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Correspondence and Files

[Record Series: 232-4-3.3]

  • Folder Number
  • 1: February 1925-July 1926
  • 2: April-May 1925
  • 3: c. May 1925
  • 4: Tentative Program, September 4, 1924
  • 5: Sesqui Seal, April 1926
  • 6: Mayor's Plan, 1924
  • 7-8: Mayor's Plan, 1925
  • 9: Sites--Selected (Maps)
  • 10: Land Condemnation, June 1925-October 1926
  • 11: Copyrights, 1926
  • 12: Building--Plans--Miscellaneous
  • 13: Passes--Employees
  • 14: Passes--Exhibitors
  • 15: Passes--Miscellaneous
  • 16: Lists of Names of Prominent Philadelphians
  • 17: Printed Matter
  • 18: Philadelphia: The Sesqui-Centennial City of 1926 (pamphlet)
  • 19: Philadelphia "Firsts"
  • 20: Lists of Advertisers in Public Ledger & Evening Bulletin
  • 21: Lists of Advertisers in Saturday Evening Post
  • 22: List of Advertisers in Ladies' Home Journal
  • 23: List of Advertisers--Miscellaneous
  • 24-25: Lists of Organizations--Philadelphia
  • 26: Lists of Organizations Which Have Endorsed Sesquicentennial
  • 27: Lists--General
  • 28: Decorations--Miscellaneous
  • 29-30: Lists--Mailing
  • 31: Construction--Buildings--D'Ascenzo Studios
  • 32: Construction--Buildings--Ellerbeck, William
  • 33-35: Council of Governors
  • 36: Building--Stadium, 1924-1926
  • 37: Building--Stadium--Photos, c. 1924-1925
  • 38: Building--Stadium--Translux Screen Co.
  • 39: Independence Hall
  • 40: Marines--Liberty Bell Guards, 1925-1926
  • 41: Press Releases
  • 42: Building--Auditorium--Turner Construction Co., 1926
  • 43: Kendrick, W. Freeland, August 1925-February 1926
  • 44: Kendrick, W. Freeland, August-September 1925
  • 45: Kendrick, W. Freeland, October 1924-July 1925
  • 46: Jordan, Wilfred, 1925
  • 47: Kendrick, W. Freeland (Conferences), November 1925
  • 48: Short, Frank W., 1925-1926
  • 49: Swaab, S. M., Consulting Engineer, 1926
  • 50: Lafferty, E. J., Chair, Executive Committee, 1926
  • 51: Parker, A. McC., Publicity, 1926
  • 52: Foley, E. A., Publicity, July-September 1926
  • 53: O'Brien, Edmond F., Specialty Correspondent, 1926
  • 54: Smead, Earl C. (file empty)
  • 55: Cash, W. E., Concessions, 1925-1926
  • 56: Wilson, Joseph R., Education & Social Economy, 1925-1925
  • 57: Taylor, Hollinshead N., Aviation Committee, 1925-1926
  • 58: Greenfield, Albert M., Chair, Sesqui Campaign, 1925-1926
  • 59-60: Orton, Dr. George W., Director of Sports, 1925-1926
  • 61: Sutton, A. L., Domestic Participation & Special Events and Assistant Director General, 1925-1926
  • 62: Pepper, Hon George Wharton, 1925
  • 63: Hicks, Maj. E. H., 1924-1925
  • 64: Meyer, E. Christopher, Palace of Fashion, 1925-1926
  • 65: Crozier, William S., Pittsburgh Subcommittee, 1925-1926
  • 66-67: Nye, C. C., Special Commissioner, Midwest States, 1925-1926
  • 68-71: Owens, Clarence, Special Commissioner, New York City
  • 72: Rice, Howard W., Special Commissioner, Washington State
  • 73: Pierce, Edith W., Publicity
  • 74: Phillips, Morris T., Director of Agriculture
  • 75: Tefft, Charles, Sculpture
  • 76: King, Craig, Executive Secretary, Music Committee
  • 77: Wills, Frances B.
  • 78: Norton, L. M. (Miss), Publicity Staff employee, 1925-1926
  • 79: Massey, Edward M., 1926
  • 80: Wissman, Richard, Exhibit Department Sales Division, 1926
  • 81: Marsh, Charles M., Special Events, 1925-1926
  • 82: Curtis, E. H., 1926
  • 83: Abbott, Edwin M., Esq., Contract Agreements, 1926
  • 84-87: Jeffries, Norman, agent for "Lest We Forget" film, 1925-1926
  • 88: Franciscus, Captain. Flag Day Exercises, 1926
  • 89: Calloway, T. J., Negro Exhibits, 1926
  • 90: Mends, A. E. W., 1926
  • 91: MacReynolds, Nelson, sales, 1926
  • 92: Eshman, A. N., Southern Publicity Representative, September-October 1926
  • 93: Eshman, A. N., Southern Publicity Representative, June-August 1926
  • 94: Eshman, A. N., Southern Publicity Representative, May-June 1926
  • 95: Eshman, A. N., Southern Publicity Representative, Reference letters, March-May 1926
  • 96: Eshman, A. N., Southern Publicity Representative, Scrapbook of Newsclips, #1 (August 1926)
  • 97: Eshman, A. N., Southern Publicity Representative, Scrapbook of Newsclips, #2 (July-August 1926)
  • 98: Eshman, A. N., Southern Publicity Representative, Correspondence Removed from Newsclip Scrapbooks, July-September 1926
(Legal sized folders)

  • 99: Tabloid Plan- March 1925
  • 100: MayorŐs Plan- 1925
  • 101: Philadelphia Data: City History
  • 102: Philadelphia Data: Colonel George W.B. Hicks- Articles
  • 103: Philadelphia Data: City Budget- 1924
  • 104: Building- Stadium
  • 105: Maps- Miscellaneous
  • 106: Construction: Municipal Stadium Stage & Dressing Room
  • 107: Construction: Steel Buildings
  • 108: Eshman, A.N. (Southern Publicity Representative) News Releases
  • 109: Jefferies, Norman (Agent for ŇLest We ForgetÓ film)- Contract
Map, Plans and Oversized

  • Map of Historic Sites in Philadelphia. n.d.
  • List of Subscribers to the Philadelphia Realty Directory, c. 1923-1924.
  • Maps of Philadelphia and League Island, c. 1915-1920s:
  • Sesqui-Centennial, South Philadelphia, February , 1925.
  • Sesqui-Centennial, South Philadelphia, February , 1925. Same map as above, but showing proposed Kendrick Boulevard.
  • Philadelphia, Camden, and Vicinity, 1921.
  • Railroad Lines, City of Philadelphia, P.R.R., P.T. Division, 1920s.
  • General Plan of The Plaza, South Broad Street Boulevard and League Island Park, Looking South from Oregon Avenue and Broad Street to the League Island Navy Yard. City of Philadelphia, Department of Public Works, Bureau of Highways-Bureau of Surveys. Olmsted Brothers--Landscape Architects, Brookline, Mass., July 1915.
  • Section map of South Philadelphia, League Island Park and Plaza areas highlighted. n.d.
  • Built-Up Section Map, City of Philadelphia, January 1, 1923. Printed P.R.T. map.
  • Philadelphia 1926--Population Distribution of Surrounding Region. n.d.
  • United States Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pa., Map of the Yard Showing Improvements to June 20, 1920. Photostatic copy.
  • City of San Diego, Its Splendid Harbor and Immediate Back Country. 1915.
  • Panama Canal Map of the Canal Zone, Aug. 1, 1920.
  • Map of the Dominion of Canada indicating Natural Resources, Transportation, and Trade Routes. [Canada]. Department of the Interior. 1920.

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