General Pamphlet Collection, Part 12: Econometric-Estimates

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 These consist of published and unpublished materials usually received by the SCRC along with donated manuscript collections.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 12: Econometric - Estimates



AN ECONOMETRIC FORECASTING MODEL FOR THE PHILADELPHIA REGION, by Norman J. Glickman. RSRI Discussion Paper Series no. 39. 1970. 56 pp. [478-9]

AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF GREATER WILMINGTON: A summary. Articles by C.L. Liberman. 1964. 12 pp. [498-9]

AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF THOSE FACTORS AFECTING THE LOCATIONS AND LAND USE OF OIL INDUSTRY INSTALLATIONS AND FACILITIES IN PHILADELPHIA, by John Stevenson Shultz. Thesis M.A. degree Temple University. 1948. 115 pp. [121-8]

ECONOMIC ANALYSIS: PROPOSED PARKING GARAGE AT 11th AND MARKET STREETS PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA. Prepared for Philadelphia City Planning Commission by Wilbur Smith and Associates. 1958. 25 pp. [530-16]

ECONOMIC AND FISCAL ASPECTS RELATED TO PAYING FOR NEEDED IMPROVEMENTS IN THE PHILADELPHIA METROPOLITAN AREA. 1965. 14 pp. plus appendix. [538-9]

ECONOMIC AND MARKETING ANALYSIS/COMPARISON OF SELECTED STANDARD METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS NORTH ATLANTIC COAST OF UNITED STATES. Delaware River Port Authority. 1971. 23 pp. [622-12]

ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF PUBLIC EDUCATION IN EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA, 1967-1968, by Richard S. Heisler, et al. University of Pennsylvania. Educational Research and Service Bureau. 1968. 65 pp. [729-5]

ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF PUBLIC EDUCATION IN EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA 1966-1967 by William B. Catetter, Richard S. Heisler and Janice M. Kurland. 1967. 67 pp. [729-3]

ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF PUBLIC EDUCATION IN EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA 1965-66 University of Pennsylvania. Educational Research and Service Bureau. 1966. 41 pp. [729-4]

ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF PUBLIC EDUCATION IN PENNSYLVANIA. 1969-1970 by Richard S. Heisler, John K. Baillie, et al. 1970. 73 pp. [568-2]

ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF PUBLIC EDUCATION IN PENNSYLVANIA. 1968-1969 by Richard S. Heisler, Richard M. Force and William L. Ottey. 1969. 67 pp. [572-2]

ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF MARKET STREET EAST. Preliminary draft. Prepared for the Office of the Director of Finance City of Philadelphia by Robert B. Mitchell and Andrew Huemmler. 1977. Variously paged. [707-3]

ECONOMIC BASE ANALYSIS. BOROUGH OF POTTSTOWN, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. Fels Institute of Local and State Government. 1959. 26 pp. [532-8]

ECONOMIC BASE, BOROUGH OF PITMAN, GLOUCESTER COUNTY, NEW JERSEY. Pitman Planning Board. 1959. 15 pp. [536-3]

ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS. CITY OF CHESTER, PENNSYLVANIA. Staff report by the Government Consulting Service Fels Institute of Local and State Government. Chester City Planning Commission. 1964. 53 pp. [535-1]

ECONOMIC CONDITIONS OF PHILADELPHIA OFFICE BUILDINGS, by the Philadelphia Federation of Construction Industry. 1932. 25 pp. [249-16]

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, by Elizabeth P. Deutermann. Philadelphia Community Renewal Program technical report #13. December 1964. Variously paged. [505-1]

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT---LOWER BUCKS COUNTY. Bucks County Planning Commission. 1954. 17 pp. and tables. [31-4]

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OPTIONS FOR ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA. National Council for Urban Economic Development. Community Advisory Service. No date. 31 pp. [590-9]

ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY OF DELAWARE EXPRESSWAY. First phase study. Madigan-Hayland Consulting Engineers for Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1953. 67 pp. [515-5]

ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY OF DELAWARE EXPRESSWAY. Madigan-Hayland Consulting Engineers, New York. 1965. 118 pp. [326-18] DELAWARE EXPRESSWAY; informative comments and reviews. Ca. 1957. Variously paged.

ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY OF DELAWARE EXPRESSWAY. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1955. 109 pp. [100-14]

ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY OF EASTWICK. Philadelphia Office of the Development Coordinator. 1957. 6 pp. [466-12]

ECONOMIC GROWTH AND THE ECONOMY OF NORTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA. Trends during 1962-72. Economic Development Council of Northeastern Pennsylvania. 1974. 14 pp. [593-10]

THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF POTENTIAL AIR TRANSPORTATION CONGESTION ON THE DELAWARE VALLEY REGION, by Robert E. Coughlin, Thomas W. Langford, Jr. and Benjamin H. Stevens. 1969. 26 pp. [493-13]

THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE DELAWARE RIVER PORTS. Delaware River Port Authority. 1959. 20 pp. [524-1] [309-2] [500-11]

ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE PHILADELPHIA 1976 BICENTENNIAL EXPOSITION. Philadelphia 1976 Bicentennial Corporation. 1969. 23 pp. [448-15]

ECONOMIC INDICATORS OF THE PHILADELPHIA ECONOMY. C. Wilford Grover...Prepared...under the direction of Joseph Oberman, Chief, Economic Development Unit Department of Finance, City of Philadelphia. 1969. 18 pp. [791-4]

ECONOMIC PROFILE OF PHILADELPHIA STANDARD METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA. Bell Telephone Co. of Pa. Business Research. 1972. 15 pp. [586-13]

ECONOMIC PROFILE OF UNIVERSITY CITY, PHILADELPHIA. Prepared for the West Philadelphia Corporation December, 1963 by Leo Molinaro. 1963. Variously paged. [492-17]

ECONOMIC PROFILE: Wilmington & New Castle County, Delaware. Greater Wilmington Development Council, Inc. 1980. 22 pp. [708-12]

ECONOMIC REPORT TO THE MAYOR - January 1958. Philadelphia Office of the Development Coordinator. 1958. 13 pp. [514-8]

ECONOMIC STUDY, to Berks County Planning Commission from Government Study Center, Fels Center of Government. [749-3]
Jan. 20, 1972 plus appendix
March 28, 1972
April 18, 1972
May 15, 1972

THE ECONOMIC VALUES ATTENDANT UPON THE REPLANNING OF BLIGHTED AREAS, by Harold S. Buttenheim. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1930. 15 pp. Illustrated. [61-31]

THE ECONOMY OF THE THIRD FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT: BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION; in The Business Review , November 1944. Federal Reserve Bamk of Philadelphia. 4 pp. [252-12] Contents: Third district covers roughly: Delaware, Pennsylvania to Johnstown and New Jersey to trenton.

THE EDEN HALL CENTENARY, 1847 - 1947. Academy of the Sacred Heart. 1947. 15 pp. [804-5]

EDUCATING FOR THE FUTURE. Budget 1965-1966. Radnor Township. School District. 79 pp. [571-8]

THE EDUCATION BUILDING: Department of Public Instruction, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Federal Writers' Project. 1939. 54 pp. [364-2]

EDUCATION FOR PITTSBURGH. Center for Field Studies. Harvard Graduate School of Education. 1966. 56 pp. [726-1]

EDUCATION IN LIVING. Baltimore City Health Department. 1953. 8 pp. [409-3] Contents: Summary of the role of education in the Housing Bureau's pilot program.

THE EDUCATION PARK. Report to the School District of Philadelphia. The Corde Corporation. 1967. 68 pp. plus appendix. [772-6] [502-4]

EDUCATION TO FORWARD URBAN RENEWAL IN PHILADELPHIA, by Howard W. Hallman. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1959. 49 pp. [118-2]

EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES OF THE WORKS PROGRESS ADMINISTRATION, by Doak S. Campbell, et al. Prepared for the Advisory Committee on Education. 1939. 185 pp. [576-31]

EDUCATIONAL AND VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION OF DISADVANTAGED HANDICAPPED YOUTH. Third progress report February 1, 1967 to December 31, 1967. Prepared by Jewish Employment and Vocational Service. 1968. 10 pp. [794-4]

THE EDUCATIONAL CHALLENGE: IT CAN BE MET. An appraisal and some considerations of educational needs in Pennsylvania. By Maurice J. Thomas. (1960). 102 pp. [648-8]

EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES. A county comprehensive plan study. Berks County Planning Commission. (1963). 84 pp. [790-2]

EDUCATIONAL SURVEY REPORT FOR THE PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF PUBLIC EDUCATION, by William R. Odell. 1965. 389 pp. [508-3] [568-4] [299-2]

THE EFFECT OF BILLS 1050, 1051, 1052, AND 1080 NOW BEFORE PHILADELPHIA'S CITY COUNCIL. Philadelphia Citizens' Budget Committee. 1965. 17 pp. [517-20]

EFFECT OF DEFENSE ON HOUSING IN DELAWARE COUNTY. Delaware County Welfare Council. 3 pp. 1941. [416-7]

THE EFFECT OF DIVISION SIZE UPON VOTING CONDITIONS IN PHILADELPHIA. Prepared for the Ward Consolidation Commission for Philadelphia by Institute of Local and State Government. 1939. 31 pages plus tables. [538-2]

THE EFFECT OF THE PROPOSED NEW JUDICIARY ARTICLE ON PHILADELPHIA'S MAGISTRATES' COURT SYSTEM. Prepared by Committee for Citizens Education on the Philadelphia Magisterial System. 1968. Unpaged. [560-18]

EFFECTIVE ADMINISTRATION DURING A CHANGE IN GOVERNMENTAL STRUCTURE. Robert K. Sawyer, Managing Director, City of Philadelphia. 1952. 9 pp. [445-5] Contents: Dinner speech at Institute of Local and State Government.

EFFECTIVE EXPERIENCES IN MEETING THE NEEDS OF THE AGING - HOUSING. remarks of Flora Y. Hatcher... at the National Biennial Round Table Conference of the American Public Welfare Association. 1959. 11 pp. [695-11]

EEFECTIVE ZONING. State of New Jersey, Department of Conservation and Economic Development. No date. 13 pp. [127-31]

EFFECTS OF PROPOSED CHANNEL ENLARGEMENT BETWEEN PHILADELPHIA AND TRENTON. Delaware River Model study report No.3. United States Army. Corps of Engineers, Philadelphia District. 1952. Variously paged. [630-4] [612-1]

EIGHT OBSERVATIONS ABOUT NEIGHBORHOOD STABILIZATION, by John A. Mc Dermott, at NAIRO Conference, Philadelphia. 1956. 4 pp. [393-5]

EIGHT YEARS GOING ON NINE. Children's Aid Society of Pennsylvania. 1930. 29 pp. [381-15]

18th & WALLACE. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 196 20 pp. [653-19]

ELABORATIONS ON LIVING IN UNIVERSITY CITY. Brochure published by West Philadelphia Corporation.
1960. 16 pp. [314-2]
1963. Unpaged. [86-19] [492-24]


ELECTION GUIDE (Revised January 1964). Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of State. 1964. 106 pp. [673-1]

ELECTION LAW DIGEST. The Committee of Seventy. [652-26]

THE ELECTION OF COUNCIL AT LARGE. Committee of Seventy, Philadelphia.
1950. 5 pp. [476-1]
ca. 1951. 3 pp. [454-2]
Contents: memo to Philadelphia Charter Commission.

ELEMENTARY ALTERNATIVE PROGRAMS. Philadelphia. School District. 1974. 34 pp. [732-8]

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS WITH EMPTY CLASSROOMS OR ROOMS THAT COULD BE MADE AVAILABLE TO ACCOMMODATE ADDITIONAL GRADE PUPILS. Philadelphia School District. 6 pp. 1963. [463-18]

ELEMENTS OF A COMPREHENSIVE INDUSTRIAL RENEWAL PROGRAM FOR PHILADELPHIA. Bureau of Municipal Research of Philadelphia. 1957. 12 pp. [508-7]

ELFRETH'S ALLEY. The Elfreth's Alley Association, Inc. No paging. No date. [638-6]

ELIGIBLE APPLICANTS FOR HOMES IN PITTSBURGH HOUSING AUTHORITY PROJECTS, by Gladys R. Walker; from the Federator May 1940. 3 pp. [243-13]

ELIMINATION OF OBSOLESCENT HOUSES, by Georgina P. Yeatman. 1936. 11 pp. [213-22] Contents: Address delivered at Planning Conference, University of Pennsylvania, 1936.

ELLSWORTH AREA PLAN: POINT BREEZE REDEVELOPMENT AREA. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1971. 11 pp. [655-13]

THE EMERGENCE OF HOUSING ABANDONMENT IN NORRISTOWN. Norristown Borough Council. 1973. 41 pp. [594-14]

EMERGENCY CARE SERVICES AND FACILITIES IN THE PHILADELPHIA-SOUTH JERSEY METROPOLITAN AREA, by the Hospital Survey Committee. 1968. 7 pp. [331-4]

EMERGENCY CONVOCATION. THE URBAN COALITION. 1967. n.p. [771-5]

EMERGENCY HEALTH COUNCILS. Summary of conclusions and recommendations. Franklin Institute Research Laboratories. 1972. 122 pp. Also, a separate volume that contains the appendix. Variously paged. [630-9]

EMERGENCY SERVICES OF THE PENNSYLVANIA COUNCIL OF NATIONAL DEFENSE IN THE INFLUENZA CRISIS: Philadelphia County Report. 1918. 5 pp. [359-14]

EMERGENCY SERVICES FOR CHILDREN. Title 7200 regulations. Pennsylvania. Department of Public Welfare. Office of Family Services. 1969. 7 pp. [661-16]

EMPLOYEE CAMPAIGN GUIDE...for 1955 United Fund. United Fund of the Philadelphia Area. 1955. 7 pp. [563-7]

EMPLOYEE NEWS BULLETIN . Philadelphia Housing Authority. November 1952. 6 pp. [184-10]

EMPLOYEE TURNOVER IN THE CITY SERVICE OF PHILADELPHIA, by William C. Beyer. Fels Institute of Local and State Government. 1958. 50 pp. [793-10]

EMPLOYEE WELFARE. Philadelphia School District. Office of the Superintendent of Schools. 1959. 22 pp. [703-5]

EMPLOYMENT AND INCOMES IN DEFENSE INDUSTRIES IN PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia Housing Authority. 24 pp. 1941. [464-11]

EMPLOYMENT AND UNEMPLOYMENT IN PHILADELPHIA, JULY-AUGUST 1938. Gladys L. Palmer. 1939. 55 pp. [465-8]

EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY FOR THE STATE AND ITS 48 LABOR MARKET AREAS FOR 1975, 1980, 1985 AND 1990. Pennsylvania Projection series. Pennsylvania. Office of State Planning and Development. 1973. 213 pp. [593-12]

EMPLOYMENT CHARACTERISTICS OF NEW APPLICANTS AT THE PHILADELPHIA STATE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 1934. Gladys L. Palmer. 24 pp. 1935. [464-10]

EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCES OF NEGRO PHILADELPHIANS. A descriptive study of the employment experiences, perceptions, and aspirations of selected Philadelphia whites and non-whites by Arthur J. Siegel and Philip Federman. Prepared for Commission on Human relations City of Philadelphia by Applied Psychological Services. 1959. 43 pp. and appendixes. [665-3]

EMPLOYMENT ON MERIT...PHILADELPHIA. Fair Employment Practice Commission. No date. 4 pp. [557-39]

EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES IN PENNSYLVANIA. Governor's Commission on Industrial Race Relations. 1954. 24 pp. [332-16]

EMPLOYMENT PROJECTION FOR THE FUTURE. Philadelphia. Commission on Human Relations. No date. 8 pp. [561-13]

EMPLOYMENT STRUCTURE & TRENDS: PHILADELPHIA. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. 1971. 19 pp. Also - Supplement #2, July 1974. 29 pp. [593-6]

ENACTING A MODERN HOUSING CODE: THE PHILADELPHIA STORY. A case study in city planning theory, by Bob Bogen. 1958. 15 pp. [236-16]

ENCOURAGING PROPER CITY GROWTH THROUGH BUILDING DISTRICTS. City Plan Commission, Newark, New Jersey. No date (ca. 1917). Unpaged. [125-6]

ENDS AND MEANS OF URBAN RENEWAL. Papers from Philadelphia Housing Association's 50th Anniversary Forum. 1961. 102 pp. [51-24]

ENERGY, OIL AND THE STATE OF DELAWARE. A proposal for safeguarding the Delaware estuary and coastline by safer transport of oil. Delaware Bay Oil Transport Committee. 1973. 51 pp. [603-10] [614-18]

ENERGY TRANSPORTATION. Pennsylvania Economic Program for Balanced Growth. Interim report technical working memorandum No. 8. Pennsylvania Governor's Office of State Planning and Development. 1974. 22 pp. [588-4]

ENFORCEMENT OF THE RIGHT OF ACCESS IN MASS PICKETING SITUATIONS. Thomas Skelton Harrison Foundation, Philadelphia. 1964. 26 pp. [444-10]

ENFORCEMENT VS. EVICTIONS; special bulletin. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1949. 4 pp. [354-24]

ENROLLMENT PROJECTION FOR PHILADELPHIA PUBLIC SCHOOL PUPILS, 1970-1980. Prepared by William P. Herron. School District of Philadelphia. Office of research and evaluation. 1969. variously paged. [601-20]

ENTERING PHILADELPHIA. City of Philadelphia Department of Streets progress report 1963-1967. 12 pp. [800-1]

ENTERPRISE ZONES. Policy paper. report prepared by David Baldinger and Duane Perry. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1981. 29 pp. [709-8]

AN ENVIRONMENT FOR LEARNING. The President's Message. University of Pennsylvania Bulletin . 1962. Unpaged. [86-21]

ENVIRONMENTAL AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION ASSESSMENT OF "GOALS AND OBJECTIVES FOR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT" AND OF THE YEAR 2000 LAND USE AND OPEN SPACE PLAN. Draft Dec. 1978. Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission. 1978. 13 pp. [690-7]

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH ASPECTS OF THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, by Oscar Sutermeister; in Public Health Reports , May, 1962. 4 pp. [355-13]

ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY LEADERS GUIDE FOR AIR POLLUTION 1970-1971. League of Women Voters of the United States. 1970. 13 pp. [652-15]

EQUAL EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES AND THE PHILADELPHIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS. A report of the Philadelphia Chapter of the American Jewish Committee. 1963. 26 pp. [732-11]

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM. Philadelphia. Office of the Clerk of Quarter Sessions. (1967). Variously paged. [566-7]

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY IN HOUSING: A MANUAL FOR CORPORATE EMPLOYERS. Prepared by Westchester Residential Opportunities, Inc. under contract with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. 1974. 53 pp. [712-4]

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY IN HOUSING. American Friends Service Committee. 38 pp. 1955. [423-13]

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY IN HOUSING. City of Philadelphia Community Renewal Program. Technical report 18. 1966. 117 pp. [698-5]

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY IN HOUSING IN PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1978. 1978. 118 pp. [638-9]

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY IN HOUSING IN THE DELAWARE VALLEY REGION. Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission. 1972. 45 pp. [581-12]

EQUALIZATION OF ASSESSMENTS AND NEW SOURCES OF REVENUE, an address by Mayor Blankenburg, Philadelphia. 1913. 33 pp. [402-3]

ERA: UNDER OUR OWN ROOF. League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania. 1980. No paging. [652-23]

ERIELAND 2000; a comprehensive environmental health survey of Erie County, Pennsylvania. 1967. Unpaged. [275-7]

EROSIONS IN THE PHILADELPHIA HOME RULE CHARTER. Citizens' Charter Committee. 1967. 10 pp. [517-20]

ESSENTIALS IN A LOCAL HOUSING PROGRAM, by Bernard J. Newman. 1935. 7 pp. [407-19]

ESTABLISHING PROGRAM ANALYSIS COMMITTEE; memo from Edward J. Martin, Director of Finance to all officers, departments, boards and commissions and selected agencies. 1968. 5 pp. [401-17]

ESTIMATE OF FUTURE POPULATION GROWTH BY SCHOOL DISTRICT. Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Prepared for Bucks County Board of School Directors by Governmental Studies Center Fels Institute of Local and State Government. 1967. 36 pp. plus tables. [536-7]

ESTIMATE OF FUTURE POPULATION GROWTH, WEST DEPTFORD TOWNSHIP, GLOUCHESTER COUNTY, NEW JERSEY. 1957 15 pp. [538-5]

ESTIMATE OF FUTURE SCHOOL ENROLLMENTS (KINDERGARTEN THROUGH 12th GRADE) CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, 1970-1990. Prepared for Student Library Resource Requirements Project by Arnold R. Post, Associate Government Studies Center Fels Institute of Local and State Government. 1969. 17 pp. [535-8]

ESTIMATE OF RELOCATION HOUSING NEEDS AND RESOURCES, CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, 1966-1971. Redevelopment Authority of the City of Philadelphia. 1966. Variously paged. [786-3]

AN ESTIMATE OF THE NON-WHITE POPULATION OF PHILADELPHIA, 1950-1955. Urban League of Philadelphia. November, 1956. 17 pp. [328-28] [456-12]

AN ESTIMATE OF THE NON-WHITE POPULATION OF PHILADELPHIA, 1950-1955. Urban League of Philadelphia, Leonard Blumberg, Research Director. 1956. 17 pp. [456-12] Contents: Also a two-page summary.

ESTIMATED CITY AND SCHOOL DISTRICT REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES IN 1946 IN A SELECTED AREA IN SOUTH PHILADELPHIA. Bureau of Municipal Research of Philadelphia. 1947. Variously paged. [674-12]

ESTIMATED JEWISH POPULATION OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, SELECTED NEIGHBORHOODS WITHIN THE CITY, AND CHELTENHEM, HAVERFORD, LOWER MERION AND UPPER DARBY TOWNSHIPS, 1955. Prepared for the Federation of Jewish Charities of Philadelphia by George Mold and Bernard Borislow. 1956. 30 pp. [527-9]

ESTIMATED MANDATORY INCREASES IN EXPENDITURES OF THREE MAIN FUNDS. Prepared for Citizens' Budget Committee by Bureau of Municipal Research. 1956. 30 pp. [550-8]

ESTIMATES OF MEDIAN AGE OF POPULATION AND AVERAGE SIZE AND TOTAL NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS IN PHILADELPHIA IN 1975. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1948. 7 pp. [62-4]

ESTIMATES OF THE RACIAL COMPOSITION AND DISTRIBUTION OF POPULATION IN PHILADELPHIA ON JANUARY 1, 1949. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1949. 9 pp. [383-5] [520-7]

 

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