General Pamphlet Collection, Part 20: Jails-Living

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 These consist of published and unpublished materials usually received by the SCRC along with donated manuscript collections.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 20: Jails - Living



JAILS: YESTERDAY AND TODAY by Leon T. Stern. Pennsylvania Committee on Penal Affairs of the Public Charities Association. 1945. 12 pp. [577-39]

JEFFERSON. No date. No pages. [554-8]

THE JEFFERSON MEDICAL COLLEGE AND MEDICAL CENTER. Reports to Jefferson faculty members and key personnel by William W. Bodine Jr., William A. Sodeman, et al. 1962. 21 pp. [553-22]

JERSEY PLANS ; conference issue, volume 16, number 2, 1965. New Jersey Department of Conservation and Economic Development. [309-7]

JERSEY PLANS: OPEN SPACE ISSUE. New Jersey State Department of Conservation and Economic Development.
1957. 19 pp. [50-6]
Periodical, Fall 1961. 43 pp. [110-14]
Vol. XII, No. 4. Spring 1962. 42 pp. [614-3]
1965. 56 pp. [498-5] Winter 1966. 67 pp. [493-1]

JOB OPPORTUNITIES FOR OLDER PEOPLE, by Edward Kahn, Philadelphia Center for Older People. 1957. 75 pp. [461-8]

JOBS IN PHILADELPHIA:EXPERIENCE AND PROSPECTS. Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. 1975. 51 pp. [705-2]

JOHN HAY NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION: preliminary study of facts about area served. Reed Street Neighborhood House. 1954. 7 pp. [401-15]

JOHNNY IN TROUBLE; Is Philadelphia Rehabilitating its Delinquent Youth? by the League of Women Voters of Philadelphia. Ca. 1961. 23 pp. [333-7] [517-8]

JOHNSON QUALITY HOMES; exhibited at John Wanamaker's Village of Vision, New York and Philadelphia. 1946. 2 fliers. 9 pp. [337-23]

JOINT CONFERENCE ON VOCATIONAL READJUSTMENT, REPORT, Sponsored by the Pennsylvania State Employment Service and others. Philadelphia. 1935. 29 pp. [382-22]

JOINT DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSPORTATION STUDY FOR SOUTH CENTRAL PHILADELPHIA. Presented to Pennsylvania Department of Highways by Alan M. Voorhees and Associates, Inc. et al. Variously paged. [512-13]

JOINT DEVELOPMENT:PHILADELPHIA. A study of multiple use of the Delaware Expressway right-of-way. Prepared by Ueland and Junker, Architects. 1971. 153 pp. [597-15]

THE JOURNEY TO WORK. Philadelphia, Trenton, Wilmington Metropolitan Area 1960. Public Information Bulletin 10. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1965. 107 pp. [105-8]

JOY IN TASKER STREET. Norman Abbott. 1941. 1 p. [451-8] Contents: Newspaper article on Tasker Homes countering criticism of projects.

JOY THRU GIVING, by Ellwood P. Chapman. Pennsylvania Parks Association. No date. Unpaged. [108-2] Contents: Article on the donation of the Ralph Stover Park (Bucks County, Pennsylvania) to the Parks Association.

JUDICIAL RETENTION. Some questions answered. League of Womwn Voters of Pennsylvania. 1976. No paging. [652-22]

JUST COMPENSATION IN EMINENT DOMAIN IN PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, by Austin Norris. 1958. 38 pp. [227-14]

THE JUSTICE CENTER. Thalheimer & Weitz Architects and Engineers. 1975. No pages. [566-10]

JUSTICE KEPHART ON SET-BACK REGULATIONS IN ZONING ORDINANCES, by Bernard J. Newman. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1926. 7 pp. [127-16]

JUSTICE ON THE JOB; Baltimore's Criminal Justice Commission, by Frank Brock and Frederick Tisdale; condensed from the Rotarian , June, 1938. 4 pp. [375-4]

JUVENILE DELINQUENCY IN PUBLIC HOUSING, PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, 1942-1943. Federation of Social Agencies of Pittsburgh and Alleghney County. 1944. 16 pp. [377-23]

JUVENILE DIVISION OF THE MUNICIPAL COURT OF PHILADELPHIA. A report by the Bureau of Municipal Research of Philadelphia. 1930. 163 pp. [556-10]

THE JUVENILE STATUS OFFENDER AND THE LAW. Prepared by Christine F. Klejbuk and Beth Rosenberg of the Pennsylvania Joint Council on the Criminal Justice Syatem. 1977. 103 pp. [573-14]

THE JUVENILE STATUS OFFENDER AND THE LAW. Abstract. Pennsylvania Joint Council on the Criminal Justice System. Revised 1977. 31 pp. [573-17]

KAUFMANN, ARTHUR C., Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. Speech before Pennsylvania Joint State Government Commission. 1948. 6 pp. [445-1] Contents: Discussion of proposed re-organization of Philadelphia government.

THE KENNEDY HOUSING PROGRAM. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1961. 4 pp. [700-15]

KEY TO THE KEYSTONE STATE. PENNSYLVANIA. League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania. 1972. 158 pp. [652-9]

KEYS TO PHILADELPHIA'S FUTURE. Greater Philadelphia Movement. 1962. 32 pp. [508-1]

THE KEYSTONE DEFENDER. Pennsylvania State Council of Civil Defense. [517-19] Vol. 10, no. 1. March-April 1962.

THE KEYSTONE PROJECT TOCKS ISLAND REVISITED. Delaware Basin Bulletin. Volume 10 Nov. 1. Spetember/October 1971. 15 pp. [485-8]

THE KINGSLEY ASSOCIATION. Pittsburgh, Pa. 1926. 3 page leaflet. [658-42]

KNOW PENNSYLVANIA: YOUR STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT. A handbook of basic information by Louis M. Young and Harold F. Alderfer. 1946. 180 pp. [768-1]

KNOW YOUR CITY. Flyer on lecture series offered by Philadelphia Housing Association on housing conditions. ca. 1925. 2 sides. [406-20]

KNOW YOUR CITY. Series issued by the Philadelphia Housing Association.
1921-1930. [152-23]
1920. [421-15]
Series 22-1, 22-2, 22-3, 22-4. [127-1]
Contents: Series of pamphlets on various aspects of housing in
Philadelphia.

KNOW YOUR COMMUNITY. Compiled by League of Women Voters of Yardley Area, Pennsylvania. Revised 1971. 84 pp. [649-10]

KNOW YOUR COUNTY. A STUDY OF BURLINGTON COUNTY. The League of Women Voters. 1954. 58 pp. [495-8]

KNOW YOUR COUNTY. CAMDEN COUNTY. Camden County Board of Freeholders. Office of Public Relations. 1960. 32 pp. [495-10]

KNOW YOUR NEWARK DELAWARE. A know your town government survey. Prepared by the League of Women Voters of Newark, Delaware. Second edition. 1956. 52 pp. [492-9]

KNOW YOUR PENNSYLVANIA. Pennsylvania Planning . Pennsylvania State Planning Board, Department of Commerce. Sept., 1949. 80 pp. [2-28]

KNOW YOUR RIVER BASIN. An outline for study. League of Women Voters of the United States. 1958. 20 pp. [650-17]

KNOW YOUR STATE. League of Women Voters of the United States. 1947. 35 pp. [651-9]

KNOW YOUR TOWN. Chester Citizens Information Center. No date. 16 pp. [652-5]

KORMAN'S PHILADELPHIA; in Greater Philadelphia Magazine , October, 1964. 3 pp. [398-31]

LABOR. Blueprint for a better Philadelphia. Report to the people no. 8 by Arlen Specter. 1967. 23 pp. [508-16]

LABOR AND HUMAN RESOURCES IN THE PHILADELPHIA AREA. Philadelphia Business Progress Association. 15 pp. 1930. [463-13]

LABOR LAW ANSWERS. A handbook summarizing, in question and answer from, the principal general. Pennsylvania and federal labor laws. By Leo H. McKay. 1944. 63 pp. [683-1]

LABOR MARKET AREA REPORT (BI-MONTHLY). Pennsylvania State Employment Service. September-November, 1950. 14 pp. [464-13]

LABOR MARKET LETTER. Philadelphia area. A monthly review. Pennsylvania. State Employment Service. 1966-1970. n.p. [473-7]

THE LABOR MOVEMENT: six lectures by Frederic W. Speirs. program. Philadelphia. ca. 1898. 4 pp. [400-7]

THE LABOR RELATIONS CLIMATE AND MANAGEMENT RIGHTS IN URBAN SCHOOL SYSTEMS. The case for Philadelphia by Charles R. Perry. University of Pennsylvania. Wharton School. Industrial Research Unit. 1974. 99 pp. [705-1] [489-2]

LAKE HOPATCONG REGIONAL PLANNING BOARD. New Jersey Department of Conservation and Economic Development. Division of State and Regional Planning. 1961. 19 pp. [495-20]

LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA. Comprehensive City Plan 1929. John Nolen, City Planner. 60 pp. [55-26]

LAND AND FINANCE IN URBAN REDEVELOPMENT IN THE INTEREST OF THE MUNICIPALITY. THE MASTER PLAN OF PITTSBURGH. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Department of City Planning. 1945. 12 pp. [61-24]

LAND AND LANDSCAPE IN THE PHILADELPHIA REGION: 2025 by David Berry & Robert E. Coughlin. Regional Science Research Institute. 1977. 79 pp. [753-8]

LAND AND PEOPLE. A report on forests and waters, land and people. Pennsylvania. Department of Forests and Waters 1954-1958. 40 pp. [628-7]

LAND AND PEOPLE. Borough of Pottstown Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Pottstown Planning Commission. Preliminary draft. 1967. 44 pp. [536-12]

LAND, HOMES AND PEOPLE:POLICIES FOR GROWTH AND RENEWAL, by Charles Abrams, at annual luncheon, Philadelphia Housing Association, 1963. 9 pp. [13-10]

LAND RESOURCE POLICIES AND PROGRAMS. A resume of land development, use and management statues, regulations and practice. Pennsylvania. Office of State Planning and Development. 1971. 41 pp. [585-6]

LAND SUBDIVISION CONTROL:
1. OBJECTIVES OF SUBDIVISION CONTROL
2. ENFORCEMENT PROCEDURES AND PROBLEMS.
University of Pennsylvania Institute of Local and State Government. 8 pp. [58-34]

LAND SUBDIVISIONS REGULATIONS. Berks County Planning Commission. 1962. 75 pp. [266-6]

LAND USE AND LAND VALUE IN FOUR INTERCHANGE COMMUNITIES. An interim report on the York study. Institute for research on land and water resources research report #7 by Rayomond W. Eyerly. Pennsylvania State University. Institute for Science and Engineering. Institute for Research on Land and Water Resources. 1966. 29 pp. [640-10]

LAND USE AND LOCAL FINANCE, by Mabel Walker. Tax Policy , 1960. Tax Institute, Princeton, New Jersey. 28 pp. [6-12]

LAND USE AND PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS BOROUGH OF PITMAN GLOUCESTER COUNTY, NEW JERSEY. Pitman Planning Board. 1958. 6 pp. [537-10]

LAND USE IN DELAWARE, by Gerald F. Vaughn. University of Delaware and United States Department of Agriculture. 1962. 12 pp. [60-12]

LAND USE IN PHILADELPHIA 1944 - 1954. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1956. 33 pages with charts and maps. [24-18]

LAND USE IN PHILADELPHIA: METROPOLITAN DISTRICT 1944. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1949. 66 pp. and charts. [72-3]

LAND USE IN THE RURAL-URBAN FRINGE, by William M. Crosswhite and Gerald F. Vaughn. A case study of New Castle County, Delaware. University of Delaware. 1962. 28 pp. and map. [60-5]

LAND USE MEASUREMENT. Staff Report of Baltimore Department of Planning. 1958. 32 pp. [50-24]

LAND USE PLAN FOR RANDOR TOWNSHIP DELAWARE COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. Randor Township Planning Commission. 1964. 33 pp. [533-15] [287-10]

LAND USE PLAN FOR WEST DEPTFORD TOWNSHIP GLOUCESTER COUNTY, NEW JERSEY. Prepared by the West Deptford Township Planning Board with the technical assistance of Government Consulting Service Fels Institute of Local and State Government. 1961. 27 pp. [534-11]

LAND VALUE ASSESSMENT MANUAL for Lower Merion Township Montgomery County, Pa. 1964. Fels Institute of Local and State Government. 1964. var. paged. [751-4]

LANKENAU, the magazine of Lankenau Hospital, Spring 1953. 12 pp. [355-3]

LANSDOWNE ZONING ORDINANCE OF 1945. Number 680. Borough of Lansdowne, Pennsylvania. 1945. 20 pp. plus map. [131-4]

LARGE UNITS FOR LARGE FAMILIES, by Elfriede F. Hoeber, Philadelphia Housing Association. 1962. ca. 60 pp. [432-21] Contents: Background material for committee meeting.

LARGEST METRO PROJECT LAUNCHED, by Lennox L. Moak. In National Municipal Review . 1957. pp. 528-529. [46-10]

LAST YEAR, THIS YEAR, NEXT YEAR: WAR TIMES AND AFTER. Philadelphia Housing Association. ca. 1920. 5 pp. [407-23]

LATEST SELECTED MONTHLY STATISTICS IN PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia. Department of Commerce. [585-14]
November 1974 - February 1975.
April 1975 - June 1975
August 1975 - Spetember 1975

LAW AND THE WAR ON POVERTY IN PHILADELPHIA. A survey of existing legal services available to the poor and a proposal by the Philadelphia Bar Association for their extension. A report of the Public Service Committee as approved by the Board of Governors. 1965. 36 pp. [734-18]

LAW DEPARTMENT November 30, 1967 to December 31, 1968. Philadelphia. Office of the City Controller. 1969. Variously paged. [531-7]

LAW ENFORCEMENT; statement for Mrs. Samuel B. Scott by Bernard J. Newman; with meeting outline and letter of acknowledgement by Mrs. Scott. 1925. 6 pp. [236-16]

LAW ENFORCEMENT AND HOUSING, by the Interracial Committee, Philadelphia. 1943. 6 pp. [202-30]

LAW ENFORCEMENT TO BENEFIT ALL PEOPLE. Blueprint for a better Philadelphia. Report to the People no. 14 by Arlen Specter. 1967. 38 pp. [508-10]

THE LAW OF PARTNERSHIP by Social Science Association of Philadelphia Papers of 1874. 24 pp. [656-32]

LAWS AND ORDINANCES RELATING TO THE BUREAU, by the Philadelphia Department of Public Safety, Bureau of Building Inspection. 1911. 205 pp. [231-15]

LAWS AND ORDINANCES RELATING TO THE OFFICE OF THE FIRE MARSHAL. Philadelphia Department of Public Safety. 1864-1908. [361-3]

LAWS AND REGULATIONS. Philadelphia Department of Public Health. [222-46]
1947. 23 pp.
1948. 23 pp.
Contents: Covers erection, occupancy, and maintenance of
dwellings.

LAWS AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE CONDUCT AND OPERATION OF PUBLIC EATING AND DRINKING PLACES, THE INSPECTION OF AND THE ISSUANCE OF LICENSES FOR SUCH PLACES IN THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, by the Philadelphia Department of Public Health. 1950. 11 pp. [357-33]

LAWS AND REGULATIONS TO CONTROL AND REGULATE AIR POLLUTION IN THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA. Department of Public health. 1949. 16 pp. [459-4]

LAWS EVERY CITIZEN OUGHT TO KNOW, by Imogen B. Oakley; in issues of the Philadelphia Civic Club Bulletin , 1915. 6 pp. [357-33]

LEAD POISONING IN CHILDREN 1950-1964. Philadelphia. Department of Public Health. 1964. 13 pp. [511-9]

LEAD THE WAY TO A "BALTIMORE PLAN" FOR YOUR COMMUNITY. National Association of Housing Officials. 1953. 14 pp. [409-2]

LEADERSHIP AND SOCIAL ACTION IN THE SETTLEMENTS OF PHILADELPHIA. September 1950 through June 1951. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. 1951. Variously paged. [562-5]

A LEADERSHIP EDUCATION PROJECT. John C. Kieffer, Philadelphia Public Schools, Division of School Extension. 1946. 15 pp. [440-20]

LEADERSHIP FOR EFFECTIVE LEAGUES. League of Women Voters of the United States. 1958. 30 pp. [649-4]

LEARNING CENTERS PROJECT. The School District of Philadelphia. No date. No paging. [731-4]

LEARNING TO WORK TOGETHER:A progress report by Spring Garden School project of the Early Childhood Relations seminar. 1957.ca. 20 pp. [409-11]

LECTURE ANNOUNCEMENT. Season 1937-1938. Philadelphia Housing Association. 2 pp. [407-24]

LEGAL AID IN CIVIL CASES, by George Scott Stewart and Robert D. Abrahams; from Georgetown Law Journal , November, 1937. 28 pp. [404-17]

LEGAL BASIS OF THE PHILADELPHIA CITY PLANNING COMMISSION. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. Reprint from Annual report , 1943. 5 pp. [21-18]

LEGAL PROBLEMS OF WARD REALIGNMENT IN PHILADELPHIA. Thomas Skelton Harrison Foundation. 1965. 53 pp. [444-11]

LEGISLATIVE BULLETIN, 1927, by the Committee of Seventy, Philadelphia. 4 pp. [219-21]

LEGISLATIVE DIRECTORY. Federal and State. Pennsylvania AFL-CIO. 1965. 48 pp. [670-6]

LEGISLATIVE DIRECTORY 1969-1970. Pennsylvania State Chamber of Commerce. 17 pp. [650-15]

LEGISLATIVE PROGRAM OF THE PHILADELPHIA CRIMINAL JUSTICE ASSOCIATION. 1937. 3 pp. [444-20]

LEISURE TIME NEEDS AND WANTS OF PHILADELPHIA GIRLS AND WOMEN. Report of a study by the Institute for Research in Human Relations. (1949). 32 pp. [579-7] [631-5]

LET FREEDOM RING , by the Pennsylvania Civil Rights Congress.
February 1954. 4 pp. [335-9]
January 1954. 4 pp. [454-3]

LET THE CITIZEN PLAY HIS PART, by Walter M. Phillips. Reprint form the National Municipal Review . Nov. 1948. [2-3]

LET THE CITIZENS PLAY A PART by Walter M. Phillips. 1948. 5 pp. [521-9]

LET'S CONSIDER CAMDEN. Chamber of Commerce, Camden County, Camden, New Jersey. 14 pp. and photographs. [61-11]

LET'S GO CAMPING. A survey of camping in the Philadelphia Area. Health and Welfare Council, Inc.
1953. supplement. 14 pp. [658-25]
1952. supplement. [658-24]

LET'S LOOK AT HOUSING IN BALTIMORE. Citizen's Housing Council of Baltimore. Annual report - first. 1941. [15-5]

LET'S LOOK AT WILLIAM PENN HIGH SCHOOL. 1966. 20 pp. [668-2]

LET'S MAKE A STUDY. The use of research by Community Chests and Councils of social agencies in planning the community program of welfare, health and recreation service. 1942. 2 volumes. [578-12]

LET'S MEET THE CHALLENGE. United War Chest. 1943. 6 sides. pamphlet. [374-2]

LET'S ORGANIZE A LOCAL WATERSHED ASSOCIATION. This is a handbook for local leaders' use in organizing local watershed association. Prepared...for the Pennsylvania Federation of Watershed Associations. No date. No paging. [630-3]

LET'S PLAN WEBER COUNTY RECREATION. Weber County-Ogden City Planning Commissions, Utah. 1947. 31 pp. [107-18]

"LET'S SPEED THE PACE OF URBAN RENEWAL" Article in International Federation for Housing and Planning , news sheet. September 1958. 3 pp. [77-4]

LETTER AND MEMO TO TRYGVE LIE, Secretary General of the United Nations, on the development of the site and buildings for UNO, by the American Society of Planners and Architects. 1946. 9 pp. [338-24]

LETTER TO MY FOLLOW WORKERS; yearly accounts of donations received and charitable work, by Octavia Hill. 1872-1894. Variously paged. Some years missing. [400-6]

LETTER TO SENATOR HAROLD BURTON, by John Ihlder, Executive Officer, National Capital Housing Authority, in rebuttal to statements made by the Home Builders Association. June 1944. 4 pp. [326-22]

LEVITTOWN IN BUCKS COUNTY, by Charles R. Allen, Jr. in The Nation . May 1952. 2 pp. [3-3]

LIBERTY '76. A BICENTENNIAL CONCEPT FOR PHILADELPHIA. Franklin Institute Research Laboratories. 1967. 15 pp. [521-14]

LICENSED COMMERCIAL AND CONVALESCENT NURSING HOMES IN PHILADELPHIA, DELAWARE AND MONTGOMERY COUNTIES. Central Service for the Chronically III. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. 1948. 27 pp. [635-13]

LICENSES, PERMITS AND FEES, CITY OF PHILADELPHIA. Pennsylvania Economy League. 1946. 35 pp. [456-8] Contents: Report to City Controller.

LIDDONFIELD. Philadelphia Housing Authority. N.d. 1 pp. [438-10] Contents: Description of sample home in Northeast.

THE LIGHTING OF THE TRAFFIC OVAL IN FRONT OF ART MUSEUM. Citizens' Council on City Planning. Undated. 2 pp. [323-21]

LIGHTS AND SHADOWS. Philadelphia Housing commission. 1 pp. [407-8] Contents: Lectures available.

LIMITED-TERM AND EXCEPTED APPOINTMENTS IN THE CIVIL SERVICE by William C. Beyer. 1953. 186 pp. [793-8]

LINKED FOR PROGRESS:City of Philadelphia. Legislative proposals for the 1967 Pennsylvania General Assembly. 48 pp. [295-7]

LIQUOR CONTROL. Philadelphia Coalition of RAGs. No date. 25 pp. [512-12]

LIST OF DELAWARE COUNTY ORDINANCES RELATING TO HOUSING, PUBLIC HEALTH, SANITATION AND ZONING TO BE FOUND IN THE FILES OF THE PHILADLEPHIA HOUSING ASSOCIATION. Ca. 1943. 10 pp. [232-21]

LIST OF LOCALS. American Federation of Musicians. 1980. 128 pp. [670-2]

A LIST OF NOTABLE BUILDINGS IN PHILADLEPHIA. Philadlephia City Planning Commission. 1965. Variously paged. [526-18]

A LIST OF SOME OF THE BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA AND THEIR LEGAL TITLES. Issac Collins and John S. Powell. 1860. 2nd ed. 56 pp. [441-1]

A LISTING OF DIRECTORIES OF AGENCIES, ORGANIZATIONS, SERVICES AND PERSONNEL SERVING OR LOCATED IN SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA AND SELECTED SOURCES OF STATISTICAL DATA, SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA. Research Department. health and Welfare Council, Inc. 1965. 22 pp. [562-5]

LISTINGS OF SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE IN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES; reprinted from The Philadelphia Inquirer , April 1953. 26 pp. [329-24]

A LITTLE TALK WITH THE HOMESEEKER. Overbrook farms. 13 pp. 1899. [461-9] Contents: Advertising brochure. (Xerox Copy).

LIVE CONVENIENTLY IN WESTPARK APARTMENTS. The Philadelphia Housing Authority. 4 pp. No date. [553-22]

LIVING AND IMPROVING. Philadelphia, Department of Licenses and Inspections. Prepared by the Division of Public Infromation. office of the City Representatives. [673-7] [666-8]

A LIVING HAND: ten-year report of the Seybert Institution, 1920 -1930. 48 pp. [381-13]

LIVING IN SWARTHMORE. League of Women Voters of Swarthmore. 1974. 24 pp. [652-6]

LOAN AND GRANT FUNDS REQUESTED to finance redevelopment of Hook Road Redeveoplement Area, Darby Township; press release. Delaware County. Redevelopment Authority. 1954. 1 p. [258-1]

 

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