Shooting Star Review

African American literary magazine published quarterly by Sandra Gould Ford (editor and founder) between 1987-1994 whose mission was to explore the Black American experience through literature and art.
Contributor: University of Pittsburgh

Smoke Control Lantern Slides

Visual images from the 1930s-1940s visually document the city of Pittsburgh before and after smoke control ordinances were passed regulating the burning of coal; a few images include smoke control efforts in St. Louis, Missouri.
Contributor: University of Pittsburgh

Spencer Family Photographs

Visual images from the 1890s-1910s show the Charles Spencer family working and playing in and around their Pittsburgh home in Shadyside on Amberson Avenue.
Contributor: University of Pittsburgh

Stalinka: Digital Library of Staliniana

Visual materials and artifacts, such as photographs, posters, paintings, banners, sculptures, chinaware, and pins, created throughout the 20th century of Soviet leader Joseph Stalin organized by faculty in History and Slavic Languages and Literature departments.
Contributor: Helena Goscilo, Susan Corbesero, and Petre Petrov, University of Pittsburgh

Stephen Foster Collection

Collection provides a valuable record of Stephen Foster's composition process, nineteenth century life in the United States, the music business, Pittsburgh history, and Foster's legacy.
Contributor: University of Pittsburgh

Stockton Family Letters

Consists of letters concerning the illness of Addison and Joseph Stockton of cholera in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1832.
Contributor: University of Pittsburgh