Downtown: For Further Reading
- Allegheny County Courthouses
- Van Trump, James D. Majesty of the Law: The
Houses of Allegheny County. Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh History &
Landmarks Foundation, 1988.
- Clocks & Kaufmann's Clock
- "Downtown's Clocks Are Time-Honored Markers,"
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 28 December 1982, 32.
- Laskas, Jeanne Marie. "Real Pittsburgh: Biography of
a Clock," Pittsburgh (January 1985): 17-18.
- Vondas, Jerry. "Clock Has Timely Return: Kaufmann's
Unveiling Refurbished Landmark Monday," Pittsburgh Press, 7 November
- ____________. "Kaufmann's Clock Taking Some Time
Off," Pittsburgh Press, 27 June 1987, B5.
- Delany, Martin
- Sajna, Mike. "Martin Delany: Father of
Black Nationalism," Tribune Review, 25 February 1990, 4,5(Focus).
- Fires & the Great Fire (1845)
- Demorest, Rose. "Pittsburgh: The Great Fire:
[9 typewritten pages. Vertical File, Pennsylvania Department, The
Library of Pittsburgh.]
- "Disastrous Fire of 1845 Spurred City to Greater
Growth: Trading Area of Triangle Laid in Ruins: 982 Buildings
Wiped Out; Only Two Lives Lost: $8,000,000 Lost: Citizens Wasted
No Time in Staging Recovery," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 26
September 1936, 12.
- Fleming, George T. "Great Conflagrations That Have
Changed the Appearance of the City," Pittsburgh Gazette Times, 28 June 1914.
- Kondis, Tom. "The Inferno: Because a Bunch of the
Boys Were Being Boys, About a Third of This City Went Up In Smoke,"
Pittsburgh, 8 November 1976, 34-35,74-76.
- Lowry, Patricia. "Hell with the Lid Off: 150 Years
Ago, a Third of Pittsburgh Went Up In Flames," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 9
April 1995, G1,G13(Sunday Magazine).
- Lytle, William G., Jr. "Washerwoman's Fire Starter
of Blaze Which Swept through Pittsburgh in 1845," Pittsburgh Press, 5
- Movies & the Nickelodeon
- Connelly, Eugene Lemoyne. "The First Motion
Theater," Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine 23 (March 1940), 1-12.
- Kohler, Roy. "Nickelodeon Playbacks,"
Greater Pittsburgh (November 1967), 17-20.
- Krug, Karl. "Pittsburgh Cradle of Movie Industry
with 'Nickelodeon' First Film Theater," Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph .
- "Reel Fun for a Nickel: Five Cent Twin-Bill No Popcorn: Fifty
Years Ago This Month, a White Sheet Was Hung in a Storeroom on Smithfield
St., and John P. Harris Opened the World's First Moving Picture
Theatre," Greater Pittsburgh (June 1955), 18-19,42.
- Swetnam, George. "Pittsburgh Movie Pioneers: City
Made Three Big Contributions to Industry, but Two of These Are Often
Forgotten," Pittsburgh Press, 16 February 1964, 8-9(Sunday Magazine).
- "Tablet Marks 1st Movie," Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph,
19 June 1929.
- The Oyster House
- Altdorfer, John."Real
Pittsburgh: Lunch at The Oyster House," Pittsburgh (October 1987), 13.
- Macleod, Scott. "Lunch
Hour: Fish, Beer at Oyster House: Customer Variety," Greensburg
Tribune-Review, 13 July 1975, A5.
- Smithfield Street Bridge
- Belko, Mark. "Workers Digging Deep into Bridge
Its True Colors: Smithfield Span to Get Face Lift," Pittsburgh
Post-Gazette, 28 January 1992, 4.
- Grata, Joe. "Old Color Revives History of Bridge:
The Rebuilt Smithfield Street Bridge Is Due to Reopen Tomorrow If Its New
Paint Job Is Finished on Schedule," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 20 June
- _________. "Smithfield Bridge Getting Illuminating
Birthday Present," Pittsburgh Press, 16 January 1984, B1.
- _________. "Spanning Centuries: Historic Smithfield
Street Bridge Reopens to Cars and Buses Friday; Repairs Done but Old Look
Remains," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 13 November 1994, B4.
- Hritz, Thomas M., and Dave Lehrer.
"Monday Report: Station Square: Its Future Tied to Old Bridge,"
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 7 March 1977, 1.
- Lehrer, Dave. "Smithfield St. Bridge Heritage:
Warnings, Plans, Delay," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 5 August 1976, 9.
- Lindenthal, G. "Rebuilding of the Monongahela Bridge
at Pittsburgh, Pa." In Transactions, by American Society of Civl
Engineers, September 1883, 353-392.
- Love, Gilbert, and Joe Grata.
"Smithfield St. Bridge Quietly Spans 100 Years: $5.1 Million Repairs Open
2nd Century," Pittsburgh Press, 17 July 1983, C1.
- Patterson, John. "German Designers Built 'Three'
Smithfield Street Bridges," AAA Motorist (June 1994), 5.
- "Shake, Rattle & Roll: It'll Soon Be History on the
Smithfield Street Bridge," [Editorial] Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 18
December 1993, D2.
- Van Trump, James D. "A Trinity of Bridges: The
Smithfield Street Bridge over the Monongahela River at Pittsburgh,"
Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, 58 (October 1975), 439-470.