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Lawrenceville: History: Notes


  1. Margie Carlin, "The Three Faces of Lawrenceville," Pittsburgh Press, 17 October 1976, 26(Roto).
  2. Neighborhoods for Living Center, Pittsburgh Neighborhoods ([Pittsburgh]: [City of Pittsburgh], 1981), 82.
  3. Joseph A. Borkowski, Miscellaneous History of Lawrenceville (n.p., 1989), 17-19.
  4. Tim Ziaukas, "From Loups to LUPS," Pittsburgh, May 1991, 39.
  5. Neighborhoods, 82.
  6. Ibid.
  7. Ibid.
  8. Ziaukas, 40.
  9. Neighborhoods, 82.
  10. Ibid.
  11. Ibid.
  12. "Raising Funds for Tablet in Honor of Explosion Victims," Pittsburgh Press, 10 November 1912.
  13. Ziaukas, 40.
  14. Ibid., 41.
  15. American Service Institute of Allegheny County, "Know Your Community Series: Lawrenceville," News Letter, June 1949, [unpaged].
  16. "Lawrenceville: Its History...," North Hills Greensheet, 14 May 1986, 3.
    and
    "Allegheny Cemetery, Penn Ave. & Butler St., Pittsburgh, PA," (n.p.: Family of Mrs. John G. Daub, 1959), [1].
  17. Neighborhoods, 82.
  18. Ibid., 84.
  19. Abby Mendelson, "Taking Care of Business: Lawrenceville Is a Blue-collar Neighborhood That Pays Its Way," Pittsburgh, October 1988, 28.

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