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Copy of a sketch of the Monongahela, with the field of battle,

Plan and perspective view of Pittsburgh.

Map of a route through south west Pennsylvania from Fort Loudon, Franklin Co. to Fort Pitt, Pittsburgh.

Plan of the lots laid out at Pittsburg and the Coal Hill.

To the inhabitants of certain counties lying west of the Laurell Hill, in the State of Pennsylvania. Friends and fellow citizens. You see encamped in the bosom of your district, a numerous and well appointed army, formed of citizens of every des

U.S. Reports: McLaughlin's Lessee v. Dawson, 4 U.S. (4 Dall.) 221 (1800)

[Armory ("U.S. Arsenal"), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Officer's and Commandants quarters, elevations]

[Armory ("U.S. Arsenal"), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Principal floor and study for section]

Sanford Hill, "has just received...dry goods, groceries, and hardware, which he will dispose of at the lowest Pittsburgh prices for current money; ... July 1, 1817. Store at Wallsville, Ohio

Sanford Hill, has just received a general and elegant assortment of dry goods, groceries, and hardward which he will dispose of at the lowest Pittsburgh prices for current money; none that is doubtful will be received in payment ... Newlisbon- P

Account of an expedition from Pittsburgh to the Rocky Mountains

Tariff correspondence. The answer of Messrs. Wilkins, Lynch, Patterson and Craft, to the following letter addresed to them by a number of the Mechanics and Manufacturers of this City and County, having been received and considered ... [Pittsburg

Refutation. To the Democratic party of Allegheny County. A paper called the Aurora, and professing to be Democratic, having made a charge against me ... I published in the morning post, the following plain denial of the charge ... George R. Ridd

City dictation!!! To the Democrats of Allegheny County. You have doubtless heard of the nomination of George R. Riddle for the office of prothonotary, by the Democratic convention of August 30th on the 6th ballot ... Democrats! will you be base

Pittsburgh Citizens to Andrew Jackson, January 3, 1844

Great conflagration at Pittsburgh. View of the ruins of the city of Pittsburgh from near Birmingham lith. of Wagner & McGuigan, No. 100 Chestnut Street, Philada

View of the ruins of the city of Pittsburgh from Boyd's Hill painted by W.C. Wall ; on stone by James Queen ; lith. of Wagner & McGuigan, No. 100, Chesnut Street, Philada

View of the city of Pittsburgh from near Saw Mill Run painted by W.C. Wall ; on stone by James Queen ; lith. of Wagner & McGuigan, No. 100, Chesnut Street, Philada

At Pittsburg [i.e. Pittsburgh]

Ohio River at its juncture with the Aleghainy [i.e. Alleghany] and Mononghelu [i.e. Monongahela] at Pittsburg [i.e. Pittsburgh] Penssylvania [i.e. Pennsylvania]

Ohio and Monongahila [i.e. Monongahela] Rivers from the suspension bridge Pittsburg [i.e. Pittsburgh] Pa

Tremont House, Chicago - presentation of flag to Light Guards, by Duquesne Greys of Pittsburgh

1857 Pennsylvania central railroad, in direct connection with the Pittsburgh, Ft. Wayne & Chicago railroad for Cincinnati, Chicago, St. Louis, St. Paul. [etc.] ... New York. Booth & Norton, Steam Job printers. August 1857.

Pittsburgh, Ft. Wayne, and Chicago R. R. in direct connection with the Pennsylvania Central railroad, the only road running west from Pittsburgh. Chicago St. Louis and Cincinnati ... Shortest, quickest and most reliable route ... New York. Booth

A letter from a member of the Cabinet. The Pittsburgh Chronicle publishes the following letter, which it says a prominent clergyman of Pittsburgh has just received from a member of President Buchanan's Cabinet - a truly Christian man and a tried

Map of the field of Shiloh, near Pittsburgh Landing, Tenn., shewing the positions of the U.S. forces under the command of Maj. Genl. U. S. Grant, U.S. Vol. and Maj. Genl. D. C. Buell, U.S. Vol. on the 6th and 7th of April 1862

Map of Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania : from actual surveys /

Thomas M. Howe, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, June 14, 1863 (Request martial law be declared in Pittsburgh)

Battle of Pittsburgh Landing [i.e., Shiloh]

Map of the Marietta and Pittsburgh Railroad and its connections.

Railroad map of Pennsylvania Company showing the Pennsylvania Railroad, Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and St. Louis Railway, and their connecting eastern and western lines.

The truth of history. From "The Paper" Pittsburg, Pa. [1871].

Pittsburgh & Allegheny, 1876

Tradesmens industrial institute of Pittsburgh, Pa.

The Great [railroad] Strike [Pittsburgh, Pa. 1877]: Steeple view of the Pittsburgh conflagration; Panoramic view of the burned district [2 scenes (double page spread) of fire]

Pennsylvania--Robert M. Ammon, the leader of the Pittsburgh and Fort Wayne railroad strike, at his post, directing the movements of the strikers / from a sketch by John Donaghy.

The Great [railroad] Strike [Pittsburgh, Pa. 1877]: Burning of the Round-house at Pittsburgh; A funeral among the ruins... [2 scenes (single page)]

The Great [railroad] Strike [Pittsburgh, Pa. 1877]: Burning of offices and machine shops, PRR; Burning and sacking freight trains, PRR; and mob outside James Bown & Son gunworks [composite of 3 scenes on single page]

The great labor strike in Maryland and Pennsylvania - its incidents and results / from sketches by a staff artist.

Making bessemer steel at Pittsburgh - the converters at work / drawn by Charles Graham.

[Harry Staley, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Abner Dalrymple, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Pud Galvin, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Ed Morris, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Fred Dunlap, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Jake Beckley, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Pop Smith, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Doggie Miller, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Abner Dalrymple, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

Pittsburgh Base Ball Club

[Chuck Lauer, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Bill Bishop, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Al Maul, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Bill Bishop, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Sam Barkley, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Jake Beckley, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Bob Allen, Pittsburgh Team, baseball card portrait]

A correct map of a section of the United States showing the allignment [sic] of the Pittsburgh, Marion, and Chicago Railway between Chewton, Penna. and Marion, Ohio and connections.

[Pud Galvin, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Fred Dunlap, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Billy Sunday, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Jocko Fields, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Willie Kuehne, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Bill Bishop, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Fred Dunlap, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Art Whitney, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Pop Smith, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Harry Staley, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Tom Brown, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Fred Dunlap, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Abner Dalrymple, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Abner Dalrymple, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Al Maul, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[John Coleman, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Fred Dunlap, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Sam Barkley, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

[Fred Dunlap, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, baseball card portrait]

Extract from the speech of Genl. Benj. Harrison to the Clay County, Indiana, miners. Pittsburgh. [Reprinted from the American people of Sept. 12, 1888.].

[View of the South side of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, from Bluff St., showing railroad trestle work down to river]

Pittsburgh exposition supplement

[Music hall, Carnegie Library and music hall, Allegheny City, Pennyslvania]

[Reading room, view toward the delivery room, Carnegie Library and Music Hall, Allegheny City, Pennsylvania]

Carnegie library competition, Pittsburgh, Pa. Preliminary study / / William E. Greenawalt, archt., New York.

[The River Monongahela at Pittsburg]

Pittsburgh Division at Millville

The River Monongahela at Pittsburg

Schenley Park, Panther Bridge, Pittsburgh, Pa.

Neck of Y: railroad juction near Pittsburgh, Pa., 1895

[Schenley Park, Panther Bridge, Pittsburgh, Pa.]

[T.J. Keenan Building, Pittsburgh, Pa.]

A Mill street, Pittsburg, Pa

The Levee from Smithfield Street Bridge, Pittsburgh, Pa.

[East Park, Pittsburgh, Pa.]

Carnegie Technical Institute [Carnegie Mellon University], Pittsburgh, Pa.

Forbes Field, Pittsburgh, Pa.

[Hotel Schenley, Pittsburgh, Pa.]

[Pittsburgh, Pa., Exposition bldg.]

[Women's reading room, Carnegie Library and Music Hall, Alleghany City, Pennsylvania]

Tusk, held by four men, excavated near Pittsburgh

[Wood Street and the Farmer's Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa.]