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Urban Archives Pamphlet Collection, Part 19: Industrial-Its

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SCRC 409

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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 These consist of published and unpublished materials usually received by the SCRC along with donated manuscript collections.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 Urban Archives Pamphlet Collection contains approximately 10,000 items filed in boxes and assigned a box/item location number, which appears below after each pamphlet entry. The inventory below is arranged by title.

Related Material

See also the Urban Archives Pamphlet Collection, Additions and the Free Library of Philadelphia Pamphlet Collection.

Inventory

This inventory has been divided into forty-seven parts:

Part 1: A.C.T.I.O.N-Allens
Part 2: Allocation-Applying
Part 3: Appraisal-Battle
Part 4: Beacon-Bucks
Part 5: Budget-Carson
Part 6: Case-Cities
Part 7: Citizen-Commonwealth
Part 8: Community-Conservation
Part 9: Consolidation-Dedication
Part 10: Defending-Developments
Part 11: Diagnosis-Eastwick
Part 12: Econometric-Estimates 
Part 13: Evaluation-Final
Part 14: Finances-Furnished
Part 15: Future-Guiding
Part 16: Haddington-Hope 
Part 17: Hospital-Housing
Part 18: How-Individual
Part 19: Industrial-Its
Part 20: Jails-Living
Part 21: Local-Master
Part 22: Material-Mutual
Part 23: Myths-New
Part 24: Newark-Number
Part 25: Nurses-Organizing
Part 26: Origin-Pennsport
Part 27: Pennsylvania-Phase
Part 28: Philadelphia-Philadelphia Needs
Part 29: Philadelphia 1950-Philadelphia's Future
Part 30: Philadelphia's General-Plan
Part 31: Planned-Poverty
Part 32: Powelton-Programs
Part 33: Progress-Proposed
Part 34: Pros-Real
Part 35: Reallocation-Rejuvenation
Part 36: Relation-Report from
Part 37: Report Number-Report of
Part 38: Report on-Resident
Part 39: Residential-School
Part 40: Schuykill-Soil
Part 41: Soldier-States
Part 42: Statistical-Summarized
Part 43: Summary-System
Part 44: Tabular-Tourism
Part 45: Toward-University's
Part 46: Unlawful-Wharton
Part 47: What-Zooming

Part 19: Industrial - Its

INDUSTRIAL AND OCCUPATIONAL TRENDS IN NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT 1910 -1940, 1910-1948 by Gladys L. Palmer and Ann Ratner. Research report no. 11. Industrial Research Department. Wharton School of Finance and Commerce University of Pennsylvania. 1949. Variously paged. [684-7]

INDUSTRIAL AREA PROFILES. Technical paper. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 1981. 38 pp. [639-11]

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT IN DELAWARE COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA (initial draft July 29, 1966) by John A. Harris. 1966. 11 pp. [792-20]

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT IN PENNSYLVANIA. A report to Governor Milton J. Shapp. Binswagner Corporation. No date. 23 pp. [640-4]

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT IN PHILADELPHIA. Industrial Bureau of the Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. Basic 5 year study, 1933 -1937. Annual supplements, 1938-1942. [121-3]

INDUSTRIAL DIRECTION 1964-1965 Montgomery County Pennsylvania. Montgomery County Industrial. Montgomery County Industrial Development Committee. 1963. 80 pp. [511-6]

INDUSTRIAL DIRECTORY - BURLINGTON COUNTY, NEW JERSEY. Burlington County Economic Development Committee. 1960. 47 pp. [492-1]

INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT PROGRAMMING PROJECT by Joseph Oberman ... Prepared.. under the direction of Joseph Oberman, Chief, Economic Development Unit, Department of Finance, City of Philadelphia. 1969. 21 pp. [791-4]

INDUSTRIAL ECONOMY IS FIRST CREATED BY PROPER LOCATION. Jordan Realty Corporation, Philadelphia. 12 pp. 1929. [463-8]

INDUSTRIAL HOME WORK IN PENNSYLVANIA IN 1936. Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry, Bureau of Women and Children. 12 pp. 1937. [464-10]

INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE AS A FACTOR IN PRODUCTION, by Bernard J. Newman; from The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Philadelphia.
1920. 7 pp. [353-20]
1958. 17 pp and maps. [46-8]
1956. 298 pp. [269-10]
1956. 289 pp. [500-8]

INDUSTRIAL LAND USE FOR PHILADELPHIA IN RELATION TO METROPOLITAN AREA DEVELOPMENT. Philadelphia City Planning Commission.
1951. 49 pp. and maps. [121-7]
1950. 49 pp. [753-3]

INDUSTRIAL LAND USE IN BURLINGTON COUNTY NEW JERSEY, by Gerald Breese. Bureau of Urban Research. Princeton, New Jersey. 1951. 89 pp. and maps. [71-16]

INDUSTRIAL PARK SURVEY. Industrial Development Committee. Citizens Council of Delaware County. 1962. 5 pp. [123-1]

INDUSTRIAL PHILADELPHIA, by John J. Macfarlane; from Commercial America. May 1912. 12 pp. [398-3]

INDUSTRIAL PLANT LOCATION DATA, 1957. Philadelphia Department of Commerce.
1957. 221 pp. [462-6] [269-7]

INDUSTRIAL POLICIES SURVEY FOR HOURLY AND SALARIED EMPLOYEES. Prepared by South Jersey Manufactures Association. 1973. 40 pp. [583-4]

INDUSTRIAL PROGRESS AND ECONOMIC RESEARCH. University of Pennsylvania. Wharton School. 1946. 40 pp. [676-4]

INDUSTRIAL REDEVELOPMENT IN PHILADELPHIA'S AMERICAN STREET AREA. Report to the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Philadelphia by Arthur D. Little, Inc. 1961. 26 pp. [507-18]

INDUSTRIAL REDEVELOPMENT IN THE AMERICAN STREET STUDY AREA "A". For Redevelopment Authority of the City of Philadelphia by Ebasco Services, Inc. 1962. Variously paged. [507-13]

INDUSTRIAL RENEWAL: REQUIREMENTS AND OUTLOOK FOR PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia. Community Renewal Program. 1964. 74 pp. [506-4]

INDUSTRIAL SITE SELECTION, BURLINGTON COUNTY, NEW JERSEY:A CASE STUDY OF EXISTING AND POTENTIAL INDUSTRIAL LOCATION, by Gerald Breese. The Bureau of Urban Research, Princeton University. 1954. 115 pp. and maps. [121-11]

AN INDUSTRIAL SURVEY OF WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. Wilmington Chamber of Commerce. No date (ca. 1936). 28 pp. and 3 maos. [121-1]

INDUSTRIAL UTILIZATION OF RESEARCH IN THE LIFE AND BIO-MEDICAL SCIENCES IN SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA. Phase 1: Survey of Resources, Requirements, and Opportunities in the Area by Paul W. Maraist and Douglas M. Medville. 1964. Variously paged. [500-10]

INDUSTRIAL WASTE PROGRESS IN THE DELAWARE VALLEY. In the steel chemical and petroleum industries. Proceedings of 1955 Pennsylvania clean streams conference. Pennsylvania State Chamber of Commerce. 1955. 32 pp. [628-2]

INDUSTRY AS AN ECONOMIC INSTITUTION. Eight grade tentative. Philadelphia School District. 1957. 113 pp. [412-7]

INDUSTRY ON THE DELAWARE. The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. 1952. 40 pp. [507-16] [462-8]

INDUSTRY OPPORTUNITY REPORT. Warehousing and distribution. Pennsylvania. Bureau of Economic Development. (1973). 42 pp. [586-5]

INFORMAL EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR OLDER PEOPLE IN THE PHILADELPHIA AREA. A guide for program planners. Health and Welfare Council. 1958. 24 pp. [635-3]

INFORMAL MEMORANDUM RE: TENTATIVE PROJECTIONS OF GENERAL FUND REVENUES AND OBLIGATIONS, 1956 - 1960. Prepared for Citizen's Budget Committee by Museum of Municipal Research and Pennsylvania Economy League. 1956. 15 pp. [480-9]

INFORMATION ABOUT APPLICANT AND SUPPORTING ORGANIZATIONS. YMCA of North Central Phila. Women's Health Concerns Committee, Teenage Parent Committee, Teen Aid, Inc. Big Sisters of Philadelphia, Planned Parenthood. (1978). no paging. [660-12]

INFORMATION BOOKLET: EASTWICK REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT. Phialdelphia Redevelopment Authority. 40 pp. 1958. [451-11]

INFORMATION BULLETIN - DELAWARE RIVER BASIN STUDY. Brief summary of water needs and tentative plan of development. United States Army Engineer District Philadelphia. 1960. 38 pp. 1961. Revised edition. 39 pp. [485-2]

INFORMATION ON COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS IN PHILADELPHIA. Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania. 1969. Variously paged. [520-7]

INFORMATION ON PHILADELPHIA'S FIRST YEAR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM. Philadelphia. Office of the Development Coordinator. 1975. 37 pp. [589-8]

INFORMATION ON PHILADELPHIA'S SECOND YEAR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM. Philadelphia. Office of Housing and Community Development. 1976. 34 pp. [478-5]

AN INFORMATION PAPER ON CITY AND SCHOOL FINANCES IN PHILADELPHIA. Prepared by a Special Committee on City and School Finances. Sponsored by the Greater Philadelphia Movement. 1971. 8 pp. [510-8]

AN INFORMATION PAPER ON CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN PHILADELPHIA. Preapred by a special Criminal Justice Committee. Sponsored by the Greater Philadelphia Movement. 1971. 28 pp. [503-4]

AN INFORMATION PAPER ON EDUCATION AND CULTURE IN PHILADELPHIA. Prepared by a Special Education and Culture Committee. Sponsored by the Greater Philadelphia Movement. 1971. 38 pp. [510-8]

INFORMATION PAPER ON HOUSING IN PHILADELPHIA. Greater Philadelphia Movement. 1975. 9 pp. [727-9]

INFORMATION PLEASE! A Resource Booklet for Persons Living in North Central Philadelphia. Friends Neighborhood Guiild, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1962. 14 pp. [86-1]

INFORMATION RE JEWISH POPULATION IN GERMANTOWN. National Jewish Welfare Board. 1951. 11 pp. [468-18] Contents: Also, analysis of Jewish population in Olney, Oak Lane, West Oak Lane.

INFORMATION REGARDING THE PUBLIC HOUSING PROGRAM WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO BALTIMORE. Baltimore Housing Authority. 1949. 23 pp. [779-14]

INFORMATION BULLETIN No. 1. WOMAN'S 44 HOUR LAW. Pennsylvania. Department of Labor and Industry. 1937. 24 pp. [679-17]

INFORMATIONAL MATERIAL ON SOCIAL EDUCATION AND ACTION. National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers. (1961). 7 pamphlets. [667-15]

INFORMATIVE FOLDER ON OAK LANE PARK. Philadelphia. 1962. variously paged. [240-18] Contents: With plans of apartments.

AN INQUIRY INTO THE TAX IMPLICATIONS OF REDEVELOPMENT AND URBAN RENEWAL IN THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, BASED UPON SELECTED REDEVELOPMENT AND RENEWAL AREAS. Philadelphia. Office of the Development Coordinator. 1958. 27 pp. [502-2]

INSIDE FACTS. Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations. April 1955-May 1961. Variously paged. [275-11] Contents: Holdings incomplete.

INSIDE PENNSYLVANIA. Philadelphia Bulletin. 1974. 47 pp. [729-9]

INSIDE PHILADELPHIA: A NEW KIND OF NEW TOWN, by Henry S. Churchill. In Architectural Forum . 1954. pp 140-143. [68-15]

THE INSTITUTE OF PENNSYLVANIA HOSPITAL. No date. Variously paged. [541-11]

INSTITUTE ON THE COLLECTION AND USE OF DATA BASED ON RACE, RELIGION, OR NATIONAL ORIGIN. Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations. Philadelphia Fellowship Commission. 1959. 39 pp. [468-10]

INSTITUTES. Pennsylvania Conference on Social Welfare. February 8,9,10,11, 1928. (4 pp.). [657-58]

INSTRUCTIONS OF ENUMERATIONS. Thirteenth Census of the United States April 15, 1910. U.S. Bureau of the Census. 1910. 69 pp. [674-17]

THE INSURRECTIONIST, Bernard Mc Cormick, in Greater Philadelphia Magazine , June, 1964. 15 pp. [398-31]

INTERCITY DIFFERENCES IN COSTS OF LIVING IN MARCH 1935, 59 CITIES by Margaret Loomis Stecker. Preliminary report. 1937. 193 pp. [680-5]

INTERCOASTAL WATERBORNE COMMERCE DELAWARE RIVER PORT TERRITORY. Delaware River Port Authority.
1949. 31 pp. [612-10]
1962. 31 pp. [622-4]

INTER-COUNTY AND REGIONAL COOPERATION. Blueprint for a better Philadelphia Report to the People no. 13 by Arlen Specter. No date. 12 pp. [508-11]

INTERDEPENDENCE IN THE PENJERDEL REGION, A report to: Penjerdel Greater Philadelphia Movement and Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia by Robert E. Coughlin, Mark Barchas, Thomas R. Hammer and Benjamin Stevens. 1967. 149 pp. [479-10]

INTERESTED NEGROES INCORPORATED. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Operational Proposal Submitted to the Ford Foundation for funding consideration. No date. Variously paged. [569-17]

INTERESTING STATEMENT, by A. Merritt Taylor. Delaware County Real Estate News . 1925. 5 pp. [171-7] Contents: Current construction of new housing, tributary to 69th Street Terminal or transportation lines radiating westward from 69th Street Terminal, Philadelphia and West Chester Traction Syatem.

INTER-GOVERNMENTAL RELATIONSHIPS. HATFIELD BOROUGH AND HATFIELD TOWNSHIP. A study for the HATFIELD Community Survey Committee. Fels Institute of Local and State Government. 1965. 65 pp. plus appendix. [536-9]

INTERGROUP PROBLEMS IN HOUSING, 1958-1960. Philadelphia. Commission on Human Relations. 1961. 21 pp. [470-25] [393-21]

INTERIM PROGRESS REPORT. Period of July 1964 through January 1965 by Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Compact to the Housing and Home Finance Agency on Commuter Rail Demonstration. Project No. PA-MTD-1 1965. Var. paged. [484-9]

INTERIM REPORT. Commission on Decentralization and Community Participation. 1969. 97 pp. [600-4]

INTERIM REPORT ATLANTIC COAST DEEP WATER PORT FACILITIES STUDY. Eastport, Maine to Hampton Roads, Virginia. U.S. Army. Corps of Engineers, Philadelphia District. 1973. 118 pp plus maps. [622-2]

INERIM REPORT ON ADMINISTRATION OF STATE RENT CONTROL ACT OF 1953. New Jersey State Department of Conservation and Economic Development. State Rent Control Office. 1954. variously paged. [739-13]

INTERIM REPORT ON EMERGENCY HOUSING FOR VETERANS, by the New Jersey Department of Economic Development. 1947. 130 pp. [227-2]

INTERIM REPORT ON RELOCATION OPERATIONS. Philadelphia Housing Authority. 1953. 11 pp. [87-24]

INTERIM REPORT ON THE URBAN RENEWAL IMPACT STUDY. Action-Housing, Inc. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 1960. 23 pp. [56-2]

INTERJURISDICTIONAL AGREEMENTS IN SOUTHEASTEN PENNSYLVANIA by George Blair. 1961. 136 pp. [525-6]

INTERLOCAL RELATIONS IN PENNSYLVANIA. Pennsylvania Department of Community Affairs. Prepared by Judith A. Valunas. 1969. Variously paged. [525-9]

INTERNAL AUDIT OF CHILDREN'S CASES IN THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA by John G. Hill. 1952. 396 pp. [636-2]

INTERNATIONAL WATERBORNE COMMERCE REPORT 1976. Ameriport (Ports of Philadelphia). 16 pp. [707-12]

INTER-RACIAL HOUSING IN LANDSOWNE, PENNSYLVANIA (a survey of Landsowne real estate brokers), by Don M. Knerr and Robert B. Schaefer. 1968. 70 pp. [398-29]

THE INTERSTATE-FEDERAL COMPACT. Special Bulletin of the Water Resources Association of the Delaware River Basin. No date. (1961?). Unpaged pamphlet. [113-6]

INTERSTATE-FEDERAL COMPACT FOR THE DELAWARE RIVER BASIN. Delaware River Basin Advisory Committee. 1961. 27 pp. [113-7] [519-13] [517-3]

INTRA-CITY BUSINESS CENSUS STATISTICS FOR PHILADELPHIA. United States Census Bureau. 1937. 41 pp. [465-5]

INTRASTATE WATER RESOURCES SURVEY. Delaware. Executive Department. 1959. Variously paged. [610-1]

INTRODUCTION...HANDI-CRAFTERS, INC. A Chester County non-profit facility for the habilitation and rehabilitation of handicapped persons. No date. No paging. [555-15] 

INTRODUCTION TO THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN FOR THE CITY CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY. Camden City Planning Board. No date. Variously paged. [495-23]

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE ECONOMICS OF PHILADELPHIA'S CULTURAL ORGANIZATIONS. Findings of an economic impact survey conducted by the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance. 1975. 28 pp. [475-2]

INTRODUCTORY SURVEY OF SOCIAL AREAS OF WEST PHILADELPHIA by Mary W. Herman, Robert J. McMullin, Yvonne S. Perry. 1963. 112 pp. [647-12]

INTRODUCTORY TALK ON INSPECTION TRIP, by John Ihlder. National Public Housing Conference. 1936. 8 pp. [145-4] Contents: Progress of the housing program of the Alley Dwelling Authority for the District of Columbia.

INVENTORY OF HIGHER EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES IN THE PHILADELPHIA AREA. A report to the Committee on Higher Educational Opportunities in Philadelphia. Prepared by Government Consulting Service Institute of Local and State Government. 1956. 11 pp. and 39 tables. [534-13]

INVENTORY OF HISTORIC AND CULTURAL RESOURCES. Montgomery County Planning Commission. 1975. 143 pp. [744-2]

INVENTORY OF PUBLIC RECREATION AREAS AND PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Philadelphia city Planning Commission. April 1961. 72 pp. plus maps. [110-17]

INVENTORY OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND PUBLIC RECREATION AREAS. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1958. 57 pp. [298-7] Contents: Includes a map of public schools and recreation areas.

INVENTORY OF REGIONAL RESEARCH. Study Commissiom of the Philadelphia Metropolitan Area. 1959. n.p. [471-4]

AN INVENTORY OF RESEARCH ON CCDC OBJECTIVES. Citizens Council of Delaware County Research Committee. 1962. 7 pp. [471-3]

INVENTORY OF SOCIAL RESOURCES. Germantown-Chestnut Hill -Roxborough-Manayunk. Philadelphia. Community Renewal Program. 1964. 120 pp. [599-13]

INVENTORY OF WORK ON REAPPORTIONMENT BY STATE LEAGUES OF WOMEN VOTERS. Prepared by League of Women Voters of the United States. 1963. 60 pp. [650-7]

AN INVESTIGATION OF LOCATION FACTORS INFLUENCING THE ECONOMY OF THE PHILADELPHIA REGION by Benjamin H. Stevens, Carolyn A. Brackett and Robert E. Coughlin. A report to Greater Philadelphia Movement and Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. Regional Science Research Institute.
1966. 77 pp. [478-8]
1967. Paper no. 12. [503-5]

INVESTIGATION OF REQUIREMENTS FOR NEW MAJOR AIRPORT FOR NEW JERSEY by Albert E. Blomquist Consulting transportation engineer. (1967). 14 pp. [603-11]

INVESTIGATORY HEARING REPORT. Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission. 1968. 163 pp. [639-8]

THE INVESTMENT TRADERS ASSOCIATION OF PHILADELPHIA...Directory of Members. Constitution and by-laws. 1971. 26 pp. [641-1]

IS PHILADELPHIA AHEAD IN URBAN RENEWAL?, William L. Rafsky. In The Realtor. 1958. pp. 8-9, 24-25 [55-31]

IS POLITICS YOUR JOB? League of Women Voters of the United SStates.
1946. 23 pp. [651-5]
1956. 22 pp. [651-6]

IS THE MOVEMENT FOR BETTER HOUSING MAKING PROGRESS IN AMERICA?, by Bernard J. Newman. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1928. 10 pp. [152-18]

IS THE PARK TOO STARK? Fairmount Park's recreational possibilities remain untapped, by Charles H. MacNamara; in Greater Philadelphia Magazine , October 1966. 5 pp. [291-13]

IS URBAN RENEWAL ON THE RIGHT TRACK? OBJECTIVES AND OPERATING PROBLEMS, by Michael Von Moschzisker. Paper presented at Community Leadership Seminar Sponsored by Fels Institute, University of Pennsylvania. January 10, 1961. 9 pp. [80-10]

THE ISSUE OF REGIONAL CAPITAL PROGRAMMING. Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission. 1969. 34 pp. [448-14]

ISSUES FOR THE 1980'S. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. No date. 81 pp. [512-14]

ISSUES ; four articles dealing with population and housing trends in Philadelphia as revealed by the 1960 census figures. Philadelphia Housing Association. February 1961-September 1962. 16 pp. [273-10] Contents: Tables, maps.

IT CAN HAPPEN IN ANY FAMILY. Children's Aid Society of Pennsylvania. Undated. 8 sides. [404-1]

IT DID HAPPEN HERE. An investigation of political anti-semitism: Wayne, New Jersey, 1967 by Rodney Stark and Stephen Steinberg. 1967. 32 pp. [689-3]

IT DOESN'T MATTER, THE EFFECTS ARE THE SAME. Housing Association of Delaware Valley. 1969. 16 pp. [518-29]

IT MAKES A DIFFERENCE. There is a League of Women Voters. Legue of Women Voters of the United States. 1966. 20 pp. [649-19]

ITINERARY FOR THE INDUSTRIAL TOUR OF BUCKS COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. Bucks County Planning Commission. 1956. Unpaged. Also Industrial Tour map of Bucks County, Pennsylvania and Burlington County, New Jersey. Bucks-Burlington Development Council. 1956. [122-8]

IT'S A MATTER OF LIVING. Adequate housing for Philadelphia's lowest income families. Philadelphia Housing Authority. No date. 4 pp. [541-10]

IT'S THAT TIME AGAIN. REAPPORTIONMENT IN PENNSYLVANIA. Wild and wonderful Pennsylvania gerrymanders. Written by Marilyn Brill. Legue of Women Voters of Pennsylvania. 1980. No paging. [652-25]

IT'S THE PERFORMANCE THAT COUNTS. DEMOCRATIC PERFORMANCE TEAM SPEAKERS KIT. Tate Democratic Campaign Committee. 1967. Variously paged. [509-11]
 
Links to other Urban Archives Pamphlets Collection inventories:

Part 1: A.C.T.I.O.N-Allens
Part 2: Allocation-Applying
Part 3: Appraisal-Battle
Part 4: Beacon-Bucks
Part 5: Budget-Carson
Part 6: Case-Cities
Part 7: Citizen-Commonwealth
Part 8: Community-Conservation
Part 9: Consolidation-Dedication
Part 10: Defending-Developments
Part 11: Diagnosis-Eastwick
Part 12: Econometric-Estimates 
Part 13: Evaluation-Final
Part 14: Finances-Furnished
Part 15: Future-Guiding
Part 16: Haddington-Hope 
Part 17: Hospital-Housing
Part 18: How-Individual
Part 19: Industrial-Its
Part 20: Jails-Living
Part 21: Local-Master
Part 22: Material-Mutual
Part 23: Myths-New
Part 24: Newark-Number
Part 25: Nurses-Organizing
Part 26: Origin-Pennsport
Part 27: Pennsylvania-Phase
Part 28: Philadelphia-Philadelphia Needs
Part 29: Philadelphia 1950-Philadelphia's Future
Part 30: Philadelphia's General-Plan
Part 31: Planned-Poverty
Part 32: Powelton-Programs
Part 33: Progress-Proposed
Part 34: Pros-Real
Part 35: Reallocation-Rejuvenation
Part 36: Relation-Report from
Part 37: Report Number-Report of
Part 38: Report on-Resident
Part 39: Residential-School
Part 40: Schuykill-Soil
Part 41: Soldier-States
Part 42: Statistical-Summarized
Part 43: Summary-System
Part 44: Tabular-Tourism
Part 45: Toward-University's
Part 46: Unlawful-Wharton
Part 47: What-Zooming