General Pamphlet Collection, Part 14: Finances-Furnished

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 These consist of published and unpublished materials usually received by the SCRC along with donated manuscript collections.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 14: Finances - Furnished



THE FINANCES OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA. A study by the Institute of Local and State Government, University of Pennsylvania for the City Planning Commission of Philadelphia. 1943. 79 pp. [789-8]

FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION OF MEDIA, PENNSYLVANIA. A study of records and procedures. Institute of Local and State Government. 1942. Variously paged. [538-7]

FINANCIAL ANALYSIS OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia Advisory Finance Commission. 1938. 87 pp. [789-9]

THE FINANCIAL FUTURE OF CITY AND SCHOOL GOVERNMENT IN PHILADELPHIA, by David W. Lyon. (Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia Business Review ). Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. 1971. 74 pp. [471-15]

THE FINANCIAL FUTURE OF CITY AND SCHOOL GOVERNMENT IN PHILADELPHIA. Pre-publication copy of the Business review March 1971 (Without detailed appendic). Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. 1971. 36 pp. [732-12]

FINANCIAL INFORMATION. Philadelphia. Office of Director of Finance.
1964. 34 pp. [801-7]
1965. 34 pp. [531-9]

FINANCIAL PICTURE OF AN IMPROVABLE AREA. Bureau of Municipal Research of Philadelphia. 1947. 39 pp. [481-1] [61-42]

FINANCIAL PROCEDURES OF THE FREE LIBRARY OF PHILADELPHIA. Prepared by Government Consulting Service. Institute of Local and State Government. 1955. 22 pp. [535-12]

FINANCIAL REPORT. Philadelphia Office of the Director of Finance.
1955. 409 pp. [736-1]
1956. 413 pp. "
1957. 324 pp. "
1958. 320 pp. "
1959. 316 pp. [737-1]
1960. 330 pp. "
1961. 328 pp. "
1962. 338 pp. "
1963. 370 pp. [738-5]
1964. 374 pp.
1965, January-June. 95 pp. [738-3]
1966, January-June. 113 pp. [78-4]

FINANCIAL REPORT. School District of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Board of Education. January 1 to June 30, 1966 [776-2].

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS OF THE WATER SYSTEM, SEWER SYSTEM FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31,... City of Philadelphia Water Department.
1961. 35 PP. [516-11]
1963. 35 pp. [801-6]

FINANCIAL STATISTICS OF NEW JERSEY LOCAL GOVERNMENT. New Jersey Taxpayers Association. 1961. 58 pp. [495-2]

FINANCIAL SURVEY OF THE BOROUGH OF YEADON, PENNSYLVANIA. Prepared for the Yeadon Borough Council by the Institute of Local and State Government. 1939. 38 pp. plus appendix. [538-4]

FINANCING, AND COST OF, EDUCATION IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY. Pennsylvania Economy League, Montgomery County Branch. 1954. 59 pp. [465-7]

FINANCIAL LOWER-MIDDLE INCOME HOUSING. Pennsylvania Department of Commerce; Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Temple University. 1964. 107 pp. [435-35] Contents: Demonstration project financed by United States Urban Renewal Administration.

FINANCING MUNICIPAL SEWAGE TREATMENT FACILITIES IN PENNSYLVANIA BY USE OF MUNICIPALITY AUTHORITIES, by F. Eugene Reader. No date. 23 pp. [603-13]

FINANCING OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS, by Paul H. Wueller, Pennsylvania State School Commission. 1947. 3 pp. [440-21]

FINANCING PARKS AND RECREATION AREAS. Paper by Edmund N. Bacon. 1958. 11 pp. [527-7]

FINANCING PHILADELPHIA'S FUTURE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS. Bureau of Municipal Research.
[1942-1951]. 1952. 34 pp. [455-2]
1953. 15 pp. [550-12]
1955-1960. 1954. 38 pp. [481-7] [480-13]
1957-1962. 1956. 51 pp. [480-8]
1958-1963. 1957. 51 pp.

FINANCING SMALL HOUSES, by John Ihlder; in National Municipal Review , July 1914. 12 pp. [264-30]

FINANCING THE SMALL HOUSE, by Lee K. Frankel. 1912. 8 pp. [238-17] Contents: Paper read at the National Conference on Housing, Philadelphia, 1912.

FINDING TOMORROW'S SOCIAL WORKERS. Careers in social work second annual report. Health and Welfare Council. 1961. 8 pp. [556-21]

FINDINGS: ANALYSIS OF COMMUNITY NEEDS. Community Renewal Program, Baltimore Urban Renewal and Housing Agency. 1965. 35 pp. plus appendices. [93-8]

FINDINGS AND CONCLUSIONS OF THE COMMITTEE OF 15 AFFECTING THE CITY CHARTER. A summary of remarks made by Robert K. Sawyer, Executive Director Greater Philadelphia Movement. 1949. 6 pp. [476-1]

FINDINGS: INVENTORY OF RESIDENTIAL BLIGHT. Baltimore Urban Renewal and Housing Agency. 1964. 33 pp. and appendices. [57-10]

FINES AND COSTS. Philadelphia. Office of the Clerk of Quarter Sessions. Management Planning Unit. No date. 14 pp. and appendix. [566-8]

FIRE-BELT INSPECTION PROGRAM; memorandum for civic groups and other organizations in "fire-belt" areas from the Committee on Housing Law Enforcement, Philadelphia Housing Association. March 1958. 2 pp. [274-16]

FIRE CODE, PHILADELPHIA. 1959. 104 pp.

FIRE DEATHS AND RACE: a report on residential fire deaths in Philadelphia. Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations. 1960. 5 pp. [395-26]

FIRE DEPARTMENT August 31, 1967 to June 30, 1968. Philadelphia Office of the City Controller. 1968. Variously paged. [514-10]

FIRE PREVENTION BULLETIN , July 1922. 63 pp. [248-14]

FIRE PREVENTION CODE, PHILADELPHIA. 1952. 109 pp. [458-6]

FIREMEN'S PENSION FUND OF PHILADELPHIA April 30, 1967 to September 30, 1968. Philadelphia. Office of the City Controller. 1969. Variously paged. [531-8]

FIRST ALL - PHILADELPHIA CONFERENCE ON SOCIAL WORK. The findings: A summary and abstract of the addresses and discussions. 1923. 61 pp. [540-9]

THE FIRST ANNUAL MENTAL HEALTH AND MENTAL RETARDATION PLAN FOR THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA. Prepared by the Mental Health and Mental Retardation Advisory Board and... Department of Public Health City of Philadelphia. Draft. 1968. Variously paged. [642-4]

FIRST ANNUAL WATER RESOURCES PROGRAM. Delaware River Basin Commission. 1964. 89 pp. [523-8]

THE FIRST DECADE, 1921-31. A report of the Bureau of Children. Pennsylvania. Bureau of Children. 1931. 22 pp. [634-4]

A FIRST DRAFT OF A RATIONAL AND CONCEPTUAL APPROACH TO PCCA OBJECTIVES AND TENTATIVE PROGRAMS. Philadelphia Council for Community Advancement. 1963. 30 pp. [323-20]

FIRST FAMILIES: a study of twenty pioneer Negro families who moved into white neighborhoods in metropolitan Philadelphia, by Dorothy Sutherland Jayne. Summary by the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations. 1960. 6 pp. [395-26]

THE FIRST FIFTY FAMILIES: ANALYSIS OF THE RELOCATION PROGRAM. Morristown (New Jersey) Housing Authority. 1959. 11 pp. [90-2]

THE FIRST FIVE YEARS. A report by the agency director of United Cerebral Palsy of Delaware County...by Jean L. Wiley. (1958). 12 pp. [555-28]

FIRST POST-ACCREDITATION PROGRESS REPORT OF COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF PHILADELPHIA. Community College of Philadelphia. 1969. Variously paged. [727-8]

FIRST PROGRESS REPORT TO (PHILADELPHIA) HOUSING CODE ADVISORY COMMITTEE. 1954? 4 pp. [245-2]

THE FIRST SEVEN YEARS. A report of the Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh for the years 1937-1944. 1944. 63 pp. [177-8]

THE FIRST STATEWIDE CONFERENCE TO CONSIDER CAUSES, PRESENT KNOWN FACTS, ASSESS PROBLEMS RELATED TO CHILDREN BORN OUT OF WEDLOCK. Background papers. Pennsylvania. Governor's Council for Human Services. 1965. 38 pp. [640-9] [645-7]

THE FIRST STEP TOWARD POST-WAR HOUSING, by Philip M. Klutznick, before the Philadelphia Housing Association. April 1945. 8 pp. [326-21]

THE FIRST WAR EMERGENCY GOVERNMENT TOWNS FOR SHIPYARD WORKERS: Yorkship Village at Camden, New Jersey, by Richard S. Childs. 11 pp. 1918. [416-10]

THE FISCAL CONDITION OF PENNSYLVANIA. Report of Subcommittee Governor-Elect's Task Force on Fiscal Policy. 1970. 20 pp. and appendix. [598-4]

FISCAL EFFECTS OF CHANGES IN PHILADELPHIA'S CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FINANCING POLICIES SINCE 1952. Prepared for Citizens' Budget Committee by Bureau of Municipal Research and Pennsylvania Economy League. 1957. 21 pp. [480-7]

FISCAL FACTS AND FIGURES 1968-1969. School District of Philadelphia. 1968. Variously paged. [531-11] FISCAL IMPACT OF MAYOR'S PROPOSALS FOR INCREASES IN WAGES AND FRINGE BENEFITS FOR 1960. Prepared for Citizens' Budget Committee. Pennsylvania Economy League in association with Bureau of Municipal Research. 1959. 12 pp. [477-9]

FISCAL PERSPECTIVES AND THE CAPITAL PROGRAM. A report to the Pennsylvania State Planning Board by the Government Studies Center Fels Institute of Local and State Government University of Pennsylvania. 1968. 151 pp. [750-8]

FISCAL PLANNING FOR AN URBAN COMMUNITY. A study of public finance in Pittsburgh and Alleghney County, Pennsylvania. Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh and Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County. 1965. 100 pp. [639-6]

THE FISCAL ROLE OF THE STATE GOVERNMENT IN THE FIELD OF PUBLIC EDUCATION. League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania. 1962. Variously paged. [649-21]

5,580 PAPER HOUSES. Housing Authority of the City of Newark, New Jersey. 1947. 24 pp. [336-17]

FIVE YEARS' DEMOLITIONS: DEHOUSED POPULATION EQUAL TO CITY'S ONE YEAR GROWTH. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1928. 4 pp. [263-9]

THE FLAME , by the City Fire Fighters Association of Philadelphia. October 1953. 10 pp. [335-1]

THE FLIGHT TO THE SUBURBS: CAUSE AND EFFECT. STEP 1. THE DEVELOPMENT, by W.L.C. Wheaton. STEP 2. THE COUNTRY, by A.C. Spectorsky; in Greater Philadelphia Magazine , February, 1956. 5 pp. [254-17] Contents: Two addresses delivered before the citizens' Council on City Planning in January, 1956.

FLOOD PLAIN STUDY OF THE NESHAMINY CREEK, LOWER BUCKS COUNTY. Phase I. Prepared by the Neshaminy Valley Watershed Association. 1958. variously paged. [613-2]

FLOODS IN PENNSYLVANIA: FREQUENCY AND MAGNITUDE, by W.F. Busch and L.C. Shaw. Prepared in cooperation with Pennsylvania Department of Forests and Waters. 1960. 231 pp. [604-7]

THE FLOODS OF JOHNSTOWN. Federal Writers' Project, Works Progress Administration, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. 1939. 40 pp. [398-11]

FLORENCE CRITTENTON SERVICE OF PHILADELPHIA, INC. WELCOMES YOU... No date. 12 pp. [640-3]

FOLDER ON DECAY PROTECTION, compiled by the Philadelphia Housing Association. 1952. 48 pp. [211-39] Contents: Folder contains 4 pamphlets dealing with different aspects of decay protection.

FOOD FACTS. Philadelphia Inquirer , 1947. 24 pp. [30-14] Contents: Demonstrates extent of Philadelphia as a commercial center.

FOOD FOR ALL: A handbook. League of Women Voters of the United States. 1972. 29 pp. [652-4]

FOR A BASIN AND ITS PEOPLE. Interstate Advisory Committee on the Susquehanna River Basin. 1966. 11 pp. [525-14]

FOR A BETTER LIFE. The Story of the East Poplar Housing Plan. City Planning Commission. Redevelopment Authority, Housing Authority. Philadelphia. 9 pp. [73-23] [514-2]

FOR EVERY CHILD. The story of integration in the Philadelphia public schools. The Board of Public Education. 1960. 16 pp. [490-1] [490-11]

FOR NEW PHILADELPHIANS. Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. [559-18]

FOR OUR CHILDREN. Pennsylvania. Governor's Advisory Citizen Committee on the Mid-Century White House Conference on Children and Youth. 1950. 16 pp. [577-15] [546-15]

FOR PHILADELPHIA PROGRESS, by the Philadelphia Business Progress Committee. 1929. Unpaged. [21-16]

FOR SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA. Greater Philadelphia Movement. 1957. 16 pp. [490-2]

FOR THE RECORDS. City of Philadelphia Department of Records. Prepared by the Division of Public Information. Office of the City Representative. No date. No paging. [673-13]

FOR YOUR INFORMATION. Philadelphia. Housing Authority. n.d. 12 pp. [471-2]

FORCE ACCOUNT ON UNIT-PRICE CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS. Bureau of Municipal Research of Philadelphia. 35 pp. 1928. [464-1] Contents: Study of municipal contracts.

FORD FOUNDATION: PHILADELPHIA'S GREAT CITIES SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM: Four schools. 1960-1962. 207 pp. [390-9]

FORD FOUNDATION PROJECT GREAT CITIES SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM SCHOOL-COMMUNITY COORDINATING TEAM PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA. Eagle program. 1961. 30 pp. [732-17]

FORD PROJECTIONS. Philadelphia School District. 20 pp. 1961. [461-13] Contents: Newsletter for Ford Foundation project in four public schools for educational enrichment.

FORECAST OF FUTURE POPULATION TREDYFFRIN TOWNSHIP, PENNSYLVANIA. Draft for review by the Planning Commission. 1959. 29 pp. [532-10]

FORECAST OF PUBLIC SCHOOL ENROLLMENT FOR THE CITY OF CAMDEN, 1955-1980. Prepared for the Board of Education of the City of Camden by Fels Institute of Local and State Government. 1956. 32 pp. [532-11]

FORECAST OF SCHOOL BUILDING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE SCHOOL DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, GLOUCESTER COUNTY, NEW JERSEY. Prepared by Government Consulting Service, Fels Institute of Local and State Government. 1960. 23 pp. [537-6]

FOREIGN COMMERCE. DELAWARE RIVER PORT. Delaware River Port Authority. [626-6]
1955. 25 pp.
1956. 28 pp.
1957. 31 pp.
1958. 34 pp.
1959. 34 pp.
1963. 36 pp.

FOREIGN COMMERCE. DELAWARE RIVER PORT. Delaware River Port Authority. [626-5]
First six months of 1956. Vol. VII. no. Nov. 1956.


FOREIGN LANGUAGE CHURCHES AND SELECTED CULTS AND SECTS IN METROPOLITAN PHILADELPHIA. Greater Philadelphia Council of Churches. 1959. 7 pp. [541-21]

FOREIGN WATERBORNE COMMERCE OF THE DELAWARE RIVER PORT. Delaware River Port Authority. Division of Port Development.
Calendar year 1960. Variously paged. [611-12]
Calendar year 1962. 36 pp. [612-3]
Calendar year 1964. 37 pp. [611-12]
Calendar year 1965. 38 pp. [611-12]
Calendar year 1967. 51 pp. [621-7]

FOREIGN WATERBORNE COMMERCE STATISTICS. Delaware River Port Area. 1954. Vol. V. no. 4. - May 1955. Delaware River Port Authority. 13 pp. [624-2]

FOREST RESOURCES. Pennsylvania Planning . State Planning Board. Department of Commerce, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. 1946. 45 pp. [30-16]

THE FORM OF A METROPOLITAN SECTOR: WASHINGTON AND THE MARYLAND PENINSULA. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 1962. 75 pp. [42-14]

FORM OF APPLICATION FOR HOUSES OR ROOMS; for properties managed by Octavia Hill in London. ca. 1900. 1 pp. [400-12]

FORM OF GOVERNMENT. Factual Material Memorandum no. 1. Philadelphia Charter Commission. Thomas Evans Chairman. 1937. 54 pp. [474-3]

FORMATION OF LOCAL HOUSING AUTHORITIES. Pennsylvania State Board of Housing. 1937. 4 pp. [219-14]

THE FORMULATION OF METROPOLITAN AREA STUDY OBJECTIVES. University of Pennsylvania, Institute of Local and State Government. 1956. Variously paged. [116-14]

FORT MIFFLIN ON HISTORIC MUD ISLAND IN THE DELAWARE RIVER, PHILADELPHIA, by G. Edwin Brumbaugh. Greater Philadelphia Movement. 1959. 26 pp. [107-27] [520-5]

FORT WASHINGTON INDUSTRIAL PARK. 1966. 23 pp. [448-11]

FORTY YEARS OF A GREAT IDEA. League of Women Voters of the United States. 1960. 52 pp. [649-18]

FORUM DISCUSSION ON FACTS AND FICTIONS IN URBAN RENEWAL: THE NATURE AND EXTENT OF THE URBAN RENEWAL PROBLEM IN PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia Housing Association Forum. 1960. 11 pp. [50-20]

FORUM OF NEIGHBORHOODS, TODAY AND TOMORROW. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1958. Variously paged. [442-1] Contents: Papers by individuals concerned with the future of Philadelphia's neighborhoods.

FORWARD - PHILADELPHIA VISIT PHILADELPHIANS-AT-HOME. William F.B.Koelle, Architect. 1937. 6 pp. [423-9] Contents: Model home on the Parkway, demonstrating furnishings as well as construction.

FOSTER DAY CARE AS PRESENTED BY THE FIRST AND SUNNYSIDE DAY NURSERY, by Luna E. Kenney. Philadelphia Association of Day Nurseries. 1933. 40 pp. [577-39]

FOUR-COUNTY INDUSTRIAL DATA, PITTSBURGH DISTRICT, 1946-1949. Alleghney Conference on Community Development. (1950). 20 pp. [676-15]

FOUR COUNTY INDUSTRIAL LAND AND FACILITIES REQUIREMENTS. University of Pennsylvania. Institute for Urban Studies. 68 pp. 1957. [462-7]

FOUR FIELDS - OPEN SPACE RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY: AN INVITATION TO PROGRESS, by John van Steenwyk. No date. Unpaged. [125-3]

FOUR FIELDS - OPEN SPACE RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY IN HORSHAM TOWNSHIP. A proposal. Prepared by John van Steenwyk. Montgomery County Planning Commission. No date. 26 pp. [125-2]

FOUR IMPORTANT HOUSING BILLS INTRODUCED AT HARRISBURGH. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1945. 4 pp. [205-24]

FOUR YEARS OF COUNTY PLANNING. A report to the Township Supervisors Association; County Commissioners and County Boroughs Association of Montgomery County (Pa.); Court House, Norristown, Pa. 1954. 5 pp. mimeo. [16-3]

FRANCISVILLE. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 1969. 11 pp. [653-20]

FRANKFORD: DIRECTION OF A GREATER PHILADELPHIA. Guernsey A. Hallowell and Thomas Creighton, compilers. 104 pp. 1922. [432-4] Contents: Commemorative program for the opening of the Frankford Elevated Railroad.

FRANKLIN INDUSTRIAL URBAN RENEWAL STUDY: A COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS, by Calvin M. Austin. 1968. 22 pp. [502-1]

FREE COINAGE AND A SELF-ADJUSTING RATIO, by Thomas Balch. Social Science Association of Philadelphia Papers 1877. 27 pp. [656-20]

THE FREE LIBRARY OF PHILADELPHIA: DECADE OF GROWTH, 1951-1960. 1961. 42 pp. [541-14]

FREE LIBRARY September 30, 1967 to November 30, 1968. Philadelphia Controller's Office 1969. Variously paged. [514-8]

FREEWAYS IN THE URBAN SETTING. The Hershey Conference. June 1962. Unpaged. [104-6]

FRIENDLY RENT COLLECTING, by Helen L. Parrish; in Town Development , June, 1914. 3 pp. [399-16]

FRIENDS AND THE USE OF THE FIFTH AMENDMENT. Alan Reeve Hunt and Paul A. Lacey. Civil Liberties Committee of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of Friends. 1957. 31 pp. [649-3]

FRIENDS FREE LIBRARY OF GERMANTOWN, 1848-1948. No date. 8 pp. [599-18]

FRIENDS NEIGHBORHOOD GUILD. Philadelphia. 1958. No paging. [669-16]

FRIENDS NEIGHBORHOOD GUILD. Five year review 1961 to 1966. Friends Neighborhood Guild. 1967. 140 pp. [669-10]

FRIENDS' NEIGHBORHOOD GUILD, Fourth and Green Streets. 1923-1934. No paging. [659-18]

FRIENDS NEIGHBORHOOD GUILD PLAY PARADE. A mobile community service. 1960. 44 pp. [640-5]

FRIENDS NEIGHBORHOOD GUILD. Seventieth anniversary. 1950. 47 pp. [669-15]

FRIENDS SELF-HELP HOUSING PROGRAM IN PHILADELPHIA. A Quaker project in rehabilitation. No date. 4 pp. [668-25]

FRIENDS SUBURBAN HOUSING, INC. ca. 1956. pamphlet. 6 sides. [393-3]

FUN FOR ALL. City of Philadelphia Department of Recreation. 1956 -1959. Prepared by the Division of Public Information, office of the City Representative. (1959). No paging. [673-3]

FUNCTIONAL MANUAL. Department of Licences and Inspections, City of Philadelphia. 1962. 19 pp. [800-7]

THE FUNCTIONAL RELATIONS OF FIFTEEN CASE WORKING AGENCIES and THE REPORT OF THE PHILADELPHIA INTAKE COMMITTEE, by Helen C. Wallerstein. Seybert Institution. 1919. 185 pp. [393-4]

FUNCTIONALISM REVISITED, by Michael von Moschzisker, at the Annual Meeting of the National Conference of Editorial Writers, Philadelphia. 1958. 6 side folder. [341-8] [521-25]

FUNCTIONS AND JOB DESCRIPTIONS, PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DIVISION. Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority. 1953. Variously paged. [521-20]

FUND-AGENCY REVIEW. Background statement by United Fund. 1964. Variously paged. [563-11]

A FUND - RAISING STUDY AND REPORT FOR THE YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA. Prepared by the John Price Jones Corporation 1948. 103 pp. [633-9]

FUNDING PROPOSAL FOR MANTUA LEARNING AND FAMILY DEVELOPMENT CENTER. [1970]. 30 pp. [558-14]

THE FURNISHED ROOM PROBLEM IN PHILADELPHIA, by Franklin Kline Fretz. ca. 1911. 171 pp. [441-3]

 

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