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Oakland: Notes

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  1. "Blind Unit Unveils Renovated Facility Here," Pittsburgh Press, 16 April 1977.
  2. Robert Fromer, "Martin Luther King at Pitt: Brotherhood and Class War Are Strange Bedfellows," The Pittsburgh Point, 10 November 1966, 4.
  3. W. Frew, "In Memoriam," Carnegie Magazine (July 1946).
  4. "Mrs. Carnegie Dies at 89 in New York," Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, 24 June 1946.
  5. "Andrew Carnegie's Widow Dies at 89 in New York," Pittsburgh Press, 24 June 1946.
  6. "Clemente Is Voted into Hall of Fame," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 21 March 1973.
  7. Puck, "Roberto Clemente's MVP Award Confirms Our Suspicions: Pittsburgh Has the Most Exciting Player in the NL Today," The Pittsburgh Point, 15 December 1966, 10.
  8. Nellie King, "Remembering Roberto: He Was a Perfectionist and an Artist, and He Was Also Often Misunderstood," Pittsburgh (March 1978): 85. [Nellie King quoting Cincinnati scout Rex Bowen.]
  9. C. R. Ways, "Clemente's Time of Honor Has Come...," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 25 April 1972.
  10. Jess Peters, "Mr. Do It Yourself of the Pittsburgh Pirates," Black Sports Magazine (November 1972): 31.
  11. "Roberto Clemente Statue Dedication July 8, 1994 Three Rivers Stadium," [Dedication Program], (Pittsburgh: [Roberto Clemente Statue Committee], 1994), [unpaged].
  12. Ibid.
  13. "What's in a Name?" Carnegie Magazine (January 1955): 29-30.
  14. Presentation of the Carnegie Library to the People of Pittsburgh, with a Description of the Dedicatory Exercises, November 5th, 1895 ([Pittsburgh]: The Corporation of the City of Pittsburgh, [n.d.]), 13-19.
  15. Ibid., 25-26.
  16. Mark Collins, "Secret Life: The Bellefield Boiler," Pitt Magazine (January 1992): 4.
  17. Rita Reif, "Baseball Card Brings $451,000," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 23 March 1991, 1.
  18. William E. Benswanger, "Honus Wagner: Greatness Not Covered by Record Books Alone," Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, 11 August 1959, 16.
  19. Hodges, "The Flying Dutchman," Carnegie Magazine (April 1974), [210].
  20. Ibid.
  21. Les Biederman, "Death Takes Baseball Idol of Millions," Pittsburgh Press, 6 December 1955, 34.
  22. Roy McHugh, "25 Years Later, Mazeroski Is Remembered for Home Run," Pittsburgh Press, 13 October 1985, D1.
  23. Hodges, "Maz: An In-Charge Guy," Pittsburgh Point, 13 April 1967, 11.
  24. Gene Collier, "'Get Two' Was No. 9's Credo," Pittsburgh Press, 7 August 1987, D2.
  25. Ed Bouchette, "Maz: 'It Was Just Another Home Run to Win a Ball Game,'" Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 14 June 1990, 28.
  26. John Troan, "Polio Is Conquered," Pittsburgh Press, 12 April 1955, 1.
  27. Christine Kindl, "The Creation of a Cure: The Jonas Salk Story," Tribune-Review, 9 September 1990, 3(Focus).
  28. Douglas Heuck, "Jonas Salk at 80: Salk's Regrets Are Few," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 27 November 1994, A10.
  29. Marc Selvaggio, "The Making of Jonas Salk," Pittsburgh (June 1984), 49.
  30. F. S. Cheever, "Dr. Jonas Salk: Leadership Qualities Draw Skilled, Devoted Workers," Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, 4 August 1959, 14.
  31. James D. Van Trump, "The Angelic Eye: Bellefield from the Air," Carnegie Magazine (September 1975), 321.
  32. Ibid.
  33. Franklin Toker, Pittsburgh: An Urban Portrait, (University Park: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1986), 5.
  34. Mel Seidenberg, "Pitt Architect Hornbostel Is Dead at 94," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 15 December 1961.
  35. Ibid.
  36. Ibid.
  37. Fred Remington, "Horny," Pittsburgher Magazine (February 1980), 25.
  38. Seidenberg, [no page].
  39. Remington, 25.
  40. James D. Van Trump and Arthur P. Ziegler, Jr. Landmark Architecture of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, (Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation, 1967), 14.
  41. Seidenberg, [no page].
  42. Remington, 25.
  43. The University of Pittsburgh: A Place to Discover, [Brochure], (Pittsburgh: Department of University Relations, n.d.), 8.
  44. George T. Fleming, "Pitt's Ancestor--The Pittsburgh Academy," Gazette Times, 3 May 192?.
  45. John G. Bowman, Inside the Cathedral, (Pittsburgh: The University of Pittsburgh, 1925), 23.
  46. Karl Keffer, Jr., "University of Pittsburgh: Its Eventful History," Gazette Times, 26 February 1911.
  47. John G. Bowman, The Cathedral Living, (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh, 1934), 13.
  48. Sandy Hamm, "University of Pittsburgh: All Systems Cognizant of Minority Environment,"New Pittsburgh Courier, 15 April 1995, A3.
  49. Based on: Department of City Planning, City of Pittsburgh, "Central Oakland," in 1990 Census of Population and Housing Reports No. 3, Whole City A-F, Population, Social, Economic & Housing Data by Neighborhood, 1940-1990 ([Pittsburgh]: City of Pittsburgh, [n.d]), [unpaged]; Department of City Planning, City of Pittsburgh, "North Oakland," in 1990 Census of Population and Housing Reports No. 3, Whole City G-Q, Population, Social, Economic & Housing Data by Neighborhood, 1940-1990 ([Pittsburgh]: City of Pittsburgh, [n.d.]), [unpaged]; Department of City Planning, City of Pittsburgh, "South Oakland," in 1990 Census of Population and Housing Reports No. 3, Whole City R-Z, Population, Social, Economic & Housing Data by Neighborhood, 1940-1990 ([Pittsburgh]: City of Pittsburgh, [n.d.]), [unpaged]; Department of City Planning, City of Pittsburgh, "West Oakland," in 1990 Census of Population and Housing Reports No. 3, Whole City R-Z, Population, Social, Economic & Housing Data by Neighborhood, 1940-1990 ([Pittsburgh]: City of Pittsburgh, [n.d.]), [unpaged];
    and
    University Center for Social and Urban Research, University of Pittsburgh, The Social Geography of Allegheny County, vol. 2, Neighborhood Profiles (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh, [n.d.]), 334-337, 482-485, 542-545, 610-613.
  50. Based on: Housing Reports No. 3.
  51. The Carnegie Institute: Annual Report of the President of the Board of Trustees, for the Fiscal Year April 1, 1909 - March 31, 1910, (Pittsburgh: Carnegie Institute, 1910), 108.
  52. "What Carnegie Tech Brings to Pittsburgh," Bulletin of the Carnegie Institute, (September 1927), 18.
  53. "Dossier: Fred Rogers," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 11.
  54. "Mrs. Mary E. Schenley Died at London Home; Andrew Carnegie Wires Tribute to Memory; Pittsburgh to Honor Queenly Benefactress," Pittsburgh Gazette, 6 November 1903, 1.
  55. Ibid.
  56. Jeanne Marie Laskas, "The Good Life--And Works--of Mister Rogers," Life (November 1992), 76.
  57. Bill Steigerwald, "The Timeless Simplicity of Fred Rogers," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 7 February 1993, 3.
  58. John Sedgwick, "Who the Devil Is Fred Rogers?" Wigwag (November 1989), 28.
  59. James O'Toole, "Mr. Rogers Red Sweater Warms Smithsonian Visitors," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 11 November 1985.
  60. Ibid.
  61. David A. Fryxell, "Mapping Mister Rogers' Neighborhood: Boys and Girls, Can You Say 'Data Base'?" Pitt Magazine (May 1987), 8.
  62. Al Santoli, "I Like You Just the Way You Are: His Neighborhood Is a Great Place to Be," Parade Magazine, 28 March 1993, 4.
  63. T. L. Rodgers, "The Last Duel in Pennsylvania," Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine 12 (1929), 54.
  64. Charles W. Dahlinger, Pittsburgh: A Sketch of Its Early Social Life (New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1916), 146-147.
  65. Ibid., 148-149.
  66. Rodgers, 55.
  67. Dahlinger, 149.
  68. "Forbes Field Opening," Pittsburg Press, 30 June 1909, 1.
  69. "Remnant of Wall at Forbes Field Recalls Great Triumphs by Pirates," Pittsburgh Press, 19 September 1984, B5.
  70. Pete Bishop, "New Three Rivers Felt Lacking: Old Forbes Field Wistfully Recalled," Pittsburgh Press, 13 June 1975, 15.
  71. Dedication of Center Field Plaza Commemorating the Site of Forbes Field, Thursday, November 4, 1976 2 p. m. (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh, 1976), [2].
  72. Beatrice Meitlein, "From a Pittsburgh Notebook," Greater Pittsburgh (February 1933), 15.
  73. C. H. Gillespie, "Forbes Field, World's Finest Baseball Park Ready for Opening Day," Pittsburg Press, 27 June 1909, 6(Summer Resort Section).
  74. James Jerpe, "Forbes Field, the World's Finest Baseball Grounds," Pittsburgh Post, 27 June 1909, 6.
  75. Franklin Toker, Pittsburgh: An Urban Portrait (University Park: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1986), 101.
  76. Ralph Brem, "Another Hollow Victory for Oakland: 341-Foot Stone-Arch Bridge Buried near Proposed Research Park: Saint Pierre Ravine Became Schenley Plaza," Pittsburgh Press, 16 June 1963, 1(Section 3).
  77. Ibid.
  78. Ibid.
  79. Ibid.
  80. Ibid.
  81. Ibid.
  82. Ibid.
  83. Elizabeth Taylor Herbertson, Pittsburgh Bridges (Jericho, New York: Exposition Press, 1970), 108.
  84. Ibid.
  85. Ibid.
  86. Marilyn Evert, Discovering Pittsburgh's Sculpture (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1983), 190.
  87. Herbertson, 108.
  88. "How Freedom Was Secured. Patriotic Addresses Feature the Opening Exercises of the Day. Tribute to Mrs. Schenley. Pitcairn Talks of the Donors of the Park and Library. Panther Statues Unveiled." Pittsburg Post, 6 July 1897, 1.
  89. S. Lee Kann, Show Places, Know Places, Go Places in Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh: The Lee-Art Publishing Company, 1932), 169.
  90. Douglas Heuck, "Dr. Jonas Salk Dies at 80," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 24 June 1995, A1.
  91. Ibid.

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