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of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County. Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh History
& Landmarks Foundation, 1997.
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Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation, 1999.
Kidney. Pittsburgh in Your Pocket: A Guide to Pittsburgh-area Architecture.
Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation, 1988.
Stotz. The Early Architecture of Western Pennsylvania: A Record of
Building Before 1860. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press,
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State University, 1986.
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Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation, 1985.
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County, Pennsylvania. Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh History & Landmarks
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History & Landmarks Foundation, 1983.
Aurand, Martin. Pittsburgh Architecture: A Guide to Research. Pittsburgh: Carnegie
Mellon University Architecture Archives, 1991.
Toker and Helen Wilson. The Roots of Architecture in Pittsburgh and
Allegheny County: A Guide to Research Resources. Pittsburgh: The
Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania, 1979.
Jucha. The Anatomy of a Streetcar Suburb: A Development and Architectural
History of Pittsburgh's Shadyside District, 1860-1920. Ann Arbor,
MI: University Microfilms International, 1981.
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City of Pittsburgh's City Planning Page
of Bridges in Allegheny County
and Bridges of Allegheny County
& tunnels in Pittsburgh, and Allegheny County-Design information,
locations, terminology, and history.
History and Landmarks Foundation
Landmark Architecture: The Historic Buildings of Pittsburgh and Allegheny
County," Review by Lynne Margolis in The Tribune Review of newly
Register of Historic Places: Teaching with Historic Places
Register of Historic Places Home
Through the Ages
Architecture: Courses & Projects
Turnpike: Tunnels and Bridges
through the Ages (student project)
Teaching Landmarks Middle School Curriculum Units
Education Resource Center
Wide Arts Resources
Walking Tours. The Pittsburgh's Department of City Planning has
put together walking tours of several areas of town, including Allegheny
West, Mexican War Streets, Manchester, Fourth Avenue, Grant Street,
Mellon Square, Monongehela Wharf, and Downtown Churches.
History & Landmarks Foundation. Founded in 1964, Landmarks
is dedicated to identifying and preserving the architectural landmarks,
historic neighborhoods, and historic designed landscapes of Allegheny
County and to educating people about this region's architectural heritage
and urban and landscape design history. Landmarks offers a range
of educational programs including: Architecture in the Classroom;
Kennywood and Architecture; Architectural Apprenticeships; Art and
Architecture; and Neighborhood Explorations. Call 471-5808 or email
the PHLF Education Coordinator
Places to visit