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Urban Archives Pamphlet Collection, Part 4: Beacon-Bucks

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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 These consist of published and unpublished materials usually received by the SCRC along with donated manuscript collections.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 4: Beacon - Bucks

THE BEACON. Philadelphia Conservationists, Inc. [792-18]
No. 40. November 1967.
No. 41. March 1968
No. 42. June 1968

BEER DISTRIBUTOR SURVEY. A study of beer distribution and marketing practices among Philadelphia and suburban distributors. Research report 68. Conducted by The Philadelphia Inquirer. May 1, 1962. 26 pp. [792-11]

BEFORE THE REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY. BRIEF OF TENENTS OF THE GREYSTONE DIRECTING THE AUTHORITY'S ATTENTION TO ITS OBLIGATION TO ALTER THE PLAN FOR WASHINGTON SQUARE WEST AND TO THE UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY PRESENTED BY THE GREYSTONE. Thomas K. Gilhool and Joseph A. Sutton. No date. Variously paged. [518-29]

"BEGGARS ON HORSEBACK": SOME ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF URBAN RENEWAL, by David A. Wallace. Philadelphia Housing Association Forum. 1960. 12 pp. [50-19]

BEHIND THE LACE CURTAINS OF THE YWCA. Joseph P. Kamp, Constitutional Educational League. 1948. 66 pp. [458-3] Contents: "Report on ... infiltration by Communist, Socialist and other Left Wing Elememts..."

BELIEFS INTO ACTION. A guide to political education and action. Friends Committee on National Legislation. 1956. 14 pp. [668-19]

THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF PENNSYLVANIA VS. THE BOROUGH OF LANSDOWNE. Delaware County Common Pleas Court. 1926. 63 pp. [128-26] Contents: Zoning court case in Pennsylvania.

THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY VS. THE BOROUGH OF LANSDOWNE - PETITION. Court of Common Pleas, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. 1926. 39 pp. [129-4]

BELMAR GARDENS, Pittsburg. 1953. 4 side folder. [241-5]

BELMONT HOUSING REHABILITATION STRATEGY. Interim report no. 1. Community Conditions and analysis. A project of the Belmont Improvement Association and the Community Development Block Grant Program City of Philadelphia. 1977. Variously paged. [717-1]

BELMONT HOUSING REHABILITATION STRATEGY. Interim report no. 2. The treatment plan. A project of the Belmont Improvement Association and the Community Development Block Grant Program City of Philadelphia. 1977. Variously paged. [717-2]

BELMONT #1, #2, #3, REDEVELOPMENT AREA PLAN. West Philadelphia redevelopment area. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 1969. No paging. [655-7]

BELMONT #4, REDEVELOPMENT AREA PLAN. West Philadelphia redevelopment area. Philadelphia. City Planning Commission. 197. 10 pp. [655-8]

BENEFIT AND ABILITY-TO PAY APPROACHES TO TAXATION AND THE PHILADELPHIA INCOME by David Carlin. 1968. 50 pp. [503-7] [537-11] [791-4]

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN MEMORIAL CAMPAIGN. Radio Broadcasts. Suggested radio talks: two versions. ca. 1931. [115-23] Contents: Two radio talks on the Benjamin Franklin Memorial and Franklin Institute Museum in Philadelphia.

BENSALEM TOWNSHIP ORDINANCES. 1965. Variously paged. [714-11]

BEREAN INSTITUTE. Preparing today's youth for tomorrow's jobs. 1965. 15 pp. [561-13]

BERKS COUNTY ECONOMIC STUDY: A MODIFIED INPUT-OUTPUT APPROACH. Janet Rothenberg Pack. Government Study Center the Fels Center of Government University of Pennsylvania. 1972. Variously paged. [745-3]

BERKS COUNTY ECONOMIC STUDY. Volume I. Data and analysis. Berks County. Planning Commission. 1972. Variously paged. [745-1]

BERKS COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA SKETCH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN. Berks County Planning Commission. 1965. 23 pp. [542-16]

BETH EDEN STUDY: WORKSHEETS. Beth Eden Settlement House, by Catherine Kelly. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1926. [182-27]

BETHEL TOWNSHIP STUDY. Delaware County Planning Commission. 1960. 33 pp. plus apps. and 6 maps. [47-10]

THE BETTER COMMUNITIES ACT - THE CITIES SPEAK. A sumary of reports of municipal executives participating in seven regional conferences. Richard E. Hage. National League of Cities and the United States Conference of Mayors. 1973. 13 pp. [588-3]

BETTER DWELLINGS. Work of the Pittsburgh Housing Association. Pittsburgh Housing Association. No date. 8 pp. [170-7]

BETTER GOVERNMENT: THE CITY AND THE CHALLENGE. Fourth annual report of Mayor Robert F. Wagner to the City Council and the people of new York City. 1957. 130 pp. [778-11]

BETTER HOUSING: A SOCIAL PRIORITY FOR PENNSYLVANIA. 3 Parts. Governor's Housing Task Force. 1969. [510-7] [448-7]
Part 1- Summary and recommendations, 18 pp.
Part 2- Staff report, 104 pp.
Part 3- Appendices, 121 pp.

BETTER HOUSING: A SOCIAL PRIORITY FOR PENNSYLVANIA. 3 Parts. Governor's Housing task Force. 1969. 243 pp. in 3 parts.

BETTER HOUSING FOR MONTOGOMERY COUNTY by the Housing and Planning Committee of Montogomery County. 1954. 11pp. [728-10]

BETTER HOUSING FOR PENNSYLVANIA. Advocated by Pennsylvania Housing and Town Planning Association. ca. 1924. 4 pp. [441-6]

BETTER HOUSING IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY. A report by the Housing and Planning Committee of Montgomery County. 1953. 13pp. [186-14]

BETTER HOUSING NEWS. Tenants League of Philadelphia. Volume 1, Number 1; 1939. 4 pp. [437-12]

THE BETTER PHILADELPHIA EXHIBITION. Philadelphia City Palnning Commission. 1947. Variously paged. [521-4]

BETTER RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT, by Stephen Sussan. Article in New Jersey Municipalities . 1961. pp 18-20. [60-4]

BI-ANNUAL REPORT See Annual Report List

BIBLIOGRAPHIC MATERIAL RELEVANT TO OPEN SPACE PLANNING IN THE DELAWARE RIVER VALLEY BASIN. University of Pennsylvania School of Fine Arts. 1962. 75 pp. [111-11]

BIBLIOGRAPHY: Housing redevelopment, planning. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1945. 4 pp. [408-7]

BIBLIOGRAPHY: PUBLICATIONS RELATIVE TO PLANNING, MONTGOMERY COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA. Montgomery County Planning Commission. 1961. 13 pp. [119-6]

BICENTENNIAL BRIEFING, May, 1971. The Philadelphia 1976 Bicentennial Corporation. 8 pp. [404-14]

A BID FOR LIBERTY: an account of the resolution and declarations of independence adopted in the Colony of Pennsylvania, 1774 to 1776. Federal Writers' Project, Works Progress Administration. 1937. 48 pp. [398-7]

BID PROPOSAL FOR EASTWICK URBAN RENEWAL PROJECT OF THE PHILADELPHIA REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY. Prepared by Urban Planning Associates. n.d. 24 pp. [808-6]

BIENNIAL BUDGET of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania. General Assembly. [769-8]
June 1, 1957-May 31, 1959. 208 pp.
June 1, 1959-May 31, 1961. 184 pp.
June 1, 1961-June 30, 1962. 182 pp.

BIENNIAL REPORT see Annual Report List

THE BIG CHANGE; progress of fair employment practices in Philadelphia. Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations. 1960. 20 pp. [385-14]

THE BIG PUSH TO ERADICATE TUBERCULOSIS IN PHIALDELPHIA; report of the philadelphia Tuberculosis Conference, Pocono Manor, Pennsylvania, 1962. 16 pp. [331-18]

BILL NUMBER 17; an ordinance to adopt a Health Code for the City of Philadelphia; and to provide penalties for violation thereof, by the Phiadelphia City Council. 1954. 39 pp. [233-18]

BILL NUMBER 677; An ordinance to establish standards governing basic equipment and facilities, physical condition, maintenance and occupancy of dwellings and providing for administration and enforcement, by the Philadelphia City Council. 1953. 22 pp. [233-15]

BILL NO. 863, BILL NO. 864 REGARDING WATER FOR SMALL DWELLINGS AND SANITARY INSPECTION, by the Philadelphia Housing Commission, Unadated. 8 pp. [228-12]

THE BINSWANGER/HERMAN Company. No date. No paging.

BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MEDICAL FACILITIES IN CHESTER, PENNSYLVANIA. Chester City Planning Commission. 1958. 29 pp. [456-7]

A BIT OF OLDE ENGLAND IN PHILADELPHIA: St. James Place; in Building Developer, June 1928. 3 pp. [336-30]

BLACK INCOME AND RESIDENTIAL MOVEMENT IN THE PHIALDELPHIA METROPOLITAN AREA. Phoebe Cottingham. 1973. Variously paged. [646-11]

BLACK RESIDENTIAL PATTERNS IN THE PHILADELPHIA SMSA AND URBANIZED AREA, 1970. Black suburbanization project working paper #1 by Mark Keintz. Fels Center of Government. 1972. 48 pp. [754-11]

BLACKOUT AND AIR RAID PROTECTION SUGGESTIONS FOR SOCIAL AND HEALTH AGENCIES. Philadelphia Council of Defense, 1942. 11 pp. [382-23]

BLIGHTED AREAS AND THE DEFENSE PROGRAM. Citizen's Planning and Housing Association of Baltimore. 1941. 100 pp. [119-18]

BLIGHTED DISTRICTS AND THEIR REHABILITATION, by Bernard J. Newman. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1936. 17 pp. [63-23]

BLOCK ORGANIZATION - KEY TO A BETTER NEIGHBORHOOD. West Mill Creek Conservation Program. Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority. No date. 8 pp. [79-20]

BLUEPRINT FOR A BETTER PHILADELPHIA. Report to the people number one. AN IMPROVED POVERTY PROGRAM by Arlen Specter. 1967. 31 pp. [502-9]

BLUEPRINT FOR A BETTER PHILADELPHIA. REPORT TO THE PEOPLE NUMBER SIX. MAKING PHILADELPHIA MORE LIVEABLE by Arlen Specter. 1967. 25 pp. [530-2]

BLUEPRINT FOR A BETTER PHILADELPHIA. Report to the people number three. 


BLUEPRINT FOR PHILADELPHIANS. Citizens' Council on City Planning, July 1945. 4 pp. [3-19]

BOARD MANUAL. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. [725-5]
1951. 48 pp. 1960-61. Variously paged.
1952. 51 pp. 1961-62 - 1963- 64 .
1953. 53 pp. Variously paged.
1954. 47 pp. 1964-65. Variously paged.
1965-66. Variously paged.
1966-67. Variously paged.

BOARD MANUAL OF JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE OF PHILADELPHIA. 1949. 15 pp. [577-11]

BOARD MEMBERS INSTITUTE, summary; sponsored by the Council on Volunteers, Health and Welfare Council, Inc. 1958. 17 pp. [330-18]

BOARD MEMBERS MANUAL. Health and Welfare Council, Inc. [562-8]
1962-1963. Variously paged.
1966-1967. Variously paged.

BOARD OF MAGISTRATES July 31, 1967 to July 31, 1968. Philadelphia Office of the City Controller. 1968. Variously paged. [514-10]

THE BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS - ITS POWERS AND DUTIES, by Claude B. Lynn. Pennsylvania Planning Association. 1956. 3 pp. [128-7]

BOARDING HOMES IN PHILADELPHIA. FINDINGS AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS. Submitted to Region III Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Philadelphia, Pa. Prepared by Center for Social Policy and Community Development. School of Social Administration. Temple University. 1977. 164 pp. [680-8]

BOB DOWLING CLIMBS PHILADELPHIA'S CHINESE WALL. Better architecture in the development of Philadelphia's wasted core depends on a debate on office building economics. Architectural Forum . April 1953. 4 pp. [114-7]

BOMBED OUT OF NEGLECT; pamphlet issued by the Philadelphia Housing Association. 1943. 4 pp. [213-21]

BOOK REVIEWS BY BERNARD J. NEWMAN. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1927-1936. [152-2] Contents: Folder of 14 book reviews.

BOOKER T. WASHINGTON, by James H. Duckrey. [329-13] Contents: Reproduced for the use of WPA adult education groups in Pennsylvania.

BOOKER T. WASHINGTON MEMORIAL. 74th Founder's Day of Tuskegee Institute. Sponsored by Tuskegee Alumni of Philadelphia and vicinity. 1955. [569-2]

BOOM IN BUCKS COUNTY. Pennsylvania State Planning Board. 1951. 19 pp. [194-16]

BOROUGH ANNUAL REPORT. Borough of Darby, Pennsylvania. 1941. 31 pp. [533-6]

BOROUGH OF ALDAN, DELAWARE COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. ORDINANCE NUMBER 108 TO ESTABLISH BUILDING REGULATIONS. 1923. 50 PP. [205-19] Contents: Amended 1939.

BOROUGH OF GLEN ROCK, NEW JERSEY. Ordinance. 1923. 18 pp. Contents: Zoning ordinance. [140-33]

BOROUGH OF POTTISTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA: BUILDING CODE, by the Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Pottistown. 1923. 72 pp. [232-3]

BOROUGH OF SWARTHMORE BUILDING CODE OF 1950. 75 pp. [649-14]

BOROUGH OF SWARTHMORE ZONING ORDINANCE OF 1928. Ordinance No. 299 as amended by ordinance No. 302. 1929. 21 pp. [649-15]

BOY'S CLUB NEWS. Vol. 1 . No. Nov. 1923. [657-57]

BREAKING THE COMMUNICATIONS BARRIER IN SOCIAL REHABILITATION. County Court of Philadelphia. Institute on Juvenile Delinquency. 1966. 35 pp. [734-5]

BREYERS CALLING. A century of fine ice cream. Presented by the Sealtest Foods - Breyer Division of National Dairy Products Corporation. No date. No paging. [ 645-1]

THE BRICKS AND MORTAR MIRACLE. A report of the Housing Association of Delaware Valley. 1974. 51 pp. [714-4] [511-7]

BRIDGE TO A NEW TOMORROW: Fountain House, Inc., Philadelphia. Undated. 7 pp. [333-5]

BRIEF HISTORY OF ST. JAMES METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH (Now St. James United Methodist Church). 1979. No paging. [701-11]

BRIEF ON BEHALF OF EMPLOYERS. FACTS. Association of Wholesale Fruit and Vegetable Distributors, Inc. and Produce, Poultry, Fish and Oystermen Drivers and Helpers, Local No. 929, International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America. (1949). 16 pp. [704-14]

BRIEF ON BEHALF OF NORTHEAST PHILADELPHIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, PROTESTANT. Before the Public Service Commission of Pennsylvania. Application of Phialdelphia Rapid Transit Company to thr Commission for approval of contract with the City of Philadelphia. 1931. 24 pp. [396-35] Contents: Appendix includes a summarized study by the Bureau of Municipal Research.

BRIEF ON FIRE PREVENTION AND PUBLIC SAFETY submitted to the New York State Factory Investigating Commission by Rudolph P. Miller. 1912. 18 pp. [675-8]

BRIEF RECORDINGS from the Philadelphia District, Health and Welfare Council, Inc. 1949. 12 pp. [562-14]

BRIEF REVIEW OF THE RENT SITUATION AND RENT CONTROL. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1924. 12 pp. [436-13] REPORT OF THE RENT SITUATION TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS: EXTRAORDINARY RENT INCREASE IN 1923. Philadelphia Housing Association. 1924. 6 pp.

BROAD BEND/LOWER NESHAMINY. Bucks County Park Board. 20 pp. [112-26]

BROAD STREET SUBWAY EXTENSIONS INTO NORTHEAST AND SOUTH PHILADELPHIA. An analysis by the City Transit Engineer of Philadelphia. 1963. Variously paged. [518-28]

BROTHERS IN CHRIST; a survey and report on the church and the negro, as approved by the Presbytery of Philadelphia. Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. 1946. 31 pp. [328-11]

A LOOK AT COUNTY GOVERNMENT AND REVIEW OF 1964. 68 pp. A LOOK AT COUNTY GOVERNMENT AND REVIEW OF 1965. 87 pp.

BUCKS COUNTY ECONOMIC & DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE. Philadelphia Electric Company. Area Development Department. 1973. Variously paged. [586-12]

BUCKS COUNTY HIGHWAY NEEDS. Pennsylvania Highway Commission. 1968. [448-13]

BUCKS COUNTY HOUSING PLAN. Bucks County Planning Commission. [721-11] [751-9]
Pt. I Population and housing data, 1960-70. 1972. [Also 587-10]
Pt. II Existing Policies. 1972.
Pt. III Housing needs. 1972.
Pt. IV A Method for allocating housing to Municipalities. 1972
Pt. V Municipal housing needs. 1973. [Also 720-8]
Pt. VI Implementation. 1974. [Also 713-10]
Summary. 1974.

BUCKS COUNTY: INDUSTRY'S OPPORTUNITY. Brochure prepared by the Bucks County Traveler with the cooperation of the Bucks County Planning Commission. [16-2]

BUCKS COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. PLANNING COMMISSION. Population estimates. 1957. 3 pp. [456-12] Contents: Press release.

BUCKS COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, POPULATION ESTIMATES FOR THE YEARS 1965, 1980, 2010. Bucks County Planning Commission. 1959. [456-12]

BUCKS COUNTY. Special edition of Chamber of Commerce News of Greater Philadelphia . 1954. 15 pp. [44-6]

BUCKS COUNTY SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS. Bucks County Planning Commission. 1952. 45 pp. [517-12]

BUCKS COUNTY ZONING ORDINANCE. Bucks County Planning Commission. 96 pp. ca. 1968. [448-16]

BUCKS IN BRIEF. Bucks County Development Committee and Bucks County Planning Commission. (2 pamphlets). August 1957, 10 pp. Revised, 1960, unpaged. [46-1]

BUCKS IN BRIEF. Bucks County Development Planning Commission. 1957. Variously paged. [515-17]

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