General Pamphlet Collection, Part 18: How-Individual

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 These consist of published and unpublished materials usually received by the SCRC along with donated manuscript collections.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 18: How - Individual



HOW A CONGESTED CITY BLOCK CAN BE MADE FIT FOR HUMAN HABITATION, by Bernard J. Newman. Philadelphia Housing Commission. 1911. 20 pp. [62-30]

HOW A WORKER UTILIZED THE PHILADELPHIA PLAN. Hearings in the process of developing a mental health committee. By William Keller Conrad. A practice project in social work. 1969. 42 pp. [632-6]

HOW BANKS MAY BE DESTROYING YOUR AREA, by John Holland; in Philadelphia Inquirer , June, 1975. 4 pp. [364-21]

HOW CAN PHILADELPHIA BECOME THE NATION'S NUMBER ONE PORT by H. G. Schad. 1956. 11 pp. [520-7]

HOW CAN WE SUPPLY DECENT HOUSING FOR ALL? An information unit for 12th grade Modern Problems Course. Baltimore City Public Schools (Curriculum Bureau). 1951. 45 pp. plus 2 page bibliography. [118-5]

HOW CITY PLANNING CAME TO PHILADELPHIA, by Edmund N. Bacon. From The American City . 1943. p. 62. [61-58]

HOW DOES A PUBLIC LOW-RENT HOUSING PROJECT BUILT ON VACANT LAND AFFECT PRIVATE CONSTRUCTION AND PROPERTY VALUES IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD? Southern Area Office Health and Welfare Council, Philadelphia. 1956. 4 pp. [428-15]

HOW DOES AN AGENCY MEASURE THE VALUE OF THE SOCIAL SERVICE EXCHANGE IN ITS SERVICES by Arthur J. Browne. Philadelphia - Camden Social Service Exchange. Bulletin # 37. 1949. 4 pp. [583-7]

HOW HIGH WILL RENTALS AND VALUES GO; in Real Estate Analyst , October, 1934. 3 pp. [242-20] Contents: Article takes issue with portions of the Philadelphia Housing Association's 1933 annula report.

HOW HOMES ARE SITE-FABRICATED AND ERECTED AT HARUNDALE, GLEN BURNIE, MARYLAND, by the Byrne Organization, Washington, D.C. 1947. 13 pp. [325-25]

HOW INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION CONTRIBUTE TO THE GENERAL ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL BETTERMENT OF GREATER PHILADELPHIA. Greater Philadelphia Movement. 1966. 55 pp. [500-17]

HOW MAY WE GIVE YOUNG GIRLS A HELPING HAND? before the Conference of Churchwomen of the dioceses of Pennsylvania, by Mrs. Mary E.B.Perot. 1886. 6 pp. [400-10]

HOW MUCH RENT DO RELIEF FAMILIES PAY? Philadelphia County Relief Board. 1936. 10 pp. [374-30]

HOW ONE COMMUNITY IS ADAPTING ITS RESOURCES TO AN AGING POPULATION. Ester C. Forsstrand, Health and Welfare Council, Incorporated. 7 pp. 1954. [461-11]

HOW PHILADELPHIA CREATED THE WORLD'S FIRST COMPLETE FOOD DISTRIBUTION CENTER. N.d. 20 pp. [475-3]

HOW PHILADELPHIA STOPPED A RACE RIOT by Hannah Lees. 1955. 3 pp. [555-29]

HOW SCHOOLS CAN HELP URBAN RENEWAL, by H. Cole Williams. In School Board Journal . January 1959. 2 pp. [77-13]

HOW SHALL THE GOVERNMENT DISPOSE OF ITS INDUSTRIAL HOUSING? Committee on New Industrial Towns. 8 pp. 1918. [417-9]

HOW SHALL WE MANAGE HOUSING, by High Carter; from the Social Services Review , December 1940. 7 pp. [243-19]

HOW THE PUBLIC PROTECTS ITSELF WITH PLUMBING CODES. Plumbing & Heating Business . ca. 1950. 22 pp. [355-5] Contents:Included in Philadelphia Department of Public Health Report on the housing code and it's relationship to health. 1953.

HOW TO ACHIEVE A BETTER BALANCED LABOR FORCE BY REMOVING AGE BARRIERS TO EMPLOYMENT. Proceedings of the older worker conference 1958. Sponsored by Pennsylvania. Department of Labor and Industry. 1958. 241 pp. [573-3]

HOW TO CONDUCT A STUDY. A MANUAL OF PROCEDURES FOR USE BY THE HEALTH AND WELFARE COUNCIL. Research Service Health and Welfare Council, Inc. 1952. 21 pp. [540-4]

HOW TO GET RID OF FLEAS. HOW TO GET RID OF ROACHES. HOW TO GET RUD OF BEDBUGS. HOW TO ERADICATE ANTS. Philadelphia Department of Public Health. Undated. 4 pp. [347-18]

HOW TO KILL A CITY by Charles Abrams. (address) to be delivered at the annual luncheon of the Philadelphia Housing Association, Philadelphia April 14, 1967. 13 pp. [724-6]

HOW TO MODERNIZE PHILADELPHIA'S GOVERNMENT. Bureau of Municipal Research et al. ca. 1949. 31 pp. [453-8]

HOW TO ORGANIZE AN IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION, by Frances H. Morton, Executive Secretary, Citizens Planning and Housing Association, Baltimore, Maryland. Reprinted by A.C.T.I.O.N. (American Council to Improve Our Neighborhoods). No date. 4 pp. [84-14]

HOW TO PROVIDE HOUSING FOR LOW-INCOME GROUP. John Ihlder. 1949. 7 pp. [439-10] Contents: Response to attack on public housing by Washington, D.C., Board of Trade.

HOW TO SAVE CENTER CITY, by Richard B. Herman. Greater Philadelphia Magazine . Date unknown. pp 27 and 85. [74-28]

HOW URBAN RENEWAL WORKS IN PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority. 1966. 9 pp. [284-12]

HOW YOU CAN HELP HOLD DOWN THE RISING COSTS OF HOSPITAL CARE. A personal appeal from the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce Hospital Task Force. 1964. 12 pp. [492-18]

HOW ZONING RESTRICTIONS WILL REDUCE PRESENT AND FUTURE REAL ESTATE VALUE. Series of articles including one concerning Philadelphia zoning ordinances by Horace Groskin. No date. 30 pp. [129-3]

HOW'S YOUR HOUSE, by the Philadelphia Housing Association. 1946. 15 pp. [228-18]

HOW'S YOUR HOUSE? Housing laws and regulations of Philadelphia. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1949. 15 pp. [407-18]

HOW'S YOUR HOUSE? Philadelphia Housing Association. 1941. 16 pp. [441-14] Contents: Explanation of housing laws and regulations.

HUB-BOUND TRAVEL IN THE TRI-STATE NEW YORK METROPOLITAN REGION (1924-1961). Regional Plan Association. New York, New York. 1961. 17 pp. plus appendices. [103-16]

HUMAN CONSERVATION AND HOUSING, by John Ihlder. 1938. 24 pp. [145-12]

HUMAN RELATIONS ASPECTS IN HOUSING. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1952. 7 pp. [387-24] [511-9]

HUMAN RESOURCES PROGRAM:University of Pennsylvania. The first two years, 1964-1966. 13 pp. [297-7]

A HUMAN SERVICES PLAN FOR MONTGOMERY COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. 1966. Variously paged. [562-14]

THE HUMAN TOUCH; a five year report of progress in mental health in Pennsylvania. 1959. 28 pp. [333-14] A MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION:THE PROGRAM IN ACTION. 1961. 13 pp. PENNSYLVANIA MENTAL HEALTH, INC. 1963. 10 pp. Three pamphlets by the Pennsylvania Mental Helath, Inc.

THE HUMANE CITY, by William L.C. Wheaton. Philadelphia Committee on City Policy 1966 Civic Luncheon Series. 20 pp. [276-5]

THE HUNTER'S TARGET PROGRAM. William Hunter School, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Ford Foundation Project. Great Cities School Improvement Program. School - Community Co-ordinating Team Philadelphia Pennsylvania. 18 pp. 1961. [559-15]

I AM CURIOUS WELFARE by Citizen's Advisory Committee to the Montgomery County Board of Assistance. n.d. 11 pp. [773-9]

I'D RATHER BE IN (CENTER CITY) PHILADELPHIA: AN EXAMINATION OF THE APARTMENT GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT IN PHILADELPHIA'S CBD. Paul T.M. Hemenway. 1980. 34 pp. [469-9]

IDEAL CITY HOMES. Girard Estate. ca. 1913. 36 pp. [238-38] Contents: Photographs of model homes in South Philadelphia.

IDLE LAND IN AN URBANIZING AREA: THE DELAWARE EXPERIENCE, by Gerald F. Vaughn and Edward C. Moore. Division of Urban Affairs and Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Delaware. 1963. 15 pp. [42-7]

IDLING OF FARMLAND IN THE PHILADELPHIA REGION, 1930-1970 by David Berry. RSRI discussion paper series:no. 88. 1976. 40 pp. [756-5]

IF SHE WERE YOURS COULD YOU FORGET HER? Pennsylvania. Department of Welfare. 1940. 23 pp. [577-8]

IF THE PEOPLE WILL IT THAT THE STREAMS OF PENNSYLVANIA SHALL BE CLEAN, IT CAN BE DONE, by Grover C. Ladner. 1929. 18 pp. [350-13]

IF YOU'RE IN BUSINESS YOU HAVE A FRIEND IN THE GREATER PHILADELPHIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE and related organizations. No date. No paging. [644-2]

ILLEGITIMACY AND THE DAY NURSERY by Luna E. Kenney and Dorothy G. Patterson. Study presented by the First and Sunnyside Day Nursery of Philadelphia. 1937. 25 pp. [578-3]

AN ILLUSTRATED HAND-BOOK OF THE INDUSTRIAL EXHIBIT: Child-Labor and Sweatshop Conditions; under the Auspices of the Pennsylvania Child-Labor Committee, Consumers' League of Philadelphia, New Century Club and the Civic Club. 1906. 78 pp. [399-13]

THE IMPACT OF THE INTERCHANGE DEVELOPMENT ON THE ECONOMY OF CLINTON COUNTY, by Hays B. Gamble. Institute for Research on Land and Water Resources, Pennsylvania State University. 1966. 28 pp. [105-11]

THE IMPACT OF LOCAL TAXATION ON THE ECONOMY OF PHILADELPHIA. George Sternlieb, Thomas Clark, Kristina Ford and Staff of the Center for Urban Policy Research. 1977. Variously paged. [707-2]

IMPACT ON MERRIAM STADIUM PROPOSAL ON PENN'S LANDING. Prepared for Department of Commerce City of Philadelphia by Larry Smith and Company, Incorporated. 1966. 24 pp. [523-7]

IMPACT OF PROPOSED 1961-1966 CAPITAL PROGRAM ON FUTURE DEBT -SERVICE REQUIREMNTS. Pennsylvania. Economy League. 1960. 24 pp. [455-6]

IMPACT OF THE ENERGY CRISIS ON THE FUTURE PRICE OF ELECTRICITY presented by William Steigelmann, Manager, Energy Systems Laboratories Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1973. 35 pp. [586-13]

IMPACT OF VIETNAM WAR EXPENDITURES ON THE PHILADELPHIA ECONOMY by Walter Isard and Thomas W. Langford, Jr. Regional Science Research Institute Discussion Paper Series # 29. 1969. 46 pp. [478-10]

IMPACTS OF A DEEPWATER TERMINAL. Volume I:ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH DEEWATER PORT IN THE DELAWARE BAY AREA by Don Maurer, 1974. 206 pp. [584-17]

IMPEDIMENTS TO HOUSING CODE COMPLIANCE. August 1963. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1963. 49 pp. and appendix. [522-6]

IMPEDIMENTS TO HOUSING CODE COMPLIANCE. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1963. 65 pp. [237-29]

IMPLEMENTATION PLAN INTRASTATE WATER. SCHUYLKILL RIVER BASIN. (1968). 11 pp. [614-14]

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING OSKAR; in Greater Philadephia Magazine , November, 1962. 7 pp. [341-15]

IMPORTANT BULLETIN: RE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT. Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. 1935. 5 pp. [445-8]

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON YOUR NEW HOME. Home Builders Association of Philadelphia and Suburbs. 1948. 9 pp. [246-27]

IMPORTANT REQUIREMENTS OF THE HOUSING CODE, by the Philadelphia Department of Public Health. 3 pp. [203-21] Contents: Undated;1946?

IMPORTANT SUGGESTIONS TO HOUSEHOLDERS RELATIVE TO THE COLLECTION OF ASHES AND GARBAGE. Philadelphia Department of Public Works. 1913. 4 pp. [351-15]

IMPRESSIONS OF TWELVE SOUTHERN CITIES, by Gladys Blair. Baltimore Citizens Housing and Planning Council. 1955. 5 pp. [73-18]

IMPROVE EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR PENNSYLVANIA CHILDREN. Pennsylvania Federation of Teachers. ca. 1940. 16 pp. [440-5]

IMPROVED HOUSING : INFLUENCE OF ECONOMIC FACTORS. Bernard J. Newman, Philadelphia Housing Association. 9 pp. 1933. [463-20]

IMPROVED TRANSPORTATION FOR SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA. Bureau of Municipal Research and Pennsylvania Economy League. 1960. 378 pp. and appendices. [102-17]

IMPROVED TRANSPORTATION FOR SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA, Digest Bureau of Municipal Research and Pennsylvania Economy League (eastern division). 1960. 24 pp. [103-12]

IMPROVED TRANSPORTATION FOR SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA Bureau of Municipal Research and Pennsylvania Economy League (Eastern Division). 1960. 24 pp. [673-20]

IMPROVED TRANSPORTATION FOR SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA...Prepared for Pennsylvania Department of Commerce and Study Commission of the Philadelphia Metropolitan area. Bureau of Municipal Research and Pennsylvania Economy League. 1960. Variously paged. [483-11]

THE IMPROVEMENT OF A STREET. Octavia Hill Association. Philadelphia. 1906. 11 pp. [242-1]

THE IMPROVEMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia Regional Planning Council. Governor's Justice Commission. 1974. 126 pp. [710-12]

THE IMPROVEMENT OF HOUSING CONDITIONS IN PHILADELPHIA, by Gustavus A. Weber; from the American City , November, 1909. 6 pp. [399-17]

THE IMPROVEMENT OF PHILADELPHIA'S WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM. Citizens' Council on City Planning. 1949. 32 pp. [350-24]

IMPROVING MOBILITY WITHIN THE METROPOLIS, by Henry Fagin, Executive Director, Penn-Jersey Transportation Study. 1960. 15 pp. [103-8]

IMPROVING MOUNT HOLLY URBAN RENEWAL AND THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN. Mount Holly Comprehensive Plan Background Report #1. Mount Holly Township Planning Board, Burlington County, New Jersey. 1967. 14 pp. [535-11]

IN A NUTSHELL. Joint Annual Reports of ... the Children's Department Council of Social Agencies including the Philadelphia Association of Day Nurseries. 1932. 16 pp. [725-6]

IN DEFENSE OF HOMEOWNERSHIP FOR THE WELFARE RECIPIENT. Prepared for the subcommittee on Housing for Welfare Recipients by Warren Howze and Diane Taflin under the supervision of Paul L. Niebanck. 1968. 9 pp. [698-16]

IN MEMORY OF RICHARDSON DILWORTH (August 31, 1898-1974). Address by Morris Duane. 1974. 9 pp. [547-8]

IN PLACE OF A PARENT. The A B C of foster family care for children by Blanche J. Paget. Pennsylvania Bureau of Children. Bulletin No. 38. 1929. 62 pp. [546-8]

IN PLACE OF SLUMS. Article reprinted from The Evening Bulletin . December 14, 1943. 1 p. [148-30]

IN SEARCH OF A BETTER LIFE. The education and housing problems of Puerto Ricans in Philadelphia. Report of the Pennsylvania Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights ... 1974. 51 pp. [777-2]

IN THE COURT OF OYER AND TERMINER AND GENERAL JAIL DELIVERY AND QUARTER SESSIONS OF THE PEACE for the county of Philadelphia. Special presentation of the Grand Jury of the County of Philadelphia for Novemeber term, 1944 on Juvenile delinquency. 1944. 78 pp. [577-19]

IN THE ORPHAN'S COURT OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY. Estate of Robert N. Carson, deceased. Opinion of the Court, Hon. WIlliam F. Solly, President Judge...1912. 16 pp. [804-16]

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF PENNSYLVANIA. Philadelphia Company for guarenteering, mortgages a corporation of Pennsylvania, trustee vs. guaranty. Realty Company a Corporation of Pennsylvania. [674-4] no. 53 Oct. term, 1921. 44 pp. no. 401 Jan. term, 1922. 77 pp.

IN THE SUPREME COURT DISTRICT Eastern district CITIZENS COMMITTEE TO RECALL RIZZO by Shelley D. Yanoff, et al ... v. The Board of elections of the city and county of Philadelphia Margaret M. Tartaglione...1976. 144 pp. [727-4]

INCIDENCE AND CAUSES OF TEACHER RESIGNATIONS IN THE PHILADELPHIA PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM, 1955-1962. Pennsylvania Economy League. 45 pp. 1963. [462-1]

INCIDENCE OF POVERTY IN PHILADELPHIA. Community Renewal Program. 1964. Variously paged. [500-13]

INCODEL : A DECADE OF PLANNED PROGRESS, 1936-1946. Interstate Commission on the Delaware River Basin. Ten year report. 1946. 25 pp. [30-15]

INCODEL presenting a report on the activities and accomplishmets of the Interstate Commission on the Delaware River Basin for the year ending June 30, 1947. 15 pp. [628-4]

INCODEL : THE INTERSTATE COMMISSION ON THE DELAWARE RIVER BASIN. A twelve point conservation program for the Delaware River Basin. No date, folder. [31-2]

INCOME AND EXPENSE UNDER RENT CONTROL: Philadelphia Rental Housing. United States. Office of Price Administration. 1943. 19 pp. [243-19] Contents: Tables, charts.

INCOME EDUCATION, AND UNEMPLOYMENT IN NEIGHBORHOODS. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
1960. 46 pp. [638-7]
1963. 46 pp. [287-18]

INCREASED SOCIAL OPPORTUNITY THROUGH COMMUNITY PLANNING. Pennsylvania Department of Public Institution. 1936. 36 pp. [575-20]

INCREASING THE REVENUES OF THE CITY WITHOUT AN ADDITIONAL TAX ON REAL ESTATE. An address delivered by D.E.Dallam at a joint meeting of the Philadelphia Real Estate Brokers Association and the Philadelphia Operative Builders Association. 1912. 19 pp. [674-22]

INDEPENDENCE GAZETTE. Friends of Independence National Historical Park. June 1979. no. 1. 8 pp. [708-3]

INDEPENDENCE HALL and adjacent historic buildings. A plan for their Preservation and the Improvement of their Surroundings. Philadelphia 1944 by Fairmount Park Art Association. [2-16]

INDEPENDENCE HALL : Shrine of free governemnt, by Raymond Pitcairn. 1940. 16 pp. [398-14]

THE INDEPENDENCE MALL. A report of the Joint State Governemnt Commission to the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. 1951. 15 pp. [614-7]

INDEPENDENCE MALL. Center City. Redevelopment Area. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 1962. 27 pp. plus charts. [721-5]

INDEPENDENCE MALL REDEVELOPMENT AREA PLAN AMENDMENT. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 1963. no paging. [655-24]

THE INDEPENDENCE MALL REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT AS THE NEXT MAJOR STEP IN REVITALIZING CENTER CITY. Philadelphia. Redevelopment Authority. 1960. 6 pp. [521-25]

INDEPENDENCE MALL TO BE BUILT BY THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA. Harbeson, Hough, Livingston and Larson, Architects. No date. 4 pp. [520-7]

INDEPENDENCE MALL URBAN RENEWAL AREA. Philadelphia. Redevelopment Authority. No date. (5 pp.) [654-9]

INDEPENDENCE MALL URBAN RENEWAL AREA. Philadelphia. Redevelopment Authority. 1963. CA. 50 PP. [443-2]

INDEPENDENCE NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK. Hearings before subcommittee House of Representatives 80th Congress conducted March and April, 1948. 56 pp. and maps. [62-18]

INDEPENDENCE NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK. United States Department of the Interior. 1956. Folder. [109-7]

THE INDEPENDENCE NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK AND INDEPENDENCE MALL IN HISTORIC PHILADELPHIA. Indpendence Hall Association. 1951. 28 pp. [693-13]

INDEX OF ENACTED AND CURRENTLY AVAILABLE FEDERAL AID PROGRAMS. Philadelphia City Economist. 1966. 16 pp. [297-11]

AN INDEX TO DRAFT III OF THE PHILADELPHIA HOME RULE CHARTER. Bureau of Municipal Research. 1950. 41 pp. [453-19]

INDICATIONS OF THE DIRECTION OF POPULATION. 1950-1960, PHILADELPHIA. Chester Rapkin et al. 1960. 33 pp. [456-14] Contents: Prepared for United States Census Bureau.

INDIVIDUAL LIBERTY, USA. League of Women Voters of the United States. 1951. 36 pp. [649-7]

INDIVIDUAL PRODUCTION RATING. A study of measurement of quantity and quality of individual productive output in two textile operations. By John Clifford Shover. A thesis in economics... Ph.D. University Of Pennsylvania. 1926. 120 pp. [687-8]

INDIVIDUAL SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM CODE. Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. 40 pp. [460-20]

INDIVIDUAL SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM CODE FOR BUCKS COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. Bucks County Board of Health. 1955. 24 pp. [459-15]

 

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