General Pamphlet Collection, Part 46: Unlawful-Wharton

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 These consist of published and unpublished materials usually received by the SCRC along with donated manuscript collections.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 46: Unlawful - Wharton



UNLAWFUL CONDITIONS WHICH AN ADEQUATE SANITARY INSPECTION SERVICE WOULD ELIMINATE. Philadelphia Housing Commission. 1913. pamphlet. [348.10]

THE UNSPARED ROD. Committee of Seventy Progress Report. Philadelphia. Undated. 12 pp. [23.22]

UP, DOWN, AND OVER. Philadelphia's children get exciting set of playgrounds. Life. September 13, 1954. 3 pp. [107.4]

UPPER DARBY TOWNSHIP DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH: Rules and regulations governing registration and licensure, master and journeyman plumbers, house drainage, ventilation and cesspools. 1915. 28 pp. [349.1]

URBAN DEVELOPMENT ACTION GRANT CONCEPT PAPER. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 1978. 47 pp. [706.10]

URBAN DEVELOPMENT AND THE SOCIAL SCIENTIST: A DECISION MADE WITHOUT THE BENEFIT OF RESEARCH, by William Rafsky. Speech to Regional Science Association Meetings. Washington, D.C. 1959. 8 pp. [71.6] [529.4]

URBAN DEVELOPMENT AND URBAN TRANSPORTATION. Princeton University Conference, Princeton University. 1957. 62 pp. [102.4]

URBAN FACILITIES AND TRENDS, A Survey of The Development of Certain Urban Facilities and an Analysis of Factors Affecting Future Urban Growth with Especial Reference to the City of Philadelphia. By Thomas S. Keefer, Jr. 1940. 69 pp. [15.3]

AN URBAN HOMESTEAD PROPOSAL. Draft. By the Housing Association of Delaware Valley. 1972. 5 pp. [715.10]

URBAN HOUSING SURVEY, by the Curtis Publishing Company. Philadelphia. 1945. 70 pp. [220.2]

URBAN ISSUES . THE CHALLENGE TO SOCIAL WORK AND WELFARE by Harry Serotkin, Associate Director Health and Welfare Council, Inc. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1965. 12 pp. [562.5]

URBAN LEAGUE GUILDS; a handbook, by the National Urban League. 1955. 8 pp. [329.49]

URBAN LEAGUE MEANS EQUAL OPPORTUNITY. National Urban League. 1967. No pages. [556.26]

THE URBAN LEAGUE OF PHILADELPHIA: its philosphy, method, and role in the community. 1963. n.p. [728.9]

URBAN MANPOWER AND THE MDTA: THE PHILADELPHIA STORY by Leonard Rico. 1964. 56 pp. [501.9]

URBAN MASS TRANSPORTATION. Philadelphia. Department of Public Property. 1973. Variously paged. [602.5]

URBAN NEGRO AND URBAN JEW, by Dennis Clark; from The Crisis, May, 1958. 6 pp. [383.1]

THE URBAN NEGRO IN PENNSYLVANIA. By Estella Scott Johnson for the Pennsylvania State Negro Council. 1949. Unapaged. [569.14]

THE URBAN NEGRO IN PENNSYLVANIA; summary of findings and recommendations of the Pennsylvania State Temporary Commission on the Conditions of the Urban Colored Population. 1945. 6 pp. [328.5]

URBAN OBSERVATORIES. An approach to a nationwide program of urban research. Proceedings of the 1966 Colloquium of the Fels Institute of Local and State Government. 1966. 54 pp. [570. 4]

URBAN OVERCROWDING, by Lewis Mumford. Three articles (series) from the New Yorker. 1950. Reproduced by Philadelphia Housing Association. 24 pp. [15.2]

URBAN PATTERNS OF OPEN SPACE. Green.Montgomery (Ohio). County Open Space Committee. Ca. 1963. 64 pp. [270.9]

URBAN PLANNING AND HUMAN NEEDS. Address delivered by Robert S. Lynd Head of Department of Sociology, Columbia University... at the luncheon of the Citizens' Housing Council of New York... Decemebr 5, 1942. [762.12]

URBAN PLANNING AND PUBLIC OPINION: NATIONAL SURVEY RESEARCH INVESTIGATION, by Melville C. Branch, Jr. The Bureau of Urban Research, Princeton, New Jersey. 1942. 87 pp. [114.26]

URBAN PUBLIC EDUCATION ISSUES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO PHILADELPHIA. Prepared by Fels Institute of Local and State Government. No paging. No date. [551.8]

URBAN PUBLIC EDUCATION ISSUES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO PHILADELPHIA. Background readings and guest speakers' papers. Topic G. community leadership seminar program 1963.1964. Prepared by Fels Institute of Local and State Government. University of Pennsylvania. (1964). Variously paged. [666.5]

URBAN REDEVELOPMENT, by Andrew L. Weil and Amelia Scigliano. In the University of Pittsburgh Law Review. 1947. pp. 73.104. [71.24]

URBAN REDEVELOPMENT: A BIBLIOGRAPHY. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1947. Unpaged. [55.15]

URBAN REDEVELOPMENT..AN OPPORTUNITY FOR CITY REBUILDING, by Edmund N. Bacon. Reprint from Planning. 1949. 7 pp. [63.3]

URBAN REDEVELOPMENT PROVISIONS OF THE GENERAL HOUSING ACT OF 1945, by the Philadelphia Housing Association. 1945. 1 pp. [203.23]

URBAN REDEVELOPMENT STUDIES . AN ANALYSIS OF A METHOD OF FINANCING URBAN REDEVELOPMENT. Detroit City Plan Commission. 1944. 4 pp. [59.21]

URBAN REFERENCE. The Bureau of Urban Research. Princeton University. No date. Unpaged. [114.18]

URBAN RENEWAL. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Housing. United States Congress. 1963. 236 pp. [52.25]

URBAN RENEWAL. Booklet on Urban Renewal Program in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 1962. Unpaged. [52.34]

URBAN RENEWAL (PARTS 2 AND 3). Newark Association of Comemrce and Industry, Newark, New Jersey. September and November 1961. [69.18]

URBAN RENEWAL AND CPHA. Speech by Frances H. Morton, Citizens Planning and Housing Association, Baltmore. 1956. 2 pp. [413.11]

URBAN RENEWAL AND INTERGROUP RELATIONS. Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations. 1959. 27 pp. [385.18]

URBAN RENEWAL AND NON.WHITE FAMILIES IN PHILADELPHIA, by Lewis J. Carter, Jr. Armstrong Association of Philadelphia. 1956. 7 pp. and appendix. [74.24]

URBAN RENEWAL AND THE CENTRAL CITY NONWHITE, by Dennis Clark; in Interracial Review, September, 1961. 3 pp. [395.26]

URBAN RENEWAL DEMANDS NEW SKILLS FROM SOCIAL WORK: A PARTNERSHIP IN COMMUNITY PLANNING. Paper by Sydney B. Markey, Director, Philadelphia District Health and Welfare Council, Inc., at National Conference on Social Welfare Combined Associate Group Meeting, Philadelphia. May 21, 1957. 8 pp. [76.3]

URBAN RENEWAL: HOW CAN IT BETTER SERVE THE PEOPLE OF GREATER PHILADELPHIA. Community Leadership Seminar Program; Fels Institute of Local and State Government, University of Pennsylvania. 1966. Variously paged. [299.9]

URBAN RENEWAL IMPACT STUDY (ALL MATERIALS). Action Housing, Inc. Allegheny County, Pittsburgh. Study of renewal in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 1960.1964. [56.1]

URBAN RENEWAL IN BALTIMORE. Baltimore Planning Commission. 1955. 60 pp. [293.11] [77.9]

URBAN RENEWAL IN BALTIMORE. Speech by Frances H. Morton. 1955. 3 pp. [413.11]

URBAN RENEWAL IN METROPOLITAN CONTEXT, by Jefferson B. Fordham. 5th Annual Wherrett Lecture on Local Government. University of Pittsburgh. 1959. 15 pp. [64.1]

URBAN RENEWAL IN NEW JERSEY..INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES. Published by Public Service Gas and Electric Company, Newark, New Jersey. No date. Unpaged folder. [52.23]

URBAN RENEWAL: ITS SCOPE, MAGNITUDE, AND STATISTICAL REQUIREMENTS, by Morton Hoffman, Director of Research and Analysis, Baltimore Urban Renewal and Housing Agency. Excerpts from discussion at panel on "Statistical Problems in Urban Renewal". 1957. 7 pp. [76.10]

URBAN RENEWAL..OPERATING PROGRAMS AND PRACTICAL DIFFICULTIES University of Pennsylvania. Institute of Local and State Government. 1960. 28 pp. [67.7]

URBAN RENEWAL PLAN FOR THE FRANKLIN URBAN RENEWAL AREA. Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority. 1965. Variously paged. [457.3]

URBAN RENEWAL PLAN FOR WISTER URBAN RENEWAL AREA. Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority. 1968. 19 pp. [457.3]

URBAN RENEWAL PLAN: POWELTON VILLAGE REHABILTATION REHABILITATION PROJECT, by Jack M. Kendree. Office of Development Coordinator, Philadelphia. No date (1958?). 13 pp. [68.8]

THE URBAN RENEWAL PROGRAM: ITS SCOPE AND PURPOSE. University of Pennsylvania. Institute of Local and State Government. 1960. 26 pp. and appendices. [67.8]

URBAN RENEWAL REPORT. (On Pottsbown. Montgomery County, Pennsylvania). Compiled from various publications of redevelopment authorities. 1961. 16 pp. [69.12]

URBAN RENEWAL REPORT FOR LUZERNE COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. Prepared by the Luzerne County Planning Commission. 1966. 61 pp. [638.17]

URBAN RENEWAL, SLUM CLEARANCE AND HOUSING. Statement of Mayor Richardson Dilworth for United States Conference of Mayors before the Housing Subcommittee of the Senate Committee on Banking and Currency. Washington, D.C. 1958. 14 pp. [66.11]

URBAN RENEWAL . THE NEW AMERICAN FRONTIER, by William L.C. Wheaton. Printed in Issues by the Philadelphia Housing Association. 1956. Unpaged. [75.11]

USE OF COMMUNITY OF FACILITIES IN DEVELOPMENTS OF THE

PHILADELPHIA HOUSING AUTHORITY. Health and Welfare Council, Inc., Philadelphia. 1955. 84 pp. plus supplement. [85.11] [522.12]

USE OF LAND, by Joseph T. Woodruff. Regional Planning Federation of the Philadelphia Tri.State District. Two articles. 1930, 26 pp. with inserts. 1931, 33 pp. [126.5]

THE USE OF RESEARCH TECHNIQUES IN DETERMINING NEED FOR HEALTH AND WELFARE SERVICES. Report of workshop. Community Chests and Councils of America, Inc. 1949. 35 pp. [575.24]

USE OF THE POWER OF EMINENT DOMAIN IN SLUM RECLAMATION, by John Ihlder and Maurice V. Brooks. 1936. 5 pp. [208.33]

USE VARIANCES GRANTED IN PHILADELPHIA DURING 1951. Citizens' Council on City Planning. 10 pp. [272.7]

USED HOUSE PROGRAM OF THE PHILADELPHIA HOUSING AUTHORITY. Day & Zimmermann Consulting Services. 1969. Variously paged. [714. 1]

THE USED.HOUSE PROGRAM VERSUS THE SOCIO.BACTERIOLOGICAL GERM. North City Congress Commission on Housing. 1963. 10 pp. [529.10]

THE USEFULNESS OF PHILADELPHIA'S INDUSTRIAL PLANT: AN APPROACH TO INDUSTRIAL RENEWAL. Report to the Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1960. 199 pp. Also: Summary of report. 1960. 123 pp. [122.18] [267.16]

USONIA COMES TO ARDMORE; from Architectural Forum , August, 1939. 4 pp. [337.28]

THE UTILITY OF GOVERNMENT GEOLOGICAL SURVEYS by J.P. Lesley. Social Science Association of Philadelphia Papers of 1874. 14 pp. [656.33]

VACANCY AND RENTAL CHARACTERISTICS OF DWELLING UNITS IN TRENTON, NEW JERSEY: OCTOBER 1955. 6 pp. [273.12] VACANCY AND RENTAL CHARACTERISTICS OF DWELLING UNITS IN CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY: NOVEMBER 1955. 6 pp. Two reports by the Census Bureau.

VACANCY SURVEYS AND DATA, PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA. 1934. 1950; census advance reports and compilations. Variously paged. [344.12]

VACANT LAND STUDY for the city of Baltimore. Md. Wallace, McHarg, Robert and Todd Architects... 1968. 41 pp. [766.6]

VALEDICTORY by Leslie Pinckney Hill. State Teachers College, Cheyney, Pennsylvania. 1951. No paging. [569.10]

VALLEY FORGE COUNTRY NEWSLETTER. Montgomery County Convention and Visitors Bureau. [708.15]
May 31, 1979.
June 28, 1979.
Aug. 30, 1979.

VALLEY FORGE WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACLILITY. Synopsis. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1974. Variously paged. Plus Maps. [591.10]

THE VALUE OF A TON OF CARGO TO THE AREA'S ECONOMY. Philadelphia Port Area. Delaware River Port Authority. 1955. 9 pp. [626. 3]

THE VALUES OF LIMITS IN CHILD REARING by Calvin F. Settlage. Conference on family living, Family Service of Philadelphia. 1958. [580.7]

VENTURE CAPITAL FOR URBAN BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT .. Prepared ... under the direction of Joseph Oberman, Chief, Economic Development Unit, Department of Finance, City of Philadelphia. n.d. 17 pp. [791.4]

THE VERDICT IS IN: A look at public interest litigation. League of Women Voters of the United States. 1975. 14 pp. [652.27]

THE VETERAN HOUSING PROGRAM. A report, Philadelphia. Housing Authority. 1951. 21 pp. [473.1] [420.41]

THE VETERANS BUILDING COOPERATIVE, INC. By.laws as amended August 7, 1946. New Brunswick, New Jersey. 9 pp. [239.30]

VETERAN'S CENTER. Philadelphia Veterans Advisory Committee, Inc. No date. 15 pp. [560.7]

VETERANS COOPERATE: BUILD YOUR HOME AT SAVINGS. American Veterans Housing Cooperative, Inc., Philadelphia. ca. 1948. 6 sides. [239.4]

VETERANS ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR AND TRADE SCHOOL. Philadelphia. No date. Unpaged. [561.5]

VETERANS..HOMES YOUR WAY. American Veterans Committee, Philadelphia Area Council. 6 pp. ca. 1946. [420.6] Contents: Brochure for a cooperative housing project in Delaware County, Pennsylvania.

VETERANS TEMPORARY HOUSING PROGRAM IN PHILADELPHIA. Report for 1950. Philadelphia Housing Authority. 19 pp. 1951. [422.13]

VICTORY ON THE HOMES' FRONT. A report and a blueprint, 1938- 1944. Allegheny County Housing Authority. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 1945. Unpaged. [177.6]

THE VILLAGE. An experiment in educational play. Conducted by the Smith Memorial Playgrounds in Philadelphia. Being a report made to Fidelity Trust Company, Trustee by Phoebe H. Valentine, Director. 1925. 52 pp. [658.18]

VINE STREET EXPRESSWAY: THE EXPRESSWAY AT BROAD STREET. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1945. 6 pp. [96.6] [518.20] [542.25]

THE VISITING NURSE SOCIETY OF PHILADELPHIA: 1886.1936. 17 pp. [382.7]

THE VISITOR'S JOB IN A PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AGENCY. Philadelphia County Board of Assistance. 1947. 7 pp. [374.30] THE SUPERVISOR'S JOB IN A PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AGENCY. Philadelphia County Board of Assistance. 1948. 15 pp. CASEWORK IN THE PUBLIC AGENCY. Philadelphia County Board of Assistance. 1948. 8 pp.

VITAL STATISTICS OF PUBLIC HOUSING RESIDENTS. Pittsburgh. Bureau of Social Research. 1945. 21 pp. [760.6]

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION ... TODAY AND TOMORROW. A conference on vocational education. Philadelphia. School District. 1966. 83 pp. [568.9]

VOCATIONAL, TECHNICAL AND CONTINUING EDUCATION IN PENNSYLVANIA. A systems approach to state.local program planning. A report to Pennsylvania Department of Public Instruction by Walter M. Arnold. 1969. 493 pp. [570.5]

THE VOICE. Published by residents of the James Weldon Johnson Homes, Philadelphia. April, 1946. 10 pp. [437.10]

VOICES OF THE CITY. Housing Authority of Baltimore City. 1955. 12 pp. [75.13]

VOLUNTARY AND GOVERNMENTAL SERVICES FOR THE AGED. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. 12 pp. 1952. [461.11]

VOLUNTARY CHILD WELFARE AGENCIES. Title 3100 regulations. Manual . the Office for Children and Youth. Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare. 1965. 11 pp. [548.13]

A VOLUNTARY DEFENDER FOR PHILADELPHIA; letters by Joab H. Banton and others, Judges of the New York County Court of General Sessions. 1929. 10 pp. [375.10]

VOLUNTARY INSPECTIONAL PROGRAM IN NORRISTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA. A.C.T.I.O.N. Research Memorandum (American Council to Improve our Neighborhoods). 1955. 5 pp. [84.22]

VOLUNTEER SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES. Council on Volunteers, Montgomery County. 1974. 64 pp. [643.1]

VOLUNTEER SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES. Compiled by Council on Volunteers Voluntary Action Center of the Health and Welfare Council, Inc. Delaware County District, Pennsylvania. 1972. 32 pp. [643.3]

VOTING DISTRICTS IN PENNSYLVANIA. Pennsylvania. Bureau of Statistics. 1968. [673.6]

VOTING POWER ON THE BOARD OF THE SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY. Student task force on SEPTA. School of Public and Urban Policy. University of Pennsylvania. School of Public and Urban Policy. The Fels Center of Government. 1980. 15 pp. [752.2]

WCAU RADIO TALKS IT UP; from Greater Philadelphia Magazine, August, 1965. 6 pp. [288.16]

WDAS where the S stands for service. (1963). n.p. [727.6]

THE WAGNER.ELLENDER..TAFT BILL; summary, by the Philadelphia Housing Association. 1945. 4 pp. [205.34]

THE WAGNER.ELLENDER.TAFT BILL; Various Comments. Ca. 1948. Variously paged. [226.14]

A WALKING TOUR OF CENTRAL PHILADELPHIA. Prepared by Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1958. 9 pp. plus maps. [118.3]

THE WAR AGAINST DEPRESSION: American Legion Home Improvement Campaign. Philadelphia. ca. 1932. 12 pp. [249.5]

WAR AND POST.WAR HOUSING, by Edmund N. Bacon. 5 pp. 1942. [422.15]

WAR HOUSING SITES. Philadelphia Housing Authority. 1942. 47 pp. [427.14] Contents: Descriptions, services, site plans, neighborhoods.

WAR INCOMES, WAR WORKERS, AND PUBLIC HOUSING, by Harold B. Trobe, Pittsburgh Housing Authority. 5 pp. 1943. [417.1]

WAR LABOR SUPPLY PROBLEMS IN PHILADELPHIA AND ITS ENVIRONS. Gladys L. Palmer, Wharton School. 54 pp. 1942. [463.15]

THE WAR ON POVERTY. Questions and Answers compiled by the Philadelphia Anti.Poverty Action Committee. 1966. 36 pp. [529.1] [331.20]

WAR TIME HOUSING, by Edward Bacon. 10 pp. 1943. [417.3]

WAR TIME HOUSING IN AMERICA, by John Ihlder. 1918. 8 pp. [416. 10]

WARD REALIGNMENT TO PROVIDE A MODERN WARD SYSTEM FOR PHILADELPHIA. Committee of Seventy. 1957. 6 pp. [456.1]

WASHINGTON CROSSING. Master plan & land use study. Prepared by National Heritage Corporation. 1975. 143 pp. [723.1]

WASHINGTON SQUARE EAST: PENNS GREENE COUNTRIE TOWNE. An information booklet. Redevelopment Authority of the City of Philadelphia. 1959(?). 15 pp. [24.11]

WASHINGTON SQUARE EAST URBAN RENEWAL AREA. UNIT I "SOCIETY HILL". Technical report June 1958. Prepared by Wright Andrade & Amenta Architects for the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Philadelphia. 1958. Variously paged. [786.1]

WASHINGTON SQUARE REDEVELOPMENT AREA PLAN. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1957. 22 pp. [451.1] Contents: Includes maps.

WASHINGTON SQUARE SOUTHEAST SLUM CLEARANCE PROJECT. (New York City) Report to the House of Representatives, United States Congress. Two parts. 1955. 10 pp. and 122 pp. [122.19]

WASHINGTON SQUARE WEST URBAN RENEWAL AREA UNIT 2. Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority. 1964. Variously paged. [457.2] Contents: Technical Report; Supplements A and B.

WASTE OF PUBLIC FUNDS: City Councils' delay of ten months in passing "Gasoline to Gas" ordinance costs City $70,000 annually, by Mayor Rudolph Blankenburg. 1914. 8 pp. [402.4]

WASTE TREATMENT FACILITIES OF THE BRISTOL PLANT. Rohm & Haas Company. No date. 17 pp. [628.12]

WATCH FOR VIOLATIONS OF HOUSING, SAFETY AND SANITATION LAWS, by the Philadelphia Housing Association. 1941. 4 pp. [222.34]

WATER CONSERVATION CAMPAIGN May 23.June 8, 1942 News: Background. Philadelphia Metropolitan District Council of Defense. 1942. Variously paged. [799.7]

WATER CONSUMPTION AND METERING IN PHILADELPHIA, by Charles A. Howland. Bureau of Municipal Research of Philadelphia. 1933. 33 pp. [347.9]

WATER FOR DELAWARE VALLEY, U.S.A. By John McCullough. A reprint of a series of eight articles. The Philadelphia Inquirer, Novemebr 30 to December 8, 1952. No paging. [630.7]

WATER FOR REDREATION . TODAY AND TOMORROW. Special report, Water Research Foundation for the Delaware River Basin. 1959. 26 pp. [107.25]

WATER FOR YOUR EVER.EXPANDING NEEDS. Delaware River Basin Research, Inc.
1955. 20 pp. [46.4]
1959. 20 pp. [486.12] [517.13]

WATER POLLUTION ABATEMENT IN THE DELAWARE RIVER BASIN; with special reference to the city of Philadelphia: symposium held in Philadelpphia, October 1941. Interstate Commission on the Delaware River Basin. 1941. 56 pp. [350.6]

WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in New Jersey. U.S. Army. Engineer Division. North Atlantic. 1967. 62 pp. plus map. [628.9]

WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Pennsylvania. U.S. Army. Engineer Division. North Atlantic.

January 1, 1961. 74 pp. [604.3]
January 1, 1965. 95 pp. [604.3]
1967. 102 pp. plus maps. [628.10] [629.3]

WATER RESOURCES IN THE CAMDEN URBAN REGION. Cmaden County Planning Board. 1961. 61 pp. plus appendix. [630.8]

WATER RESOURCES OF THE SCHUYLKILL RIVER BASIN. Summary. Bulletin No. 3. Prepared from the Bulletin by Water Resources of the Schulykill River Basin. 1969. 5 pp. [614.10]

WATER RESOURCES PROGRAM of the Delaware River Basin. [604.9]
1st annual report 1963. Variously paged.
1st annual report revised 1964. 89 pp.
8th annual report 1971. Variously paged.

WATER RESOURCES: THE DELAWARE BASIN, by Walter M. Phillips. Reprinted from Journal of American Institute of Planners. August 1960. 11 pp. [113.15] [520.9]

WATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION; proposed report, by the Regional Planning Federation of the Philadelphia Tri.State District. 1931. 30 pp. [350.26]

WATER SUPPLY FACILITIES. Philadelphia Water department study. Report no. 2 to City Council. Bureau of Municipal Research. 1957. 86 pp. [531.3]

WATER SUPPLY LOWER BUCKS COUNTY. A preliminary report. Bucks County Planning Commission. 1952. 23 pp. [629.7]

WATER TREATMENT AND DISTRIBUTION. Philadelphia Water Department. 1955. 10 pp. [353.31]

WATERWAYS: A PART OF THE PITTSBURGH PLAN. Report #6, Citizens Committee on City Plan of Pittsburgh. 1923. 60 pp. [94.23]

WAWASET, A RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT FOR E.I. DU PONT DE NEMOURS AND COMPANY. 1918. 16 pp. [238.9]

WAYS OF HELPING CHILDREN. Council of Social Agencies. Children's Department. 1929. 59 pp. [725.1]

WE ASKED FOR IT! Housing Authority of the City of Portland (Oregon). A compilation of facts concerning Portland Housing Authority residents and their views on housing ... n.d., 33 pp. [758.9]

WE BELIEVE. A tentative statement of desirable standards for settlement and neighborhood centers by Jean M. Maxwell and John McDowell. No date. 17 pp. [557.21]

WE CAN HAVE HOMES: the Progressive Party housing program. 1948. 10 pp. [328.6]

WE CAN HAVE HOUSING. A CITY.WIDE HOUSING CONFERENCE. The Coordinating Council of Philadelphia Housing Groups. 1937. Unpaged. [145.26] Contents: Program of the Conference.

WE PRESENT FACTS AND OPINIONS. Citizens' Council on Democratic Rights, Philadelphia. 1951. 2 pp. [450.4] Contents: Against loyalty legislation.

WE SAW THEM BEHIND BARS; PCA Current News, November, 1954. Pennsylvania Citizens' Association for Health and Welfare. 2 pp. [377.25]

WE SEARCH FOR THE PATHS. Philadelphia Fellowship Commission, Ninth Annual Organization Conference on Human Rights. 1955. [369.8]

WE WANT HOMES. Cooperative Homes, Maylan, Pennsylvania. n.d. [435.19] Contents: Descriptive flyer.

WELCOME TO CITY HALL. Philadelphia Office of the City Representative. ca. 1950. 3 pp. [453.2]

WELCOME TO FAIRLESS WORKS. United States Steel Company. 8 pp. ca. 1952. [463.9]

WELCOME TO FOLCROFT, by Raymond Berens; in Greater Philadelphia Magazine, October, 1963. 9 pp. [398.31]

WELCOME TO PHILADELPHIA PANORAMA. Philadelphia's permanent exhibition on city planning for civic progress. No date. No paging. [542.1] [521.5]

WELCOME TO ... THE INSTITUTE FOR CANCER RESEARCH. No date. No paging. [553.18]

WELCOME TO THE UNITARIAN CHURCH OF GERMANTOWN. No date. Unpaged. [560.5]

WELOCME! VOLUNTEER. Philadelphia General Hospital, Department of Volunteer Services. 1950. 5 pp. [359.25]

WELFARE FEDERATION; materials dealing with fund raising campaign. 1930. Variously paged. [395.25]

WELFARE PROBLEMS AND CITY PLANNING. Speech by Edmund N. Bacon for Conference on Planning Commission Objectives. 1943. Philadelphia. 12 pp. [63.22]

THE WELFARE SCENE. A description of public assistance in Pennsylvania with emphasis on the southeastern region. Compiled by Susan T. Radis. The Public Welfare Unit. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. 1972. Var. paged. [771.10]

WEST CABOT. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 1969. 21 pp. [653.16]

WEST CHESTER COUNTY PARK SYSTEM, by Jay Downer; in Fairmount Park Art Association, Annual report, 1930. 10 pp. [394.4]

WEST PHILADELPHIA BUSINESS MAGAZINE. May 1972. 32 pp. [645.6]

WEST PHILADELPHIA CORPORATION: A WORD TO OUR FRIENDS. The West Philadelphia Corporation. No date. Unpaged. [80.8]

WEST PHILADELPHIA DIRECTORY OF COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS. Prepared by West Area Office of the Health and Welfare Council, Inc. 1966. 9 pp. [512.16]

THE WEST PHIALDELPHIA DISTRICT PLAN. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1964. 91 pp. [276.6]

WEST PHILADELPHIA NEWSLETTER. Issued by the West Philadelphia District Community Relations Committee. [673.23] February 1960. 8 pp.

THE WEST PHILADELPHIA PLAN FOR MOVEMENT. Comments on the transportation aspects of the West Philadelphia district plan. No date. 3 pp. [531.6]

WEST POPLAR DEVELOPMENT AREA PLAN. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 1953. 30 pp. [654.6]

WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA. An economic brief. Western Pennsylvania National Bank. 1962. No paging. [679.4]

THE WESTSIDE PLAN. A proposal for the renewal of a Germantown neighborhood. Westside Neighborhood Council. 1964. 12 pp. plus charts. [520.8]

WHARTON COMMUNITY COUNCIL AREA INSPECTION PROGRAM REPORT. 1959. 16 pp. [77.30]

 

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