Spruce Hill Community Association (Philadelphia, Pa.) Records

Collection ID: 
Acc. 762, PC-79
Date: 
1958-1992
Footage: 
14 linear feet (15 boxes)
Collecting Area: 

 

Historical Note

The Spruce Hill Community Association represents 16,000 residents of a West Philadelphia neighborhood encompassing Market Street on the north, Woodland Avenue on the south, and 40 th and 46th Streets on the east and west. It was founded in the spring of 1958 by a dozen residents concerned with falling property values and a negative perception of the area. Within a year, membership had grown to 400 residents. Within the first few years of the association’s founding, a number of beautification and gardening projects were initiated; improvements were made to Clark Park; an art show was held exploiting the creativity of the area’s residents; and an open house was held to show off the area’s impressive late 19th century architecture. An annual community fair was begun, both to bring together members of the community and to raise money for the association’s activities.

The documents collected here represent simple events in the life of the community--Halloween parties, card parties, Christmas caroling, baseball games, bowling outings--as well as the larger issues of zoning, crime, parking, housing code violations, landlord/tenant issues, liquor licensing, retail development, relations with the University of Pennsylvania and relations with other community organizations and the city.

As it enters its fourth decade, the Spruce Hill Community Association remains a vital organization. It remains committed to the quality of life issues upon which it was founded. In 1996 its “Spruce Hill Community Renewal Plan", developed in cooperation with the University of Pennsylvania, received the Pennsylvania Planning Association’s top award for “comprehensive planning by a small community." 

Organization and Arrangement

This collection is organized into seven series:

Series I - Administration (Boxes 1-5, 15)
1. Bylaws
2. Meeting Minutes
3. Membership Records
4. Dues Records
5. General Correspondence
6. Committee Records
7. Administrative Papers of Directors & Presidents
8. Activities
9. Miscellaneous

Series II - Financial (Boxes 5-7)
1. Budgets
2. Treasurers’ Reports
3. Banking Records (checks, deposit slips, bank statements)
4. Receipts and Bills Paid
5. Miscellaneous

Series III - May Fair Activities (Boxes 7-8, 15-16)
1. Planning
2. Permits
3. Rentals
4. Publicity
5. Financial
6. Bank Statements
7. Miscellaneous

Series IV - Other Activities (Boxes 9-11)
1. Miscellaneous
2. Zoning

Series V - Publications (Boxes 12-13, 16)
1. SHCA Newsletters 1959-1992
2. Close-at-Hand 1980-88
3. Flyers, Posters and Mailings
4. Newsclippings

Series VI - Other Organizations (Boxes 13-14)

Series VII - Photographs (PC-79)
1. 35 mm slides, arranged as a slide show
2. B&W prints

Series I. Administration. Materials include bylaws, minutes of meetings, membership and dues records, and general correspondence. This series also includes files relating to some committee activities, including the Elections Committee. There are several subseries documenting the involvement of various individuals who served on the SHCA Board of Directors, or as President of the SHCA, at various times. In addition, there is a subseries, arranged by year, of minutes, mailings, and related materials sent to the members, which document the activities of the SHCA for that year.

Series II. Financial. Materials include budgets, treasurers’ reports, bank records, and receipts and bills paid.

Series III. May Fair Activities. This series documents the annual May Fair, a major activity of the SHCA. The records include permits, financial records, committee reports, and publicity information (posters, flyers). See also Series VII. Photographs.

Series IV. Other Activities. This series documents the various programs and activities sponsored by or participated in by SHCA. SHCA had a wide-ranging mission to improve the quality of life in the community, and organized committees and projects to address issues such as parking, zoning, education, crime and safety, home improvement, and trash removal. SHCA also organized social activities such as house tours, parties, and fairs. The series includes correspondence, posters and flyers, minutes of committee meetings, newsclippings and publicity information. A separate subseries document the SHCA’s involvement with the zoning process.

Series V. Publications. This series consists of publications of the SHCA, including the SHCA newsletter, a local service directory (Close-at-Hand), and many flyers, mailings and posters promoting the organization and its activities. This series also includes files of clippings from local newspapers, documenting the activities of SHCA and the interests of its membership.

Series VI. Other Organizations. This series documents the relations of SHCA with many local community action and other organizations. SHCA supported or was involved in the activities of similar organizations such as the Friends of Clark Park. SHCA maintained files on the activities of organizations such as CLASP and the Institute for Civic Virtue, including their publications. This series also documents the relationship of SHCA with the University of Pennsylvania, the West Philadelphia Corporation, and the government of the City of Philadelphia.

Series VII. Photographs. This series consists of some B&W prints and about 1,300 35 mm color slides, arranged as a slide show with topical dividers, that document the activities of SHCA and its membership, especially the annual May Fair. The organization of slides reflects the arrangement provided by the Association; original title slides separate the slide groupings. Archive commentary in parentheses. Gaps in sheet reflect slides missing from the collection at the time it was organized. Additional 8x10 and 4x5 B&W prints of activities are indicated in folder descriptions at the end of the slide descriptions.
 

Processing Information

This collection was processed by Warren Adams, Elizabeth Bennett, Dennis Gallagher, Jon Pettit, and Nancy Thorne in the Spring of 1998.

 

Inventory

SERIES I. ADMINISTRATION

BOX 1

Bylaws
01 01 Bylaws 1960-68
02 Bylaws 1968-73
03 Bylaws 1968-74
04 Bylaws and Constitution 1973-84
05 Bylaws, Correspondence, Meeting Minutes 1978-85
06 Bylaws, Correspondence, Meeting Minutes 1978-85

Meeting Minutes
07 Board Meeting Minutes 1962-64
08 Meeting Minutes 1963-71
09 Board Meeting Minutes 1972-76
10 Meeting Minutes 1973-75
11 Board Meeting Minutes 1974-79
12 Meeting Minutes 1973-75
13 Board Meeting Minutes 1977-91
14 Board Meeting Minutes 1980-82
15 Board Meeting Minutes 1984
16 Board Meeting Minutes 1985
17 Board Meeting Minutes 1988
18 Board Meeting Minutes 1989

BOX 2

Membership Records
01 Membership Information 1969-76
02 Membership 1971-72
03 Membership List Changes 1973-6
04 Membership Lists 1976-79
05 Membership Lists 1988-89
Membership Records (3x5 cards)[See Box 15]

General Correspondence
06 Correspondence 1960-2
07 Correspondence 1964-5
08 Correspondence 1965-6
09 Correspondence 1965
10 Correspondence 1968-70
11 Correspondence 1969-72
12 Correspondence 1972
13 Correspondence 1972-7
14 Correspondence 1972-7
15 Correspondence 1975-6
16 Correspondence 1978-80
17 Correspondence 1985-86

Committee Records
18 Committee Correspondence 1985
19 Committee Members n.d.
20 Committee Reports n.d.
21 Nominating Committee 1967-89
22 Planning Committee n.d.
23 Revitalization Committee n.d.

BOX 3

Administrative Papers of Directors and Presidents
01 President, Allen Goldman, Correspondence 1968-70
02 President, Allen Goldman, Correspondence 1971-72
03 President, Allen Goldman, Correspondence 1972
04 President, Sally Johnson, Correspondence 1975-78
05 President, Sally Johnson, Bylaws, Meeting Minutes, & Correspondence 1976-77
06 President, Sally Johnson, Bylaws, Meeting Minutes, & Correspondence 1976-77
07 President, Barry Grossbach, Correspondence & Meeting Minutes 1978-79
08 President, Barry Grossbach, Correspondence 1978-79
09 President, Barry Grossbach, Correspondence & Meeting Minutes 1978-79
10 President, Peter Dodson, Correspondence 1982-83
11 President, Peter Dodson, Correspondence 1982-83
12 President, Peter Dodson, Correspondence 1982-83
13 President, Eva Christiansen, Speech n.d.
14 Director, Fran Byers, Correspondence 1983-84
15 Director, Fran Byers, Correspondence 1983-84
16 Director, Fran Byers, Correspondence 1983-84
17 Director, Fran Byers, Correspondence 1984-85
18 Director, Fran Byers, Correspondence 1983-86
19 Director, Fran Byers, Miscellaneous 1984
20 Director, Fran Byers, Correspondence 1984-85
21 Director, Fran Byers, Correspondence 1985

BOX 4

01 Director, Fran Byers, Correspondence 1986
02 Director, Fran Byers, Correspondence 1986
03 Director, Fran Byers, Recycling 1986
04 Director, Fran Byers, Correspondence 1986-87
05 Director, Fran Byers, Correspondence & Miscellaneous 1987
06 Director, Fran Byers, Correspondence 1989-90
07 Director, Fran Byers, Correspondence 1990-91
08 Director, Fran Byers, Meeting Minutes 1990

Activities
09 Activities 1972
10 Activities 1973-74
11 Activities 1981-82
12 Activities 1983-84
13 Activities 1983
14 Activities 1983
15 Activities 1984-85
16 Activities 1985
17 Activities 1986
18 Activities 1986-88
19 Activities 1987
20 Activities 1988
21 Activities 1988-90
22 Activities 1990-91
23 Activities 1991-92

Miscellaneous
24 History 1959-

BOX 5

01 Insurance Forms 1971-86
02 Grants 1974-79
03 Officers 1975-76
04 Parking Permit 1977-78
05 Parking Permit 1977-78
06 General Meeting 1979
07 Post Office 1985
08 Post Office 1985
09 Crime & Safety n.d.
10 Office Equipment & Supplies n.d.
11 Spruce Hill Center n.d.

SERIES II. FINANCIAL

Budgets
12 Budget 1965-85
13 Budget 1985-88

Treasurer’s Reports
14 Treasurer’s Reports 1928-67
15 Treasurer’s Reports 1967-76
16 Treasurer’s Reports 1968-69
17 Treasurer’s Reports 1977-78

Banking Records
18 Banking Check & Account Information 1958-62
19 Deposit Slips and Statements 1959-67
20 Checks & Check Statements 1959-68

BOX 6

01 Checking Information 1978-81
02 Old Checks 1978-81
03 Bank Statements 1985-88
04 Old Checks 1978-85
05 Bank Check Records 1985-87
06 Old Checks & Deposit Slips 1984-88

Receipts & Bills Paid
07 Bills Paid & Receipts 1959-61
08 Bills Paid & Receipts 1962
09 Bills Paid & Receipts 1965-68
10 Bills Paid & Receipts 1968-69

BOX 7

Miscellaneous
01 Utility Bills 1984-87
02 Maintenance Records 1984-86
03 Leases 1975-85
04 Tax Exempt Status Papers

SERIES III. MAY FAIR ACTIVITIES

Planning
05 May Fair Planning 19710-86

Permits
06 May Fair Permits 1966-76
07 May Fair Permits 1976-84
08 May Fair Permits 1985-88

Rentals
09 May Fair Rentals 1975-89

Publicity
10 May Fair Publicity 1960-83
11 May Fair Publicity 1984-88

Financial
12 May Fair Financial 1959
13 May Fair Financial 1960
14 May Fair Financial 1961
15 May Fair Financial 1966
16 May Fair Financial 1967
17 May Fair Financial 1967.79
18 May Fair Financial 1968
19 May Fair Financial 1969
20 May Fair Financial 1971

BOX 8

01 May Fair Financial 1972
02 May Fair Financial 1973
03 May Fair Financial 1974
04 May Fair Financial 1975
05 May Fair Financial 1976
06 May Fair Financial 1977
07 May Fair Financial 1978
08 May Fair Financial 1980
09 May Fair Financial 1981
10 May Fair Financial 1982
11 May Fair Financial 1983
12 May Fair Financial 1985
13 May Fair Financial 1986
14 May Fair Financial 1986-87
15 May Fair Financial 1987
16 May Fair Financial 1988

Bank Statements
17 May Fair Bank Statements 1977.80
18 May Fair Bank Statements 1978.80
19 May Fair Bank Statements 1980.81
20 May Fair Bank Statements 1981.82
21 May Fair Bank Statements 1982-83
22 May Fair Bank Statements 1983.84
23 May Fair Bank Statements 1984
24 May Fair Bank Statements 1984.85
25 May Fair Bank Statements 1985.86
26 May Fair Bank Statements 1987.88

Miscellaneous
27 May Fair Miscellaneous. 1983.89
28 May Fair Bulletins 1971.85
May Fair Lottery Ticket Stubs (3x5 cards) n.d.[ Filed in Box 15]
May Fair Posters 1979-93 [Filed in Box 16]

SERIES IV. OTHER ACTIVITIES

BOX 9

Miscellaneous
01 Abandoned Cars
02 Alcohol Rehabilitation Center
03 Auction
04 Block Meetings
05 Block Organization
06 Book Week
07 Christmas Tree Sale
08 Coffee House
09 Community Development Funds
10 Education
11 Grant Application--National Trust
12 Greenway
13 Health
14 Historical Buildings
15 Home Improvement Center
16 House Tour 1963
17 Housing
18 Housing Parcel Development Plans
19 Housing 1977-78
20 Housing Guides
21 Housing--Section 8
22 Housing--Section 8
23 Housing--Section 8--Questionnaire
24 Housing--Section 8 1980
25 Tenants
26 New York City Trip 1974
27 Open House 1983
28 Parking 1971
29 Parking 1982-83
30 Parking 1982-83

BOX 10

01 Penn Community Park
02 Penn Better Community Contest
03 Real Estate Investment Trust 1970
04 Recreation--Halloween Party
05 Recreation--Sports
06 Recreation--Swim Club
07 Recycling
08 Refugees 1981
09 Safety
10 Safety--Mounted Policemen
11 Safety--Neighborhood Safety Training Program
12 Sanitation
13 Sanitation
14 Sanitation
15 Sanitation--Pollution & Sanitation
16 Sanitation--Trash Containers
17 Sanitation--Trash Removal
18 Small Animal Hospital
19 Small Claims Court Study
20 Speakers
21 Spruce Hill Center--Cocktail Party Fundraiser
22 Street Trees
23 Transportation
24 Transportation--Bus--University of Pennsylvania
26 University City Citifest

Zoning
26 Zoning--Actions 1964-72
27 Zoning--Committee
28 Zoning--Committee
29 Zoning--Committee--Rose Amendolia
30 Zoning--Correspondence 1970-72
31 Zoning--Liquor Licence
32 Zoning--Liquor Licence
33 Zoning--Liquor Licence
24 Zoning--Liquor Licence

BOX 11

01-11 Zoning--Miscellaneous
12 Zoning--Properties--34th & Chestnut
13 Zoning--Properties--36th & Market
14 Zoning--Properties--40th & Baltimore
15 Zoning--Properties--40th St. Project & Dr. Raymond
16 Zoning--Properties--41st & Spruce
17 Zoning--Properties--42nd & Pine
18 Zoning--Properties--43rd & Chester
19 Zoning--Properties--47th & Spruce
20 Zoning--Properties--400 South 43rd
21 Zoning--Properties--501 Woodland Terrace
22 Zoning--Properties--3943 Chestnut
23 Zoning--Properties--4000 Pine
24 Zoning--Properties--4040 Locust
25 Zoning--Properties--4024 Spruce
26 Zoning--Properties--4029-31 Spruce
27 Zoning--Properties--4037-47 Spruce
28 Zoning--Properties--4104 Baltimore Avenue
29 Zoning--Properties--4112 Spruce
30 Zoning--Properties--4138 Walnut, 201 S. 42nd
31 Zoning--Properties--4200-4210 Baltimore Avenue
32 Zoning--Properties--4224-26 Baltimore Avenue
33 Zoning--Properties--4226 Baltimore Avenue
34 Zoning--Properties--4203 Walnut
35 Zoning--Properties--4334 Larchwood
36 Zoning--Properties--4420-22 Walnut
37 Zoning--Properties--4437 Spruce
38 Zoning--Properties--4441 Spruce
39 Zoning--Properties--4509 Sansom
40 Zoning--Properties--4522 Locust
41 Zoning--Properties--4527 Osage
42 Zoning--Remapping Project 1979-80
43 Zoning--Remapping Project 1982
44 Zoning--Remapping Project--Maps

{Additional maps housed separately in Roll # 1}

1. Spruce Hill Community Association - Recommendations November 1966, Adelmany Collins & DU TOT West Philadelphia Corporation
2. Federal Work Projects Administration Zoning Map Project No. 26206, Bureau of Engineering Surveys, October 1, 1962
3. Undated map in color, SCHA area
4. Map by Mark M. Molznitz, 4-29-87
45-49 Zoning--Remapping Project--Surveys

SERIES V. PUBLICATIONS

BOX 12

SHCA Newsletter
01 SHCA Newsletters 1959
02 SHCA Newsletters 1960
03 SHCA Newsletters 1961
04 SHCA Newsletters 1962
05 SHCA Newsletters 1963
06 SHCA Newsletters 1964
07 SHCA Newsletters 1965
08 SHCA Newsletters 1966
09 SHCA Newsletters 1969
10 SHCA Newsletters 1970
11 SHCA Newsletters 1971
12 SHCA Newsletters 1972
13 SHCA Newsletters n.d.
14 SHCA Newsletters 1973
15 SHCA Newsletters 1974
16 SHCA Newsletters 1975
17 SHCA Newsletters 1976
18 SHCA Newsletters 1977
19 SHCA Newsletters 1978
20 SHCA Newsletters 1979
21 SHCA Newsletters 1980
22 SHCA Newsletters 1981
23 SHCA Newsletters 1982
34 SHCA Newsletters 1983
25 SHCA Newsletters 1984
26 SHCA Newsletters 1985
27 SHCA Newsletters 1986
28 SHCA Newsletters 1987
29 SHCA Newsletters 1988
30 SHCA Newsletters 1991
31 SHCA Newsletters 1992
32 SHCA Newsletters 1969-70
33 SHCA Newsletters 1976
34 SHCA Newsletters 1979
35 SHCA Newsletters 1985

Close-at-Hand
36 Close-at-Hand 1980-88
37 Close-at-Hand 1980-88
38 Close-at-Hand 1980
39 Close-at-Hand 1981
40 Close-at-Hand 1982
41 Close-at-Hand 1983
42 Close-at-Hand 1984
43 Close-at-Hand 1986
44 Close-at-Hand 1988
Close-at-Hand Advertisers (3x5 cards) n.d.[Filed in Box 16]

BOX 13

Flyers, Posters & Mailings
01 Flyers & Posters
02 Flyers & Posters
03 Mailings 1981
04 Mailings 1989
Posters[Filed in Box 15]

Newsclippings
05 University City News
06 Newsclippings
07 Newsclippings 1976
08 Newsclippings
09 Newsclippings

SERIES VI. OTHER ORGANIZATIONS

10 Action Alliance of Senior Citizens
11 Affiliate Organization
12 Block Association of West Philadelphia
13 The Clearinghouse
14 Cedar Park Neighbors
15 CLASP
16 Community Alerting Service
17 Community Legal Service
18 Directories
19 Education Organization
20 Fast Forward
21 Financial Services
22 Free Library of Philadelphia
23 Friends of Clark Park
24 Garden Court Community Association
25 Garden Court Community Association
26 Gardening Organizations
27 Greater Philadelphia Partnership
28 Health Organizations
29 Institute for the Study of Civic Values
30 Institute for the Study of Civic Values
31 Keep America Beautiful
32 Newsletters--Miscellaneous Organizations
33 Newsletters--Miscellaneous Organizations

BOX 14

01 Newsletters--Miscellaneous Organizations
02 Northwest Tenants Organization
03 Osage Residents Council
04 Paul Weinberg’s Newsletter
05 Pennsylvania Cooperative Extension Service - Around Town
06 Philadelphia Clearinghouse for Community Funding
07 Philadelphia Council of Neighborhood Organizations
08 Philadelphia Partnership--Consumer Affairs Project
09 Philadelphia 701 Federal Program
10 Philadelphia Tenants Information Service
11 Political Organizations
12 PSFS
13 Public Interest Law Center
14 Safety Organizations
15 Squirrel Hill Community Association
16 University Citigroup
17 University City Arts League
18 University City Clean
19 University City Historical Society
20 University City Medical Center
21 University City News
22 University City Partners
23 University City Partners
24 University City Partners
25 University City Partners
26 University City Partners
27 University City Science Center
28 University City West Town Watch
29 West Area Health & Welfare Council
30 West Philadelphia Community Mental Health Consortium
31 West Philadelphia Corporation
32 West Philadelphia Corporation
33 West Philadelphia Partnership
34 West Philadelphia Partnership
35 West Philadelphia Partnership
36 West Philadelphia Partnership
37 University of Pennsylvania--Divinity School Property
38 University of Pennsylvania--Divinity School Property
39 University of Pennsylvania--Ice Skating Rink
40 University of Pennsylvania--Miscellaneous

BOX 15

Membership Records, May Fair Miscellaneous (see under Administration--Membership and May Fair)

BOX 16

Posters, May Fair (see under Publications-Posters and May Fair)

ROLL 1

Zoning--Remapping Project--Maps (see under Other Activities--Zoning){filed with map cabinets}

ROLL 2

Maps of Spruce Hill Area [with written information and coloring added]{filed with map cabinets}
01 Assesed Value [in $s]
02 Assesed Value/Acre/Block
03 Property Value
04 Housing Survey
05 Housing Types
06 Ownership
07 General Map
08 General Map
09 Land Use Intensity
10 Existing Land Use
11 Public Space
12 Parking
13 Public Transit
14 Race
15 Major Land Owners
16 Real Estate Directory, Property Holders
17 General Map

SERIES VII. PHOTOGRAPHS 

 

Photographs stored separately.
 
35mm color slides
 
Sheets 1-5 (SHCA organization .. slide set 32: 1-100)
 
32:
1-31 Spruce Hill Fair 5/6/61
32-45 Spruce Hill Garden Club 44th & Locust 1961
46-57 Baseball 1961
58-69 Spruce Hill Adult Recreation 1963
70-79 More Baseball 1969
80-100 Spruce Hill Bowling 1961
 
Sheets 6-10 (SHCA organization .. slide set 33: 1-100)
 
33:
1-60 Halloween 1961
61-66 More Baseball 1961
67-100 Fair 1962
 
Sheets 11-15 (SHCA organization .. slide set 34: 1-100)
 
34:
1-36 (May Fair 1962? Slides not labeled but were processed in 5/62)
37-42 Auction Sale SHCA 10/62 43-72 (May Fair 1962)
73-77 (Auction Sale SHCA 10/62 continued)
78-100 Halloween 1962
 
Sheets 16-20 (SHCA organization .. slide set 35: 1-100)
 
35:
1-36 (Halloween 1962 continued? Not labeled)
37-100 Square Dance 1962
 
Sheets 21-25 (SHCA organization .. slide set 36: 1-100)
 
36:
1-18 Dance November 1962
19-49 Card Party November 1962
50-54 Spruce Hill Fair Eve May 17
55-61 Spruce Hill Fair May 18, 1962 Yes? No!! (Fair rained out?)
62-100 Spruce Hill Fair May 25, 1962
 
Sheets 26-30 (SHCA organization .. slide set 37: 1-100)
 
37:
1-100 (May Fair 1963? Slides dated 6-7/63)
 
Sheets 31-35 (SHCA organization .. slide set 38: 1-100)
 
38:
1-7 (May Fair 1963?)
8-75 House Tour 1963
76-100 Garden Club Card Party 11/63
 
Sheets 36-40 (SHCA organization .. slide set 39: 1-100)
 
39:
1-9 Halloween Party 10/63
10-29 Candlelight & Carol Sing 12/22/63
30-44 Caroling-- Woodland Church Carolers
45-81 Shakespeare Show 10/64
82-100 Arbor Day Tree Planting 44th & Locust 4/24/64
 
Sheets 41-45 (SHCA organization .. slide set 40: 1-100)
 
40:
1-9 (Tree Planting continued?)
10-21 Fashion Show 10/64
22-23 Mrs. Hutchinson Lea School
24-75 House Tour May 1964
76-100 May Fair 5/64
 
Sheets 46-50 (SHCA organization .. slide set 41: 1-100)
 
41:
1-27 (May Fair 1964 continued?)
28-84 Frambes Garden 1964
85-100 Halloween 1964
 
Sheets 51-55 (SHCA organization .. slide set 42: 1-100)
 
42:
1-42 (Halloween 1964 continued?)
43-77 Card Party 1964
78-100 Xmas 1964
 
Sheets 56-60 (SHCA organization .. slide set 43: 1-100)
 
43:
1-8 (Xmas 1964 continued?)
9-28 Easter Exhibit 1965
29-100 Fair 1965
 
Sheets 61-65 (SHCA organization .. slide set 44: 1-100)
 
44:
1-19 (May Fair 1965 continued?)
20-29 Tree Lighting 1965
30-45 (Baseball?)
46-51 Fair 1968
52-82 Fair 1969
83-100 Spruce Hill Fair May 1970
 
Sheet 66 (SHCA organization .. slide set 52: 1-9)
 
52:
1-9 (May Fair 1974? Not labeled; processing date difficult to read)
 
Sheet 67
 
Miscellaneous:
 
5 slides (Portrait shots processed June 1979)
10 slides (Portrait shots processed November 1976)
2 slides (Halloween slides .. processed November 1965)
SHCA 30-30#1 (processed May 1963)
SHCA 30-30#2 (Halloween 1962)
 
B&W prints
 
79-1 Square Dance 1963 (Couple dancing)
Library Art Exhibition 6/26/63 (5 people)
Divinity School Chapter 5/63
Spruce Hill Garden Club 11/6/61
Benefit Dessert, Card Party A&P, 46th & Spruce (undated)
Book Week Free Library 4/63 (group shot . six people)
"Spruce Hill Event" (undated)
(Night shot; group of children. Undated)
(Two boys playing bassoons. Undated)
Annual dinner 6/64 Houston Hall U of P
Lea Fair 1963 Mrs. Mollinaro, Sylvania Barker
SW Corner 45th & Spruce (undated)
 
79-2 Three prints: Lucille Jones award June 3, 1964 (Spruce Hill Community Association president)
79-3 Five prints: Open House 1963
79-4 Three prints: Dedication . Land Utilization 9/7/63
Participants in the dedication
Granville Miller Gardens
Refreshments after the dedication
79-4 Five 4X5 B&W prints .. May Fair 5/5/62
79-5 Catholic School Group May 1962 2 8x10 and 1 4x5 B&W print