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The Strip District: Notes

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  1. Department of City Planning, City of Pittsburgh, "Strip District," in 1990 Census of Population and Housing Reports, Report No. 3, Whole City R-Z, Population, Social, Economic & Housing Data by Neighborhood, 1940 to 1990 ([Pittsburgh]: City of Pittsburgh, [n.d.]), [unpaged].
  2. Based on: Ibid.
    and
    University Center for Social and Urban Research, University of Pittsburgh, The Social Geography of Allegheny County, vol. 2, Neighborhood Profiles (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh, [n.d.]), 578-581.
  3. P.W. Siebert, "Old Bayardstown," Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine 9 (October 1926): 95.
  4. Marlene Parrish, "On The Strip: An Insider's Guide to the People and Places Who Make up Pittsburgh's Most Eclectic Shopping Area," Pittsburgh April 1987: 80.
  5. "Again Discuss Bridge Plans," Pittsburgh Leader, [19] August 1919.
  6. "Parade, Feast Mark Opening of Sixteenth Street Bridge," Pittsburgh Sun, 10 October 1923.
  7. "New $1,250,000 Bridge at 16th Street Opened," Pittsburgh First, 13 October 1923, 5.
  8. "Massive Bronze Sea-Horses Here; To Be Placed at New Bridge Ends," Pittsburgh Sun, 25 October 1923.
  9. "Lawrenceville: Its History...," North Hills Greensheet, 14 March 1986, 2.
  10. S. Lee Kann, Show Places, Know Places, Go Places in Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh: The Lee-Art Publishing Company, 1932), 218.
  11. "Father Cox Dies, Poor Man's Priest: Militant Career Ended by Stroke," Pittsburgh Press, 20 March 1951.
  12. Ibid.

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