General Pamphlet Collection, Part 45: Toward-University's

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 These consist of published and unpublished materials usually received by the SCRC along with donated manuscript collections.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 45: Toward - University's



TOWARD A CLEANER PHILADELPHIA. A review of direct service, prevention, and enforcement programs and their costs, with recommendations. (Report no. 359). Pennsylvania Economy League. 1971. 83 pp. [475-5]

TOWARD A FAIR EMPLOYMENT PRACTICE CONSCIENCE THROUGH EDUCATION, by the Philadelphia Fair Employment Practice Commission. 1950. 32 pp. [328-23]

TOWARD A GREATER CITY. The 1955 report of the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Philadelphia. 1956. Variously paged. [541-15]

TOWARD A MEANINGFUL BICENTENNIAL. The Philadelphia 1976 Bicentennial Corporation. 1969. 2 pp. [513-13]

TOWARD A NEW PROGRAM OF PUBLIC INFORMATION AND CEREMONY BY THE CITY GOVERNMENT OF PHILADELPHIA. 1956. 40 pp. [508-9]

TOWARD A POLICE STATE: spies and independent thinkers the same under loyalty oath, by Ralph W. Page. 2 pp. 1951. [440-2] Contents: Reprints of Evening Bulletin editorials by Citizens' Council on Democratic Rights.

TOWARD A SAFER COMMUNITY, VOLUME II: An analysis of crime and justice in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. Governor's Justice Commission, Allegheny Regional Planning Commission. 1973. 101 pp. [405-5]

TOWARD A STATE DEVELOPMENT PLAN: A PROGRESS REPORT AND A PROPOSAL FOR ACTION. Pennsylvania State Planning Board. 1963. 81 pp. [42-13]

TOWARD A STATE PARK PROGRAM. Pennsylvania Department of Commerce State Planning Board. 1945. 14 pp. plus appendix. [106-13]

TOWARD AN INTEGRATED REGION: a proposal for a Philadelphia element of Operation Equality, presented to the National Urban League by the Joint Committee on Minority Housing. 1967. 55 pp. [403-16]

TOWARD BETTER CAMPING. The Bulletin of the Eastern Pennsylvania section American Camping Association. [557-28]
February 1960.
January 1968.
Decemebr 1968-January 1969.
May 1969.
October 1969.
Decemebr 1969.
June 1970.
February-March 1970.

TOWARD GREATER PROSPERITY IN PHILADELPHIA. The story of the Department of Comemrce of the city of Philadelphia 1952-1955. Philadelphia. Department of Commerce. No date. Variously paged. [508-5]

TOWARD HUMAN DIGNITY. The story of the new Philadelphia Department of Public Welfare and the People it serves. 1952-1955. Philadelphia. Department of Public Welfare and the Bureau of Public Information and Service Office of the City Representative. 1955. n.p. [800-6]

TOWARD INDEPENDENT LIVING FOR OLDER PEOPLE, by the Committee on Housing for Older People of the Philadelphia Housing Association and Health and Welfare Council, Inc. 1958. 53 pp. [331-39]

TOWARD INDEPENDENT LIVING FOR OLDER PEOPLE. Community goals for health and welfare services. Preliminary draft. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1957. 40 pp. plus agenda. [471-7]

TOWARD LIVABLE HOUSING. The League Surveys the Local Housing Problem and Presents Suggestions for Meeting It. Pennsylvania Economy League, Newsletter. May 1957. 9 pp. [188-9]

MENTAL HEALTH; in Philadelphia Health Bulletin, December,

1946. 3 pp. Philadelphia Department of Public Health. [359-4] TOWARD MORE EFFECTIVE ADMINISTRATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF LICENSES AND INSPECTIONS. Pennsylvania Bureau of Municipal Research. 1957. 4 pp. [553-22]

TOWARD MORE EFFECTIVE ADMINISTRATION OF THE DEPARTEMNT OF LICENCES AND INSPECTIONS. Special Report, February, 1957. Bureau of Municipal Research and Pennsylvania Economy League. 1957. 4 pp. [559-18]

TOWARD ONE WORLD IN PHILADELPHIA. International Institute of Philadelphia. [1946]. 11 pp. [556-8]

TOWARD SOCIAL COMPETENCE. School District of Philadelphia. 1950. 157 pp. [439-1] Contents: Social studies guide for elemnetary school.

TOWARD THE OPEN MIND. School District of Philadelphia. 1950. 16 pp. [440-24] Contents: Curriculum guide.

TOWARD THE SEVENTIES. A progress report of the Jersey City Redevelopment Agency. 1969 ? 25 pp. [520-3]

TOWARD UNITY. Interstate Commission on the Delaware River Basin. [29-7] Contents: A series of addresses presented at the second annual regional conference. 72 pp.

TOWN MEETING ON TRANSIT. Transportation Committee of Citizens Council of Montgomery County. Discussions held from October 10 to 25, 1961. 14 pp. [103-19]

TOWNSHIP OF UPPER DARBY ORDINANCE NUMBER 529; TO ESTABLISH BUILDING REGULATIONS IN UPPER DARBY TOWNSHIP, by the Board of Commissioners. 1940. 40 pp. [205-9]

THE TOWNSHIP PLANNING ENABLING ACT. An addition to the act of 1933 authorizing the creation of planning commissions and prescribing their powers and duties. The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. 1953. [55-7]

TRACKLESS TROLLEYS. Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority. Transit Division. No date. One page. [702-18]

TRADE AND CONVENTION CENTER NEWS. [516-15] Vol II, no. 3 April 1963. 4 pp.

TRADE AND CONVENTION CENTER OF PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia. Board of Trade and Conventions. [1958]. Variously paged. [541-18]

THE TRADE AND CONVENTION CENTER OF PHILADELPHIA: ITS BIRTH AND RENASCENCE, by Ruth H. Hunter. 1962. 115 pp. [86-13]

TRADE DIRECTORY AND ROSTER OF MEMBERS 1960-1961. Delaware County Chamber of Commerce. No date. Variously paged. [495-14]

TRADE PROMOTION. Public Ledger. 1927. 20 pp. [395-19] 1927. 20 pp. The Public Ledger offers advertisers some unusual facilities. ca. 1928. 7 pp.

TRADING GOOD DOLLARS FOR WORTHLESS CHECKS. To all law enforcement officers and law abiding citizens. Philadelphia. Police Department. No date. 12 pp. [638-3]

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT FACTS, 1960. Philadelphia Department of Streets. 33 pp. [465-1] 1963. 34 pp.

TRAFFIC AND PARKING IMPROVEMENTS FOR CHESTER, PA. Prepared for Chamber of Commerce City of Chester and Delaware County by Applied Traffic & Parking Services. 1956. Varioulsy paged. [605-2]

TRAFFIC AND PARKING SURVEY. REPORT OF PROPOSALS AND RECOMMENDATIONS. Germantown - Chelten business district. Prepared by Surveys and Planning Division. Bureau of Traffic Engineering. Department of Streets City of Philadelphia. 1956. 27 pp. [572-8]

TRAFFIC & ROAD REQUIREMENTS FOR THE VICINITY OF THE FAIRLESS WORKS. United States Steel Company. 1952. [607-8]

TRAFFIC AND YOU. Planning Commission of Baltimore. Undated (1954?). 40 pp. [100-9]

TRAFFIC ASSIGNMENT ON THE PROPOSED EXPRESSWAY AND ARTERIAL SYSTEMS IN THE WEST PHILADELPHIA DISTRICT. Prepared for the Philadelphia City Planning Commission by Simpson and Curtin Transportation Engineers. 1963. 17 pp. [531-6]

TRAFFIC CONGESTION AND TRAFFIC SAFETY IN SOUTH PHILADELPHIA IF DELAWARE EXPRESSWAY ENDS AT LOMBARD STREET. Prepared for Greater Philadelphia Movement by Simpson and Curtin Transportation Engineers. 1958. 28 pp. [515-8]

TRAFFIC COURT March 31, 1967 to May 31, 1968. Philadelphia. Office of the City Controller. 1968. Variously paged. [531-8]

TRAFFIC FEASIBILITY STUDY OF A CHESTNUT STREET MALL IN CENTER CITY, PHILADELPHIA. Simpson and Curtin, Transportation Engineers, Philadelphia. 1966. 40 pp. [317-12]

Traffic on Expressway. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1950. 3 pp. [98-5] Contents: Article about the Roosevelt Boulevard Extension.

TRAFFIC VOLUME SURVEY. To Pitman Borough Planning Board from Government Consulting Service Institute of Local and State Government. 1959. 7 pp. [538-9]

TRAFFIC VOLUME TRENDS. Bureau of Traffic Engineering, Philadelphia Department of Streets. [102-11]
1957 - 26 pp.
1958 - 25 pp.
1959 - 24 pp.

TRAILER PARKS AND TRAILER RESIDENTS IN BUCKS COUNTY (BRISTOL -MORRISVILLE) CRITICAL DEFENSE AREA. Don J. Hager. 33 pp. 1952. [420-43] Contents: Study for HHFA to develop guides for urbanization in industrializing regions.

TRAINING DEVELOPMENT IN THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA. A report to the Managing Director covering the ten departments under his jurisdiction. Prepared by Municipal Assistance Service Institute of Local and State Government. 1954. Variously paged. [534-12]

TRAINING OF NURSES FOR THE SICK by Dr. John H. Packard. Social Science Association of Philadelphia Papers 1876. 12 pp. [656-19]

TRAINING OF VOLUNTEERS & SCHOOL PERSONNEL. Title III Operational grant request. Section III of a comprehensive program for innovation. Submitted by the School District of Philadelphia. 1966. 10 pp. [567-6]

TRAINING PROGRAMS AND EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMS IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY. University of Pennsylvania. Human Resources Center. 1969. No paging. [561-13]

TRAINING THE UNEMPLOYED. City of Philadelphia. 29 pp. 1962. [464-13] Contents: Application with appendix for grant for pilot study from Labor Department.

TRANSCRIPT OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY PUBLIC HEARING YEAR 2000 SKETCH PLANS. October 14, 1973. Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission. 1973. 98 pp. [607-7]

TRANSCRIPT OF PHILADELPHIA PUBLIC HEARING YEAR 2000 SKETCH PLANS. October 18, 1976. Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission. 1976. 108 pp. [607-6]

TRANSIT - A PART OF THE PITTSBURGH PLAN. Report #3. Citizens Committee on City Plan of Pittsburgh. 1923. 58 pp. [95-37]

TRANSPORTATION. University of Pennsylvania. [708-14]
Dec. 1978-June 1979
Feb.-March 1979
April-May 1979
Nov.-Dec. 1979

TRANSPORTATION AND PENNSYLVANIA'S FUTURE. Penn Dot. Pennsylvania. Governor's Committee for Transportation. 1969. 44 pp. [606-5]

TRANSPORTATION AND TRAFFIC. A plan for major streets and circulation Willistown Township, Pennsylvania. Willistown Township Planning Commission. 1964. 30 pp. [532-7]

TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES IN THE PHILADELPHIA AREA. Philadelphia Business Progress Association. 1930. 15 pp. [94-13]

TRANSPORTATION IN MOTION. An annual transportation report of the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission. 1973. 24 pp. [589-13]

TRANSPORTATION - INDUSTRIAL MANPOWER (TIM) DEMONSTRATION PROJECT. Application for a federal grant U.S. Dept. of H.U.D. February 1968. Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority. 1965. Var. paged. [484-3]

TRANSPORTATION ISSUE. Jersey Plans. New Jersey State Department of Conservation and Economic Development. Summer 1963. 85 pp. [104-10]

TRANSPORTATION - LUBRICANT OR FRICTION TO OUR REGION'S PROGRESS, by Charles H. Frazier. A Penjerdel publication. 1962. 26 pp. [103-32]

TRANSPORTATION PLAN FOR ABINGTON TOWNSHIP. Planning Commission of Abington Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. 1962. 24 pp. [267-9] Contents: Maps.

TRANSPORTATION PLAN FOR TREDYFFRIN TOWNSHIP. Fels Institute of Local and State Government. 1962. Variously paged. [532-9]

THE TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM IN CITIES. A program of research by Institute for Urban Studies University of Pennsylvania. 1953. 104 pp. [606-12]

THE TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM IN THE PHILADELPHIA AREA. Background readings and guest speakers' papers. Topic D. Community leadership seminar program 1963-1964. Fels Institute of Local and State government. 1964. Var. paged. [483-3]

TRANSPORTATION PROPOSALS. Greater Camden Movement. 1962. 15 pp. [103-33]

TRANSPORTING PUPILS TO THEIR SCHOOLS. A report to the Board of Education Philadelphia School District on School District pupil transportation. Report no. 343. Pennsylvania Economy League in association with Bureau of Municipal Research. 1967. 57 pp. plus appendixes. [489-5]

THE TREATMENT AND CARE OF THE INSANE IN PENNSYLVANIA. Made for the Public Charities Association of Pennsylvania by C. Floyd Haviland 1915. 94 pp. [643-17]

THE TREATMENT OF ADOLESCENT GIRLS IN AN INSTITUTION by Leontine R. Young. 1945. 37 pp. [576-21]

THE TREATMENT OF ADULT OFFENDERS AND CHILDREN BY THE COURTS OF BERKS COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, by the Pennsylvania Committee on Penal Affairs. 1928. 53 pp. [375-6]

TREES FOR BUCKS COUNTY COMMUNITIES, by Robert W. Pierson. Reprint from The Bucks County Realtor. Autumn issue (November 17, 1959). 7 pp. [107-26]

TREES IN FAIRMOUNT PARK, by John M. Fogg; in Fairmount Park Art Association, Annual report, 1954. 19 pp. [394-16]

TREND OF EMPLOYMENT. Pennsylvania Economy League. 1959. 15 pp. [457-5] Contents: Permanent, full-time employees paid from Philadelphia city operating funds.

TREND OF PHILADELPHIA MUNICIPAL EMPLOYMENT (PERMANENT, FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES PAID FROM THE OPERATING FUNDS SUBJECT TO ANNUAL APPROPRIATION BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA). Prepared by Pennsylvania Economy League (Eastern Division). 1967. 16 pp. [522-1] [282-5A]

TRENDS IN HOUSING AND DWELLING UNITS 1950-1958. New Jersey Department of Conservation and Economic Development. No date. 59 pp. [189-4]

TRENDS IN NONWHITE OCCUPANCY IN PHILADELPHIA PUBLIC HOUSING. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1960. 6 pp. [432-20]

TRENDS IN POPULATION, HOUSING AND SOCIO-ECONOMICS. Community renewal program. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 1963. 25 pp. [586-7]

TRENDS IN RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT: DEMAND FOR FACILITIES IN THE UNIVERSITY CITY URBAN RENEWAL AREA UNIT III, prepared for the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority by the Group for Planning and Research, Inc., Philadelphia. July 1963. 134 pp. [322-1]

TRENDS IN ROADSIDE DEVELOPMENT, by Park H. Martin, et al. Pennsylvania Roadside Council. 1953. 13 pp. [437-2]

TRENDS IN SOCIAL PLANNING IN URBAN RENEWAL, by Fern M. Colborn. National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers. February 18, 1959. 6 pp. [77-12]

TRENDS IN THE BITUMINOUS COAL INDUSTRY IN PENNSYLVANIA. Pennsylvania. Department of Commerce. 1940. 38 pp. [676-8]

TRENDS IN THE PHILADELPHIA LABOR MARKET IN 1934. Gladys L. Palmer. 15 pp. 1935. [464-10]

TRENTON CENTRAL DISTRICT AREA PLAN. Greater Trenton Council and Board of City Commissioners. 1959. 40 pp. [495-18]

TRENTON, NEW JERSEY HOUSING CODE. Board of Commissioners of the City of Trenton; 1951. 6 pp. [245-1]

TRENTON TO WILMINGTON. An article in Fortune, January 1955. Prepared by Board of Trade and Conventions of the Department of Commerce of the City of Philadelphia. Variously paged. [501-9] [469-10]

THE TRIANGLE AREA, PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA. Report and Recommendations to the Philadelphia City Planning Commission and Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority by Urban Land Institute Washington, D.C. 1951. 63 pp. [21-4]

TRINITY CLUB NEWS. Church of the Holy Trinity, Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [559-18]
November 1961. 2 pp.
February 1962. 2 pp.

TRI-PACT. A report to the three governors on the need for a tri-state authority to administer air-related transportation in the Delaware Valley. Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware Committee on Regional Development. 1971. 49 pp. [608-1] [479-4]

THE TRI-STATE WATER COMPACT. Franklin and Company, Consulting Engineers. 1927. 10 pp. [350-26]

THE TRIUMPH OF PHILADELPHIA'S ANGRY MEN by Ernest Havemann. Reprint from Reader's Disgest (December 1963). 1962. 6 pp. [507-3]

TROLLEY CARS. Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority. Transit Division. No date. One page. [702-19]

TRUTH ABOUT THE PROPOSED 40-FOOT CHANNEL IN THE UPPER DELAWARE RIVER. The Delaware River Valley Association. No date. 24 pp. [101-14]

THE TRUTH ABOUT THE PROPOSED TWENTIETH AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. A brief analysis prepared by Bruce M. Watson. Pub. no. 103 of the Public Education and Child Labor Association of Pennsylvania. No date. 8 pp. [657-45]

TRY TO KEEP SLUMS OUT OF GERMANTOWN; from Germantown Independent -Gazette, October, 1911. 1 pp. [399-17]

TUBERCULOSIS BY PHILADELPHIA CENSUS TRACTS: Population, 1950; Newly reported cases, 1951; Deaths, 1949-1951, by the Philadelphia Tuberculosis and Health Association. 1953. 12 pp. [363-25] TUBERCULOSIS IN PHILADELPHIA, 1953-1954, by the Philadelphia Tuberculosis and Health Association. 1955.

TUBERCULOSIS IN PHILADELPHIA, by the Philadelphia Tuberculosis and Health Association. 1943. 42 pp. [363-26] TUBERCULOSIS IN PHILADELPHIA DURING THE WAR YEARS, 1942-1945, by the Philadelphia Tuberculosis and Health Association. 1947. 38 pp.

TUBERCULOSIS IN PHILADELPHIA, 1946-1950. Philadelphia Tuberculosis and Health Association. 1952. 37 pp. [355-16]

TURNING POINT 1952. Philadelphia Bulletin, May 10, 1953. [445-1]

TWELTH GRADE SOCIAL STUDIES. Pittsburgh Board of Public Education. 1957. 82 pp. [412-9]

TWELVE DISTRICTS GET TOGETHER IN SEEKING A SOLUTION TO SCHOOL PROBLEMS. Montgomery County Branch, Pennsylvania Economy League, Norrsitown, Pennsylvania. 1954. 50 pp. and appendix. [114-12]

TWENTIETH CENTURY STEPHEN GIRARDS. ca. 1955. 1 p. [439-5] Contents: Newspaper article on Friend's weekend work camp in Germantown.

TWENTY CITY MILES ARE WITHOUT SEWERS; Millions spent on clarity but no adequate provision for housing. Jacob Billikopf, Federation of Jewish Charities, Phila. 1923. 1 p. [451-13]

28TH & COLUMBIA. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 1969. 10 pp. [653-12]

28TH & GORDON. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 1969. Variously paged. [653-13]

THE TWENTY FIRST ANNUAL MEETING. Pennsylvania Conference on Social Welfare. 1929. 16 pp. [657-1]

21 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ABOUT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER NORTHEAST. Neighborhood Centre of Philadelphia. 1958. 12 pp. [521-2]

26TH & FLETCHER, Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 1969. Variously paged. [653-14]

TWENTY-TWO DAY NURSERIES members of the Philadelphia Association of Day Nurseries. A section of the Children's Department Council of Social Agencies of the Welfare Federation of Philadelphia. 1929. 55 pp. [634-3]

TWENTY YEARS OF SERVICE: THE STORY OF PUBLIC HOUSING IN PHILADELPHIA, 1937-1957. Philadelphia Housing Authority. 31 pp. [439-11]

THE 208 PLANNING PROGRAM: A SUMMARY PROGRAM STATEMENT. From the office of the New Castle Area wide Waste Treatment Management Planning Agency. 1974. Variously paged. [595-18]

250 NON-PROFIT SERVICES for you, your family, your community. United Fund of the Philadelphia Area. 1960. 35 pp. [662-13]

206 AND 208 STAMPER STREET STUDY WASHINGTON SQUARE EAST. Jack M. Kendree, Planning Consultants. No date. 5 pp. [518-23]

$260,000,000 TRAFFIC SOLUTION: SUPEREXPRESSWAYS SHOULD END CITY'S CONGESTION BY 1970, by Edgar Williams. Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine. February 19, 1950. 4 pp. [102-15] Contents: Another trip to Fantasyland.

TWO YEARS OF COMMUNITY WORK, 1943-1945. Uptown Philadelphia District Council. 10 pp. [375-10]

TYPES OF FAMILIES LIVING IN BALTIMORE'S LOW-RENT PROJECTS. Baltimore Urban Renewal and Housing Agency. [758-4]
1951-1959.
1951-1961.

USA TOMORROW. The rebuilding of three cities. Boston -Philadelphia-Pittsburgh. USA Tomorrow, Inc. A monthly magazine. [601-17]
Vol. 1, No. 1, Oct. 1954.

U.S.A. YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW. Philadelphia Art Directors Club. No date. Variously paged. [519-15]

U T T B. April 1956 - May 1960. Philadelphia. Urban Traffic and Transportation Board. 1960. var. paged. [753-2]

THE UNEMPLOYED IN PHILADELPHIA IN 1933, by Gladys L. Palmer. Wharton School of Finance and Commerce, University of Pennsylvania. 1935. 15 pp. [341-18]

UNEMPLOYMENT: A SUMMARY AND A FORECAST. All-Philadelphia Conference on Social Work. 1931. 13 pp. [577-40]

UNEMPLOYMENT IN PENNSYLVANIA, STATE SUMMARY, February, 1934. Pennsylvania State Emergency Relief Board. 1935. 24 pp. [388-10]

UNEMPLOYMENT IN ALLEGHENY COUNY, AND SUPPLEMENT, February, 1935. Pennsylvania State Emergency Relief Board. 25 pp. [388-10]

UNEMPLOYMENT IN PHILADELPHIA, by Shirley A . Goetz; in Business Review, February 1968, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. 2 pp. [291-8] Contents: Charts.

UNEMPLOYMENT IN PHILADELPHIA - 1965 by James B. Crummett. 1966. 9 pp. 4 tables. [521-25]

UNEMPLOYMENT IN THE PHILADELPHIA LABOR MARKET. Arleigh P. Hess, Jr. Philadelphia Commerce Department. 137 pp. 1954. [464-12]

THE UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF AND WELFARE EMERGENCY IN PHILADELPHIA; a statement of the need for relief, by the United Compaign. 1931. 4 pp. [395-21]

THE UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF DIGEST, June, 1935. Pennsylvania State Emergency Relief Board. 32 pp. [382-25]

UNEMPLOYMENT STATUS OF NEGROES, by the National Urban League. December 1931. 56 pp. [328-30]

UNFOLD THE TRUTH ABOUT OUR SCHOOLS, by the Citizens' Emergency Committee on Education, Philadelphia. ca. 1937. pamphlet. 12 pp. [364-22]

CITIZENS' EMERGENCY COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC EDUCATION: Report of Executive Secretary to Second Meeting of Delegates. 1938. 6 pp. A UNIFIED CORRECTIONAL PROGRAM FOR PENNSYLVANIA, by the Public Charities Association of Pennsylvania. Undated pamphlet. 4 pp. [366-2]

A UNION AHEAD OF ITS TIME. A brief history of the Amalgamated. Written by David B. Parker. Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America. No date. 48 pp. [691-11]

THE UNION BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION OF PHILADELPHIA 1831-1931. A history commemorating the centennial anniversary of the founding of a Society for "Ameliorating the Condition of the Poor" 1931. 59 pp. [632-8]

UNION LIBRARY CATALOUGE OF THE PHILADELPHIA METROPOLITAN AREA. ca. 1937. 4 pp. [397-28]

THE UNION LIBRARY CATALOUGE OF THE PHILADELPHIA METROPOLITAN AREA, 1936-1946: a tenth anniversary report. 34 pp. [397-27] UNION PARK GARDENS, a model garden suburb for shipworkers at Wilmington, Delaware, built for the United States Shipping Board, Emergency Fleet Corporation, by William E. Grohen; from the Architectural Record, January 1919. 23 pp. [237-18] Contents: Includes plans.

UNION PARK GARDENS, WILMINGTON, DELAWARE: A GOVERNMENT PROJECT FOR SHIPWORKERS, by M.S. Franklin. 3 pp. ca. 1917? [422-16]

UNION REPRESENTATION OF ADMINISTRATIVE, PROFESSIONAL AND TECHNICAL EMPLOYEES OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA by Christopher L. Lane. (1977). 9 pp. [638-13]

UNITED CAMPAIGN: Plan facts. 1938. 20 pp. [366-1]

UNITED CAMPAIGN: promotional pamphlets, agency directories. 1936 -1939. variously paged. [374-30]

UNITED CAMPAIGN SPEAKERS BUREAU: miscellaneous materials. 1937 -1940. variously paged. [374-29]

UNITED CHARITIES CAMPAIGN 1942. No paging. [640-12]

A UNITED EXPERT ON A COMMON PROBLEM. The School Boards of Glenolden and Norwood jointly analyze their future school building needs. Pennsylvania Economy League, Philadelphia. 1954. 78 pp. [114-4]

UNITED FUND. No date. Unpaged. [563-8]

UNITED FUND AGENCIES. An analysis of salaries budgeted by local agencies of the United Fund. Including comparisons among the budget sections for the fiscal year June 1, 1966 to May 31, 1967. Statistical report series No. 25 for the United Fund of the Philadelphia Area. 1966. 22 pp. [540-7]

UNITED FUND for those who need your help. United Fund of the Philadelphia Area. (1953). 15 pp. [563-6]

UNITED PEOPLE'S ACTION COMMITTEE. Memorandum:"Urgent to all...interested in housing in Philadelphia." 1945. 5 pp. [413-8] Contents: Memo, covering letter, and proposed resolution.

UNITED REVIEW. 53rd ANNUAL BANQUET ISSUE. United Business Men's Association. Philadelphia. 1959. 36 pp. [645-3]

A UNITED STATES RAIL TRUST FUND. Prescription for Modern rail transportation by Milton J. Shapp, Governor Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. No date. 62 pp. [597-2] [627-1]

UNITED STATES STEEL IN LOWER BUCKS COUNTY: BUCKS COUNTY BOOM OR BUST, by Louis P. Dolbeare. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1951. 15 pp. [31-11]

UNITED STATES STEEL IN LOWER BUCKS COUNTY: GOOD BUSINESS CAN MEAN BETTER LIVING. Philadelphia Housing Association. 16 pp. 1951. [463-18]

UNITED WAR CHEST 1946: Philadelphia's Victory Mobilization for Human Needs. 14 pp. [368-21] YOUR JOB AS COMPANY CHAIRMAN. United War Chest. 1946. 4 pp.

UNITY FOR VICTORY THROUGH A UNITED WAR AND CHARITIES FUND IN THE PHILADELPHIA AREA. 1942. 4 pp. [374-29]

THE UNIVERSITIES-RELATED PROGRAM IN THE HENRY C. LEA SCHOOL produced by the West Philadelphia Corporation as a public service. 1964. 5 pp. [492-25]

UNIVERSITY AND COMMUNITY: A PROGRAM FOR NORTH PHILADELPHIA; in Temple University Alumni Review, January, 1963. 9 pp. [390-11]

UNIVERSITY CITY. Vol. 3, no. 1, September 1964. West Philadelphia Corporation. Variously paged. [492-20] [515-13]
Vol. 4, no. 1 September 1965.
Vol. 3 no. 4 Feb. 1965. Variously paged.
Vol. 4 no. 5 May 1966. Variously paged.
Vol. 4 no. 6 June 1966. Variously paged.
Vol. 5 no. 2 Nov. 1966. Variously paged.
Vol. 5 no. 3 Mar. 1967. Variously paged.
Vol. 6 no. 1 Sept.1967. Variously paged.
Vol. 6 no. 2 Oct. 1967. Variously paged.
Vol. 6 no. 4 Feb. 1968. Variously paged.
Vol. 6 no. 6 June 1968. Variously paged.
Vol. 7 no. 1 Sept.1968. Variously paged.
Vol. 7 no. 4 Mar. 1969. Variously paged.
Vol. 8 no. 2 Nov. 1969. Variously paged.
Vol. 8 no. 4 June 1970. Variously paged.

UNIVERSITY CITY: A NOBLE VILLAGE FOR PHILADELPHIA. Article in Philadelphia Sunday Bulletin. December 10, 1961. Editorial page. [80-2]

UNIVERSITY CITY-CEDAR PARK AREA PROPERTY REHABILITATION STANDARDS. Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority. N.d. 8 pp. [444-26]

UNIVERSITY CITY COLLABORATIVE, University of Pennsylvania. Planning School Studio plans for University City Area. 1962. 4 pieces. [26-1]

UNIVERSITY CITY CORE PLAN. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 1966. 19 pp. [766-14]

UNIVERSITY CITY IN PHILADELPHIA: AN OPPORTUNITY FOR EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND EDUCATIONAL INNOVATION. Prepared for the Board of Public Education by the West Philadelphia Corporation. 1961. 5 pp. [90-14]

UNIVERSITY CITY NEWS. A journal of events, commentary, and criticism. [516-14] [515-19]
Vol. 2 no. 24 Friday June 15, 1962. 8 pp.
Vol. 1 no. 1, Aug. 17, 1961. 12 pp.
Vol. 2 no. 2, Mar. 22, 1962. 8 pp.
Vol. 2 no. 4, Apr. 6, 1962. 8 pp.

UNIVERSITY CITY - PROPOSED LAND USE. (Harkins and Alvare). 1960. 15 pp. [470-6]

UNIVERSITY CITY SCIENCE CENTER. PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA. No date. 20 pp. [541-23]

UNIVERSITY CITY TOWER, PHILADELPHIA. West Philadelphia Corporation and the Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation. No date. (1960?). Unpaged. [123-13]

THE UNIVERSITY CITY TOWER PHILADELPHIA, RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES FOR SCIENCE INDUSTRY AND EDUCATION; promotional booklet. Ca. 1963. 6 pp. [323-11]

UNIVERSITY CITY UNIT NO. 5 URBAN RENEWAL AREA: PART 1: APPLICATION FOR LOAN AND GRANT. Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority. 1965. Variously paged. [320-1]

UNIVERSITY CITY URBAN RENEWAL AREA: APPLICATION FOR LOAN AND GRANT, November 30, 1964. Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority. Variously paged. [322-2]

UNIVERSITY CITY URBAN RENEWAL AREA: UNIT 5: SURVEY AND PLANNING APPLICATION. Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority. 1963. Variously paged. [443-5]

UNIVERSITY MEWS. No date. Variously paged. [492-5]

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA: COURSE IN CITY AND REGIONAL PLANNING. School of Fine Arts. 1943-1944. [116-3]

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA DEVELOPMENT PLAN. Report of the President, University Planning Office. March 1961. 72 pp. [86-9]

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. HENRY PHIPPS INSTITUTE, for the study, treatment, and prevention of tuberculosis. Thirteenth report. 1917. 100 pp. [358-41] Contents: Reprints from several scientific journals. Fourteenth report. 1918. 80 pp.

UNIVERSITY REDEVELOPMENT AREA PLAN. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 1950. 25 pp. [654-4]

THE UNIVERSITY SETTLEMENT. Report of the session of 1913-1914. Pages 139-142 of an article in the Old Penn Weekly Review Vol. XIII no. 5, Oct. 31, 1914. [657-61]

UNIVERSITY SETTELMENTS SOCIAL AUDIT. 1958. 20 pp. [667-17]

UNIVERSITY SETTLEMENTS--Survey. 30 pp. 1956. [469-10] [520-8] Contents: Study of social data, social conditions and existing services and facilities in South Philadelphia, west of Broad Street.

THE UNIVERSITY, THE CITY AND URBAN RENEWAL, edited by Charles G. Dobbins. Report of a Regional Conference sponsored by American Council on Education and West Philadelphia Corporation. 1963. 58 pp. [56-5]

THE UNIVERSITY'S NEW SERVICE TO GOVERNMENT, by Stephen B. Sweeney; from the General Magazine and Historical Chronicle, April, 1940. 14 pp. [398-13] Institute of Local and State Government: descriptive flyer. 4 sides.

 

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