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Collection Inventory

Series I. Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh, 1970-1978

Scope and Content Notes:

Series I contains materials related to Reichstein’s work within the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) of Pittsburgh from 1970-1979. The series includes correspondence , legal documents, legislation, maps, meeting minutes, memorandums, notes, photocopies of news articles, proposals, and statistical data.


Box 1
Folder 1-3 Broaden v. Harris, 1977-1978
Folder 4 Census, 1970-1975
Folder 5 City Planning Capital Budget 1970-1978
Folder 6 City Planning Memorandums, 1971-1977
Folder 7-8 Community Development, 1975-1978
Folder 9 Crime, 1973
Folder 10 Demolitions, 1973
Folder 11 Economic, 1971-1972
Folder 12 Economic, Post-Stewart, 1973- 1978
Folder 13 Education, 1944-1975
Folder 14 Elevators, 1973-1978
Folder 15 Employment, 1972-1978
Folder 16 Home Department Loan Program, 1974-1977
Folder 17 Housing, 1972-1973
Folder 18 Housing Authority, 1973-1975
Folder 19 Housing Memorandums, 1973- 1978
Folder 20 Housing Reports, 1977-1978
Folder 21 Information Systems, 1971-1973
Folder 22 Lands and Buildings, 1971-1973
Folder 23 Newspaper Articles, 1971-1978
Folder 24 Office Memos, Correspondence, and Notes, 1971-1978
Folder 25 Operating Budget for Planning Department, 1972-1978
Folder 26 Parks and Recreation, 1972-1977
Folder 27 Petition, 1971
Folder 28 Post Office Planning, 1971-1975
Folder 29 Public Works, 1971-1977
Folder 30 Tax Delinquency Study Memorandums, 1975
Folder 31 Transportation, 1971-1974
Folder 32-33 Zoning, 1971-1976

Series II. Urban Redevelopment Reports and Publications, 1968-1979

Scope and Content Notes:

Series II contains materials related to Reichstein’s work within the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) of Pittsburgh. This series is concentrated on published, bound reports developed by that department, including materials concerning the city’s buildings, budgets, economic development, employment, planning, and taxes.


Box 1
Folder 34 "Analysis, Policy and Progarm for Declining Areas in Pittsburgh," 1972
Folder 35 "A Profile of Employment in the Pittsburgh SMSA," 1974
Folder 36 "Capital Budget Pittsburgh," 1976
Folder 37 "The Changing City," 1969

Box 2
Folder 1 "City Planning Information System," 1973
Folder 2 "Grandview Study Report," 1971
Folder 3 "Pittsburgh: A Look Backward from 1980," 1968
Folder 4 "Pittsburgh Demolition Program, 1960-1972," 1973
Folder 5 "Population and Housing 1970 U.S. Census," 1971
Folder 6-7 "Pittsburgh: A Profile of Social and Economic Characteristics," 1974
Folder 8 Proposed Budgets, 1979
Folder 9 Six Year Development Program, 1974
Folder 10 Study of Declining Older Neighborhoods, undated
Folder 11 "Analysis of Property Tax Delinquency in the City of Pittsburgh," 1975
Folder 12 "Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh: An Introduction to Its Structure and Functions," 1970
Folder 13 "Urban Information System of the Department of City Planning," 1970

Series III. Reports from Various Agencies, 1923-1978

Scope and Content Notes:

Series III contains materials published by various organizations, but utilized by Reichstein while working with the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh. This series includes publications from committees, associations, councils, and private companies to aid in city planning and development.


Box 2
Folder 14 American Institute of Planners, June 1974
Folder 15 Central Northside Neighborhood Council, undated
Folder 16 Citizens Committee on City Plan of Pittsburgh, October 1923
Folder 17 Jail Removal Association, undated
Folder 18 Minority Business Enterprise Committee of Pittsburgh, October 1978
Folder 19 Model Cities Agency, June 1977
Folder 20 Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, undated
Folder 21 Price Waterhouse & Co., August 1977
Folder 22 Regional Industrial Development Corporation, undated

Map-case 17 / 1
Oversize 1 Allegheny Conference on Community Development, undated
Oversize 2 Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, undated
Oversize 3 Pittsburgh Regional Planning Association, undated