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Urban Archives Pamphlet Collection, Part 22: Material-Mutual

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SCRC 409

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Description

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 These consist of published and unpublished materials usually received by the SCRC along with donated manuscript collections.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 22: Materials - Mutual

MAYOR'S BUDGET MESSAGE FOR 1961, 1968. Philadelphia. Mayor's Office.
1960. 48 pp. [526-3]
1967. 14 pp. [528-2]

MAYOR'S CONFERENCE ON "SENIOR CITIZENS--A COMMUNITY CHALLENGE." Philadelphia Department of Public Welfare. 16 pp. 1957. [461-12]

THE MAYOR'S FISCAL 1980 OPERATING BUDGET AND PROGRAMS. Approved by the Council. Philadelphia. Mayor's Office. 1981. 303 pp. [722-7]

THE MAYOR'S OFFICE FOR INFORMATION AND COMPLAINTS 121 CITY HALL. Philadelphia. Mayor's Office. 1954. No paging. [553-4]

MAYTIME IN WINTER. Council of Social Agencies. Children's Department. 1931. 103 pp. [725-3]

MEADOW REDEVELOPMENT AREA PLAN. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 1969. No paging. [653-4]

MEALS ON WHHELS. The Lighthouse, Philadelphia. 1957. Variously paged. [466-12]

THE MEANING OF HIGH PRIORITY, by the Hospital Survey Committee. Ca. 1966. 7 pp. [331-6]

MEASURING UP! A check list for rating your center. National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers. 1967. 31 pp. Plus appendix. [556-19] [403-20]

MECHANIZATION OF REAL PROPERTY ASSESSMENT RECORDS AND CONTROL AND PRODUCTION OF ANNUAL TAX ROLL. Harry G. McDowell, Deputy Director of Finance, Philadelphia, 1958. 41 pp. [409-10]

MEDIA ZONING ORDINANCE OF 1938. Borough of Media, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. No. 226. 1938. 16 pp. and map. [131-8]

MEDIAN FAMILY INCOME IN PENNSYLVANIA CITIES. Pennsylvania. State Planning Board. 1957. 17 pp. [682-8]

MEETING MUNICIPAL PARKING PROBLEMS. Institute of Local and State Government. University of Pennsylvania. 1950. Variously paged. [100-2]

MEETING MUNICIPAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR MORE ADEQUATE HOUSING. University of Pennsylvania. Institute of Local and State Government. 1949. Unpaged. [152-15]

MEETING SOCIAL NEEDS IN THE PENJERDEL REGION, by George Schermer. A Pennsylvania-New Jersey-Delaware Metropolitan Project, Inc. Publication. 1964. 54 pp. [92-16] [523-11] [493-4]

MEETING THE NEEDS OF DISPLACED HOUSEHOLDS, by the Philadelphia Housing Association. 1966. 20 pp. [329-47]

MEETING THE NEW JERSEY TAX PROBLEM IN URBAN RENEWAL, by Ronald J. Delfausse. Paper given at the 47th Annual Meeting, Governmental Research Association, Hartford, Connecticut. 1961. 14 pp. [52-1]

MEETING THE THREAT OF CONTAINERIZATION TO THE PORTS OF PHILADELPHIA. A report to Delaware River Port Authority, Greater Philadelphia Movement, Philadelphia Port Corporation, Southeastern Pennsylvania Economic Development Corporation by Mckinsey & Company, Inc., Management Consultants. 1968. Variously paged. [621-9]

MEETING THE UNMET NEEDS IN FAMILY PLANNING. A symposium. American Friends Service Committee. 1970. 41 pp. [776-6]

MEGAVOLTAGE RADIATION THERAPY INSTALLATIONS, by the Hospital Survey Committee. 1968. 13 pp. [331-5]

MEMORANDUM. Housing Association of the Delaware Valley. [712-13]
#43 May 1969.
--- Feb. 1971
#61 Sept. 1971
#66 April 1972
--- June 27, 1972
#68 Sept. 1972
#64 March 1973.
#67 June 1973.
#69 Sept. 1973.
#65 Dec. 1973.
#70 Jan. 1974.
#71 Feb. 1975.

MEMORANDUM CONCERNING THE COST OF LIVING IN PHILADELPHIA. Bureau of Municipal Research. 1935; 2 pp. 1937; 1 p. [466-13]

MEMORANDUM CONCERNING THE RELATIONSHIP OF THE CITY'S INCOME IN NEWLY DEVELOPED AREAS IN NORTH PHILADELPHIA TO THE EXPENDITURES FOR PROVIDING MUNICIPAL SERVICES IN SUCH AREAS. Bureau of Municipal Research of Philadelphia. 1929. 22 pp. [451-13]

MEMORANDUM CONTAINING SOME TYPICAL COMMENTS IN PHILADELPHIA NEWSPAPERS ON THE WORK OF MUNICIPAL RESEARCH. Bureau of Municipal Research. 1927. 20 pp. [435-24]

A MEMORANDUM EXAMINING POSSIBLE LEGISLATIVE CHANGED TO IMPROVE THE ADMINISTRATION OF VOTER REGISTRATION AND ELECTIONS IN PHILADELPHIA COUNTY. Prepared for Pennsylvania Senate Committee to investigate charges of election fraud in Philadelphia. Preapred by Citizens' Charter Committee. 1960. 31 pp. [728-11]

MEMORANDUM ON BALTIMORE'S SLUM IMPROVEMENT, by John Ihlder. National Capital Housing Authority. 1948. 6 pp. [62-13]

MEMORANDUM ON COST CONSCIOUSNESS IN PHILADELPHIA CAPITAL PROJECTS. Interim report prepared for Citizens' Budget Committee by Bureau of Municipal Research. 1957. 4 pp. [550-10] [500-9]

MEMORANDUM REPORT. Analysis of the impact of the Gault decision on capacity requirements recommended in the 1966 plan for juvenile detention facilities in Philadelphia. Fels Institute of Local and State Government. 1968. 22 pp. and plus tables. [535-4]

MEMORANDUM REPORT ON ESTIMATED SURPLUS 1956 AND ALTERNATE TAXES AVAILABLE TO FINANCE 1957 BUDGET INCREASES. Prepared for Citizens' Budget Committee by Bureau of Municipal Research. 1956. 14 pp. [550-9]

MEMORANDUM REPORT ON: THE BUDGET BUREAU AND INSTILLING COST CONSCIOUSNESS AMONG MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES. Prepared for Citizens' Budget Committee by Bureau of Municipal Research. 1956. 23 pp. [550-11]

A MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION; The program in action. Pennsylvania Mental Health, Inc. 1961. 12 pp. [767-14]

MENTAL HEALTH HANDBOOK AND DIRECTORY OF MENTAL HEALTH FACILITIES. PHILADELPHIA AND METROPOLITAN AREA. Philadelphia. Department of Public Health. 1962. 221 pp. [539-1]

MERCANTILE LICENSE TAX ORDINANCE AND REGULATIONS OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia. Department of Collections. 1952. 29 pp. [572-3]

MERCER COUNTY. Facts about your County government, its departments...1967. 68 pp. [766-2]

THE MERCHANT'S INTEREST IN ZONING, by Ellwood B. Chapman. Philadelphia Housing Association. No date. 2 pp. [127-29]

MERCY-DOUGLASS HOSPITAL. An educational center. No date. No paging. [553-10]

THE MERCY-DOUGLASS MANAGEMENT PROPOSAL FOR NURSING CARE AND OTHER COMPLEMENTARY SERVICES. No date. Var. pagd. [482-10]

A MESSAGE ON THE STATE OF THE CITY Delivered by Hon. Richardson Dilworth Mayor of Philadelphia before the Council of the City of Philadelphia. [800-11]
Thursday, March 20, 1958. 25 pp.
Wednesday, April 22, 1959. 31 pp.
Thursday, April 7, 1960. 12 pp.

METHODS OF DETERMINING PUBLIC ASSISTANCE ALLOWANCES IN PENNSYLVANIA, 1951. Pennsylvania. Bureau of Social Research. 1951. 21 pp. [575-27]

A METROPOLIS EXPANDS. A look at the growth of the Metropolitan Areas bordering the middle Delaware (River): 1920-1957. Study Commission of the Philadelphia Metropolitan Area. 1958. 16 pp. [751-6]

METROPOLITAN FISCAL DISPARITIES: Problems and Polities. A report to the Metropolitan Council of the twin cities area. University of Pennsylvania. The Fels Center of Government. 1971. Var. paged. [752-6]

A METROPOLITAN PARK PLAN, by Robert Moses; in Fairmount Park Art Association, Annual Report, 1939. 21 pp. [394-11]

MID-ATLANTIC STATES SECTION, AIR POLLUTION CONTROL ASSOCIATION SEMI-ANNUAL TECHNICAL CONFERENCE ON TRANSPORTATION AND ITS IMPACT ON AIR POLLUTION. Proceedings. Air Pollution Control Association. 1970. 134 pp. [598-12]

MIDDLE INCOME HOUSING BILL, by Philadelphia Housing Association. 1949. 2 pp. [224-8]

A MIDDLE INCOME HOUSING PROGRAM FOR NEW JERSEY. Department of Conservation and Economic Development. 1960. 9 pp. [189-2]

MIGRANT WAR WORKERS IN NEWARK. A report by the Housing Authority of the City of Newark, New Jersey. 1944. 31 pp. [177-5]

MIGRATION A PILOT STUDY OF RECENT NEGRO MIGRANTS INTO PHILADELPHIA by Leonard Blumberg. 1958. 35 pp. plus Tables. [643-11]

MIGRATION: HOW DO WE PLAN? Urban League of Philadelphia. 1960. 21 pp. [468-19]

THE MILITANT AND NAVAL OPERATIONS ON THE DELAWARE IN 1777 by C. Henry Kain. City History Society of Philadelphia publication No. 8. 203 pp. [582-3]

MILL CREEK DEVELOPMENT AREA PLAN. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1954. [542-7]

MILL CREEK RELOCATION. A Report on the Relocation Operation for the Mill Creek Low-Rent Housing Development. Philadelphia Housing Authority. 1953. 16 pp. [87-28]

MILL CREEK: 218 LOW RENT HOMES. Philadelphia Housing Authority. ca. 1952. 2 pp. [439-5] Contents: Data on project and floor plans.

MILLAR'S HOUSING LETTER, by John H. Millar and Allan C. Williams. Weekly publication on housing. October 1932-September 1934. [154-19] Contents: Excerpts on housing in Philadelphia in the October 22, 1932, and March 5, 1934 issues.

MINIMUM HOUSING STANDARDS CHECK LIST. Baltimore City Health Department. 1 p. [291-21]

MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR COMMERCIAL BOARDING HOMES FOR ELDERLY PEOPLE. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. (Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties) 1950. 5 pp. [232-18]

MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR NURSING HOMES. New Jersey. Department of Institutions and Agencies. 1941. 11 pp. [576-7]

MINORITY OCCUPANCY AND HOUSING VALUES. Baltimore Urban League. 1957. 8 pp. [391-3]

MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE PHILADELPHIA HOUSING ASSOCIATION. February 1947, January-December 1948. [180-23]

MINUTES OF THE DEEPER DELAWARE CONFERENCE. Sponsored by the Board of Commissioners of the City of Trenton. 1954. 16 pp. [611-7]

MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT PUBLIC ASSISTANCE: THE FACTS AND THE NEEDS, by the Health and Welfare Council. Ca. 1961. 8 pp. [333-4]

THE MISSING LINK: REASONS FOR THE SHIP CANAL ACROSS NEW JERSEY, by J. Hampton Moore. Atlantic Deeper Waterways Association. 1935. 43 pp. and a map. [95-33]

MOBILE HOUSES, by Stanley W. Feiler. 1960. 57 pp. [254-22] Contents: Thesis in Finance, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.

MOBILITY IN THE PHILADELPHIA METROPOLITAN AREA, 1955-1960. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1964. 23 pp. [266-10] [270-11] Contents: Tables, Maps.

MOBILITY OF PUBLIC HOUSING RESIDENTS. Pittsburgh. Bureau of Social Research. 1946. 29 pp. [760-4]

MODEL PLUMBING ORDINANCE. Pensylvania Department of Health. 1920. 14 pp. [351-3]

MODEL REPUBLICAN PLATFORM. Policy recommendations for a housing program for Philadelphia by Weng Yan Lee, Jeffery 0. Patterson and Andrew R. Supplee. 1967. 82 pp. plus appendix. [472-9]

MODERN EFFORTS TO PRESERVE HEALTH IN INDUSTRIAL ESTABLISHMENTS; in Girard Letter , January, 1928. 4 pp. [361-21]

MODERN EXPRESSWAYS AND THEIR FINANCING: A GENERAL REVIEW OF PROBLEMS AND PRACTICES. Philadelphia Department of Commerce. 1953. 16 pp. [515-7]

MODERN GENERAL CARGO TERMINALS: A REQUISITE FOR A COMPETITIVE PORT. Report No. 109. Citizens Council on City Planning, Philadelphia. 1965. 2 pp. [524-14]

MODERN LOW-RENT DWELLINGS---JAMES W. JOHNSON HOMES. Philadelphia Housing Authority. N. d. 2 pp. [424-7]

A MODERN PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PROGRAM FOR PENNSYLVANIA. Pennsylvania Committee on Public Assistance and Relief. 1936. 115 pp. [576-13] [366-13]

A MODERN TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM FOR A LEADERSHIP CITY. Blueprint for a better Philadelphia. Report to the People no. 2: Transportation by Arlen Specter. 1967. 26 pp. [508-19]

MODERN ZONING. Institute of Local and State Government, University of Pennsylvania. 1952. Variously paged. [127-23]

THE MODERNIZATION OF CHARITY: an explanation of Philadelphia Foundation, by William P. Gest. 1920. 31 pp. [381-14]

MONTBARD IN LANDSOWNE. Two pamphlets describing this housing development. ca. 1920. 22 pp. [246-1]

MONTCO ISSUES. Citizen's Council of Montgomery County. [702-24]
April 1966
September 1966
May 1968
February 1969

MONTGOMERY COUNTY: A CULTURE PICTURE. Issued by the Commissioners of Mongomery County. 1962. 40 pp. [492-14]

MONTGOMERY COUNTY: A GOVERNMENTAL PICTURE. Commissioners of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
1949, 42 pp. 1958, 52 pp. [453-7]
1962. 64 pp. [492-13]
1966. 60 pp. [799-2]

MONTGOMERY COUNTY CITIZEN'S CHILD STUDY COMMITTEE REPORT. 1962. 50 pp. [635-2]

MONTGOMERY COUNTY FINANCES. Analysis of the 1960 County budgets and 1958-60 fiscal operations. Bureau of Municipal Research. 1960. 36 pp. [491-6]

MONTGOMERY COUNTY FINANCIAL ANALYSIS 1956-1959. Bureau of Municipal Research Montgomery County Branch. 1959. variously paged. [491-7]

Montgomery County-North Penn Water Conference. report on Conference. 1958. 45 pp. [31-18]

THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION. What it is.. What it does. Montgomery County Branch, Pennsylvania Economy League, Inc. Norristown. 1952. 14 pp. [15-23]

MORE EFFECTIVE AND LESS COSTLY LAW ENFORCEMENT IN PHILADELPHIA, by the Philadelphia Criminal Justice Association. 1931. 15 pp. [377-15]

THE MORRIS HOUSE. 1950. 22 pp. [153-1] Contents: History of the Morris House in Philadelphia.

MORTGAGE DISINVESTMENT IN NORTHWEST PHILADELPHIA. Northwest Community Housing Association, Inc. 1973. 28 pp. [448-9]

MORTGAGE FINANCING FOR PROPERTIES AVAILABLE TO NEGRO OCCUPANCY. National Urban League. 1954. 13 pp. [391-10]

MORTGAGE INVESTMENTS AND ZONING, by Bernard J. Newman. 1929? 2 pp. [435-21] [126-27]

MORTGAGES AND RECOVERY, by Albert M. Greenfield. 1935. [397-8]

MORTON: AN URBAN RENEWAL CONSERVATION PROJECT. Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority. ca. 1960. 6 pp. [442-5] [542-21]

MORTON HELPS ITSELF, by Hugh Scott. 1960. 2 pp. [438-18]

MORTON REDEVELOPMENT AREA PLAN. Philadelphia City Planning Commission. 1958. 16 pp. [76-24]

THE MOTIVATION PROGRAM OF WEST PHILADELPHIA HIGH SCHOOL. Rebecca Segal. No date. 3 pp. [492-8]

MOTIVATION TO WORK. Philadelphia Council for Community Advancement. 1963. 39 pp. [507-10]

MOTOR CAR PROMPTS RADICAL CHANGES IN TOWN DEVELOPMENT, by Henry M. Propper. Article in Building Developer . 1928. 2 pp. [143-27] Contents: Article on Radburn, New Jersey.

MOUNT OLIVET REDEVELOPMENT AREA PLAN. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 1962. 11 pp. [655-20] [653-24]

MOUNT OLIVET URBAN RENEWAL AREA. Final project report, part 1; Application for loan and grant. Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority. 1963. Variously paged. [443-6]

MOUNT ROYAL PLAZA. URBAN RENEWAL AREA 12 IN BALTIMORE, MARYLAND. Baltimore Urban Renewal and Housing Agency. No date. Folder. [66-10]

MOUNT VERNON POPULATION SURVEY. Baltimore Urban Renewal and Housing Agency. Research Division. 1960. 43 pp. [700-5]

MUNICIPAL AND COUNTY PARKS IN PENNSYLVANIA. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Internal Affairs. 1945. 36 pp. [106-21]

MUNICIPAL COMMUNICATIONS IN PHILADELPHIA: A STUDY AND ANALYSIS, by the Department of Public Property. 1958. 37 pp. [270-13]

MUNICIPAL, COUNTY, AND REGIONAL PLANNING. University of Pennsylvania Institute of Local and State Government. 1951. Unpaged. [31-1]

MUNICIPAL FINANCES AND CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM. Pitman, New Jersey. Pitman Planning Board. 1959. 26 pp. [536-2]

MUNICIPAL LICENSING PRACTICE IN PENNSYLVANIA. Pennsylvania. Bureau of Municipal Affairs. N.d. 34 pp. [767-11]

MUNICIPAL POLICE PROTECTION IN CHESTER COUNTY AND ALTERNATIVES TO THE PRESENT SYSTEM. Pennsylvania Economic League. Chester County Branch. 1973. 66 pp. [529-7]

MUNICIPAL POPULATION 1960. A report on selected population characteristics for forty-nine municipalities in Delaware County. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. Delaware County District. 1960. 16 pp. [766-16]

MUNICIPAL POSTWAR PLANNING. Summary of papers. Southeastern Institute of the Pennsylvania State Department of Internal Affairs. 1944. Unpaged. [120-13]

MUNICIPAL RECREATION IN PHILADELPHIA, by Charles J. Storey for the Playgrounds Association of Philadelphia. 1929. Part I. 30 pp. Part II. appendix. 25 pp. [363-18]

MUNICIPAL SPORTS STADIUM STUDY, CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, final report. 2 vols. Eshbach, Pullinger, Stevens & Bruder. 1957. 295 pp. [404-11]

MUTINY? the real story of how the Navy branded 50 fear-shocked sailors as muntineers. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. 1945. 16 pp. [384-28]

MUTUAL AID AND THE NEGRO, by John Slawson; from Commentary , February, 1965. [329-40]

 

 

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