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Collection Inventory


Box 1
Folder 1 Partial List of Seminar and Thesis Papers
Folder 2 Unknown, “The Response of the Pittsburgh Jewish Community to Holocaust Survivors, 1946-1951”, undated
Folder 3 Unknown, “Pittsburgh Ward 23 (Untitled)”, undated
Folder 4 Unknown, “Women’s Suffrage (Untitled)”, undated
Folders 5-7 Unknown, “Women and the Steel Industry (Untitled)”, undated
Folder 8 Allen, Marjorie J., “The Negro Upper Class in Pittsburgh, 1910-1964”, 1964
Folder 9 Angerman, Gerald, “McKeesport: A Preliminary Study”, 1970
Folder 10 Bedeian, George, “Social Stratification within a Metropolitan Upper Class: Early Twentieth-Century Pittsburgh as a Case Study”, 1974
Folder 11 Bennett, John William, “The Iron Workers of Woods Run (1870-1880)”, 1973
Folder 12 Billings, Warren M., “Steamboat Building in the Pittsburgh Area, 1811-1840”, 1963
Folder 13 Blais, Gerard L., “Lawyers of Pittsburgh, 1860-1890”, 1966
Folder 14 Brown, Donald A., “Sabbatarian Organization and Propaganda in Pittsburgh, 1828-1837”, 1962
Folder 15 Bucki, Cecelia F., “The Evolution of Poor Relief Practice in Nineteenth Century Pittsburgh”, 1977
Folder 16 Callister, Tom, “The Reaction of the Presbytery of Pittsburgh to the New Immigrants”, undated
Folder 17 Carter, Ruth C., “The Congressional Election of 1834 in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania and Hamilton County, Ohio”, 1988
Folder 18 Caye, James Jr., “Violence in the Nineteenth Century Community: The Roundhouse Riot, Pittsburgh, 1877”, 1969
Folder 19 Chamovitz, Marcia, “The Persistence of Ethnic Identity in Two Nationality Groups in a Steel Mill Community”, 1976
Folder 20 Chasan, Joshua, “The Election of 1912 in Allegheny County: A Comparative Study of Progressive, Standpat, and Socialist Leadership”, 1967
Folder 21 Claeren, Wayne H., “The Ministry in Pittsburgh during the Progressive Era”, 1964
Folder 22 Covert, Patricia Ann, “Pittsburgh Reaction to the Mexican War”, 1962
Folder 23 Daly, Janet R., “The Political Context of Zoning in Pittsburgh, 1900-1923”, 1984
Folder 24 Dankovsky, John, “The Ante-Bellum Temperance Movement in Pennsylvania”, 1971
Folder 24 Dankovsky, John, “Pittsburgh City Government, 1816-1850”, 1971
Folder 25 Davidson, J.E., “An Investigation of Land Prices in Washington County: 1773-1820”, undated
Folder 25 Unknown, “18th Century Land Ownership (Untitled)”, undated
Folder 26 Davidson, J.E., “Creativity in American Chemistry, 1800-1825”, 1968
Folder 27 Davin, Eric Leif, “The Littlest New Deal: SWOC Takes Power in Steeltown, A Possibility of Radicalism in the Late 1930s”, undated
Folder 28 Deitch, Cynthia, “Unemployed Protest and Organizing in the 1980’s: The Movement in the Pittsburgh Area”, 1984
Folder 28 Deitch, Cynthia and Erickson, Robert, “‘Save Dorothy’: A Political response to Structural Change in the Steel Industry”,` undated
Folder 29 Dembo, Jonathan, “A Study into the Factors Which Determine the Success of Wholesale Produce Dealers in Pittsburgh”, 1970
Folder 29 Dembo, Jonathan, “Early American Political Propaganda in Song and Verse: 1965-1840”, 1971
Folder 30 Deubel, Susan, “The Progressive Party in Pittsburgh”, 1961
Folder 31 DeVault, Ileen, “The Students of the Pittsburgh High School Commercial Department: ‘from Inclination or Necessity’”, 1979
Folder 32 DeVault, Ileen, “Sons and Daughters of Labor: Class and Clerical Work in Pittsburgh, 1870s-1910s”, 1985
Folder 33 DiCiccio, Carmen, “The 1890’s Political Realignment and Its Impact on Pittsburgh’s Political Structure”, 1983
Folder 34 DiNardo, Peter J., “The Italian in Pittsburgh: A Family and Individual Struggle to Fuse Ancestral and American Values in a New Environment”, 1989
Folder 35 Dructor, Robert M., “Tax Lists as a Research Tool”, 1971
Folder 36 Dornan, Jaquelin, “Gateway Teachers Strike”, 1972
Folder 37 Dykstra, Ann, “A Survey of the Legislation Passed by the Pennsylvania General Assembly in the 1820-22 and 1860-62 Legislative Sessions”, 1980

Box 2
Folder 1 Early, Trisha, “The Pittsburgh Survey”, 1972
Folder 2 Ellison, Duane C., “The Development of the Public School System in Pittsburgh”, 1962
Folder 3 Enright, Thomas, “Oral History Report”, undated
Folder 4 Fagden, Joseph P., “McKee’s Rocks: Study in Political Change”, 1971
Folder 5 *Faires, Nora H., “The Germans in Allegheny, 1850-1860”, 1971
Folder 6 *Faires, Nora H., “The Germans in Pittsburgh in 1860”, 1972
Folder 7 *Faires, Nora H. “Immigrants to Pittsburgh: Something of Their Lives and Times”, 1972
Folder 8 Fennell, Dodee, “Uncommon People”, 1974
Folder 8 Fennell, Dodee, “A Factory Study”, 1975
Folder 9 Folsom, Burton W. II, “Some Dimensions of Party Formation in the Old Jacksonian South”, undated
Folder 10 Foltz, Rodger N., “The Story of the Finnish Community in Monessen, Pennsylvania”, 1964
Folder 11 *Francos, Alexis, “To Research a Symphony: Some Resources and Tools Available on the History of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra”, 1980
Folder 12 Fryman, Robert J., “The 47th Virginia Infantry”, 1979
Folder 13 Giltinan, John W., “Lockout in Johnstown”, 1969
Folder 14 Goodrich, Carter, “Gigo in the Developing Nations”, 1968
Folder 14 Goodrich, Carter, “Gigo: A Pattern of Development Policy”, 1967
Folder 15 Gordon, Gerd, “Pittsburgh, U.S.A.: Conditions and Lifestyles of Some Immigrant Groups at the Turn of the Twentieth Century”, 1971
Folder 16 Hahn, Edward H., “Social Changes in a Small Community: 1860 to 1880”, 1974
Folder 16 Hahn, Edward H., “Hannastown: The Founding of a Village on the Pennsylvania Frontier”, undated
Folder 17 Harper, R. Eugene, “Pittsburgh and the Election of 1894”, 1961
Folder 18 Heineman, Kenneth, “Political Symbolism and Popular mobilization in the Era of the American Civil War: from the Slave Power Conspiracy to Negro Domination”, undated
Folder 19 Henry, Tom, “The Pittsburgh Architect – 1910 and Municipal Improvement”, 1964
Folder 20 Henry, Tom, “Industrial Campaigns in Two Young Countries: The United States (1785-1793) and Victoria Colony, Australia (1856-1866)”, 1967
Folder 21 Hlavacik, Mara, “Slovak-American Organizations”, 1978
Folder 22 Hodgetts, Frank Robert, “A Case Study of Economic Development: North Side, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania”, 1984
Folder 23 Hoffman, Jerry H., “Andrew Carnegie: A Study of His Expressed Political Attitudes”, undated
Folder 24 Holmberg, James C., “History Curricula in American Colleges”, 1973
Folder 25 Hoppe, Lawrence Louis, “Public Anxiety and the Rapidly Expanding Catholic School System: Catholic Education and the Ethno-Cultural Continuum”, 1970
Folder 26 Howe, Carl E., “Military Pension Legislation in the United States and France: Benefits Johnny Marched Home to Find”, undated
Folder 27 Huey, Mary C., “Occupational and Nationality Structure of McKeesport, 1880”, undated
Folder 28 Hughes, Alan R., “Crime, Law Enforcement and Penology in Pittsburgh, with Emphasis on the Period, 1846-1848”, 1962
Folder 29 Ingham, John, “The Iron and Steel Families of Pittsburgh: 1875-1960”, 1964
Folder 30 Lenus, Jack Jr., “Childhood and Adolescent Stages”, undated
Folder 31 Johnston, Joseph H., “National Origins and Ethnic Groups of the People of Allegheny, Pennsylvania, in 1880”, undated
Folder 32 Judd, Barbara, “Edward M. Bigelow: Creator of Pittsburgh’s Arcadian Parks as Instruments of Social Control”, undated
Folder 33 Kantrina, Dianne, “The Westinghouse Strike of 1916”, 1971
Folder 34 Kaplan, Robert, “Nativism and the Rise of the Republican Party: A Critical Review of the Literature”, 1978
Folder 35 Kelso, Thomas J., “Pittsburgh’s Mayors and City Councils, 1794-1844, Who Governed?”, undated
Folder 36 Kelso, Thomas J., “Allegheny Elites: 1850-1907”, 1964
Folder 37 Kelts, Gail, “An Analysis of the Election of the Mayor of Pittsburgh in 1906”, 1961
Folder 38 Kerr, Kathel Austin, “World War I and Pittsburgh: The Impact of Efficient Mobilization”, 1961
Folder 39 Kimmins, Hal, “Joseph Barker, Mayor of Pittsburgh, 1850-51”, undated
Folder 40 Kleine, Susan Atherton, “The Commercial Policies of the English and Dutch East India Companies from a European Viewpoint – the 17th Century”, 1966
Folder 40a Kostelac, Yvette M., “Collective Identities: Ethnic Organizations and Union Development in Aliquippa, 1930-1940”, 1983
Folder 41 Kreidler, Robert F., “Managerial Displacement in the United States Steel Corporation and its Relation to Reform, 1901-1920”, undated
Folder 42 Kuo, Thomas, “Pittsburgh Attitudes toward the Recharter of the Second Bank of the United States”, 1962
Folder 43 Kurtz, Beth, “Women’s Charity Work: Its Place and Value in America during the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century”, 1980
Folder 44 Labanish, John G., “The Men of New Harmony and Their Contributions to American Science”, 1967
Folder 45 Lammie, Wayne, “Political Attitudes of the Small Pittsburgh Merchant in the Progressive Era”, undated
Folder 46 Larner, John W. Jr., “A Community in Transition: Pittsburgh’s South Side, 1880-1920”, 1961
Folder 47 Leighow, Susan R., “Joanna Furnace and the Cult of True Womanhood, 1798-1870”, 1986
Folder 48 McDermott, Harriet H., “A Reading Paper: Nineteenth Century Domestic Servants”, 1983
Folder 49 Lawrence, Peter W. “West End and Elliott: A Geographical History”, 1973
Folder 50 Linaberger, James, “The Rolling Mill Riots of 1850”, undated
Folder 51 Lukaszewicz, Frank, “Regional and Central Boards of Directors in Pittsburgh Banks in 1912”, 1966
Folder 52 Lynch, Patrick M., “The Pittsburgh Stogy Industry in Transition and the IWW, 1906-1920”, 1976

Box 3
Folder 1 Martin, Scott C., “Fathers against Sons, Sons against Fathers: Antimasonry in Pittsburgh”, 1986
Folder 2 Mayfield, Loomis, “‘The Figures Speak for Themselves’: The Institution of Personal Registration for Voting in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1906”, 1985
Folder 3 McIlvain, Josephine, “Twelve Blocks: A Study of One Segment of the South Side of Pittsburgh, 1880-1915”, 1972
Folder 4 Mcpherson, Donald S., “Mechanics’ Institutes and the Pittsburgh Working Man, 1830-1840”, 1971
Folder 5 Messer, Ross, “The Medical Profession and Urban Reform in Pittsburgh, 1890-1920”, undated
Folders 6-7 Metzger, Elizabeth A., “A Study of Social Settlement Works in Pittsburgh, 1893 to 1927”, 1974
Folder 8 Miller, Joan, “The Early Historical Development of Hazelwood”, 1971
Folder 9 Miller, Thomas P., “Reading, Pennsylvania, 1850-1870”, 1970
Folders 10-11 Misko, Louise, “A Study of Political Activities and Attitudes of Pittsburgh Poles Relative to Achieving the Independence of Poland through Preservation of Religious, Fraternal and Cultural Institutions”, 1975
Folder 12 Miskoff, Ronald, “The Building Trades and the Contractors”, 1970
Folder 13 Moser, Edwin M., “Jewish Labor in Pittsburgh: Its Ideology and Its Relation to the National Scene, 1905-1914”, 1961
Folder 14 Mulcahy, Richard, “The Turner and Colodny Cases: A Comparative Study in Academic Freedom and Power at the University of Pittsburgh”, 1984
Folder 15 Muller, Edward K., “Metropolis and Region: A Framework for Enquiry into Western Pennsylvania”, undated
Folder 16 Myers, Miller, “An Analysis of Voting Behavior in Pittsburgh, 1848-1856”, 1963
Folder 17 Netterville, George, “Pittsburgh Mayors”, undated
Folder 18 Nowak, Kathleen, “Oral History of the Depression of Southwestern Pennsylvania”, 1973
Folder 19 Nyden, Linda, “Black Miners in Western Pennsylvania, 1925-1931: The National Miners Union and the United Mine Workers of America”, 1974
Folder 20 Nyden, Linda, “Women Electrical Workers at Westinghouse Electric Corporation’s East Pittsburgh Plant, 1907-1945”, 1975
Folder 21 Oestreicher, Richard, “Working Class Formation, Development and Consciousness in Pittsburgh, 1790-1960”, 1988
Folder 22 Osborn, Gina, “The W.C.T.U. in Pittsburgh, 1874-1875”, undated
Folder 23 Parker, H. Sheldon Jr., “The State of Allegheny: The Republican Party in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County from 1930-1961”, 1965
Folder 24 Peiffer, Layne, “The German Upper Class in Pittsburgh, 1850-1920”, 1964
Folder 25 Peland, Lorraine, “The Oral History of the U.S. Mail Carrier”, 1973
Folder 26 Peles, Robert, “Crisis in Johnstown: The “Little Steel” Strike of 1937”, undated
Folder 26a Peles, Robert, “Labor Interlude-Johnstown, 1919”, 1974
Folder 27 Perkins, Virgina Keegan, “A Political Analysis of Baldwin Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania: Decade of the 1960s”, 1970
Folder 28 Price, Tom, “The Westinghouse Strikes of 1914 and 1916: Workers’ Control in America?”, 1983
Folder 29 Pritchard, Linda K., “Ministers: A Comparative Framework”, 1970
Folder 30 Pritchard, Linda K., “Presbyterian Clergy in the Nineteenth Century”, 1970
Folder 31 Reitman, Renee, “The Elite Community in Shadyside, 1880 to 1920”, 1964
Folder 32 Renner, Marguerite, “A Study of Women’s Participation in Voluntary Organizations”, 1971
Folder 33 Renner, Marguerite, “Why the Miner’s Daughter Got Hired to Teach”, 1981
Folder 33a Renner, Marguerite, “Rising Commercialization in Eden and Harrisburg, New York State, 1860-1880”, 1970
Folder 34 Ridley, Mary Alice, “Black Nashville, From 1860 through 1869; A Community Study”, undated
Folder 35 Romig, Robert C., “The Role of Pennsylvania Women in Government and Politics from 1880 to 1920”, 1962
Folder 36 Roberts, Donald Frank, “American Mining Investments in Northern Mexico: Profitability to Investors and Spread-Effects to the Mexican Economy, 1876-1911”, 1972
Folder 36 Roberts, Donald Frank, “Interaction of American and Mexican Investors in Mining and Real Estate in the Mexican Border States, 1876-1911”, undated
Folder 37 Rosenberg, David, “Wages versus the Library: The National Labor Tribune and Carnegie Library Philanthropy, 1876-1908”, 1988
Folder 38 Rubin, Julius, “The Comparative Economic Development of American Regions, I. North and South: Past Theories and Current Hypotheses”, 1967
Folder 38a Rubin, Julius, “Urban Growth and Regional Development”, 1966
Folder 39 Ruck, Robert, “Origins of the Seniority System in Steel”, 1977

Box 4
Folder 1 Sabean, David, “Kinship and Family Structure in Southwest German Society, from the Fifteenth to the Nineteenth Century”, 1972
Folder 2 Sabadasz, Joel, “General Strike: New Orleans, 1892”, undated
Folder 3 Schuchman, Stephen J., “The Elite at Sewickley Heights, 1900-1940”, 1964
Folder 4 *Schumacher, Carolyn, “Moving Up: High School Students in Nineteenth Century Pittsburgh”, 1981
Folder 4 *Schumacher, Carolyn, “Education and Occupational Mobility: A Study of 19th Century High School Students, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania”, 1974
Folder 4 *Schumacher, Carolyn, “Education and Social Mobility: Class and Occupation of Nineteenth Century High School Students”, 1970
Folder 5 Selavan, Ida Cohen, “The Social Evil in an Industrial Society: Prostitution in Pittsburgh: 1900-1925”, 1971
Folder 6 Selavan, Ida Cohen, “The Jewish Labor Movement in Pittsburgh”, 1971
Folder 7 Selavan, Ida Cohen, “Immigrant Education in Pittsburgh: An Analysis of Some Roll Books from Grant School “Foreign” Classes”, undated
Folder 8 Shane, J. Michael, “The Meaning of Developed and Less Developed in the Systems Paradigm”, 1976
Folder 8 Shane, J. Michael, “The Relationship of Slavery to Several National Institutions in the United States”, 1976
Folder 9 Siegel, Fred, “Selective Out-migration of the Fourth Ward of Allegheny City, 1850-1860”, undated
Folder 10 Siegel, Fred, “Crop and City in 19th Century Virginia: A Speculation Essay”, undated
Folder 11 Simpson, Patricia, “The Drunk and the Teetotaler: Two Phases in Temperance Reform Among the Irish Working Class of Pittsburgh”, udnated
Folder 12 Simpson, Patricia, “The Harp and the Rose: Irish Involvement in the Chartist Movement”, undated
Folder 13 Skovira, Robert J., “Symbols of Byzantine Catholic Identity”, undated
Folder 14 Skud, Bruce, “Ethnicity and Residence within the Jewish Immigrant Community”, 1975
Folder 15 Sloan, Elaine F., “The Political Behavior of Mining Communities”, 1962
Folder 17 Spragg, Edwin Brownlee, “Antislavery Sentiment in Washington County in the 1830s”, 1962
Folder 18 Spragg, Edwin Brownlee, “Responsibility for the Attack on Pearl Harbor”, 1963
Folder 18 Spragg, Edwin Brownlee, “The Revisionist Literature of the 1930s”, 1963
Folder 19 Springer, David S., “An Analysis of the Geographic Mobility of Middle to Upper Strata Men in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania in the Nineteenth Century: Creation of a Career Mobility Pattern”, 1972
Folder 20 Steed, Karen L., “Unionization and the Turn to Politics: Aliquippa and the Jones and Laughlin Steel Works, 1937-41”, undated
Folder 20a Stember, Leo, “Troy Hill: A Short Story”, undated
Folder 21 Stewart, Sonya, “Working Together: African American Migration and Settlement in Indiana County, Pennsylvania”, 1996
Folder 22 Storch, Howard V. Jr., “Changing Functions of the Center-city Pittsburgh, 1850-1912”, 1966
Folder 23 Stromquist, Shelton, “Working Class Organization and Industrial Change in Pittsburgh, 1860-1890: Some Themes”, 1973
Folder 24 Tuden, Daniel, “The Impact of Class on Marriage Patterns in the 1900s in Pittsburgh”, undated
Folder 25 Turner, Barbara E., “Organized Labor in Pittsburgh, 1826-1837”, 1973
Folders 26-7 Twiss, Harold L., “The Pittsburgh Business Elite: 1850 – 1890 – 1929”, 1964
Folder 28 Twiss, Harold L., “The Development of Missionary Support by Baptist Churches in Western Pennsylvania, 1815-1845”, 1963
Folder 29 Vafis, John S., “Socialist and Progressive Parties Election of 1912 in Pittsburgh: Contrasting Analysis”, 1962
Folder 30 Wallhausser, Fred, “The Influence of Fabian Socialists on the War Attitudes and Policy of the British Labour Party during the First World War”, undated
Folder 31 Wallhausser, Fred, “The Upper Class Society of Sewickley Valley, 1830-1910”, 1964
Folder 32 Walsh, Victor A., “The Great Awakening in New England: A Revival in Piety with Social Implications”, undated
Folder 33 Weber, Michael P., “Community Building and Occupational Mobility in Pittsburgh, 1880-1960”, undated
Folder 34 Young, Mary, “The Civic Club of Pittsburgh, 1895-1945”, 1966
Folder 35 Young, Mary, “The Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce and the Allied Boards of Trade in 1910”, 1966
Folder 36 Zabrovsky, Frank, “Some Aspects of Negro Civic Leadership in Pittsburgh, 1955-1965”, 1968