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North Side: For Further Reading


* Allegheny Center Mall
Elliott, Suzanne. "'It's Not a Mall': Allegheny Center Mall Lost Most of Its Retail Stores, but Soon Attracted Office Tenants; Expansion Is Next," Pittsburgh Business Times, 25 April 1994, 1,26.

* Allegheny City
Dahlinger, Charles W. Old Allegheny. Pittsburgh: [Reprinted from the Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine], 1918.
"Doctrinal Debate Ends: Discussion of Religious Topics in Allegheny Draws Thousands of Auditors: Punishment or Destruction: Issue of Immortality of the Damned Has Able Exponents on Both Sides: Reasoning from Scriptures," Pittsburg Post, 2 November 1903, 5.
Rimmel, William M. The Allegheny Story. Pittsburgh: Guttendorf Press, c1981.
_________________. "Out of the Past: Allegheny's First School for Blacks," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 8 January 1983, 22.
_________________. "Out of the Past: Recollection of Old Dutchtown," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 15 February 1975, 17.
_________________. "Out of the Past: Some Famous Medicine Men," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 12 October 1974, 19.
_________________. "Out of the Past: Some Laws for the Books," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 4 January 1975, 17.
_________________. "Out of the Past: Taverns Had Big Role in Old Allegheny's Life," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 9 December 1978, 16.
Schmude, Bryant T. "Pittsburgh's in the Navy," The Northside Chronicle (February 1991), 12,13.
Van Trump, James D., "1300-1335 Liverpool Street, Manchester, Old Allegheny, Pittsburgh," Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation, n.d.
Van Trump, James D., and Charles W. Shane. "Picking Up the Pieces in Dutchtown," Carnegie Magazine (June 1970), 226-228.

* Cather, Willa
Montgomery, Kristen. "A Queen in the Kingdoms of Presbyteria and Bohemia: Novelist Willa Cather's Life in Turn-of-the-Century Pittsburgh," Pittsburgh (April 1993), 32-35.

* Community College of Allegheny County
"'Bootstraps' Pulling Dropouts to College: Triggers Expansion," Pittsburgh Press, 19 December 1967.
"Community College Goal Is Outlined: Morrissey Pledges Co-Operation with City Schools," Pittsburgh Press, 13 May 1966.
Eskey, Kenneth. "Trustees Pick Hilltop Site for College: Plan Acquisitions for City Campus on Monument Hill," Pittsburgh Press, 6 April 1966, 1,4.
Stein, Herbert G. "Cheerleaders' Problem Noted: Trustees Vexed on College Name," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 8 June 1966.

* Ferris, George & the Ferris Wheel
"Big Wheels--A Pittsburgher's Idea," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 14 May 1959, 1(Daily Magazine).
Jones, Diana Nelson. "Up & Over, Down & Back: One Hundred Years Ago a Pittsburgh Man Designed a Huge Wheel of Steel That Showed the Entertainment Promise of Engineering Ingenuity. The Floating Feeling, the Scenic Views--the Ferris Wheel Is Still Turning," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 4 July 1993, G-1,G-2.
Waltzer, Jim. "Wheel of Fortune: Pittsburgh Engineer George Ferris Lost His Wealth, but Enriched a Nation," Pittsburgh (September 1993), 32-33.

* Graham, Martha
De Mille, Agnes. Martha: The Life and Work of Martha Graham. New York: Random House, 1991.
Graham, Martha. Blood Memory. New York: Doubleday, 1991.
Terry, Walter. Frontiers of Dance: The Life of Martha Graham. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1975.

* Heinz, H. J.
Alberts, Robert C. The Good Provider: H. J. Heinz and His 57 Varieties. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1973.

* Jehovah's Witnesses
Harrison, Barbara Grizzuti. Visions of Glory: A History and a Memory of Jehovah's Witnesses. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1978.
Vandenberg, Albert V. "Charles Taze Russell: Pittsburgh Prophet, 1879-1909," Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine (January 1986), 3-20.

* Manchester Craftsmen's Guild
Lowry, Patricia. "Manchester Arts, Crafts Center a Dream Come True for Director," Pittsburgh Press, 16 January 1987, C1,C2.

* National Aviary
Epperson, Sharon. "Breeding Hope: Rare Birds Raised at Aviary for the Wild," Pittsburgh Press, 2 July 1987, C1.
Jones, Diana Nelson. "Groups Hatch Plan for the Aviary's Future," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 2 March 1992, 11,12.
Lathan, Roger. "Birdland! It Is both Entertaining and Educational for Persons of All Ages to Visit the North Side Aviary-Conservatory," Pittsburgh Press, 25,26(Sunday Magazine).
Sheehan, Andrew. "North Side Groups Flock to Aid Aviary," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 20 September 1991, 1,8.
______________. "Flap Builds over Aviary: North Side Leaders Ready to Fight Any Move to Close City Birdhouse," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 19 September 1991, 1,6.

* North Side--Redevelopment
Gannon, Joyce. "Downtown without Being Downtown," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 8 May 1994, L1.
Golightly, John. "Allegheny West Group Fears CCAC Buildup," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 1 January 1982, 14.
Hammonds, Donald I. "Chateau-Woods Run Renaissance Studied," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 25 March 1986, 4.
Haynes, Sonya M. "Murphy Plan Targets North Side Intersection: 'We Don't Have to Lose Neighborhoods to Undesirable Forces," New Pittsburgh Courier, 30 July 1994, A1,A4.
Hoover, Bob. "The North Side: A Neighborhood in Motion: Area Persists as Entities Come and Go," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 17 February 1992, 11,12.
Sachs, Sylvia. "Mansions Regain Grandeur in North Side Renovation," Pittsburgh Press, 15 April 1978, A5.
Schmidt, Judy. "New Construction Will Eliminate Run Down Conditions: North Side Campus Has Growth Pains," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 1 December 1967, [Daily Magazine].
Zellner, Wendy. "Bringing Up 'Maybes': Neighborhood Fund Lures Infant Companies to North Side," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 24 February 1987, 19,20.

* Rinehart, Mary Roberts
Cohn, Jan. "Mary Roberts Rinehart," Carnegie Magazine (September 1976), 300-306.

* Three Rivers Stadium
Three Rivers Stadium: Souvenir Book. Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Club, 1970.
Vondas, Jerry. "Hungry, Thirsty 3 Rivers Fans Keep Crew Busy," Pittsburgh Press, 24 May 1983, A18.

* Warhol, Andy & The Warhol Museum
Alexander, Paul. "What Happened to Andy's Treasures?" New York Magazine, 27 January 1992, 26-32.
Hess, Elizabeth. "Andyland: A Museum of His Own," Village Voice, 24 May 1994, 28,30.
Kramer, Hilton. "Warhol: A Nice Museum for a Nasty Man?" Tribune-Review, 1 January 1995, E1,E6.
Peers, Alexandra. "Warhol's Backers Argue That Warhol Is Passe," Wall Street Journal, 21 January 1994, B1, B6.
Plagens, Peter. "Pop Goes to Pittsburgh: Art: Local Boy Andy Warhol Gets a Museum. But Will Estate's Lawyer Get $14 Million?" Newsweek, 23 May 1994, 63.
Sozanski, Edward J. "Andy Warhol Goes Home: Museum Enshrines Pittsburgh's Native Son--And Raises Questions with No Answers," Chicago Tribune, 19 June 1994, 18-20(Section 13).
Trebay, Guy. "Andyland: Famous All over Town," Village Voice, 24 May 1994, 29-30,32.
Vondas, Jerry. "Warhol Mania Spends the Weekend on North Side," Tribune-Review, 16 May 1994, A1, A5.

* West Park
"Back Yard Folklore: Historical West Park Is a Summer Fun Place," Voice of North Hills, 15 May 1963.
Driscoll, Ann. "Surgery for an Iron Deer," Pittsburgh Press, 21 January 1968, 18.
"Give West Park to the People, North Side Group Warns City," Pittsburgh Press, 1 July 1969.
"North Side Battle Dying Out: City Making 'Things Happen' in Park Dispute," Pittsburgh Press, 24 August 1969, 20 (Section 1).
O'Neil, Dennis E. "City Planning To Provide Lake in Old Allegheny: New Facility in West Park To Be Located on Site of Old Lake Elizabeth," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 26 December 1966.
Place, John. "West Park To Make Old-Time Splash: Lake To Beautify North Side: U.S. To Chip In on Financing: Cost Estimated at $400,000," Pittsburgh Press, 24 July 1966.

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