General Pamphlet Collection, Part 5: Budget-Carson

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 These consist of published and unpublished materials usually received by the SCRC along with donated manuscript collections.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 5: Budget - Carson



A BUDGET FOR YOUR LIFE, from Antioch College Bulletin. January 1934. 38 pp. [397-9]

BUDGET PRACTICES OF THE PHILADELPHIA SCHOOL DISTRICT. Pennsylvania Economy League. 1960. 39 pp. [455-8] Contents: The operating budget.

BUDGETARY AND ADMINISTRATIVE CONSIDERATIONS AFFECTING THE FIREMEN'S REQUEST FOR A 40-HOUR WEEK, A $700 A YEAR INCREASE, A COMPLETE ANNUAL UNIFORM ALLOWANCE. Prepared at the Request of the Citizens' Budget Committee by the Bureau of Municipal Research and Pennsylvania Economy League. 1955. 51 pp. [480-12]

BUILDER EXPLAINS WHY DWELLING PRICES ARE HIGH, by Daniel Crawford, President, Philadelphia Operative Builders' Association; from The North American. ca. 1920. 1 p. [246-25]

BUILDING AND HOUSING CODES, by the Pennsylvania Department of Commerce. 1956. 63 pp. [235-4]

BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS IN NEW JERSEY, by Howard S. Piquet; reviewed by Bernard J. Newman; in American Federationist , November 1932. 3 pp. [264-20]

BUILDING AND USE SURVEY OF PROPOSED REDEVELOPMENT AREAS IN THE CITY OF CHESTER, PENNSYLVANIA. The results of a field inspection made by the teachers and senior students of Chester High School in November 1950 for the Chester City Planning Commission, 1952. 12 pp. [755-12]

BUILDING BETTER NEIGHBORHOODS. National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers. No date. No pages. [557-15] [565-23]

BUILDING BLACK ECONOMIC EMANCIPATION with $10 building blocks by the Reserved Leon Howard Sullivan. 1969. 11 pp. [555-1]

BUILDING CODE AND ZONING ORDINANCE. Borough of Caldwell, New Jersey. 1923. 47 pp. and map. [140-38]

THE BUILDING CODE OF SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP, by the Board of Commissioners of Springfield Township, Pennsylvania. 1931. 47 pp. [232-17]

BUILDING CODE ORDINANCE. City of Chester, Pennsylvania. 1928. 80 pp. [459-7]

BUILDING CODE PROGRESS IN THE NEW JERSEY - NEW YORK - CONNECTICUT METROPOLITAN REGION. Regional Plan Bulletin, December 1952. 4 pp. [232-15]

BUILDING CODES AND THEIR ADMINISTRATION, by the University of Pennsylvania, Institute of Local and State Government. 1952. [232-18]

BUILDING COSTS, WASTES AND "PHILANTHROPIC FINANCING", by Bernard J. Newman. 1921. 5 pp. [436-12] Contents: Summary of local housing conference.

BUILDING FOR EQUAL OPPORTUNITY. Third quarterly report. Philadelphia Urban League. 1973. 19 pp. [731-18]

BUILDING FOR EQUAL OPPORTUNITY. Third quarterly report. October 1974. Philadelphia Urban League. 1974. Variously paged. [586-11]

BUILDING FOR THE COMMON GOOD. Pennsylvania. General State Authority. 1962. 16 pp. [769-1]

BUILDING LAWS, UPPER DARBY TOWNSHIP. 1926. 32 PP. [459-6]

BUILDING LOAN CONTRACT AND LOCATION OF PROJECT: JUNIATA PARK HOUSING CORPORATION (Full Fashionaed Hosiery Workers) Philadelphia Housing Association. 1934. 22 pp. [264-19]

BUILDING OPERATIONS IN PENNSYLVANIA MUNICIPALITIES: ANNUAL REPORTS, 1939-1951, issued by the Department of Labor and Industry. 115 pp. [227-8] Contents: Title varies: 1939-41, Statistical Supplement of Building Operations in Pennsylvania Municipalities.

BUILDING OPERATIONS IN PENNSYLVANIA MUNICIPALITIES. Pennsylvania. Department of Labor and Industry. [782-5] May 1961 - December 1964 (Scattered monthly issues).

BUILDING OPERATIONS IN PENNSYLVANIA MUNICIPALITIES. Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry. 1938-1963. Variously paged. [255-1] [256-1] [257-1] Contents: Holdings include: statistical summaries for 1938-1943, monthly reports from January 1944 to December 1950; annual report for 1950; monthly reports for 1951 and 1952; annual summaries for the years 1953-1963 inclusive; and monthly reports for November and December, 1960, and February, March, and April, 1961.

BUILDING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF ALLENTOWN, PA. 1926. 73 pp. [779-8]

BUILDING PERMIT SURVEY, 1929-1935, PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA. United States Labor Department. 1937. 9 pp. [250-17]

BUILDING PERMIT SURVEY, 1936-1938, PENNSYLVANIA, by the United States Labor Department, Bureau of Labor Statistics. 117 pp. [218-1] Contents: Does not include Philadelphia.

BUILDING PERMIT SURVEY, 1939. United States. Labor Department. 196 pp. [251-9]
Volume 1: New England cities.
Volume 5: South Atlantic cities.
Volume 8: Mountain Division cities.

BUILDING PERMIT SURVEY, 1939, VOLUME II: Middle Atlantic Division, by the United States Labor Department. Bureau of Labor Statistics. 134 pp. [218-3]

BUILDING: PICTURE WINDOW ON '56. Greater Philadelphia Magazine . February, 1956. 2 pp. [254-17]

BUILDING PRIVATE INTERRACIAL HOUSING DEVELOPMENTS, by Morris Milgram at NAIRO Conference, Philadelphia. 1956. 6 pp. [393-5]

THE BUILDING PROGRAM OF THE PHILADELPHIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS, by Allen H. Wetter. Citizens Council on City Planning. 1961. 10 pp. [113-9]

THE BUILDING SITUATION, by the United States Chamber of Commerce. 1921. 18 pp. [216-8] Contents: Geographical breakdown of building permits issued in 131 cities in 1920.

BUILDING SYSTEMS FOR THE GREAT CITIES by Lorin Blodget. Social Science Association of Philadelphia Papers 1877. 22 pp. [656-31]

BUILDING THE CONSENSUS FOR CHANGE IN PENNSYLVANIA'S CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM. Proceedings of the First Pennsylvania Conference on Criminal Justice Standards and Goals. Pennsylvania Joint Council on the Criminal Justice System. Committee for Criminal Justice Standards and Goals. 1974. Var. paged. [771-8]

BUILDING THE WALT WHITMAN BRIDGE. Bethlehem Steel Company. A booklet. No date. No paging. [623-2]

BUILDING TOMORROW, SOME QUAKER EXPLORATIONS. Philadelphia Yearly Meetings of Friends. 1943. 64 pp. [368-6]

BUILDING ZONE ORDINANCE AND RULES OF PROCEDURE. Board of Appeals, Orange, New Jersey. 1922. 19 pp. and map. [139-34]

BUILDING ZONE ORDINANCE. Borough of Highland Park, New Jersey. 1923. 28 pp. and map. [140-12]

BUILDING ZONE ORDINANCE. City of Chester, Pennsylvania. 1927. 13 pp. [137-12]

BUILDING ZONE ORDINANCE FOR THE BOROUGH OF RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY. 1922. 20 pp. and map. [140-42]

BUILDING ZONE ORDINACNE FOR THE CITY OF WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. 924. 44 pp. [141-8]

BUILDING ZONE ORDINANCE FOR THE TOWN OF KEARNY, NEW JERSEY. Zoning Commission. 1922. 6 pp. and map. [138-18]

BUILDING ZONE ORDINANCE FOR THE TOWN OF NUTLEY, NEW JERSEY. Zoning Commission. 1922. 2 pp. with map. [141-20]

BUILDING ZONE ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY. Board of Commissioners. 1920. 29 pp. [139-14]

BUILDING ZONE ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF IRVINGTON, NEW JERSEY. 1922. 23 pp. and map. [139-21]

BUILDING ZONE ORDINANCE, TOWN OF WEST HOBOKEN, NEW JERSEY. 1922. 28 pp. [140-1] BUILDING ZONE MAP. West Hoboken, New Jersey. 1922.

BUILDING ZONE ORDINANCE. Township of Hillside, New Jersey. 1922. 31 pp. and map. [139-10]

BUILDING ZONE ORDINANCE (WITH AMENDMENTS). WEST ORANGE, NEW JERSEY. 1921. 34 pp. and map. [182-5]

BUILDING ZONES. East Orange, New Jersey. 1920. [140-24] ZONING MAP. (Use and Volume District) 1921. Note: For map, see map collection.

BUILDING ZONES, WEST ORANGE, NEW JERSEY. Commission on Building Districts and Restrictions. 1921. 30 pp. [138-15]

BULLETIN. Philadelphia. Commission on Human Relations. [744-7]
Fall 1953 July 1956 Oct. 1959
June 1954 Oct. 1956 Feb. 1961
March 1955 Dec. 1956 Fall 1961
June 1955 April 1957 Spring 1962
Jan. 1956 July 1958 Winter 1962
March 1956 April 1958
Fall 1965 - Spring 1968 (scattered monthly issues) [800-9]
Spring 1970. [797-5]

BULLETIN. The Settlement Music School. [658-40]
#2. no date 4 page leaflet
#3. no date 4 page leaflet

BULLETIN OF PENN CENTER ACADEMY OF THE YMCA OF PHILADELPHIA AND VICINITY. 1969-1970. 43 pp. [660-11]

BULLETIN OF SCHOOL EXTENSION ACTIVITIES for men & women and out-of-school & teen-age youth. School District of Philadelphia. (1963). 61 pp. [559-5]

BULLETIN OF THE CITY PARKS ASSOCIATION, PHILADELPHIA. With Special Monthly Report of the Secretary of the City Parks Association. [108-14]
May 1934.
November 1934
January 1935
March 1935
April 1935
June 1935
Contents: Reports on parks, city planning, zoning, housing, roads, airport, "city beautiful", etc.

BULLETIN OF THE SOUTH PHILADELPHIA REALTY BOARD. October 1933 to July 1934. Variously paged. [275-9]

BULLETIN ON URBAN RENEWAL. Compiled by the National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centrs. New York. Unpaged, six pieces. [74-15] [544-14]

THE BULLITT BILL as adopted by the legislature of Pennsylavania June 1, 1885 together with the ordinance to carry it into effect, passed by the Councils of Philadelphia, December 16, 1886. 1887. 36 pp. [793-17]

BUREAU FOR COLORED CHILDREN. No date. Unpaged. [569-7]

BURLINGTON COUNTY INDUSTRIAL REVIEW. Mount Holly Herald May 11, 1961. 40 pp. [492-27]

BUSES. Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority. Transit Division. No date. One page. [702-15]

BUSINESS AND EDUCATION GET INVOLVED. Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. Management Involvement Committee. Year-end-report. 1974. 20 pp. [598-3]

BUSINESS AND THE QUALITY OF URBAN LIFE. University of Pennsylvania. Institute of Public Policy Analysis. 1973. Variously paged. [591-16]

BUSINESS LOOKS AHEAD to fair employment practice. State Council for a Pennsylvania FEPC. No date 8 pp. [557-4]

BUSINESS REVIEW. Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. [598-1]
May 1967
September 1974

BUSING POLICY FOR THE PHILADELPHIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 1965. 3 pp. [581-12]

BUYERS OF INTERRACIAL HOUSING; A study of the market for Concord Park Homes, by Eunice and George Grier. University of Pennsylvania, Institute for Urban Studies. 1967. 65 pp. [334-26]

BY-LAWS AS AMENDED APRIL 15, 1968 AND ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION AS AMENDED JUNE 8, 1966. Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. 1966. 24 pp. [515-14]

BY-LAWS OF THE INDIGENT WIDOW'S AND SINGLE WOMEN'S SOCIETY OF PHILADELPHIA and rules for the regulation of the Board of Managers and for the government of the home. 1932. 15 pp. [540-9]

BY-LAWS OF THE NORTH CITY CONGRESS. ca. 1963. Variously paged. [514-6]

BY-LAWS. Water Resources Association of the Delaware River Basin. 1960. 10 pp. [515-18]

CIO PROGRAM FOR HOUSING EMERGENCY. 2 pp. [204-10] Contents: Undated; 1945?

C.I.O. RE-EMPLOYMENT PLAN by Philip Murray. 1945. 29 pp. [683-24]

CIO RENT TESTIMONY, PART II BEFORE THE HOUSE BANKING AND CURRENCY COMMITTEE. 1949. 65 pp. [227-1]

CIO RESOLUTIONS ON CIVIL RIGHTS. Congress of Industrial Organizations. 1949. 7 pp. [557-39]

THE CIO. What it is and what it does. Congress of Industrial Organizations. No date. Variously paged. [684-6]

THE C.R.P. APPROACH TO RESIDENTIAL RENEWAL, AS VIEWED BY AN ADVOCATE OF CLEARANCE, by Paul L. Niebanck. 1965. 29 pp. [401-15]

CRP. Philadelphia Community Renewal Program Bulletin. [724-12]
Dec. 1962 Jan. 1964
July 1963 March 1964
Nov. 1963 May 1964
Dec. 1963 June 1964

THE CSP STORY. Community Services of Pennsylvania. 1968. Unpaged. [559-18]

CALENDAR. Tuesday, May 11, 1920. Pennsylvania. Commission on Constitutional Amendment and Revision. 1924. 124 pp. [675-6]

CALLOWHILL INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT. Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation. No date. No paging. [555-14]

CAMAC & SUSQUEHANNA. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 1969. 19 pp. [653-21]

Camden County (New Jersey) Planning Board. Procedure and Regulations, County and Local Authority, Subdividion of Land. 1955. 23 pp. [45-2]

CAMDEN RAPID TRANSIT: ROUTE ALTERNATIVE STUDY FOR THE GREATER CAMDEN MOVEMENT. Coverdale and Colpitts, Consulting Engineers, New York. 1962. 14 pp. and appendices. [103-34]

CAMDEN RAPID TRANSIT: ROUTE ALTERNATIVE STUDY FOR THE GREATER CAMDEN MOVEMENT. Coverdale and Colpitts, Consulting Engineers, New York. 1962. Variously paged. [497-9]

CAMP DIRECTORY. Prepared by Health and Welfare Council, Inc. and American Camping Association (Eastern Pennsylvania Section). [557-29]
1951 supplement [557-29]
1956 [659-29]
1958 [658-30]
1959 [557-29]
1960 [557-29] [658-21]
1961 [658-21] 1962 [658-21] 1966 and supplement [557-29]
1970 [557-29]

CAMP INDIANDALE a Red Feather service of your Community Chest operated by the Germantown Boys' Club. No date. No paging. [557-34]

CAMP WILLOWEMOC for boys and girls of all races and faiths ages 5-15. Sixth season 1949. No paging. [557-33]

CAMPAIGN ANALYSIS--1960. Delaware Valley United Fund. 1960. 64 pp. [495-19]

CAN PHILADELPHIA AFFORD TO REBUILD ITSELF?, by Dorothy S. Montgomery. Paper presented at Community Leadership Semonar - Fels Institute of Local and State Government, University of Pennsylvania. 1961. 9 pp. [52-4] [527-7]

CAN PHILADELPHIA AFFORD TO REBUILD ITSELF? by Edmund N. Bacon. 1961. 5/13 pp. [473-3] [538-9]

CAN PITTSBURGH'S HOUSING COMPETE?, by Max Nurnberg; in Allegheny Conference Digest , April, 1946. 10 pp. [238-7] Contents: War-time study showing importance of housing in planning for industrial expansion. Tables.

CAN THE LIBERALS RALLY? Joseph S. Clark. 1953. 5 pp. [456-8]

CAN WE AFFORD GOOD HOUSING? by John Ihlder. 1936. 14 pp. [264-31]

CANAL STREET REDEVELOPMENT AREA PLAN. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 1970. No paging. [655-6]

CAPITAL BUDGET. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. With departmental requests for capital improvements, 1963-1967 and State Planning Board Recommendations for 1961-1963. Pennsylvania General Assembly. 1961. 135 pp. [769-9]

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM CITY OF CHESTER, PA. 1963-1968. Recommended to Chester City Council by the Chester City Planning Commission. 1962. 9 pp. [755-10]

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAMMING, by Paul A. Pfretzschner, Planning Consultant, Bureau of Community Development, Pennsylvania Dept. of Commerce. 1961. 51 pp. [52-6]

THE CAPITAL NEEDS OF A MEDICAL SCHOOL AND SPECIAL SHORT-TERM HOSPITALS IN THE PHILADELPHIA -- SOUTH JERSEY METROPOLITAN AREA, 1967 to 1976. 1967. 11 pp. [331-7]

CAPITAL PROGRAM 1980-1985. City of Philadelphia and School District of Philadelphia. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 1979. 280 pp. [749-2]

CAPITAL PROGRAM, CITY OF PHILADELPHIA. [271-3] Philadelphia. City Planning Commission.
1955-60. 13 pp
1953-58. Variously paged.
1954-59. Variously paged.
1966-71. 222 pp.
1967-72. 282 pp.
1968-73. 260 pp. [285-11]
1971-76. 262 pp. [602-16]
1972-77. 232 pp. [620-1]
1981-86. 157 pp. [753-5]
1982-87. 153 pp. [749-1] [764-1]
1983-88. 278 pp. [764-1]

CAPITAL PROGRAM, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA. Pennsylvania State Planning Board. 1965-71. 133 pp. [303-2]

CAPITAL PROGRAM ORDINANCES, 1959--1965. Philadelphia City Council. Variously paged. [278-7]

CAPITAL PROGRAM, SCHOOL DISTRICT OF PHILADELPHIA July 1, 1968 to June 30, 1974. Prepared by thr Superintendent and Staff of the School District. 1968. 103 pp. [525-2] [776-4]

CAPITAL PROGRAM SUPPLEMENT AND ANALYSIS 1966-1971. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1965. 151 pp. [526-12]

CARD HOUSES: CAN THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AFFORD TO ABANDON ITS INDUSTRIAL VILLAGES, by John Ihlder, Philadelphia Housing Association. 1919. 3 pp. [463-20]

CAREER DEVELOPMENT. University City Science Center, Philadelphia. 1967. 78 pp. [499-1] [571-4]

CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS. Title III Operational grant request. Section I of a comprehensive program for innovation. School District of Philadelphia. 1966. 31 pp. [567-4]

CAREERS IN SOCIAL WORK. Annual report. Health and Welfare Council, Inc.
1959-60. 8 pp. [657-22]
1960, 1961. [467-10]

CARING FOR PHILADELPHIA'S NEEDY AGED. Report no. 350. Pennsylvania Economy League. 1968. Variously paged. [516-7]

THE CARL MACKLEY HOUSES: A PWA LIMITED DIVIDEND CORPORATION HOUSING PROJECT. 1935. 11 pp. [451-9]

CARL MACKLEY HOUSES. Juniata Park Housing Corporation and American Federation of Hosiery Workers. 1935. 8 pp. [441-10]

CARL MACKLEY NURSERY SCHOOL. ca. 1945. 6 pp. [363-16]

CARL MACKLEY NURSERY SCHOOL, M and Bristol Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. ca. 1935. 12 pp. [238-2]

CARNIVAL for University Settlement on grounds of University of Pennsylvania and the Philadelphia Museums. May 27 and 28, 1910. 32 pp. [658-1]

THE CARSON COLLEGE FOR ORPHAN GIRLS AT FLOURTOWN NEAR PHILADELPHIA. Albert W. Kelsey, architect. By Arthur Willis Colton. 1921. 25 pp. [804-19]

 

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