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The Strip District: For Further Reading

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* The Boys Club of Pittsburgh
Harper, Frank C. "Pittsburgh Day by Day: The Boys Club out in The Strip Is Doing a Magnificent Community Service, and It Needs Help," Pittsburgh Press, 22 March 1928.

* Father Cox
Jones, David T. "City Loses Colorful Priest in Passing of Father Cox," Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, 22 March 1951.

* Rodman Gun
Williams, Edward G. "Pittsburgh, Birthplace of a Science," The Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine (September 1962): 263-272.

* The Strip--Community
Bennett, Marcia. "Where the City Shops: Here's Walking Tour of Strip District," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 13 March 1987, 14-15.
Butler, Ann. "Holler Guys: They're Part of The Strip's Appeal," Pittsburgh Press, 1 October 1985, B6-B7.
Hirschl, Bee Paul. "Future City Growth Heads towards Strip," Pittsburgh Business Times, 31 January 1983, 12s.
Jones, Diana Nelson. "Strip Ponders a New Role: District's Character Challenged by Plans for Development," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 24 July 1991, 21,23.
Rouvalis, Cristina. "Produce Terminal Aims to Be 'Jewel' of Strip," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 23 November 1982, 11.
Warner, David. "Strip District Renaissance Caliguiri Aim," Pittsburgh Press, 31 July 1977, A-7.

* The Strip--History
"Know Your City: [The Pittsburgh Produce Yards]," Pittsburgh Sun, [2 or 3] November [1923].
Orndorff, J. K., comp. The Fruit Auctioneer: Scrap Book of Union Fruit Auction Co., Inc. 1901-1985. Pittsburgh: n.p., n.d.
"Penn Avenue in 1861 Had Different Aspect," Pittsburgh Sun, 21 November 1916.


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