, cigar, and laundry industries of Philadelphia, by Ruth Francis Paul. 1940. 55 pp. [328-31] Contents: Master degree dissertation.

THE NEGRO'S CHALLENGE TO THE PHILADELPHIA COMMUNITY by Joseph T. Kirkland. 1963. 6 pp. [538-9] A NEIGHBORHOOD ACTS: AN EXPERIMENT IN COOPERATIVE NEIGHBORHOOD REHABILITATION. Germantown Settlement. 1957. 16 pp. [465-3] Contents: Includes mimeo draft, 1956.

NEIGHBORHOOD AND CITY. New designs for the Settlement movement. National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers. 1965. 26 pp. [557-23]

THE NEIGHBORHOOD AND THE METROPOLIS, by Bernard E. Loshbough. Address at Enoch Pratt Free Library, Baltimore, Maryland, in Action-Housing News Bulletin. 1961. 10 pp. [39-9]

THE NEIGHBORHOOD AND URBAN RENEWAL, by Fern M. Colborn. National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers, New York. 1963. 142 pp. [80-18]

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS IN PHILADELPHIA by Robert J. McMullin. 1963. 45 pp. [506-4] [454-3]

NEIGHBORHHOD CENTER. A GUIDE FOR BOARD AND VOLUNTEER WORKERS. Neighborhood Center Public Relations Committee. No date. 13 pp. [521-6]

NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM APPLICATION to the United States of America and the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. Submitted by the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Philadelphia. Subject to approval by the Mayor and the Council of the City of Philadelphia. 1971. Variously paged. [800-15]

NEIGHBORHOOD GARDEN ASSOCIATION OF PHILADELPHIA. Tenth Anniversary 1953-1963. No date. Unpaged. [559-18]

NEIGHBORHOOD GOALS IN A RAPIDLY CHANGING WORLD. National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers. New York. 1958. 155 pp. [372-9]

THE NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE OF CHRIST CHURCH, PHILADELPHIA, WITH A SOCIAL SURVEY OF ITS' DISTRICT. 1915. 42 pp. [389-1]

NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENT AND BLOCK ORGANIZATION MATERIALS. [82-6] Contents: Three folders of various pamphlets on block councils, community services, organizations, and neighborhood conservation.

NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS. National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers. 1953. 47 pp. [646-3]

NEIGHBORHOOD PROBLEMS. Housing Association of Delaware Valley. 1976. 26 pp. [702-1] [713-3]

NEIGHBORHOOD PROBLEMS: how to solve them, by the Philadelphia Housing Association.
1962. 24 pp. [332-11]
1965. Unpaged [87-4]
Contents: Guidebook explaining which city departments are responsible for various housing complaints.

NEIGHBORHOOD STRATEGIES. Julian Wolpert, Thomas Reiner. Draft. Community development strategies evaluation. University of Pennsylvania School of Public and Urban Policy. 1979. 23 pp. [756-3]

THE NEIGHBORHOOD SURVEY. Philadelphia Public Schools Curriculum Office. 1948. 9 pp. [3-28] Contents: a study unit for grades 4-5-6 towards planning and building a better community.

NEIGHBORS AND NEIGHBORHOODS; a housing handbook. Young Women's Christian Association of the United States of America. 1965. [323-6] [677-5]

NEIGHBORS NEWS. United Neighbors Association. [515-19]
Sept.-Oct. 1962. 4 pp.
April 1963. 4 pp.
Fall 1963. 4 pp.
Winter 1964. 6 pp.
Winter 1965. 2 pp.

NEIGHBORS UNITE FOR BETTER COMMUNITIES: a handbook on district community councils. Community Chests and Councils of America, Incorporated. 1956. 36 pp. [371-5]

NEITHER FOR SALE NOR RENT; houses at Camden, New Jersey defense project; from Architectural Forum , June, 1941. 4 pp. [265-35]

NETHER PROVIDENCE PENNSYLVANIA 1944. A TOWNSHIP REPORT. Board of Township Commissioners Nether Providence. 1945. 32 pp. [533-4]

NETWORK. A report on coordinating psychiatric aftercare services. Smith Kline & French Laboratories. Mental Health Education Unit. 1957. 30 pp. [643-7]

THE NETWORK OF COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION LEADERSHIP. Henry L. Klein. n.d. 165 pp. [467-5] Contents: a study of the men who lead Philadelphia's civic welfare organizations.

NEW APPROACH TO URBAN RENEWAL FOR PHILADELPHIA, by William L. Rafsky. Office of Development Coordinator, Philadelphia. 1957. 6 pp. [68-13] [529-3]

NEW APPROACHES TO THE RESERVATION OF OPEN SPACE IN THE DELAWARE RIVER BASIN. Ian L. McHarg. 1961. 8 pp. [409-19]

NEW BROOM IN PHILADELPHIA, by Johannes U. Hoeber. 1949. 2 pp. [445-7]

THE NEW BUILDING OF THE CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. FORMAL OPENING AND DEDICATION. 1928. 7 pp. [657-54]

A NEW CHARTER. Charter Commission Township of Glouester Camden County, New Jersey. 1965. 52 pp. [747-4]

THE NEW CHARTER OF PHILADELPHIA; Act No. 274, for the better government of cities of the first class, published by the Mayor. 1919. 76 pp. [280-13]

NEW CITY CONSTRUCTION OFTEN 'BULLDOZES' FAMILIES, by Dennis Clark. Article from Work . No date (1955?) 1 page. [88-7]

THE NEW CITY GOVERNMENT. Philadelphia Office of the City Representative. 1955. 148 pp. [449-2] Contents: Organization under 1951 Charter.

NEW CITY HOUSING IN PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia Housing Authority. 1958. 4 pp. [432-17] [638-18] [522-14]

NEW CITY HOUSING REGULATIONS; in Baltimore Health News , April, 1954. 8 pp. [233-16]

THE NEW DEAL: A CRITICAL NON-PARTISAN SURVEY OF ITS EFFECTS UPON INDUSTRY WITH RECOMMENDATIONS FOR GOVERNMENT ACTION TO PROMOTE RECOVERY. Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. 1934. 26 pp. [444-9]

A NEW DEPARTMENT TO PLAN, DEVELOP, AND MARKET PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SERVICES IN THE SEPTA AREA. Report prepared for Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority by Pennsylvania Economy League in association with Bureau of Municipal Research. Report no. 358. 1970. 37 pp. [484-10]

NEW DIMENSIONS IN HOUSING DESIGN, by Julian Whittlesley; in Progressive Architecture , April, 1951. 12 pp. [325-21]

NEW DIMENSIONS: THE CHALLENGE FOR 1965-1970. Addresses by James C. Downs, Jr. and Arthur H. Kruse. 1965. 17 pp. [560-3]

NEW DIRECTIONS FOR A NEW DECADE. A long range planning study. United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania. 1979. 43 pp. [791-3]

NEW DIRECTIONS FOR PUBLIC HOUSING. A public interest report prepared by the Public Housing Task Force of the Housing Association of Delaware Valley. 1982. 30 pp. [715-9]

NEW DIRECTIONS IN HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE, by Wilbur J. Cohen. 1963. 21 pp. [355-11]

NEW DIRECTIONS IN HEALTH FOR PENNSYLVANIANS. The Governor's Conference on health. Pennsylvania. Governor's Conference on Health. 1973. 39 pp. [590-23]

NEW DIRECTIONS IN HOUSING POLICY: the Philadelphia Housing Association looks at housing in the Delaware Valley. Ca. 1965. 73 pp. [306-11]

NEW DIRECTIONS IN PUBLIC WELFARE SERVICES FOR THE AGING. By Elizabeth Breckinridge. American Public Welfare Association. 1955. 16 pp. [697-12]

NEW DIRECTIONS: PUBLIC CHILD WELFARE IN PENNSYLVANIA; a research project for the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare, by the Fels Institute of Local and State Government. 1962. 152 pp. [330-11]

NEW FACE OF PHILADELPHIA. Special supplement in Today magazine of Sunday Inquirer , Philadelphia, article by Edmund N. Bacon. 1961. pp 8 to 23. [25-7]

THE NEW FOOD DISTRIBUTION CENTER, by the Greater Philadelphia Movement. 1954. 45 pp. [281-9]

A NEW FRONT DOOR FOR YOUR COMMUNITY, by Pennsylvania State Planning Board. 1963. Unpaged. [13-28]

NEW FRONTIERS. Jack and Jill of America, Inc. Eastern regional, Philadelphia. 1963. Unpaged. [569-16]

A NEW GOVERNMENT FOR ATLANTIC CITY. A stronger Mayor - strong Council plan. University of Pennsylvania Government Study Group. Department of Political Science. 1979. 107 pp. [752-5]

NEW GROWTH...NEW JOBS FOR PENNSYLVANIA, by the Shapp Foundation. 1962. 65 pp. [287-15]

NEW HEART FOR BALTIMORE, by Jane Jacobs. 5 pp. [77-25]

NEW HOMES FOR EVERYONE, by Bror Dahlberg; from This Week , January, 1944. 5 pp. [252-19]

NEW HOMES FOR EVERYONE; critical review of Bror Dahlberg's article in the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin . Ca. 1943. 2 pp. [326-23]

NEW HOUSE STUDY FOR EASTWICK REDEVELOPMENT AREA. Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority. No date. 4 pp. [186-1]

NEW HOUSE STUDY: REPORT ON PHASE 1 (EASTWICK) CONTRACT SECTION 3A). Wright, Andrale, and Amenta, Architects to the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority. 1955. 9 pp. [186-17]

NEW HOUSING AVAILABLE TO NEGROES. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1956. 7 pp. [391-14] [519-25]

NEW HOUSING BUILT THROUGH URBAN RENEWAL; in Issues , December, 1965. Philadelphia Housing Association. 8 pp. [319-13]

NEW HOUSING FOR FAMILIES WITH SMALL INCOMES. Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority. Not dated. Varioulsy paged. [513-10]

NEW HOUSING FOR PHILADELPHIA SLUMS. Edmund G. Krimmel, et al; Architects Associated for Model Housing. Article in Architectural Record . 1932. 6 pp. [143-22] [239-26]

NEW JERSEY MOSQUITO CONTROL ACTIVITIES DURING 1963. Summaries as prepared by the County Mosquito Extermination Commissions. 1963. 30 pp. [620-4]

NEW JERSEY PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITIES SURVEY. New Jersey. Department of Education. 1954. 74 pp. [643-13]

NEW JERSEY REVISED STATUTES. TITLE 40A. MUNICIPALITIES AND COUNTIES. CHAPTER 7. LOCAL LAND USE LAW. County and Municipal Law Revision Commission. 1961. 34 pp. [495-9]

NEW JERSEY SAYS: "NO!". Report of the Commission on Military Training and Instruction in High School to the New Jersey Legislature. American Union Against Militarism. 1917. 15 pp. [675-17]

NEW JERSEY STATE HOUSING ASSOCIATION, Annual conferences. [396--18]
2nd, 1914. program. 4 pp.
3rd, 1915. Program. 8 pp.

NEW JERSEY URBAN EDUCATION RESEARCH REPORTS. New Jersey. Department of Education. The New Jersey Urban Education Observatory. [754-6]
#1. 1976 #2. 1976
#3. 1977
#4. 1977

A NEW KIND OF CITY REPORT. Bureau of Municipal Research of Philadelphia. 1948. 16 pp. [780-20] [444-14]

NEW LEASE BETWEEN PHILADELPHIA AND THE UNITED GAS IMPROVEMENT COMPANY . 1925. 35 pp. [396-23]

A NEW LIFE FOR COOPER TOWN, CAMDEN 1966. An Action Program and planning study by Drayton S. Bryant and Terry Collison for the Camden Housing Foundation, Inc. and Camden Metropolitan Ministry. 1966. 86 pp. and tables. [83-16]

THE NEW LOCATIONS AND HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS OF FAMILIES DISPLACED FROM AREA 3-C. Baltimore Urban Renewal and Housing Agency. 1961. 20 pp. [90-22]

A NEW LOOK AT PUBLIC HOUSING, by Helen Hall. 1957. 2 pp. [429-13] Contents: Program of Henry Street Settlement.

A NEW LOOK AT PUBLIC HOUSING. National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers. 1958. 16 pp. [429-4] [544-13]

A NEW LOOK AT THE PHILADELPHIA PHENOMENON FROM PENN MUTUAL. No date. 8 pp. [558-18]

A NEW MENTAL HOSPITAL FOR PHILADELPHIA; in Philadelphia Medicine , January, 1947. 1 pp. [356-5] THE PHILADELPHIA COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY JOINT MEDICAL-LEGAL COMMISSION: proposal recommending erection of the Eastern Pennsylvania Psychiatric Institute; Philadelphia Medicine , January, 1947. 4 pp. [356-5]

A NEW OUTLOOK...YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO SERVE THE SIGHTLESS...Beacon Lodge - Camp for the blind. Lewistown, Pennsylvania. No date. No pages. [557-8]

NEW PARTNERS IN THE AMERICAN SCHOOL. A study of auxiliary personnel in education. Bank Street College for the Office of Economic Opportunity. 1967. 21 pp. [551-3]

NEW PATHS TO PROGRESS. Address by John B. Dawson, Health and Welfare Council, Incorporated. 1954. 4 pp. [458-19]

NEW PATTERNS FOR MENTAL HEALTH. A plan for the organization of mental health services in Delaware County March 1958. Delaware County District Health and Welfare Council, Inc. 1958. 13 pp. [539-6]

THE NEW PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia Office of the City Representative. 1957. 32 pp. [292-3]

THE NEW PHILADELPHIA STORY, by John La Cerda. 1948. 15 pp. Volume 2. 1949. 16 pp. [348-1]

THE NEW PHILADELPHIA STORY...after April 17, 1951. Greater Philadelphia Movement. 1957. 16 pp. [475-4]

THE NEW PHILADELPHIA STORY; characteristics of the Philadelphia negro market, compiled by the Philadelphia Afro-American . 1945. 89 pp. [328-27]

THE NEW PHILADELPHIA STORY. Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation. No date. 25 pp. [555-27]

THE NEW POVERTY. Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. 1964. No paging. [681-17] [662-14]

NEW RESIDENTIAL BUILDING IN ALLEGHENY COUNTY, 1934-1937. Pittsburgh Housing Association. 1938. 13 pp. [251-30]

NEW RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION IN OLDER NEIGHBORHOODS OF PHILADELPHIA FROM 1951 TO 1960. Prepared by Albert M. Greenfield and Company, Inc. under contract with the Redevelopment Authority of Philadelphia. 1961. 89 pp. [80-12]

A NEW ROLE FOR REHABILITATION IN RENEWAL PLANNING, by Andy Melamed. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1962. 25 pp. [52-15]

NEW ROW HOUSES FOR OLD; Philadelphia shows that better row housing can be built; in Architectural Forum, May, 1936. 1 p. [341-14]

THE NEW SEDGWICK CENTER HALL HOMES, in the beautiful and exclusive Sedgwick Farm Section of Mt. Airy. [250-2] Contents: Pamphlet showing semi-detached home built by Erny-Nolen, $8475. Out of 12 of these houses sold in 1934, 9 paid for in cash.

A NEW STATE CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION IN THE PHILADELPHIA AREA. A summary report. The American Foundation Studies in Corrections. 1964. 35 pp. [572-9]

NEW TRENDS IN PUBLIC HOUSING, by Hugh Scott. Reprinted from the Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine . August 31, 1958. 2 pp. [189-18] NEW TRENDS IN STATE FINANCE. League of Women Voters of the United States. 1973. 15 pp. [652-29]

NEW TWO-MILE THOROUGHFARE THROUGH DOWNTOWN SECTION PROPOSED TO AID TRAFFIC. Boston City Planning Board. Article reprinted from City Record . 1923. Unpaged and map. [142-21]

A NEW WATER SUPPLY FROM UPLAND SOURCES. Preliminary report to the Philadelphia Water Commission. Philadelphia. Water Commission. Board of Consulting Engineers. 1945. 83 pp. Plus charts and maps. [802-5]

A NEW ZONING ORDINANCE FOR PHILADELPHIA. The Citizen's Council on City Planning. 1962. 9 pp. [491-10] [133-10]

 

 

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