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Pittsburgh Architecture

The Pittsburgh Architecture file consists of index cards containing information about specific buildings, architectural styles, areas, building types, houses, and other structures built in the Pittsburgh region during the 20th Century. Consulting this file with a librarian is the first step to finding information about a particular structure. The information on these index cards varies in degree of detail. Some cards refer to journal articles, citations in books, and the architect or the designer. Some cards indicate that there is a corresponding clippings file folder.

The clippings file, called The Pittsburgh Architecture Information File, is a collection of newspaper and magazine clippings and other ephemera. Carnegie Library art librarians collected these documents before the development of the Internet. This file includes rare and unique items not easily found in other places.

Sets of slides on Pittsburgh architecture are available for circulation at the Carnegie Library. To learn more about this collection, see the Slide Collection page.

For further information about the Pittsburgh Architecture File, contact the Reference Services Department.

Phone: 412-622-3175
E-mail: info@carnegielibrary.org.

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Pittsburgh Architecture

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  • Pgh. Architecture (General)
  • 1000 California (Northside)
  • 1000 Grandview Condominiums
  • 10th Street (“Irish Block”)
  • 121 Ninth St.
  • 1370 Washington Pike (Bridgeville)
  • 146 45th St. (Lawrenceville)
  • 1501 Ardmore Boulevard
  • 16th Ward School
  • 18th Infantry NGP Armory
  • 1902 Landmark Tavern
  • 19th Ward School
  • 200 West North Ave. (Northside)
  • 3501 Forbes Avenue
  • 357 N. Craig St.
  • 400 Oxford Drive (Monroeville)
  • 40th Street Bridge
  • 411 Grand Plaza
  • 415 Stratton Lane (Shadyside)
  • 518 Emerson St.
  • 525 William Penn Place (Mellon Building)
  • 5742 Fifth Ave. Condos
  • 5807 Fifth Ave. Condos
  • 614 Bellefont Street (Shadyside)
  • 6568 Fifth Ave. (Point Breeze)
  • 826 Lincoln Ave.
  • 841 N. Lincoln Ave (Northside)
  • 900 Penn Luxury Suites
  • Abbott Building (100 Smithfield)
  • Academic & Schenley District High School
  • Academy Place (Glen Osborne)
  • Activated Carbon Company, Calgon Center, Technical Center
  • African Methodist Episcopal Church (East End)
  • AIDS Patients Residence
  • Air Tool Parts and Service Co. (Smallman St)
  • Airport
  • Airport Marriott Hotel
  • Alcoa Building (Downtown)
  • Alcoa Building (Northside)
  • Alcoa Building (proposed, East General Robinson St., Northside)
  • Alice Lewis Apartments
  • Alinda Preparatory School
  • All Saints Church (Etna)
  • Allegheny Arsenal
  • Allegheny Cemetery
  • Allegheny Center
  • Allegheny Center, One Allegheny Square
  • Allegheny Center, Three Allegheny Square
  • Allegheny City Hall
  • Allegheny Commons
  • Allegheny Community College
  • Allegheny Community Theater, Allegheny Regional Library
  • Allegheny Country Club (Sewickley)
  • Allegheny County Airport
  • Allegheny County Courthouse & Jail
  • Allegheny County Hospital for the Insane
  • Allegheny County Jail
  • Allegheny County Jail (YMCA proposed plan)
  • Allegheny County Morgue
  • Allegheny County Police & Firemen Training Academy
  • Allegheny County, Community College of, Boyce Campus
  • Allegheny County, Community College of, South Campus, West Mifflin
  • Allegheny Free Library, Northside
  • Allegheny General Hospital
  • Allegheny International Inc. Proposed Headquarters
  • Allegheny Market House (Northside)
  • Allegheny Observatory
  • Allegheny Tower Apartments
  • Allegheny Trails Council Headquarters, Boy Scouts of America
  • Allegheny Valley Hospital (Natrona Heights)
  • Allegheny Valley Railroad Comp. (12th & Pike St.)
  • Allegheny Valley School for Exceptional Children
  • Allegheny West (Northside)
  • Allegheny-Kiski Valley Heritage Museum (Tarentum)
  • Allequippa Terrace
  • Allison Elementary School (Wilkinsburg)
  • Alpha Terrace (Highland Park)
  • Alston, John & Susan
  • Aluise, John & Angela House (Bellevue)
  • Aluminum City Terrace Housing
  • Aluminum Company of America Building
  • Alzheimer’s Alliance Care & Research Center (proposed)
  • Amberson Towers
  • Americus Club (now Pitt bldg)
  • Ammons, Tom Home (Hampton Twp.)
  • Amphitheater
  • Anderson Manor (Manchester)
  • Apartment Building (Alder & S. Highland)
  • Apartment Building (Janssen & Abbott, archs.)
  • Apartment Buildings
  • Apartment Buildings
  • Apartment House (Shadyside?)
  • APICS Castle
  • Appletree Bed & Breakfast
  • Apts. & Condominiums
  • Aquazoo
  • Arbuthnot, Stephenson & Co.
  • Architects Workshop
  • Arlington Elementary School
  • Armory, 18th Infantry N. G. P.
  • Armstrong Cork Co.
  • Armstrong Square (Strip District)
  • Armstrong, Richard House
  • Armstrong, Robert III (Covert Rd., Lawrence County near New Castle)
  • Arrott Building (Downtown)
  • Arsenal
  • Art Cinema
  • Art Deco
  • Art Moderne
  • Arthur, Mr. R.
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Asbury Methodist-Episcopal Church
  • Aspinwall Presbyterian Church
  • Athalia Daly Home for Working Girls
  • Athletic Club
  • Atlantic Financial Building
  • Atlantic Refining Co.
  • Atrium (Oakland)
  • Atwood & McCaffrey (machine shop)
  • Auditoriums
  • Avalon United Presbyterian
  • Avery Church (Northside)
  • Aviary
  • Awards
  • B’Nai Israel Synagogue (E. Liberty)
  • Bair, Harry S. (East End Ave.)
  • Baker, F. J. Torrance House (Sewickley)
  • Ballay, Joe (Penn Hills)
  • Baltimore & Ohio (Smithfield & Water St.)
  • Baltimore & Ohio Railroad (observation signal tower)
  • Bank Buildings
  • Bank Buildings
  • Bank Center
  • Bank of Pittsburgh (George Post, arch)
  • Bank of Pittsburgh (John Chislett, arch)
  • Bank, The
  • Baptist Orphanage & Home Society
  • Barns
  • Baroque
  • Barrow, Joseph L. Home (Manchester)
  • Bath Houses
  • Bauer Brothers (S. Munsch, arch)
  • Beacons
  • Beatty Mansion (5135 Ellsworth Ave., Shadyside)
  • Beauchamp, James & L. Perfido (Pembroke Place & St. James St.)
  • Beaver College
  • Bed & Breakfasts
  • Bedford County
  • Beechview House
  • Bell Federal Savings & Loan (Wood & Oliver St.)
  • Bell Telephone Company
  • Bellefield Church
  • Bellefield Dwellings
  • Bellefield Hotel
  • Bellefield Presbyterian Church (5th & Thackeray)
  • Bellefield Towers
  • Bellefield United Presbyterian Church
  • Bellefonte Place (Shadyside)
  • Bellevue Borough Hall (proposed)
  • Bellman, Sonny & Donny House (Sewickley)
  • Belmar Theatre
  • Ben Avon
  • Ben Avon United Methodist Church
  • Ben Avon United Presbyterian Church
  • Ben Israel Temple
  • Benedum Center for the Performing Arts
  • Benedum, Michael Late House
  • Berger Building
  • Berger, H. Building
  • Berndtson, Peter Designed House (Ben Avon)
  • Berndtson, Peter Designed House (Warwick Terrace, Squirrel Hill)
  • Berndtson, Peter House (West Mifflin)
  • Bernt, Benno and Connie House (Schenley Road Townhouses)
  • Bessemer Building
  • Beth Shalom Synagogue
  • Bethany Evangelical Lutheran Church
  • Bethel African Methodist-Episcopal
  • Bethel Evangelical Lutheran Church
  • BethZion Memorial Temple (Johnstown)
  • Bigelow Apartments
  • Birmingham Towers
  • Birmingham United Church of Christ
  • Bissell & Co.
  • Blackadore, Isaac Home (Penn Hills)
  • Blairsville S. S. Simon & Jude R. C.
  • Blier, Rocky Home (Fox Chapel)
  • Blind Institute, Gymnasium
  • Bloomfield Bank Building
  • Board of Public Education Building
  • Boggs, R. H. Mansion (W. North Ave., Northside)
  • Book, M. E. Co.
  • Bossart-Osterman House
  • Bost Building
  • Braddock First M. E. Church
  • Braddock Hills Center #2
  • Braddock National Bank
  • Braddock Post Office
  • Brady Street Bridge Cafe
  • Braeface (Sewickley)
  • Brake House Lofts ((2501 Liberty Ave., Strip District)
  • Brandau, Jeff & Judith House (Manchester, Northside)
  • Brandau, Jeff & Judith House (Manchester, Northside)
  • Brashear, John House (1954 Perrysville Ave.)
  • Brew House
  • Bridges
  • Bridges
  • Brighton Road Presbytarian Chapel
  • Brittany Apartment Building (Sewickley)
  • Brookline Park Arch and “Wall of Fame”
  • Brooks, Judson Home (Edgeworth)
  • Broschart, Henry
  • Brown, Mansfield (602 Poplar Way, Carnegie)
  • Brown, Mr. J. S. (Allegheny)
  • Brown, Mrs. J Hotel (Allegheny City)
  • Brush Creek United Church of Christ
  • Brushton School
  • Buhl Building (5th Ave.)
  • Buhl Planetarium
  • Buhl Science Center
  • Buhl, Christian Home (Zelienople)
  • Builder’s Exchange Building
  • Building News 1880-1900
  • Buildings
  • Buildings
  • Buncher Co. Building (Leetsdale)
  • Burgunder Dodge (Bridgeville)
  • Burke Building
  • Butler (General)
  • Butler City Building
  • Butler County Courthouse
  • Butler County National Bank
  • Butler County Office Building
  • Button, Lamont H. Home
  • Butz and Kauffman
  • Byham Theater
  • Byrnes & Kiefer Building
  • C. C. Mellor Library (Edgewood)
  • Calvary Episcopal Church
  • Calvary Episcopal Church Rectory
  • Calvary United Methodist Church (Northside)
  • Campbell, Mrs. Margaret Home
  • Cannonsburg House
  • Cappellis, Frank & Paddy (Northside)
  • Capretto, Robert & Jackie (Oakmont)
  • Card, William Warren Mansion
  • Carlin, Thomas Sons Building
  • Carlow College
  • Carlton House Hotel
  • Carnahan-Sellars House (400 Shady Ave.)
  • Carnegie Company
  • Carnegie Free Library (Carnegie)
  • Carnegie Free Library (McKeesport)
  • Carnegie Institute (original building)
  • Carnegie Institute of Technology
  • Carnegie Institute. Armillary Sphere
  • Carnegie Institute. Fine Arts Galleries
  • Carnegie Institute. Founders Room
  • Carnegie Institute. Heinz Galleries
  • Carnegie Institute. Library
  • Carnegie Institute. Marble
  • Carnegie Institute. Music Hall
  • Carnegie Institute. Sarah Scaife Gallery
  • Carnegie Institute. Roof.
  • Carnegie Library (Oakmont)
  • Carnegie Library of Braddock
  • Carnegie Library of Homestead
  • Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
  • Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Allegheny Regional Branch
  • Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Business Branch
  • Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Homewood Branch
  • Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Lawrenceville Branch
  • Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Squirrel Hill Branch
  • Carnegie Mellon University
  • Carnegie Mellon University. College of Fine Arts Building
  • Carnegie Mellon University. Department of Architecture
  • Carnegie Mellon University. Fraternity Houses
  • Carnegie Mellon University. Margaret Morrison Technical School for Women
  • Carnegie Mellon University. Mellon Institute
  • Carnegie Mellon University. Purnell Center for the Peforming Arts
  • Carnegie Mellon University. Research Institute
  • Carnegie Mellon University. Science Hall
  • Carnegie Mellon University. Student Center
  • Carnegie Mellon University. University Center
  • Carnegie Office Building
  • Carnegie Science Center
  • Carnegie Technical Schools of Pittsburgh
  • Carnegie, Andrew, “Braemer Cottage” (Cresson)
  • Carpenter House (Boyce Park)
  • Carron Street Baptist Church
  • Carson, Thomas E. Intermediate High School/Carson Middle School (McCandless Twp)
  • Casey’s Row
  • Casino Theater (Vandergrift)
  • Caslake, Sydney & Betty (South Side)
  • Cathedral of Learning
  • Catholic Church (Somerset)
  • Centenary Methodist Episcopal Church
  • Center City Tower
  • Center for Biotechnology
  • Center for Organ Recovery & Education (RIDC Park, Hampton)
  • Central District and Printing Telegraph Co.
  • Central School Board (New Brighton)
  • Century Building (Downtown)
  • Chaddock & Owens
  • Chamber of Commerce Building
  • Charette
  • Charles, Ed & Bea
  • Chatham Center
  • Chatham College
  • Chatham College. Beatty Hall
  • Chatham Motor Hotel
  • Chatham Village
  • Chess, Mrs. Moses, Mrs. J. E. Hill (warehouse & furniture store)
  • Cheswick Public School
  • Children’s Hospital
  • Childs, Harvey House (718 Devonshire St.)
  • Christ Methodist Church (Bethel Park)
  • Christian Church (Mansfield)
  • Church of Epiphany (Bellevue)
  • Church of the Ascension
  • Church of the Holy Trinity
  • Church of the Nativity (Crafton)
  • Churches. General
  • City Hall (1869-1872)
  • City Hall (proposed)
  • City Hospital (Marshalsea)
  • City Savings Bank
  • City Theatre (former Duquesne Brewery, former United Methodist Church)
  • City-County Building
  • Civic Arena
  • Civic Garden Center
  • Clarion State Normal School
  • Clark Building
  • Clark Mansion (701 Ridge Ave.)
  • Clark Mansion (Dunmoyle St. Squirrel Hill)
  • Clark, James Home (Fox Chapel)
  • Clarke, Charles T. Home, “Alicia”
  • Claybourne, The
  • Clayton Mansion
  • Clubhouses
  • CNG Towers
  • Cochran, Keith and Mary Mazziotti House (West End)
  • Cochran, Sarah House
  • Coe, Russell Home (Sewickley)
  • Colfax Elementary School (Springdale, PA)
  • Colfax School
  • Colleges
  • Collins Cigar Co.
  • Colonial Building
  • Colonial Supply Co. Building (First Ave.)
  • Colonial Trust Co.
  • Coltart Square
  • Columbia Health Center (Wilkinsburg)
  • Columbia Hotel
  • Columbus Club
  • Columbus Elementary School
  • Columbus Middle School
  • Commerce Court Building (Station Square)
  • Commercial Hotel
  • Commercial National
  • Commonwealth Trust
  • Community College of Allegheny College
  • Community Design Center of Pittsburgh
  • Community of Reconciliation Church, Bellefield Towers
  • Comstock Center (Ft. Duquesne Blvd.)
  • Concord-Liberty Bank (6th & Wood St.)
  • Conestoga Building
  • Congregation Talmud Torah Synagogue (South Side)
  • Connelley Trade School
  • Conservatories
  • Constantin Pontiac Building
  • Convention Center
  • Convention Centers
  • Convents
  • Copeland Street Apartment House
  • CORE
  • Corporate One Office Park (Monroeville)
  • Corpus Christi Residence (7165 Churchland St.)
  • Cost
  • Courier Buiding (Centre & Heldman St.)
  • Courthouse & Jail
  • Courtyards (Shadyside)
  • Cove Place (Glen Hazel)
  • Cracker, S. S. Marvin Co. Stables
  • Craft, Charles Cathral
  • Crafton High School
  • Craig Building (Penn Ave)
  • Craig Square Shops
  • Craig Street Commons
  • Crawford Square
  • Crematories
  • Croghan-Schenley House, “Picnic House” (Stanton Heights)
  • Crutchfield Woolfolk
  • Cumberland Presbyterian Society
  • Curry, A. (storeroom & flat)
  • Cyclops Building (Mt. Lebanon)
  • Cyclorama Building
  • Dalzell, Hon. John Building (law office)
  • Danforth, Bill & Lettie (Fox Chapel)
  • Darrah Street Houses (Oakland)
  • Daugherty, G. S. Co.
  • David L. Lawrence Convention Center
  • Davies, J. C. (Johnstown)
  • Davis & Watson, Messrs.
  • Davis Farmhouse (Brentwood)
  • Davis Theatre
  • Davis, Harry
  • Davis, Mr. H. A.
  • Davis, Mr. Henry
  • Defense Housing
  • Dennis, William K. Home (O’hara Twp.)
  • Denny Row (Allegheny West)
  • Department of Public Safety
  • Department Stores
  • Designers’ Show Houses (Junior League of Pittsburgh)
  • Deutschtown (Northside)
  • Devico, George & Cecilia (Greensburg)
  • Di Iorio (Sewickley)
  • Diamond National Bank
  • DiFiore, Anthony House (206 W. North Ave.)
  • Dilworth Elementary School
  • Dimmling Brothers Restaurant
  • Dispatch Publishing Company
  • Dithridge House (220 N. Dithridge-condos)
  • Dixon, Martin House
  • Doctors House (Butler)
  • Dodds, Robert & Deborah (Downtown)
  • Dolan, Patty & Jim House ("Ruudhaven", Fox Chapel)
  • Dollar Savings & Trust Co. Building
  • Dollar Savings Bank (Smithfield & 4th St.)
  • Dollar Savings Bank. Gateway Branch
  • Dome Homes
  • Domes
  • Domestic
  • Donaldson, R. T. House (Crafton)
  • Dormont
  • Doughboy Square Housing
  • Downtown
  • Dravo Building
  • Droz, Dan House (Squirrel Hill)
  • Duff, P. & Sons (warehouse)
  • Duggan, Robert House
  • Duquesne Brewery
  • Duquesne Club
  • Duquesne Heights
  • Duquesne Incline
  • Duquesne Light Co. Building
  • Duquesne National Bank (Pittsburgh)
  • Duquesne University
  • Duquesne University. A. J. Palumbo Center
  • Duquesne University. College of Arts & Sciences
  • Duquesne University. Rangos School of Health Sciences
  • Dykeman, Mary (514 Alpine St., Northside)
  • Eagles Club (Monongahela City)
  • East Allegheny High School (North Versailles)
  • East End Savings & Trust
  • East Hills Park
  • East Liberty
  • East Liberty Presbyterian Church
  • East Liberty Station of the Pennsylvania Railroad
  • East Pittsburgh Municipal Building
  • Eastern Area Special School (Churchill Borough)
  • Easton, Dr.
  • Eastwood Farms (Penn Township)
  • Ebenezer Methodist Episcopal Church (Washington Co.)
  • Eden Hall Lodge
  • Edgehill House (Sewickley)
  • Edgewood High School
  • Edgeworth Club (Sewickley)
  • Eickhoff-America Corp. (RIDC Park)
  • Eighth Street Temple
  • Elizabeth Glass Workshop
  • Elizabeth-Forward Senior High School
  • Elk’s Lodge II
  • Elks Building
  • Elliott & Gruen House (Ligonier)
  • Ellis School
  • Ellsworth Avenue
  • Elm Court (Butler)
  • Emmanuel Episcopal Church
  • Emmaus Community of Pittsburgh Respite Center (South Side)
  • Emory M. E. Church
  • Empire Building
  • Epiphany Church
  • Epiphany Roman Catholic Church
  • Epley Land Co. Building
  • Equibank Building
  • Equitable Life Building
  • Erickson, Sumner (Mt. Washington)
  • Ertl Baking Company
  • Evangelical Lutheran St. Pauls
  • Evans Home (1452 Beechwood Blvd.)
  • Evanson, Jacob & Mildred (Highmont Rd.)
  • Evergreen Hamlet
  • Exhibitions
  • Exposition Buildings
  • Eye Care Center (Stowe)
  • Factories
  • Fairfax Apartments
  • Falk Clinic
  • Family House (Neville)
  • Farmer’s Bank Building/Farmer’s Deposit & National Bank
  • Farmer’s Inn
  • Father Sheedy (3rd Ave & Ferry St.)
  • Federal North (proposed)
  • Federal Reserve Bank
  • Federal Street & Pleasant Valley Railway (power house)
  • Feng Shui
  • Ferguson, E. M. Building
  • Ferguson, J. Robert Home (Sewickley)
  • Fidelity Title & Trust
  • Fifth Avenue High School
  • Fifth Avenue Place
  • Firehouse #7 Offices (Strip District)
  • Firehouses
  • Fires
  • Firestone Building (Roup & Baum Blvd., Friendship)
  • First & Market Building (Shields Building)
  • First Baptist Church (Bellefield Ave.)
  • First Church of Christ, Scientist (201 N. Dithridge)
  • First Church of Christ, Scientist (Clyde St.)
  • First Church of Christ, Scientist (Wilkinsburg)
  • First Congregational Church
  • First Emmanuel Episcopal Church
  • First Lutheran Church (Downtown)
  • First National Bank (Wood St. & 5th Ave.)
  • First National Bank of Allegheny
  • First National Bank of Pitcairn
  • First National Bank of Wilkinsburg, PA
  • First Presbyterian Church
  • First Presbyterian Church (6th Ave., Downtown)
  • First United Brethren Church (Johnstown)
  • First United Methodist Church (Centre & Aiken)
  • First Ward Manual Training School
  • Firstside (Downtown)
  • Fisher, John House (Morning Glory Inn, South Side)
  • Fisher, Sherrye House
  • Fitting, Christopher & Karen
  • Flag Plaza
  • Florian, Dick & Cathy (New Brighton, Beaver County)
  • Flowers, J. W. (Methodist Church)
  • Flynn, Karen & Jay (O'Hara)
  • Food Gallery (Centre Ave)
  • Food Gallery (Peters Twp)
  • Forbes Allies Center
  • Forbes Field
  • Forbes Health Systems
  • Forbes Metropolitan Health Center
  • Forbes Quadrangle
  • Forbes Regional Health Center
  • Forbes School Annex
  • Forbes Trail Area Technical School (Monroeville)
  • Fore Systems Headquarters (Thorn Hill Industrial Park)
  • Forest Grove Elementary School (Montour)
  • Fort Couch Tower
  • Fort Necessity/National Road Interpretive and Education Center (proposed)
  • Fort Pitt Commons
  • Fort Pitt Hotel
  • Fort Pitt Museum
  • Forward-Shady Apartments (Squirrel Hill)
  • Foster, Stephen Collins Memorial
  • Fourth Ave. Historic District (Downtown)
  • Fownes, Henry & Mary (Oakmont)
  • Fox Chapel Presbyterian Church
  • Fox Hall Condominiums
  • Francey, E. E. House
  • Frank, Robert J. House (Woodland Rd.)
  • Frank’s Cafe
  • Frazier Watson House (835 N. Lincoln Ave, Allegheny West, Northside)
  • Freedom Corner (Centre Ave. & Crawford St.)
  • Freight House Shops
  • Fresh Energies Theatre (Homestead)
  • Frick Art Museum
  • Frick Building
  • Frick Estate
  • Frick Fine Arts Building
  • Frick Park Entrance
  • Friendship
  • Froggy’s Restaurant (formerly Watson’s Tavern)
  • Fuhrer, Frank B. Wholesale Co. Warehouse
  • Fulton (1903) Theatre (name changed to Byham)
  • Fulton Building
  • Fulton Cabin (log) (Upper St. Clair Twp.)
  • Funeral Homes
  • Gallatin Mansion (Uniontown)
  • Garages
  • Garden City (Monroeville)
  • Garden Theatre (Northside)
  • Gas Stations
  • Gaskel Building (Fifth & Wylie Ave)
  • Gaslight Club (Bellefonte St.)
  • Gasoline Service Stations
  • Gateway Center
  • Gateway Center #5 Steelworker’s Plaza
  • Gateway Towers (Downtown)
  • Gateway Townhouses
  • Gayety Theater
  • Gazette Times Building
  • Gazette-Telegraph Building
  • Geneva College
  • German Evangelical Lutheran Church (Johnstown)
  • German United Evangelical (Church of Birmingham)(Congregational)
  • Gilfillan, Alexander House (Upper St. Clair)
  • Gillespie, D. L. House
  • Gimbels Department Store
  • Gimbels Warehouse
  • Giovannitti, Francis A. (Woodland Rd.)
  • Gladstone Elementary School
  • Glass Storefronts
  • Glen-Hazel Heights
  • Gloeker Building
  • Gonzales, Frances & Edward House
  • Good Samaritan Chapel
  • Gothic Revival
  • Grace Lutheran Church
  • Grace United Evangelical Church (Wilkinsburg)
  • Graf, Mary Ann & Ed House (Lockhart St., Northside)
  • Granada Theatre
  • Grandview Hotel (proposed)
  • Granite Building (6th & Wood)
  • Grant Ave. & Kennett St. Apartment Building
  • Grant Building
  • Graphic Arts Technical Center
  • Great High Schools Project
  • Great House Sale
  • Greater Faith Tabernacle Church of God in Christ (550 N. Homewood Ave.)
  • Greater Pittsburgh ExpoMart
  • Greater Pittsburgh International Airport (Midfield Terminal)
  • Green Building Alliance
  • Greene County
  • Greenlawn
  • Greensburg Palace Theater
  • Greentree West Office Building
  • Greiner, Matt & Susan (Crafton)
  • Greystone (5th Ave.)
  • Grimes, Gary House (Point Breeze)
  • Gulf Building (Downtown)
  • Gwinner-Harter Mansion
  • Haber, Mrs. Joseph (McKeesport)
  • Hall of Exhibits & Builders Exchange League (Penn & 8th)
  • Hamilton, Captain (store flat)
  • Hamlet, The (2201 Babcock Blvd.)
  • Hammel’s Express Company
  • Hamnet Apartments
  • Hampton Townhouses (Hampton Twp)
  • Handicapped
  • Hanna, Robert Log House
  • Hannan, Robert W. House (East End)
  • Harbaugh-Grafflin House (Sewickley)
  • Hardie, James Factory
  • Harley, Thomas & Patrice (Indiana)
  • Harmar Business Center
  • Harmony House (Slippery Rock)
  • Harris Theater (Downtown)
  • Harris Theatre
  • Harris, Franco House (Northside)
  • Harter, Leo Mansion (Shadyside)
  • Hartje Building
  • Hartwell
  • Hartwood Acres (Mary Flinn Lawrence Estate)
  • Harvard-Yale-Princeton Club
  • Haymaker Mansion (Export)
  • Heeren Brothers (warehouse)
  • Heinz Co.
  • Heinz Family Office & Foundation, CNG Tower
  • Heinz Field
  • Heinz Hall for the Performing Arts
  • Heinz Hall Plaza
  • Heinz, H. J. Mansion (Penn Ave.)
  • Heinz, H. J. Research Center
  • Henderson-Metz House (Warren St., Northside)
  • Henry, D. F. Hotel (5th Ave. Near Smithfield)
  • Herbst, John Home
  • Herbst, Regis (proposed)
  • Herwald, Seymour House (Churchill)
  • Heth’s Run Bridge
  • Hetzel, Frederick House
  • High Spire (Oakmont)
  • Highland Building
  • Highland Park (area)
  • Highland Park Reservoir Microfiltration Plant
  • Highland Towers
  • Hill District
  • Hillel Jewish University Center
  • Hillman Cancer Center
  • Hillman Estate (5th Ave.)
  • Hillman Library
  • Hillman, Ernest Hill ‘n Dale (Fox Chapel)
  • Hilson, A. Building
  • Hilton Hotel
  • Hindu Temple
  • Hindu Temple (615 Illini Dr. Monroeville)
  • Historic Preservation
  • Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania
  • Hoeveler/Hoevler St. Bridge
  • Hoffman, W. H. House
  • Holiday Inn (Oakland)
  • Holmes Court
  • Holmes House for Boys (Northside)
  • Holmes Place Development (S. Oakland)
  • Holmes, Letitia Caldwell (Brighton Rd.)
  • Holy Cross Convent
  • Holy Family Roman Catholic Church (Latrobe)
  • Holy Name Parish School (Duquesne)
  • Holy Rosary Church
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  • Hoover, Herbert Elementary School (Mt. Lebanon)
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  • Horne’s, Jos. Department Store
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  • House, Edward J. Building (400 Smithfield St.)
  • Houses
    • Abbott, Franklin
    • Ache, M. E.
    • Adams, Samuel (Sewickley)
    • Aiken, Mrs. H. B.
    • Alexander, Dr. Maitland (Ridge Ave., Northside)
    • Allyn, G. W.
    • Anderson, C. A. (Susquehanna Ave., Wilkinsburg)
    • Anderson, Col. James House
    • Andrews, Col. James Mansion (Nunnery Hill, Northside)
    • Arbuckle (602 Sherman Ave., Northside)
    • Armstrong, T. M.
    • Armstrong, W. R. (Shadyside)
    • Arthur, Biddle (Center Ave.)
    • Atkins, Ted & Lil Home (Monroeville)
    • Atwood, Moses
    • Aull, W. F.
    • Ayers, H. C.
    • Ayres, Eugene E. (Evergreen Hamlet)
    • Bailey, Mrs. E. L.
    • Bair, Harry S. (East End Ave.)
    • Baird, H. O. (Bellevue)
    • Baird & Black (Beaver County)
    • Balph, J. R. & Hughes, W. G. (New Castle)
    • Bancker, W. G.
    • Banks, L. L. (Oakmont)
    • Barr, A. J.
    • Barry, F. W. (Thornburg)
    • Bartberger, C. M.
    • Baskin, J. J. (Ben Avon)
    • Baum (Roup & Harriet St.)
    • Bayard, John (Walnut St.)
    • Beall, Dr. Chester F. (Evergreen Hamlet)
    • Beck, Rhea House (Sewickley)
    • Beckert, G. H. (Dithridge St. & 5th Ave.)
    • Beechview House
    • Beeson, A. C.
    • Beezer, Louis
    • Bell, William M.
    • Bellman, Sonny & Danny (Sewickley)
    • Benedum, Michael Late House
    • Benham, Mrs. D. C. (S. Negley Ave.)
    • Berndtson, Peter House (West Mifflin)
    • Bernuth, A. Von (Stafford)
    • Biddle, J. T. (Baum’s Grove)
    • Bidwell, D. W. C.
    • Bidwell, D. W. C.
    • Bier, C. W.
    • Bigham, Thomas James (Mt. Washington)
    • Bindley, John, “Atherstone” (5th Ave.)
    • Bissell
    • Black, D. P.
    • Black, D. P.
    • Black Mansion (Western Ave., Northside)
    • Black & Baird
    • Blackmore, G. C. (Edgewood)
    • Blair, Thomas S. (Glenwood)
    • Block, Thomas Home (Sewickley)
    • Blythe, George (Wilkinsburg)
    • Bollman, H. S.
    • Borne, J. E.
    • Borntraeger, Carl J.
    • Bossart-Osterman House
    • Boyd, E. W. (Nadine)
    • Boyd, Marcus
    • Brandt, Lewis (Oakmont)
    • Breitweisser, Charles E.
    • Brewer, Capt. Charles (Western Ave.)
    • Brigge, William
    • Brown, H. G.
    • Brown, Henry Graham (5050 Forbes St.)
    • Brown, Dr. J. R.
    • Brown, J. S., et. al
    • Brown, Mrs. L. E.
    • Brown, W. H.
    • Brown, William H. (Brown’s Hill)
    • Brunot, Felix Reville (216 E. Stockton Ave.)
    • Buchman, Max
    • Buhl, Henry Jr. (Leetsdale)
    • Burchfield Farm
    • Burford, J.
    • Butler
    • Button, Lamont H.
    • Byers, Eben M.
    • Byers, J. Frederic (Sewickley Heights)
    • Calvert, George H. (Hampton Twp.)
    • Campbell, G. S. (McDonald)
    • Campbell, James P.
    • Campbell, Joseph H.
    • Campbell, Mrs. Margaret Home (Sewickley)
    • Capel, Sophia P. (Thomas Blvd.)
    • Card, William Warren Mansion
    • Carnahan-Sellers House
    • Carnegie, Mrs. Thomas C. (Penn Ave., East End)
    • Carpenter House (Boyce Park)
    • Carrier, A. A. & S. S.
    • Carter, E. C.
    • Cartwright, F.
    • Cass, Gen. George W., “Cassella” (1308 Linden St.)
    • Center Avenue
    • Chalfant (E. North Ave.)
    • Chambers
    • Chapman, Rev.
    • Chapman, Rev.
    • Chapman, Rev. T. H.
    • Chess, H. B. Jr.
    • Childs, Mrs. L. B. (Morewood Ave., Shadyside)
    • Childs, Asa P. (Forbes & Halket St.)
    • Childs, W. A.
    • Christ Episcopal Parish House
    • Christy, Mark & Billings, John
    • Church, R. P.
    • Church, Samuel (Allegheny)
    • Clapp, C. E.
    • Clark, Charles J. (Craft Ave.)
    • Clark Mansion (Dunmoyle St., Squirrel Hill)
    • Clarke, R. N.
    • Clayton (Frick Estate)
    • Clemson, R. E. (Woodland Rd.)
    • Cochran, Sarah House
    • Coffin, S. G. (Edgewater)
    • Coggins, O. (Bellevue)
    • Colianni, Eileen & Vince House
    • Colonial Way & Ellsworth Ave.
    • Coltart House (3441 Forbes Ave., Oakland)
    • Cook, J. Walton
    • Cooke, James Negley
    • Cordes, Frank
    • Cornelius, Charles E. (Morningside Rd.)
    • Coyle & Stevenson
    • Craig Street
    • Craig, Isaac & Neville Homes (Neville Island & Bellefield)
    • Crawford, E. R. (S. Duquesne & Center Ave.)
    • Dalzell, Thomas
    • Dark Half by Stephen King
    • Darlington, Mary O’Hara, “Guyasuta”
    • Darlington, Harry Jr. (Northside)
    • Davidson, M. J.
    • Davies, Mrs. C. L.
    • Dearborn, E. E. (McKeesport)
    • De Armit, W. P.
    • Denny, Elizabeth O’Hara Home
    • Dewar, John (Bellevue)
    • Dickey, Miss
    • Dillon, Joseph (McKeesport)
    • Dilworth, Albert
    • Dilworth, Lawrence
    • Dixon, Martin House
    • Donaldson, R. T. House (Crafton)
    • Doughty, H. H.
    • Douglas, R.. H. (Meade St.)
    • Dravo, H. C.
    • Dravo, H. G.
    • Droz, Dan House (Squirrel Hill)
    • Duff, “Broad Stones” (Jack’s Run Rd.)
    • Duffy Mansion (4215 Gladstone St., Greenfield)
    • Duggan, Robert W. House
    • Dunbar, Alexander
    • Dupuy, Herbert
    • East End
    • East Liberty
    • Eastwood Farms Homes
    • Eckert
    • Edgehill House
    • Edgewood Station
    • Edwards, Dr. J. F.
    • Eichbaum (5th Ave.)
    • Eichenlaab, P.
    • 841 N. Lincoln Ave. (Northside)
    • Elkin, William (Jeanette)
    • Elliott & Gruen House (Ligonier)
    • Ellis, A. C.
    • Evaline Street
    • Evans, Dr. C. (S. Negley near 5th Ave.)
    • Evans, John K.
    • Evergreen Hamlet
    • Everson, Bissell
    • Ewart, Jacob Home (Center & Herron St.)
    • Fahnstock
    • Fanestock, Mrs. M. F.
    • Farner, Prof.
    • Fauke, H. W. (Harmony)
    • Feily, H. M.
    • Ferguson, Edmund Morewood (5th & Morewood Ave.)
    • Ferree, C. B.
    • Ferree Estate (6940 Frankstown Ave., 12th Ward)
    • Fife (Upper St. Clair Twp.)
    • Finley, George (Frankstown Ave. & Beechwood Blvd.)
    • Fisher, J. A. (Thomas St.)
    • 5426 5th Ave.
    • Flannery, James J. III (penthouse, Royal York)
    • Flannery, J. J.
    • Fleming, J. P.
    • Flinn, J.
    • Flinn, William (country residence)
    • Flower, Dr. William S. (Valencia)
    • Follansbee, B. G. (Schenley Farms)
    • Follansbee, C. B. (California Ave.)
    • Folson, F. W. (Sharpsburg)
    • Ford, W. R. (Center Ave. & Neville St.)
    • Forsythe, Margaret (Penn Ave.)
    • Forward, Walter (William Pitt Blvd.)
    • Foster, David
    • Foster, Howard
    • Foster, Stephen Memorial Home
    • Foster, Stephen C. Birthplace (3600 Penn Ave., Lawrenceville)
    • 4th Ave. & Ross St.
    • 4848 5th Ave.
    • 4902 Forbes
    • Fowler, William
    • Fox, G. H. (Kittanning)
    • Francey, E. E. House
    • Frank, Robert J.
    • Franklin, Dr. Paul H.
    • Franklin Park House
    • Frankstown Estates
    • Fraser, W. A. (Ben Avon)
    • Fraser, W. P. (Allegheny)
    • Frauenheim, A. A. (Squirrel Hill)
    • Frazier, R. S.
    • Frew, W. N.
    • Frew (Crafton)
    • Frick Estate
    • Friday, Jacob
    • Frosch, Berthold, “Briar Cliff” (Chislett St., East End)
    • Fulcinitis, Rocco Home (Brookline)
    • Gaertner, Dr. (Negley Ave.)
    • Gallatin Mansion (Uniontown)
    • Gardner, Dr. E. R.
    • Gardner, O. K.
    • Gardner, W. F.
    • Garfield, Dr. & Mrs. Samuel
    • Garrison, J.
    • Gauster, J.
    • Gearharts (Evergreen Hamlet)
    • Gillespie, D. L.
    • Given, T. H.
    • Gloninger, Leslie
    • Goehring, William E. (Butler County)
    • Goehring, William H.
    • Goff, John Jr.
    • Gollinger, Mary
    • Grant, T. R.
    • Gregg, John R. (Woodland Rd.)
    • Griffith, William
    • Grimes, Gary House (Point Breeze)
    • Guffey, Col.
    • Guffey, J. M.
    • Guffey, W. S.
    • Gusky, Mrs. Jacob Mark
    • Hale, George W.
    • Hamilton, C. H. (Bellevue)
    • Hamilton, William C.
    • Hamilton, W. D. (North Ave., Northside)
    • Hamilton, Dr. W. R.
    • Hammer, H.
    • Hammett, William (Forbes & Briarcliff Rd.)
    • Hanna, Robert Log House
    • Hanna, Thomas
    • Hannan, Robert W. House (East End Ave.)
    • Harlow, A. B. (Sewickley)
    • Harmony House
    • Harpster, Howard (Osage Drove, Mt. Lebanon)
    • Harris, John H. (Royal York)
    • Harter, Leo Mansion (Shadyside)
    • Hartrick, Albert (West View)
    • Hartwood Acres (Mary Flinn Lawrence Estate)
    • Haworth, David (5th Ave.)
    • Hayden, H. B. (Monongahela City)
    • Haymaker Mansion (Export)
    • Hays, J.
    • Hays, James Hazden (Beechwood Blvd.)
    • Hays, John S. (Sewickley Heights)
    • Hays, Mary
    • Head, Joseph C. (Greensburg)
    • Hendrickson, W. P. (McKeesport)
    • Henley, Mrs.
    • Hermann, G. A. (Bellevue)
    • Herron, John (Mt. Royal Blvd., Shaler Twp.)
    • Herron, William H.
    • Herwald, Seymour House (Churchill)
    • Heyl & Hoeveler Co. (residence)
    • Hickman, V. Q. (Fairmount Ave.)
    • Highland & Wellesley Ave.
    • Hill, Charles K.
    • Hill, William A. (Evergreen Hamlet)
    • Hillman, Ernest
    • Hippley, C. P. (Bellevue)
    • Hirsch
    • Hitzrot, Dr. W. H.
    • Hoffman, C. F. (Brighton Rd., Northside)
    • Hoffman, W. H. House
    • Hoffman & Bonn (Aliquippa Place)
    • Holcombe, Elisha (Wallingford St.)
    • Holland, William Jacob
    • Holmes, Nathaniel
    • Holmes, William & Jane
    • Horne, Durbin
    • Hornell House (Dunmoyle St., Squirrel Hill)
    • Hostetter, Mrs. C. M.
    • Hostetter, D. A. Jr.
    • Hostetter, David H. Jr.
    • House, Ed Jr.
    • Howard, T. H.
    • Hufnagle, J.
    • Huntsman, Mrs.
    • Hussey, C. F. Mansion (Center Ave. & Cypress St.)
    • Irwin, John A. House (Irwin Ave.)
    • Ivory, Peter III (Perry Highway)
    • Jackson, William
    • Jackson Log Cabin (Penn Hills)
    • Jacob, B. N.
    • Jamison, J. C.
    • Jayme, J. Philip
    • Jayme Place House
    • Jenkins, Thomas (Juniata County)
    • Jestice, Aaron & Refi
    • Jones, F. C. (Oakmont)
    • Kaiser, J.
    • Kaiser, Lloyd House (Oakmont)
    • Kane, John E.
    • Kappel, John F. (North Park)
    • Katselas House
    • Kaufmann, E. J. House
    • Kaufmann, Edgar (Fallingwater)
    • Kaufmann, M.
    • Keefer, W. W.
    • Kelly, Joe
    • Kennedy, Julian
    • Kennedy, W. J. A.
    • Kier, Frank J.
    • King Mansion
    • King, Robert Burns Estate (Highland Park)
    • King, Alexander, “Baywood”
    • King, Willis
    • Kingsley, S. E. (Schenley Farms)
    • Kirkpatrick, Robert House (Bradfordwoods)
    • Klages House
    • Klett, Edwin House (Mt. Lebanon)
    • Kneeland, Edward
    • Koch, Frederick
    • Ladd, James B. (Ardmore)
    • Lafayette Inn
    • Laird, W. M.
    • Lane, W. S.
    • Larimer House (Circleville)
    • Larimer, Gen. (log cabin)
    • Laughlin, Alexander
    • Laughlin, George M. (Woodland Rd.)
    • Laughlin, Henry A. (Devonshire St., Shadyside)
    • Laughlin, James
    • Lawrence, Jim & Kate
    • Lawrence, Mary Flinn Estate (Hartwood Acres)
    • Lee, Edward B. (William Penn Way)
    • Lehman, Irvin F. (Pasaden Dr., Fox Chapel)
    • LeMoyne House (Washington)
    • Lincoln Avenue (841 N. Lincoln Ave.)
    • Linden Hall
    • Lindsay, T. J.
    • Lindsay, Mrs. Thomas W.
    • Lipkind (1137 Onondago St.)
    • Lochnoc Farms
    • Lockhart, Mr. (Dinwiddle St.)
    • Lockhart, Charles (5th Ave.)
    • Loeffer, W.
    • Lord, E. P. (Edgeworth)
    • Lovejoy, F. T. F.
    • Lowen, Co. John?
    • Lower Burrell Township
    • Lowrie, Sen. Walter House (Butler)
    • Lowry, A. L. (Sewickley)
    • Lutton, Mrs. L. (Bellevue)
    • Lynch, Thomas (Greensburg)
    • Lyons, Jas.
    • Lytle, Mrs. Harry (Delafield Rd., Aspinwall)
    • McAfee, D. F.
    • McAfee, Jas. (Mt. Oliver)
    • McCague, George E. (Sewickley)
    • McCague, George E.
    • McCargo, Grant (Woodland Rd.)
    • McClelland, Dr. Robert C. House
    • McClintock, Jonas R.
    • McClintock, Oliver
    • McComb’s, Richard (West Mifflin)
    • McConnell, John C. (Dietrick St.)
    • McConway, William
    • McCook, Willis F. (5105 5th Ave.)
    • McCracken, H. I. House
    • McCrary, Roland (Montour Way, Downtown)
    • McCreary, J. (Greensburg)
    • McCreery, J. R.
    • McCullough, H. P.
    • McCullough, H. P.
    • McFarlane (218 Washington Rd., South Hills)
    • McFeely, Charles A.
    • McFeely, John (Schenley Farms)
    • McGinley, T. A.
    • McGrady
    • McIlvaine, Jno. N.
    • McKain, Emma P.
    • McKay, James (Shadyside)
    • McKay, Robert (Marchand St.)
    • McKee, Samuel (Wilkinsburg)
    • Mackin, Charles (Fairywood, 28th Ward)
    • McKnight, F.
    • McKnight, Henry, “Killbuck”
    • McLain, H. E.
    • Maloney, Mary Benedict (Hays St. & N. Highland Ave.)
    • Marshall, “Old Tom” (Marshall Ave.)
    • Marsico, Dennis & Linda House (Fox Chapel)
    • Martsolf, F. C.
    • Matthews, J. J. (N. Negley Ave.)
    • Maunas, A.
    • Meason, Isaac House (Fayette County)
    • Meding, Carl (Willow Brook Rd., Bridgeville)
    • Meek, John, Jacob, & Joshua House
    • Mellon, A. W.
    • Mellon, Gertrude A. (Ligonier)
    • Mellon, Mr.
    • Mellon, Richard B. Mansion (6500 5th Ave.)
    • Mellon, W. L.
    • Messler, E. L.
    • Messler, E. Z. (Murdoch)
    • Metcalfe, W. L.
    • Meyler, W. A. (Schenley Farms)
    • Meyran Houses (rear Iroquois Apts., Forbes)
    • Miller, A. P.
    • Miller, George C.
    • Miller, Henry C.
    • Miller, J. N.
    • Miller, M. C.
    • Miller, W. A., “Spite House” (Penn & Homewood Ave.)
    • Miller, James (South Park)
    • Mistick, Robert (N. Lincoln Ave. & Rope Way, Northside)
    • Mitchell, Joseph L.
    • Moltrup, William (Beaver Falls)
    • Moore, F. E.
    • Moorhead, Gen. James Kennedy House (1835 Center Ave.)
    • Moorhead, William B. House
    • Moreland, Mrs. W. C.
    • Morewood Place
    • Morgan, Miss (Washington)
    • Morris, G. W.
    • Morris & Fleming
    • Morrison, Thomas
    • Mount Braddock
    • Mullen, M. J. (N. Perrysville)
    • Murdock, H. J. Jr.
    • Musgrove, Robert C. (Allegheny)
    • Myers, E. M. (Baum)
    • Myler, W. A. (Schenley Farms)
    • Neal, Robert House (Schenley Park)
    • Neff Homestead (Indiana Twp.)
    • Negley, Alexander, “Heath’s Delight” (Highland Park)
    • Negley, George C., “Rural Home” (Rural Ave.)
    • Negley, Jacob & Anna Winebiddle Home (N. Negley & Stanton Ave., E. Liberty)
    • Neville, Gen. John House (Woodville)
    • Nevin, T. H. Estate
    • Newlin, Dr. H. S. (McKeesport)
    • Newmeyer, J. S. (Dawson)
    • Nicholson, Dr. H. S.
    • Nicola, Oliver
    • 1909 Perrysville Ave.
    • Oakland
    • Oakmont
    • Oesterling, Everett F. Jr. House (Point Breeze)
    • Oetting, C. W. E. (Koewn Station)
    • O’Hara, Gen. James, “Guyasuta” (Sharpsburg)
    • Oliver, George T. (Negley Ave.)
    • O’Neil, Edward (Sewickley)
    • O’Reilly, Anthony J. F. House (Fox Chapel)
    • Ormsby, Dr. Oliver H. (Josephine St., South Side)
    • Painter, A. E. W. (Allegheny)
    • Painter, Clarke House (Edgeworth)
    • Park, James H. (Negley & 5th)
    • Park, Louis (E. North Ave.)
    • Parker House (4405 Bayard St., Schenley Farms)
    • Patrizo, G. (Oakmont)
    • Patterson, James (Old Lebanon Church Rd.)
    • Peacock, Alexander R.
    • Penn Avenue
    • Pentecost, A. J. (Allegheny)
    • Penzer, Judy (Kentucky Ave.)
    • Phillips, Benjamin Dwight (Butler)
    • Phillips, W. L. (Linden Ave. & McPherson Blvd.)
    • Phipps, Lawrence C.
    • Picnic House
    • Pitcairn, Robert Jr. (Amberson Ave.)
    • Pontefract (Sewickley)
    • Porter, H. K.
    • Powers, Fred (Schenley Farms)
    • Powers, William Home (Export)
    • Prentice, W. J.
    • Pringle, Thomas
    • Pyatte, R. M.
    • Quay, Richard (Sewickley Heights)
    • Rae, James
    • Ramsey, James S.
    • Ramlock, G. J.
    • Ray, W. R. (Sewickley Heights)
    • Rea, H. R. House (Sewickley)
    • Reed, George W.
    • Reed, Judge James Hay (Amberson Ave., Shadyside)
    • Reed, J. P.
    • Reid, William D.
    • Reilly, E. S. (cottage)
    • Reilly, John C. Mansion
    • Reimer, C.
    • Reis, W. E. (New Castle)
    • Reitz, W. C. (Duquesne Heights)
    • Renshaw, John A.
    • Richland Road & Penn Avenue
    • Ridwell, D. W. C.
    • Rinehart, Mary
    • Robinson, (Myrtle Ave., Bellevue)
    • Robinson, Gen. William (Bailey Ave., South Side)
    • Robinson House
    • Robinson, W. C. House (Sewickley
    • Robitzer, John Z. T. (Forbes Ave.)
    • Rockwell, Willard F.
    • Rodgers, Henry Clay Frick (penthouse, Royal York)
    • Rodgers, J. H.
    • Roney, David
    • Rose, J. Hanson
    • Rose Hill
    • Rosenbach, Miss (Allegheny)
    • Ross, David House (Shadyside)
    • Ross, James, “Ross Farms”
    • Rowe, Wallace H.
    • Ruch, Jost Homestead (5th Ave. At Jumonville St.)
    • Ruh, Edward & Beth House (Shadyside)
    • Russell, F. A. (Edgeworth)
    • Russell, Lillian (6744 Penn Ave.)
    • Rutan, Frank E. (Sewickley)
    • Rutter, Reuben
    • Saint James Street & 5th Avenue
    • Samson, Harry G. (penthouse) (Morewood Gardens)
    • Sarah Street
    • Sauer, Louis House
    • Sauer, Mrs. Margaret
    • Sawyer Homestead (E. North Ave.)
    • Scaife, C. C.
    • Schafer, J. C.
    • Schaffer, John P.
    • Schenley Farms
    • Schenley Farms Co.
    • Schenley Farms Co.
    • Schiller, W. B.
    • Schmidt, George
    • Schoen, Mrs. C. T. (Rose Valley)
    • Schoen, W. H.
    • Schoenberger, John H. (townhouse) (lower Penn Ave.)
    • Schoenberger, John H. (summer home) (Butler St., Lawrenceville)
    • Schwan, P.
    • Schwartz, Mrs. E.
    • Scott, A. I.
    • Scott, T. H. (Edgewood)
    • Scott, T. H.
    • Scull House (Irwin)
    • Scully, Rees T.
    • Seely Bros.
    • Sellers-Carnahan
    • Sellers Way (carriage house) (Shadyside)
    • Semans, F. M. Jr. (Uniontown)
    • Sendall, Robert (Mexican War Streets)
    • 718 Bidwell Avenue
    • Seville, Dr. D. W. (Bellevue)
    • Sewickley
    • Sewickley
    • Shady Avenue
    • Shanahan, D. F. (Coraopolis)
    • Shaw, James
    • Shaw, Thomas Wilson Homestead (Pine Creek, Glenshaw)
    • Shields, James W. House (Irwin Ave.)
    • Shields, Mark (Evergreen Hamlet)
    • Shoenberger, John H.
    • Shoop, Jan & Robert (Oakmont)
    • Sibley, Joseph C. (River Ridge Farm, Franklin)
    • Siedle, Otto C. House (Irwin Ave.)
    • Simen, G. D.
    • Singer, G. H. Jr. House (Sewickley)
    • Singer, W. H. (Sewickley Heights)
    • Sipe, C. Glenn House
    • 651 Morewood Ave.
    • 6901 Penn Ave.
    • 6999 Penn Ave.
    • Skees, Edward
    • Slack, John C. Home (Sewickley)
    • Slocum, Dr. F. L. (Linden Ave.)
    • Smith, E. M.
    • Smith, J. W. (Stratford Ave.)
    • Smith, Vic House (Ligonier)
    • Smitley, F. P. (Schenley Farms)
    • Smitley, John H. (Schenley Farms)
    • Snow, George
    • Snyder, William P. House (Ridge Ave.)
    • Snyder, William P. House (Sewickley)
    • Sobel, Michael House (Shadyside)
    • Solar House (Ward & Frazier St., S. Oakland)
    • Sorci, Nino House (Fox Chapel)
    • Spahr, A. H.
    • Spuhler, Harry (Schenley Farms)
    • Squirrel Hill
    • Stanton, W. A.
    • Stark, C. H. (Greenville)
    • Steel, John (E. Waldheim Rd., Aspinwall)
    • Steiner, G. A.
    • Steinton, J. P. (Johnstown)
    • Stengel, Godfrey House
    • Sterrett Homestead (Crafton)
    • Stevenson, A. P.
    • Stewart, Dr. A.
    • Stewart, Douglas
    • Stewart, H. S. (N. Highland Ave.)
    • Stewart, Dr. Jacob House
    • Stewart, James L. (Sewickley)
    • Stewart, W. C. (Irwin Ave.)
    • Stewart, W. C.
    • Stewart, Mrs. (Allegheny)
    • Stewart, Lysle (Sewickley)
    • Stieren, Dr. Edward
    • Stilwagon, Dr. Charles (Schenley Farms)
    • Stout, F. L.
    • Stranahan, Dr. C. W.
    • Sturn, Charles (Shady Ave.)
    • Sullivan, Paul House
    • Sutphen, C. R. (Schenley Farms)
    • Sweeny, John F. Houses (Phillips Ave., Squirrel Hill)
    • Tagart, S. A.
    • Taylor, John (Brighton Rd., Kilbuck Twp.)
    • Thaw, Mrs. William Jr.
    • Thompson, A. Marshall House
    • Thompson, Arthur W. House (Ligonier)
    • Thompson, W. W. (Wallingford St.)
    • Todd, George Cabin (Beaver)
    • Todd, James (Sewickley)
    • Trebilcock Residence (Rosslyn Farms, Carnegie)
    • Trees, J. C.
    • Trimber, W. J. (Sewickley)
    • Trimble, Maurice
    • Twitchell, J.
    • 219 Grandview Ave. Condominium
    • Urben, Joseph
    • Utley, E. H. (Shady Ave.)
    • Vandergrift Residence
    • Vandergrift, Captain
    • Vandergrift, J. J.
    • Vandergrift, Captain J. J.
    • Vandevort, Mrs. C.
    • Vauclain, S. M.
    • Vilsack, W. L. (Jancey St., Morningside)
    • Viviano, Salvatore (factory-mansion) (Carnegie)
    • Wainwright, Mrs. Harry
    • Wainwright, J. Z. Mansion (N. Highland Ave.)
    • Walker, John (Sewickley)
    • Wallace, D. H. (Sewickley)
    • Ward, James Jr. House
    • Wasson, H. G.
    • Watson, Robert Home (Watson St. near Chestnut, 6th Ward)
    • Watson, D. T. Homes (Ridge Ave., Northside & “Sunny Hill,” Leetsdale)
    • Waugaman, Dr. S. P. (McKeesport)
    • Way House (Beaver Rd., Edgeworth)
    • Weber, P.
    • Weiss, Theodore
    • Weller, J. E. House (Northside)
    • Werner, Oswald
    • West, E. M. (Sheridan Ave.)
    • Westinghouse, George Mansion (Homewood)
    • Wilkes, H. W.
    • Wilkins, Kenneth F.
    • Wilkins, William
    • Williams, G. Thomas House (Sewickley)
    • Williams, Robert House (Manchester)
    • Willock, W. W. (Sewickley Heights)
    • Wilson, D. B.
    • Wilson, John T.
    • Winebiddle Homestead (Winebiddle Ave., Friendship)
    • Wingerson, C. A. (Allegheny)
    • Winter, Emil
    • Witt, W. H. (Bellevue)
    • Wolf, Eva
    • Wolff, Charles A.
    • Wolinske, Julia
    • Wood, Rufus D.
    • Wood, W. Dewees Mansion (Forbes St.)
    • Woodland Road
    • Woodland Road
    • Woodland Road
    • Woods, John George (Chatsworth Ave., Hazelwood)
    • Woods, Edward A. Mansion (Academy Ave. & Woodland Rd., Sewickley)
    • Woods, Samuel
    • Woodside (Edgeworth)
    • Woodville
    • Worthington, John House
    • Wright, E. P. S. (Sewickley)
    • Wurtz, A. J. (Shady Ave.)
    • Yard, Josephine
    • Young, A. N. Home (Osage Rd., Virginia Manor, Mt. Lebanon)
    • Zilliac, E. George Home
  • Housing
  • Howard Johnson’s Motor Lodge (Monroeville)
  • Howard Johnsons (Oakland)
  • Howe-Childs-Gateway House (5th Ave., Shadyside)
  • Hubbard & Co. Factory
  • Hufstader Cadillac (E. Liberty)
  • Humphrey, A. L. (Edgewood)
  • Hunt, Alfred M. (4875 Ellsworth)
  • Hyeholde Countryhouse & Restaurant
  • I.C. Light Amphitheatre
  • I.O.O.F. (Homestead)
  • IBM Building
  • Ihmsen Building (South Side)
  • Immaculate Conception Church (Carnegie)
  • Immaculate Conception Church (Edmond St.)
  • Immaculate Heart of Mary Church
  • Imoff, H. G. (stables)
  • Imperial Theater (Connellsville)
  • Inclines
  • Independence Court (Oakland)
  • Indorato, Leroy House (Northside)
  • Industrial
  • Industrial National Bank
  • Industrial Scientific Corp. (North Fayette)
  • Ingomar United Methodist Church
  • Inn at Georgian Place (Somerset)
  • Irish, C. D. Building
  • Iroquois Building
  • Irwin, Col. John Home (Irwin)
  • Irwin, John A. House (Irwin Ave.)
  • Italian Catholic Church
  • Italian Church
  • Jackson Log Cabin (Penn Hills)
  • Jacksonia Condominiums
  • James H. Reed Building
  • Jannetta, Phil
  • Jeanette Catholic Church School
  • Jehovah’s Witnesses’ Kingdom Hall
  • Jenkins Arcade
  • Jewish Community Center (proposed) (Squirrel Hill)
  • Johnny Costa Center for the Performing Arts (Arnold, PA)
  • Jones & Laughlin Steel Co.
  • Jones, B. F. (Sewickley)
  • Jones, B. F. III (Edgeworth)
  • Jones, B. F. Jr. (Ridge & Irwin Ave.)
  • Jones, B. F. Jr. House, “Fair Acres” (Sewickley)
  • Joy Manufacturing Co.
  • Junior League Headquarters (N. Bellefield)
  • Jurecko, Toby Home (Wexford)
  • Kaiser, Lloyd House (Oakmont)
  • Kane, John J. Hospital
  • Katz, Agnes Plaza (Penn Ave. & 7th St., Downtown, proposed)
  • Katz, Carl House (Point Breeze)
  • Kaufmann & Baer Department Store (later Gimbels)
  • Kaufmann Department Store
  • Kaufmann Mansion (Cedar Ave.)
  • Kaufmann, E. J. House
  • Kaufmann, Irene Settlement
  • Keenan Building
  • Keil, Jacob House (5314 Westminster Place, Shadyside)
  • Kelley, Mr. Building
  • Kellner, N. Building (Allegheny)
  • Kelly, Edward Building
  • Kelly-Strayhorn Theater (E. Liberty)
  • Kendall, J. L.
  • Kendall, Jacob K. (5th Ave. & Beechwood Blvd.)
  • Kennywood Park
  • Kentuck Knob (Chalk Hill)
  • Kentucky Negley Apartments
  • Kenyon Theater
  • Kern, Robert House
  • Kerr House (Oakmont)
  • Kerr, Christopher & Michael Santmyer House (Manchester)
  • Kessler, Nic Brewery
  • Keystone Bank
  • Keystone Bank (Walnut St.)
  • Keystone Oaks Senior High School
  • Kidney, Walter (author)
  • Kirkpatrick, Robert House (Bradfordwoods)
  • Klein, Alicia & Michael (“wellhouse,” Emerson & Sellers St.)
  • Klett, Edwin House (Mt. Lebanon)
  • Knox, James T. (Fox Chapel)
  • Koerner, Henry Home (Negley Ave.)
  • Kohl, Mr. Building
  • Koppers Building
  • Kossman Building (Forbes & Stanwix, Downtown)
  • Kramer, Elliott House (Mexican War Sts., Northside)
  • Krena, John & Carol House
  • Kudravy, John (Frick Park)
  • Kuhn, D. C. Bank
  • Lacey, Charles H., Jr. House (Northside)
  • Lafayette House (proposed) (Butler)
  • Lambdin Museum
  • Landmark Office Building (Bethel Park)
  • Landmarks Building
  • Langenheim, Gustav Mansion
  • Langley High School
  • Larimer Ave. & Winslow St. School
  • Larimer House (Circleville)
  • LaRoche College
  • Lastooka, John & Della Home (Washington Co.)
  • Latimer School (Northside)
  • Lawrence, David L. Convention Center
  • Lawrence, Jim & Kate Home
  • Lawrence, W. W. Paint Co.
  • Lawrenceville
  • Lawyer’s Title Building
  • Lazarus (5th & Wood, Downtown)
  • Lea, Robert House (Manchester)
  • Learning, Research & Development Center
  • Lehman, Irvin F. House (Fox Chapel)
  • Leishman, John G. A. House (820 Devonshire St., Shadyside)
  • LeMoyne House (Washington)
  • Lenehan, Kevin House (Sewickley Heights)
  • Leona (to 1974 Fresh Energies) Theatre
  • Liberty Center
  • Liberty Theatre
  • Library Center
  • Lieb, Dan House (South Side)
  • Lincoln Club Apartment
  • Lincoln School Sub-District
  • Linden Avenue Public School
  • Linden Grove Dance Hall (Castle Shannon)
  • Linden Hall
  • Linden Place Apartments
  • Liquid Carbolic Acid Co. Factory
  • Little Sisters of the Poor (Chapel)
  • Lochnoc Farms (Ligonier)
  • Lockhart, Charles Building (Penn Ave. Above 9th St.)
  • Loew's Waterfront Theater (Homestead)
  • Lofts
  • Log Homes
  • Longue Vue Golf Club
  • Lowen, Col. John House
  • Loxtren Building
  • Loyal Order of Moose (Penn Ave.)
  • Lutheran Church (Wilkinsburg)
  • Lyceum Theatre
  • MacGregor House (5707 Fair Oaks)
  • MacHarg, Mr. & Mrs. David P. Home (Sharon)
  • Machesney Building
  • Magee Recreation Center (Greenfield)
  • Magee, C. L. (Forbes & Halkett St., Oakland)
  • Magee, Christopher, “Green Gardens” (1006 Watson St.)
  • Magee, Miss J. (store)
  • Magnotti, Pat
  • Mail Order Houses
  • Maloney, Mr. Building
  • Mamaux Building (First Avenue, Downtown)
  • Manchester
  • Manchester Bridge
  • Manchester Elementary School
  • Manchester Youth Development Center (proposed)
  • Mann’s Hotel (McKees Rocks)
  • Manor Building (Downtown)
  • Manual Training School (Northside)
  • Maple Manor (Meyersdale)
  • Margaretta School
  • Maridon Museum (Butler)
  • Marine Bank
  • Market Building
  • Market House
  • Market House (South Side)
  • Market Square
  • Marquis Office Plaza (Robinson Township)
  • Marsico, Dennis & Linda House (Fox Chapel)
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Cultural Center (proposed)
  • Martin, Donna & Jeff (North Point Breeze)
  • Martino, John & Jana House (Rochester, Beaver County)
  • Masonic Temple
  • Massingill, Garth Home (Ligonier)
  • May Building
  • May-Stern & Co.
  • Mazziotti, Mary and Keith Cochran House (West End)
  • McAllister, Byron (Forest Hills)
  • McAteer Buildgin
  • McBeth, Wayne & Lucille (Bradfordwoods)
  • McCann Building (4th Ave. & Market St.)
  • McCann, John & Leah (Fox Chapel)
  • McClelland, Dr. Robert C. House
  • McClelland, James H. Home/Sunnyledge (5th Ave. Shadyside)
  • McCully House (Monroeville)
  • McDonald’s (Downtown)
  • McFerrin, Zack & Marcy (Palo Alto St.)
  • McGranahan Residence
  • McGuire, Tom (House)
  • McKee Plaza
  • McKees Rocks Terrace
  • McKeesport Bank Building
  • McKeesport, PA Convent
  • McKelvey House (Squirrel Hill)
  • McKelvy, Wm. H. Elementary School
  • McKesson & Robbins Building (Fort Pitt Blvd. & Grant St.)
  • McNally Building (warehouse) (Penn Ave.)
  • Meadville
  • Meason, Isaac House (Fayette County)
  • Mechanic’s National Bank
  • Medical Arts Building (Oakland)
  • Medical Building
  • Meek, Joshua House (Moon Township)
  • Mellon Arena
  • Mellon Bank (514 Smithfield St.)
  • Mellon Bank Branch. Crafton-Ingram Shopping Center
  • Mellon Bank Branch. University Branch Office
  • Mellon Bank Building (Swissvale)
  • Mellon Bank Center
  • Mellon Block Building
  • Mellon Building
  • Mellon Client Service Center
  • Mellon Institute
  • Mellon National Bank
  • Mellon, J. R.
  • Mellon, Judge Thomas (Export)
  • Memorial Public Hospital (Johnstown)
  • Merchants Hotel (Johnstown)
  • Mercy Health Center
  • Mercy Hospital
  • Metalized Paper Corp.
  • Methodist Episcopal Building
  • Methodist Episcopal Church (Bellevue)
  • Methodist Episcopal Church (Greensburg)
  • Methodist Episcopal Church (McCandless Ave.)
  • Methodist Episcopal Church (McKeesport)
  • Methodist Episcopal Church (McKeesport)
  • Mexican War Streets
  • Meyer, Tom & Sharon (Jackson Twp., Butler County)
  • Meyer-Jonassen Building (department store) (606 Liberty Ave.)
  • Meyran Building (Oliver Ave.)
  • Miles, Sally Home (Sellers Way, Shadyside)
  • Milinski, Robert (Mt. Washington)
  • Millberg & Marks Residence (Shadyside)
  • Miller, (James or Oliver) Homestead (South Park)
  • Miller, Peter
  • Minadeo, John Elementary School
  • Mine Safety Appliances Headquarters (O’hara)
  • Minnetonka Building (Walnut St., Shadyside)
  • Mishler Theatre (Altoona)
  • Model Home Project
  • Moisey, Larry & Lynette (North Huntington)
  • Moltrup, Stephen House (Beaver Falls)
  • Monaca Public School
  • Monongahela Heights
  • Monongahela Incline
  • Monongahela National Bank (Penn Ave. & Ninth St.)
  • Monroeville
  • Monroeville Mall
  • Monroeville Municipal Building
  • Monroeville Post Office
  • Montefiore Hospital
  • Montefiore-Presbyterian Bridge
  • Montour High School
  • Moon Senior High School
  • Moore, Robert & John Log House (Rostraver)
  • Moorhead Towers
  • Moorhead, William B. House (Moon Township)
  • Moose Hall (Penn Ave.)
  • Moreland-Hoffstot House (5057 5th Ave., Shadyside)
  • Morning Glory Inn (2119 Sarah St.)
  • Morse School Site Housing Development for the Elderly (South Side)
  • Mortuary Chapel (West View)
  • Mosque (proposed) (Monroeville)
  • Motor Inn (Sewickley)
  • Motor Square Garden (E. Liberty
  • Mount Lebanon
  • Mount Lebanon Plaza
  • Mount Lebanon United Presbyterian Church
  • Mount Mercy College
  • Mount St. Peter Roman Catholic Church
  • Mount Washington
  • Mount Washington Roadway Bridge
  • Mount Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church
  • Mr. John Hotel
  • Mulert, Jeanne & Scotti House (Mt. Lebanon)
  • Mullen, Jack (Dunmoyle St., Squirrel Hill)
  • Municipal Building
  • Municipal Courts Facility
  • Munson Hotel
  • Murphy, Mr. & Mrs. John (Pleasant Hills)
  • Murray Hill Avenue (Squirrel Hill)
  • Murtland Building
  • Museums
  • Music Hall (Point)
  • Nation’s Bank for Savings
  • National Bank Building (Duquesne)
  • National Historic Landmarks
  • National Kittanning Bank (Kittanning)
  • National Steel Building (Stanwix & Fort Pitt Blvd.)
  • Nativity Lutheran Church
  • Natural Gas Supply Co.
  • Negley, H. Building
  • Neill Log House (Schenley Park)
  • Nemacolin Woodlands
  • Neville House
  • Neville House Apartments
  • Neville, Gen. John House (Woodville)
  • Nevin Row (N. Lincoln & Galveston, Allegheny West, Northside)
  • New Castle
  • New Castle High School
  • New Davis Theatre
  • New Kensington City Hall
  • New Pittsburg Theater
  • Newmyer School (Swissvale)
  • Newsboy’s Home
  • Nicola Building Co. (department store)
  • Nicola, F. F. Building (department store) (5th & Market)
  • Niepp, Fred Jr. Home (Elliott)
  • Ninth Street Bridge
  • Nixon Theater
  • North Hills
  • North Hills Middle School
  • North Hills Passavant Hospital
  • North Presbyterian Church
  • North Presbyterian Church (Lincoln Ave., Allegheny)
  • North Woodland Rd.
  • Northside
  • Northside House Tours
  • Norwin
  • O’Connor Square (Hazelwood)
  • O’Reilly Theater
  • O’Reilly, Anthony J. F. House (Fox Chapel)
  • Oak Alley Reformed Presbyterian Church
  • Oak Hill
  • Oakland
  • Oakmont Carnegie Library
  • Oakmont Church
  • Observatory Hill
  • Oesterling, Everett F. Jr. House (Point Breeze)
  • Office Buildings
  • Old Economy
  • Old Heidelberg Apartments
  • Old Post Office (Northside)
  • Old Post Office Museum (Northside)
  • Old Round Church
  • Old Stone Church (Monroeville)
  • Olive Grange (Mingo Rd., Marshall Twp.)
  • Oliver & Frick Buildings
  • Oliver Bath House
  • Oliver Building
  • Oliver Building
  • Oliver Iron & Steel Company
  • Oliver, Henry W. (Galveston & Ridge St., Northside)
  • Oliver, J. B. (701 Ridge Ave.)
  • Oliver-Smithfield Building
  • One Mellon Bank Center
  • One Monroeville Center
  • One Oliver Plaza
  • Oppenheimer, M.
  • Order of Eastern Star Home For the Elderly(Bellevue)
  • Osterling Flats (3603-3607 California Ave., Brighton Heights)
  • Osterling Studio & Office
  • Otto, Gary (Beech & Allegheny Ave.)
  • Our Lady of the Most Blessed Sacrament
  • Owens, J. Donald House (Ross Twp.)
  • Oxford Center
  • Oxford Development Building Proposed for Site of St. Peters Episcopal Church (Oakland)
  • Pabst Brewing Co. Building
  • Painter, Clarke House (Edgeworth)
  • Palimeri, Ralph (dome house) (Leech Farm)
  • Panther Hollow Bridge
  • Paragon Foods
  • Park Building
  • Park Mansions Apartments
  • Park Place Condominium (proposed, Squirrel Hill)
  • Park Place Public School
  • Park Plaza Apartments (Craig St., Oakland)
  • Parker House (Bayard St., Oakland)
  • Parkins, Loretta & Arthur (Murrysville)
  • Parkway Center East
  • Parkway West Area Technical School
  • Patterson, Richard & Susan (Economy, Beaver Co.)
  • Penitentiary
  • Penn Ave.
  • Penn Avenue (Bloomfield-Garfield)
  • Penn Center West One
  • Penn Central R. R. Station & Rotunda
  • Penn Garrison Apartments (Penn Ave., Downtown)
  • Penn Plaza
  • Penn Theatre
  • Penn Towers
  • Penn-Highland Building
  • Pennley Park Apartments
  • Penn-Liberty Historic District
  • Pennsalt Historic District
  • Pennsylvania College for Women
  • Pennsylvania National Bank
  • Pennsylvania Railroad Fort Wayne Station (Allegheny)
  • Pennsylvania Railroad Station & Rotunda
  • Pennsylvania Railroad Station (Allegheny)
  • Pennsylvanian
  • Penzer, Judy Home
  • People’s Bank (McKeesport)
  • Peoples First National Bank & Trust (branches)
  • Perry High School
  • Perry High School
  • Perry Theater
  • Perrysville Ave. (1909)
  • Peters, Chuck & Georgie
  • Philadelphia Company Building
  • Phipps Building Natatorium (swimming pool)
  • Phipps Conservatory
  • Phipps Training School (Allegheny)
  • Phipps, L. C. Hotel
  • Phipps, Lawrence Residence (“Grandview”)
  • Pick Roosevelt Hotel
  • Pitt Building (Smithfield St.)
  • Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad (Glassport)
  • Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad (Smithfield St. at Carson St.)
  • Pittsburgh Athletic Association
  • Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre (Strip District)
  • Pittsburgh Bank for Savings
  • Pittsburgh Children's Museum
  • Pittsburgh City Center (proposed)
  • Pittsburgh Corning Corp.
  • Pittsburgh Country Club
  • Pittsburgh Female College
  • Pittsburgh First Methodist Episcopal Church (Aiken & Howe St.)
  • Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation
  • Pittsburgh Home Savings and Loan Association (438 Wood St., Downtown)
  • Pittsburgh International Airport
  • Pittsburgh Iron Paint Co.
  • Pittsburgh Model Engine Company
  • Pittsburgh National Bank
  • Pittsburgh Office & Research Park
  • Pittsburgh Opera House
  • Pittsburgh Oratory/Ryan Catholic Newman Center
  • Pittsburgh Plate Glass (PPG) Place
  • Pittsburgh Playhouse
  • Pittsburgh Press Building
  • Pittsburgh Public Theater (proposed)
  • Pittsburgh Regional History Center
  • Pittsburgh Savings Bank (4th Ave. Downtown)
  • Pittsburgh Sports Garden
  • Pittsburgh State Office Building
  • Pittsburgh Stock Exchange
  • Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph
  • Pittsburgh Technology Center
  • Pittsburgh Terminal Warehouse
  • Pittsburgh Times Building
  • Pittsburgh Wool Co.
  • Pittsburgh's Cathedral Hall (McKees Rocks)
  • Platts, Jim (Wexford)
  • PNC Bank
  • PNC Park
  • Point Breeze
  • Point Building (Penn & Water)
  • Point Park College (downtown)
  • Point View Residences (proposed )
  • Police Stations
  • Post Office
  • Post Office & Court House (4th & Smithfield)
  • Post Office (Allegheny City)
  • Potts Mansion (Natrona Heights)
  • Prairie School Style
  • Presbyterian Church
  • Presbyterian Church (McKees Rocks)
  • Presbyterian Hospital (Allegheny)
  • Presbyterian Society (Beaver)
  • Presbyterian-University Hospital
  • Prescott, Miles Home (Fox Chapel)
  • Preservation
  • Pringle, Thomas House
  • Priory (St. Mary’s) Hotel
  • Program for Female Offenders Center (Oakland)
  • Prospect Middle School
  • Protestant Orphan Asylum
  • Protestant Orphan Asylum (proposed)
  • Public Buildings
  • Public Safety Complex
  • Railroad Stations
  • Ranwolf, L. Apartments
  • Rea, H. R. House (Sewickley)
  • Rea, M. Pollard (Sewickley)
  • Rea, William Residence (Woodland Rd., Beatty Hall)
  • Red Cross/R. T. Patterson Co. Building (Third Ave.)
  • Red Zone Robotics
  • Reed Building
  • Reed, Mrs. Sara A. Apartments
  • Reformed Presbyterian Church (Euclid Ave. near Raum St.)
  • Regal Shoe Company Building
  • Regent Theatre (Penn Ave.) (E. Liberty)
  • Reiswig, Rita & Gary Home (Hays St.)
  • Renaissance I & II
  • Restoration
  • Rhodes, Joshua Home (920 N. Lincoln Ave., Allegheny West)
  • Rhodes, Joshua Home (Victoria House Bed & Breakfast, Allegheny West)
  • RIDC Parks
  • Righter, Richard Residence
  • Rite Aid (Forbes & Murray Ave, Squirrel Hill, proposed)
  • Rite Aid (Mount Washington)
  • Rittelmann, Dick Home (Butler)
  • Ritz-Carlton Hotel (proposed) (Mt. Washington)
  • Ritz-Carlton Hotel (Steel Plaza development)
  • River Side School
  • Riverfront Center
  • Robert Morris College
  • Roberts, John M. & Sons Co. Store
  • Robinson Learning Center Extension
  • Robinson, W. C. House (Sewickley)
  • Rochez Brothers Inc. (Wilkinsburg)
  • Rodef Sholem Synagogue
  • Rodgers, Commodore John Apartments
  • Rodgers, William Berlean (Bellevue)
  • Rogers, James E. Elementary School
  • Rolling Rock Country Club
  • Rolling Rock Stables
  • Roman Catholic (Atlantic & Penn Ave.)
  • Romanesque
  • Roosevelt Arms
  • Ross, David House (Shadyside)
  • Ross, Joseph C., Jr. Home (Shadyside)
  • Rovida House (Elizabeth Twp.)
  • Rowe Department Store
  • Rowland Theatre
  • Rueter, Carol Home (Harmony)
  • Ruh, Edward & Beth House (Shadyside)
  • Rural St. Townhouses
  • Ryan Homes
  • Sacred Heart Church (Braddock)
  • Sacred Heart Church (Shady Ave. & Walnut St.)
  • Saint Adalbert Roman Catholic Church
  • Saint Adalbert’s School (15th St., South Side)
  • Saint Alban’s Episcopal Church (Murrysville)
  • Saint Ames Church (Castle Shannon)
  • Saint Andrew’s Chapel
  • Saint Anthony’s Chapel (Troy Hill)
  • Saint Anthony’s Church (Millvale)
  • Saint Anthony's Friary (226 Rostrevor Place, Ben Avon)
  • Saint Augustine’s Church
  • Saint Augustinus Monastery
  • Saint Bernard (Mt. Lebanon)
  • Saint Boniface Roman Catholic Church (East St.)
  • Saint Brendan’s Church (Holland Ave., Braddock)
  • Saint Clair Village (Stanton Heights)
  • Saint Edmund’s Academy
  • Saint Francis de Sales (Chartiers Ave., McKees Rocks)
  • Saint Francis Hospital
  • Saint Francis Xavier Church (California Ave., Northside)
  • Saint Henry’s Church
  • Saint Henry’s Roman Catholic (Arlington Ave.)
  • Saint Iranaeus (Oakmont)
  • Saint John the Baptist Catholic Church (Lawrenceville)
  • Saint John the Baptist Church (Baden)
  • Saint John the Baptist Ukrainian Church (Carson St.)
  • Saint John the Evangelist (South Side)
  • Saint John’s Catholic Church (Johnstown)
  • Saint John’s Lutheran Church (Forbes & Jummondville)
  • Saint Joseph Hall (Carnegie)
  • Saint Joseph Hospital (Whitehall)
  • Saint Joseph Roman Catholic Church
  • Saint Joseph’s (Northside)
  • Saint Kierner Roman Catholic Church
  • Saint Lawrence O’Toole Parish
  • Saint Leo Church (Brighton Heights)
  • Saint Margaret Memorial Hospital
  • Saint Mark’s Chapel (Homestead)
  • Saint Mary Magdalene Church (Homestead)
  • Saint Mary of Mercy Church (Stanwix St.)
  • Saint Mary of the Mount
  • Saint Mary of the Point Church
  • Saint Mary Orthodox Church
  • Saint Mary’s Catholic Church (Pressley St., Northside)
  • Saint Mary’s Church (McKeesport)
  • Saint Matthew P. E. Church (McKee Place)
  • Saint Matthew’s African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church (Sewickley)
  • Saint Michael Church (Pius St., South Side)
  • Saint Michael’s Roman Catholic Church (Elizabeth)
  • Saint Michael's Condominiums (proposed, Pius St., South Side)
  • Saint Nicholas Chapel (Beaver)
  • Saint Nicholas Church (Millvale)
  • Saint Nicholas Church (Northside)
  • Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox (Oakland)
  • Saint Patrick’s Church (17th & Penn)
  • Saint Paul’s Cathedral (Oakland)
  • Saint Paul’s Monastery (South Side)
  • Saint Paul’s Paul’s Roman Catholic Cathedral (Grant St. & 5th Ave.)
  • Saint Paul’s Roman Catholic High School
  • Saint Peter & St. Paul Roman Catholic Church
  • Saint Peter and Paul’s Roman Catholic Congregation
  • Saint Peter Catholic Church (South Side)
  • Saint Peter’s (Brownsville)
  • Saint Peter’s Episcopal Church (Brentwood)
  • Saint Peter’s Episcopal Church (Oakland)
  • Saint Peter’s Parish House
  • Saint Peter’s Roman Catholic Church (South Side)
  • Saint Philomena’s Roman Catholic Church
  • Saint Raphael Girls High School
  • Saint Sava (McKeesport)
  • Saint Scholastica’s Church (Aspinwall)
  • Saint Sebastian’s Roman Catholic (North Hills)
  • Saint Stanislaus Church (21st & Smallman, Strip District)
  • Saint Stephen’s Roman Catholic Church School
  • Saint Thomas Church (Braddock)
  • Saint Thomas Episcopal Church (Oakmont)
  • Saint Thomas More Church (Bethel Park)
  • Saint Thomas-in-the-Fields Episcopal (Gibsonia)
  • Saint Vincent ArchAbbey (Latrobe)
  • Saint Vladimir’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church
  • Saints Peter and Paul
  • Saints Peter and Paul Ukrainian Church (Ambridge)
  • Saks Fifth Avenue
  • Salah El Din Farms (Brighton Twp, Beaver Co.)
  • Salvati, Frank (195 Glenwood Dr., Monroeville)
  • Salvation Army Headquarters
  • Samuel Land Co. Building (North Craig & Baum)
  • Sanders, Charles Building (9th St.)
  • Santmyer & Kerr, Christopher House (Manchester)
  • Sauer Buildings Historic District (Aspinwall)
  • Sauer, Louis House (St. James St.)
  • Sauereisen Cements Company Office, Research & Production Building (RIDC)
  • Savage, Mrs. Sarah Hotel
  • Scaife, Alan M. House (Laughlintown)
  • Scanlon, Paul (West Sunbury)
  • Schenley Apartments
  • Schenley City (Oakland)
  • Schenley Farms
  • Schenley Farms House
  • Schenley Farms Terrace
  • Schenley High School
  • Schenley Hotel
  • Schenley Road Townhouses
  • Schenley Theater
  • Schimmelfelder, C. D. (apartments)
  • School Buildings
  • School House Apartments
  • School of Design for Women
  • Schott, John L. Hotel
  • Schuetz Park Hotel
  • Schwab Mansion (Jones Ave.-N. Braddock)
  • Schwab, Charles M. House (Loretto)
  • Scott, James Mansion (5635 Stanton Ave., Highland Park)
  • Scott, Learita Garfield House (Stanton Heights)
  • Scull House
  • Sears (E. Liberty)
  • Sears Catalog Homes
  • Second Avenue Street Railroad Company (power house)
  • Second National Bank
  • Second National Bank of Allegheny
  • SEI
  • Sellars-Carnahan House
  • Sellers Mansion (Howe St. & College Ave., Shadyside)
  • Seneca Junior High School (Penn Hills)
  • Seton Hill College
  • Seven Springs Condominiums
  • Seventh Presbyterian Church
  • Sewickley
  • Sewickley House Tour
  • Sewickley Municipal Building
  • Sewickley Post Office
  • Sewickley Presbyterian
  • Sewickley Valley Cultural Center
  • Shady Side Academy
  • Shady Side Academy (new) (Ellsworth & Morewood Ave.)
  • Shadyside
  • Shadyside Bed & Breakfast (5516 Maple Heights Rd.)
  • Shadyside Historic District (proposed)
  • Shadyside Hospital
  • Shadyside House Tours
  • Shadyside Place (S. Aiken Ave.)
  • Shadyside Presbyterian
  • Shaeffer, J. C. & Brother Building (manufacturing building)
  • Shafagh, Sigrid House (5018 Penn Ave.)
  • Shaffer, Harry & Josephine House
  • Shaler High School
  • Shaw House (Butler)
  • Sheraton Motor Hotel at Station Square
  • Sheridan Square Theatre (E. Liberty)
  • Shields Building
  • Shields, James W. House (Irwin Ave.)
  • Shoop House
  • Shouse, Peter House (Glenwillard/Shousetown)
  • Siedle, Otto C. House (Irwin Ave.)
  • Sikh Temple (Monroeville)
  • Silver Lake Commons (Homewood, proposed)
  • Simmons, Tom & Chris House (Beechview)
  • Simplicity Pattern Co. Inc. Factory (RIDC, Blaw Knox)
  • Singer, G. H. Jr. House (Sewickley)
  • Sipe, C. Glenn House
  • Sisters of Charity Complex (Seton Hill)
  • Sisters of St. Joseph Chapel (Baden)
  • Sixth Street Suspension Bridge
  • Sixth United Presbyterian Church (East End)
  • Skylights
  • Slack, John C. Home (Sewickley)
  • Slick, Rob & Leroy Indorato House (Northside)
  • Slippery Rock University
  • Slums-Office & Manufacturing Space Addition Chateau St. Redevelopment District
  • Smallman St., 2820
  • Smith, Vic House (Ligonier)
  • Smithfield United Church (Downtown)
  • Snyder, William P. House (Ridge Ave.)
  • Snyder, William P. House (Sewickley)
  • Sobel, Michael House (Shadyside)
  • Software Engineering Institute (SEI)
  • Soho School
  • Solar Energy
  • Solar Houses
  • Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall
  • South Hills Country Club
  • South Hills High School
  • South Hills Jewish Community Center
  • South Park Swimming Pool
  • South Side
  • South Side Baths
  • South Side Market House
  • South Side Turn Verein Hall
  • South Vocational Technical High School
  • Southside Hospital
  • Spahr, A. H. House (Sewickley)
  • Spear & Company Building
  • Spencer/Fairman Home (719 Amberson Ave.)
  • Speyer, Alex House (Point Breeze)
  • Squirrel Hill
  • Sri Venkateswara Temple (Penn Hills)
  • Stables
  • Standard Building
  • Standard Manufacturing Company Warehouse
  • Standard Oil Company
  • Standard Underground Cable Co. (Brinton)
  • Stanley Theatre
  • State Office Building
  • Station Square
  • Steelers Stadium
  • Steelworker’s Plaza
  • Steigerwald, John Home
  • Stengel, Godfrey House
  • Sterling Plaza
  • Stern, Carole & Louis (Connellsville)
  • Stern, Rick Home (Shadyside)
  • Stevens, Thaddeus School Board (Main St., 36th Ward)
  • Stevenson Building
  • Stevenson, George K. Co. Store
  • Stevenson, James B. (Center & Highland)
  • Stewart, Dr. Jacob House
  • Strand Building
  • Straw-bale construction
  • Strip Lofts
  • Strip, Down by the Riverside (proposed)
  • Subway Stations (Downtown)
  • Sullivan, Paul House
  • Sunnyledge
  • Sun-Telegraph
  • Swan Acres (Babcock Blvd at Three Degree Rd.)
  • Swank, Albert M. (Johnstown)
  • Sweeney, Thomas & Gayle (Fox Chapel)
  • Swimming Pools
  • Synagogues
  • Syria Mosque
  • Syria Mosque (new)
  • Syria Temple
  • Tambellini Building (947 Liberty Ave., Downtown)
  • Tamburitzan Center
  • Tannler, Albert (author)
  • Tassaro, Steven Home (Roslyn Farms)
  • Taylor Allderdice High School
  • Temple Beth El
  • Temple Sinai (Squirrel Hill)
  • Terra Dei Homestead
  • Thaw Building (100 Smithfield St.)
  • Thaw, Benjamin House (Morewood Ave.)
  • Thaw, Mrs. William House
  • Thaw, Mrs. William Jr. House (Sewickley Heights)
  • Thaw, William Jr. Mansion (Northside)
  • Thaw, William Sr. Residence “Lyndhurst” Estate (Beechwood Blvd.)
  • Thaw, William Sr. Residence (Stanwix St.)
  • Theater Square
  • Theaters
  • Theatre, The (Walnut St., Shadyside)
  • Third Presbyterian Church
  • Third United Presbyterian Church (Shady Ave. & Northumberland St.)
  • Thomas Leet Shields House (Edgeworth, demolished)
  • Thompson Distillery (warehouse)
  • Thompson, Arthur W. House (Ligonier)
  • Thornburg, Frank House (Thornburg)
  • Three Mellon Bank Center
  • Three Rivers Corporate Center (proposed)
  • Three Rivers Stadium
  • Three Rivers Stadium Project
  • Timber Court (Northside)
  • Timber Loft (Bradfordwoods)
  • Times Building
  • Titelman, James & Roberta (Hollidaysburg)
  • Tradesmen’s Bank
  • Tree of Life Synagogue (Squirrel Hill)
  • Trimont (Mt. Washington)
  • Trinity (Episcopal) Church
  • Trinity Cathedral Church
  • Tripoli, Tom & Chris House (Welsh Way, South Side)
  • Troutman Mansion, Butler
  • Tuberculosis Hospital
  • Tuberculosis League of Pgh. Headquarters
  • Tunnel Fan House
  • Twentieth Century Club
  • Two Mellon Bank Center
  • Tyburn Woods
  • Union Arcade Building
  • Union Bank Building
  • Union Baptist Church (801 N. Negley)
  • Union Hotel Company (Charleroi)
  • Union National Bank Building
  • Union Railroad Station
  • Union Switch & Signal (Pittsburgh Technology Center)
  • Union Trush Company Bank
  • Union Trust Building
  • Unitarian Church
  • United Presbyterian Church (9th St.)
  • United Presbyterian Church (Hamilton Ave.)
  • United States Coast Guard Quarters
  • United States Postal Service (1001 California Ave., Northside)
  • United States Steel (USX) Building
  • United Steel Workers Building
  • United Woolen Mills Building
  • University & City Ministries Bellefield Church
  • University Center (Bigelow Blvd, Tennyson Ave. & Lytton Ave.)
  • University Club
  • University of Pittsburgh
  • University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown. Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center
  • University of Pittsburgh. Biomedical Science Tower
  • University of Pittsburgh. Cathedral of Learning
  • University of Pittsburgh. Center for Biotechnology & Bioengineering
  • University of Pittsburgh. Chancellor’s Residence
  • University of Pittsburgh. Charles L. Cost Sports Center
  • University of Pittsburgh. Chemistry Building
  • University of Pittsburgh. Common Facilities Building
  • University of Pittsburgh. Crawford Hall
  • University of Pittsburgh. Dormitory (proposed)
  • University of Pittsburgh. Falk Clinic
  • University of Pittsburgh. Forbes Quadrangle
  • University of Pittsburgh. Frick Fine Arts Building
  • University of Pittsburgh. Gymnasium Building
  • University of Pittsburgh. Heinz Memorial Chapel
  • University of Pittsburgh. Hillman Library
  • University of Pittsburgh. Holland House (Music Dept.)
  • University of Pittsburgh. International Center
  • University of Pittsburgh. Log House
  • University of Pittsburgh. Medical Library (proposed)
  • University of Pittsburgh. Men’s Dormitories
  • University of Pittsburgh. Mervis Hall
  • University of Pittsburgh. Multi-Purpose Academic Center (proposed)
  • University of Pittsburgh. Petersen Events Center
  • University of Pittsburgh. Photographic Library
  • University of Pittsburgh. Posvar Hall
  • University of Pittsburgh. Salk Hall
  • University of Pittsburgh. Sarah Heinz House
  • University of Pittsburgh. School of Engineering
  • University of Pittsburgh. School of Medicine
  • University of Pittsburgh. School of Mines
  • University of Pittsburgh. Stadium
  • University of Pittsburgh. Stephen Foster Memorial
  • University of Pittsburgh. Stephen Foster Memorial. Heymann, Henry Theatre
  • University of Pittsburgh. Trees Hall Physical Education Building
  • University of Pittsburgh. William Pitt Union
  • University Technology Development Center
  • UPMC Center for Sports Medicine
  • UPMC Distribution Facility
  • UPMC Health System, proposed (Oakland)
  • Uptown
  • Uptown Plaza
  • Ursuline Center & Academy (Winebiddle St.)
  • USX Tower
  • Valentine Farms
  • Valley High School (New Kensington)
  • Valley Tower (Abers Creek Rd.)
  • Vanadium Building (Forbes & Meyran)
  • Vandergrift, J. J. Building
  • Vess, Ramona Home (Shadyside)
  • Vesuvius Crucible Co.
  • Veterans Administration Hospital
  • VFW Home Planned for East Liberty
  • Vicary (Ohio River Blvd., Freedom)
  • Victoria Hall (Winebiddle St.)
  • Victoria House Bed & Breakfast
  • Victory Building
  • Victory-Harmon House (355 S. Highland Ave.)
  • Villa at North Park Houses (2137 & 2143 South Villa Dr., Hampton)
  • Village of Shadyside
  • Vintage Center
  • Vista International Pittsburgh Hotel
  • Wabash Railroad
  • Wagner-Ritter House (Johnstown)
  • Waite, William House (South Side)
  • Walker, William Home (Sewickley Heights)
  • Wallace, H. D.
  • Walnut & Ivy Streets Building
  • War Housing
  • Ward Mackey Co.
  • Ward, James Jr. House
  • Warner Center
  • Warner Theater
  • Washington County Courthouse
  • Washington Heights (Grandview Ave.)
  • Washington Square (Mt. Lebanon)
  • Washington’s Landing
  • Waterfront Park
  • Watson Street Houses (near Courthouse)
  • Watson’s Tavern
  • Watson-Standard Co. Building (101 Wood St., Downtown)
  • Watt Elementary School
  • Webster Hall
  • Wehn, George & Co.
  • Weigand, Kay & Roger (Mt. Lebanon)
  • Weinberg Terrace (Squirrel Hill)
  • Weiss, Louis
  • Weiss, Stacy House (Squirrel Hill)
  • Weiss, Theodore (store)
  • Weller, J. E. House (Northside)
  • Werner, David & Mary Beth (916 Savannah Ave., Regent Square)
  • Wertheimer-Sipe House
  • Wertz, Rev.
  • West End
  • West End African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church
  • West End Methodist Episcopal Church
  • West Homestead Borough Building
  • West Penn Recreation Building (proposed) (Brereton Ave. & Thirtieth St.)
  • Western Pennsylvania Architectural Survey
  • Western Pennsylvania Conservancy (209 4th Ave.)
  • Western Pennsylvania Exposition Society
  • Western Pennsylvania Hospital
  • Western Pennsylvania Institute for Deaf & Dumb
  • Western Pennsylvania Institute for the Blind
  • Western Pennsylvania School for Blind Children
  • Western Psychiatric Institute & Clinic
  • Western Savings & Deposit Bank
  • Western University of Pennsylvania
  • Westin Convention Center Hotel (proposed)
  • Westinghouse Air Brake Factory (Strip District)
  • Westinghouse Building
  • Westinghouse Castle (Wilmerding)
  • Westinghouse Electric Corporation
  • Westinghouse High School
  • Westinghouse Telecomputer Center
  • Westminster Presbyterian Church (Burgettstown)
  • Westminster Presbyterian Church (Upper St. Clair)
  • Westmoreland Country Club (Export)
  • Westmoreland County
  • Westmoreland County Museum of Art (Greensburg)
  • Wettengel House (West End)
  • Weyman Road Valley Apartments
  • Whetstone & Parr Home (Walnut St., Shadyside)
  • White Motor Company Garage & Sales Room
  • Wilkinsburg
  • Wilkinsburg Hi Rise for the Elderly
  • Wilkinsburg Post Office
  • Wilkinsburg Presbyterian Church
  • Wilkinsburg Railroad Station
  • William Penn Hotel
  • William Penn Theatre (Federal & Isabella St., Northside)
  • William Pitt Union, University of Pittsburgh
  • William S. Moorhead Towers
  • William Street Apartments
  • Williams, G. Thomas House (Sewickley)
  • Williams, Robert House (Manchester)
  • Willow Cottage (Woodland Rd.)
  • Wilson, George Building
  • Winchester Condominiums (N. Neville St., Oakland)
  • Winchester-Thurston School
  • Winter Brothers Brewery
  • Winter, M. & Brothers Building
  • Woodland Road
  • Woods, John George (Chatsworth Ave., Hazelwood)
  • Woodside (Edgeworth)
  • Woodville
  • Worg, Frank H.
  • Worthington, John House (5500 block Forbes Ave.)
  • WPA Art Project
  • Wright-styled House (West Mifflin)
  • Wunderlich, J. F. Building
  • Wyckoff/Wycoff Farm (Elizabeth Township)
  • Yeshiva Achei T Mimim School (proposed drug & alcohol treatment center)
  • YMCA (Allegheny Branch, West North Ave. & Monterey St.)
  • YMCA (Boulevard of the Allies)
  • YMCA (E. Liberty)
  • YMCA (Liberty Hall)
  • YMCA (Sewickley)
  • YMCA (Wood St., Downtown)
  • YWCA
  • YWCA (Thompson Rd., McCandless)
  • Zahorchak, Michael & Kathleen (Evans City, Butler County)
  • Zambrano, Eugene (Haverford Rd., Fox Chapel)
  • Zettler-Segal House (Frick Park)
  • Zilliac, E. George Home
  • Zimmerman, D. B. (Somerset)
  • Zoo