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Pennsylvania History-Progressive Era (6 collections)

  • Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – American Marketplace Collection

    Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – American Marketplace Collection

    American Marketplace chronicles the development of the industrial expansion of the United States following the Civil War, and the parallel emergence of the consumer products reflecting more

  • Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Iron & Steel Photographic Collection

    Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Iron & Steel Photographic Collection

    Complementing the original Iron & Steel Collection, the Iron & Steel Photographic Collection features individual images of places and personalities intrinsic to Pittsburgh's development as the more

  • Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Pittsburgh Iron & Steel Heritage Collection

    Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Pittsburgh Iron & Steel Heritage Collection

    Pittsburgh’s heritage is strongly rooted in iron, steel, mining and related industries. The Pittsburgh Iron & Steel Heritage Collection is a digital compilation of books, journals, more

  • Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – The Builder Collection

    Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – The Builder Collection

    The Builder is an architectural publication that was published in Pittsburgh from 1901 to 1919. Its subtitle is: "Devoted to Architecture". The Builder is a highly more

  • Meyersdale Public Library – Photograph Collection

    Meyersdale Public Library – Photograph Collection

    The Meyersdale Public Library photograph collections contain approximately 2,000 photographs. From the total collection, about 320 will be selected for digitization based on the selection criteria. more

  • New Cumberland Public Library – New Cumberland Town Celebrations

    New Cumberland Public Library – New Cumberland Town Celebrations

    Photographs of various occasions celebrated by New Cumberland, including the 1906 Old Home Week and Geary Celebration, World War I Homecoming, and the dedication of the more