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Saint John Cantius Parish (Sharpsburg, Pa.) / [1908] Historya illustrowana i pamia̜tkowa Polskiej R. K. Parafii Świe̜tego Jana Kantego w Sharpsburg, Pa
Saint Paul's Orphan Asylum (Pittsburgh, Pa.) / [1940] St. Paul's Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum of the city of Pittsburgh: Souvenir program on the occasion of the centenary celebration, April 10th, 1940
Sample, Robert F. (Robert Fleming), 1829-1905 / [1866] Historical sketch of the Presbyterian Church of Bedford: delivered May 13, 1866
Samson, Harry G. / [c1927] Pittsburgh's civic center
Sands, John Scott, 1844-1919 / [1876] The history of the Eighth United Presbyterian Church, of Pittsburgh, Penn'a., from yesterday until to-day: a sermon preached on sabbath, June 25th, 1876
Sargent, Winthrop, 1825-1870 / [1855] The history of an expedition against Fort Du Quesne, in 1755 under Major-General Edward Braddock
Savage, Nathan. / [1949] The Pittsburgh tri-state pinkas =: [Pinkas Pitsburg veha-galil]
Schlatter, Charles L. / [1841] Second report of Charles L. Schlatter, principle engineer in the service of the state of Pennsylvania: to the canal commissioners, relative to the continuous railroad form Harrisburg to Pittsburgh. Read in Senate, Jan. 15, 1841
Schwartz, Meyer. / [1955] Jewish communal services directory
Scott, Henry Brownfield. / [1908] Sesqui-centennial and historical souvenir of the Greater Pittsburgh
Scovel, Sylvester Fithian, 1835-1910 / [1884] Centennial volume of the First Presbyterian Church of Pittsburgh, PA., 1784-1884
Searight, James A. (James Allison), b. 1836 / [1893] In loving memory of a revered father and a sainted mother
Searight, Thomas B. (Thomas Brownfield) / [1894] The old pike: a history of the national road, with incidents, accidents, and anecdotes thereon
Second United Presbyterian Church (Pittsburgh, Pa.) / [1876] The Second United Presbyterian Church: late First Associate Reformed Church of Pittsburgh, Penn'a. from 1793 to 1876
Sesqui-centennial Committee (Pittsburgh, Pa.) / [1908] Pittsburgh sesqui-centennial celebration, July 4, September 27-October 3, November 25, 1908: Official account
Sesquicentennial Committee (Pittsburgh, Pa.) / [1926] The book of Pittsburgh: including herein a record of the participation of the city of Pittsburgh in the Sesquicentennial International Exposition at Philadelphia
Sewickley Church of the United Brethren in Christ (Franklin Park, Pa.) / [1945] 1844-1945, one hundred years of service: Sewickley Church of the United Brethren in Christ, Franklin Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
Shepard, Francis H. / [1929] George Westinghouse
Shinn, William M. / [1839] Inaugural address delivered before Philological Institute: January the 12th, 1839
Shinn, William M. / [1856] Home and home education: an address delivered at the opening of the school house, at Evergreen Hamlet
Shinn, William M. / [1854] Report of Wm. M. Shinn, trustee of Evergreen Hamlet, for the year 1853
Shinn, William M. / [1842] An address delivered before Philological Institute, December 8th, 1841, the fourteenth anniversary
Shiras, Charles P., 1824-1854? / [1852] The redemption of labor: and other poems
Simpson, James, 1824-1902 / [1894] History of the graveyard connected with Cross Creek Presbyterian Church: containing also all the inscriptions on headstones and monuments therein, and the names of all known to the author who are buried there
Sipe, C. Hale (Chester Hale), b. 1880 / [1932] Fort Ligonier and its times: a history of the first English fort west of the Allegheny Mountains and an account of many thrilling, tragic, romantic, important but little known colonial and revolutionary events in the region where the winning of the West began ; based primarily on the Pennsylvania archives and colonial records
Slippy, J. C. (John Clifford), 1884- Civic Pittsburgh
Slippy, J. C. (John Clifford), 1884- / [1936] Civic Pittsburgh, 1936
Smith, Anne Rylance. / [1925] Study of girls in Pittsburgh: made for the Central Y.W.C.A. of Pittsburgh, Penna
Smith, George Adam, 1856-1942 / [1936] The British benefactions of Andrew Carnegie
Smith, Joseph, 1796-1868 / [1854] Old Redstone: or, Historical sketches of western Presbyterianism, its early ministers, its perilous times, and its first records
Smith, Joseph, 1796-1868 / [1857] History of Jefferson College: including an account of the early "log-cabin" schools, and the Canonsburg Academy ; with biographical sketches of Rev. Matthew Brown, Rev. Samuel Ralston, Rev. Matthew Henderson, Rev. James Ramsey, Rev. John H. Kennedy, and Rev. Abr'm. Anderson
Smith, Percy Frazer, 1848- / [1918] Memory's milestones: reminiscences of seventy years of a busy life in Pittsburgh
Smith, William Fell. / [1903] The greater Pittsburg real estate reference book: containing full data concerning over 1,000 real estate transactions in greater Pittsburg from 1899 to July 1, 1903, including names of buyers and sellers of all properties valued at $20,000 or more each, together with their dimensions, locations, prices and prices per fromt foot and square foot
Smith, William, 1727-1803 / [1868] Historical account of Bouquet's expedition against the Ohio Indians, in 1764
Smythe, William C., 1839-1883 / [1875?] Smythe's illustrated balloon almanac for the year 1875 or any other year
Sons of the American Revolution, Pennsylvania Society., Fort Necessity Chapter, Uniontown. / [1932] Fort Necessity and historic shrines of the Redstone country: Washington bi-centennial issue, 1732-1932
Spears, Monroe Kirklyndorf. / [1963] The poetry of W. H. Auden: the disenchanted island
St. Cajetan Parish (Monessen, Pa.) / [1971] Golden and silver jubilee, Saint Cajetan Church: Monessen, Pennsylvania, May 2, 1971
St. Gabriel Archangel Parish (Pittsburgh, Pa.) / [1953] Pamätník zlatého jubilea Slovenskej Rímsko Katolíckej Osady Sv. Gabriela, N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa., 1903-1953 =: Souvenir of the golden jubilee of St. Gabriel's Roman Catholic Church, N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa., 1903-1953
St. Hedwig's Church (Duquesne, Pa.) / [1945] Souvenir booklet of the golden jubilee of St. Hedwig's Church, Duquesne, Pennsylvania: celebrated October 21, 1945
St. Helen's Parish (Shoaf, Pa.) / [1940] Souvenir of the silver jubilee of St. Helen's Roman Catholic Church, Shoaf, Pa: dedicated to our former founders and to the former pastors of Saint Helen Church, Sunday, June 30th, 1940 = Pamätník strieborného jubileuma, Osady Sv. Heleny v Shoaf, Pa. : venovaný našim zakladatel'om a bývalým duchovnýn Osady Svätej Heleny, v Nedel'u, dña 30. Júna 1940
St. Ignatius Church (Carnegie, Pa.) / [1953] Golden jubilee and dedication of the new St. Ignatius Church: Saturday, November 14, 1953
St. Irenaeus Parish (Oakmont, Pa.) / [1957] Golden jubilee, 1907-1957, Saint Irenaeus Church, Oakmont, Pennsylvania, March 17, 1957
St. James Church (Pittsburgh, Pa.) / [1954] Centenary jubilee, 1854-1954, St. James Parish, West End, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
St. James Church (Wilkinsburg, Pa.) / [1963] St. James Parish, Wilkinsburg, Pa
St. John the Baptist Byzantine Catholic Church (Avella, Pa.) / [1962] Solemn dedication, Saint John the Baptist Byzantine Catholic Church, May 13, 1962, Avella, Pennsylvania
St. John's Byzantine Catholic Church (Pittsburgh, Pa.) / [1959] Solemn dedication of the new St. John's Byzantine Catholic Church and Rectory: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Sunday, April 19, 1959
St. Josaphat Parish (Pittsburgh, Pa.) / [1974] St. Josaphat Church, South Side, Pittsburgh, 1902-1977
St. Joseph Parish (Pittsburgh, Pa.) / [1972] Saint Joseph Church, Bloomfield: 100 years of history, 1872-1972
St. Joseph's Church (New Castle, Pa.) / [1938] Golden jubilee, St. Joseph's Church, New Castle, Pennsylvania, 1888-1938
St. Leocadia Church (Wilmerding, Pa.) / [1966] Saint Leocadia Church, Wilmerding, Pennsylvania: golden jubilee celebration
State Federation of Pennsylvania Women, Convention, (26th : 1921 : Pittsburgh, Pa.) / [1921] Twenty-sixth annual convention of the State Federation of Pennsylvania Women: held in Pittsburgh, October 17 to 20, 1921, upon invitation of the South Western District; headquarters, William Penn Hotel
Stern, Leon. / [1931] The work of the juvenile court of Allegheny County and the juvenile detention home
Stevens, Sylvester Kirby, 1904-1974 / [1941] Wilderness chronicles of Northwestern Pennsylvania
Stevens, Sylvester Kirby, 1904-1974 / [1941] Travels in New France
Stevenson, J. H. (Joseph Hover), 1831-1918 / [1926] The Sewickley Presbyterian Church, 1776-1926: historical sketch
Stewart, Howard. / [1943] Historical data, Pittsburgh public parks
Stewart, Robert Laird, 1840-1916 / [1912] History of the One hundred and fortieth regiment Pennsylvania volunteers
Stiefel, H. C. / [c1905] Slices from a long loaf: logbook of an eventful voyage by five Pittsburg tourists down the beautiful Allegheny River, from Oil City to Pittsburg ... Facts and figures about Pittsburg's greatness
Stocking, Collis A. / [c1925] A study of dance halls in Pittsburgh
Stotz, Charles M. / [1934] One hundred fiftieth tow: Union Barge Line Corporation and maiden voyage of the motorship "Peace" Pittsburgh to New Orleans, 1934
Stowell, Myron R. / [1893] "Fort Frick," or the Siege of Homestead: a history of the famous struggle between The Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers and the Carnegie Steel Co. of Pittsburg, Pa
Swank, James Moore, 1832-1914 / [1878] Introduction to a history of ironmaking and coal mining in Pennsylvania
Swank, James Moore, 1832-1914 / [1886?] Twenty-one years of progress in the manufacture of iron and steel in the United States
Sweeney, Margaret L. / [1962] A church grows in Ingomar: a history of Ingomar and the Ingomar Community Methodist Church
Swetnam, George. / [1956?] The Bicentennial history of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County: a source edition recording the early and contemporary history of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County, Pennsylvania through the medium of extensive research and the the life histories of its most constructive members--chronicling the backgrounds and activities of its prominent families and personages with emphasis on their accomplishments in making Pittsburgh one of America's greatest cities, v.3
Swetnam, George. / [foreword 1958] So stand throughout the years: a history of Shady Side Academy, 1883-1958
Swetnam, George. / [1956?] The Bicentennial history of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County: a source edition recording the early and contemporary history of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County, Pennsylvania through the medium of extensive research and the the life histories of its most constructive members--chronicling the backgrounds and activities of its prominent families and personages with emphasis on their accomplishments in making Pittsburgh one of America's greatest cities, v.2
Swetnam, George. / [1956?] The Bicentennial history of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County: a source edition recording the early and contemporary history of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County, Pennsylvania through the medium of extensive research and the the life histories of its most constructive members--chronicling the backgrounds and activities of its prominent families and personages with emphasis on their accomplishments in making Pittsburgh one of America's greatest cities, v.1
Swift, E. P. (Elisha Pope), 1792-1865 / [1845] The calamity of Pittsburgh: A sermon, delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, Allegheny City, April 24, 1845; being the day appointed by the mayor of said city, as a season of fasting, humiliation and prayer, in consequence of the appalling conflagration of a large portion of Pittsburg, on the tenth of that month
Swift, Elliot E. (Elliot Elisha), d. 1887 / [1876] History of the First Presbyterian Church of Allegheny: read on July 2d and 9th, 1876
Swift, Elliot E. (Elliot Elisha), d. 1887 / [1880] Brief biographies of ruling elders in the First Presbyterian Church, Allegheny during the first fifty years of its history: portions of which were read at the fiftieth anniversary of the church, February 26th, 1880