General Pamphlet Collection, Part 13: Evaluation-Final

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 These consist of published and unpublished materials usually received by the SCRC along with donated manuscript collections.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 13: Evaluation - Final



EVALUATION DESIGNS FOR TITLE I OF THE ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION ACT FOR 1968-1969. Philadelphia. School District. Office of Research and Evaluation. 1969. 295 pp. [777-3]

AN EVALUATION OF A PILOT PROJECT TO ASSESS THE INTRODUCTION OF THE MODERN ENGLISH INFANT SCHOOL APPROACH TO LEARNING WITH SECOND AND THIRD YEAR DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN. The School District of Philadelphia. Office of Research and Evaluation. Field Research Services. 1969. Variously paged. [732-1]

EVALUATION OF A SPECIAL CODE ENFORCEMENT TRAINING PROGRAM CONDUCTED BY THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF PHILADELPHIA. Submitted to the Community College of Philadelphia by Government Studies Center Fels Institute of Local and State Government. 1970. 34 pp. [535-7]

EVALUATION OF A DROP-OUT SITUATION IN MDTA PROGRAM, PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA. No date. 59 pp. [561-11]

AN EVALUATION OF EDUCATIONAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM SCHOOLS. Philadelphia. School District. Division of Research. 1967. 9 pp. [732-18]

EVALUATION OF HOUSING ACTIVITIES IN PENNSYLVANIA BOROUGHS. Pennsylvania. Department of Health. 1965. 33 pp. [639-3]

EVALUATION OF HOUSING ACTIVITIES IN PENNSYLVANIA CITIES. Pennsylvania Department of Health. 1966. 38 pp. [639-5]

EVALUATION OF HOUSING ACTIVITIES IN PENNSYLVANIA TOWNSHIPS. Pennsylvania. Department of Health. 1966. 28 pp. [639-4]

EVALUATION OF LOCAL HOUSING ACTIVITIES IN PENNSYLVANIA. Part II - Summary of Borough Activities. Pennsylvania Department of Health. 1965. 34 pp. [189-14]

EVALUATION OF OPERATION POPLAR, JUNE 1957 - May 1960. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. 1960. 67 pp. [378-9]

AN EVALUATION OF SELECTED DATA REQUIREMENTS AND AVAILABILITY FOR URBAN ECNOMIC PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT IN PENNSYLVANIA, by Morris Hamburg and John H. Norton. Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and Pennsylvania Department of Internal Affairs. 1963. 160 pp. [13-12]

EVALUATION OF THE COLLEGE MOTIVATION PROJECT FOR WEST PHILADELPHIA HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS CARRIED OUT BY THE HIGH SCHOOL AND THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, by Barry M. Freeman. 1962. Variously paged. [648-22]

AN EVALUATION OF THE FOLLOW THROUGH PROGRAM IN PHILADELPHIA, 1971-1972. Vol. I PROGRAM PERSONNEL'S AND PARENTS' PRECEPTIONS OF THE PROGRAM. November, 1972. Follow through Evaluation Staff of the School District of Philadelphia. report no. 7223 (A). 1972. Variously paged. [489-9]

AN EVALUATION OF THE HARLEM PARK NEIGHBORHOOD REHABILITATION PROJECT, by Donald E. Moore. For the Baltimore Urban Renewal and Housing Agency, by the ACTION Council for Better Cities. 1965. 35 pp. [83-14]

EVALUATION OF THE PRISON LIAISON UNIT OF THE PHILADELPHIA CLERK OF QUARTER SESSIONS COURT. Philadelphia. Office of the Clerk of Quarter Sessions. Management Planning Unit. No dates. 24 pp. and appendix. [566-1]

EVALUATION OF THE REGION'S HIGHWAY SYSTEM. Penn Jersey Transportation Study. By James E. Watt, Director. 1963. 12 pp. [603-3]

EVALUATION OF THE REGION'S MASS TRANSPORTATION NETWORK. Penn Jersey Transportation Study. By Gorge V. Wickstrom, Deputy Director. 1963. 8 pp. [603-6]

AN EVALUATION OF THEIR NEIGHBORHOOD BY RESIDENTS WHO ARE AWARE THEY MUST RELOCATE FROM A PHILADELPHIA LOCAL COMMUNITY, by Jesse Auerbach. 1968. 38 pp. [544-11]

EVALUATION OF TITLE I PROJECTS OF THE PHILADELPHIA REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY. Interim report, by Morton Lustig and Janet Rothenberg Pack. Fels Center of Government, University of Pennsylvania. 1973. 75 pp. [589-12]

EVALUATION OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION PROJECTS, 1972-1973. Philadelphia School District. 1973. 173 pp. [602-14]

AN EVALUATION PROCESS FOR PHILADELPHIA TITLE I URBAN RENEWAL PROJECTS. Optimal system for the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority with cooperation of the Philadelphia Community Renewal Project. Government Study Center. The Fels Center of Government, University of Pennsylvania. 1973. 73 pp. [745-8]

EVALUATION SURVEY: PROPOSED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM TRADE AND CONVENTION CENTER. Ebasco Services Incorporated. 1962. Variously paged. [524-10]

EVALUATIVE CRITERIA FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BUILDINGS. Philadelphia. School District. School Planning Department. 1967. 48 pp. [600-7]

EVENING SCHOOL BULLETIN, 1948-1949. School District of Philadelphia. Board of Public Education. 47 pp. [658-6]

EVERY CHILD: HOW HE FARES IN PHILADELPHIA. Third All-Philadelphia Conference on Social Work. Proceedings. 1925. 85 pp. [363-11]

EVERY CHILD IN PHILADELPHIA: WHAT HE HAS TO LIVE ON, by Jacob Billikopf; an address at the Third All Philadelphia Conference on Social Work. 1925. 27 pp. [364-19] Contents: Published in Survey Graphic , April, 1925. 6 pp.

EVERYBODY PLANS. Booklet of Improvements for Baltimore. Baltimore Planning Commission. 1952. 32 pp. [16-17] [293-14]

EVERYBODY'S ASKING US ABOUT THE GERMANTOWN HOUSING CO-OP. Germantown Cooperative Housing Association, Philadelphia. ca. 1950. 3 pp. [239-5]

EVERYBODY'S BUSINESS: THE STATE CONSTITUTION. League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania. 1962. 16 pp. [651-10]

EVES VS. ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OF LOWER GWYNEDD TOWNSHIP: OPINION OF THE COURT. Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Eastern District. 1960. 7 pp. [128-18]

EVICTION AND DISTRESS: BRIEF OUTLINES OF THE EVOLUTION OF RIGHTS, REMEDIES & PROCEDURE OF THE PARTIES CONCERNED. Memo to Bernard J. Newman, by M. Shapo. 1931. 9 pp. [246-27]

EVICTIONS IN THE PHILADELPHIA AREA. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1945. 37 pp. [178-26] Contents: A study of cerificates of eviction granted by OPA for occupancy by a new owner.

AN EXAMINATION OF EARNINGS IN CERTAIN STANDARD MACHINE-TOOL OCCUPATIONS IN PHILADELPHIA, by H. Larne Frain. 85 pp. 1929. [463-7] Contents: Dissertation, University of Pennsylvania.

EXAMPLES OF REHABILITATION IN PHILADELPHIA. Collection of articles on Neighborhood Rehabilitation data for several areas of the city. Januray 5, 1961. Unpagd, 10 pp. [78-22]

THE EXCEPTIONAL WORLD OF REHABILITATION. Magee Memorial Hospital, Philadelphia. Ca. 1967. 20 pp. [329-45]

EXCERPTS FROM NEWTOWN TOWNSHIP BUILDING CODE OF 1938. Board of Township Supervisors. 18 pp. (Delaware County) [205-23]

EXCERPTS FROM THE ADMINISTRATIVE CODE OF 1929. Act of April 9, 1929, P.L. 177, as amended. Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare. 1961. 16 pp. [560-27]

EXCERPTS FROM THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN: THE PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1960. 30 pp. [267-18] [507-11] Contents: Charts, maps.

EXCERPTS FROM THE REPORT ON THE TRIANGLE DEVELOPMENT. Associated City Planners. 1948. 43 pp. plus diagrams, sketches, and maps. [73-12]

EXECUTIVES AND LEGISLATIVE BODIES OF AMERICAN CITIES. Philadelphia Bureau of Municipal Research. 1937. 29 pp. [757-12]

EXISTING AND POTENTIAL HOUSING SUPPLY, BUCKS COUNTY, 1953. Three reports by the Bucks County Planning Commission. [258-1]

EXISTING LAND USE AND PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF TREDYFFRIN TOWNSHIP, PENNSYLVANIA. Tredyffrin Township Planning Commission. Chester County, Pennsylvania. 1958. 16 pp. [533-13]

EXISTING PUBLIC SCHOOL AND RECREATION AREAS. Philadelphia City Planning Commission.
1949. 29 pp.
1950 revision. 57 pp.
1952. 38 pp. [490-7]

EXPANDING OPPORTUNITY. National Urban League. (1957). Unpaged. [569-19]

L'EXPERIENCE DES AUTRES. Jacques Delisle. 1957. 61 pp. [438-11] Contents: French report of the experiences of Buffalo, Philadelphia, New York City, and Toronto in public housing.

EXPERIMENTAL NURSERY SCHOOL PROGRAM. A guide line for the get set program. Sponsored jointly by the Philadelphia Board of Education and Philadelphia Council for Community Advancement. 1966. 39 pp. [732-5]

AN EXPERT LOOKS AT RENEWAL: A FIXTURE NOW IN URBAN EVOLUTION, by Bernard C. Meltzer with A. Edward Simon. Reprinted from the Evening and Sunday Bulletin . January 27 to February 7, 1965. 14 pp. [81-14] [552-12]

EXPLANATION OF THE PROPOSED "CAMDEN PLAN". Federal Works Agency. News release. 1941. 8 pp. [439-5]

AN EXPLORATION IN ESTABLISHING RESPECTIVE HUMAN DIGNITY AS A PRIMARY REQUIREMENT IN FUTURE POLICY PLANNING FOR PHILADELPHIA'S MODEL CITY, by Abdullah Ahmad Bey. 5 pp. [529-9]

EXPLORATION OF SOME QUESTIONS ON THE LOAN PROPOSAL CALLING FOR THE ASSUMPTION OF COUNCILMANIC DEBT. Bureau of Municipal Research of Philadelphia. 1953. 5 pp. [471-3]

EXPLORATORY SURVEY OF SOUTH PHILADELPHIA. YWCA of Philadelphia. 1962. 7 pp. [466-13] Contents: to determine if SW-Belmont Branch should re-locate.

EXPRESS HIGHWAYS FOR PHILADELPHIA. Citizens' Council on City Planning. 1947. 7 pp. [97-25] [518-19]

THE EXPRESSWAY DILEMMA. To grow and flourish, the city needs both beauty and utility. The Delaware Expressway is bringing both these needs together - on a collision course. By Warren Eisenberg. 1965. 4 pp. [762-20]

AN EXPRESSWAY SYSTEM FOR THE SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA REGION. An outline plan proposed by the Southeastern Pennsylvania Regional Planning COmmission. 1955. 7 pp. [101-8]

EXTENDED PHYSICAL DISABILITY AMONG OLD ADULTS IN SOUTH PHILADELPHIA. A study of cases reported by social and health agencies and other organizations as needing care within or outside the home. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. 1957. 45 pp. [657-20]

THE EXTENT AND SOCIAL COST OF DRUG ABUSE IN PHILADELPHIA, by David Richman. 1967. Variously paged. [555-28]

THE EXTENT OF CHILD DEPENDENCY AND DELINQUENCY IN SEVEN PENNSYLVANIA COUNTIES by Neva R. Deardorff. United States Children's Bureau. 1926. 22 pp. [577-39]

EXTRACTS FROM AN ADDRESS by H. Leroy Webb at the annual meeting of the Philadelphia Building Congress. 1929. 1 p. [396-38]

EXTRACTS FROM THE OFFICIAL REPORT OF THE PHILADELPHIA CHARTER COMMISSION. Thomas Evans, Chairman. 1938. 76 pp. i-iii. [474-4]

EXTRACTS FROM THE WILLS, DEEDS, ETC., CREATING THE SEVERAL TRUSTS HELD BY THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA. Board of Directors of City Trusts. After 1922. 141 pp. [453-13]

THE F.E.P.C. LAW AND YOU. Pennsylvania Fair Employment Practices Commission. No date. 15 pp. [557-39]

FACE-LIFTING THE PHILADELPHIA AREA. A report on progress to date prepared by Civic Development Bureau for the Chamber of Commerce of Philadelphia. 1948. 29 pp. [542-6] [62-8]

FACING FIRE FACTS IN PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. Fire Prevention Week 1930. 6 pp. 1935. 5 pp. 1937. 5 pp. [361-29]

FACT BOOK ON ORGANIZATION FOR ADMINISTRATION OF AIRPORTS, WATERBORNE COMMERCE, MASS TRANSPORTATION AND TOLL VEHICULAR CROSSINGS IN DELAWARE, NEW JERSEY AND PENNSYLVANIA. Report no. 352. Pennsylvania Economy League. 1969. 127 pp. [493-19]

FACT BOOK ON POVERTY: SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. Special Report Series no. 23. 1964. 24 pp. [491-8] [466-4] [522-7]

FACT SHEET DESCRIBING THE NEW PENNSYLVANIA HUMAN RELATIONS ACT. Pennsylvania Equal Rights Council. 1961. 2 pp. [383-9]

A FACT SHEET FOR BUSINESSES DISPLACED BY REDEVELOPMENT: BUSINESS RELOCATION. Philadelphia. Redevelopment Authority. 1961. 5 pp. [470-7]

FACT SHEET FOR EASTWICK REDEVELOPMENT AREA. Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority. 1958. Unpaged. [65-18]

FACTORS IN THE HOUSING PROBLEM, by Bernard J. Newman. Reprint from The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science . MArch 1937. 6 pp. [148-33] [145-10]

FACTORS INFLUENCING CRIME RATES OF NEGROES, by Leonard D. Savitz for the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations. December 1962. 24 pp. [328-29]

FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AT NON-URBAN INTERCHANGE LOCATIONS. Institute for Research on land and water resources research report #9. By Owen H. Sauerlender, et al. Pennsylvania State University Institute for Science and Engineering. Institute for Research on Land and Water Resources... 1966. 53 pp. [640-11]

FACTORY EMPLOYMENT, PAYROLLS AND WORKING TIME IN PENNSYLVANIA AND DELAWARE. Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. Department of Research and Statistics. 1940. 4 pp. [676-23]

FACTS ABOUT ADOPTION. Family and Children's Service of Lycoming County, Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Undated. 4 pp. [329-11]

FACTS ABOUT AMPHETAMINES AND THE SMITH, KLINE, AND FRENCH PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION LABORATORY. Ca. 1965. 6 pp. [331-16]

FACTS ABOUT PHILADELPHIA. Women's League for Good Government. ca. 1920. 80 pp. [353-6]

THE FACTS ABOUT PITTSBURGH'S SOOT AND DUST, by H.B. Meller; from The Pittsburgh Record , University of Pittsburgh, June-July, 1931. 9 pp. [352-6]

FACTS ABOUT THE DELAWARE EXPRESSWAY AND PHILADELPHIA'S GATEWAY- -THE HISTORIC AREA FROM PENN'S LANDING TO INDEPENDENCE HALL. Committee to Preserve Philadelphia's Historic Gateway. 1965. 5 pp. [516-15]

FACTS ABOUT THE FIRST REHABILITATED HOUSE. 120 North 58th Street, West Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Housing Authority. 1959. Leaflet. [471-3]

FACTS ABOUT THE WELFARE BOND ISSUE. Citizens' Committee for the Welfare Bond Issue. 1928. 48 pp. Philadelphia. [396-16] CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 10, WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT. Citizens' Committee for the Welfare Bond Issue. 1928. pamphlet. 6 sides. WELFARE BOND ISSUE BULLETIN , September, 1928. 8 pp.

THE FACTS ABOUT TOCKS ISLAND. Water Resources Association of the Delaware River Basin. 1962. 23 pp. [496-2] [269-2]

FACTS AND FICTIONS IN URBAN RENEWAL, by Louis Winnick. Philadelphia Housing Association Forum. 1960. 21 pp. [50-22]

FACTS AND FIGURES, EASTERN DELAWARE COUNTY. Delaware County Real Estate Board. 1929. 4 pp. [265-19]

FACTS AND FIGURES. School District of Philadelphia. [568-1]
1966-1967. 61 pp.
1968-1969. 87 pp.
1969-1970. 98 pp.

FACTS AND ISSUES FOR 1951. Americans for Democratic Action, Philadelphia. 1951. 45 pp. [454-1]

FACTS AND ISSUES FOR '55. Independent Committee for Dilworth and Blanc. 1955. 175 pp. [508-4] [449-3] Contents: Campaign booklet.

FACTS ASSOCIATED WITH REAL ESTATE IN PHILADELPHIA COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. Property Service, Inc. 1953. 1956. [153-4] Contents: Series of graphs depicting specific data pertaining to real estate situated in Philadelphia.

FACTS REGARDING PHILADELPHIA'S CITY HOUSING PROGRAM. Philadelphia Housing Authority. 1956. 4 pp. [437-6] [471-3] Contents: Open-site, federally guaranteed construction.

FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE WHITMAN PARK COURT CASE. Urban Coalition. Housing Association of Delaware Valley. 5 pp. 1976. [460-10]

FAIR EMPLOYMENT. Abstract of fair employment practice ordinance. Philadelphia. Commission on Human Relations. [1956]. 3 pp. [557-39]

FAIR? EMPLOYMENT IN PHILADELPHIA. A report by the Committee on Fair Employment Practices in Department Stores. [1946]. No paging. [555-28]

FAIR EMPLOYMENT PRACTICE ORDINANCE. City of Philadelphia. Approved March 12, 1948 amended March 29, 1950. [557-3]

FAIR HOUSING HANDBOOK. A Manual by Margaret Fisher. American Friends Service Committee. National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing. 1964. 42 pp. [543-5] [712-2]

THE FAIR HOUSING HASSLE, by Burton Chardak; in Greater Philadelphia Magazine , May, 1962. 5 pp. [395-23]

FAIR HOUSING IN BUCKS COUNTY: panel discussion held in Levittown, Pennsylvania on the subject of open occupancy housing. Lower Bucks County Council of Churches. 1957. 11 pp. [391-14]

FAIR HOUSING PRACTICES LAW (ORDINANCE NO. 523) FIRST REPORT. Pittsburgh Commission on Human Relations. 1959. 11 pp. [395-24]

FAIR HOUSING RIGHTS IN PENNSYLVANIA. Pennsylvania Commission on Human Relations. Undated pamphlet. [331-12]

THE FAIR RENT COMMITTEE, by Nochem S. Winnet; in The Shingle , May, 1942. 3 pp. [243-11]

FAIRLESS HILLS, PENNSYLVANIA. A New Community in Historic Bucks County. Leaflet by John W. Galbreath and Co., Realtors. [15-17]

FAIRMOUNT PARK AS AN EXAMPLE OF PLANNING FOR RIPARIAN LANDS IN PENNSYLVANIA, by Ian L. McHarg; in Fairmount Park Art Association, Annual report, 1961. 11 pp. [394-18]

FAIRMOUNT PARK : ITS HISTORY, CHARM AND BEUTY. Commissioners of Fairmount Park. N.d. 23 pp. [441-4]

FAIRNESS IN HOUSING. Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission. 1961. 8 pp. [214-19]

FAMILY ACCOMMODATIONS NEEDED IN PHILADELPHIA FOR A TEN YEAR PERIOD. Philadelphia Housing Association. Ca. 1924. 6 pp. [343-15]

FAMILY ELIGIBILITY FOR PUBLIC HOUSING IN PITTSBURGH, by James McIntyre. 1939. 7 pp. [760-14]

FAMILY INCOME AND RENT SURVEY. United States Bureau of the Census for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Local) Housing Authority. 1954. 16 pp. [470-19] [273-12]

FAMILY INCOMES AND RENTS OF TENANTS OF LOW-RENT PUBLIC HOUSING PROJECTS IN NEWARK, N.J. Newark. Housing Authority. 1945. Variously paged. [760-5]

FAMILY LIFE AND NATIONAL RECOVERY. The effect of economic unemployment on family life. Report of a Committee of the Family Society of Philadelphia. (1934). 40 pp. [575-6]

FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION; an ongoing project of the Baltimore Urban League. Ca. 1963. Pamphlet. [329-2]

FAMILY LIFE INSTITUTE; report to the community, by the Baltimore Urban League. 1962. Pamphlet. [329-15]

FAMILY LOW-COST BUDGET GUIDE. Council of Social Agencies, Philadelphia. 1944; ca. 100 pp. 1949.; 59 pp. [466-3]

FAMILY LOW-COST BUDGET GUIDE. Family Division Health and Welfare Council, Inc. Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties. 1949. 57 pp. [540-5]

FAMILY NEEDS IN UNIVERSITY CITY PLANNING. University of Pennsylvania Community Relations Advisory Committee. 68 pp. 1963. Digest of report, 9 pp. [423-11] Contents: Study of factors affecting the selection of neighborhoods.

FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES FOR MEDICALLY INDIGENT FAMILIES IN PHILADELPHIA. American Friends Service Committee. 1970. 100 pp. [465-2]

FAMILY RELOCATION OFFICE--HOOK ROAD PROJECT, AREA I: NARRATIVE REPORT. Family Service of Delaware County. Matidla Kroll, Caseworker. 1957. 12 pp. [88-22]

FAMILY SOCIETY OF PHILADELPHIA. 1927. 26 pp. [658-8]

FAMILY STANDARDS FOR APPLICATION AND OCCUPANCY IN PUBLIC HOUSING. Philadelphia. 1957. 5 pp. [439-9]

THE FATEFUL DECADE AHEAD: DEVELOPMENT OR DECAY?, by William L. Rafsky. Speech at Philadelphia Housing Association Annual Luncheon. 1961. 9 pp. [13-5]

FEARLESS FRANK FURNESS; in Architectural Forum , June, 1960. 6 pp. [324-14]

THE FEASIBILITY OF COMPREHENSIVE RENEWAL, by Dr. William L.C. Wheaton, Director, Institute for Urban Studies, University of Pennsylvania. 1960. 18 pp. [529-10]

A FEASIBILITY REPORT ON OCCUPATIONAL INFORMATION & PREPARATION IN PHILADELPHIA SCHOOLS. Prepared by the Task Force on Occupational Education with the Center for Community Studies of Temple University. 1969. 36 pp. [641-16]

FEASIBILITY STUDY: A fee subsidy system for controlling sulphur dioxide emissions in Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Department of Public Health. Air Management Services. 1981. 6 Volumes. [775-5]

FEASIBILITY SURVEY: Proposed MARINE TERMINAL FACILITY ON THE DELAWARE RIVER IN SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY. Prepared for the South Jersey Port Commission by Byrne, Wheeler & Co. 1962. No paging. [620-7]

FEDERAL SPEAKERS DIRECTORY, 1967-1968. Philadelphia Federal Executive Board. 21 pp. [526-17]

FEDERALLY FUNDED MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS IN PHILADELPHIA: A CRITICAL EVALUATION, by Norma W. Carlson and Patricia L. Mallory. 1967. 60 pp. [524-9] [501-7]

FEE CHARGING IN DAY CARE CENTERS FOR CHILDREN: PHILADELPHIA, DELAWARE, AND MONTGOMERY COUNTIES. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. 1961. 20 pp. plus appendix. [547-3]

FEES FOR LICENSES AND PERMITS ISSUED BY CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA. Bureau of Municipal Research. 1948. 3 vols. [455-3] Contents: Reports to Committee of Fifteen.

FELLOWSHIP COMMISSION--PAST AND PRESENT. Undated. 1 p. [334-27]

A FEW FACTS AND TRADITIONS ABOUT THE LOWER DUBLIN TOWNSHIP, by Mary Blakiston. City History Society of Philadelphia No. 9. 1911. 236 pp. [582-2]

FIFTEENTH CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES: CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY. STATE SERIES: PENNSYLVANIA. United States Census Bureau. 1932. 56 pp. [250-22] Contents: Tables.

FIFTH WATER RESOURCES PROGRAM OF THE DELAWARE RIVER BASIN COMMISSION. 1968. Variously paged. [621-2]

FIFTY YEARS OLD AND PROUD OF IT. League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania. 1970. 59 pp. [652-1]

FIGHT BLIGHT FUND - BALTIMORE. Folder of leaflets by the Fight Blight Fund, Baltimore. 1953. [72-13]

FIGHTING ILLEGAL DRUG TRAFFIC, by Smith, Kline and French Laboratories. 1966. 10 pp. [331-26] DRUG ABUSE : THE EMPTY LIFE, by Smith, Kline and French Laboratories. 1965. 10 pp.

FIGHTING ON THE SLUM-FRONT, by the Pittsburgh Housing Association. 5 pp. ca. 1942. [435-4]

FILMSTRIP--YOUR CITY, PHILADELPHIA. Curriculum Office of the School District of Philadelphia in cooperation with the Philadelphia Housing Association. 1962. 20 pp. [495-11]

FINAL LONG RANGE REPORT OF THE GOVERNOR'S TAX STUDY AND REVISION COMMISSION. Pennsylvania. Governor's Tax Study and Revision Commission. 1968. 75 pp. [598-11]

FINAL REPORT. Mayor's Ad Hoc Committee on Improvement in Municipal Standards and Practices. 1962. Various paged. [805-1]

FINAL REPORT AND EVALUATION OF PROJECT MOVE. Report of city-wide settlement project for Philadelphia Youth. September 1, 1965 to October 31, 1967. Submitted by Delaware Valley Settlement Alliance. 1965. 121 pp. [564-5]

FINAL REPORT: Market Street East Manpower Program. Frank Borda & Associates. 1970. Variously paged. [774-5]

FINAL REPORT OF GREATER PHILADELPHIA ENTERPRISES DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION for funding year July 1, 1968 through July 31, 1969. United States Department of Commerce. 1969. 45 pp. [557-31]

FINAL REPORT OF THE MAYOR'S STADIUM SITE REVIEW AND COST COMMITTEE. To the Honorable James H. J. Tate, Mayor, City of Philadelphia. 1962. 13 pp. [111-16]

FINAL REPORT OF THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE TEMPORARY COMMISSION ON THE CONDITIONS OF THE URBAN COLORED POPULATION to the General Assembly of the State of Pennsylvania. 1943. 631 pp. [637-3]

FINAL REPORT OF THE PHILADELPHIA COUNTY COMMITTEE FOR THE MID -CENTURY WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON CHILDREN AND YOUTH. 1950. 52 pp. [546-18]

FINAL REPORT, REVISED, ON THE NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION. New Jersey Legislative Commission on Efficiency and Economy in State Government. Part I Analysis and recommendations. Co-Principal investigators Edwin Haefele, Morton Lustig, Janet R. Pack. Fels Center of Government. 1978. 101 pp. [750-2]

FINAL REPORT TO THE NEW JERSEY COMMISSION ON EFFICIENCY AND ECONOMY IN STATE GOVERNMENT. Part II technical models. School of Public and Urban Policy. The Fels Center of Government. 1977. 51 pp. [755-16]

FINAL REPORT, WEBSTER STREET HOUSE STUDY COMMITTEE. Education and Recreation Department, Council of Social Agencies, Philadelphia. 1940. 33 pp. [175-20]

 

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