Tenant Action Group (Philadelphia, Pa.) Records

Collection ID: 
Acc. 580
Date: 
1975-1983
Footage: 
22 cubic feet
Collecting Area: 

Subjects:

 

HISTORICAL NOTE

The Tenant Action Group (TAG) represents the militant community based activism of the 1970's, which organized groups of poor people for political action around specific grievances. TAG grew out of the Northwest Tenants Organization, which was founded in 1968 as a rent strike-oriented group. Between 1972 and 1974, TAG developed as a political action and lobbying organization. It also offered advice to tenants of private housing on legal rights and bureaucratic procedures.

In 1974 TAG persuaded Ethel Allen to introduce rent control legislation to the City Council, and for the next two years it organized campaigns in support of the bill. It also waged a campaign for better Housing Code enforcement and the creation of a Housing Court. By 1977, TAG had developed a repair and deduct law and a Women's Fair Housing Bill. In support of its cause, TAG sponsored hearings, conferences and demonstrations. It worked closely with Community Legal Services, with other activist organizations in Philadelphia on issues such as heat for tenants, and with national and state tenants' organizations, including the State Tenants Organization of Pennsylvania (STOP). In 1980 TAG helped secure the establishment of a Philadelphia Housing Court, and it began to receive VISTA funds for neighborhood centers. However, by 1982 it was severely critical of the Housing Court, and the Reagan Administration had ended its VISTA support. Thus TAG continued to struggle both for tenants rights and its own existence.

Like similar community organizations, TAG was constantly wrestling with problems of finance, structure and commitment. Much of its funding came form sympathetic foundations. TAG's governing structure usually included representatives of local tenant groups, while committees dealt with specific issues and ongoing concerns. But it proved difficult to get tenants involved in issues beyond the immediate concerns of their houses. A Repair Action Group (RAG), was formed in 1975 to deal with specific complaints to landlords and/or the city. In addition, TAG created clinics to educate tenants about their rights and how to secure assistance with problems, and by the late seventies it was receiving many hundreds of calls each year. As some activists pointed out, the organization was trying to be both a social service agency and a militant political group. But that grew out of the understanding that TAG's goals in City Council could only be accomplished if its represented a substantial number of people, such as the tenants whose main interest in TAG was in the immediate help it offered.
 

COLLECTION OVERVIEW

The 22 cubic feet of TAG records illustrate the organization 's dual nature. Overall political and legislative activities are documented in a fairly complete set of minutes from 1975 to 1981, supplemented by correspondence files. Annual conference proceedings, publicity releases and other public relations files provide an overview of tactics and strategies. Specific tenant issues and campaigns around legislation in City Council are well documented, as are the activities of STOP, and the Repair Action Group. The largest single set of files--nearly half of the collection--consists of Interview Forms summarizing calls by tenants. The earliest date from 1975, but the bulk are from 1977 to 1981. The forms indicate the name and address of the complainant, the nature of the complaint and the action recommended by TAG. The organization would usually refer caller to the relevant city agency, Community Legal Services, or a politician, and/or send literature or try to get the tenant to attend a TAG clinic. The collection includes thousands of interview forms, providing a detailed and realistic picture of housing problems in Philadelphia.

- Urban Archives Notes . No. 30, Spring 1986, p. 4-5
 

ORGANIZATION AND ARRANGEMENT

This collection is arranged in seven series:
  • Series I - Administration
  • Series II - Activities
  • Series III- Legal Numbered Files
  • Series IV- Legal Subject Files
  • Series V- Repair Action Group
  • Series VI- Telephone Interviews
  • Series VII- Other Organizations
     

Series I - Administration. Includes administrative files of the Tenant Action Group's early organizing efforts as well as the agendas and minutes of its Steering Committee meetings. Also included in this series is administrative correspondence and a number of miscellaneous items.

Series II - Activities. Includes the Activities of the Tenant Action Group, including its dealings with the Department of Licenses and Inspections, Housing and Urban Development and the Philadelphia Housing Authority, as well as the general public. Also included are the records of the organizations efforts to promote rent control and fair housing legislation. Also included are the organization's records of heat abatement during the winters of 1977-82 and its media relations records.

Series III- Legal Numbered Files. These legal files are organized by number. Each number is taken from a list in records with each number on folder preceded by "D."

Series IV- Legal Subject Files. Th
ese files include a number of legal issues arranged in four major categories: Housing Court, Philadelphia Law, Pennsylvania Law and U.S. Law. The Housing Court files include the records of the Tenant Action Groups's efforts to organize a functional housing court as well as the records of the group's "Court Watch" committee, established to monitor the court. The Philadelphia legal files include the dealings of the Philadelphia Municipal Court, the U.S. District Court and housing code information. The bulk of the Pennsylvania legal files include TAG's efforts to pass legislation. The U.S. legal files include similar efforts on the federal level, including the Housing Act of 1978.

Series V- Repair Action Group. Includes the records of this sub-organization.

Series VI- Telephone Interviews, 1976-1983. The largest series. Consists of thousands of standardized telephone interview forms filled out by TAG employees and volunteers as they spoke with tenants who had called the organization seeking some form of assistance. Arranged by ward.

Series VII- Other Organizations. 
Includes files and information on other tenant organizations. The Northwest Tenant's Organization -- based in the Germantown area of Philadelphia was the pre-cursor to TAG and continued to operate as its own organization after the formal organization of TAG. The Philadelphia Tenant's Information Service was directly linked to TAG and published the periodical "Tenant's Advocate." Also included in this series is information on the State Tenant Organization of Pennsylvania.


ACQUISITION INFORMATION

Collection donated by: Eva Gladstein August, 1984

PROCESSING INFORMATION

Collection processed and inventory prepared by: Matthew S. Hopper November, 1997. 



INVENTORY

Series I- Administration

Box 1

Early Organization Efforts

01 First meetings - Early Organizing, 1974
02 Initial Organizing Efforts, 1976
03 Membership Registration, 1975-76

Steering Committee

Agenda and Minutes

04 1975
05 1976, January-May
06 1976, June-December
07 1977, January-May
08 1977, June-September
09 1977, September-December
10 1978, January-June
11 1978, July-December
12 1979, January-June
13 1979, July-December
14 1980, January-June
15 1980, July-December
16 1981
17 Inner-Committee Correspondence, 1977-78
18 Membership, 1976

Correspondence
19 General Correspondence, 1976
20 Letters: Requests for help, 1978-81
21 Letters: Requests for information, 1979-81
22 Indo-Chinese "Boat People," 1979
23 Eva Gladstein Letters, 1979

Budget
24 1981

Misc.
25 "Paul Robeson" Membership Letter Responses
26 Electoral Politics Committee, 1975
27 Services Assessment, 1977
28 Office- General, 1982

Series II- Activities

Box 2

Department of Licenses and Inspections

01 General Information
02 Publications, 1975-76

Housing Inspections

03 1972-73
04 1974-77
05 Summer, 1976

Unfit Housing

06 1971-73
07 1974-75
08 1975-77
09 1979
10 Cases, 1974-76

HUD/FHA

11 General Information
12 Research Material, Notes (Stenton)
13 Research and Notes
14 Occupancy Report List, 1974
15 Occupancy Report List, 1975
16 Newsletters, 1976-77
17 Anti-HUD and Anti-FHA Newsletters
18 Meeting- Washington DC, 1975
19 People United Against HUD (PUAH)
20 PHA/FHA- Investigation/Scandal
21 PHA, 1981-82

Heat Abatement

22 The Heat Abatement Issue, 1977
23 Early Files
24 General

Intake

25 October 1977-January 1978
26 October 1979-January 1980
27 Resolved Cases, 1981

Box 3

01 1982
02 1982-83
03 Court Watch

Rent Control

04 Beginning Efforts (July 1974)
05 Articles
06 Flyers
07 Signed Petitions, 1975
08 Cambridge Tenants Meeting
09 Bill #1657, 1974
10 Bill #1657- Synopsis, 1974
11 Bill #1657- Testimony/Opinions
12 Bill #1982, 1975
13 Bill #1982- Testimony, 1975
14 Anti-Rent Control, 1975
15 Questionnaire for Public Hearings on Rent Control Bill #1982

Conferences

16 1975- First Annual
17 1976- Second Annual
18 1977- Third Annual
19 Registration Forms
20 1978- Fourth Annual
21 Registration Forms
22 Evaluations
23 1979- Fifth Annual
24 Registration Forms

Box 4

01 1981- Seventh Annual

Fair Housing

02 General Information
03 Housing Discrimination- U.S., 1960's
04 Statistics- Rent Increase, etc.- Phila., 1977
05 Section 8
06 Wister Survey
07 Bergert Questionnaire
08 Training Workshop, August 11, 1979
09 City-Wide Tenant's Council
10 Tenants' Bill of Rights- Support Letters, 1977
11 Tenants' Rights Clinics/Eviction Clinics, 1978-79
12 Landlord/Tenant Arbitration
13 South Central Philadelphia Housing Study, 1972-73
14 TAG/STOP Informational Meeting, January 1977- Planning
15 Eva Gladstein- "How to Research Housing Issues in Phila" -1974
16 McDougal, Harold A. (Rutgers)- Papers
17 Task Force on Tenant Participation, 1978
18 List of Philadelphia Apartment Buildings

Media

19 Letters to Editor
Press Releases
20 1974
21 1975
22 1976
23 1977
24 Newsletters
25 Radio
26 T.V./Radio

Misc.

27 Neighborhood Renewal Program- Data, 1970-71
28 Used House Program
29 Unemployment Compensation Information
30 Germantown
31 South Central Philadelphia Development Potential Study, -1972
32 Arson Information
33 Suburban Housing
34 Allens Lane Apartments- West Mt. Airy Neighbors
35 Women's Credit Handbook
36 Consumer Education Program
37 Ward Leaders/Committee

Box 5

Series III- Legal Numbered Files

Full List of Legal Subjects:

01 1.1(1) Form 42, Lease Interpretation
02 1.1(2) Form 50, Uniform Lease Agreement
03 1.1(3)
04 1.1(5) Green Street West Lease
05 1.2 Construction of Leases
06 1.2(1) Independence of Lease Covenants
07 1.2(2) Adhesion Nature of Leases
08 1.2(3) Unconscionability of Leases
09 1.2(4) Effect of Fraudulent Inducement upon Leases
10 1.3(2) Law on Implied Warranty of Habitability
11 1.3(2)(2) Judicial Decisions on Implied Warranty
12 1.3(4) Security
13 2.1(1) Landlord Registration Ordinance
14 2.1(5) Defense of “No Demand for Rent"
15 2.1(6) Constructive Eviction
16 2.1(77) Waiver of Rent
17 2.2(1) Law vs. Distraint for Rent
18 2.2(3) Landlord and Tenant Officers
19 2.2(4) Bank Attachments
20 2.3(2) Unconscionability of Rent Increases
21 2.3(3) Obligation of Welfare Department to Pay for Rent Increases
22 2.4(1) Rent Control, Generally
23 2.5(1)(2) Constitutionality of Rent Withholding Act
24 2.5(1)(3) No. Of Six Month Terms under Rent Withholding Act
25 2.5(1)(4) Rent Withholding as Bar to Com. Law Rent Defense
26 2.5(1)(5)(1) “Unfit" Escrow Letter to Landlord
27 2.5(1)(6) Actions under Rent Withholding Act by Landlords to Recover Withheld Money
28 2.5(1)(7)
29 2.5(2) Common Law, Rent Withholding
30 2.5(3)(1) Complaints (Preliminary Injunction against Defendants)
31 2.5(3)(2) Preliminary Objections to Complaint Inequity
32 2.5(3)(3) Memoranda in Support of Preliminary Injunctions
33 2.5(3)(5) Memos Opposing Equitable Relief
34 2.5(3)(6) Memos on Equity Jurisdiction
35 2.5(3)(7) Escrowee’s Liability
36 3.1(1) Landlord Tenant Act of 1951
37 3.1(1)(1) Jurisdictional Requirements of Eviction
38 3.1(1)(2) Adequate Notice and Service to Parties
39 3.1(1)(4) Appeals from Municipal Court
40 3.1(1)(5) Appeals - Nunc Pro Tunc
41 3.1(1)(6) Appeals - Bond Requirements
42 3.1(1)(7) Appeals - In Forma Pauperis
43 3.1(1)(8) Petitions to Quash Appeals
44 3.1(1)(9)(b) Petition to Stay Eviction - Opening and Striking Judgements
45 3.1(2)(1) Self-help Injunctions
46 3.1(2)(2) Self-help Briefs
47 3.1(2)(2)(1) and 3.1(2)(2)(2) Self-help Injunctions and Damages
48 3.1(3) Injunctions in Federally Controlled Housing

Box 6

01 3.2(1) Retaliation (Eviction of Tenants on Rent Strike)
02 3.2(3) Abhorrence of Forfeitures
03 3.2(4)
04 4.4 Articles on Collective Bargaining Arguments and Tenant Unions
05 4.5 Arbitration
06 4.6(1) Conspiracy
07 4.7 Tenant Union Capacity to Sue
08 5.1(1) Municipal Court Act
09 5.1(2) Municipal Court Rules
10 5.1(3) Defense of Lack of Jurisdiction
11 5.2(1) Common Pleas Motion Court Rules
12 5.2(2) Common Pleas Motion Forms
13 5.3 District Court, Eastern District Pennsylvania
14 5.7 U.S. Supreme Court
15 5.8 Abuse and Malicious Use of Process
16 5.9 Contempt 17 8.1 Jurisdiction of U.S. Courts
18 8.2 HUD Civil Rights Acts
19 8.3 HUD Failure to Repair
20 8.4 HUD’s Obligation to Provide a Hearing
21 8.6 HUD’s Failure to Fund Programs
22 8.7 Actions to Quit Title
23 9.1(3) Appeals from Fair Housing Commission
24 9.1(4) Fair Housing Commission Hearing Briefs
25 9.2(2) Appeals from L & I Board of Review
26 9.2(3) Procedures of L & I Board of Review
27 9.3(3) Mandamus against L & I
28 9.3(4)
29 9.3(5) Collection of Fines by L & I
30 9.3(8) Action for Special Prosecutor
31 9.4(1) Primary Jurisdiction of Administrative Agency
32 9.5(1) HUD Programs
33 9.5(1)(1) Section 8 Housing
34 9.5(1)(2) Community Development Block Grants
35 9.5(1)(3) Rent Increase Hearing
36 9.6(1) Immunity
37 9.7
38 10.1 Injunctions - Repairs
39 10.2 Right to Repair and Deduct for Violations
40 11.1 Housing Discrimination - Complaints, etc
41 11.1(1) Diminution of Services due to Racial Change
42 11.1(2) Interference with First Amendment Rights
43 11.1(3) Denial of Due Process
44 12.2 Preliminary Objections and Motions to Dismiss
45 12.3 Answer and New Matter
46 12.4 Notice of Appeal
47 12.8 Model Interrogatories
48 12.10 Law and Forms on Intervention of a Party in a Lawsuit
49 12.11 Amendments to Complaints
50 12.12 Admissions in Pleadings
51 12.13 Counterclaim
52 12.14 Motion for Production of Documents
53 12.15 Petition to Assign Case to Single Judge
54 13 General Law on Landlord/Tenant Actions
55 14.2 Interpleader of Bank of the Escrowed Monies in a Rent Strike
56 14.3 Receivership
57 14.4 Attachment
58 15.1 Federal Jurisdiction
59 15.2 Consolidation of Actions
60 15.3
61 15.5 Statute of Limitations
62 15.6 Mootness
63 15.7 Res Judicata

Box 7

01 15.8 Class Actions
02 15.9 Statutory Construction
03 15.10 Sample Orders
04 15.11 Subpoena
05 15.12 Stipulation to Extend Time to Plead
06 15.13 Real Party in Interest
07 16.1 Code of Professional Responsibility
08 17 Arbitration Procedures
09 18.1 Corporations: Legal Remedies
10 18.2 Cooperative Associations
11 19 Zoning
12 20 Legislation
13 21.1 Slumlordism as a Tort
14 21.2
15 21.3 Actions for Non-Repair Generally
16 21.4 Forcible Detainer
17 21.5 Lead-Paint Poisoning
18 21.6 Settlement Agreement
19 21.7 Necessity for Impact as Condition for Damages
20 21.8
21 22 Public Housing Authority
22 23 Miscellaneous
23 24
24 25
25 26
26 27

Series IV- Legal Subject Files

Housing Court

27 Philadelphia Housing Court Committee
28 Housing Court Committee
29 Landlord and Tenant Court

Housing Court

30 Early Organizing Efforts
31 General
32 Misc.

Box 8

01 Monitoring, 1981
02 Press
03 Court Watch
04 Court Watch- Completed Forms
05 Multi-Family Housing Council- Court Cases, January-June -1982
06 Campaign for Justice

Philadelphia Law

Philadelphia Municipal Court

07 Prosecutions
08 Fines Paid, 1973
09 Fines Paid, 1974
10 Statistics, 1977-78

U.S. District Court - Philadelphia

11 Kayden v. Horvath, 1975
12 Walker/Aikens v. Smith, 1975
13 Allen v. Druckenmiller, 1976
14 Burrell v. Philadelphia- Escrow Case
15 City Council v. Consumer Ed. and Protect. Assoc.1980
16 Whitman Park Lawsuit, 1976-77
17 Legal Cases- Misc., 1972-74

Philadelphia Housing Code

18 Information
19 Code Enforcement Study
20 Code Enforcement- Working Copy
21 Violations- Raw Data

Philadelphia Politics

22 North Philadelphia Political Address Directory, 1969
23 Philadelphia Wards, 1970's
24 Petitions- Public Utilities Commission- Proposed

Misc.

25 Committee to Reorganize C.L.S., 1976-77
26 Phila. Tenant Union- Landlord Relations Ordinance
27 Misc., 1976-77

Box 9

Pennsylvania Law

Pennsylvania Legislation

01 S.B. #1079, 1974
02 S.B. # 944, 1977
03 H.B. #1335, 1978
04 H.B. #1335, 1978- Campaign Letters
05 Lien Bill, 1979
06 H.B. #1762, 1979-80
07 S.B. #530/531/1085/1184/1185, 1981-82

Pennsylvania Legislative Updates

08 Community Legal Services, 1977-79
09 Housing Legislation Info., 1980
10 Housing Legislation Info., 1981

Misc.

11 Penna. Legislation, Misc., 1972-77
12 Penna. House of Representatives- Profiles, 1977-78
13 Penna. House of Representatives- Map, 1977-78

U.S. Law

14 U.S. Legislation, 1976-77
15 Housing Act of 1978


 
Legal Misc.
Legal Forms

16 IFP Potential Form
17 Various
18 Checklist of Docs Received
19 Various- Blank
20 Various- Blank
21 Subpoena-Filled

Box 10

Series V.- Repair Action Group (RAG)

Administration

Minutes

01 1976
02 1977
03 1978
04 Press Releases, etc.
05 Misc.

Correspondence

06 City/State Gov't, 1975-78
07 General Public, 1975
08 General, 1976
09 General Public, 1976
10 "Dear Friends" Letters, 1975-76
11 General, 1977
12 General, 1977
13 General Public, 1978
14 Dept of L & I, 1978
15 Incoming, Tenants, 1977-78
16 Incoming, General, 1975-77

Activities

Referrals

17 1976
18 1976-78
19 First Repair and Deduct Letter
20 Second Repair and Deduct Letter
21 Progress Report Forms

Action Taken

22 A-C
23 C-D
24 E-H
25 I-J
26 K-N
27 O-R
28 S-Z
29 Bessie Lewis
30 Gonzalves/Jardin

Phone Interviews

31 1975
32 1976- August-September
33 1976- October
34 1976- October
35 1976- November
36 1976- December
37 1977- March

Box 11

Series VI.- Telephone Interviews, 1976-1982 (by ward)

1 Ward Map
2-3 Ward 1
4-5 Ward 2
6-7 Ward 3
8-9 Ward 4
10-12 Ward 5
13-14 Ward 6
15 Ward 7
16 Ward 8

Box 12

01-04 Ward 8
05-06 Ward 9
07-08 Ward 10 09-11 Ward 11
12-15 Ward 12
16 Ward 13

Box 13

01 Ward 13
02 Ward 14
03-04 Ward 15
05-06 Ward 16
07-08 Ward 17
09 Ward 18
10 Ward 19
11-12 Ward 20
13-14 Ward 21
16-17 Ward 22

Box 14

01-02 Ward 23
03-04 Ward 24
05-06 Ward 25
07 Ward 26
08-10 Ward 27
11-12 Ward 28
13-14 Ward 29
15-17 Ward 30 18 Ward 31

Box 15

01 Ward 31
02-04 Ward 32
05 Ward 33
06-08 Ward 34
09-10 Ward 35
11-14 Ward 36
15-16 Ward 37
17-18 Ward 38
19-20 Ward 39

Box 16

01-02 Ward 40
03 Ward 41
04 Ward 42
05-06 Ward 43
07-09 Ward 44
10 Ward 45
11-16 Ward 46
17-18 Ward 47
19-20 Ward 48

Box 17

01-04 Ward 49
05 Ward 50
06-08 Ward 51
09-10 Ward 52
11 Ward 53
12 Ward 54
13 Ward 55
14-15 Ward 56
16-17 Ward 57
18-19 Ward 58
20 Ward 59

Box 18

01-04 Ward 59
05-08 Ward 60
09-10 Ward 61
11 Ward 62
12 Ward 63
13 Ward 64
14 Ward 65
15-17 Ward 66
18-20 Outside Philadelphia
21-22 Unknown Ward

Box 19

01-10 Unknown Ward

Series VII.- Other Organizations

Northwest Tenants Organization

Administration

11 Annual Report, 1972
Correspondence
12 1972-73
13 1974
14 1975
15 Potential Members, 1976
16 Proposals/Evaluations

Legal

17 Code Enforcement
18 Tenants Bill of Rights
19 Memorandum of Law, 1977
20 Penna. Rent Withholding Law

Activities

Housing Info.

21 U.S.- General

Box 20

1 U.S.- General
2 Letter Writing Campaign, 1976
3 Heat Complaints
4 Tenants' History Project
5 Woodbine Tenants Council
6 Housing Telecast Proposals

Misc.

7 Forms, Various
8 Legal Forms, misc.
9 Legal Forms, blank
10 NTO Media - Feature Article
11 Misc.

Philadelphia Tenants' Information Service

Administration

12 Board of Directors, 1973-74

Legal

13 Communication with C.L.S., 1975
14 Lawyer Reference, 1975
15 Legal Referral, 1975-6
16 Legal Referral Slips, 1975-76

Projects

17 Housing Emergency Speech
18 Tenant's Advocate- Local Reports
19 Charles Hibbs Information

Earl Halpern Article, by Kenneth Kimimnik, 1974

20 Final Product
21 Interview Notes
22 Raw Data
23 Raw Data
24 Drafts
25 Drafts
26 Property Cards
27 Documentary

Philadelphia Redevelopment Info., 1970's

28 Information
29 Finance
30 Misc.
31 Mortgage Disinvestment in N.W. Philadelphia, 1973

Box 21

1 Central Escrow Collection, 1975-76
2 Research methods
3 Real Estate Research Services
4 6203 Spruce Street, 1973

Misc.

5 Misc. Legal Forms Blank
6 Misc.

Phone Interviews

7 1974-75
8 Oct. 1975
9 Nov. 1975
10 Dec. 1975
11 Jan. 1976
12 Feb. 1976
13 Mar. 1976
14 Apr. 1976
15 May. 1976
16 Jun. 1976
17 Jul/Aug. 1976
18 Sept. 1976
19 Oct. 1976
20 Nov. 1976
21 Dec. 1976
22 Correspondence, 1975

State Tenant Organization of Pennsylvania (STOP)

Administration

23 Planning
24 Press/PR, 1976

Tenant's Advocate

25 T.A.
26 T.A.
27 Penna. Activities Information
28 Literature, 1977-79

Legal

29 State Legislation, misc.
30 Senate Bills 753 (1974), 1079 (1973)

Box 22

1 H.B. 1570 and H.B. 1571, 1975
2 H.B. 1570 and H.B. 1571, 1975
3 Legislative Campaign, 1976
4 Pennsylvania House Bills: H.B.1724 (1977); 1570 (1975); 1335 (1977)

Activities

5 O'Donnell Study- Germantown HUD, 1975
6 "Mass Organizing" Speech, B. Jefferson, 1975
7 Annual Meeting, 1976-77

Misc.

8 Misc., 1978-79

Other Organizations

9 Black Political Convention, 1979
10 Democratic Party- Rules, Principles
11 Institute for the study of Civic Values, 1976
12 Planners Network- San Francisco, 1975
13 Coalition Against Slum Housing (CASH)
14 Padres Unitos
15 Kensington Joint Action Council (KJAC)
16 Preachers United To Save Housing (PUSH), 1975
Other Information
17 Philadelphia Periodicals on Housing
18 Tenant Papers- U.S.
19 East Coast Housing Information, 1976
20 Periodicals- U.S., Misc.