James Veech Copybook of the General William Irvine Papers

Consists of a single bound volume containing copies of extracts from Brigadier General William Irvine’s book and papers.
Contributor: University of Pittsburgh

James Wilkinson Papers

Contains correspondence to and from James Wilkinson, Governor of the Louisiana Territory, high ranking official in the United States Army, and informant of, and suspected co-conspirator in, the Aaron Burr conspiracy.
Contributor: University of Pittsburgh

Joel B. Levinson Photographs

Contains images dating from the 1950s-1998 that highlight Joel B. Levinson’s prolific photographic career in documenting the city of Pittsburgh, its environs, activities, people, and surrounding area.
Contributor: University of Pittsburgh

John Gates Photographs

Visual images from the ca. 1889-1930 of Downtown Pittsburgh and Highland Park, including landscape, industrial, and family scenes.
Contributor: University of Pittsburgh

John M. Tate, Jr. Collection of Notes, Pictures and Documents relating to the Harmony Society

Tate, who befriended many of the Harmonists and was allowed to photograph several of their members, homes, various community buildings, and nearby scenes, created this bound volume in 1925 as a presentation album so he could share his work and collection on the Harmonists with others.
Contributor: University of Pittsburgh

John Woodruff Scrapbooks

Contains two scrapbooks of newspaper clippings and articles highlighting Woodruff’s accomplishments throughout his athletic career, particularly his gold medal win at the 1936 Berlin Olympics.
Contributor: University of Pittsburgh

Jonathan Forman Papers

Contains a seven-page journal that documents the 1794 march of Forman's New Jersey troops through Pennsylvania to quell the Whiskey Rebellion.
Contributor: University of Pittsburgh

Juniata Crossings House Records

Register of the Juniata Crossings House that was owned and operated by Samuel P. Shull in Everett, Pennsylvania. The register includes the names and permanent residences of guests between August 1886 and August 1916.