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Oakland: For Further Reading

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* Carnegie, Andrew; & the Carnegie
Carnegie, Andrew. An American Four-in-Hand in Britain. Garden City: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1933.
_______________. Andrew Carnegie's Own Story. Reprinted for The Carnegie Dunfermline Trust by kind permission of Houghton Mifflin Compnay, 1984.
_______________. Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1920.
_______________. The Empire of Business. Garden City: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1933.
_______________. The Gospel of Wealth and Other Timely Essays. Garden City: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1933.
_______________. A League of Peace: A Rectoral Address Delivered to the Students in the University of St. Andrews 17th October, 1905. Boston: Ginn & Company, 1906.
_______________. Triumphant Democracy or Fifty Years' March of the Republic. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1886.
Farrah, Margaret Ann. Andrew Carnegie: A Psychohistorical Sketch. Ann Arbor, Michigan: University Microfilms International, 1982.
Leichtman, Robert R. From Heaven to Earth: Carnegie Returns. Columbus: Ariel Press, 1982.
Van Trump, James D. An American Palace of Culture: The Carnegie Institute and Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh: Carnegie Institute and Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation, 1970.
Wall, Joseph Frazier. Andrew Carnegie. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1989.
__________________, ed. The Andrew Carnegie Reader. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1992.
Wilson, Ellen S. The Carnegie. Thames and Hudson Ltd.: London, 1992.
Wilson, Margaret Barclay, ed. A Carnegie Anthology. New York: n.p., 1915.

* Clemente, Roberto
"Clemente Air Crash Death Mourned: Dies on Mercy Mission," Pittsburgh Press, 2 January 1973, 1,7.
Hamm, Sandy. "Roberto: Angel in the Outfield: Bronze Statue of 'The Great One,' Roberto Clemente, Now Greets Visitors Arriving at Three Rivers Stadium," New Pittsburgh Courier, 9 July 1994, A1,A4.
Kinnunen, Martin. "Sculptress Takes on Challenge, Honor of Roberto Sculpture," Tribune-Review, 11 October 1993, C1.
McDaniel, Douglas. "Flight to Glory: The Wife of Roberto Clemente Recalls the Hero and Humanitarian," The Diamond (June 1993): 32-40.
Ruck, Rob. "Remembering Roberto Clemente: Twenty Years After His Death, Many of Us Can Still See Him Gliding across the Outfield Grass, Slashing at a Pitch with Explosive Fluidity," Pittsburgh (December 1992): 36-42.
Smizik, Bob. "A Day for Roberto: Clemente and City Had a Special Love Affair," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 9 July 1994, D1,D5.

* Forbes Field
Biederman, Lester J. "And They Laughed at Dreyfuss' Dream: Half Century of Major Sports History Written on Pirates' Forbes Field Turf," Pittsburgh Press, 30 November 1958, 1,6(Section2).
Christine, Bill. "Forbes Field Fades into Memory after 4,700 Games," Pittsburgh Press, 28 June 1970, 3(Section 4).

* Hornbostel, Henry
Hannegan, Barry, and James Van Trump. "Henry Hornbostel and His Campus," Carnegie Alumnus (December 1959).
__________________________________. "Technology's Temple," Carnegie Alumnus (April 1960), 2-7.
Van Trump, James D. "Henry Hornbostel: The New Brutalism," The Charette (May 1966), 8-11.

* Mazeroski, Bill
Mazeroski, Bill as told to Bob Hertzel. "'You Just Signed What They Threw at You,'" Pittsburgh Press, 15 April 1984, 22,25,30,32,34-35 (Magazine).
O'Brien, Jim. Maz and the '60 Bucs: When Pittsburgh and Its Pirates Went All the Way. Pittsburgh: James O'Brien Publishing, 1993.

* Oakland--Community
DaParma, Ron. "University Sprawl Decried at Seminar," Tribune-Review, 20 January 1993, A1,A5.
Jones, Diana Nelson. "Partners in Putting New Face on Neighborhood," [Breachmenders], Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 30 April 1990, 13-14.
Mendelson, Abby. "The Far Edge of Oakland: Phil Pappas Is Working to Help Lower South Oakland Help Itself," Pittsburgh (February 1987), 21-22.
O'Neill, Brian. "Fading Footsteps: Cobbler Sees Changes in Oakland During 60 Years," Pittsburgh Press, 21 February 1990, B1.
Schwalb, Myrna. In the Scaife's Front Yard...Inspired by the New Gallery, Artists Are Moving In Nearby and Turning the Craig Street Area into a Kind of Colony," Pittsburgh (October 1975), 51-53.
Shrensky, Isadore. "Forbes Field, Pitt: 'Nuisances' Put Zip in Oakland," Pittsburgh Press, 2 July 1970.

* Oakland--History
Duggan, Jackie. "Oakland Never Stopped Growing," The Pitt News, 18 April 1995, 1,3.
Sachs, Sylvia. "Keeping the Heat on Oakland," Pittsburgh Press, 11 January 1981, 18-20(Roto).

* Phipps Conservatory
Barnes, Tom. Phipps Gardens Going Private: Council OK's Change; New Board Has Big Plans," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 15 June 1993, B1.

* Pittsburgh Pirates
Burtt, Richard L. The Pittsburgh Pirates: A Pictorial History: A Century Old Baseball Tradition. Virginia Beach, Virginia: Jordan & Company, 1977.
Eckhouse, Morris and Carl Mastrocola. This Date in Pittsburgh Pirates History. New York: Stein and Day, 1980.
Groat, Dick. The World Champion Pittsburgh Pirates. New York: Coward-McCann, Inc., 1961.
Smizik, Bob. The Pittsburgh Pirates: An Illustrated History. New York: Walker & Company, 1990.

* Rogers, Fred
Collins, Mark, and Margaret Mary Kimmel, editors. Mister Rogers' Neighborhood: Children, Television, and Fred Rogers. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh, 1996.
Hodiak, Bohdan. "For Mr. Rogers, TV Is a Ministry," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 19 December 1981, 9.

* Salk, Jonas
Heuck, Douglas. "Jonas Salk at 80: Institute a Blueprint for a New Way of Thinking," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 28 November 1994, A1,A6.
_____________. "Jonas Salk at 80: Salk Seeks FDA Approval for AIDS Vaccine Study," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 29 November 1994, A1,A6.
Kirkman, Don. "Salk Mellows As Polio Vaccine Stands Test of Time," Pittsburgh Press, 13 April 1980, A14.
Twedt, Steve. "Salk Saved Frightened Nation from a Crippling Disease," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 20 March 1994, E7.

* Schenley Park
Butler, Ann. "Schenley Park: Life or Death? Face Lift Could Take $20 Million, 20 Years under Master Plan," Pittsburgh Press, 21 May 1991, B1-B2.

* University of Pittsburgh
Alberts, Robert C. Pitt: The Story of the University of Pittsburgh 1787-1987. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1986.
Butler, Ann. "After the Game: Oakland Comes Alive with Pitt Fans," Pittsburgh Press, 4 October 1984, C1.
Eskey, Kenneth. "Pitt Eludes 'Rich Man's School' Label: 75% of Graduates from Modest Homes, Survey Indicates," Pittsburgh Press, 21 November 1965.
"Excerpts from Dr. Crawford's Letter: Pitt Spells Out Its 'State-Related Future Hopes,'" Pittsburgh Press, 12 December 1965.
Goldsmith, Scott. University of Pittsburgh: Then and Now. Louisville: Harmony House Publishers, 1992.
Kalson, Sally. "Women at Pitt," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 8 December 1986, 11.
Lowry, Patricia. "Lofty Landmark: Exhibit Marks Cathedral of Learning's First 50 Years," Pittsburgh Press, 20 March 1987, C1-C2.
"Pitt at 200," [Special Bicentennial Insert], Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 21 October 1986.
Starrett, Agnes Lynch. Through One Hundred and Fifty Years: The University of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1937.

* Wagner, Honus
Cernkovic, Rudy. "Born a Century Ago, Honus Wagner Bats 1.000 in Eyes of Pittsburghers," Pittsburgh Press, 23 February 1974, 1.
DeValeria, Dennis, and Jeanne Burke DeValeria. Honus Wagner: A Biography. New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1996.
Feeney, Charles. "Honus Wagner Wins 'Greatest Pirate Ever' Contest," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 13 June 1969, 21.
Kavanagh, Jack. Honus Wagner. New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 1994.
McKittrick, Rosemary. "The House That Wagner Built: Memories of a Grandfather and Baseball Legend," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 10 July 1994, 6-9,11 (The Gazette).


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