in 2000 by WQED Pittsburgh
in partnership with the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation
Funding from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Governor Tom Ridge,
and the Grable Foundation
Guide producer, author, and designer: Susan Donley, Learning
Director: Linda Tabakin, Director, WQED Educational Resources Center
Producer: BJ Leber, Vice President, Corporate Communications and Community
writing and program logs: Gina Catanzarite, Arania Productions
consultation: Michael Maskerinec, Creative Director, WQED Pittsburgh
Reformatted for PHP/Current Technology (2010): Nathan Boykiw, WQED Interactive Intern
of the Pittsburgh History Series: Rick Sebak. Chris Moore and Doug Bolin
produced "Wylie Avenue Days"
Producer: Deb Acklin
President of Production: Carolyn Wean
thanks to the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks
Foundation for permission to adapt many of their fine educational
activities and resources, including the use of many photographs.
to David Coulson for permission
to reuse his illustrations of Kennywood and the North Side, originally
published in Pittsburgh Magazine.
to Janice G. Donley for web research, scanning, and editing.
to the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Department, for assembling