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North Side: Notes


  1. "Roberto Clemente Statue Dedication July 8, 1994 Three Rivers Stadium," [Dedication Program], (Pittsburgh: [Roberto Clemente Statue Committee], 1994), [unpaged].
  2. Ibid.
  3. James R. Mellow, Charmed Circle: Gertrude Stein & Company (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1974), 21.
  4. Ibid., 468.
  5. Ibid., 471.
  6. A Gertrude Stein quote taken from plaque at residence [850 Beech Ave., North Side] claimed as birthplace of Gertrude Stein. The plaque, in full, reads: "Allegheny West. Birthplace of Gertrude Stein. In this house on February 3, 1874, Gertrude Stein was born to Daniel and Amelia Stein. Author, poet, feminist, playwright, and catalyst in the development of modern art and literature. 'In the United States there is more space where nobody is than where anybody is. This is what makes America what it is.' Allegheny West Historic District."
  7. "Gertrude Stein Forgotten or Unknown in North Side Area Where She Was Born: Grand Duchess of Literary 'What's It All About-dom' Native of Beech Avenue," Pittsburgh Press, 15 April 1934.
  8. Donald Miller, "Andy's Roots: Artist's Brother Paul Warhola Reviews Family's Pittsburgh Past," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 9 March 1985, 11.
  9. Bill Homisak, "'A Republican among Bohemians,'" Tribune-Review, 19 August 1990, E1.
  10. Donald Miller, "Avant-Garde Warhol Given Traditional Farewell," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 27 February 1987, 1.
  11. Bennard B. Perlman, "The Education of Andy Warhol: 'The Only Student with a Saleable Product," Carnegie Mellon Magazine (Summer 1994), 20.
  12. Bennard B. Perlman, "The Education of Andy Warhol," in The Andy Warhol Museum [The Inaugural Publication] (Pittsburgh: The Andy Warhol Museum, 1994), 147.
  13. Ibid.
  14. "The Andy Warhol Museum," [brochure], ([Pittsburgh]: The Andy Warhol Museum, [1994]).
  15. Charles C. Robb, "The 'Real' Andy Warhol Drops In at Pitt," Pittsburgh Point, 4 April 1968, 1,4.
  16. Bennard B. Perlman, "The Education of Andy Warhol," in The Andy Warhol Museum [The Inaugural Publication] (Pittsburgh: The Andy Warhol Museum, 1994), 156.
  17. Kelly B. Casey, "Wheel of Fortune Didn't Pay Off for Mr. Ferris," Tribune-Review, 25 July 1993, B1.
  18. [Death Notices]. Pittsburgh Gazette, 24 November 1896.
  19. Diana Nelson Jones, "A Town Where Time Stands Still," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 2 November 1990, 2.
  20. "Facts & Figures," "The Compendium: Facts, Hidden Fancies and Helpful Hints on The Great Miniature Railroad & Village," (Pittsburgh: The Carnegie Science Center, 1993-1994), [2].
  21. David Zuchowski, "All Aboard! Bigger, Better Train Show Is Back," Tribune-Review, 6 November 1992, D11(Leisure).
  22. Ibid.
  23. Robert Voelker, "48,846 Fans Open New Stadium: Crowd Aglow Even Though Pirates Lose: Perfect Night for Game; Spirit of Forbes Field Reborn in Gusty Roars," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 17 July 1970, 1.
  24. Steve Halvonik, "Spirit of '70s: Three Rivers' Teams Strive to Match Success of Glory Decade," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 13 July 1990, 15.
  25. Pat Livingston, "3 Rivers Asset or Liability? Yes," Pittsburgh Press, 5 March 1975, 57.
  26. Tom Barnes, "Stadium Logos on Sale for Six Figures: Authority Hopes to Line Up 15 Firms Willing to Pay $100,000 a Year," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 31 March 1992, 4.
  27. "Three Rivers, Cozy or Not, Home to Bucs," Tribune-Review, 17 July 1990.
  28. Tom Barnes, "Dreams of Field: Mayor--Build Bucs a Park and They Will Stay," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 6 September 1991, 10.
  29. Steve Halvonik, "Ridge, Mayor to Air Stadium Funding: Rigas Invited as Governor-Elect Pays 'Courtesy-Call' Monday," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 9 December 1994, B1.
  30. Bob Modoono, "It's a Dirty Job, but Someone Has to Do It," Pittsburgh Press, 7 October 1986, C3.
  31. "Facts," [1].
  32. "Incredible Animations Number Nearly 100," "The Compendium: Facts, Hidden Fancies and Helpful Hints on The Great Miniature Railroad & Village," (Pittsburgh: The Carnegie Science Center, 1992-1993), [2].
  33. William M. Rimmel, "Out of the Past: Dutchtown Superstitions," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 7 February 1981, 13.
  34. William M. Rimmel, "Out of the Past: Allegheny's Official Seal," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 13 February 1982, 22.
  35. Gilbert Love, "City of Allegheny: Annexed but Not Forgotten: A Look at the North Side's Fascinating Past," Pittsburgh Press, 3 September 1980, C1.
  36. "The North Side," The Quarterly [Allegheny Health, Education & Research Corp.], (Summer 1983), 20.
  37. Ibid.
  38. Bob Hoover, "The North Side: A Neighborhood in Motion: Renewal, Renaissance Facts of Life," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 17 February 1992, 12.
  39. Ibid.
  40. "Eben M. Byers Dies of Radium Poisoning: Noted Sportsman, 51, Had Drunk a Patented Water for a Long Period: Criminal Inquiry Begun: Pittsburgh and New York Steel Man Won Amateur Golf Title--Was Prominent on Turf," New York Times, 1 April 1932.
  41. Ibid.
  42. Ibid.
  43. Ibid.
  44. E. D. Stewart, "Life of Pastor Russell," Overland Monthly (February 1917), 126.
  45. Ibid.
  46. Gilbert Love, "It Started Here" [Jehovah's Witnesses], Pittsburgh Press, 14 November 1958.
  47. Stewart, 132.
  48. "Jehovah's Witnesses, Center of Flag Rows, Born in Pittsburgh," Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, 22 November 1935.
  49. George Swetnam, "Pastor Russell: 1200 Congregations; 30,000 Sermons: North Side Youth Helped Launch Chain Store System, Then Abandoned It to Become One of the World's Most Controversial Religious Teachers," Pittsburgh Press, 23 August 1953, 6(Sunday Magazine).
  50. Kenneth Speer, "Pittsburgh Day by Day: Our Famous Woman Writer," Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, 20 January 1949.
  51. Mark Roth, "A Legacy Lost: The Story of Mary Roberts Rinehart: Experience Shapes a Writer: From Covering World War I to the Atrocities Faced by the Blackfeet Indians, Mary Roberts Rinehart's Best Writing Teacher Was Life," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 22 February 1993, D2.
  52. Mark Roth, "A Legacy Lost: The Story of Mary Roberts Rinehart: She Wrote Best-Selling Novels and Carefully Crafted Mysteries. She Coined the Phrase, 'The Butler Did It.' She Was a War Correspondent and a Confidante of President," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 21 February 1993, H1.
  53. Speer.
  54. "Pittsburgh Manufacturer Is Victim of Pneumonia," Pittsburgh Post, 15 May 1919.
  55. Ibid.
  56. "H. J. Heinz Is Victim of Pneumonia," Pittsburgh Dispatch, 15 May 1919.
  57. John Lyon, "Old Allegheny Resident and Philanthropist Was Pioneer in Interracial Relations," The Northside Chronicle (February 1995).
  58. "Pittsburgh Philanthropist to Gain Recognition," Pittsburgh Press, 15 March 1953.
  59. Margaret Carlin, "A Dream and a Bulldozer," Pittsburgh Press, 16 February 1969, 16(Sunday Magazine).
  60. "Recognition."
  61. Bernard Morris, "Avery College--Symbol Worth Preserving," Carnegie Magazine (January 1969), 22.
  62. Morris, 23.
  63. Lyon.
  64. Morris, 24.
  65. William M. Rimmel, "Alleghenian's Dream Ends," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 20 November 1971.
  66. "And Death Comes for Willa Cather, Famous Author: As for the Archbishop," Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, 25 April 1947.
  67. "The Mary Cassatt Group," Bulletin of The Carnegie Institute (March 1928), 12.
  68. John A Brashear, A Biographical Sketch of S. P. Langley ([Allegheny]: Allegheny Observatory, 1906), 8.
  69. "S. P. Langley," National Geographic Magazine (March 1906).
  70. Brashear, 9.

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