General Pamphlet Collection, Part 47: What-Zooming

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 These consist of published and unpublished materials usually received by the SCRC along with donated manuscript collections.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 47: What - Zooming



WHAT ABOUT PHILADELPHIA'S SKID-ROW? Health and Welfare Council, Inc. (Philadelphia District). 1952. 30 pp. [368-25]

WHAT ARE THE PROBLEMS OF PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND WHAT ARE THE ALTERNATIVES: Community Leadership Seminar Program, 1961-1962. University of Pennsylvania, Fels Institute of Local and State Government. 26 pp. [379-18]

WHAT ARE THE TRUE HOUSING CONDITIONS OF PHILADELPHIA AND WHERE ARE WE HEADING? Bernard J. Newman. 1923. 16 pp. [436-16]

WHAT ARE WE DOING. Annual report of Environmental mental health prorgams. Jefferson Community Mental Health Center. 1969. No paging. [554-13]

WHAT BAD HOUSING HAS COST ONE FAMILY AND SOCIETY. Philadelphia Housing Commission. ca. 1911. 2 pp. [441-20]

WHAT BAD HOUSING MEANS TO PITTSBURGH, by F. Elizabeth Crowell. Article. No date. 6 pp. [174-18]

WHAT CAN THE CHURCH DO IN IMPROVING SOCIAL CONDITIONS? Bernard J. Newman. 5 pp. 1923. [423-19]

WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT 'J.D.'? by Virginia P. Held; The Reporter , August, 1959. 7 pp. [378-14]

WHAT GOOD HOUSING MEANS, by John Ihlder. Reprinted from American Journal of Public Health . 1913. 6 pp. [142-27]

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOUR PROPERTY IS TAKEN FOR HIGHWAYS. Pennsylvania Department of Highways. No date. No paging. [553-22]

WHAT IS A COOPERATIVE? By Israel Packel. Reprinted form the Temple University Law Quarterly. 1939. 14 pp. [683-5]

WHAT IS APPRAISING? A guide to residents of Eastwick. Citizens' Council on City Planning, Philadelphia. ca. 1954. 10 pp. [435-1]

WHAT IS IT? Public Charities Association of Pennsylvania. 1930. 7 pp. [374-7]

WHAT IS PENJERDEL? Pennsylvania - New Jersey - Delaware Metropolitan Project, Inc. 1958. 31 pp. [491-4] [118-4]

WHAT IS POWELTON VILLAGE? (With various attachments). Powelton Village Development Associates. Various dates (1959) and pages. [67-17]

WHAT IS SOCIETY HILL. Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority. No date. 12 pp. [274-8]

WHAT IS SPECIAL ABOUT PUBLIC HOUSING IN PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia. Housing Authority. 1960. Leaflet. [471-3]

WHAT IS THE BUREAU OF MUNICIPAL RESEARCH? Bureau of Municipal Research of Philadelphia. ca. 1945. 2 pp. [444-2]

WHAT IS THE COMMUNITY ALTERING SERVICE? Housing Association of Delaware Valley. No date. 3 pp. [460-9]

WHAT IS THE PHILADELPHIA AREA CENSUS COMMITTEE? Philadelphia Area Census Committee. 1950. 3 pp. [520-7]

WHAT IS THE REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY? Redevelopment Authority of the City of Philadelphia. 1958. 6 pp. and appendices. [68-9]

WHAT IS THE REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY? May 1964. 2 pp. [323-22]

WHAT IS URBAN RENEWAL?, by Martin Millspaugh. Reprinted from the Baltimore Evening Sun . National Association of Home Builders. 27 pp. [74-18] [519-3]

WHAT IS ZONING?, by J.A. MacCallum. Philadelphia Housing Association. No date (ca. 1930). 2 pp. [127-17]

WHAT IT TAKES TO BUILD A CITY OF HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES. PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA. Prepared by the City Planning Commission. 1967. Variously paged. [494-13]

WHAT KIND OF A CITY DO YOU WANT? A proposed new zoning ordinance for Greensboro, Maryland. Department of Planning, Greensboro, Maryland. 1952. 20 pp. [127-34]

WHAT MAKES DELAWARE OF INTEREST TO INDUSTRIES AND INDIVIDUALS? Pamphlet by the Equitable Trust Company, Wilmington, Delaware. No date. [121-2]

WHAT MAKES JOHNNY BAD? by the Cooperating Council of Agencies Serving Negro Youth. 1942. 13 pp. [375-2]

WHAT OTHER NATIONS HAVE DONE TO HELP THEIR DISABLED SOLDIERS AND SAILORS. Corn Exchange National Bank. ca. 1920. 47 pp. [374-13]

WHAT PHILADELPHIA DOES AND NEEDS FOR THE PEOPLE'S HEALTH; Dummary of statement of health survey by Haven Emerson. 1929. 2 pp. [388-8] RATIO OF HOSPITAL BEDS PER POPULATION OF PHILADELPHIA, by Haven Emerson. 1929. 1 pp.

WHAT PHILADELPHIA MUST DO TO MEET THE CHALLENGE by George Schermer. 1963. 11 pp. [538-9]

WHAT PHILADELPHIA'S NEW SCHOOL BOARD TASK FORCES PROPOSE, a summary, by the Greater Philadelphia Movement. 1965. 4 pp. [301-10] [502-9]

WHAT PRICE BOSS RULE, by Thomas Evans. 1945. 98 pp. [450-2] [44-3] Contents: "How to secure better government at lower cost for Philadelphia."

WHAT PUBLIC HOUSING MEANS TO THE UNITED STATES. John Ihlder, National Capital Housing Authority. 1951. 6 pp. [428-19]

WHAT SHALL PHILADELPHIA DO FOR ITS PAUPERS? by Dr. Isaac Ray. Social Science Association of Philadelphia Papers of 1873. 23 pp. [656-9]

WHAT SHALL WE DO ABOUT THE HOUSING CRISIS? Philadelphia Housing Association. 1920. 11 pp. [143-10]

WHAT THE BALTIMORE PLAN IS-AND IS NOT, by Huntington Williams and Wilmer H. Schulze. 1948. 4 pp. [435-26]

WHAT THE BANKER THINKS OF ZONING, by Bernard J. Newman. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1923. 8 pp. [127-14]

WHAT THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT HAS DONE TO CRUB THE EPIDEMIC OF INFLUENZA; in Monthly Bulletin , October-November, 1918, Philadelphia Department of Public Health and Charities. 27 pp. [359-13]

WHAT THE PHILADELPHIA HOUSING AUTHORITY IS DOING. Philadelphia Housing Authority. 1939-1940. Variously paged. [437-11] [544-13] Contents: Newsletter, data and reports on projects.

WHAT THE PLANNED PARENTHOOD PEOPLE ARE UP TO by Glenn White. 1965. (6) pp. [661-13]

WHAT THE REST OF THE COUNTRY CAN LEARN FROM PHILADELPHIA, by Bernard J. Newman. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1929. 11 pp. [180-15]

WHAT TO DO 4: A counselling program for minority group job seekers, by the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations. Ca. 1958. Multi-material kit. [335-2]

WHAT TO DO: A PROGRAM FOR LEADERS IN CHANGING NEIGHBORHOODS, by the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations. 130 pp. No date. [214-29] Contents: Kit contains practical suggestions and informative pamphlets.

WHAT TO DO ABOUT THE MEN ON SKID ROW. Report of the Greater Philadelphia Movement to the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Philadelphia. January 1961. 16 pp. [90-16]

WHAT TO DO BEFORE SKID ROW IS DEMOLISHED. Greater Philadelphia Movement. 1958. 20 pp. [89-5] [510-1]

WHAT TO DO 4 A COUNSELLING PROGRAM FOR MINORITY GROUP JOB SEEKERS. Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations. A collection of miscellaneous pamphlets in a folder. [564-6]

WHAT TO DO, No. 3; a program for citizens' facing housing restrictions, by the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations. Several pamphlets. ca. 1958. [292-7]

WHAT WENT WRONG WITH THE SCHUYKILL EXPRESSWAY. Greater Philadelphia Magazine . August 1961. 5 pp. [104-1]

WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO THE REST OF THE AREA? A new park is coming to the Tocks Island Region. Report 2. Prepared for the Tocks Island Regional Advisory Council by Candeub, Fleissig and Associates. 1968. No paging. [605-5]

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE STATE COUNCIL FOR A PENNSYLVANIA FEPC. No date. 3 pp. [557-39]

WHAT YOU, YOUR FAMILY AND YOUR NEIGHBORS IN THE NORTHEAST ASKED FOR. Neighborhood Center, Northeast. no date. no paging. [558-20]

WHAT'S BEHIND THE STADIUM HASSLE, by Charles Mac Namara; in Greater Philadelphia Magazine , July, 1964. 11 pp. [398-31]

WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT? Pittsburgh Housing Association. 1949. 27 pp. [406-4]

WHAT'S THE RIGHT JOB FOR YOU? Pennsylvania State Employment Service. 1948. 8 pp. [658-39]

WHAT'S WRONG WITH PENNSYLVANIA'S PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PROGRAM?, by the Pennsylvania Citizens Association for Health and Welfare. 1955. 9 pp. [379-8]

WHEN MOTHER'S AWAY. A GUIDE TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN'S DAY CARE UNITS IN WARTIME. National Association of Day Nurseries, Inc. (1942). 40 pp. [576-24]

WHEN YOUR LAND IS NEEDED FOR HIGHWAY USE ... Pennsylvania Department of Highways. No date. Variously paged. [531-1]

WHERE CAN I GET HELP ON HEALTH PROBLEMS, by American Red Cross, Southeastern Pennsylvania Chapter. 1941. 34 pp. [361-8]

WHERE DO PHILADELPHIA'S DELINQUENT CHILDREN LIVE? by John Otto Reinmann; in the 32nd annual report of the Municipal Court of Philadelphia, 1945. 12 pp. [377-25]

WHERE DO YOU GO FROM HERE? By Baltimore Redevelopment Commission. No date. (1952?). 15 pp. [64-20]

WHERE DO YOU STAND? Philadelphia School District. 1945. 59 pp. [450-12] Contents: Debate on twelve educational issues.

WHERE NEGROES LIVE IN PHILADELPHIA, by A.L.Manly; in Opportunity , May, 1923. 6 pp. [386-32]

WHERE SHALL WE LIVE, by Gilbert Love; from "The Pittsburgh Press". 1937. 7 pp. [213-26]

WHERE TO BEGIN. A recommendation for a program of basic and interrelated services to the mentally retarded of Philadelphia. Philadelphia Commission on the Mentally Retarded et al. 1957. 41 pp. [763-11]

WHERE TO GO AND WHAT TO DO IN RECREATION, SUMMER 1948. Health and Welfare Council. 25 pp. [388-9] SUMEMR RECREATION FACILITIES: WEST PARKSIDE AREA, 1950. Health and Welfare Council. 6 pp.

WHERE TO TURN. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. Northeast area, Philadelphia District. 1960. 20 pp. [517-1]

WHERE TO TURN. A brief list of health, Welfare and Recreational services in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. 1964. 17 pp. [492-7]

WHERE TO TURN. A brief list of health, welfare and recreational services in Delaware County, Pa. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. Delaware County District. 1966. 18 pp. [649-2]

WHERE TO TURN. Philadelphia, Delaware and Montgomery Counties. Community Information and Referral Service. 1967. 41 pp. [659-21]

WHERE WE STAND. School District of Philadelphia. 1946. 11 pp. [450-17] Contents: Discussion of twelve educational questions.

WHICH? Housing Conference of Pittsburgh. 1915. 8 pp. [171-16] Contents: Statement of aims.

WHICH WAY? a program for child welfare in Pennsylvania, by the Public Charities Association of Pennsylvania. 1930. 50 pp. [363-13]

WHICH WAY? A suggested program open for discussion subject to change. Public Charities Association of Pennsylvania. Child Welfare Division. 1930. 50 pp. [546-7]

WHITE ELEPHANTS IN SOCIETY HILL? Article from Greater Philadelphia Magazine . Decemebr 1962. 4 pp. [107-9]

WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON AGING. 1961 Pennsylvania. Governor's White House Conference Committee on Aging. [692-14]
Document 1. Proceedings.
Document 2. Directory of State Organizations.
Document 3. Preliminary Factual Data.
Document 4. Miscellaneous.
Document 5. Recommendations ...

WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON AGING, 1961. Philadelphia County Committee. 49 pp. 1960. [463-12] Contents: Committee's report.

WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON CHILDREN AND YOUTH, 1960. 65 pp. 1959. [461-5] Contents: Position statements from Philadelphia Coordinator to Governor's Coordinating Committee.

"WHITE PAPER" ON URBAN RENEWAL IN PHILADELPHIA. Citzens' Council on City Planning. 1965. 15 pp. [317-17]

THE WHITE-WILLIAMS FOUNDATION. Philadelphia. ca. 1934. 7 pp. [364-7]

WHITEMARSH VILLAGE, Springfield Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Undated. Leaflet. 4 pp. [325-13]

WHITEWASH BOARD OF EDUCATION STYLE. Alebrt C. Barnes. 4 pp. 1945. [440-11] Contents: Criticism of Philadelphia Board of Education.

WHITHER, HOUSING OF THE POOR?, by Walter Kruesi. 1936. 11 pp. [145-14] Contents: Address to Octavia Hill Association and Philadelphia Model Company on housing without subsidy and the importance of good management.

"WHITHER PHILADELPHIA?" Institute for Post War Planning, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1944. 8 pp. [23-3]

WHITMAN CONSERVATION AREA SURVEY (VOLUME I). Philadelphia. Department of Licenses and Inspections. 1963. 63 pp. [237-27] Contents: Includes maps, charts and tables.

THE WHITMAN PUBLIC HOUSING BACKGROUND PAPER. Staff of Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1978. Variously paged. [706-9]

WHITMAN TOWNSHIP PLANNING REPORT. Whitpain Planning Commission. 1954. 25 pp. [44-3]

WHITMAN URBAN RENEWAL AREA. Fact sheet. Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority. 1965. 27 pp. [443-1] Contents: Includes maps.

WHO? AND WHERE? A survey on recreation in Germantown. Jerome H. Jacobs. Special report series No. 10. 1961. 62 pp. [558-19]

WHO ARE YMCA PEOPLE? 1951. 8 pp. [363-15]

WHO DOES THE SOCIAL WORK JOB IN THE GREATER PHILADELPHIA AREA? Jerome H. Jacobs. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. in Cooperation with careers in Social Work Committee. 1960. 27 pp. plus appendix. [657-19]

WHO NEEDS HELP? by Earl Selby; from The Evening Bulletin . 1950. 1 p. [388-9]

WHO RUNS PHILADELPHIA? By Peter H. Binzen. 1980. Var. paged. [486-1]

"WHO SAID THERE'S SOMETHING WRONG WITH DROPOUTS?" By F. Bruce Baldwin, President Abbotts Dairies Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. No date. No paging. [551-4]

WHO SAYS WE CAN'T AFFORD IT? Americans for Democratic Action. No date. 15 pp. [673-18]

WHOLESALE FOOD DISTRIBUTION FACILITIES FOR PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA. Marketing Research Report Number 201. United States Agricultural Marketing Service. 1958. 59 pp. [500-5] [468-8]

WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET FACILITIES FOR PHILADELPHIA. United States Department of Agriculture and Pennsylvania State College. 1951. 25 pp. [468-7]

WHO IS TO PAY FOR THE HOSPITAL CARE OF THE POOR? Prepared by William H. Wilcox, Executive Director Greater Philadelphia Movement. A draft. 1959. 12 pp. [554-8]

WHY A FIRM SHOULD LOCATE IN SOUTHEAST PENNSYLVANIA. Philadelphia Electric Company Area Development Department. 1973. 11 pp. [586-6]

WHY A NEW CHARTER FOR PHILADELPHIA? City Charter Committee. 1938. 6 pp. [444-4]

WHY CHANGE? A report to the Philadelphia Board of Education from Dr. C. Taylor Whittier, Superintendent of Schools. 1966. 8 pp. [559-18]

WHY ELIGIBLE FAMILIES LEAVE PUBLIC HOUSING. Baltimore Urban Renewal and Housing Agency. Research and Analysis Division. 1957. 18 pp. [760-8]

WHY HELP PENJERDEL? Includes Penjerdel's 1962 Annual Report. Variously paged. [494-5]

WHY SOCIAL SERVICE AGENCIES SHOULD CO-OPERATE TO ABATE INSANITARY HOUSING CONDITIONS. Philadelphia Housing Association. 6 pp. 1925, 1927. [421-5]

WHY WE NEED STATE PARKS: A STATE PARK PROGRAM FOR PENNSYLVANIA. Pennsylvania Parks Association. No date. Unpaged. [106-15]

WHY YOU CAN'T GET THAT NEW HOME, by Nathan Straus; in American Magazine, December 1947. 4 pp. [207-14]

WHY ZONE EAST BRADFORD? (Pennsylvania), by Jean Bullitt Darlington. 1950. 2 pp. [128-4]

WHY ZONE OUR TOWN?, by John Ihlder. Chamber of Commerce of the United States. No date. 3 pp. [125-19]

THE WICOMICO - SALISBURY COMMUNITY. A social and economic survey of the Wicomico area, Maryland. Government Consulting Service Fels Institute of Local and State Government. University of Pennsylvania. 1957. var. paged. [752-3]

THE WIKATHOOS. Settlement Music School of Philadelphia. [658-13] Vol. II. No. 4 May 1924. 12 pp.

WILL THIS INTEREST YOU? Philadelphia Housing Association. Informational pamphlets. N.D. [407-5]

WILL WE SURVIVE? WHAT IS YOUR ANSWER? United War Chest. 1943. No pages. [563-2]

WILL YOU SHARE OUR CONCERN, by the Woman's Christian Alliance, Philadlephia. Ca. 1955. 16 pp. [333-28]

WILLIAM H. HARMAN CORPORATION, Wilmington, Delaware; newcomer to housing field produces a packaged, all metal-unit; from Architectural Forum , January, 1947. 5 pp. [337-27]

WILLIAM PENN PARTY PRIMARY ELECTION. Ballot. 1910. 1 pp. [402-3]

THE WILLIAMSON FREE SCHOOL OF MECHANICAL TRADES. No date. (3 pp.). [657-51]

WILLS EYE HOSPITAL. No date. No paging. [553-7]

WILSON PARK, A GUIDE TO YOUR COMMUNITY, by Point Breeze Community Council, South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. ca. 1954. 24 pp. [401-2]

WISSAHICKON HILLS; Philadelphia. Undated. Promotional pamphlet. 11 pp. [325-2]

WISSAHICKON WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT GUIDE. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 1976. 32 pp. [654-11] Included is "Wissahickon watershed Environmental Controls Ordinance" 4 pp. and "Wissahickon Watershed Development Regulations" 11 pp.

WISSAHICKON WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS. no date. 11 pp. [654-12]

WITH CONTINUED SUPPORT. National Current agenda 1966-1968. League of Women Voters of the United States. 1966. 34 pp. [650-2]

WITH THE SKILL MILL GIRLS, by Florence L. Sanville and Fanny T. Cochran for the Consumers; League of Pennsylvania. 1908. 20 pp. [400-5]

WOMEN WITHOUT WORK. Joint Committee on Research of the Community Council of Philadelphia and the Pennsylvania School of Social Work. 1934. 47 pp. [576-22]

WOMEN'S RESOURCE GUIDE. Philadelphia and vicinity. Prepared by Women's Switchboard. 1979. 42 pp. [660-1]

WON'T YOU LEND A HELPING HAND, by the Council on Volunteers, Health and Welfare Council. Undated. 10 pp. [333-1] PEOPLE WHO LOVE PEOPLE PRESENT HIGHLIGHTS OF THREE YEARS' WORK. 1963-66. Health and Welfare Council. 8 pp. PUBLICATIONS OF THE HEALTH AND WELFARE COUNCIL, INC. 1956-1963. 55 pp.

WON'T YOU LEND A HELPING HAND -- by using your spare time to help others? Council on Volunteers. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. No date. No paging. [562-5]

WOODEN CITIES: THE NATIONAL ARMY CANTONMENTS; an illustration of the value of thinking before acting, by John Ihlder. 6 pp. 1918. [416-10]

A WORD TO THE PEOPLE OF PHILADELPHIA ABOUT FLIES AND THEIR PREVENTION, by the Philadelphia Department of Public Health and Charities. 1914. 4 pp. [348-12] A WORD TO THE PEOPLE OF PHILADELPHIA ABOUT MOSQUITOES AND THEIR PREVENTION, by the Philadelphia Department of Public Health and Charities. 1914. 4 pp.

A WORD WITH TENANTS ABOUT CLEAN STREETS. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1912. 4 pp. [351-24] Contents: Texts in English and Yiddish

WORK ENVIRONMENT AS A FACTOR IN THE GENERAL HEALTH OF WORKERS, by Bernard J. Newman. 1931. 9 pp. and summary. [353-32]

WORK INJURIES COMPENSABLE IN PENNSYLVANIA by Alice Warne. 1951. 50 pp. [775-2]

THE WORK OF A CONSITUTIONAL CONVENTIONAL by A. Sidney Biddle. Social Science Association of Philadelphia papers of 1873. 37 pp. [656-34]

THE WORK OF A HOUSING COMMITTEE, by John Ihlder. National Housing Association. 1912. 4 pp. [143-12]

WORK OF CHILDREN ON TRUCK AND SMALL FRUIT FARMS IN SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY, by the United States Department of Labor. 1924. 58 pp. [364-23]

WORK OF THE PHILADELPHIA HOUSING ASSOCIATION. Pictorial representation. Article in Welfare . No date. 2 pp. [144-39]

THE WORK OF THE WHITTIER CENTER. 1893-1927, by Harry A Moul. 15 pp. [386-21]

WORKABLE PROGRAM FOR THE CITY OF CHESTER DELAWARE COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA. Chester City Council. Chester Redevelopment Authority. Chester. City Planning Commission. 1958. 16 pp. [755-14]

WORKABLE PROGRAM FOR URBAN RENEWAL: THE PROGRAM IN PRACTICE. Philadelphia Development Coordinator. [65-20] [500-12] [499-4]
1956 - 30 pp.
1957 - 36 pp.
1958 - 30 pp.
1959 - 22 pp.

WORKABLE PROGRAM OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA FOR HOUSING AND RENEWAL. Report and Recommendations Committee on Minority Housing. Third draft. Council for Equal Housing Opportunities. 1964. 11 pp. [516-15]

WORKABLE PROGRAM SUBMISSION. CODES AND CODE ENFORCEMENT. Philadelphia. (1972). Variously paged. [699-2]

WORKERS HOUSING: PLYMOUTH TOWNSHIP; office memorandum. Montgomery County Planning Commission. 1951. 2 pp. [336-29]

WORKING PAPERS FOR COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC HOUSING POLICY OF PHILADELPHIA HOUSING ASSOCIATION AND CITIZENS' COUNCIL ON CITY PLANNING. Prepared by Howard W. Hallman. 1957. 89 pp. [429-7]

WORKING PAPERS--HOUSING CODE DRAFTING COMMITTEE. Philadelpha Housing Association. 1952. 85 pp. [236-17]

WORKING PAPERS IN CHURCH PLANNING - COLUMBIA, MARYLAND. Prepared for the National Council of Churches of Christ in the U.S.A. by Stanley J. Hallett. No date (ca. 1964). 30 pp. [124-6]

WORKING PHILOSPHIES OF THE SCHUYLKILL VALLEY NATURE CENTER. 1968. 37 pp. [571-5]

WORKING SUMMARY OF PROPOSED NEW HOUSING AND URBAN RENEWAL POLICY. Office of the Housing Coordinator, Philadelphia. 1956. 3 pp. [75-7]

WORKING WITH TEEN-AGE GANGS; the story of the Crime Prevention Association as told by the Philadelphia newspapers. 1961. 4 pp. [330-18] BEHIND THE HEADLINES, by the Crime Prevention Association of Philadelphia Association. Undated pamphlet.

WORKMAN PLACE. Philadelphia Historical Commission. 1961. 20 pp. [401-17]

WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT. Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry. 1938. 36 pp. [280-12]

WORLD TRADE CENTER: A FEASIBILITY STUDY. Delaware River Port Authority. 1969. 73 pp. [465-9]

WORLD TRADE SURVEY OF PHILADELPHIA AREA MANUFACTURES. Philadelphia Committee for a National Trade Policy. 1954. 32 pp. [621-8]

WORLD WAR ACTIVITIES IN THE PHILADELPHIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS, by Martin Rugg. n.d. ca. 50 pp. [457-5] Contents: Outline and text of World War I study.

THE WRITING OF THE WILL OF STEPHEN GIRARD by Morris Duane. 1948. 10 pp. [547-8]

WYNNEFIELD HEIGHTS: A STUDY OF CONSUMER HOME BUYING MOTIVATIONS, by Leonard R. Steinsapir. 1960. 43 pp. [346-8]

Y.W.C.A. OF PHILADLEPHIA HANDBOOK OF VOLUNTEERS. 1953. 13 pp. [329-36]

Y.W.C.A. SCHOOL. 1800 Arch Street, Philadelphia. October-February 1923-1924. 9 pp. [657-37]

THE YWCA'S ONE IMPERATIVE: ELIMINATE RACISM by Dorothy I. Height. 1971. 32 pp. [643-4]

YEADON SCHOOL SURVEY STAFF REPORT ON GENERAL COMMUNITY CHARACTERISTICS to Educational Service Bureau Unievrsity of Pennsylvania. Prepared by Government Consulting Service Fels Institute of State and Local Government. 1959. 15 pp. [532-2]

YEAR 2000 TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE. Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission. 1976. 8 pp. [607-2]

YEAR 2000 TRANSPORTATION FUNCTIONAL PLANNING METHODOLOGY. Preliminary draft. Technical paper No. 4. Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission. 1977. 28 pp. [607-3]

YORK, PENNSYLVANIA: A STUDY OF THE HOUSING MARKET FOR REDEVELOPMENT AREA NO. 1. Metropolitan Research, Baltimore, Maryland. 1952. 50 pp. [344-4]

YORKSHIP AND HARRIMAN VILLAGES. Bernard J. Newman. 4 pp. 1921. [422-13]

YOU AND CIVIL RIGHTS IN PENNSYLVANIA, by the Pennsyvania Fair Employment Practices Commission. Ca. 1950. Pamphlet. [334-18]

YOU AND YOUR CITY. A citizen's guide to Philadelphia government. League of Women Voters of Philadelphia. 1966. 23 pp. [651-7] [541-5]

YOU AND YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD: HOW TO MAKE YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD A BETTER PLACE TO RAISE YOUR FAMILY. Bureau of Community Development, Pennsylvania Department of Commerce. 1956. 15 pp. [77-19]

YOU ARE NOW ENTERING BRAINSVILLE, by Charles H. McNamara. Article from Greater Philadelphia Magazine . July 1962. 8 pp. [107-7]

YOU ARE THE LIFE OF THE PARTY. The Committee of Seventy, Philadelphia. No date. 89 pp. [651-4] [651-1]

YOU CAN HAVE A FAIR CHANCE IN PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations. No date, 5 page leaflet. [659-28]

YOU CAN'T BUILD A HOUSE BY YOURSELF... Promotional flyer for the Philadelphia Housing Association. 1949. 4 sides. [407-15]

YOU OUGHT TO CARE ... YOU LIVE HERE! Baltimore Citizens Planning and Housing Association. 1946. [63-2]

YOU PAY THE TAXES. YOU CALL THE TUNE. League of Women Voetrs of the United States. 1949. 31 pp. [651-8]

YOU ... YOUR FAMILY ... AND THE NAACP. National association for the Advancement of Colored People. 1952. Unpaged. [569-19]

YOUR BUSINESS, YOUR CITY, GOVERNMENT, AND THE BUREAU OF MUNICIPAL RESEARCH. Bureau of Municipal Research. 1950. 15 pp. [509-3]

YOUR CHANCES FOR A JOB IN PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia Human Relations Commission. Undated pamphlet. [275-1]

YOUR CHILD IN SCHOOL AND AT WORK . Quarterly Journal of the Public Education and Child Labor Association of Pennsylvania. November, 1936. 23 pp. February, 1937. 19 pp. June, 1937. 27 pp. February, 1939. 23 pp. [365-12]

YOUR COMMUNITY SCHOOLS. Prepared by Philadelphia Council for Community Advancement. No date. Variously paged. [507-2]

YOUR COMPANY SUBSCRIBED TO AN ADVERTISEMENT STATING THAT "NOWHERE ELSE ARE ... CONDITIONS SO IDEAL" AS IN PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1918. 6 pp. [407-21] Contents: Open letter to businessmen about housing conditions for workers.

YOUR GUIDE TO THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia. City Council. 1953. Variously paged. [541-9]

YOUR HOME IN A CHANGING NEIGHBORHOOD. Philadelphia. Commission on Human Relations. No date. 20 pp. [698-9]

YOUR "HOME TOWN" MAY LOOK LIKE THIS TOMORROW. Reprint from Philadelphia . 1947. 2 pp. [61-41] Contents: Picture and explaination of Better Philadelphia Exhibition.

Your house and your health. Philadelphia Housing Association. Undated. 4 pp. [242-22]

YOUR JOB IN THE UNITED STATES. International Institute of Philadelphia. 1962. 16 pp. [557-7]

YOUR NEW NEIGHBORHOD. East Poplar Information Booklet. Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority. 1960. 15 pp. [69-5]

YOUR NEXT MOVE. Philadelphia. Commission on Human Relations. n.d. 20 pp. [766-13] [395-7]

YOUR PHILADELPHIA HOUSING AUTHORITY HANDBOOK. Philadelphia Housing Authority. ca. 1952. [438-4] Contents: Employees manual.

YOUR RIGHTS AND DUTIES UNDER THE HEALTH LAWS IN PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. 1929. [357-11]

YOUR VOICE MAY SAVE PHILADELPHIA'S HISTORIC FACE. Committee to Preserve Philadelphia's Historic Gateway. No date. Unpaged. [559-8]

YOUTH SHARES IN PLANNING A BETTER PHILADELPHIA. Citizens Council on City Planning, Philadelphia and the Philadelphia Public Schools. 1947. Pamphlet. [115-12]

YOUTH'S POINT OF VIEW ON CAUSES OF JUVENILE DELINQUENCY AND THEIR PLAN OF PREVENTION AS REVEALED TO C.H. ENGLISH IN CONFERENCES WITH HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. 1944. [363-21] YOUTH'S RESEARCH PLAN FOR PHILADELPHIA. 1944. 3 pp.

ZONING. A Supplement to "Planning and Zoning Powers and Procedures". State Planning Board, Pennsylvania Department of Commerce. 1952. 34 pp. Revised edition 1954, 38 pp. Revised edition 1956, issued as "Planning Powers and Procedure for Pennsylvania Communities". 38 pp. [130-5]

ZONING. Citizens' Council on City Planning, Philadelphia. 1956. 4 pp. [128-6]

ZONING ADMINISTRATION IN PHILADELPHIA. Prepared for Zoning Advisory Commission of the City of Philadelphia. Bureau of Municipal Research. 1957. var. paged. [477-3]

ZONING AND PLANNING. An ordinance to amend chapters 14-100 through 14-1400 and chapter 14-1600, of the Philadelphia Code ... Bill No. 134 introduced February 25, 1960. Philadelphia. City Council. 1960. 179 pp. [583-3]

ZONING AND PLANNING (As amended up to March 3, 1959) April 15, 1959. Philadelphia City Council. 125 pp. [298-3]

ZONING AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH, by Dr. Wilmer Krusen. Philadelphia Housing Association. No date. 2 pp. [127-30]

ZONING BENEFIT TO THE LANDLORD AND LANDOWNER, by Thomas Shallcross, Jr. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1929. Unpaged. [127-12]

ZONING COMMISSION PROVISION; from "An Act for the better government of cities of the first class of this Commonwealth"; in Pennsylvania Legislative Journal . June 17, 1919. [278-6]

ZONING DENSITIES IN DELAWARE COUNTY (PENNSYLVANIA). Profile map. Ca. 1962. [133-5]

ZONING EXPERIENCE IN PENNSYLVANIA. Bulletin of the Pennsylvania Association of Planning Commissioners. Pennsylvania Department of Internal Affairs. 1927. 23 pp. [125-27]

ZONING FOR BEGINNERS. The Federation of Community Councils of Philadelphia. 1955. 5 pp. [182-2]

ZONING FOR BETTER LIVING - A CITIZENS' GUIDE TO THE ESSENTIALS OF ZONING. Housing Advisory Committee of Delaware County. 1950. 6 pp. [127-10]

ZONING FOR BETTER LIVING. A Citizens' guide to the essentials of zoning. Housing and Planning Committee of Montgomery County. 1951. variously paged. [518-7] [288-6]

ZONING GUIDE. Pennsylvania Department of Commerce. Undated. 26 pp. [292-13]

ZONING IN DELAWARE COUNTY. A report to the Delaware County. A report to the Delaware County Planning Commission Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Prepared by Government Consulting Service Institute of Local and State Government University of Pennsylvania. 1954. Var. paged. [751-7]

ZONING IN PENNSYLVANIA. Pennsylvania Housing and Town Planning Association. 1929. 1 p. [126-16]

ZONING IN PENNSYLVANIA. Pennsylvania Government Administration Service. 1940. 26 pp. [128-2]

ZONING IN PHILADELPHIA, by Seymour I. Toll. Citizens' Council on City Planning. 1950. 65 pp. and bibliography. [128-5]

ZONING IN PHILADELPHIA, A POTENTIAL UNREALIZED; proceedings of zoning seminars conducted by the Zoning Committee, Citizens' Council on City Planning. 1964. 25 pp. [295-14] Contents: Includes articles by Seymour I. Toll, Michael L. Strong, Alan G. Levy, Yale rabin and Harold Taubin.

ZONING IN PHILADELPHIA: PURPOSE, POWER AND PLANNING, by Michael L. Strong. 1965. 11 pp. and notes. [128-13]

ZONING. Passaic County Planning Board, New Jersey. 1950. 32 pp. and map. [127-20]

ZONING - ITS IMPORTANCE TO YOU, by John J. Herd. In The Realtor. Philadelphia Board of Realtors. Reprinted from The Evening Bulletin . August 1959. 4 pp. [128-9]

ZONING LEGISLATION UNDER THE HOME RULE CHARTER FROM 1952 TO 1955, by Charles M. Finley and Irvin Stander. Philadelphia City Council. 1955. 13 pp. [132-8]

ZONING MAPS OF PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia Zoning Commission. Includes Use District Maps, Area District Maps Height District Maps, and Area. Index maps. No date. (ca. 1919?). [136-1]

ZONING OF INDUSTRIAL LAND IN PORT AREAS. Mercer County (N.J.) Industrial Commission. 1963. 20 pp. [621-6]

ZONING ORDINANCE. Altoona, Pennsylvania. City Planning Commission. 1927 - 28 pp. 1942, revised 1949 - 29 pp. [140-45]

ZONING ORDINANCE. Baltimore, Maryland. Article in Baltimore Municipal Journal . 1921. 4 pp. [139-2] ZONING ORDINANCE. Borough of Garwood, Union County, New Jersey. 1922. Unpaged with map. [139-23]

ZONING ORDINANCE. Borough of Pottstown, Pennsylvania. 1945. 14 pp. and maps. [131-22]

ZONING ORDINANCE. Borough of Ridley Park, Pennsylvania. No. 551. 1929. 16 pp. and map. [131-9]

ZONING ORDINANCE. Borough of Sharon Hill, Pennsylvania. 1946. 20 pp. and map. [131-12]

ZONING ORDINANCE. City if Elizabeth, New Jersey. 1922. 46 pp. [140-40]

ZONING ORDINANCE: CITY OF EVANSTON, ILLINOIS. Evanston, Illinois City Council. 1960. 64 pp. [317-8]

ZONING ORDINANCE. City od Summit, New Jersey. 1923. Unpaged. with maps. [140-3]

ZONING ORDINANCE. Hackensack, New Jersey. 1922. 1 p. with map. [140-11]

ZONING ORDINANCE. Maplewood, New Jersey. 1923. 15 pp. and map. [140-14]

ZONING ORDINANCE. Township of Cranford, Union County, New Jersey. 1922. 17 pp. and map. [139-30]

ZONING ORDINANCE. Warminster Township, Pennsylvania. Supervisions. 1967. 146 pp. [448-5]

ZONING ORDINANCE ADOPTED FOR BALTIMORE CITY. Article in Baltimore Municipal Journal . 1923. 6 pp. [138-27]

ZONING ORDINANCE AND BUILDING CODE. Borough of Fort Lee, Bergen County, New Jersey. 1921. 24 pp. [139-7]

ZONING ORDINANCE AND BUILDING CODE OF THE BOROUGH OF ROSELLE PARK, NEW JERSEY. 1922. Unpaged and map. [138-4]

ZONING ORDINANCE AND MAP. Boonton, New Jersey. 1922. 24 pp. and map. [140-36]

ZONING ORDINANCE AND MAP. Borough of Roselle, New Jersey. 1923. 30 pp. and map. [140-35]

ZONING ORDINANCE, MAY 1958. City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Pittsburgh City Council. 147 pp. Appendix and amendments. [314-3]

ZONING ORDINANCE, 1938. Upper Providence Township, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. 1938. 13 pp. and map. [131-6] ZONING ORDINANCE NO. 1A. Marple Township, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. 1944. 15 pp. plus map. [131-3]

ZONING ORDINANCE NO. 26. Whitemarsh Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. 1950. 1 p. [131-20]

ZONING ORDINANCE NO. 523. Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. 1926. 26 pp. [132-4]

ZONING ORDINANCE OF FRANCONIA TOWNSHIP, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. Ordinance No. 6. 1953. 34 pp. plus map. [132-1]

ZONING ORDINANCE OF 1928. Borough of Swarthmore. 21 pp. [131-15]

ZONING ORDINANCE OF 1938. Newton Township, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. 1939. 16 pp. and map. [131-18]

ZONING ORDINANCE OF 1939. Tredyffrin Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. 1937. 11 pp. plus amendments and map. [131-16]

ZONING ORDINANCE OF SWEDESBORO BOROUGH, GLOUCESTER COUNTY, NEW JERSEY. Enacted by Borough Council September 28, 1954. 23 pp. [537-11]

ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE BOROUGH OF EAST LANDSDOWNE, PENNSYLVANIA. 1930. 4 pp. and map. [131-17]

ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE VILLAGE OF RIDGEWOOD, NEW JERSEY. 1923. 16 pp. and map. [140-44]

ZONING ORDINANCE OF UPPER GWYNEDD TOWNSHIP, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. 1942. 32 pp. and map. [131-21]

ZONING ORDINANCE, PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA. Two pamphlets: Final report on the Zoning Ordinance. 1923. 28 pp. Zoning Ordinance and Zone Maps. 1923. 41 pp. Note: For map, see map collection.

ZONING ORDINANCES AND REGULATIONS FOR VARIOUS CITIES. 1921-1923. [182-17] Contents: Ordinances for: La Crosse, Indiana; South Orange, New Jersey; Jersey City, New Jersey; Santa Barbara, California; Lowell, Massachusetts; Garden City, New York (map); Westfield, New Jersey (and map); and zoning maps of Atlanta, Georgia.

ZONING ORDINANCES. Charts comparing regulations in several cities (New York, Pittsburgh, Memphis, Newark, Washington, Seattle, etc.). No date. 4 charts. [138-12]

ZONING ORDINANCES OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY. Series of individual ordinances of townships and boroughs in Montgomery County. [133-11] 134-1] Note: This series of pamphlets carries over to the entire next box (134).

ZONING ORDINANCES OF PHILADELPHIA AND RELATED DATA, INCLUDING MAPS. 1915 onward. [135-1] Contents: Material amounts to about 35 separate items, including ordinances for Philadelphia and West Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Zoning Ordinance, and various Enabling Acts.

ZONING VARIANCES AND EXCEPTIONS: THE PHILADELPHIA EXPERIENCE. Reprinted from University of Pennsylvania Law Review . January 1955. Prepared by Thomas A. Everly, Jr. 1955. Pages 516-555. [519-12] [132-9]

ZONING VARIANCES IN PHILADELPHIA, 1951-1957. Citizens' Council on City Planning. 1957. 6 pp. [133-1] [454-2]

ZOOMING SUBURBS. Series of articles clipped from the Philadelphia Bulletin . 1959. [46-9]

 

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