Pittsburgh Streets: Bibliography

Books

Allegheny City Society. Allegheny City, 1840–1907. Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, S. C., 2007. ISBN 978-0-7385-5500-3.
Cited for A St, B St, East St, Kirkbride St, Kunkle Ave, Old Honesty St, St. Ives St, St. Marks Pl.

Allen, Hervey. Wampum and Old Gold. Yale University Press, New Haven, Conn., 1921. Google Books hp0VAAAAYAAJ.
Cited for Shady Ave.

ASCE Pittsburgh Section 100th Anniversary Publication Committee. Engineering Pittsburgh: A history of roads, rails, canals, bridges & more. History Press, Charleston, S. C., 2018. ISBN 978-1-5402-3599-2.
Cited for 7th St, 6th Ave, Cola St, Spring Garden Ave, Try St.

Baldwin, Leland D. Pittsburgh: The story of a city. University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, 1937. HathiTrust 001263101.
Cited for Bayard St, Broadhead Fording Rd, Mary St, Ormsby St, Sarah St, Sidney St, Try St.

Bausman, Joseph H. History of Beaver County, Pennsylvania: And its centennial celebration, vol. 1. Knickerbocker Press, New York, 1904. Historic Pittsburgh 01hc06126m; Internet Archive historyofbeaverc01baus.
Cited for Broadhead Fording Rd.

Boehmig, Stuart P. Pittsburgh’s South Side. Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, S. C., 2006. ISBN 978-0-7385-3939-3.
Cited for S 7th St, Carson St, Josephine St, Mary St, Ormsby St, Sarah St, Sidney St.

Bridge, James Howard. The Inside History of the Carnegie Steel Company: A romance of millions. University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, 1991. ISBN 0-8229-1166-3, 0-8229-6095-8. Historic Pittsburgh pitt:31735057892535.
Cited for Carnegie Pl, Dunfermline St.

Bright, William. Native American Placenames of the United States. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, 2004. ISBN 978-0-8061-3598-4.
Cited for Allegheny River Blvd, E Ohio St, Juniata Pl, Monongahela St, Pocusset St, Shingiss St, Tuscarora St, Wysox St.

Burns, Daniel J., and Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh’s Rivers. Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, S. C., 2006. ISBN 978-0-7385-4514-1.
Cited for 7th St, 6th Ave.

By-Laws and Ordinances of the City of Pittsburgh, and the Acts of Assembly Relating Thereto: With notes and references to judicial decisions thereon, and an appendix, relating to several subjects connected with the laws and police of the city corporation. Johnston and Stockton, Pittsburgh, 1828. Google Books sfxOAAAAYAAJ, 3n9hAAAAcAAJ.
Cited for 11th St, Try St.

Carnegie, Andrew. Van Dyke, John C., ed. Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie. Houghton Mifflin, Boston, New York, 1920. Internet Archive autobiography00carnuoft, autobiographyan00dykegoog, autobiographyan01carngoog, autobiographyofa0000carn_b0m4, autobiographyofa00carn, autobiographyofa00carn_1, autobiographyofaac00carn, cu31924029807728.
Cited for Dunfermline St.

Chapman, T. J. Old Pittsburgh Days. J. R. Weldin & Co., Pittsburgh, 1900. HathiTrust 100551464; Historic Pittsburgh 00hc03930m.
Cited for Bayard St, Liberty Ave, Try St, Wood St.

City of Pittsburgh and Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission. Architectural Inventory for the City of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania: Planning Sector 1: Spring Garden; Spring Hill-City View: Report of findings and recommendations. 2016. https://apps.pittsburghpa.gov/redtail/images/5002_East_Allegheny_Survey_Report.pdf.
Cited for Spring Garden Ave.

Craig, Neville B. The History of Pittsburgh: With a brief notice of its facilities of communication, and other advantages for commercial and manufacturing purposes. John H. Mellor, Pittsburgh, 1851. Google Books cE0OAAAAIAAJ; HathiTrust 001263103.
Cited for 8th St, 1st Ave, 2nd Ave, 3rd Ave, Bayard St, Chancery Way, Cola St, Commonwealth Pl, Craig St, Delray St, Ft. Pitt Blvd, Market St, Neville St, Spring Garden Ave, Stanwix St.

Crumrine, Boyd, ed. History of Washington County, Pennsylvania: With biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men. L. H. Everts & Co., Philadelphia, 1882. Historic Pittsburgh 00hc17099m; Internet Archive historyofwashing00crum.
Cited for Broadhead Fording Rd.

Doherty, Donald. Pittsburgh’s Shadyside. Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, S. C., 2008. ISBN 978-0-7385-5701-4.
Cited for Aiken Ave, Castleman St.

Donnalley, Thomas K. Hand Book of Tribal Names of Pennsylvania: Together with signification of Indian words; also a history of Great Council of Pennsylvania, with articles pertaining to the Improved Order of Red Men. Philadelphia, 1908. Google Books QBgUAAAAYAAJ, Xc8OAQAAMAAJ; Internet Archive handbookoftribal00donniala.
Cited for Youghiogheny St.

Dysart, Laberta. Chatham College: The first ninety years. Chatham College, 1959. Internet Archive chathamcollegefi00dysa.
Cited for Aiken Ave.

Egle, William Henry. Pennsylvania Genealogies: Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German. Harrisburg Publishing Co., Harrisburg, 1896. Google Books d7_akH9VO_cC; HathiTrust 100328946, 100770592; Internet Archive cu31924028856900.
Cited for Bellefield Ave.

Ellis, Franklin, ed. History of Fayette County, Pennsylvania: With biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men. L. H. Everts & Co., Philadelphia, 1882. Historic Pittsburgh 00aft2784m; Internet Archive historyoffayette00elli.
Cited for Marchand St.

Fleming, George Thornton. History of Pittsburgh and Environs: From prehistoric days to the beginning of the American Revolution, vol. 1. American Historical Society, New York and Chicago, 1922. Google Books 7ctaAAAAYAAJ, ffQMAAAAYAAJ, S88wAQAAMAAJ, tzUafgt-eskC; HathiTrust 011262563; Historic Pittsburgh 01aee9405m.
Cited for 4th Ave, 5th Ave, Bigelow Blvd, Diamond St, Dinwiddie St, Forbes Ave, Jumonville St, Neville St.

Fleming, George T., ed. Pittsburgh: How to see it: A complete, reliable guide book with illustrations, the latest map and complete index. William G. Johnston Co., Pittsburgh, 1916. Google Books 02NAAAAAYAAJ; Internet Archive bub_gb_02NAAAAAYAAJ.
Cited for 6th St, 7th St, 9th St, Butler St, Commonwealth Pl, Diamond St, Fancourt St, Graeme St, Market Pl, Penn Ave, Stanwix St.

Goldstrom, Jean M., ed. Knoxville Borough; a History: The story of a Pittsburgh community. Whortleberry Press, Pittsburgh, 2009.
Cited for Amanda Ave, Arabella St, Bausman St, Charles St, Grimes Ave, Jucunda St, Rochelle St, Zara St.

Gove, Philip Babcock, ed. Webster’s Third New International Dictionary of the English Language, Unabridged. Merriam-Webster, Springfield, Mass., 1993. ISBN 0-87779-201-1.
Cited for Try St.

Hartman, Jim, and Homestead and Mifflin Township Historical Society. Homestead and Mifflin Township. Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, S. C., 2005. ISBN 0-7385-3935-X.
Cited for Mifflin Rd.

Hawkins, Jay W. Glasshouses & Glass Manufacturers of the Pittsburgh Region, 1795–1910. iUniverse, New York, 2009. ISBN 978-1-4401-1494-6.
Cited for Dithridge St.

History of Allegheny County Pennsylvania: Including its early settlement and progress to the present time; a description of its historic and interesting localities; its cities, towns and villages; religious, educational, social and military history; mining, manufacturing and commercial interests; improvements, resources, statistics, etc.: Also portraits of some of its prominent men, and biographies of many of its representative citizens. A. Warner & Co., Chicago, 1889. Internet Archive historyofalleghe1889cush.
Cited for 8th St, 1st Ave, 2nd Ave, 3rd Ave, Bayard St, Chancery Way, Commonwealth Pl, Forbes Ave, Ft. Pitt Blvd, Grant St, Market St, Shingiss St, Smallman St, Stanwix St, Vickroy St, Wood St.

History of Pittsburgh and Environs, vol. 2. American Historical Society, New York and Chicago, 1922. Google Books 3staAAAAYAAJ, TPUMAAAAYAAJ; HathiTrust 011262563; Internet Archive historypittsbur02socigoog.
Cited for 6th St, 7th St, 9th St, 10th St, Addison St, Bailey Ave, Bayard St, Brackenridge St, Chancery Way, Collier St, Commonwealth Pl, Dallas Ave, Delray St, Denny St, Forward Ave, Grant St, Hawkins St, Magee St, Market Pl, Market St, McClure Ave, Neville St, Roberts St, Saw Mill Run Blvd, Shaler St, Slagle St, Smallman St, Smithfield St, Sterrett St, Wilkins Ave.

History of Pittsburgh and Environs, vol. 3. American Historical Society, New York and Chicago, 1922. Google Books k_kMAAAAYAAJ, QMtaAAAAYAAJ; HathiTrust 011262563; Internet Archive historyofpittsbu03flem.
Cited for Bayard St, Dithridge St, Grimes Ave.

History of Pittsburgh and Environs, [vol. 4], biographical. American Historical Society, New York and Chicago, 1922. Google Books 1M8wAQAAMAAJ, 5so0AQAAMAAJ, v6QUAAAAYAAJ, VvkMAAAAYAAJ; HathiTrust 011262563; Internet Archive historyofpittsbu05flem.
Cited for Bayard St.

Homans, B., Jr., ed. The Banker’s Almanac and Register for 1875. I. S. Homans, New York, 1875. Google Books kG1QAQAAMAAJ.
Cited for Marchand St.

Johnston, William G. Life and Reminiscences from Birth to Manhood of Wm. G. Johnston. The Knickerbocker Press, New York, 1901. Google Books N-QEAAAAYAAJ; Historic Pittsburgh 00adj9508m.
Cited for 6th St, 9th St, 10th St, 12th St, 4th Ave, 5th Ave, Chancery Way, Commonwealth Pl, Forbes Ave, Garrison Pl, Market Pl, Point Breeze Pl, Try St.

Jordan, John W., ed. Colonial and Revolutionary Families of Pennsylvania: Genealogical and personal memoirs, vol. 2. Lewis Publishing Co., New York, 1911. Google Books pq8yAQAAMAAJ.
Cited for Bellefield Ave.

Jordan, John W., ed. Colonial and Revolutionary Families of Pennsylvania: Genealogical and personal memoirs, vol. 3. Lewis Publishing Co., New York, 1911. Google Books 9NQ4AQAAMAAJ.
Cited for Irwin Ave, Rope Way.

Jordan, John W. Encyclopedia of Pennsylvania Biography, vol. 1. Lewis Historical Publishing Company, New York, 1914. https://digital.libraries.psu.edu/digital/collection/digitalbks2/id/0.
Cited for Aiken Ave, Castleman St.

Jordan, John W. Encyclopedia of Pennsylvania Biography, vol. 2. Lewis Historical Publishing Company, New York, 1914. https://digital.libraries.psu.edu/digital/collection/digitalbks2/id/545.
Cited for Aiken Ave.

Jordan, John W. Encyclopedia of Pennsylvania Biography, vol. 3. Lewis Historical Publishing Company, New York, 1914. Google Books CuYsAAAAYAAJ; https://digital.libraries.psu.edu/digital/collection/digitalbks2/id/1079.
Cited for Uptegraff St.

Jordan, John W. Encyclopedia of Pennsylvania Biography, vol. 5. Lewis Historical Publishing Company, New York, 1915. https://digital.libraries.psu.edu/digital/collection/digitalbks2/id/2203.
Cited for Japonica Way.

Kay, John L., and Smith, Chester M., Jr. Pennsylvania Postal History. Quarterman Publications, Lawrence, Mass., 1976. ISBN 0-88000-059-7. LCCN 75-1784.
Cited for Greentree Rd.

Kenny, James. A Journal to ye Westward. Reprinted in John W. Jordan, ed., “James Kenny’s ‘Journal to ye Westward,’ 1758–59,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, vol. 37, no. 4, 1913, pp. 395–449 (https://www.jstor.org/stable/20086139).
Cited for Saw Mill Run Blvd.

Killikelly, Sarah H. The History of Pittsburgh: Its rise and progress. B. C. & Gordon Montgomery Co., Pittsburgh, 1906. DonsList.net HistPgh1909M; Google Books kXmloex-vr8C, poRU0YjqrzsC; HathiTrust 100122020; Historic Pittsburgh 00adc8925m; Internet Archive historyofpittsbu00kill, historypittsbur00killgoog.
Cited for 1st St, 6th St, 7th St, 9th St, 10th St, 11th St, 12th St, 13th St, 14th St, 15th St, 16th St, 17th St, 18th St, 19th St, 20th St, 21st St, 22nd St, 23rd St, 24th St, 25th St, 26th St, 27th St, 28th St, 29th St, 30th St, 31st St, 32nd St, 33rd St, 34th St, 35th St, 36th St, 37th St, 38th St, 39th St, 40th St, 41st St, 42nd St, 43rd St, 44th St, 45th St, 46th St, 47th St, 48th St, 49th St, 50th St, 51st St, Bayard St, Commonwealth Pl, Fancourt St, Fort St, Saw Mill Run Blvd, Stanwix St, Try St.

Lambing, A. A., and White, J. W. F. Allegheny County: Its Early History and Subsequent Development. Snowden & Peterson, Pittsburgh, 1888. Google Books 6bY-AAAAYAAJ; HathiTrust 008957728, 100693049; Historic Pittsburgh 00aee8946m; Internet Archive centennialhistor00lamb; LCCN 18008828.
Cited for Addison St, Bailey Ave, Barkers Pl, Chancery Way, Collier St, Dallas Ave, Delray St, Forward Ave, Hawkins St, Lowrie St, Magee St, Market Pl, Market St, McCandless Ave, McClure Ave, Mifflin Rd, Neville St, Roberts St, Shaler St, Slagle St, Spring Garden Ave, Sterrett St, Wilkins Ave.

Law, Sarah L. Pittsburgh’s Point Breeze. Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, S. C., 2014. ISBN 978-1-4671-2233-7.
Cited for Gasoline St, McPherson Blvd, Meade St, Point Breeze Pl, Simen Ave, Simonton St, Thomas Blvd.

Laws of the General Assembly of the State of Pennsylvania, Passed at the Session of 1860, in the Eighty-Fourth Year of Independence. A. Boyd Hamilton, Harrisburg, 1860. Internet Archive lawsofgeneralas_1860penn.
Cited for Spring Garden Ave.

Leonard, J. W. Pittsburgh and Allegheny Illustrated Review: Historical, biographical and commercial: A record of progress in commerce, manufactures, the professions, and in social and municipal life. J. M. Elstner & Co., Pittsburgh, 1889. Historic Pittsburgh 00hc03227m.
Cited for Bayard St.

Martin, Betsy. The Story of Crafton: 1740–1992. Crafton Historical Society, 1992. Historic Pittsburgh 31735055766921.
Cited for Broadhead Fording Rd, Craft Ave, Crafton Blvd, Xavier St.

Meyer, Basil. The William Warren Card Mansion: 7110–7116 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa., 15208: 1893 to 1977. Unity Center, Pittsburgh, 1977. Included with the Individual Property Historic Nomination Form for the Card Lane Carriage House, Historic Review Commission, Division of Development Administration and Review, Department of City Planning, City of Pittsburgh, https://apps.pittsburghpa.gov/dcp/Card_Carriage_House_Combined_Nomination.pdf.
Cited for Card Ln.

Miller, Annie Clark. Early Land Marks and Names of Old Pittsburgh: An address delivered before the Pittsburgh Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution at Carnegie Institute, Nov. 30, 1923. Pittsburgh Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution, 1924. Historic Pittsburgh 00awn8211m; Internet Archive earlylandmarksna00mill.
Cited for 6th St, 7th St, 8th St, 9th St, 10th St, 12th St, 29th St, 37th St, 4th Ave, 5th Ave, 7th Ave, Addison St, Aiken Ave, Allegheny River Blvd, Allequippa St, Anderson St, Antietam St, Atlanta St, Bailey Ave, Bayard St, Bedford Ave, Bellefield Ave, Bigelow Blvd, Bouquet St, Brackenridge St, Braddock Ave, Broadhead Fording Rd, Butler St, Centre Ave, Chartiers Ave, Chateau St, Chatham Sq, Cola St, Collier St, Commonwealth Pl, Craig St, Dallas Ave, Darragh St, Denny St, Dinwiddie St, Dithridge St, E Ohio St, Fair Oaks St, Forbes Ave, Forward Ave, Gen. Robinson St, Gettysburg St, Gist St, Graeme St, Grant St, Halket St, Hampton St, Hawkins St, Highland Ave, Irwin Ave, Jumonville St, Juniata Pl, Kirkpatrick St, Lacock St, Larimer Ave, Liberty Ave, Ligonier St, Lowrie St, Magee St, McCandless Ave, McClure Ave, Monongahela St, Monterey St, Murray Ave, Negley Ave, Neville St, Oliver Ave, Ormsby St, O’Hara St, Palo Alto St, Pocusset St, Point Breeze Pl, Resaca Pl, Roberts St, Rope Way, Shady Ave, Shaler St, Shingiss St, Slagle St, Smallman St, Smithfield St, St. Clair St, Stanwix St, Sterrett St, Steuben St, Stockton St, Tuscarora St, Van Braam St, Vickroy St, Ward St, Wilkins Ave, Winebiddle St, Wood St, Woolslayer Way.

Mulkearn, Lois, and Pugh, Edwin V. A Traveler’s Guide to Historic Western Pennsylvania. University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, 1954. Historic Pittsburgh 31735057894978.
Cited for Broadhead Fording Rd, Chancery Way, Delray St, Market Pl, Market St, Neville St, Try St.

Neilson, William Allan; Knott, Thomas A.; and Carhart, Paul W., eds. Webster’s New International Dictionary of the English Language: Second edition, unabridged. G. & C. Merriam Co., Springfield, Mass., 1947.
Cited for Try St.

Page, Oliver Ormsby. A Short Account of the Family of Ormsby of Pittsburgh. Joel Munsell’s Sons, Albany, N. Y., 1892. Internet Archive ashortaccountfa00pagegoog, shortaccountoffa00page; https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/A_Short_Account_of_the_Family_of_Ormsby_of_Pittsburgh.
Cited for S 7th St, S 8th St, Bedford Ave, Carson St, Jane St, Josephine St, Mary St, Ormsby St, Sarah St, Sidney St.

Patterson, Burd Shippen. “The Head of Iron”: A romance of colonial Pennsylvania. T. M. Walker, Pittsburgh, 1908. Google Books rw8ZAAAAYAAJ; Historic Pittsburgh 00awk9111m.
Cited for Graeme St, Market Pl.

Pittsburgh Neighborhood Alliance. An Atlas of the Oakland Neighborhood of Pittsburgh 1977. 1977. Historic Pittsburgh 31735070289149; https://ucsur.pitt.edu/files/center/1977/oakland%20PNA%201977.pdf.
Cited for Dithridge St.

Pittsburgh Neighborhood Alliance. An Atlas of the Shadyside Neighborhood of Pittsburgh 1977. 1977. Historic Pittsburgh 31735070288067; https://ucsur.pitt.edu/files/center/1977/shadyside%20PNA%201977.pdf.
Cited for Aiken Ave, Castleman St.

Regan, Bob. The Names of Pittsburgh: How the city, neighborhoods, streets, parks and more got their names. The Local History Company, Pittsburgh, 2009. ISBN 978-0-9770429-7-5.
Cited for 6th St, 9th St, 15th St, 37th St, 4th Ave, 5th Ave, S 7th St, Abstract Ave, Addison St, Aiken Ave, Allequippa St, Amanda Ave, Anderson St, Arabella St, Atlanta St, Bailey Ave, Bates St, Baum Blvd, Bausman St, Bayard St, Bedford Ave, Beechwood Blvd, Bellefield Ave, Bigelow Blvd, Blvd of the Allies, Boundary St, Bouquet St, Brackenridge St, Braddock Ave, Butler St, Carson St, Cato St, Charles St, Chartiers Ave, Chateau St, Chatham Sq, Cola St, Collier St, Crafton Blvd, Craig St, Cuba Way, Dallas Ave, Darragh St, Denniston St, Denny St, Dinwiddie St, Dithridge St, Dream St, Ellsworth Ave, Esplanade St, Fitzgerald St, Forbes Ave, Forward Ave, Gen. Robinson St, Grant St, Greentree Rd, Grimes Ave, Halket St, Hamlet St, Hampton St, Harmony Ave, Hazlett St, Hemingway St, Highland Ave, Joe Hammer Sq, Joncaire St, Jucunda St, Juliet St, Jumonville St, Kearsarge St, Kirkpatrick St, Lacock St, Larimer Ave, Liberty Ave, Lowrie St, Lytton Ave, Magee St, McCandless Ave, McClure Ave, Merrimac St, Monterey St, Murray Ave, Neville St, Oliver Ave, Ophelia St, Ormsby St, O’Hara St, Palo Alto St, Penn Ave, Point Breeze Pl, Resaca Pl, Roberts St, Rochelle St, Romeo St, Ruskin Ave, Saw Mill Run Blvd, Semple St, Shady Ave, Shaler St, Shiloh St, Slagle St, Smallman St, Smithfield St, Spring Garden Ave, Stanton Ave, Stanwix St, Sterrett St, Steuben St, Steve Seventy St, Stockton St, Tennyson Ave, Thackeray Ave, Vickroy St, Ward St, Wilkins Ave, Winebiddle St, Wood St, Woolslayer Way, Wysox St, Zara St.

Regan, Bob. Pittsburgh Steps: The story of the city’s public stairways. Globe Pequot, Guilford, Conn., 2015. ISBN 978-1-4930-1384-5.
Cited for Rialto St.

Report of the Transactions of the Pennsylvania State Agricultural Society: For the year 1856, vol. 4. A. Boyd Hamilton, Harrisburg, 1857. Google Books ewcTAAAAYAAJ; Internet Archive reporttransacti08socigoog.
Cited for Japonica Way.

Rooney, Dan, and Peterson, Carol. Allegheny City: A history of Pittsburgh’s North Side. University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, 2013. ISBN 978-0-8229-4422-5.
Cited for A St, B St, East St, Kirkbride St, Kunkle Ave, Spring Garden Ave, St. Ives St, St. Marks Pl, Woods Run Ave.

Smith, J. Jay, ed. The Horticulturist and Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste: Devoted to horticulture, landscape gardening, rural architecture, botany, pomology, entomology, rural economy, etc., vol. 8. C. M. Saxton, New York, 1858. Google Books ECwCAAAAYAAJ; Internet Archive horticulturista04tuckgoog.
Cited for Japonica Way.

Squirrel Hill Historical Society. Wilson, Helen, ed. Squirrel Hill: A neighborhood history. History Press, Charleston, S. C., 2017. ISBN 978-1-4671-3625-9.
Cited for Beechwood Blvd, Browns Hill Rd, Forbes Ave, Forward Ave, Monongahela St, Murray Ave, Murray Hill Ave, Saline St.

Standiford, Les. Meet You in Hell: Andrew Carnegie, Henry Clay Frick, and the bitter partnership that transformed America. Three Rivers Press, New York, 2005. ISBN 978-1-4000-4768-0.
Cited for Carnegie Pl, Dunfermline St.

Thurston, George H. Allegheny County’s Hundred Years. A. A. Anderson & Son, Pittsburgh, 1888. Google Books 7mq5vRa_l_IC, na2TNhB3BuAC; HathiTrust 008651472; Historic Pittsburgh 00adg8023m; Internet Archive alleghenycounty00thurgoog.
Cited for Bayard St, Try St.

The Twentieth Century Bench and Bar of Pennsylvania, vol. 2. H. C. Cooper, Jr., Bro. & Co., Chicago, 1903. Google Books JkRGAQAAMAAJ.
Cited for Bailey Ave, Collier St, Slagle St.

Van Trump, James D. Life and Architecture in Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation, Pittsburgh, 1985. ISBN 0-916670-10-4. https://phlf.org/education-department/libraries-archives/james-van-trump-database-project/life-and-architecture-in-pittsburgh/.
Cited for Bellefield Ave, Dithridge St.

Walkinshaw, Lewis Clark. Annals of Southwestern Pennsylvania, vol. 3. Lewis Historical Publishing Co., New York, 1939. Historic Pittsburgh 03aee7995m.
Cited for Marchand St.

Washington, George. The Journal of Major George Washington: Sent by the Hon. Robert Dinwiddie, Esq; His Majesty’s Lieutenant-Governor, and Commander in Chief of Virginia, to the commandant of the French forces on Ohio; to which are added, the governor’s letter, and a translation of the French officer’s answer. William Hunter, Williamsburg, 1754. https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/etas/33/.
Cited for Allequippa St, Bigelow Blvd, Dinwiddie St, Gist St, Joncaire St, Shingiss St, Van Braam St.

Weaver, Emily M. The Fort Pitt Block House. History Press, Charleston, S. C., 2013. ISBN 978-1-60949-933-4.
Cited for 1st St, Bayard St, Bouquet St, Craig St, East St, Fort St.

Wilson, Erasmus, ed. Standard History of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. H. R. Cornell & Co., Chicago, 1898. Google Books 1dcwAQAAMAAJ.
Cited for Addison St, Bailey Ave, Bigelow Blvd, Cecil Pl, Chancery Way, Collier St, Dallas Ave, Hawkins St, Kirkpatrick St, Magee St, Market St, McClure Ave, Roberts St, Shaler St, Slagle St, Sterrett St, Try St, Wilkins Ave.

Wilson, Todd, and Wilson, Helen. Pittsburgh’s Bridges. Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, S. C., 2015. ISBN 978-1-4671-3424-8.
Cited for 7th St, 6th Ave.

Newspaper articles

“137 streets to get new names: City officials and postal chiefs unite to wipe out duplications: Program tentative.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Jan. 22, 1925, pp. 1, 5. Newspapers.com 86164194, 86164222.
Cited for Cola St, Moosehart St.

“$24 million area projects OKd by Shapp.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Dec. 31, 1974, p. 1. Newspapers.com 88683664.
Cited for Industrial Highway.

“$500,000 in bonds wanted: Important scheme afoot—proposition to build a free bridge across the Allegheny—Sixth avenue to rival Fifth—will the city act as generously as in the case of the Penn avenue improvement—great advantages to property, &c.” Pittsburgh Gazette, Jan. 9, 1871, p. 1. Newspapers.com 85589437.
Cited for 7th St, 6th Ave.

“6th Avenue extension opened.” Pittsburgh Press, Sept. 17, 1981, p. A-5. Newspapers.com 146768012.
Cited for 6th Ave.

Ackerman, Jan. “Hollow promised quick access: South Side neighborhood has had no direct route to nearby Carson Street since 1950.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Mar. 23, 1998, p. A-11. Newspapers.com 94368579.
Cited for Steve Seventy St.

Ackerman, Jan. “Town names carry a bit of history.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 10, 1984, PG South, pp. 1, 6. Newspapers.com 90021754, 90021778.
Cited for Greentree Rd, Mifflin Rd.

“Allies Boulevard dedication and banquet features: Soldier is decorated; Northside monument unveiled: Gaiety, pathos mark fetes.” Pittsburgh Sunday Post, Nov. 12, 1922, sec. 1, pp. 1, 9. Newspapers.com 86499532, 86499540.
Cited for Blvd of the Allies.

“Another job on Forbes street: Proposed extension from Boyd street to Fifth avenue—the ‘improvement’ needless and extravagant.” Daily Post, May 6, 1876, [p. 4]. Newspapers.com 86511187.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Armistice Day observed by street parade of ex-soldiers: Boulevard of Allies formally dedicated in memory of end of war: Honor medals given.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Nov. 12, 1922, pp. 1, 8. Newspapers.com 85910886, 85910893.
Cited for Blvd of the Allies.

“Ask council to consider changing of street names.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Oct. 12, 1926, p. 3. Newspapers.com 86467328.
Cited for Cuba Way.

“Avenue as a memorial to H. W. Oliver: Prominent men favor changing name of Virgin alley to Oliver avenue—suggestion made by The Press: He made thoroughfare possible.” Pittsburg Press, Feb. 25, 1904, pp. 1, 13. Newspapers.com 141827056, 141827281.
Cited for Oliver Ave.

Ayers, Ruth. “What’s in a name?: Crafts, Gibsons and Irwins all gave their names to towns: Borough of Crafton was once estate of Pittsburgh lawyer: Pioneers played big part in development of communities.” Pittsburgh Press, Oct. 3, 1936, p. 9. Newspapers.com 147045286.
Cited for Broadhead Fording Rd, Craft Ave, Crafton Blvd.

Ballinahinch. “Hancock street.” Daily Morning Post, Apr. 10, 1852, p. 3. Newspapers.com 86643483.
Cited for 8th St.

“Bandit who robbed gas station still at large.” Pittsburgh Press, Feb. 6, 1923, p. 17. Newspapers.com 149531834.
Cited for Chancery Way.

“Barker sentenced.” Daily Morning Post, Nov. 20, 1849, p. 2. Newspapers.com 86641994.
Cited for Barkers Pl.

“Battle shapes up on plan to change Diamond St. name: Merchants oppose Scots’ proposal to rename street for Gen. Forbes.” Pittsburgh Press, May 8, 1957, p. 6. Newspapers.com 148049213.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

Bennett, Joe. “Second-class streets.” Pittsburgh Press, Dec. 4, 1977, Roto, pp. 36–41. Newspapers.com 147074260, 147074279, 147074293, 147074305, 147074319, 147074338.
Cited for Chancery Way, Garrison Pl, Gasoline St.

“Berlin Way families are tired of name: Soldiers in army and of industry live there: Urge change to Moran way, honoring oldest resident, a gentle grandmother.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, July 7, 1942, p. 10. Newspapers.com 90013180.
Cited for Berlin Way, Joan Way.

Berube, Rosanne Fichter. “Rialto is ‘Pig’s Hill.’” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Apr. 30, 2014. https://www.post-gazette.com/opinion/letters/2014/04/30/Rialto-is-Pig-s-Hill/stories/201404300053.
Cited for Rialto St.

“Bigelow boulevard ordinance signed: Council to hold memorial service for dead officials Friday.” Pittsburgh Post, Dec. 20, 1916, p. 1. Newspapers.com 86667434.
Cited for Bigelow Blvd.

Bigham, T. J. “In the matter of opening Hancock street, City of Pittsburgh.” Daily Morning Post, Apr. 6, 1852, p. 2. Newspapers.com 86643432.
Cited for 8th St.

“Big improvement is now assured: Common council decrees the street vacations needed by warehouse scheme: Mrs. Schenley to give bond: Assurances of this fact overcame objections and a demand for delay: Select likely to act soon.” Pittsburg Post, Oct. 29, 1901, p. 7. Newspapers.com 86383884.
Cited for 1st St, 2nd St, Fort St, Greentree Ay.

“Birmingham Council.” Daily Post, Mar. 3, 1869, [p. 1]. Newspapers.com 86522458.
Cited for S 6th St, S 7th St, S 8th St.

“Blakely & Mitchel.” Pittsburgh Morning Post, Jan. 31, 1846, [p. 2]. Newspapers.com 88170026. Repeated until Mar. 4.
Cited for Spring Garden Ave.

“Blockhouse now in court: Daughters of American Revolution filed petition regarding monument: Were ordinances legal?: Defendants are Mary E. Schenley, F. F. Nicola, J. W. Herron and City of Pittsburg: Full text of the paper.” Pittsburg Post, Feb. 16, 1902, p. 3. Newspapers.com 86411272.
Cited for Fort St.

Bloom, Albert W. “Pittsburgh today made up of many villages: City a composite of 25 to 30 municipalities whose separate identities meant much years ago.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Jan. 14, 1953, Daily Magazine, [p. 1]. Newspapers.com 89450362.
Cited for Point Breeze Pl.

“Boroughs to join city on Monday: Midnight tomorrow to mark end of administrations.” Pittsburgh Post, Jan. 1, 1927, p. 1. Newspapers.com 86806235.
Cited for Wysox St.

“Boulevard gets back old name: Beechwood to be restored in place of William Pitt for thoroughfare: Reports on home for girls: No action is taken regarding the Good Shepherd institution.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Apr. 24, 1913, p. 9. Newspapers.com 85621683.
Cited for Beechwood Blvd.

“Boulevard name measure vetoed: Mayor contends William Pitt is most appropriate for thoroughfare: Other bills in balance.” Pittsburgh Sunday Post, June 1, 1913, p. 2. Newspapers.com 87978109.
Cited for Beechwood Blvd.

“‘Boulevard of Allies’ council’s name for highway to Oakland.” Pittsburgh Post, Mar. 4, 1919, p. 8. Newspapers.com 87642408.
Cited for Blvd of the Allies.

“A ‘Boulevard of the Allies’ is council proposal.” Pittsburg Press, Mar. 4, 1919, p. 12. Newspapers.com 144817775.
Cited for Blvd of the Allies.

Brackenridge, H. H. “On the situation of the town of Pittsburgh, and the state of society at that place.” Pittsburgh Gazette, July 26, 1786. Reprinted in H. H. Brackenridge, Gazette Publications, Alexander & Phillips, Carlisle, Penna., 1806, pp. 7–19 (Internet Archive gazettepublicati00bracrich); and in Neville B. Craig, The History of Pittsburgh: With a brief notice of its facilities of communication, and other advantages for commercial and manufacturing purposes, John H. Mellor, Pittsburgh, 1851, pp. 189–203 (Google Books cE0OAAAAIAAJ; HathiTrust 001263103).
Cited for Saw Mill Run Blvd.

“Brevities: Pargraphic [sic] pencillings of passing events.” Pittsburgh Gazette, May 1, 1876, p. 4. Newspapers.com 86349799.
Cited for 2nd St, Fort St.

“Bridge change turned down.” Pittsburgh Press, July 2, 1978, p. A-5. Newspapers.com 146928087.
Cited for Industrial Highway.

Browne, Joe. “The birthplace of bingo? It’s right here in Pittsburgh!” Our Towne. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Sept. 5, 1980, p. 25. Newspapers.com 88789706.
Cited for Ward St.

“Brown signed Point vacation: Fort St. turned over to warehouse syndicate—women will fight on: Will make their plans soon: Ground around the old block house is too sacred to be easily given up: May appeal to councils.” Pittsburg Post, Dec. 21, 1901, p. 2. Newspapers.com 86391260.
Cited for Fort St.

“Brown signed vacation bills: Approved today to Fort street and Point alley ordinances.” Pittsburg Press, Dec. 20, 1901, p. 1. Newspapers.com 141827904.
Cited for Fort St.

“Brushton brevities: Bits of news picked up in the limits of the new corporation.” Pittsburg Press, Sept. 9, 1891, [p. 3]. Newspapers.com 141474457.
Cited for Hamilton Ave.

Bryant, Jean, and Vondas, Jerry. “There’s a story in every neighborhood.” Pittsburgh Press, Mar. 17, 1983, Weekender, pp. D-1, D-4. Newspapers.com 146457070, 146457192.
Cited for Crafton Blvd, Woods Run Ave.

Bukner, John. “Objects to street name.” Pittsburgh Post, Aug. 7, 1917, p. 6. Newspapers.com 86672332.
Cited for Marne Way.

“Canada’s ‘housey-housey’ introduced here as ‘bingo’: Streamlined style given game by Hazelwood man.” Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, Dec. 12, 1939, p. 11. Newspapers.com 523579047.
Cited for Ward St.

Canning, John. “Hidden history.” Northside Chronicle (Pittsburgh), Oct. 2015, p. 14. https://issuu.com/nschron/docs/oct._2015.
Cited for Spring Garden Ave.

Canning, John. “Summer Hill: A brief history of Pittsburgh’s northernmost neighborhood.” Northside Chronicle (Pittsburgh), Mar. 2019, pp. 6, 27. https://issuu.com/nschron/docs/march-2019-final; https://www.thenorthsidechronicle.com/summer-hill-a-brief-history-of-pittsburghs-northernmost-neighborhood/.
Cited for Hazlett St.

Carlin, Margaret. “The happy philosophy of hard work.” Pittsburgh Press, Mar. 10, 1968, Pittsburgh’s Family Magazine, p. 6. Newspapers.com 148910708.
Cited for Old Honesty St.

Carlin, Margaret. “How our streets got their names.” Pittsburgh Press, Feb. 6, 1966, Pittsburgh’s Family Magazine, p. 10. Newspapers.com 149098376.
Cited for Banksville Rd, Bates St, Bedford Ave, Bellefield Ave, Craig St, Dallas Ave, Diamond St, Dinwiddie St, Esplanade St, Forbes Ave, Forward Ave, Gen. Robinson St, Gist St, Halket St, Hampton St, Highland Ave, Jumonville St, Lacock St, Liberty Ave, Magee St, McPherson Blvd, Meade St, Monterey St, Murray Ave, Negley Ave, Neville St, Palo Alto St, Penn Ave, Resaca Pl, Saw Mill Run Blvd, Shaler St, Sheridan Ave, Sherman Ave, Shingiss St, Smithfield St, Steuben St, Stockton St, Thomas Blvd, Vickroy St, Wilkins Ave, Winebiddle St, Wood St.

“Carrick, Knoxville, Westwood in city: Borough policemen to be examined for retention.” Pittsburgh Post, Jan. 3, 1927, p. 1. Newspapers.com 86806351.
Cited for Wysox St.

“Chartiers Expressway bids opened: Pittsburgh firm low bidder on part of project.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, June 7, 1969, p. 6. Newspapers.com 88517055.
Cited for Industrial Highway.

“Chartiers road bids due Friday.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Aug. 25, 1969, p. 10. Newspapers.com 88532849.
Cited for Industrial Highway.

“Chartiers Valley road job OKd.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Feb. 26, 1971, p. 17. Newspapers.com 90046766.
Cited for Industrial Highway.

“Citizens will be strangers: Hard to locate homes after city streets are renamed.” Pittsburgh Post, July 28, 1909, pp. 1–2. Newspapers.com 86422549, 86422563.
Cited for Beechwood Blvd.

“City councils: Yesterday’s meeting—Second avenue grade—street improvements—disposition of petitions, resolutions, ordinances, etc.” Daily Post (Pittsburgh), Oct. 20, 1874, [p. 4]. Newspapers.com 87628522.
Cited for 6th Ave.

“City intelligence: Hancock street.” Daily Morning Post, Sept. 12, 1851, p. 3. Newspapers.com 86642522.
Cited for 8th St.

“City neighborhoods: Highland Park: Zoo to get new address.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Apr. 14, 1998, p. B-4. Newspapers.com 90668516.
Cited for One Wild Pl.

“City pays respect to soldier heroes in Armistice fete.” Pittsburgh Press, Nov. 11, 1922, pp. 1, 2. Newspapers.com 149525969, 149525975.
Cited for Blvd of the Allies.

“City’s street program will cost $13 million: For smoother riding.” Pittsburgh Press, Apr. 19, 1962, p. 9. Newspapers.com 149003759.
Cited for Industrial Highway.

“City to honor war dead in boulevard dedication and Armistice Day parade: King Albert’s medal to be awarded three by Belgian consul: Marchers bar jazz.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Nov. 11, 1922, pp. 1, 5. Newspapers.com 86272552, 86272570.
Cited for Blvd of the Allies.

“City to spruce up for bicentennial.” Pittsburgh Press, May 13, 1958, p. 22. Newspapers.com 149519742.
Cited for Commonwealth Pl.

“City to vacate streets, alleys.” Pittsburgh Press, Oct. 21, 1952, p. 2. Newspapers.com 143027952.
Cited for West St.

“City will give Bigelow’s name to boulevard: Grant boulevard to assume name of builder in near future: Officials favor change.” Pittsburgh Post, Dec. 12, 1916, p. 2. Newspapers.com 87525330.
Cited for Bigelow Blvd.

“Close vote on three vacating ordinances: Surveys committee of Councils, by vote of 12 to 10, favors grants in the point district—victory for the Schenley estate.” Pittsburg Press, Oct. 26, 1901, p. 2. Newspapers.com 141915976.
Cited for 1st St, 2nd St, Fort St, Greentree Ay.

“Colonial home to face boulevard: F. G. Stieren erecting dwelling on desirable site bought from W. L. Walker.” Pittsburgh Press, Nov. 20, 1914, North Side section, p. 6. Newspapers.com 142937368.
Cited for Beechwood Blvd.

“Committee to hold meeting: Ordinance to change name of Virgin alley to be taken up.” Pittsburg Press, Feb. 28, 1904, p. 22. Newspapers.com 141828362.
Cited for Oliver Ave.

“Community to observe ‘Know Knoxville Week.’” Pittsburgh Press, Apr. 15, 1934, p. 12. Newspapers.com 142935429.
Cited for Arabella St, Grimes Ave, Jucunda St, Rochelle St, Zara St.

“Councilmanic conclave: Doc Magee’s gas report laid over—other business.” Pittsburgh Daily Post, Mar. 24, 1885, [p. 4]. Newspapers.com 86360811.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Council OKs ‘Forbes Ave.’” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, July 30, 1957, p. 17. Newspapers.com 90545097.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Council passes 12 ordinances: Works projects, machinery voted.” Pittsburgh Press, Apr. 11, 1950, p. 6. Newspapers.com 142153843.
Cited for Slagle St.

“Council passes boulevard bill ignoring veto: East End thoroughfare to be known as ‘Beechwood,’ despite mayor’s action: ‘William Pitt’ suggested.” Pittsburgh Post, June 4, 1913, p. 2. Newspapers.com 87978505.
Cited for Beechwood Blvd.

“Council proceedings: Resolutions, petitions and ordinances.” Pittsburgh Commercial, Oct. 20, 1874, [p. 4]. Newspapers.com 85640031.
Cited for 6th Ave.

“Council runs boulevards into park: Changes names.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Sept. 16, 1952, p. 8. Newspapers.com 90005799.
Cited for Ft. Duquesne Blvd, Ft. Pitt Blvd.

“Councils to fix names of streets: Will pass finally on new selections ordered reported favorably by surveys committee—Historical Society aids City Clerk Clark: Some changes which are recommended.” Pittsburg Press, Jan. 27, 1910, p. 5. Newspapers.com 141338336.
Cited for 9th St.

“Council to name street in memory of veteran: Appeal of Mt. Washington GI’s widow brings action by city fathers.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Aug. 16, 1946, p. 3. Newspapers.com 89685929.
Cited for Lauria Way.

“Country residence: And valuable city property at auction, by P. McKenna.” Pittsburgh Morning Post, Sept. 23, 1845, [p. 2]. Newspapers.com 88168225.
Cited for Spring Garden Ave.

“Court Place on Downtown map.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Oct. 8, 1985, p. 14. Newspapers.com 88181640.
Cited for Court Pl.

“Danger corner needs signals, resident says: North Side intersection favorite spot for reckless driving.” Mr. Fix-it. Pittsburgh Press, June 15, 1935, p. 20. Newspapers.com 147202728.
Cited for Moosehart St.

Danver, Charles F. Pittsburghesque. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Aug. 14, 1933, p. 6. Newspapers.com 88901942.
Cited for Cuba Way.

Danver, Charles F. Pittsburghesque. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Aug. 12, 1937, p. 8. Newspapers.com 90316941.
Cited for Crooked Way, Old Honesty St.

Danver, Charles F. Pittsburghesque. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Jan. 16, 1942, p. 8. Newspapers.com 90317419.
Cited for Joan Way.

Danver, Charles F. Pittsburghesque. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Nov. 28, 1953, Daily Magazine, [p. 1]. Newspapers.com 89773068.
Cited for Aidyl Ave.

Danver, Charles F. Pittsburghesque. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, July 15, 1957, Daily Magazine, [p. 1]. Newspapers.com 90544172.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

Davis, Joseph. “For sale: Two brick houses, & lots.” Pittsburgh Gazette, July 21, 1807, p. 3. Newspapers.com 96059924.
Cited for Graeme St.

Deasy, Deborah. “A city street by any name spells history: The corners of time.” Pittsburgh Press, Jan. 22, 1982, [p. A-16]. Newspapers.com 146681316.
Cited for Cola St, Progress St.

“The death roll: John C. Lippincott.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Jan. 4, 1916, p. 2. Newspapers.com 85762334.
Cited for Dinwiddie St.

“Death takes Rachel Aiken at age 92.” Pittsburgh Press, Aug. 12, 1955, p. 24. Newspapers.com 148962213.
Cited for Castleman St.

DeLaney, James K. “Spectres of past haunt Pittsburgh’s corner signposts: Street names ‘pennants of tribute.’” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Mar. 30, 1967, [p. 41]. Newspapers.com 88235360.
Cited for Allequippa St, Bayard St, Bedford Ave, Bouquet St, Brackenridge St, Braddock Ave, Butler St, Chancery Way, Chatham Sq, Craig St, Denny St, Dinwiddie St, Forbes Ave, Gen. Robinson St, Grant St, Jumonville St, Kirkpatrick St, Liberty Ave, Negley Ave, Neville St, Penn Ave, Semple St, Shingiss St, Smithfield St, Stanwix St.

“Delay faces Ferry Street change.” Pittsburgh Press, Dec. 12, 1954, sec. 3, p. 24. Newspapers.com 149103277.
Cited for Stanwix St.

“The diamond in the rough is a street: Jeweler opposes change of name; mayor is for it.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 21, 1957, pp. 1, 6. Newspapers.com 87919613, 87919643.
Cited for Diamond St, Forbes Ave.

“Diamond is good as gold: Name-changing controversy taken to merchants: Forbes St. extension idea snorted at by business people.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 9, 1957, p. 5. Newspapers.com 87918317.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Diamond St. battle still rages with cries of ‘free publicity’: Bicentennial Scots Committee jousts with merchants who insist adequate reason for name change yet unpresented.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, June 4, 1957, sec. 2, p. 1. Newspapers.com 89456142.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Diamond St. name to become Forbes: Historic street to take general’s title next January, City Council decides.” Pittsburgh Press, July 9, 1957, pp. 1, 5. Newspapers.com 148031465, 148031687.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Diamond Street’s name faces change to Forbes: Downtown thoroughfare believed part of route taken by British Army in 1758.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 6, 1957, p. 6. Newspapers.com 87917945.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Diamond Street switch assured: Final action on Forbes Avenue title expected at July 29 meeting.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, July 10, 1957, p. 1. Newspapers.com 90543473.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Died—on Wednesday night, the 13th inst. Col. Stephen Bayard, in the 67th year of his age.” Pittsburgh Gazette, Dec. 23, 1815, p. 3. Newspapers.com 96049331. Reprinted in Richard T. Wiley, “Colonel Stephen Bayard, his wife, and their town,” Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, vol. 18, no. 1, Mar. 1935, pp. 7–25 (https://journals.psu.edu/wph/article/view/1715).
Cited for Bayard St.

Donalson, Al. “Signing in: Names of city streets reflect colorful history.” Pittsburgh Press, Mar. 19, 1985, p. A7. Newspapers.com 146595524.
Cited for 5th Ave, Asteroid Way, Billiard Way, Court Pl, Crooked Way, Cuba Way.

Du Quesne. “From Harrisburgh: Correspondence of the Daily Pittsburgh Gazette.” Daily Pittsburgh Gazette, Feb. 3, 1851, [p. 1]. Newspapers.com 85650667.
Cited for Maddock Pl.

“Earle invited to Greentree.” Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, June 30, 1935, sec. 1, p. 15. Newspapers.com 523812185.
Cited for Greentree Rd.

“Eight valuable building lots: At auction.” Pittsburgh Morning Post, Sept. 11, 1845, [p. 2]. Newspapers.com 88168147.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Expense of opening streets in Pittsburgh.” Daily Morning Post, Feb. 7, 1854, p. 2. Newspapers.com 86658936.
Cited for 8th St.

“Expressway bids to be opened: To link Carson St., Thornburg Bridge.” Pittsburgh Press, May 25, 1969, sec. 1, p. 17. Newspapers.com 148012878.
Cited for Industrial Highway.

“Expressway extension in West End doubted: Priority low—Paternoster.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Mar. 13, 1975, p. 3. Newspapers.com 89542137.
Cited for Industrial Highway.

“Extending Forbes street.” Pittsburgh Daily Post, Nov. 24, 1884, [p. 4]. Newspapers.com 87569175.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“The extension of Forbes street.” Pittsburgh Commercial, Aug. 8, 1873, [p. 4]. Newspapers.com 85643841.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Extract of a letter to the editors: Harrisburgh, March 24, 1836.” Daily Pittsburgh Gazette, Mar. 28, 1836, [p. 2]. Newspapers.com 96048133.
Cited for Ft. Duquesne Blvd.

“Fall of a bridge: A portion of the new Ewalt street bridge blown down yesterday—seven persons injured—narrow escapes.” Pittsburgh Commercial, July 28, 1870, [p. 4]. Newspapers.com 85477020.
Cited for 43rd St.

“Ferry becomes Stanwix.” Pittsburgh Press, June 29, 1955, p. 4. Newspapers.com 148903873.
Cited for Stanwix St.

“Ferry becomes Stanwix on July 1.” Pittsburgh Press, Jan. 11, 1955, p. 25. Newspapers.com 149065756.
Cited for Stanwix St.

“Ferry Street has only nine more days of ‘life’: Will become an extension of Stanwix.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, June 22, 1955, Daily Magazine, p. 1. Newspapers.com 91028013.
Cited for Stanwix St.

“Ferry Street’s still Ferry Street!: Council vetoes name change.” Pittsburgh Press, Dec. 1, 1954, p. 18. Newspapers.com 148998557.
Cited for Stanwix St.

“Ferry Street to become Stanwix Street: Name changed effective April 1.” Pittsburgh Press, Dec. 14, 1954, p. 6. Newspapers.com 149129771.
Cited for Stanwix St.

“Few changes in city’s topography: Grant’s hill lower than when Pittsburgh was laid out by the Penns: ‘Red’ Pond, too, is gone: And ‘Vale of Soho,’ where lovers strayed amid flowers, has vanished forever.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Aug. 6, 1911, second section, p. 7. Newspapers.com 85726053.
Cited for Try St.

“Fifth avenue’s name will not be changed: Beechwood boulevard is to be called William Pitt boulevard.” Pittsburgh Post, Jan. 22, 1910, p. 14. Newspapers.com 93557559.
Cited for 5th Ave, Beechwood Blvd, Washington Blvd.

Fisher, Ken. “Section of 6th Avenue to open today.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Sept. 17, 1981, p. 24. Newspapers.com 91133622.
Cited for 6th Ave.

“Five farms: Five farms of various sizes and prices in Western Pennsylvania and Ohio.” Pittsburgh Morning Post, Nov. 14, 1845, [p. 2]. Newspapers.com 88168836. Repeated until Dec. 9.
Cited for Spring Garden Ave.

“Flashbacks.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Mar. 25, 1932, p. 8. Newspapers.com 90084354.
Cited for Shady Ave.

“Flashbacks.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Feb. 21, 1933, p. 8. Newspapers.com 90310579.
Cited for Jane St, Josephine St, Mary St, Ormsby St, Sarah St, Sidney St.

Fleming, George T. “Bits of biography—the boyhood of Henry Marie Brackenridge: Pathetic story of infancy and rescue from want by a noble woman—boy taken to country home of step-father-in-law, tells of barring out of a rural schoolmaster in Washington County: On acquiring vernacularly the German tongue on return from farm, the boy is sent, at the age of 7, to Louisiana Territory, now Missouri, to learn French in a similar manner—grief of ‘Joe,’ erstwhile nurse and first protector of the future author and jurist: Bon voyage as boat shoves away from the Monongahela’s muddy banks in 1793: Autobiography up to twenty-fourth year replete with history of early Pittsburgh: Author’s characterization of his distinguished father noted and commented on: Young Brackenridge a prodigy, learning to read when two years old—notes of his ‘recollections’ and some contemporary history—phases of an eventful life.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Oct. 26, 1919, second section, pp. 8–9. Newspapers.com 85670580, 85670581.
Cited for Try St.

Fleming, George T. “Center avenue is a famous old road: Quiet thoroughfare known in Pittsburgh history as home of prominent men: Short route to east.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Oct. 31, 1915, sixth section, p. 2. Newspapers.com 85899943.
Cited for 7th Ave, Centre Ave, Dinwiddie St.

Fleming, George T. “Early annals of the port of Pittsburgh: In the days of shipbuilding—curious old map evokes much history—Pittsburgh in 1805 revealed—Stephen Quinon’s story of our ocean commerce—the little square riggers that sailed from Pittsburgh: Some pages from the book of a French savant: Pittsburgh as F. A. Michaux saw it in 1802: Our river commerce of that time—his story of our sailing and other vessels—his meeting with the Chevalier Dubac.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, July 2, 1922, fifth section, p. 2. Newspapers.com 85856279.
Cited for Try St.

Fleming, George T. “Early public schools of Pittsburgh: The old Eighth Ward and School, after 1868 the Forbes School—annexation changed ward numbers, hence Forbes Sub-School District of the Sixth Ward—Sub-districts abolished when North Side came in: Principal L. H. Eaton with 31 years’ service: His report to city superintendent in 1870: Sketch of a long and distinguished career: Forbes School notes and notables—Boyd’s Hill and Pipetown.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, May 8, 1921, fifth section, p. 2. Newspapers.com 85825538.
Cited for Try St.

Fleming, George T. “Early public schools of Pittsburgh: The old Ninth Ward School, later the O’Hara district—ward number changed to Twelfth: The division of the original school district into two—the Springfield district—school history back to township years.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, June 5, 1921, fifth section, p. 2. Newspapers.com 85844699.
Cited for Bayard St.

Fleming, George T. “Famous names abandoned.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Jan. 3, 1915, sixth section, p. 2. Newspapers.com 85750499.
Cited for Bayard St.

Fleming, George T. “Fighting Butler history made complete: Maj. Denny of Pittsburgh who saw general fall, has map made of field: Of noble lineage.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Sept. 10, 1916, fifth section, p. 2. Newspapers.com 85778172.
Cited for Bayard St.

Fleming, George T. “Foster family many years in city: Brother of famous composer identified with Pittsburgh enterprises: Museum is planned.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Apr. 2, 1916, sixth section, p. 2. Newspapers.com 85767474.
Cited for Bayard St.

Fleming, George T. “Growth of city in century is great: Celebration of charter anniversary directs attention to progress made: Noteworthy events.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Mar. 12, 1916, fifth section, p. 2. Newspapers.com 85766545.
Cited for 7th St, Anderson St, Butler St, Carson St, Darragh St, Denny St, Lowrie St, Progress St, Wilkins Ave.

Fleming, George T. “History from an old map: Fourth chapter of the story evolved from Masson’s map of Pittsburgh of 1805—lot owners on Fourth and Fifth streets, now avenues—the Diamond Square lots and the old jail: The rugged, broken topography of the era depicted—Craig’s recollections quoted—some noted realty owners’ names, Samuel Jones, Ephraim Blaine, Ephraim Douglass—Alexander Fowler, patriot and orator.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Aug. 6, 1922, sixth section, p. 10. Newspapers.com 85915679.
Cited for Delray St.

Fleming, George T. “In the days of the pioneers: Glances into the distant past incited by a recent book, Faris’ ‘On the Trail of the Pioneers’—the emigrant routes to the West: The great stream through Pittsburgh—its lessons and results—Filson’s travels: Extracts from celebrated journals—John Filson, first historian of Kentucky—his journey and voyage—Col. John May passes through: Mr. Dahlinger’s story referred to and Darlington’s notes mentioned.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, May 1, 1921, fifth section, p. 2. Newspapers.com 85824945.
Cited for Bayard St.

Fleming, George T. “Isaac Craig is honored by city: Street name recalls deeds of revolutionary hero, patriot and pioneer: His stirring story.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Aug. 29, 1915, fifth section, p. 2. Newspapers.com 85764563.
Cited for 8th St, Bayard St, Craig St, Garrison Pl.

Fleming, George T. “Looking backwards a century: Samuel Jones’ pictures of Pittsburgh in 1826; his directory of the city—plain words from an old citizen and officeholder—his topographical notes with bits of history on the side—vivid descriptions are given: Our numerous hills described—Pittsburgh’s suburbs—Northern Liberties—Allegheny Town on the Reserved Tract—Lawrenceville and the Arsenal—Kensington and Birmingham—tells of many industries.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Dec. 11, 1921, fifth section, p. 2. Newspapers.com 85844751.
Cited for S 7th St.

Fleming, George T. “Names recall Civil War heroes: Soldiers of national and local fame well commemorated in Pittsburgh: Battles also live.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, May 30, 1915, fifth section, p. 2. Newspapers.com 85758872.
Cited for Antietam St, Black St, Childs St, Collier St, Covode St, Curtin Ave, Denniston St, Ellsworth Ave, Fair Oaks St, Galveston Ave, Gettysburg St, Hampton St, Hays St, Herron Ave, Lincoln Ave, McPherson Blvd, Meade St, Merrimac St, Monitor St, Monterey St, Montezuma St, Montooth St, Negley Ave, N Lincoln Ave, Palo Alto St, Resaca Pl, Rippey St, Rowley St, Scott St, Sedgwick St, Seward St, Sheridan Ave, Sherman Ave, Sherrod St, Shiloh St, Slagle St, Stanton Ave, Sterrett St, Sunday Way, Thomas Blvd, Warren St.

Fleming, George T. “Old highway is now great avenue: Historic Fourth Street road plays prominent part in story of early Pittsburgh: Opened years ago.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Jan. 9, 1916, fifth section, p. 2. Newspapers.com 85762432.
Cited for 4th Ave, 5th Ave, Diamond St, Forbes Ave, Try St.

Fleming, George T. “Old Minersville: Directory of Minersville—names of prominent Pittsburgh people reprinted—coal producers of that era—coal mines and coke ovens: Job Inder’s recollections drawn on—Pitt Township taxables of 1853 recalled: A forgotten hamlet—tales of a prosperous suburb of eighty years ago—out the Pike, otherwise the old Seventh street road: Hilly Pitt Township located—Isaac Harris’ descriptions—a prosperous place.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Mar. 8, 1925, fifth section, [p. 2]. Newspapers.com 86280695.
Cited for 7th Ave, Centre Ave.

Fleming, George T. “The old Sixth Ward: Recollections of the Hill District—two wards numbered sixth distinguished—boundaries of the old ward outlined—famous factories that have passed—Faber’s and Price’s foundries—the Fort Pitt Chimney Works and other industries: The old Sixth residential in character—well-known streets described—a famous spring: The McCallin livery stable at Elm and Wylie—market baskets delivered at your door—the Barckleys at Gum street—other anecdotes of the time.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Aug. 24, 1924, fifth section, [p. 2]. Newspapers.com 85851867.
Cited for 7th Ave, Centre Ave, Dithridge St.

Fleming, George T. “Our early governors and their times: The beginning of parties—a study of election returns—before the Jeffersonian era—when third terms were allowable—Pennsylvania’s German governors—representatives from western end of state: Pittsburgh favored twice: First governors after formation of state—Mifflin, McKean and Snyder—faithful, honest executives the rule—when national politics dominated state—‘citizen’ Brackenridge of Pittsburgh—the Tertium Quids and the Jacobins.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Sept. 9, 1923, fifth section, [p. 2]. Newspapers.com 85491245.
Cited for Mifflin Rd.

Fleming, George T. “Our revolutionary sires: Additional biographies of Pittsburgh soldiers of the Revolution—John Irwin, Stephen Bayard, George Wallace, the Guthrie brothers and Adamson Tannehill—graphic story of Capt. Irwin’s services—his narrow escape from death at Paoli massacre: Lists of soldiers of Revolution reprinted from D. A. R. Magazine—Allegheny County’s list added to—Butler County patriots enumerated—‘Mackeys’ distinguished—James Mackaye and Aeneas Mackay—turbulent times of notorious Connolly.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, May 11, 1924, fifth section, p. 6. Newspapers.com 85854858.
Cited for 7th St, Bayard St, Irwin Ave, Rope Way.

Fleming, George T. “Railroad entry into city was real event: Marvelous story of past evoked by visit to the Pennsylvania station: Recalls 1877 riots.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Dec. 3, 1916, fifth section, p. 2. Newspapers.com 85514460.
Cited for Bayard St.

Fleming, George T. “Reisville now forgotten name: Once thriving suburb called after a pioneer has long been incorporated into City of Pittsburgh: Home of butchers.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Dec. 19, 1915, fifth section, p. 2. Newspapers.com 85762040.
Cited for Try St.

Fleming, George T. “Story evolved from plate and map: History of progressive decade in early Pittsburgh is brought out: How town looked.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Mar. 5, 1916, fifth section, p. 2. Newspapers.com 85900461.
Cited for 4th Ave, 5th Ave.

Fleming, George T. “Tale of French success at the Point: History of Contrecoeur’s expedition to the Forks of the Ohio is recalled: Invasion in force: Stories of Ensign Ward’s surrender and the building of old Fort Du Quesue [sic]: Historic street names.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Feb. 14, 1915, fifth section, p. 2. Newspapers.com 85897872.
Cited for Ward St.

Fleming, George T. “Via the Seventh street road: A ride and a walk through old Minersville—the passing of historic township names—memories of the Wylie street car line and the driver of a half century ago—John Herrman and P. Duffy.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Mar. 15, 1925, fifth section, p. 2. Newspapers.com 86282624.
Cited for 7th Ave, Centre Ave.

Fleming, George T. “Water street and Monongahela wharf: Protracted litigation necessary to give city clear title to tract along this highway, once an aristocratic thoroughfare of Pittsburgh.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Dec. 20, 1914, second section, [p. 4]. Newspapers.com 85909712.
Cited for Try St.

Fleming, George T. “Wood’s plan of Pittsburgh: Thomas Vickroy’s account of the survey of 1784 and parts taken in city’s early life by Craig and Bayard.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Dec. 13, 1914, second section, p. 2. Newspapers.com 85908612.
Cited for Commonwealth Pl, Smithfield St, Vickroy St, Wood St.

Fleming, George T. “Wylie avenue home of many officials: Main thoroughfare to Hill district plays prominent part in city’s history: Old time memories.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Oct. 24, 1915, fifth section, p. 2. Newspapers.com 85899235.
Cited for Wylie Ave.

“Forbes Ave. bill ready.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Dec. 17, 1957, p. 10. Newspapers.com 89458535.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Forbes Avenue plan given City Council.” Pittsburgh Press, Dec. 16, 1957, p. 2. Newspapers.com 147892112.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Forbes Avenue signs.” Pittsburgh Press, Dec. 13, 1957, p. 31. Newspapers.com 148074818.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Forbes name applied to Diamond Street.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Aug. 3, 1957, sec. 2, p. 1. Newspapers.com 89440592.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Forbes street: The property holders put in another protest against extending the street to Fifth avenue.” Daily Post, Oct. 4, 1876, [p. 4]. Newspapers.com 88172527.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Forbes street: Protest of property holders against the proposed extension.” Pittsburgh Commercial, Oct. 4, 1876, p. 1. Newspapers.com 85537429.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Forbes street: The question of a terminus—meeting of property holders—report of the committee appointed at a former meeting.” Pittsburgh Commercial, Sept. 27, 1876, p. 1. Newspapers.com 85537331.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“The Forbes street abomination: What taxpayers think of it—the sufferers protest en masse.” Daily Post, July 10, 1876, [p. 4]. Newspapers.com 86511692.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Forbes street extension: Adjourned meeting in the Ann street School House last evening—report of the committee appointed at the former meeting read, accepted and endorsed—another meeting to be held next Tuesday evening.” Daily Post, Sept. 27, 1876, [p. 4]. Newspapers.com 88172474.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“The Forbes street opening: Meeting of citizens—opposition to extension to Fifth avenue.” Pittsburgh Commercial, July 10, 1876, [p. 4]. Newspapers.com 85536293.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“The Fourth street road: Orchards and gardens were numerous where now is heard the sharp clang of the cable car: Landmarks which are being swept away by recent progress: Changes of the last half century.” Pittsburg Dispatch, Oct. 28, 1894. Cut and pasted in [Pennsylvania county histories], pp. 67–70 (Internet Archive pennsylvaniacoun05unse_0), an untitled scrapbook of newspaper clippings from the State Library of Pennsylvania, call number S–R 974.8 P38611 v. 5.
Cited for Dithridge St.

Frachioni, Michael. “Pittsburgh’s last duel: Wherein we may take heart that the violent means of the past no longer afflict the rivals for office in this Commonwealth.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Oct. 22, 2006, p. H-6. Newspapers.com 96587681; http://www.post-gazette.com/opinion/Op-Ed/2006/10/22/The-Next-Page-When-political-debate-really-was-deadly-serious/stories/200610220220.
Cited for Bates St.

“Frosch estate is purchased: Fifth avenue property sold.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Sept. 4, 1920, p. 5. Newspapers.com 85907673.
Cited for Zulu Way.

“Furnace built by Carnegie, Lucy No. 1, is torn down: Historic iron producer erected in 1871 was ‘Steel King’s’ first venture into that industry.” Pittsburgh Press, Aug. 24, 1937, p. 17. Newspapers.com 146914612.
Cited for Carnegie Pl.

Giel, Connie. “New Windgap Bridge tagged at $3.1 million.” Pittsburgh Press, June 8, 1977, p. B-4. Newspapers.com 142725873.
Cited for Industrial Highway.

Gigler, Dan. “Fueling up on Gasoline Street.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Jan. 20, 2016. https://www.post-gazette.com/life/dining/2016/01/20/Fueling-up-at-Gasoline-Street-Coffee-Co-in-Pittsburgh/stories/201601200024.
Cited for Gasoline St.

“GI’s widow wins name for street: City honors man who died in battle.” Pittsburgh Press, Aug. 14, 1946, p. 2. Newspapers.com 143367027.
Cited for Lauria Way.

Grata, Joe. “Bridge has long, important history.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, June 24, 2000, p. B-1. Newspapers.com 91106811; http://old.post-gazette.com/regionstate/20000624HotHistory8.asp.
Cited for Hot Metal St.

Grata, Joe. “Span links past, future: Hot Metal Bridge opens.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, June 24, 2000, pp. B-1, B-2. Newspapers.com 91106811, 91106820; http://old.post-gazette.com/regionstate/20000624hotmetal3.asp.
Cited for Hot Metal St.

Green, Elwin. “Seagate to close facility in Strip.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Sept. 19, 2008, pp. A-7, A-8. Newspapers.com 96576271, 96576273; http://www.post-gazette.com/business/businessnews/2008/09/19/Seagate-to-close-facility-in-Strip/stories/200809190206.
Cited for Waterfront Pl.

“Group backs new name for streets.” Pittsburgh Press, May 7, 1958, p. 64. Newspapers.com 149516186.
Cited for Commonwealth Pl.

“Hearing today on street names: Changing 155 thoroughfares to be subject of discussion: Carrick and Knoxville duplicate city highways: Ordinances up before Council.” Pittsburgh Post, Jan. 26, 1927, p. 3. Newspapers.com 88189399.
Cited for Wysox St.

“Here’s one town that refuses to be backward.” Minneapolis Morning Tribune, Aug. 13, 1956, p. 37. Newspapers.com 183506712. This Associated Press piece was also printed as “Backward Llawnipsa turned into Loop,” The Sun (Baltimore), Aug. 13, 1956, p. 3 (Newspapers.com 375991440); and as “Compromise name for street changed,” Albuquerque Journal, Aug. 13, 1956, p. 9 (Newspapers.com 157852196).
Cited for Aidyl Ave.

“Hiawatha boulevard: The course of the driveway finally fixed by survey committee.” Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette, Jan. 12, 1895, p. 3. Newspapers.com 85560662.
Cited for Bigelow Blvd.

“Highway bids opened.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Sept. 1, 1969, p. 21. Newspapers.com 88922658.
Cited for Industrial Highway.

“Historical society discusses lives of early Pittsburgh men.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Feb. 9, 1926, p. 8. Newspapers.com 86463468.
Cited for Bayard St, Craig St, Neville St.

“History, economics recited to uphold Diamond St. name.” Pittsburgh Press, May 21, 1957, p. 2. Newspapers.com 147947870.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Hold street names hearing.” Pittsburgh Press, Jan. 26, 1927, p. 20. Newspapers.com 146201692.
Cited for Wysox St.

“Home affairs.” Daily Morning Post, Dec. 19, 1842, p. 3. Newspapers.com 88169320.
Cited for Delray St.

“Home matters: Beautiful building sites.” Daily Pittsburgh Gazette, July 14, 1851, [p. 3]. Newspapers.com 85648467.
Cited for Dithridge St.

“Home sold in boulevard.” Pittsburgh Sunday Post, Apr. 5, 1914, editorial and financial section, p. 7. Newspapers.com 87527007.
Cited for Beechwood Blvd.

Hoover, Bob. “Chasing dreams.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Dec. 9, 2001, Sunday Magazine, pp. G-1, G-12. Newspapers.com 90886631, 90886714.
Cited for Dream St.

Hoover, Bob. “A family prospers for generations from early foothold.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Aug. 10, 2003, p. A-14. Newspapers.com 89905170; https://old.post-gazette.com/localnews/20030810lewisbarr8.asp.
Cited for Bedford Ave, Carson St, Ormsby St.

Horn, Alyse. “Exploring Spring Garden, past & present.” Northside Chronicle (Pittsburgh), Jan. 2017, pp. 1, 13. https://issuu.com/nschron/docs/january-2017.indd; https://www.thenorthsidechronicle.com/spring-garden-a-historic-northside-neighborhood/.
Cited for Old Honesty St, Spring Garden Ave.

Hritz, Tom. “X Street marks no spot in city.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, July 27, 1988, p. 4. Newspapers.com 89967623, 89967854.
Cited for Wysox St.

“Idea for memorials.” Pittsburgh Press, Aug. 20, 1946, p. 12. Newspapers.com 143373852.
Cited for Lauria Way.

“Important.” Daily Pittsburgh Gazette, Apr. 28, 1835, [p. 2]. Newspapers.com 37366130, 96044638.
Cited for Gasoline St.

“Important improvements.” Pittsburgh Commercial, Aug. 9, 1873, [p. 4]. Newspapers.com 85643854.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Improvements at the Point.” Pittsburgh Commercial, May 1, 1876, p. 4. Newspapers.com 89553612.
Cited for 2nd St, Fort St.

“Industrial park to get streets: Chartiers project to cost $436,602.” Pittsburgh Press, Oct. 8, 1966, p. 3. Newspapers.com 149358335.
Cited for Industrial Highway.

“Interesting reminiscences: West Pennsylvania at the beginning of the century: Pittsburgh fifty-five years ago.” Pittsburgh Post, Mar. 22, 1862, [p. 3]. Newspapers.com 87580278.
Cited for Forbes Ave, Try St.

Irwin, W. W. “Pittsburgh and Coal Hill Turnpike Road!!” Daily Pittsburgh Gazette, Feb. 10, 1834, [p. 2]. Newspapers.com 96006606.
Cited for Wylie Ave.

“Is no longer Virgin alley: Old thorouhfare [sic] given the name of Oliver avenue today: Mayor signed the measure: Approved bill that caused Ostermaier-Willock trouble: Scheme for annexation.” Pittsburg Press, Mar. 23, 1904, p. 3. Newspapers.com 141914016.
Cited for Oliver Ave.

“James F. Grimes dies: Developed Knoxville: He devoted 50 years to building up South Hills borough.” Pittsburgh Sunday Post, Jan. 9, 1916, p. 8. Newspapers.com 87480921.
Cited for Grimes Ave.

“J. F. Grimes dies suddenly in his office: Cerebral hemorrhage fatal to man who was instrumental in developing South Hills: Was veteran of Civil War.” Gazette Times (Pittsburgh), Jan. 9, 1916, p. 1. Newspapers.com 85762403.
Cited for Grimes Ave.

“J. F. Grimes, Knoxville, drops dead.” Pittsburg Press, Jan. 9, 1916, p. 1. Newspapers.com 143658863.
Cited for Grimes Ave.

Jones, Diana Nelson. “Solving street sign mystery takes some odd turns.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Dec. 23, 2003, pp. C-1–C-2. Newspapers.com 90230509, 90230579; http://old.post-gazette.com/lifestyle/20031223whoislisa1223fnp3.asp.
Cited for Mentor Way, Tito Way.

“Kaiser Wilhelm will rage at news from Pittsburgh: Street mysteriously and unofficially named in his N [sic] honor has been rechristened and, adding insult to injury, renamed Marne way.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Feb. 14, 1918, p. 6. Newspapers.com 85860163.
Cited for Marne Way.

“Kaiser Wilhelm wiped off map; that is, city street directory: Mt. Washington thoroughfare unofficially named after German emperor is officially called Marne way, by action of council.” Pittsburgh Post, Feb. 14, 1918, p. 3. Newspapers.com 87696779.
Cited for Marne Way.

Kirk, Rachel. “Greentree’s historic sycamore goes way of all good trees: It ‘vanishes’ at owner’s request.” Pittsburgh Press, Oct. 18, 1945, p. 18. Newspapers.com 147482199.
Cited for Greentree Rd.

Lane, Nicholas. “Eighth Street is deep-sixed: Let us sing a song of regret for a little piece of city history whose number was up.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Apr. 11, 1998, p. A-15. Newspapers.com 90667844.
Cited for 8th St, Tito Way.

“Last phase of Grant Street work runs late.” Pittsburgh Press, Mar. 13, 1990, p. D3. Newspapers.com 141443335.
Cited for Try St.

Leonard, Vince. “Town of Woods Run gone, reunion revives memories.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Sept. 30, 1978, p. 2. Newspapers.com 89813837.
Cited for Woods Run Ave.

“Like a serpent: Winding driveway through the Squirrel Hill district: Will cost many thousands: The ordinance for the boulevard goes to councils Monday: Capitalists getting options: They gobble up the land their drive will pass through—the road starts at Forbes street and Shady Lane and runs along the hills of Nine Mile run, entering Schenley park over the Forward avenue bridge.” Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette, Oct. 25, 1894, p. 2. Newspapers.com 85579038.
Cited for Pocusset St.

“Local affairs: The new Forbes street job: Dissatisfaction of property holders—cost of the proposed extension—people interested watching the officials.” Daily Post, May 16, 1876, [p. 4]. Newspapers.com 86511284.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Local matters: Court of Common Pleas.” Daily Morning Post, Dec. 14, 1850, p. 2. Newspapers.com 86643176.
Cited for 8th St.

“Local matters: Decision.” Daily Morning Post, Jan. 6, 1851, p. 3. Newspapers.com 86642615.
Cited for 8th St.

Love, Gilbert. “How names came.” Pittsburgh Press, Aug. 11, 1952, p. 11. Newspapers.com 141584890.
Cited for 8th St.

Love, Gilbert. “Pittsburgh’s an accumulation of small towns.” Pittsburgh Press, July 2, 1944, [p. 23]. Newspapers.com 148040243.
Cited for S 7th St.

Love, Stewart. “Signs of the time.” Pittsburgh Album. Pittsburgh Press, Oct. 15, 1961, Sunday ROTO, p. 16. Newspapers.com 149303714.
Cited for Old Honesty St.

Lowry, Patricia. “At rest, finally: After an I-279 excavation and years of archaeological tests, a new burial site for 727 souls will be blessed.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Oct. 28, 2003, pp. D-1, D-5. Newspapers.com 89886838, 89886861.
Cited for Spring Garden Ave.

Lowry, Patricia. “New Schenley Plaza plan could benefit from earlier schemes.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Oct. 14, 2003, p. B-1. Newspapers.com 89863317; http://old.post-gazette.com/ae/20031014schenley1014fnp4.asp.
Cited for Bigelow Blvd.

“Making a joke of street names: Clerks assigned to wipe out duplications choose any old titles: Hippo, Tumbo, Fortitude!: Also Divinity, Sunday, Starch, Parkhurst, Chianti, Wry and Prudence.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, July 28, 1909, p. 2. Newspapers.com 85879633.
Cited for 5th Ave, Commonwealth Pl, Rialto St, Stanwix St, Washington Blvd.

“Many Carrick streets to be given new names.” Pittsburgh Press, Jan. 4, 1927, p. 6. Newspapers.com 146167053.
Cited for Wysox St.

“Marbury Street.” Pittsburgh Morning Post, Feb. 10, 1847, p. 2. Newspapers.com 88174296.
Cited for Commonwealth Pl, Vickroy St.

Marquez, Steven A. “City wants Rocks, county to share span repair cost.” Pittsburgh Press, July 26, 1978, p. A-3. Newspapers.com 146982251.
Cited for Industrial Highway.

“Masked thug robs gasoline station in Second avenue.” Pittsburgh Post, Feb. 6, 1923, p. 1. Newspapers.com 86508197.
Cited for Chancery Way.

“Mayor likes name: Vetoes ordinance making William Pitt into Beechwood boulevard.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, June 1, 1913, first section, p. 6. Newspapers.com 85876480.
Cited for Beechwood Blvd.

“Mayor’s veto is again overridden: Council passes ordinance giving boulevard its former name of Beechwood: New business introduced: Question of site for dog pound may be settled in the near future.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, June 4, 1913, p. 2. Newspapers.com 85876703.
Cited for Beechwood Blvd.

McGee, Jackie. “Japonica Way is empty now . . .” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Nov. 15, 1943, Daily Magazine, [p. 1]. Newspapers.com 89557140.
Cited for Japonica Way.

McHugh, Roy. “Jury’s in: a slow death for Court Place.” Pittsburgh Press, Aug. 14, 1977, p. A-2. Newspapers.com 142723458.
Cited for Court Pl.

McKean, A. G. “Our Pittsburg letter.” Courier (Connellsville, Penna.), Apr. 28, 1904, p. 6. Newspapers.com 37848766.
Cited for Cuba Way, Pocusset St.

M’Cully, James; Sterling, Henry; Floyd, J. & R.; and M’Clurkan, Samuel. “Hancock street again.” Daily Pittsburgh Gazette, Apr. 16, 1852, [p. 1]. Newspapers.com 86449509.
Cited for 8th St.

“Meeting and parade will open Boulevard of Allies this morning: Addresses by mayor and others to mark ceremony: Ribbon last barrier.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Oct. 2, 1922, [p. 1]. Newspapers.com 86471515.
Cited for Blvd of the Allies.

“Mein Herr rallies Scotsmen in battle of Diamond Street: Himmel! He backs change to ‘Forbes.’” Pittsburgh Press, June 4, 1957, p. 42. Newspapers.com 148021703.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

A Member of the Select Council. “Du Quesne way: For the Gazette.” Daily Pittsburgh Gazette, Dec. 27, 1837, p. 2. Newspapers.com 96045714.
Cited for Ft. Duquesne Blvd.

M’Gowin, William. “For the Gazette.” Daily Pittsburgh Gazette, Dec. 20, 1837, p. 2. Newspapers.com 96045553.
Cited for Ft. Duquesne Blvd.

M’Gowin, William. “For the Gazette.” Daily Pittsburgh Gazette, Dec. 26, 1837, p. 2. Newspapers.com 96045672.
Cited for Ft. Duquesne Blvd.

Miller, J. M. “The Crafts and Crafton: Interesting story of an old Pittsburgh family and the borough it founded.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Nov. 16, 1913, fourth section, p. 7. Newspapers.com 85622421.
Cited for Broadhead Fording Rd, Craft Ave, Crafton Blvd.

Morris, Carl. “Grant St. project wins test.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Oct. 23, 1980, pp. 1, 10. Newspapers.com 88792554, 88792563.
Cited for 6th Ave, Court Pl.

Morris, Carl. “Grant Street project agreement clears way for construction.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Oct. 16, 1980, p. 4. Newspapers.com 88792311.
Cited for 6th Ave, Court Pl.

“Name boulevard for Allies, is plan: Council adopts motion by Garland—firemen’s back pay held up: Hospitals get water.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Mar. 4, 1919, p. 13. Newspapers.com 85765559.
Cited for Blvd of the Allies.

“Name change asked for downtown street: Public Works Department seeks to replace Ferry with Stanwix.” Pittsburgh Press, Nov. 23, 1954, p. 37. Newspapers.com 149010292.
Cited for Stanwix St.

Nilsson, David. “Council OKs redesign of Grant St. traffic.” Pittsburgh Press, Oct. 22, 1980, p. A-2. Newspapers.com 146936107.
Cited for 6th Ave, Court Pl.

“Nine taxpayers: They will be appointed to investigate the city’s needs: The mayor to select them: Director Bigelow requested the appointment be made: He sent a letter to councils: The commission will examine the questions of water supply and improvements of parks, boulevards and public buildings—Mayor McKenna will probably announce to-day the names of the gentlemen who are to do this important work—will all be business men.” Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette, Jan. 29, 1895, p. 1. Newspapers.com 85560784.
Cited for Bigelow Blvd.

“Nipping Nipponese.” Pittsburgh Press, Jan. 21, 1942, p. 8. Newspapers.com 149790082.
Cited for Joan Way, Tokay St.

“Nippon taboo.” Indiana Evening Gazette, Jan. 23, 1942, p. 10. Newspapers.com 539876890, 14476246.
Cited for Joan Way, Tokay St.

“Nomenclature.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, June 30, 1955, Daily Magazine, [p. 1]. Newspapers.com 91032959.
Cited for Stanwix St.

“No other city disregards its beautiful trees as Pittsburgh does, Mr. Fix-it hears.” Mr. Fix-it. Pittsburgh Press, Aug. 6, 1935, p. 13. Newspapers.com 147194742.
Cited for Moosehart St.

“No thoroughfare: How six families are penned up in the Fourth ward: Their only means of egress and ingress, over a ten foot fence.” Daily Post, July 23, 1881, p. 4. Newspapers.com 86363038.
Cited for Maddock Pl.

“Notice: To all whom it may concern.” Pittsburgh Commercial, Sept. 3, 1869, [p. 3]. Newspapers.com 85540823.
Cited for 43rd St.

“Notice of redevelopment, Twenty-Eighth Ward, City of Pittsburgh.” Pittsburgh Press, Oct. 4, 1965, p. 41. Newspapers.com 149524772.
Cited for Industrial Highway.

“Obituaries: Pfc. Anthony L. Lauria.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, July 30, 1949, p. 12. Newspapers.com 87865550.
Cited for Lauria Way.

“Obituaries: Pfc. Anthony L. Lauria.” Pittsburgh Press, July 31, 1949, p. 39. Newspapers.com 143415851.
Cited for Lauria Way.

An Observer. “Duquesne Way.” Pittsburgh Advocate, Feb. 22, 1839. Reprinted in the Daily Pittsburgh Gazette, Feb. 23, 1839, p. 2 (Newspapers.com 96056595).
Cited for Ft. Duquesne Blvd.

“Officials open new Boulevard of the Allies: $2,000,000 highway formally thrown open for use of public: Parade over route.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Oct. 3, 1922, pp. 1, 4. Newspapers.com 86471499, 86471496.
Cited for Blvd of the Allies.

“Oldest PCW graduate dies.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Aug. 12, 1955, p. 9. Newspapers.com 91058402.
Cited for Castleman St.

“An old project revived: The scheme to unite Fifth avenue and Forbes street: A re-assessment ordered by Select Council—the general business of Councils yesterday.” Daily Post (Pittsburgh), Dec. 11, 1883, [p. 4]. Newspapers.com 87567806.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Old state body laid out town of Allegheny: Executive council in 1788 fixed lot prices and furnished names for streets and alleys: Origin of the present parks.” Pittsburg Press, Dec. 1, 1907, p. 32. Newspapers.com 142120163.
Cited for A St, B St, East St, Kirkbride St, Kunkle Ave, St. Ives St, St. Marks Pl.

“Oliver avenue.” Pittsburg Press, Feb. 26, 1904, p. 6. Newspapers.com 141827426.
Cited for Oliver Ave.

“Oliver avenue.” Pittsburg Press, Mar. 24, 1904, p. 6. Newspapers.com 141914565.
Cited for Oliver Ave.

O’Neill, Brian. “Around town: In the good ol’ days, Pittsburgh Council had 108 guys. (OK, not so good.)” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Aug. 4, 2009, p. A-2. Newspapers.com 96487666; https://www.post-gazette.com/opinion/brian-oneill/2009/08/04/Around-Town-In-the-good-ol-days-Pittsburgh-Council-had-108-guys/stories/200908040244.
Cited for 6th St, 6th Ave.

“Open Boulevard of the Allies: Memorial highway is freed to public.” Pittsburgh Press, Oct. 2, 1922, [p. 1]. Newspapers.com 144821670.
Cited for Blvd of the Allies.

“Opening Forbes street: The expense thereof and row occasioned thereby.” Evening Penny Press, Nov. 22, 1884, [p. 4]. Newspapers.com 141138520.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Opening sale of the Corona.” Pittsburgh Daily Post, Apr. 5, 1900, pp. 2, 5, 7. Newspapers.com 86435468, 86435546, 86435591.
Cited for Corona St.

“An ordinance for new name: The common body receives motion regarding Virgin alley matter: Oliver avenue favored: Leading business men express pleasure at proposal: With surveys committee.” Pittsburg Press, Feb. 27, 1904, p. 1. Newspapers.com 141827699.
Cited for Oliver Ave.

“Our thoroughfares: Important meeting of the Street Committee last evening.” Daily Post (Pittsburgh), Aug. 2, 1873, [p. 4]. Newspapers.com 86533247.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

Ove, Torsten. “Site names here are out of sight: From Swamp Poodle Road to Grant Street, locales in the region bear names that are little understood or largely forgotten.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 8, 1998, pp. A-1, A-6. Newspapers.com 94754709, 94754864. Quoted in full by Elizabeth Bloom, “Bethoven St. vs. Beethoven St.,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Staff Blogs, Nov. 24, 2014 (http://blogs.post-gazette.com/arts-entertainment/measured-words/42973-bethoven-st-vs-beethoven-st).
Cited for Aidyl Ave.

“Papers ready for councils: Changing the name of Virgin alley will be pushed: ‘Oliver avenue’ popular: Many leading business men approve The Press’ suggestion: Some of Mr. Oliver’s work.” Pittsburg Press, Feb. 26, 1904, p. 1. Newspapers.com 141827340.
Cited for Oliver Ave.

“Pa Pitt will add 20,700 to family as 3 boroughs are taken in tomorrow.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Jan. 2, 1927, p. 1. Newspapers.com 86498743.
Cited for Wysox St.

“Parade of 25,000 vets to feature Armistice Day: Allies Boulevard will be dedicated: Hero to get D. S. C. award.” Pittsburgh Post, Nov. 11, 1922, pp. 1, 2. Newspapers.com 86499516, 86499517.
Cited for Blvd of the Allies.

Paris, Barry. “Links to the past: Two buildings are the last visible remnants of city’s once-bustling Chinatown.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Nov. 4, 1985, Daily Magazine, pp. 9, 12. Newspapers.com 88666920, 88666927.
Cited for Court Pl.

“Parking poachers.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Oct. 29, 1966, p. 11. Newspapers.com 88146668.
Cited for Try St.

“Part of 2nd Ave. will be closed until Sept. 30.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Sept. 19, 1983, p. 10. Newspapers.com 89789233, 89789321.
Cited for Try St.

“Paving the way.” Pittsburgh Press, Oct. 23, 1980, p. A-16. Newspapers.com 146938162.
Cited for 6th Ave, Court Pl.

Peden, Virginia. “Banksville seniors delight in historical photographs.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Nov. 28, 2001, South section, p. S-11. Newspapers.com 90884837.
Cited for Greentree Rd.

Perry, John F. “Removal.” Daily Morning Post, Mar. 27, 1849, p. 2. Newspapers.com 86641141. This advertisement was repeated in every issue for over a year.
Cited for 8th St.

“Personal.” Daily Post, Apr. 28, 1877, [p. 4]. Newspapers.com 88175419.
Cited for Marchand St.

“Pioneer dies at his home: Captain John B. Ford passes peacefully away at Creighton, near Ford City: Original plate glass man: After several attempts his venture proves magnificent success to his efforts: Other deaths of the day: Ernest Succop.” Pittsburg Post, May 3, 1903, p. 4. Newspapers.com 86381625.
Cited for Pocusset St.

Pitt, William [pseudonym]. “For the Gazette.” Daily Pittsburgh Gazette, Dec. 22, 1837, p. 2. Newspapers.com 96045606.
Cited for Ft. Duquesne Blvd.

“Pittsburgh councils: Adjourned meeting of the Select Branch yesterday—disposing of the unfinished calendar—the desk, for once, clear of unfinished business.” Pittsburgh Daily Gazette, May 2, 1874, [p. 4]. Newspapers.com 86347415.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Pittsburgh councils: Common Council gets no quorum—Select Branch transacted routine business.” Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette, Jan. 17, 1885, p. 2. Newspapers.com 85453414.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Pittsburgh councils: Regular meeting—the Nation Trust proposition accepted—full claim to be settled by Christmas—ordinance passed in one branch for suppression of waiter girl saloons: The Forbes street extension job laid on the shelf, etc., etc.” Daily Post, Dec. 5, 1876, [p. 4]. Newspapers.com 88173315.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Pittsburgh councils: Regular meeting yesterday: Considering the retrenchment ordinances—legal points raised—an interesting discussion—the ordinances favorably acted upon in Select Council—the police pay reduced—the firemen not touched—the city printing—the codification of the ordinances.” Pittsburgh Gazette, Dec. 14, 1875, p. 4. Newspapers.com 86344074.
Cited for 1st St, 2nd St, Fort St.

“Pittsburgh Gas Works.” Daily Pittsburgh Gazette, Apr. 29, 1835, [p. 3]. Newspapers.com 96044652.
Cited for Gasoline St.

“Pittsburgh lots for sale.” Pittsburgh Daily Gazette and Advertiser, Apr. 7, 1845, p. 2. Newspapers.com 95768716.
Cited for 8th St.

“Pittsburgh stops to scan the past: World’s workshop sets next week apart for celebration.” Mount Pleasant Journal, Oct. 1, 1908, p. 3. http://digitalcollections.powerlibrary.org/cdm/ref/collection/sstlp-newsp/id/34754.
Cited for Market Pl.

Pitz, Marylynne. “A wealthy shoe salesman’s house takes a turn on the Brighton Heights house tour.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Sept. 20, 2019. https://www.post-gazette.com/life/homes/2019/09/20/Queen-Anne-farmhouse-Brighton-Heights-Chocolate-House-Tour/stories/201909170148.
Cited for Corona St, McPherson Blvd, Simen Ave, Simonton St, Thomas Blvd.

“Planners back street battle.” Pittsburgh Press, June 5, 1957, p. 52. Newspapers.com 148025286.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Point district to be vacated: City will be reimbursed by Mrs. Schenley’s agents for street improvements: Great warehouses going up: Councils pass many measures for sewer work—more contracts to be made: McTighe’s death lamented.” Pittsburg Post, Nov. 26, 1901, p. 9. Newspapers.com 86389154.
Cited for 1st St, 2nd St, Fort St, Greentree Ay.

Potter, Chris. “My boyfriend’s South Side home is near a street called Steve Seventy Way. We’ve spent the last year wondering who the hell Steve Seventy is, and why he has a tiny little back street near the Slopes named after him. Can you help?” Pittsburgh City Paper, Jan. 29, 2004. https://www.pghcitypaper.com/pittsburgh/Content?oid=1335986.
Cited for Steve Seventy St.

Potter, Chris. “My husband recently got a job on the South Side, and we noticed there are a lot of streets named after women. How come?” Pittsburgh City Paper, Dec. 29, 2005. https://www.pghcitypaper.com/pittsburgh/Content?oid=1337601.
Cited for Bedford Ave, Carson St, Jane St, Josephine St, Mary St, Ormsby St, Sarah St, Sidney St.

Potter, Chris. “Photographer Eugene Smith’s iconic portrait of 1950s Pittsburgh brought ‘Dream Street’ to life. Where is Dream Street located?” Pittsburgh City Paper, Oct. 8, 2009. https://www.pghcitypaper.com/pittsburgh/Content?oid=1342644.
Cited for Abstract Ave, Dream St, Harmony Ave.

Potter, Chris. “Where did ‘Joe Hammer Square’ in Oakland get its name, especially when the nearby streets are named after Shakespeare characters?” Pittsburgh City Paper, Feb. 10, 2005. https://www.pghcitypaper.com/pittsburgh/Content?oid=1337560.
Cited for Hamlet St, Joe Hammer Sq, Juliet St, Ophelia St, Romeo St.

Pro, Johnna A. “A night at the races: Vacant highway, kids in cars mean police are on the way.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, July 2, 2000, pp. B-1, B-6. Newspapers.com 89870375, 89870389.
Cited for Industrial Highway.

“Proposals: Department of Public Works, Pittsburg, Pa., June 6th, 1903.” Pittsburg Press, June 16, 1903, p. 17. Newspapers.com 141843224.
Cited for 8th St.

“Proposal to change street name defeated.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Dec. 1, 1954, p. 10. Newspapers.com 89664143.
Cited for Stanwix St.

“PUC tells county: begin building Windgap Bridge.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Apr. 14, 1978, p. 8. Newspapers.com 88962985.
Cited for Industrial Highway.

Rankin, Edwina. “Windgap Bridge future still hanging up in the air: Two-lane, four-lane controversy.” Pittsburgh Press, Sept. 27, 1978, p. A-29. Newspapers.com 146979819.
Cited for Industrial Highway.

“Removal of hump approved: Street widening and renaming bills also go through committees: Liggett files protest: Declares Diamond street proposition will cost city $500,000 damages: Some new appellations.” Pittsburgh Post, Jan. 27, 1910, p. 2. Newspapers.com 87647082.
Cited for 9th St, Beechwood Blvd, Washington Blvd.

“Rep. Steve Seventy of South Side.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, July 8, 1988, p. 8. Newspapers.com 89960622, 89960297, 89960579.
Cited for Steve Seventy St.

“Return of Court Place.” Pittsburgh Press, June 9, 1985, p. K1. Newspapers.com 146614845.
Cited for Court Pl.

“Road notice.” Pittsburgh Daily Gazette and Advertiser, Dec. 14, 1844, [p. 2]. Newspapers.com 95672380.
Cited for Centre Ave.

Rombach, Robin. “Quick access to the Hollow.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, June 28, 1999, p. C-3. Newspapers.com 91112491.
Cited for Steve Seventy St.

Rotenstein, David S. “Pigtoberfest combines history, innovative art in Troy Hill: Pigtoberfest is an ode to both Troy Hill’s history and its artistic inclinations.” Northside Chronicle (Pittsburgh), Nov. 1, 2019. https://www.thenorthsidechronicle.com/pigtoberfest-combines-history-innovative-art-in-troy-hill/.
Cited for Rialto St.

Rotstein, Gary. “The morning file.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Sept. 1, 2006, p. A-2. Newspapers.com 96572152; https://www.post-gazette.com/news/portfolio/2006/09/01/Pittsburgh-short-on-nationalities-quick-on-commutes/stories/200609010309.
Cited for Centre Ave.

Rotstein, Gary. “Panther Hollow field gets rave reviews.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Sept. 13, 2001, p. B-6. Newspapers.com 90158254.
Cited for Boundary St.

Rotstein, Gary. “Undeveloped dreams: City gains 26 acres along Schenley Park, dormant for decades, but plans still await.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Nov. 25, 1996, p. A-11. Newspapers.com 91764217.
Cited for Boundary St.

Rowley, Thomas A. “In the matter of the Petition of certain citizens of the Fourth Ward, Pittsburgh, to vacate a certain alley near the corner of Penn and Irwin streets: In the Court of Quarter Sessions, of Allegheny county.” Pittsburgh Morning Post, July 5, 1858, [p. 3]. Newspapers.com 88178385.
Cited for Scott Pl.

Ryall, Kay. “Indian mound proves early tribes once occupied site of Greentree: Red Men’s trail to Logstown lay over ‘Warrior’s Ridge’: Victorious General Bouquet used route to peace meet.” Pittsburgh Press, July 9, 1933, classified section, p. 8. Newspapers.com 146698905.
Cited for Greentree Rd.

Sachs, Sylvia. “Doughboy Square to be rejuvenated: Lawrenceville landmark due for renovation.” Pittsburgh Press, July 8, 1977, p. A-12. Newspapers.com 142712562.
Cited for Butler St.

“Sales of soap company grow: Quality declared to cause demand for local product.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Sept. 25, 1931, p. 10. Newspapers.com 90128845.
Cited for Old Honesty St.

“Sanction given plan to change boulevard name: Ordinance renaming Grant boulevard Bigelow boulevard is affirmed: Council works on budget.” Pittsburgh Post, Dec. 13, 1916, p. 3. Newspapers.com 86667299.
Cited for Bigelow Blvd.

“Saving St. Nicholas: Highway expansion threatens not only a North Side church with international significance, but also a unique piece of Pittsburgh landscape.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Oct. 10, 2000, pp. D-1, D-2. Newspapers.com 89733479, 89733480.
Cited for Rialto St.

“Scots want Diamond renamed Forbes St.: Let’s honor the general.” Pittsburgh Press, May 5, 1957, p. 2. Newspapers.com 148027388.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Select Council proceedings: Deferred business transacted—ordinances adopted—Sixth street and the passenger railway.” Pittsburgh Commercial, May 2, 1874, [p. 4]. Newspapers.com 85479459.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“The Shady Lane home chance.” Daily Post (Pittsburgh), May 7, 1866, p. 1. Newspapers.com 91920255.
Cited for Shady Ave.

Sharpe, Jerry. “Oh, it’s only a paper street, say new city map dotted lines.” Pittsburgh Press, Jan. 21, 1970, p. 17. Newspapers.com 141389963.
Cited for Industrial Highway.

“Sheridan Square name for new Eastend theater: Harris Amusement Co. feels it has made happy selection.” Pittsburg Press, Sept. 14, 1913, p. 3. Newspapers.com 143389437.
Cited for Sheridan Ave.

“Sheridan Square Theater to open on October 20.” Pittsburgh Sunday Post, Sept. 21, 1913, second section, p. 5. Newspapers.com 87974861.
Cited for Sheridan Ave.

“Sheriff’s sales.” Pittsburgh Morning Post, Apr. 2, 1845, [p. 2]. Newspapers.com 88168145.
Cited for S 7th St.

“Sheriff’s sales.” Pittsburgh Morning Post, Apr. 3, 1845, [p. 2]. Newspapers.com 88168179.
Cited for S 7th St.

“Sheriff’s sales.” Daily Pittsburgh Gazette, Apr. 6, 1860, [p. 2]. Newspapers.com 86447161.
Cited for S 7th St.

Shine, Mary. “Fancourt St. gone but new iris strain perpetuates name.” Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, Sept. 4, 1952, p. 23. Newspapers.com 524017536.
Cited for Fancourt St.

Smith & Shiras. “Brewery.” Pittsburgh Gazette, Oct. 17, 1795, p. 3. Newspapers.com 96059917.
Cited for Fort St.

Speer, Kenneth. “Pittsburgh day by day.” Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, June 13, 1951, p. 34. Newspapers.com 524640628.
Cited for Moosehart St.

Speer, Kenneth. “Pittsburgh day by day.” Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, July 3, 1951, p. 22. Newspapers.com 524643166.
Cited for Moosehart St.

“State sets bid date for Chartiers road.” Pittsburgh Press, Aug. 3, 1969, sec. 1, p. 7. Newspapers.com 148201120.
Cited for Industrial Highway.

“The statesmen: A breezy day in Select Council: Mr. McBane’s position on suspending the rules—Forbes street extension—rents from city property.” Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette, Dec. 11, 1883, p. 8. Newspapers.com 85616224.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“State to open Chartiers bids.” Pittsburgh Press, Aug. 25, 1969, p. 3. Newspapers.com 148207524.
Cited for Industrial Highway.

Stauffer, Kathleen. “Pittsburgh rich in postal history, stamp exhibit shows.” Pittsburgh Press, Aug. 25, 1983, Weekender, pp. D-1, D-8. Newspapers.com 146368160, 146368494.
Cited for Try St.

“The Street Committee: Resignation of Chairman Fulton and election of Mr. Thomson—important Point improvements—the Thirty-third street bridge.” Pittsburgh Commercial, June 26, 1875, p. 4. Newspapers.com 85131151.
Cited for 2nd St.

“Street name changes made in 150 cases by council: Members balk postal authorities in some designations: Conflict in titles cause.” Pittsburgh Post, Jan. 22, 1925, pp. 1, 8. Newspapers.com 88486660, 88486701.
Cited for Cola St, Moosehart St.

“Street names sketch history of city: Tribute to many pioneers dimmed by time.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Sept. 26, 1936, anniversary section IV, p. 16. Newspapers.com 88921069.
Cited for 9th St, 12th St, 4th Ave, 5th Ave, Allegheny River Blvd, Allequippa St, Anderson St, Bayard St, Bedford Ave, Bouquet St, Brackenridge St, Braddock Ave, Butler St, Chatham Sq, Craig St, Darragh St, Denny St, Dinwiddie St, E Ohio St, Forbes Ave, Gen. Robinson St, Halket St, Highland Ave, Jumonville St, Kirkpatrick St, Lacock St, Larimer Ave, Monongahela St, Murray Ave, Negley Ave, Smallman St, Smithfield St, Stanwix St, Steuben St, Stockton St, Winebiddle St, Wood St.

“Street nomenclature: The changes proposed by the committee.” Pittsburgh Commercial, Dec. 30, 1873, [p. 4]. Newspapers.com 85549642.
Cited for S 6th St, S 7th St, S 8th St.

“Streets and sewers: Monthly meeting of the Street Committee—an immense amount of business disposed of—the streets at the Point ordered to be paved as a sanitary measure—Duquesne Way to be paved—large number of contracts awarded—pay-rolls approved—routine of business, etc.” Pittsburgh Gazette, Aug. 2, 1873, [p. 4]. Newspapers.com 86342393.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“Strip declares blitz against its Berlin Way: Residents demand renaming to Moran Way.” Pittsburgh Press, July 7, 1942, p. 26. Newspapers.com 143400870.
Cited for Berlin Way, Joan Way.

Swetnam, George. “Diamond St. name defended by history: Forbes never touched it.” Pittsburgh Press, May 7, 1957, pp. 1, 4. Newspapers.com 148045514, 148045722.
Cited for Diamond St, Forbes Ave, Graeme St, Market Pl.

Swetnam, George. “Ferry Street historic, one of oldest in city: Backward switch gives recognition to man undeserving of honor.” Pittsburgh Press, Nov. 25, 1954, p. 16. Newspapers.com 149015965.
Cited for Stanwix St.

Swetnam, George. “Here in Pittsburgh.” Pittsburgh Press, Sept. 29, 1947, p. 15. Newspapers.com 149729673.
Cited for Bates St, Berlin Way, Cuba Way, Joe Hammer Sq, Lauria Way, Liberty Ave, Tokay St.

Swetnam, George. “Pittsburgh’s first steamboat: Sidewheeler New Orleans made riverboat history 150 years ago this week, but Lydia Roosevelt was the attraction.” Pittsburgh Press, Oct. 15, 1961, Pittsburgh’s Family Magazine, pp. 4–6. Newspapers.com 149296972, 149296990, 149297129.
Cited for Try St.

“Tales of old times: When the Southside was a small village amid the woodlands: Memoirs of early residents: The neglected grave of the founder of Birmingham borough: The first church, school and mill.” Pittsburg Dispatch, Mar. 1, 1890, second part, p. 9. Newspapers.com 76218651.
Cited for S 7th St, Jane St, Mary St, Ormsby St, Sarah St, Sidney St.

Tarr, Joel A., and Rosenblum, Anna. “Pittsburgh’s illuminating history: Conversion to LEDs is part of a long quest for bright, efficient streetlights, write Joel A. Tarr and Anna Rosenblum.” The Next Page. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Aug. 7, 2016. https://www.post-gazette.com/opinion/Op-Ed/2016/08/07/The-Next-Page-Pittsburgh-s-conversion-to-LEDs-is-part-of-a-long-quest-for-bright-efficient-streetlights-write-Joel-A-Tarr-and-Anna-Rosenblum/stories/201608070005.
Cited for Gasoline St.

“Tell mayor there are billboards on city property.” Pittsburgh Press, Nov. 2, 1921, p. 14. Newspapers.com 144815116.
Cited for Old Honesty St.

“This week’s playbills: The Sheridan Theater.” Pittsburgh Post, Oct. 21, 1913, p. 10. Newspapers.com 86507051.
Cited for Sheridan Ave.

Thomas, Lillian. “City plays the name game.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Mar. 26, 2001, pp. C-5, C-8. Newspapers.com 90410524, 90410540; http://old.post-gazette.com/regionstate/20010326streetnamesreg6.asp.
Cited for Aidyl Ave, Bates St, Crescent Pl, Dallas Ave, Forbes Ave, Frick Ln, Gen. Robinson St, Hasley Ln, Hot Metal St, Mazeroski Way, Neville St, Parkview Blvd, Stanwix St, Summerset Dr, Waterfront Pl, Wilkins Ave.

Thomas, Lillian. “Cityscape: Panther Hollow: Trails to be extended.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Mar. 22, 1999, p. B-3. Newspapers.com 94309531.
Cited for Boundary St.

Thomas, Lillian. “Pavers rise to challenge on Rialto St.: Slippery slope calls for extra attention.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, June 22, 2004, pp. A-1, A-16. Newspapers.com 91018847, 91018954.
Cited for Rialto St.

Thomas, Lillian. “Plans for trail and soccer fields take many residents by surprise.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Oct. 12, 1998, p. A-11. Newspapers.com 94990822.
Cited for Boundary St.

Thomas, Mary. “Beyond the borders: Art eludes definition in eclectic season.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Sept. 7, 2001, pp. FA-12, FA-13. Newspapers.com 94941155, 94941187.
Cited for Dream St.

“Three boroughs enter city, are given police and fire protection; officers sworn: Knoxville, Westwood, and Carrick part of Pittsburgh: Heads named temporarily.” Pittsburgh Post, Jan. 4, 1927, p. 3. Newspapers.com 86806383.
Cited for Wysox St.

“T. L. Hazlett, Mellon Trust head, dies.” Pittsburgh Press, July 9, 1979, p. A-6. Newspapers.com 147092162.
Cited for Hazlett St.

“To investigate a city office: City assessors said to be doing too much political work: Busy meeting of councils: Select councils pass two resolutions over Brown’s veto: Common was quite lively.” Pittsburg Press, Oct. 29, 1901, p. 11. Newspapers.com 141918282.
Cited for 1st St, 2nd St, Fort St, Greentree Ay.

“Tokay O. K. as new name of Tokio St.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Jan. 21, 1942, p. 5. Newspapers.com 90317572.
Cited for Joan Way, Tokay St.

“Tokio street residents wish change to ‘Tokay.’” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Jan. 7, 1942, p. 15. Newspapers.com 90317075.
Cited for Tokay St.

“Tokio St. to Tokay St.?” Pittsburgh Press, Jan. 7, 1942, p. 32. Newspapers.com 149718122.
Cited for Tokay St.

“Transactions in real estate: Sales by local agents and deeds of transfer recorded.” Pittsburg Press, Mar. 26, 1888, [p. 6]. Newspapers.com 141339769.
Cited for Japonica Way.

“Twenty pages.” Hartford Daily Courant, Feb. 16, 1918, p. 12. Newspapers.com 369550473. Reprinted as “It was an unnamed street,” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Feb. 23, 1918, p. 4 (Newspapers.com 85829743).
Cited for Marne Way.

Unkovich, Zora. “Hills of home: Nature’s towers.” Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, Nov. 22, 1941, p. 13. Newspapers.com 524615669.
Cited for Rialto St.

“Urge equipment of playgrounds: Residents of Arlington Heights ask for improvement at earliest date: Transferring of funds.” Pittsburgh Post, Oct. 23, 1913, p. 2. Newspapers.com 86507073.
Cited for Sheridan Ave.

“Vale Old avenue: A change in name will soon completely destroy its identity: It has had quite a history: Reminiscences of the thoroughfare and district: How the name was given.” Pittsburg Press, July 9, 1899, p. 10. Newspapers.com 141922241.
Cited for 5th Ave, Diamond St.

Vey, E. Kenneth. “The kids’ corner: Rivers powered the early saw mills.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Dec. 4, 2002, p. E-6. Newspapers.com 90164196.
Cited for Saw Mill Run Blvd.

“The viewers’ report: Why the Forbes street opening is to be delayed.” Evening Penny Press, Nov. 25, 1884, p. 1. Newspapers.com 141138525.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

“A visit to Pittsburg: Observations in this city early in the present century: More of Cuming’s sketches: Believed this an unexcelled place for trade and manufacture: Noteworthy people and places.” Pittsburg Post, June 9, 1895, p. 19. Newspapers.com 86400199.
Cited for Forbes Ave, Try St.

Vondas, Jerry. “His street knowledge a lifesaver.” Pittsburgh Press, Sept. 1, 1984, p. B7. Newspapers.com 146563451.
Cited for Rialto St.

“Want names retained of old city streets: Citizens object to changes in time-honored appellations: Speedy action is urged: Committee of councils asked to hasten task of eliminating duplicates.” Pittsburgh Post, Jan. 12, 1910, p. 7. Newspapers.com 93557403.
Cited for 5th Ave, Washington Blvd.

“W. D. Uptegraff dies at Niagara: Former aide of Westinghouse to be buried here.” Pittsburgh Press, Feb. 18, 1929, p. 6. Newspapers.com 146328587.
Cited for Uptegraff St.

“West Liberty becomes Forty-fourth ward: Tunnel land enjoys prosperous era and comes into city without debt: John Price pioneered: Leads movement to bring borough close to city and now he seeks select council.” Pittsburgh Post, Jan. 5, 1908, p. 5. Newspapers.com 86554144.
Cited for Abstract Ave, Dream St, Harmony Ave.

“What might have been.” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, June 8, 1913, fifth section, p. 4. Newspapers.com 85877015.
Cited for Beechwood Blvd.

“Which way did Forbes march into downtown?: What’s difference if it was Penn Ave., Scots group asks about new change.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 8, 1957, Daily Magazine, [p. 4]. Newspapers.com 87918302.
Cited for Forbes Ave.

White, William A. “Fancourt Street.” Pittsburgh Press, Feb. 4, 1955, p. 19. Newspapers.com 148887387.
Cited for Commonwealth Pl, Fancourt St.

White, William A. “Ferry Street.” Pittsburgh Press, Dec. 21, 1954, sec. 2, p. 29. Newspapers.com 148990741.
Cited for Stanwix St.

White, William A. “Stanwix vs. Ferry.” Pittsburgh Press, Jan. 27, 1955, sec. 2, p. 17. Newspapers.com 148896227.
Cited for Stanwix St.

“Wholesale changes: New names are suggested for many streets in Allegheny: Badly mixed nomenclature: The public works committee trying to remedy the trouble now existing—an ordinance which will embrace 125 streets, alleys and places—a reign of confusion.” Pittsburg Press, Feb. 13, 1896, p. 4. Newspapers.com 141574402.
Cited for Old Honesty St.

“Windgap Ave. span replacement OK’d.” Pittsburgh Press, Nov. 19, 1979, p. A-5. Newspapers.com 147146099.
Cited for Industrial Highway.

Woodall, Candy. “Green Tree history recalled as borough marks 125 years.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, June 17, 2010, South Xtra section, pp. S-1, S-6. Newspapers.com 96456160, 96456174; https://www.post-gazette.com/local/south/2010/06/17/Green-Tree-history-recalled-as-borough-marks-125-years/stories/201006170376.
Cited for Greentree Rd.

“World War diary: Streets renamed to reflect sentiment.” Pittsburgh Press, Jan. 20, 1992, p. A2. Newspapers.com 143643807.
Cited for Tokay St.

Wudarczyk, Jude. “Unlikely plaintiff: Lawrenceville historian Jude Wudarczyk unearths the details of a Chippewa woman’s legal fight with the city’s leading men.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Sept. 14, 2014, p. C-7. Newspapers.com 96351259; https://www.post-gazette.com/opinion/Op-Ed/2014/09/14/Next-Page-Unlikely-plaintiff/stories/201408170006.
Cited for Cuba Way.

“W. W. Card is victim of street car: Wealthy manufacturer and engineer meets death near his Penn avenue home: Steps from rear of one car in path of another: Leaves notable record as official in great Westinghouse interests: Gave air brake first test.” Pittsburg Post, Apr. 5, 1903, pp. 1–2. Newspapers.com 86389714, 86389725.
Cited for Card Ln.

“Your street and others: Committee on Public Works authorizes many improvements.” Pittsburg Dispatch, Apr. 17, 1889, p. 2. Newspapers.com 76227402.
Cited for Dunfermline St.

Maps

1764. John Campbell. Plan of lots in Pittsburgh—1764. Reproduced in William G. Johnston, Life and Reminiscences from Birth to Manhood of Wm. G. Johnston, The Knickerbocker Press, New York, 1901 (Google Books N-QEAAAAYAAJ); in George T. Fleming, “Flem’s” Views of Old Pittsburgh: A portfolio of the past precious with memories, Geo. T. Fleming, Pittsburgh, 1905, p. 5 (HathiTrust 011204797, 100770599; Historic Pittsburgh 31735056290277; Internet Archive flemsviewsofoldp00flem; LCCN 08028848); in George T. Fleming, “History from an old map,” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, July 16, 1922, second section, p. 2 (Newspapers.com 85913850); in George T. Fleming, Fleming’s Views of Old Pittsburgh: A portfolio of the past, Crescent Press, Pittsburgh, 1932, p. 10; in George Swetnam, “Ferry Street historic, one of oldest in city,” Pittsburgh Press, Nov. 25, 1954, p. 16 (Newspapers.com 149015965); and in Bob Regan, The Names of Pittsburgh: How the city, neighborhoods, streets, parks and more got their names, The Local History Company, Pittsburgh, 2009, ISBN 978-0-9770429-7-5, p. 57. This map is often called the “military plan of Pittsburgh.”
Cited for 1st Ave, 2nd Ave, 3rd Ave, Chancery Way, Ft. Pitt Blvd, Liberty Ave, Market Pl, Market St, Penn Ave, Stanwix St.

1784. George Woods. A draught of the town plat of Pittsburgh, surveyed for John Penn, Jr., and John Penn, by George Woods, May 31st 1784. Reproduced as “Original plan of Pittsburgh” in plate 19 of Atlas of the cities of Pittsburgh, Allegheny, and the adjoining boroughs, G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia, 1872 (Historic Pittsburgh 1872p019).
Cited for 1st St, 6th St, 7th St, 8th St, 9th St, 10th St, 11th St, 1st Ave, 2nd Ave, 3rd Ave, 4th Ave, 5th Ave, 6th Ave, 7th Ave, Barkers Pl, Cecil Pl, Chancery Way, Commonwealth Pl, Delray St, Diamond St, Evans Way, Fancourt St, Forbes Ave, Ft. Duquesne Blvd, Ft. Pitt Blvd, Fort St, Garrison Pl, Graeme St, Liberty Ave, Market Pl, Market St, Oliver Ave, Penn Ave, Smithfield St, Stanwix St, West St, Wood St.

1784. George Woods. A general draught of the farms and out lots in the Manor of Pittsburgh, situate between the Alleghany and Monongahela Rivers, laid out by order of Tench, Fransis, Esqr. Attorney for John Penn, Jr, and John Penn. Reproduced in plate 17 of Atlas of the cities of Pittsburgh, Allegheny, and the adjoining boroughs, G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia, 1872 (Historic Pittsburgh 1872p017).
Cited for 4th Ave, 5th Ave, Diamond St, Liberty Ave.

1787. John Hills. Plan of the lots laid out at Pittsburg and the Coal Hill. Philadelphia. Historic Pittsburgh DARMAP0464; LCCN 74692580. Reproduced in Emily M. Weaver, The Fort Pitt Block House, History Press, Charleston, S. C., 2013, ISBN 978-1-60949-933-4, p. 40.
Cited for 1st Ave, Barkers Pl, Cecil Pl, Evans Way, Garrison Pl, Wood St.

1788 (published 1863). Reserve tract of land opposite Pittsburgh. L. J. Richards & Co. Historic Pittsburgh DARMAP0084. Reprinted in Dan Rooney and Carol Peterson, Allegheny City: A history of Pittsburgh’s North Side, University of Pittsburgh Press, 2013, ISBN 978-0-8229-4422-5, pp. 2–3. A variation entitled “City of Allegheny 100 years ago” is reprinted in Allegheny City Society, Allegheny City, 1840–1907, Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, S. C., 2007, ISBN 978-0-7385-5500-3, pp. 10–11.
Cited for A St, B St, East St, Kirkbride St, Kunkle Ave, St. Ives St, St. Marks Pl.

1795 (published 1856). George H. Thurston. Fort Pitt in 1795. In George H. Thurston, Directory for 1856–’57, of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Cities, Birmingham, East Birmingham, South & West Pittsburgh, Temperanceville, Manchester, Duquesne and Lawrenceville Boroughs, East Liberty, and Parts of Pitt and Collins Townships, Pittsburgh, 1856, preceding p. iii (Historic Pittsburgh 31735038289074). Reprinted with small variations in Annie Clark Miller, Early Land Marks and Names of Old Pittsburgh: An address delivered before the Pittsburgh Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution at Carnegie Institute, Nov. 30, 1923, Pittsburgh Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution, 1924, p. 35 (Historic Pittsburgh 00awn8211m; Internet Archive earlylandmarksna00mill). For additional copies with small variations, lacking clear publication information, see Historic Pittsburgh DARMAP0201, DARMAP0202.
Cited for 1st Ave, 4th Ave, 5th Ave, Diamond St.

1795 (published 1869). Pittsburgh 1795. Historic Pittsburgh DARMAP0203. Reproduced in George T. Fleming, Fleming’s Views of Old Pittsburgh: A portfolio of the past, Crescent Press, Pittsburgh, 1932, p. 16; in History of Allegheny County Pennsylvania: Including its early settlement and progress to the present time; a description of its historic and interesting localities; its cities, towns and villages; religious, educational, social and military history; mining, manufacturing and commercial interests; improvements, resources, statistics, etc.: Also portraits of some of its prominent men, and biographies of many of its representative citizens, A. Warner & Co., Chicago, 1889, p. 484 (Internet Archive historyofalleghe1889cush); and in Bob Regan, The Names of Pittsburgh: How the city, neighborhoods, streets, parks and more got their names, The Local History Company, Pittsburgh, 2009, ISBN 978-0-9770429-7-5, p. 57.
Cited for 1st Ave, 4th Ave, 5th Ave, Diamond St, Garrison Pl.

1805. William Masson. Plan of Pittsburgh: With the Allegany and Monongohaley Rivers: Shewing there connection into the ohio: Likewise the different vessels built at Pittsburgh: Octor 10th, 1805. Reproduced in George T. Fleming, “Early annals of the port of Pittsburgh: In the days of shipbuilding—curious old map evokes much history—Pittsburgh in 1805 revealed—Stephen Quinon’s story of our ocean commerce—the little square riggers that sailed from Pittsburgh: Some pages from the book of a French savant: Pittsburgh as F. A. Michaux saw it in 1802: Our river commerce of that time—his story of our sailing and other vessels—his meeting with the Chevalier Dubac,” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, July 2, 1922, fifth section, p. 2 (Newspapers.com 85856279); in George T. Fleming, “History from an old map: William Masson’s map of Pittsburgh in 1805 studied and explained—seagoing vessels outlined and old-time residences marked; The vacant tracts outside borough lines noted—a rugged topography indicated; The many ferries of the period,” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, July 9, 1922, fifth section, p. 2 (Newspapers.com 85913400); in Charles Henry Ambler, A History of Transportation in the Ohio Valley: With special reference to its waterways, trade, and commerce from the earliest period to the present time, Arthur H. Clark Co., Glendale, Calif., 1932, p. 95 (HathiTrust 001108773); and in David Halaas and Andrew Masich, “Rediscovering Lewis & Clark,” Western Pennsylvania History, vol. 86, no. 4, winter 2003–04, pp. 12–21 (https://journals.psu.edu/wph/article/view/7563).
Cited for Try St.

1815. Wm. Darby. Plan of Pittsburg and adjacent country. R. Patterson and W. Darby, Philadelphia. Historic Pittsburgh DARMAP0197, DARMAP0198. Reproduced as “Plan von Pittsburg und Umgebungen” in Bernhard, Duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach, Heinrich Luden, ed., Reise Sr. Hoheit des Herzogs Bernhard zu Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach durch Nord-Amerika in den Jahren 1825 und 1826, vol. II, Wilhelm Hoffmann, Weimar, 1828, following p. 200 (Internet Archive reisesrhoheitdes00bern, reisesrhoheitdes00inbern), and hence occasionally attributed to Bernhard.
Cited for 11th St, 12th St, 13th St, 14th St, 15th St, 36th St, 1st Ave, 4th Ave, 5th Ave, 6th Ave, Butler St, Carson St, Cecil Pl, Chancery Way, Diamond St, Evans Way, Liberty Ave, Market Pl, Market St, Mary St, Spring Garden Ave, Try St.

1830. Jean Barbeau and Lewis Keyon. Map of Pittsburgh and its environs. N. B. Molineux, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh DARMAP0576.
Cited for 8th St, 11th St, 14th St, 15th St, 16th St, 36th St, 39th St, 40th St, 1st Ave, 5th Ave, 6th Ave, Barkers Pl, Cecil Pl, Commonwealth Pl, Delray St, Evans Way, Forbes Ave, Garrison Pl, Maddock Pl, Scott Pl, Try St, Wylie Ave.

1835. Lewis Keyon. Map of Pittsburgh and its environs. Historic Pittsburgh DARMAP0577; 1835 layer at http://esriurl.com/pittsburgh.
Cited for 11th St, 36th St, 38th St, 39th St, 40th St, 1st Ave, 5th Ave, 7th Ave, Centre Ave, East St, Forbes Ave, Market Pl, Try St, Wylie Ave.

1850. E. H. Heastings. Map of the county of Allegheny, Pennsylvania. Historic Pittsburgh DARMAP0090.
Cited for 11th St, 5th Ave, S 7th St, Greentree Rd, Spring Garden Ave.

1851. Sidney & Neff and S. McRea. Map of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, with the names of property-holders. Philadelphia. LCCN 2012592150.
Cited for 36th St, 4th Ave, 5th Ave, S 7th St, Browns Hill Rd, Greentree Rd, Point Breeze Pl, Spring Garden Ave.

1852. R. E. McGowin. Map of the cities of Pittsburgh and Allegheny and of the boroughs of South-Pittsburgh, Birmingham, East-Birmingham, Lawrenceville, Duquesne & Manchester etc. Schuchman & Haunlein, Pittsburgh. Hanging in the Pennsylvania Room of the Main (Oakland) Branch of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.
Cited for 8th St, 36th St, 37th St, 38th St, 39th St, 40th St, 43rd St, 1st Ave, 5th Ave, 6th Ave, S 6th St, S 7th St, S 8th St, Bouquet St, Centre Ave, East St, Forbes Ave, Gasoline St, Spring Garden Ave, Ward St, Wylie Ave.

1855. The cities of Pittsburgh and Allegheny, with parts of adjacent boroughs, Pennsylvania. Historic Pittsburgh DARMAP0089; https://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/detail/RUMSEY~8~1~1688~130047; 1855 layer at http://esriurl.com/pittsburgh. In George W. Colton, Colton’s Atlas of the World: Illustrating physical and political geography, J. H. Colton & Co., New York, 1856 (https://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/view/search?q=Pub_List_No%3D0149.000).
Cited for 1st St, 2nd St, 11th St, 1st Ave, 5th Ave, S 6th St, S 7th St, S 8th St, Centre Ave, Chancery Way, East St, Forbes Ave, Fort St, Gasoline St, Maddock Pl, Market Pl, Point Ay, Progress St, Wylie Ave.

1856. R. E. McGowin. Pittsburgh: Engraved from R. E. McGowin’s map for Geo. H. Thurston. Wm. Schuchman & Bro., Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh DARMAP0091.
Cited for 1st St, 2nd St, 8th St, 11th St, 36th St, 37th St, 38th St, 39th St, 40th St, 41st St, 42nd St, 44th St, 1st Ave, 5th Ave, S 6th St, S 7th St, S 8th St, Centre Ave, East St, Forbes Ave, Fort St, Gasoline St, Point Ay.

1862. S. N. & F. W. Beers. Map of Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania. Smith, Gallup & Hewitt, Philadelphia. LCCN 2012592151; 1862 layer at http://esriurl.com/pittsburgh.
Cited for 8th St, 11th St, 36th St, 37th St, 38th St, 39th St, 40th St, 41st St, 42nd St, 43rd St, 44th St, 45th St, 47th St, 48th St, 49th St, 51st St, 1st Ave, 5th Ave, S 6th St, S 7th St, S 8th St, Broadhead Fording Rd, Browns Hill Rd, Dithridge St, East St, Hazlett St, Liberty Ave, Mentor Way, Point Breeze Pl, Spring Garden Ave, Zulema St.

1872. Atlas of the cities of Pittsburgh, Allegheny, and the adjoining boroughs. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1872-atlas-pittsburgh-allegheny; 1872 layer at http://esriurl.com/pittsburgh.
Cited for 2nd St, 8th St, 11th St, 30th St, 31st St, 34th St, 36th St, 38th St, 39th St, 40th St, 41st St, 42nd St, 43rd St, 44th St, 45th St, 46th St, 47th St, 48th St, 50th St, 5th Ave, S 6th St, S 7th St, S 8th St, A St, Aiken Ave, B St, Beechwood Blvd, Boundary St, Browns Hill Rd, Carnegie Pl, Cola St, Dithridge St, East St, Fort St, Gasoline St, Graeme St, Greentree Ay, Hamilton Ave, Kirkbride St, Kunkle Ave, Liberty Ave, Marchand St, Market Pl, Murray Hill Ave, Old Honesty St, Pocusset St, Point Breeze Pl, Revere Way, Spring Garden Ave, St. Ives St, St. Marks Pl, Try St.

1876. Atlas of the cities of Pittsburgh, Allegheny, and the adjoining boroughs. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1876-atlas-pittsburgh-allegheny; included in the 1872 layer at http://esriurl.com/pittsburgh.
Cited for 36th St, 38th St, 39th St, 40th St, 41st St, 42nd St, 43rd St, 44th St, 45th St, 46th St, 47th St, 48th St, 50th St, S 7th St, Carnegie Pl, East St, Hazlett St, Point Breeze Pl.

1882. Atlas of the cities Pittsburgh and Allegheny. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1882-atlas-pittsburgh-allegheny; 1882 layer at http://esriurl.com/pittsburgh.
Cited for 8th St, 34th St, 36th St, S 7th St, A St, Atlanta St, B St, Carnegie Pl, Dithridge St, Dunfermline St, East St, Fort St, Gasoline St, Graeme St, Greentree Ay, Greentree Rd, Hamilton Ave, Japonica Way, Joan Way, Kirkbride St, Marchand St, Market Pl, Neville St, Old Honesty St, Pocusset St, Point Breeze Pl, Sheridan Ave, St. Ives St, St. Marks Pl.

1886. Atlas of the vicinity of the cities Pittsburgh and Allegheny, Pennsylvania. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1886-atlas-pittsburgh-allegheny; included in the 1882 layer at http://esriurl.com/pittsburgh.
Cited for East St, Hazlett St, Moosehart St, Xavier St.

1889. Atlas of the city of Pittsburgh, vol. 1. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1889-volume-1-atlas-pittsburgh; included in the 1890 layer at http://esriurl.com/pittsburgh.
Cited for 8th St, Fort St, Graeme St, Maddock Pl, Market Pl, Scott Pl.

1889. Atlas of the city of Pittsburgh, vol. 2. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1889-volume-2-atlas-pittsburgh; included in the 1890 layer at http://esriurl.com/pittsburgh.
Cited for Dithridge St, Joan Way, Neville St, Revere Way.

1890. Atlas of the city of Pittsburgh, vol. 3. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1890-volume-3-atlas-pittsburgh; included in the 1890 layer at http://esriurl.com/pittsburgh.
Cited for 36th St, Dunfermline St, Simonton St, Xenia Way, Zulu Way.

1890. Atlas of the city of Pittsburgh, vol. 4. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1890-volume-4-atlas-pittsburgh; included in the 1890 layer at http://esriurl.com/pittsburgh.
Cited for Carnegie Pl, Castleman St, Dunfermline St, Japonica Way, Neville St, Pocusset St, Sheridan Ave, Sinnet Way, Slagle St.

1890. Real estate plat-book of the city of Allegheny, vol. 1. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1890-volume-1-plat-book-allegheny; included in the 1890 layer at http://esriurl.com/pittsburgh.
Cited for A St, Atlanta St, B St, Corona St, Kirkbride St, Kunkle Ave, St. Ives St, St. Marks Pl.

1890. Real estate plat-book of the city of Allegheny, vol. 2. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1890-volume-2-plat-book-allegheny; included in the 1890 layer at http://esriurl.com/pittsburgh.
Cited for East St, Old Honesty St.

1893. Insurance Maps of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, vol. 1. Sanborn-Perris Map Co., New York. https://www.loc.gov/item/sanborn07911_003/.
Cited for Fort St.

1895. J. F. Diffenbacher. Map of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Cities. In J. F. Diffenbacher’s Directory of Pittsburg and Allegheny Cities for 1895: Embracing a general directory of residences of citizens, full classified business directory, register of public institutions, benevolent societies and city government; directory of the streets, secret societies, schools and churches, fortieth annual issue, J. F. Diffenbacher, Pittsburgh, 1895 (Google Books 8ptIwuAxp1wC).
Cited for Bouquet St, Pocusset St.

1896. Real estate plat-book of the southern vicinity of Pittsburgh, Penna. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1896%E2%80%93plat-book-southern-pittsburgh; included in the 1890 layer at http://esriurl.com/pittsburgh.
Cited for Abstract Ave, Dream St, Harmony Ave, Xavier St.

1897. Real estate plat-book of the northern vicinity of Pittsburgh. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1897-plat-book-northern-pittsburgh.
Cited for Hazlett St.

1898. Real estate plat-book of the City of Pittsburgh, vol. 1. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1898-volume-1-plat-book-pittsburgh-east.
Cited for Card Ln, Carnegie Pl, Dithridge St, Neville St, Sinnet Way.

1899. Real estate plat-book of the City of Pittsburgh, vol. 2. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1899-volume-2-plat-book-pittsburgh-east.
Cited for Japonica Way, Slagle St.

1900. Real estate plat-book of the City of Pittsburgh, vol. 3. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1900-volume-3-plat-book-pittsburgh.
Cited for 8th St, Fort St, Graeme St, Maddock Pl, Market Pl, Point Ay, Zulu Way.

1900. Real estate plat-book of the south-eastern vicinity of Pittsburgh, Penna.: From official records, private plans and actual surveys. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. https://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1900-map-1-plat-book-south-eastern-pittsburgh; https://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1900-map-2-plat-book-south-eastern-pittsburgh.
Cited for Nollhill St.

1901. Real estate plat-book of the city of Allegheny, vol. 1. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1901-volume-1--plat-book-allegheny.
Cited for Atlanta St, St. Ives St, St. Marks Pl.

1903. Real estate plat-book of the city of Pittsburgh, supplement to vol. 3. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1903-volume-3-supplement-plat-book-pittsburgh-central.
Cited for 8th St, Chancery Way, Fort St, Graeme St, Market Pl.

1904. Real estate plat-book of the city of Pittsburgh, vol. 1. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1904-volume-1-plat-book-pittsburgh; included in the 1903–1906 layer at http://esriurl.com/pittsburgh.
Cited for Brashear St, Card Ln, Carnegie Pl, Dithridge St, Juniata Pl, Sinnet Way, Tuscarora St.

1904. Real estate plat-book of the city of Pittsburgh, vol. 2. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1904-volume-2-plat-book-pittsburgh; included in the 1903–1906 layer at http://esriurl.com/pittsburgh.
Cited for Moosehart St, Slagle St.

1905. Real estate plat-book of the southern vicinity of Pittsburgh. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1905-plat-book-southern-pittsburgh; included in the 1903–1906 layer at http://esriurl.com/pittsburgh.
Cited for Xavier St.

1906. Real estate plat-book of the city of Pittsburgh, vol. 3. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1906-volume-3-plat-book-pittsburgh.
Cited for Zulu Way.

1907. Real estate plat-book of the city of Allegheny, vol. 1. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1907-volume-1-plat-book-allegheny; included in the 1903–1906 layer at http://esriurl.com/pittsburgh.
Cited for Atlanta St, Kunkle Ave, St. Ives St, St. Marks Pl.

1910. Atlas of Greater Pittsburgh. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1910-atlas-greater-pittsburgh; 1910 layer at http://esriurl.com/pittsburgh.
Cited for 8th St, Atlanta St, Card Ln, Carnegie Pl, Corona St, Dithridge St, Dunfermline St, Gasoline St, Graeme St, Japonica Way, Market Pl, Moosehart St, Sinnet Way.

1911. Real estate plat-book of the city of Pittsburgh, vol. 4. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1911-volume-4-plat-book-pittsburgh.
Cited for Carnegie Pl, Sinnet Way.

1914. Pennsylvania Department of Internal Affairs. Warrantee Atlas of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania: Constructed from the records on file in the Department of Internal Affairs, and surveys made on the ground during 1909, 1910, 1912 under the direction of Henry Houck. https://historicpittsburgh.org/collection/warrantee-atlas-allegheny-county-pennsylvania.
Cited for Bellefield Ave, Castleman St.

1914. Real estate plat-book of the city of Pittsburgh, vol. 2. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1914-volume-2-plat-book-pittsburgh.
Cited for Dithridge St, Graeme St, Market Pl, Zulu Way.

1916, revised 1922 and 1928. Plat-book of the city of Pittsburgh, vol. 6. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1916-volume-6-plat-book-pittsburgh-south-side-southern; included in the 1923 layer at http://esriurl.com/pittsburgh.
Cited for Rialto St, Wysox St.

1917, revised 1928. Plat-book of the city of Pittsburgh, vol. 7. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1917-volume-7-plat-book-pittsburgh-south-side-southern; included in the 1923 layer at http://esriurl.com/pittsburgh.
Cited for Xavier St.

1923. Real estate plat-book of the city of Pittsburgh, vol. 1. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1923-volume-1-plat-book-pittsburgh; included in the 1923 layer at http://esriurl.com/pittsburgh.
Cited for Dithridge St, Joan Way, Market Pl, Mentor Way.

1923. Real estate plat-book of the city of Pittsburgh, vol. 2. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1923-volume-2-plat-book-pittsburgh-east-end-south; included in the 1923 layer at http://esriurl.com/pittsburgh.
Cited for Sinnet Way, Sleeth Pl.

1924. Real estate plat-book of the city of Pittsburgh, vol. 3. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1924-volume-3-plat-book-pittsburgh; included in the 1923 layer at http://esriurl.com/pittsburgh.
Cited for Frazee Way, Shuttle Way, Woof Way.

1925. Real estate plat-book of the city of Pittsburgh, vol. 5. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1925-volume-5-plat-book-pittsburgh; included in the 1923 layer at http://esriurl.com/pittsburgh.
Cited for Atlanta St.

1929. Assessment plat-book of the city of Pittsburgh, vol. 10. G. M. Hopkins & Co., Philadelphia. http://historicpittsburgh.org/maps-hopkins/1929-volume-10-assessment-plat-book-pittsburgh-central.
Cited for Chancery Way, Market Pl.

1953. Alexander Gross. Pittsburgh and vicinity: Featuring transit lines and house numbers. Geographia Map Co. Inc., New York. Published with Alexander Gross, The Complete Street Guide to Pittsburgh and 16 Nearby Suburbs: With large map of Pittsburgh and suburbs; streets, house numbers, transportation lines, places of interest, churches, etc., etc., Geographia Map Co. Inc., New York, 1953 (DonsList.net PghStreets1953M).
Cited for Dream St, Xavier St.

City of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh Department of City Planning, GIS Division. https://gis.pittsburghpa.gov/pghmap/. Linked from https://pittsburghpa.gov/innovation-performance/interactive-maps.
Cited for Market Pl.

Pittsburgh Neighborhoods. Pittsburgh Department of City Planning, GIS Division. https://gis.pittsburghpa.gov/pghneighborhoods/. Linked from https://pittsburghpa.gov/innovation-performance/interactive-maps.
Cited for 33rd St, Boundary St, One Wild Pl.

City directories and street guides

1815. James M. Riddle. The Pittsburgh Directory for 1815: Containing the names, professions and residence of the heads of families and persons in business, in the borough of Pittsburgh, with an appendix containing a variety of useful information. James M. Riddle, Pittsburgh. Internet Archive pittsburghdirect00ridd. Republished by the Colonial Trust Co., Pittsburgh, 1905 (Google Books 9ihRAAAAYAAJ; Historic Pittsburgh 00ach3238m); and by Duquesne Smelting Corporation, Pittsburgh, 1940 (Internet Archive pittsburghdirect00repu).
☞ List of streets, p. 130 (Google Books 9ihRAAAAYAAJ; Historic Pittsburgh 00ach3238m; Internet Archive pittsburghdirect00ridd, pittsburghdirect00repu).
Cited for 8th St, 1st Ave, Barkers Pl, Cecil Pl, Chancery Way, Delray St, Evans Way, Maddock Pl, Uptegraff St.

1819. James M. Riddle and M. M. Murray. The Pittsburgh Directory for 1819: Containing the names, professons [sic], and residence of all the heads of families, and persons in business, in the city of Pittsburgh, and its suburbs; and a variety of other useful information. Butler & Lambdin, Pittsburgh. Internet Archive pittsburghdirect00murr.
☞ List of streets, pp. 27–29 (Internet Archive pittsburghdirect00murr).
Cited for 11th St, 1st Ave, Garrison Pl, Graeme St, Maddock Pl.

1826. Samuel Jones. Pittsburgh in the Year Eighteen Hundred and Twenty-Six: Containing sketches topographical, historical and statistical; together with a directory of the city, and a view of its various manufactures, population, improvements, &c. Johnston & Stockton, Pittsburgh. DonsList.net PGH_ALLEGH1826_CDM; Historic Pittsburgh 31735056290285; Internet Archive Pgh1826.
☞ List of streets, pp. 99–101 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735056290285).
Cited for 11th St, 1st Ave, S 7th St.

1837. Isaac Harris. Harris’ Pittsburgh Business Directory, for the Year 1837: Including the names of all the merchants, manufacturers, mechanics, professional [sic], & men of business of Pittsburgh and its vicinity. Isaac Harris, Pittsburgh. DonsList.net PGH1837_BDM; Historic Pittsburgh 00afv6656m, 31735056287505.
☞ List of streets, pp. 21–28 (Historic Pittsburgh 00afv6656m, 31735056287505).
Cited for 1st Ave.

1850. Samuel Fahnestock. Fahnestock’s Pittsburgh Directory for 1850: Containing the names of the inhabitants of Pittsburgh, Allegheny, & vicinity, their occupation, places of business and dwelling houses; also, a list of the public offices, banks, &c. Geo. Parkin & Co., Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723096; Internet Archive fahnestockspitts00unse; LCCN ltf91000003.
Cited for Bouquet St, Fort St.

1856. George H. Thurston. Directory for 1856–’57, of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Cities, Birmingham, East Birmingham, South & West Pittsburgh, Temperanceville, Manchester, Duquesne and Lawrenceville Boroughs, East Liberty, and Parts of Pitt and Collins Townships. George H. Thurston, Pittsburgh. Google Books HwYuAAAAYAAJ; HathiTrust 011562263; Historic Pittsburgh 31735038289074.
☞ Map of Fort Pitt in 1795, preceding p. iii (Historic Pittsburgh 31735038289074).
☞ Street directory, Allegheny, p. xxii (Google Books HwYuAAAAYAAJ; HathiTrust hvd.hn46ja; Historic Pittsburgh 31735038289074).
☞ Street directory, Pittsburgh, pp. xxv–xxvi (Google Books HwYuAAAAYAAJ; HathiTrust hvd.hn46ja; Historic Pittsburgh 31735038289074).
Cited for 1st Ave, Centre Ave, Evans Way, Forbes Ave, Scott Pl, Spring Garden Ave.

1857. George H. Thurston. Directory of Pittsburgh and Vicinity, for 1857–’58. George H. Thurston, Pittsburgh. DonsList.net PGH1857CDM; Historic Pittsburgh 01a894773s.
☞ Street directory, pp. 253–255 (Historic Pittsburgh 01a894773s).
Cited for Hamilton Ave, Palo Alto St.

1858. George H. Thurston. Directory of Pittsburgh and Vicinity, for 1858–’59. George H. Thurston, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735056286630.
Cited for Hamilton Ave.

1859. George H. Thurston. Directory of Pittsburgh & Vicinity for 1859–’60. George H. Thurston, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723062.
Cited for Hamilton Ave.

1860. George H. Thurston. Directory of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Cities: And the adjoining boroughs of Birmingham, East Birmingham, Lawrenceville, Manchester, Duquesne, West Pittsburgh, South Pittsburgh, Monongahela, and Temperanceville; also, of the villages of Brownstown, Minersville, East Liberty, Hatfield, Woodville, Troy Hill, Mt. Washington, Spring Garden, East Pittsburgh & Oakland, together with parts of Pitt, Collins, Peebles, St. Clair, M’Clure, Reserve, Chartiers & Shaler Townships, for 1860–61. George H. Thurston, Pittsburgh. Google Books sAZNAAAAMAAJ, YQYuAAAAYAAJ.
Cited for Hamilton Ave.

1861. George H. Thurston. Directory of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Cities: And the adjoining boroughs of Birmingham, East Birmingham, Lawrenceville, Manchester, Duquesne, West Pittsburgh, South Pittsburgh, Monongahela, and Temperanceville; also, of the villages of Brownstown, Minersville, East Liberty, Hatfield, Woodville, Troy Hill, Mt. Washington, Spring Garden, East Pittsburgh and Oakland, together with parts of Pitt, Collins, Peebles, St. Clair, M’Clure, Reserve, Chartiers and Shaler Townships, for 1861–62. George H. Thurston, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735038288050.
☞ Street directory, pp. 359–362 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735038288050).
Cited for 8th St, Hamilton Ave.

1862. George H. Thurston. Directory of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Cities: And the adjoining boroughs of Birmingham, East Birmingham, Lawrenceville, Manchester, Duquesne, West Pittsburgh, South Pittsburgh, Monongahela, and Temperanceville; also, the villages of Brownstown, Minersville, East Liberty, Hatfield, Woodville, Troy Hill, Mt. Washington, Spring Garden, East Pittsburgh and Oakland; together with parts of Pitt, Collins, Peebles, St. Clair, M’Clure, Reserve, Chartiers and Shaler Townships, for 1862–63. George H. Thurston, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735038289116.
☞ Street directory, pp. 355–358 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735038289116).
Cited for 8th St, Hamilton Ave, Scott Pl.

1863. George H. Thurston. Directory of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Cities, the Adjoining Boroughs and Villages; Also, Parts of the Adjacent Townships, for 1863–’64. Geo. H. Thurston, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723104.
Cited for Hamilton Ave.

1864. George H. Thurston. Directory of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Cities, the Adjoining Boroughs and Villages, Also, Parts of the Adjacent Townships, for 1864–’65. Geo. H. Thurston, Pittsburgh. DonsList.net PGH_ALLEGH1864_CDM; Historic Pittsburgh 05z902933s.
Cited for Hamilton Ave.

1865. George H. Thurston. Directory of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Cities, the Adjoining Boroughs and Villages, Also, Parts of the Adjacent Townships, for 1865–’66. Geo. H. Thurston, Pittsburgh. DonsList.net PghAllegh1865CDM; Historic Pittsburgh 31735055722783.
Cited for Hamilton Ave.

1866. George H. Thurston. Directory of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Cities, the Adjoining Boroughs and Villages, Also, Parts of the Adjacent Townships, for 1866–67. Geo. H. Thurston, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723112.
Cited for Hamilton Ave.

1868. George H. Thurston. Directory of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Cities, the Adjacent Boroughs, Also, Parts of the Adjacent Townships; for 1868–69. Geo. H. Thurston, Pittsburgh. Google Books vwYuAAAAYAAJ; Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723146.
☞ Street directory, pp. 3–9 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723146).
Cited for Hamilton Ave.

1869. George H. Thurston. Directory of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Cities, the Adjacent Boroughs, and Parts of the Adjacent Townships; for 1869–70. Geo. H. Thurston, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735038288522.
☞ Street directory, pp. 3–9 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735038288522).
Cited for Liberty Ave.

1870. George H. Thurston. Directory of Pittsburgh & Allegheny Cities, the Adjacent Boroughs, and Parts of the Adjacent Townships; for 1870–71. Geo. H. Thurston, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723153.
☞ Street directory, pp. 29–35 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723153).
Cited for Liberty Ave.

1871. H. Boone. Directory of Pittsburgh & Allegheny Cities, the Adjacent Boroughs, and Parts of the Adjacent Townships, for 1871–72. Geo. H. Thurston, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735033431283.
☞ Street directory, pp. 29–41 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735033431283).
Cited for Hamilton Ave, Liberty Ave.

1872. H. Boone. Directory of Pittsburgh & Allegheny Cities, the Adjacent Boroughs, and Parts of the Adjacent Townships, for 1872–73. George H. Thurston, Pittsburgh. DonsList.net PghAllegh1872CDM; Historic Pittsburgh 31735055722825.
☞ Street directory, pp. 3–16 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735055722825).
Cited for Liberty Ave.

1875. George H. Thurston and J. F. Diffenbacher. Directory of Pittsburgh and Allegheny for 1875–76: Embracing a general directory of the residences of citizens; a full classified business directory; a register of public institutions, benevolent societies and city governments; a directory of the streets, secret societies, schools and churches. Thurston & Diffenbacher, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735056286960.
☞ Street directory, pp. 5–20 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735056286960).
Cited for 8th St.

1876. George H. Thurston and J. F. Diffenbacher. Directory of Pittsburgh and Allegheny for 1876–7: Embracing a general directory of the residences of citizens, full classified business directory, register of public institutions, benevolent societies and city governments, directory of the streets, secret societies, schools and churches. Thurston & Diffenbacher, Pittsburgh. Google Books 8dkCAAAAYAAJ; Historic Pittsburgh 31735038288480.
☞ Street directory, pp. 6–15 (Google Books 8dkCAAAAYAAJ; Historic Pittsburgh 31735038288480).
Cited for 8th St.

1881. J. F. Diffenbacher. J. F. Diffenbacher’s Directory of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Cities, 1881–82: Embracing a general directory of residences of citizens, full classified business directory, register of public institutions, benevolent societies and city government; directory of the streets, secret societies, schools and churches. Diffenbacher & Thurston, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735038317693.
☞ Street directory, pp. 36–45 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735038317693).
Cited for 8th St.

1882. J. F. Diffenbacher. J. F. Diffenbacher’s Directory of Pittsburgh & Allegheny Cities for 1882–’83: Embracing a general directory of residences of citizens, full classified business directory, register of public institutions, benevolent societies, and city government; directory of the streets, secret societies, schools and churches, twenty-sixth [sic] annual issue. Diffenbacher & Thurston, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735051650889.
☞ Recently changed street names, pp. 29–32 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735051650889).
☞ Street directory, pp. 36–54 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735051650889).
Cited for 8th St, Joan Way, Mentor Way, Pocusset St, Xenia Way, Zulu Way.

1883. J. F. Diffenbacher. J. F. Diffenbacher’s Directory of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Cities, for 1883: Embracing a general directory of residences of citizens, full classified business directory, register of public institutions, benevolent societies and city government; directory of the streets, secret societies, schools and churches, twenty-eighth annual issue. Diffenbacher & Thurston, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735056286713.
☞ Street directory, pp. 36–54 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735056286713).
Cited for Pocusset St, Zulu Way.

1884. J. F. Diffenbacher. J. F. Diffenbacher’s Directory of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Cities, for 1884: Embracing a general directory of residences of citizens, full classified business directory, register of public institutions, benevolent societies and city government; directory of the streets, secret societies, schools and churches, twenty-ninth annual issue. Diffenbacher & Thurston, Pittsburgh. DonsList.net Pgh1884M; Historic Pittsburgh 31735056290798.
☞ Street directory, pp. 36–54 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735056290798).
Cited for Pocusset St, Zulu Way.

1885. J. F. Diffenbacher. J. F. Diffenbacher’s Directory of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Cities, for 1885: Embracing a general directory of residences of citizens, full classified business directory, register of public institutions, benevolent societies and city government; directory of the streets, secret societies, schools and churches, thirtieth annual issue. J. F. Diffenbacher, Pittsburgh. DonsList.net Pgh1885M; Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723187.
☞ Street directory, pp. 36–52 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723187).
Cited for Pocusset St, Zulu Way.

1886. J. F. Diffenbacher. J. F. Diffenbacher’s Directory of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Cities, for 1886: Embracing a general directory of residences of citizens, full classified business directory, register of public institutions, benevolent societies and city government; directory of the streets, secret societies, schools and churches, thirty-first annual issue. J. F. Diffenbacher, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723195.
☞ Street directory, pp. 36–52 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723195).
Cited for Pocusset St, Zulu Way.

1886. A. M. Neeper. Maps and Descriptions of the Election Districts in the Cities of Pittsburgh and Allegheny. W. V. Dermitt & Co., Pittsburgh. Google Books clI_AQAAMAAJ; Historic Pittsburgh 00c595180m.
☞ Changed street names (Google Books clI_AQAAMAAJ; Historic Pittsburgh 00c595180m).
☞ Street directory (Google Books clI_AQAAMAAJ; Historic Pittsburgh 00c595180m).
Cited for Greentree Ay, Pocusset St, Zulu Way.

1887. J. F. Diffenbacher. J. F. Diffenbacher’s Directory of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Cities, for 1887: Embracing a general directory of residences of citizens, full classified business directory, register of public institutions, benevolent societies and city government; directory of the streets, secret societies, schools and churches, thirty-second annual issue. J. F. Diffenbacher, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735056290806.
☞ Street directory, pp. 33–49 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735056290806).
Cited for Pocusset St, Zulu Way.

1888. J. F. Diffenbacher. J. F. Diffenbacher’s Directory of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Cities, for 1888: Embracing a general directory of residences of citizens, full classified business directory, register of public institutions, benevolent societies and city government; directory of the streets, secret societies, schools and churches, thirty-third annual issue. J. F. Diffenbacher, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735056290848.
☞ Street directory, pp. 33–49 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735056290848).
Cited for Pocusset St, Zulu Way.

1889. J. F. Diffenbacher. J. F. Diffenbacher’s Directory of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Cities, for 1889: Embracing a general directory of residences of citizens, full classified business directory, register of public institutions, benevolent societies and city government; directory of the streets, secret societies, schools and churches, thirty-fourth annual issue. J. F. Diffenbacher, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735056286754.
☞ Street directory, pp. 33–51 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735056286754).
Cited for Market Pl, Pocusset St, Zulu Way.

1890. J. F. Diffenbacher. J. F. Diffenbacher’s Directory of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Cities, for 1890: Embracing a general directory of residences of citizens, full classified business directory, register of public institutions, benevolent societies and city government; directory of the streets, secret societies, schools and churches, thirty-fifth annual issue. J. F. Diffenbacher, Pittsburgh. DonsList.net Pgh1890M; Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723211.
☞ Street directory, pp. 33–52 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723211).
Cited for Pocusset St, Zulu Way.

1891. J. F. Diffenbacher. J. F. Diffenbacher’s Directory of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Cities, for 1891: Embracing a general directory of residences of citizens, full classified business directory, register of public institutions, benevolent societies, and city government; directory of the streets, secret societies, schools and churches, thirty-sixth annual issue. J. F. Diffenbacher, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723229.
☞ Street directory, pp. 33–54 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723229).
Cited for Pocusset St, Zulu Way.

1892. J. F. Diffenbacher. J. F. Diffenbacher’s Directory of Pittsburg and Allegheny Cities for 1892: Embracing a general directory of residences of citizens, full classified business directory, register of public institutions, benevolent societies, and city government; directory of the streets, secret societies, schools and churches, thirty-seventh annual issue. J. F. Diffenbacher, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723237.
☞ Street directory, pp. 33–54 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723237).
Cited for Pocusset St, Zulu Way.

1893. J. F. Diffenbacher. J. F. Diffenbacher’s Directory of Pittsburg and Allegheny Cities for 1893: Embracing a general directory of residences of citizens, full classified business directory, register of public institutions, benevolent societies and city government; directory of the streets, secret societies, schools and churches, thirty-eighth annual issue. J. F. Diffenbacher, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723252.
☞ Street directory, pp. 33–54 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723252).
Cited for Pocusset St, Zulu Way.

1894. J. F. Diffenbacher. J. F. Diffenbacher’s Directory of Pittsburg and Allegheny Cities for 1894: Embracing a general directory of residences of citizens, full classified business directory, register of public institutions, benevolent societies and city government; directory of the streets, secret societies, schools and churches, thirty-ninth annual issue. J. F. Diffenbacher, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723260.
☞ Street directory, pp. 33–55 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723260).
Cited for Pocusset St, Zulu Way.

1895. Martha W. Brown Haven. The Pittsburg and Allegheny Blue Book: An elite directory containing prominent professional, literary, business and society families of Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Lawrence, Mercer and Washington Counties, Pennsylvania: Also East Liverpool, Salem and Youngstown, Ohio: June, 1895. Martha W. Brown Haven, Pittsburgh. DonsList.net PGH_ALLEGH1895_BBM; Historic Pittsburgh 09acu4141s.
☞ Street directory, pp. vii–xxxvii (Historic Pittsburgh 09acu4141s).
Cited for Moosehart St, Pocusset St, Zulu Way.

1895. J. F. Diffenbacher. J. F. Diffenbacher’s Directory of Pittsburg and Allegheny Cities for 1895: Embracing a general directory of residences of citizens, full classified business directory, register of public institutions, benevolent societies and city government; directory of the streets, secret societies, schools and churches, fortieth annual issue. J. F. Diffenbacher, Pittsburgh. DonsList.net Pgh1895M; Google Books 8ptIwuAxp1wC; Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723278.
☞ Map of Pittsburgh and Allegheny cities, following p. 2 (Google Books 8ptIwuAxp1wC).
☞ Street directory, pp. 33–55 (Google Books 8ptIwuAxp1wC; Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723278).
Cited for Pocusset St, Zulu Way.

1896. J. F. Diffenbacher. J. F. Diffenbacher’s Directory of Pittsburg and Allegheny Cities for 1896: Embracing a general directory of residences of citizens, full classified business directory, register of public institutions, benevolent societies and city government; directory of the streets, secret societies, schools and churches, forty-first annual issue. J. F. Diffenbacher, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723294.
☞ Street directory, pp. 33–69 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723294).
Cited for Pocusset St, Zulu Way.

1897. J. F. Diffenbacher. J. F. Diffenbacher’s Directory of Pittsburg and Allegheny Cities for 1897: Embracing a general directory of residences of citizens, full classified business directory, register of public institutions, benevolent societies and city government; directory of the streets, secret societies, schools and churches, forty-second annual issue. J. F. Diffenbacher and R. L. Polk & Co., Pittsburgh. DonsList.net Pgh1897M; Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723278.
☞ Street directory, pp. 33–55 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723278).
Cited for Pocusset St, Zulu Way.

1898. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley. Pittsburgh and Allegheny Directory: Adjacent territory and complete business compendium of Allegheny County for 1898, forty-third annual issue. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley, Pittsburgh. DonsList.net PghAllegh1898CDM; Historic Pittsburgh 31735055722874.
☞ Street directory, pp. 33–84 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735055722874).
Cited for Pocusset St, Zulu Way.

1899. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley. Pittsburgh and Allegheny Directory: Adjacent territory and complete business compendium of Allegheny County for 1899, forty-fourth annual issue. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley, Pittsburgh. DonsList.net Pgh1899M; Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723310.
☞ Street directory, pp. 33–85 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723310).
Cited for Pocusset St, Zulu Way.

1900. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley. Pittsburgh, Allegheny City and Allegheny County Business Directory: Allegheny City; Aspinwall; Avalon; Bellevue; Ben Avon; Braddock; Carnegie; Chartiers; Coraopolis; Crafton; Duquesne; East Pittsburg; Edgewood; Elizabeth; Etna; Homestead; Knoxville; Millvale; Mount Oliver; McKees Rocks; McKeesport; North Braddock; Oakmont; Pittsburgh; Rankin; Sewickley; Sharpsburg; Sheraden; Swissvale; Tarentum; Turtle Creek; West Elizabeth; Wilkinsburg; Wilmerding; nineteen-hundred. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley, Pittsburgh. DonsList.net Pgh1900M; Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723336.
☞ Street directory, pp. 17–73 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723336).
Cited for Zulu Way.

1900. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley. Pittsburgh and Allegheny Directory, 1900, forty-fifth annual issue. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley, Pittsburgh. DonsList.net PGH1900CDM; Google Books dBFNAAAAMAAJ; Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723344.
☞ Street directory, pp. 33–87 (Google Books dBFNAAAAMAAJ; Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723344).
Cited for Zulu Way.

1901. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley. Pittsburgh and Allegheny Directory, 1901, forty-sixth annual issue. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley, Pittsburgh. DonsList.net Pgh1901M.
☞ Street directory, pp. 53–108 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723351).
Cited for Zulu Way.

1902. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley. Pittsburgh and Allegheny Directory, 1902, forty-seventh annual issue. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley, Pittsburgh. DonsList.net Pgh1902M; Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723377.
Cited for Zulu Way.

1903. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley. Pittsburgh and Allegheny Directory, 1903, forty-eighth annual issue. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley, Pittsburgh. DonsList.net Pgh1903M; Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723385.
☞ Street directory, pp. 45–131 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723385).
Cited for Uptegraff St, Zulu Way.

1904. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley. Pittsburgh and Allegheny Directory, 1904, forty-ninth annual issue. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735056286911.
Cited for Zulu Way.

1905. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley. Pittsburgh and Allegheny Directory, 1905, fiftieth annual issue. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley, Pittsburgh. DonsList.net Pgh1905M; Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723393.
☞ Street directory, pp. 45–89 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735055723393).
Cited for Uptegraff St, Zulu Way.

1906. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley. Pittsburgh and Allegheny Directory, 1906, fifty-first annual issue. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735056286929.
Cited for Zulu Way.

1907. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley. Pittsburgh and Allegheny Directory, 1907, fifty-second annual issue. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley, Pittsburgh. DonsList.net Pgh1907M; Historic Pittsburgh 31735058193818.
Cited for Zulu Way.

1908. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley. Pittsburgh Directory 1908, fifty-third annual issue. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley, Pittsburgh. DonsList.net Pgh1908M; Historic Pittsburgh 31735058193826.
Cited for Zulu Way.

1909. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley. Pittsburgh Directory 1909, fifty-fourth annual issue. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735056286648.
Cited for Zulu Way.

1910. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley. Pittsburgh Directory 1910, fifty-fifth annual issue. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley, Pittsburgh. DonsList.net Pgh1910M; Historic Pittsburgh 31735058193834.
☞ Street directory, pp. 29–75 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735058193834).
Cited for Sinnet Way, Zulu Way.

1912. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley. Pittsburgh Directory 1912, fifty-seventh annual issue. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley, Pittsburgh. DonsList.net Pgh1912M; Historic Pittsburgh 31735058193842.
☞ Street directory, pp. 21–69 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735058193842).
Cited for Sinnet Way, Zulu Way.

1913. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley. Pittsburgh Directory 1913, fifty-eighth annual issue. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735058193867.
☞ Street directory, pp. 21–69 (Historic Pittsburgh 31735058193867).
Cited for Uptegraff St, Zulu Way.

1914. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley. Pittsburgh Directory 1914, fifty-ninth annual issue. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley, Pittsburgh. DonsList.net Pgh1914M; Historic Pittsburgh 31735058193859.
Cited for Zulu Way.

1915. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley. Pittsburgh Directory 1915, sixtieth annual issue. R. L. Polk & Co. and R. L. Dudley, Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735056286721.
Cited for Zulu Way.

1916. Pittsburgh Street Directory: As revised since the consolidation of the Cities of Pittsburgh and Allegheny. Pittsburgh Printing Co., Pittsburgh. DonsList.net PghStreets1916M; Historic Pittsburgh 00hc14724m.
Cited for Zulu Way.

1916. R. L. Polk & Co. R. L. Polk & Co.’s Pittsburgh City Directory, 1916: Containing an alphabetical list of business firms, corporations followed by their officers, copartnerships giving names of partners, and private citizens with their occupation, business connections and home address, a directory of all churches, public and private schools, benevolent, literary religious and other societies, banks and trust companies, a compendium of the federal government, officers of the state, county and city governments, a street and avenue guide and a complete classified business directory and a “buyers guide”, vol. LXI. R. L. Polk & Co., Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735056291002.
Cited for Zulu Way.

1917. R. L. Polk & Co. R. L. Polk & Co.’s Pittsburgh City Directory, 1917: Containing an alphabetical list of business firms, corporations followed by their officers, copartnerships giving names of partners, and private citizens with their occupation, business connections and home address, a directory of all churches, public and private schools, benevolent, literary, religious and other societies, banks and trust companies, a compendium of the federal government, officers of the state, county and city governments, a street and avenue guide and a complete classified business directory and a “buyers guide”, vol. LXII. R. L. Polk & Co., Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735056291044.
Cited for Zulu Way.

1918. R. L. Polk & Co. R. L. Polk & Co.’s Pittsburgh City Directory, 1918: Containing an alphabetical list of business firms, corporations, followed by their officers, copartnerships giving names of partners, and private citizens with their occupation, business connections and home address, a directory of all churches, public and private schools, benevolent, literary, religious and other societies, banks and trust companies, a compendium of the federal government, officers of the state, county and city governments, a street and avenue guide and a complete classified business directory and a “buyers guide”, vol. LXIII. R. L. Polk & Co., Pittsburgh. DonsList.net Pgh1918M; Historic Pittsburgh 31735056290962.
Cited for Zulu Way.

1919. R. L. Polk & Co. R. L. Polk & Co.’s Pittsburgh City Directory, 1919: Containing an alphabetical list of business firms, corporations, followed by their officers, co-partnerships giving names of partners, and private citizens with their occupation, business connections and home address, a directory of all churches, public and private schools, benevolent, literary, religious and other societies, banks and trust companies, a compendium of the federal government, officers of the state, county and city governments, a street and avenue guide and a complete classified business directory and a “buyer’s guide”, vol. LXIV. R. L. Polk & Co., Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735056291085.
Cited for Zulu Way.

1920. R. L. Polk & Co. R. L. Polk & Co.’s Pittsburgh City Directory, 1920: Containing an alphabetical list of business firms, corporations, followed by their officers, co-partnerships giving names of partners, and private citizens with their occupation, business connections and home address, a directory of all churches, public and private schools, benevolent, literary, religious and other societies, banks and trust companies, a compendium of the federal government, officers of the state, county and city governments, a street and avenue guide and a complete classified business directory and a “buyer’s guide”, vol. LXV. R. L. Polk & Co., Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735056288545.
Cited for Zulu Way.

1921. R. L. Polk & Co. R. L. Polk & Co.’s Pittsburgh City Directory, 1921: Containing an alphabetical list of business firms, corporations, followed by their officers, co-partnerships giving names of partners, and private citizens with their occupation, business connections and home address, a directory of all churches, public and private schools, benevolent, literary, religious and other societies, banks and trust companies, a compendium of the federal government, officers of the state, county and city governments, a street and avenue guide and a complete classified business directory and a “buyer’s guide”, vol. LXVI. R. L. Polk & Co., Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735056288578.
Cited for Zulu Way.

1922. R. L. Polk & Co. Polk’s Pittsburgh City Directory, 1922: Containing an alphabetical list of business firms, corporations followed by their officers, co-partnerships giving names of partners, and private citizens with their occupation, business connections and home address; a directory of all churches, public and private schools, benevolent, literary, religious and other societies, banks and trust companies, a compendium of the federal government, officers of the state, county and city governments, a street and avenue guide, a buyers’ guide and a complete classified business directory, vol. LXVII. R. L. Polk & Co., Pittsburgh. DonsList.net Pgh1922M; Historic Pittsburgh 31735056286762.
Cited for Zulu Way.

1923. J. L. Lewis. Lewis’ Pittsburgh Street & Trolly Guide: Pocket directory of public buildings, office buildings, depots, theatres, hotels, amusement resorts, libraries, parks, hospitals, and all places of interest and importance; Pittsburgh traffic regulations; containing a map of the business section, a ward and district map, and a map of the interurban electric lines. Lewis Publishing Co., Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 15c599171s.
Cited for Zulu Way.

1923. R. L. Polk & Co. Polk’s Pittsburgh City Directory, 1923: Containing an alphabetical list of business firms, corporations followed by their officers, co-partnerships giving names of partners, and private citizens with their occupation, business connections and home address; a directory of all churches, public and private schools, benevolent, literary religious and other societies, banks and trust companies, a compendium of the federal government, officers of the state, county and city governments, a street and avenue guide, a buyers’ guide and a complete classified business directory, vol. LXVIII. R. L. Polk & Co., Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735056286838.
Cited for Zulu Way.

1924. R. L. Polk & Co. Polk’s Pittsburgh City Directory, 1924: Containing an alphabetical list of business firms, corporations followed by their officers, co-partnerships giving names of partners, and private citizens with their occupations, business connections and home address; a directory of all churches, public and private schools, benevolent, literary, religious and other societies, banks and trust companies, a compendium of the federal government, officers of the state, county and city governments, a street and avenue guide, a buyers’ guide and a complete classified business directory, vol. LXIX. R. L. Polk & Co., Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735056286804.
Cited for Zulu Way.

1925. R. L. Polk & Co. Polk’s Pittsburgh City Directory, 1925: Containing an alphabetical list of business firms, corporations followed by their officers, co-partnerships giving names of partners, and private citizens with their occupations, business connections and home address; a directory of all churches, public and private schools, benevolent, literary, religious and other societies, banks and trust companies, a compendium of the federal government, officers of the state, county and city governments, a street and avenue guide, a buyers’ guide and a complete classified business directory, vol. LXX. R. L. Polk & Co., Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735056286796.
Cited for Zulu Way.

1926. R. L. Polk & Co. Polk’s Pittsburgh City Directory, 1926: Containing an alphabetical list of business firms, corporations followed by their officers, co-partnerships giving names of partners, and private citizens with their occupations, business connections and home address; a directory of all churches, public and private schools, a compendium of the federal government, officers of the state, county and city governments, a street and avenue guide, a buyers’ guide and a complete classified business directory, vol. LXXI. R. L. Polk & Co., Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735056286846.
Cited for Zulu Way.

1927. R. L. Polk & Co. Polk’s Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania) City Directory, 1927: Containing an alphabetical list of business firms, corporations followed by their officers, co-partnerships giving names of partners, and private citizens with their occupations, business connections and home address; a directory of all churches, public and private schools, a compendium of the federal government, officers of the state, county and city governments, a street and avenue guide, a buyers’ guide and a complete classified business directory, vol. LXXII. R. L. Polk & Co., Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735056286879.
Cited for Zulu Way.

1928. R. L. Polk & Co. Polk’s Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania) City Directory, 1928: Containing an alphabetical directory of business concerns and private citizens, a street and avenue guide and much information of a miscellaneous character; also a buyers’ guide and a complete classified business directory, vol. LXXIII. R. L. Polk & Co., Pittsburgh. Historic Pittsburgh 31735056286887.
☞ Street directory, pp. 33–120D (Historic Pittsburgh 31735056286887).
Cited for Zulu Way.

1930. R. L. Polk & Co. Polk’s Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania) City Directory, 1930: Including Brentwood and Mount Oliver Boroughs, Banksville and the recent annexations to the City of Pittsburgh known as Brierly Plan, Calhoun Park Plan, Carrick, Crafton Heights, Hays Borough, Knoxville, Lincoln Place, McElhany Plan, Mifflin Township, Overbrook, Parkview Plan, Penn Township, Ross Township and Westwood; containing an alphabetical directory of business concerns and private citizens, a directory of householders, occupants of office buildings and other business places, including a complete street and avenue guide and much information of a miscellaneous character; also a buyers’ guide and a complete classified business directory, vol. LXXV. R. L. Polk & Co., Pittsburgh. DonsList.net Pgh1930CDM; Historic Pittsburgh 31735055722841.
Cited for Court Pl.

1947. Bloom’s Street Guide and Transportation Directory of Pittsburgh and Important Suburbs: Showing streets in the City of Pittsburgh, cross streets, range of street numbers . . . also streets in Wilkinsburg, Edgewood, Swissvale, Bellevue, Avalon, Emsworth, Ben Avon, Crafton, Ingram, Mt. Lebanon, Dormont, Mt. Oliver, Brentwood . . . complete street car and motor bus service available to all nearby boroughs and towns. Steel City Publishing Co., Pittsburgh.
Cited for Chancery Way, Joan Way, Slagle St, Zulu Way.

1953. Alexander Gross. The Complete Street Guide to Pittsburgh and 16 Nearby Suburbs: With large map of Pittsburgh and suburbs; streets, house numbers, transportation lines, places of interest, churches, etc., etc. Geographia Map Co. Inc., New York. DonsList.net PghStreets1953M.
Cited for Chancery Way, Cuba Way, X Way.

City ordinances

1816, no. 22. “An ordinance respecting sundry new streets in the eastern addition to Pittsburgh.” Passed Sept. 28, 1816; re-enacted by ordinance no. 114, passed Apr. 14, 1828; recorded Mar. 13, 1828. Ordinance Book A, p. 125. Google Books sfxOAAAAYAAJ, 3n9hAAAAcAAJ.
Cited for 5th Ave, Diamond St, Forbes Ave, Try St.

1846. “An ordinance for extending Pennsylvania Avenue, and widening Fifth street, between Grant and Wylie.” Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Morning Post, Apr. 30, 1846, p. 2 (Newspapers.com 88168053).
Cited for 5th Ave, Diamond St.

1862. “An ordinance repealing all Ordinances and Resolutions passed during the years 1860 and 1861, relating to the Grading and Paving of Mattock’s Alley.” Passed Jan. 9, 1862. Reprinted in the Daily Pittsburgh Gazette and Commercial Journal, Jan. 18, 1862, p. 4 (Newspapers.com 85632693); and in the Pittsburgh Post, Jan. 17, 1862, p. 2 (Newspapers.com 87565229).
Cited for Maddock Pl.

1868 (Allegheny). “An ordinance changing the name of Spring Garden Plank Road.” Passed Apr. 9, 1868. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Gazette, Apr. 17, 1868, p. 7 (Newspapers.com 86347300).
Cited for Spring Garden Ave.

1868. “An ordinance opening Forbes street.” Passed May 25, 1868. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Gazette, May 28, 1868, p. 5 (Newspapers.com 86350224), May 29, p. 7 (Newspapers.com 86350337), and May 30, p. 7 (Newspapers.com 86350420).
Cited for Forbes Ave.

1868. “An ordinance changing the names of streets.” Passed Aug. 31, 1868. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Gazette, Sept. 2, 1868, p. 5 (Newspapers.com 86347563), Sept. 3, p. 3 (Newspapers.com 86347623), and Sept. 4, p. 3 (Newspapers.com 86347714).
Cited for 1st St, 6th St, 7th St, 8th St, 9th St, 10th St, 11th St, 12th St, 13th St, 14th St, 15th St, 16th St, 17th St, 18th St, 19th St, 20th St, 21st St, 22nd St, 23rd St, 24th St, 25th St, 26th St, 27th St, 28th St, 29th St, 30th St, 31st St, 32nd St, 33rd St, 34th St, 35th St, 36th St, 37th St, 38th St, 39th St, 40th St, 41st St, 42nd St, 43rd St, 44th St, 45th St, 46th St, 47th St, 48th St, 49th St, 50th St, 51st St, 1st Ave, 2nd Ave, 3rd Ave, 4th Ave, 5th Ave, 6th Ave, 7th Ave, Commonwealth Pl, Diamond St, Fancourt St, Fort St, Stanwix St.

1868. “An ordinance for the opening of Hazlett street, Lawrenceville, from the Greensburg Turnpike to Denny street.” Passed Sept. 28, 1868. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Gazette, Oct. 1, 1868, p. 7 (Newspapers.com 86349783), and Oct. 2, p. 7 (Newspapers.com 86349850).
Cited for 34th St.

1869. “An ordinance changing the names of Wylie street, Wylie street extension and Duncan street, and Greensburg Pike and Penn street.” Passed Oct. 25, 1869. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Commercial, Oct. 27, 1869, [p. 4] (Newspapers.com 85541004); and in the Pittsburgh Gazette, Oct. 29, 1869, [p. 4] (Newspapers.com 86354987).
Cited for Penn Ave, Wylie Ave.

1871. “An ordinance authorizing the opening of Forbes street, from Brady street to Shady Lane.” Passed July 10, 1871. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Gazette, July 15, 1871, p. 1 (Newspapers.com 86353221), and July 17, [p. 4] (Newspapers.com 86353243).
Cited for Forbes Ave.

1874. “An ordinance authorizing the opening of Forbes Street Extension, from Boyd street to intersection of Fifth avenue and Ross street.” Passed May 1, 1874. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Daily Gazette, Feb. 13, 1874, [p. 4] (Newspapers.com 86344104).
Cited for Forbes Ave.

1875, no. 7. “An ordinance authorizing the opening of Wyandotte Lane from Fifth avenue to Cub-ba-you-quit alley.” Passed Feb. 27, 1875; approved Mar. 4, 1875. Ordinance Book 4, p. 26. Google Books QblEAQAAMAAJ.
Cited for Cuba Way.

1875, no. 23. “An ordinance authorizing the opening of Forbes street from Shady lane to Hutchison’s road.” Passed Mar. 29, 1875. Ordinance Book 3, p. 546. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Gazette, Apr. 12, 1875, [p. 4] (Newspapers.com 86352080), Apr. 13, [p. 4] (Newspapers.com 86352107), and Apr. 14, [p. 2] (Newspapers.com 86352127).
Cited for Forbes Ave.

1875, no. 107. “An ordinance changing the name of Second street to First street.” Passed Nov. 15, 1875; approved Nov. 20, 1875. Ordinance Book 4, p. 145. Google Books QblEAQAAMAAJ. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Gazette, Dec. 11, 1875, p. 2 (Newspapers.com 86343984).
Cited for 1st St, 2nd St, Fort St.

1875, no. 108. “An ordinance locating Second street.” Passed Nov. 15, 1875; approved Nov. 20, 1875. Ordinance Book 4, p. 146. Google Books QblEAQAAMAAJ. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Gazette, Dec. 11, 1875, p. 2 (Newspapers.com 86343984).
Cited for 1st St, 2nd St.

1875, no. 110. “An ordinance vacating Stanwix street from Penn avenue to Duquesne Way.” Passed Nov. 15, 1875; approved Nov. 20, 1875. Ordinance Book 4, p. 147. Google Books QblEAQAAMAAJ. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Gazette, Dec. 11, 1875, p. 2 (Newspapers.com 86343984).
Cited for 2nd St.

1888, no. 20. “An ordinance changing the name of Wilberforce street, Twentieth ward, to Sheridan street.” Passed June 25, 1888; approved June 28, 1888. Ordinance Book 6, p. 405. Reprinted in the Pittsburg Press, June 30, 1888, [p. 3] (Newspapers.com 141355031), and July 3, [p. 8] (Newspapers.com 141355776).
Cited for Sheridan Ave.

1889, no. 191. “An ordinance locating Forbes street, from Boyd street to Diamond street.” Passed Dec. 30, 1889; approved Jan. 6, 1890. Ordinance Book 7, p. 228. Reprinted in the Pittsburg Dispatch, Jan. 16, 1890, p. 8 (Newspapers.com 76217045), Jan. 17, p. 8 (Newspapers.com 76217072), and Jan. 18, p. 12 (Newspapers.com 76217088); and in the Pittsburg Press, Jan. 16, 1890, [p. 3] (Newspapers.com 141320514), Jan. 17, [p. 6] (Newspapers.com 141320950), and Jan. 18, [p. 3] (Newspapers.com 141321175).
Cited for Forbes Ave.

1889, no. 262. “An ordinance changing the name of Forbes avenue to Forbes street.” Passed Feb. 27, 1889; approved Mar. 7, 1889. Ordinance Book 6, p. 605. Reprinted in the Pittsburg Dispatch, Mar. 18, 1889, p. 5 (Newspapers.com 76226643), Mar. 19, p. 6 (Newspapers.com 76226665), and Mar. 20, p. 7 (Newspapers.com 76226679).
Cited for Forbes Ave.

1890, no. 228. “An ordinance changing the name of Hiland avenue to ‘Highland avenue.’” Passed Jan. 27, 1890; approved Feb. 3, 1890. Ordinance Book 7, p. 255. Reprinted in the Pittsburg Dispatch, Feb. 15, 1890, p. 10 (Newspapers.com 76218074), and Feb. 18, p. 8 (Newspapers.com 78188564).
Cited for Highland Ave.

1890, no. 297. “An ordinance authorizing the opening of Forbes street, from Boyd street to Diamond street.” Passed Feb. 24, 1890; approved Feb. 27, 1890. Ordinance Book 7, p. 320. Reprinted in the Pittsburg Dispatch, Mar. 21, 1890, p. 10 (Newspapers.com 76219456), Mar. 22, p. 10 (Newspapers.com 76219510), and Mar. 24, p. 7 (Newspapers.com 76219661); and in the Pittsburg Press, Mar. 22, 1890, [p. 7] (Newspapers.com 141340997).
Cited for Forbes Ave.

1891, no. 18 (Allegheny). “An ordinance changing the name of D street, in the Sixth ward, to St. Clare terrace.” Passed Aug. 20, 1891; approved Aug. 28, 1891. Reprinted in the Pittsburg Press, Aug. 29, 1891, [p. 7] (Newspapers.com 141355287), Aug. 31, [p. 7] (Newspapers.com 141356027), and Sept. 1, [p. 3] (Newspapers.com 141356173).
Cited for St. Ives St.

1891, no. 49 (Allegheny). “An ordinance changing the grade of St. Clair terrace (formerly D street) from Washington avenue to Morrison avenue.” Passed Oct. 15, 1891; approved Oct. 19, 1891. Reprinted in the Pittsburg Press, Oct. 22, 1891, [p. 5] (Newspapers.com 141477154), and Oct. 24, p. 9 (Newspapers.com 141477333).
Cited for St. Ives St.

1891, no. 245. “An ordinance changing the name of Grazier street to Hamilton avenue.” Passed Apr. 13, 1891; approved Apr. 14, 1891. Ordinance Book 8, p. 7. Reprinted in the Pittsburg Dispatch, Apr. 18, 1891, p. 3 (Newspapers.com 76219752); and in the Pittsburg Press, Apr. 21, 1891, [p. 7] (Newspapers.com 141322479).
Cited for Hamilton Ave.

1894, no. 195. “An ordinance locating Beechwood avenue, from Forbes street to Schenley park bridge, over Forward avenue.” Passed Nov. 12, 1894; approved Nov. 14, 1894. Ordinance Book 10, p. 35. Reprinted in the Pittsburg Press, Nov. 28, 1894, p. 6 (Newspapers.com 141543167), Nov. 30, p. 7 (Newspapers.com 141543447), and Dec. 1, p. 6 (Newspapers.com 141543671).
Cited for Pocusset St.

1895, no. 352. “An ordinance authorizing the opening of Beechwood avenue from Forbes street to Schenley park bridge over Forward avenue and the assessment of damages caused by the grade of the same.” Passed Mar. 18, 1895; approved Mar. 21, 1895. Ordinance Book 10, p. 200. Reprinted in the Pittsburg Press, Apr. 3, 1895, p. 6 (Newspapers.com 141561795), and Apr. 4, p. 4 (Newspapers.com 141561872).
Cited for Pocusset St.

1895, no. 386. “An ordinance changing the names of Cecil alley to Cecil place, Barkers alley to Barker place, Scott alley to Scott place, Maddocks alley to Maddock place, and Garrison alley to Garrison place.” Passed Mar. 18, 1895; approved Mar. 21, 1895. Ordinance Book 10, p. 227. Reprinted in the Pittsburg Press, Apr. 8, 1895, p. 8 (Newspapers.com 141562334), Apr. 9, p. 7 (Newspapers.com 141562391), and Apr. 10, p. 9 (Newspapers.com 141562481).
Cited for Barkers Pl, Cecil Pl, Garrison Pl, Maddock Pl, Scott Pl.

1896, no. 135 (Allegheny). “An ordinance changing the name of Slope alley in the Second ward, to Atlanta street.” Passed Jan. 23, 1896; approved Jan. 27, 1896. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette, Feb. 4, 1896, p. 9 (Newspapers.com 85427002), and Feb. 5, p. 9 (Newspapers.com 85427086); and in the Pittsburg Press, Feb. 4, 1896, p. 5 (Newspapers.com 141574208), Feb. 5, p. 6 (Newspapers.com 141574230), and Feb. 6, p. 6 (Newspapers.com 141574250).
Cited for Atlanta St.

1896, no. 166 (Allegheny). “An ordinance changing and establishing the names of avenues, streets, lanes and alleys in the city of Allegheny.” Passed Mar. 19, 1896; approved Mar. 23, 1896. Reprinted in the Pittsburg Press, Mar. 31, 1896, p. 9 (Newspapers.com 141573537).
Cited for Old Honesty St.

1896, no. 699. “An ordinance changing the name of Forward avenue, from Beechwood avenue to Murray avenue, to ‘Pocussett avenue.’” Passed Jan. 13, 1896; approved Jan. 18, 1896. Ordinance Book 10, p. 527. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette, Jan. 28, 1896, p. 10 (Newspapers.com 85426614); and in the Pittsburg Press, Feb. 4, 1896, p. 7 (Newspapers.com 141574212).
Cited for Forward Ave, Pocusset St.

1896, no. 793. “An ordinance locating Pocussett avenue, from Murray avenue to the east line of Schenley park.” Passed Feb. 28, 1896; approved Mar. 2, 1896. Ordinance Book 11, p. 1. Reprinted in the Pittsburg Press, Mar. 20, 1896, p. 11 (Newspapers.com 141573245), and Mar. 21, p. 7 (Newspapers.com 141573260).
Cited for Pocusset St.

1896, no. 805. “An ordinance authorizing the opening of Pocussett avenue, from Beechwood avenue to the east line of Schenley park, and the assessment of damages caused by the grade of the same.” Passed Mar. 4, 1896; approved Mar. 6, 1896. Ordinance Book 11, p. 10. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette, Mar. 26, 1896, p. 8 (Newspapers.com 85430071); and in the Pittsburg Press, Mar. 30, 1896, p. 9 (Newspapers.com 141573513).
Cited for Pocusset St.

1899, no. 116. “An ordinance changing the name of Old avenue to Diamond street.” Passed June 26, 1899; approved June 27, 1899. Ordinance Book 12, p. 451. Reprinted in the Pittsburg Post, July 8, 1899, p. 7 (Newspapers.com 86443786), and July 10, p. 3 (Newspapers.com 86443812).
Cited for 5th Ave, Diamond St.

1899, no. 206. “An ordinance establishing the grade of Zero alley, from Iowa street to Harold street.” Passed Sept. 25, 1899; approved Sept. 27, 1899. Ordinance Book 12, p. 534. Reprinted in the Pittsburg Post, Oct. 4, 1899, p. 3 (Newspapers.com 86434932), and Oct. 5, p. 7 (Newspapers.com 86435269).
Cited for Zero Way.

1900, no. 440. “An ordinance authorizing the opening of Forbes street from what is known as the Hutchison Road, being distant eastwardly about twelve hundred and eighty (1280) feet from Dallas avenue to the city line, and the assessment of damages caused by the grade of the same.” Passed Mar. 12, 1900; approved Mar. 17, 1900. Ordinance Book 13, p. 91. Reprinted in the Pittsburg Post, Mar. 24, 1900, p. 6 (Newspapers.com 86431891), Mar. 26, p. 7 (Newspapers.com 86432931), and Mar. 27, p. 7 (Newspapers.com 86433131).
Cited for Forbes Ave.

1901, no. 49. “An ordinance establishing the grade of Fennis alley, from Hastings street to a point 140 feet north of Selwyn street.” Passed Apr. 29, 1901; approved May 3, 1901. Ordinance Book 13, p. 628. Reprinted in the Pittsburg Press, May 20, 1901, p. 9 (Newspapers.com 141344907).
Cited for Sinnet Way.

1901, no. 109. “An ordinance changing the name of certain avenues, streets and alleys in the City of Pittsburgh.” Passed June 24, 1901; approved June 28, 1901. Ordinance Book 14, p. 30. Reprinted in the Pittsburg Post, July 8, 1901, p. 9 (Newspapers.com 86389546), and July 9, p. 9 (Newspapers.com 86389638); and in the Pittsburg Press, July 11, 1901, p. 9 (Newspapers.com 141376761), July 12, p. 11 (Newspapers.com 141353714), and July 13, p. 4 (Newspapers.com 141353981).
Cited for Forward Ave, Pocusset St, Revere Way.

1901, no. 376. “An ordinance authorizing the vacation of Second street, from Penn avenue to Duquesne way.” Passed Nov. 25, 1901; approved Dec. 6, 1901. Ordinance Book 14, p. 249. Reprinted in the Pittsburg Post, Dec. 11, 1901, p. 7 (Newspapers.com 86389443); and in the Pittsburg Press, Dec. 14, 1901, p. 5 (Newspapers.com 141826074).
Cited for 2nd St, Fort St.

1901, no. 377. “An ordinance authorizing the vacation of First street, from Penn avenue to Duquesne way.” Passed Nov. 25, 1901; approved Dec. 6, 1901. Ordinance Book 14, p. 251. Reprinted in the Pittsburg Post, Dec. 11, 1901, p. 7 (Newspapers.com 86389443); and in the Pittsburg Press, Dec. 11, 1901, p. 12 (Newspapers.com 141825301).
Cited for 1st St, Fort St.

1901, no. 378. “An ordinance authorizing the vacation of Greentree alley, from Penn avenue to Duquesne way.” Passed Nov. 25, 1901; approved Dec. 6, 1901. Ordinance Book 14, p. 252. Reprinted in the Pittsburg Post, Dec. 11, 1901, p. 7 (Newspapers.com 86389443); and in the Pittsburg Press, Dec. 10, 1901, p. 7 (Newspapers.com 141824959), and Dec. 11, p. 12 (Newspapers.com 141825301).
Cited for Fort St, Greentree Ay.

1904, no. 464. “An ordinance changing the name of Virgin alley, between Liberty avenue and Grant street, to Oliver avenue.” Passed Mar. 21, 1904; approved Mar. 23, 1904. Ordinance Book 15, p. 643. Reprinted in the Pittsburg Post, Mar. 29, 1904, p. 5 (Newspapers.com 86367651), and Mar. 30, p. 12 (Newspapers.com 86367963); and in the Pittsburg Press, Apr. 1, 1904, p. 3 (Newspapers.com 141920276), Apr. 2, p. 3 (Newspapers.com 141921016), and Apr. 4, p. 7 (Newspapers.com 141922988).
Cited for Oliver Ave.

1909, no. 177. “An ordinance approving and accepting the dedication of Edith street, from Greenleaf street to Rutledge street; Crooked alley, from Greenleaf street to Shaler street; and Orlena alley, from Greenleaf street to Rutledge street.” Passed July 12, 1909; approved July 13, 1909. Ordinance Book 20, p. 455. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post, July 23, 1909, p. 3 (Newspapers.com 86421513), July 24, p. 3 (Newspapers.com 86421691), and July 26, p. 3 (Newspapers.com 86422280).
Cited for Crooked Way.

1909, no. 375. “An ordinance changing and establishing the names of certain avenues, streets, lanes and alleys in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth wards of the city of Pittsburgh (formerly known as the boroughs of West Liberty and Beechview).” Passed Oct. 14, 1909; approved Oct. 20, 1909. Ordinance Book 20, p. 614. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post, Nov. 11, 1909, p. 8 (Newspapers.com 86421216), and Nov. 12, p. 11 (Newspapers.com 86421491).
Cited for Abstract Ave, Dream St, Harmony Ave, Queensboro Ave.

1910, no. 715. “An ordinance changing the names of certain avenues, streets, lanes and alleys in the City of Pittsburgh.” Passed Mar. 31, 1910; approved Apr. 5, 1910. Ordinance Book 21, p. 342. Google Books doQzAQAAMAAJ. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post, Apr. 19, 1910, pp. 10–11 (Newspapers.com 86611990, 86612022), Apr. 20, pp. 10–11 (Newspapers.com 86612278, 86612297), and Apr. 21, pp. 10–11 (Newspapers.com 86612601, 86612625).
Cited for 6th St, 7th St, 8th St, 9th St, Beechwood Blvd, Billiard Way, Brashear St, Commonwealth Pl, Delray St, Fancourt St, Gasoline St, Graeme St, Juniata Pl, Kirkbride St, Kunkle Ave, Market Pl, N Lincoln Ave, Old Honesty St, Progress St, Rialto St, Simonton St, Sinnet Way, Sleeth Pl, St. Ives St, Stanwix St, Washington Blvd.

1910, no. 716. “An ordinance establishing the names of the avenues, streets, lanes and alleys in the City of Pittsburgh.” Passed Mar. 31, 1910; approved Apr. 5, 1910. Ordinance Book 21, p. 359. Google Books doQzAQAAMAAJ. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post, Apr. 29, 1910, pp. 12–16 (Newspapers.com 86616256, 86616285, 86616314, 86616333, 86616343), and Apr. 30, pp. 12–16 (Newspapers.com 86616643, 86616672, 86616694, 86616726, 86616748).
Cited for 9th St, Barkers Pl, Crooked Way, Market Pl, Mentor Way, Uptegraff St, Zero Way, Zulu Way.

1911, no. 558. “An ordinance changing the names of certain streets, avenues and alleys in the City of Pittsburgh.” Passed Feb. 14, 1911; approved Feb. 16, 1911. Ordinance Book 22, p. 498. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post, Mar. 10, 1911, p. 13 (Newspapers.com 86499788), and Mar. 11, p. 13 (Newspapers.com 86499822).
Cited for Crooked Way, Progress St.

1913, no. 223. “An ordinance changing the name of William Pitt boulevard, between Putnam street and Schenley Park bridge, to Beechwood boulevard.” Passed May 20, 1913; veto overridden June 3, 1913. Ordinance Book 25, p. 244. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post, June 7, 1913, p. 12 (Newspapers.com 87978845), and June 9, p. 10 (Newspapers.com 86542586).
Cited for Beechwood Blvd.

1913, no. 266. “An ordinance changing the name of Lynndale avenue, between Irwin avenue and property line, Twenty-first ward, to North Lincoln avenue.” Passed June 10, 1913. Ordinance Book 25, p. 292. Google Books WngzAQAAMAAJ.
Cited for N Lincoln Ave.

1914, no. 177. “An ordinance changing the name of Sheridan street, between Penn avenue and Center avenue, to ‘Sheridan Square.’” Passed May 19, 1914; approved May 22, 1914. Ordinance Book 26, p. 100. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post, May 25, 1914, p. 10 (Newspapers.com 86501858), and May 26, p. 14 (Newspapers.com 86501876).
Cited for Sheridan Ave.

1914, no. 202. “An ordinance changing the names of certain avenues, streets and alleys in the City of Pittsburgh.” Passed June 16, 1914; approved June 17, 1914. Ordinance Book 26, p. 136. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post, June 23, 1914, [p. 15] (Newspapers.com 86550844).
Cited for Dream St.

1914, no. 223. “An ordinance changing the name of Ellesmere street, in the Second ward, between Liberty avenue and Duquesne way, to ‘Eighth street.’” Passed June 30, 1914; approved July 1, 1914. Ordinance Book 26, p. 161. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post, July 9, 1914, p. 8 (Newspapers.com 86509927), and July 10, p. 10 (Newspapers.com 86509947).
Cited for 8th St.

1914, no. 245. “An ordinance changing the name of Drummond street, between Fifth avenue and Byng street, to ‘McMasters way.’” Passed July 7, 1914; approved July 8, 1914. Ordinance Book 26, p. 187. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post, July 15, 1914, p. 13 (Newspapers.com 86510040).
Cited for Market Pl.

1914, no. 360. “An ordinance designating the names of five unnamed alleys in the City of Pittsburgh.” Passed Oct. 13, 1914; approved Oct. 16, 1914. Ordinance Book 26, p. 307. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post, Oct. 23, 1914, p. 10 (Newspapers.com 88653962), and Oct. 24, p. 13 (Newspapers.com 88653997).
Cited for Dream St.

1914, no. 372. “An ordinance changing the names of certain streets in the City of Pittsburgh.” Passed Oct. 20, 1914; approved Oct. 22, 1914. Ordinance Book 26, p. 319. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post, Oct. 31, 1914, p. 10 (Newspapers.com 88654234).
Cited for Graeme St, Market Pl.

1914, no. 402. “An ordinance changing the name ‘alley’ on every thoroughfare in the City of Pittsburgh to ‘way.’” Passed Nov. 10, 1914; approved Nov. 16, 1914. Ordinance Book 26, p. 360. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post, Nov. 23, 1914, p. 11 (Newspapers.com 86505785), and Nov. 24, p. 12 (Newspapers.com 86505809).
Cited for Chancery Way, Crooked Way, Evans Way, Japonica Way, Kunkle Ave, Mentor Way, Revere Way, Sinnet Way, Zero Way.

1915, no. 117. “An ordinance changing the names of certain avenues, streets and ways in the City of Pittsburgh.” Passed Apr. 28, 1915; approved Apr. 29, 1915. Ordinance Book 26, p. 615. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post, May 7, 1915, sporting section, p. 4 (Newspapers.com 88028157), May 8, p. 15 (Newspapers.com 88028802), and May 10, p. 11 (Newspapers.com 88030672).
Cited for 6th St, 7th St, 9th St, Dunfermline St.

1919, no. 192. “An ordinance granting unto the Estate of Henry Rea, Jr., his heirs, successors and assigns, the right to build, construct, maintain and use a certain brick, steel and reinforced concrete warehouse, structure or building over and across Gasoline street at a point from the southerly line of Second avenue to a point on the northerly line of Greenough street, in the First ward of the City of Pittsburgh, subject to the terms and conditions of this ordinance.” Passed June 23, 1919; approved June 26, 1919. Ordinance Book 30, p. 353. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post, July 2, 1919, p. 19 (Newspapers.com 87698296).
Cited for Gasoline St.

1919, no. 324. “An ordinance changing the name of Warp way, between North Euclid avenue and North St. Clair street, to Frazee way.” Passed Sept. 29, 1919; approved Oct. 2, 1919. Ordinance Book 30, p. 542. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post, Oct. 11, 1919, p. 18 (Newspapers.com 87630100), and Oct. 13, p. 12 (Newspapers.com 87630590).
Cited for Frazee Way.

1920, no. 97. “An ordinance opening South Dunfermline Street, in the Fourteenth Ward, from Reynolds Street to a point 165.25 feet southwardly therefrom and providing that the cost, damanges and expenses occasioned thereby be assessed against and collected from properties benefited thereby.” Passed Mar. 15, 1920; approved Mar. 23, 1920. Ordinance Book 31, p. 260. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post, Apr. 2, 1920, p. 17 (Newspapers.com 87630358).
Cited for Dunfermline St.

1921, no. 157. “An ordinance opening South Dunfermline street, in the Fourteenth ward of the City of Pittsburgh, from the northerly line of Reynolds street to a point 257.66 feet southwardly therefrom; establishing the grade thereon and providing that the cost, damages and expenses occasioned thereby be assessed against and collected from properties benefited thereby.” Passed May 2, 1921; approved May 9, 1921. Ordinance Book 32, p. 281. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post, May 17, 1921, p. 15 (Newspapers.com 87222431).
Cited for Dunfermline St.

1925, no. 175. “An ordinance changing the names of certain avenues, streets and ways in the City of Pittsburgh.” Passed Apr. 20, 1925; approved Apr. 22, 1925. Ordinance Book 36, p. 299. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post, Apr. 27, 1925, p. 15 (Newspapers.com 88691643), and Apr. 28, [p. 21] (Newspapers.com 88691689).
Cited for Cola St, Moosehart St.

1925, no. 260. “An ordinance accepting the dedication of certain property in the Fourteenth ward of the City of Pittsburgh for public use for highway purposes, opening and naming the same Card lane, and establishing the grade thereon.” Passed June 23, 1925; approved June 27, 1925. Ordinance Book 36, p. 370. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post, July 2, 1925, p. 19 (Newspapers.com 88696003), and July 3, p. 17 (Newspapers.com 88696059).
Cited for Card Ln.

1926, no. 532. “An ordinance changing the names of certain avenues, streets and ways in the City of Pittsburgh.” Passed Oct. 18, 1926; approved Oct. 20, 1926. Ordinance Book 37, p. 649. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post, Oct. 23, 1926, p. 19 (Newspapers.com 88200629), and Oct. 25, p. 15 (Newspapers.com 88200723).
Cited for Cuba Way.

1927, no. 205. “An ordinance changing the names of certain Streets, Lanes, Alleys and Ways in the City of Pittsburgh.” Passed Mar. 21, 1927; approved Mar. 26, 1927. Ordinance Book 38, p. 408. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post, Apr. 1, 1927, p. 18 (Newspapers.com 88713906), and Apr. 2, p. 18 (Newspapers.com 88713926).
Cited for 2nd Ave, Blvd of the Allies.

1927, no. 391. “An ordinance naming an unnamed way in the Twenty-sixth Ward of the City of Pittsburgh, from Mayfield Avenue to Rivet Way and laying between Shelton Avenue and Leland Street ‘Quartz Way’ and establishing the grade thereon.” Passed May 9, 1927; approved May 12, 1927. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post, May 20, 1927, p. 19 (Newspapers.com 88715326).
Cited for Quartz Way.

1927, no. 392. “An ordinance changing the names of certain streets and ways in the City of Pittsburgh.” Passed May 9, 1927; approved May 12, 1927. Ordinance Book 38, p. 619. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post, May 19, 1927, p. 23 (Newspapers.com 88715306), and May 20, p. 19 (Newspapers.com 88715326).
Cited for Brashear St, Juniata Pl.

1929, no. 706. “An ordinance approving ‘Raleigh Square Plan of Lots’ in the Twenty-ninth Ward of the City of Pittsburgh, laid out by the Raleigh Square Land Company, accepting the dedication of Almont Street, Biscayne Drive, Biscayne Place, Edgar Street, Nice Way, Olivet Street, Olivet Way, Rex Way, Valera Street, Windfall Way and Wysox Street as shown thereon for public use for highway purposes, opening and naming the same; fixing the width and position of the sidewalks and roadway of Almont Street, Biscayne Drive, Biscayne Place, Edgar Street, Olivet Street, Olivet Way, Rex Way, Valera Street, Windfall Way and Wysox Street.” Passed Nov. 4, 1929; approved Nov. 9, 1929. Ordinance Book 42, p. 83. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Nov. 15, 1929, p. 29 (Newspapers.com 89854115), and Nov. 16, p. 30 (Newspapers.com 89854323); and in the Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, Nov. 16, 1929, p. 19 (Newspapers.com 522951392).
Cited for Wysox St.

1930, no. 11. “An ordinance changing the name of Wylie Avenue, between Fifth Avenue and Sixth Avenue, to ‘Court Place.’” Passed Feb. 3, 1930; approved Feb. 5, 1930. Ordinance Book 42, p. 244. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Feb. 10, 1930, p. 29 (Newspapers.com 89867379), and Feb. 11, p. 31 (Newspapers.com 89867451).
Cited for Court Pl.

1930, no. 100. “An ordinance changing the names of certain avenues, streets, roads, alleys and ways in the 31st Ward of the City of Pittsburgh (formerly a portion of Mifflin Township).” Passed Mar. 24, 1930; approved Mar. 31, 1930. Ordinance Book 42, p. 388. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Apr. 7, 1930, p. 27 (Newspapers.com 88824970), and Apr. 8, p. 31 (Newspapers.com 88825039).
Cited for Interboro Ave, Mifflin Rd, Nollhill St, X Way.

1932, no. 119. “An ordinance changing the name of Sheridan Street, from Penn Avenue to Highland Park, Eleventh Ward, to ‘Sheridan Avenue.’” Passed Apr. 18, 1932; approved Apr. 21, 1932. Ordinance Book 44, p. 539. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Apr. 23, 1932, p. 28 (Newspapers.com 90309544), and Apr. 25, p. 22 (Newspapers.com 90309838).
Cited for Sheridan Ave.

1932, no. 229. “An ordinance changing the name of California avenue, as shown on the Dr. W. Dills Plan of Lots and as at present improved, from Sedgwick street to the first angle west of Sedgwick street, to ‘Kunkle avenue’ and re-establishing the grade thereof, from Doll way to the first angle west of Sedgwick street.” Passed July 11, 1932; approved July 18, 1932. Ordinance Book 44, p. 657. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, July 23, 1932, p. 20 (Newspapers.com 91104861).
Cited for Kunkle Ave.

1933, no. 121. “An ordinance changing the names of certain avenues, streets, roads and ways in the City of Pittsburgh.” Passed May 29, 1933; approved May 31, 1933. Ordinance Book 45, p. 241. Reprinted in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, June 5, 1933, p. 25 (Newspapers.com 89887815), and June 6, p. 23 (Newspapers.com 89888832).
Cited for Brashear St, Josephine St, Moosehart St, Sleeth Pl.

1942, no. 40. “An ordinance changing the name of Tokio street, between Perchment street and Calistoga street, to ‘Tokay street’; and Japan way, between Harding street and Herron avenue, to ‘Joan way.’” Passed Feb. 2, 1942; approved Feb. 4, 1942. Ordinance Book 52, p. 253. Reported in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Feb. 9, 1942, p. 18 (Newspapers.com 88917378), and Feb. 10, p. 20 (Newspapers.com 88917458).
Cited for Joan Way, Tokay St.

1946, no. 365. “An ordinance naming an Unnamed Way in the 19th Ward, from Cuthbert Street to Guerdon Way, Lauria Way.” Passed Aug. 19, 1946; approved Aug. 30, 1946. Ordinance Book 54, p. 372. Reported in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Sept. 9, 1946, p. 19 (Newspapers.com 89659782).
Cited for Lauria Way.

1950, no. 185. “An ordinance vacating Slagle St., from Howe street to Walnut street.” Passed Apr. 10, 1950; approved Apr. 17, 1950. Ordinance Book 56, p. 522.
Cited for Slagle St.

1950, no. 349. “An ordinance vacating Evans Way between Duquesne Way and Liberty Avenue.” Passed July 21, 1950; approved July 24, 1950. Ordinance Book 56, p. 644. Reported in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, July 27, 1950, p. 17 (Newspapers.com 89437351).
Cited for Evans Way.

1952, no. 251. “An ordinance accepting the dedication of certain property in the Sixteenth Ward of the City of Pittsburgh for the opening of Mary Jane Street from Jane Street to Mary Street, opening and naming the same, fixing the width and position of the roadway and sidewalks thereof with provisions for slopes, landscaping, retaining walls and steps, and establishing the grade thereof.” Passed June 30, 1952; approved July 7, 1952. Ordinance Book 58, p. 176. Reported in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, July 10, 1952, p. 18 (Newspapers.com 88656076).
Cited for Mary Jane St.

1952, no. 265. “An ordinance vacating Fancourt Street from a line one-hundred (100) feet South of Duquesne Way to Liberty Avenue as laid out in the Woods Plan, abandoning the existing water line and sewer located on Fancourt Street between said points and providing certain terms and conditions.” Passed July 21, 1952; approved July 24, 1952. Ordinance Book 58, p. 189. Reported in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, July 25, 1952, p. 21 (Newspapers.com 88656390).
Cited for Fancourt St.

1952, no. 337. “An ordinance changing the names of Duquesne Way, between Barbeau Street and Eleventh Street, to Fort Duquesne Boulevard, and Water Street, between the west line of Short Street and Grant Street, to Fort Pitt Boulevard.” Passed Sept. 15, 1952; approved Sept. 22, 1952. Ordinance Book 58, p. 246. Reported in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Sept. 24, 1952, p. 27 (Newspapers.com 90006522), and Sept. 25, p. 22 (Newspapers.com 89447679); and in the Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, Sept. 27, 1952, p. 16 (Newspapers.com 524017067).
Cited for Ft. Duquesne Blvd, Ft. Pitt Blvd.

1952, no. 412. “An ordinance vacating First Avenue from Liberty Avenue to Short Street and West Street from Water Street to Liberty Avenue and abandoning the sewers and water lines indicated on said streets between said points.” Passed Oct. 27, 1952; approved Oct. 31, 1952. Ordinance Book 58, p. 292. Reported in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Nov. 4, 1952, p. 18 (Newspapers.com 89453488); and in the Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, Nov. 1, 1952, p. 15 (Newspapers.com 524430020).
Cited for West St.

1954, no. 179. “An ordinance accepting the dedication of Point Breeze Court as shown on the ‘Charles Hall Plan of Lots’ in the Fourteenth Ward of the City of Pittsburgh laid out by Charles Hall for public highway purposes, opening and changing the name thereof to Point Breeze Place, fixing the width and position of the roadway and sidewalks thereof, establishing the grade thereof, accepting the grading, paving, curbing and sewering of the same, and accepting the sewering on a 15.0 foot casement extending from the northerly terminus of Point Breeze Place to June Way.” Passed June 1, 1954; approved June 4, 1954. Ordinance Book 59, p. 307. Reported in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, June 9, 1954, p. 22 (Newspapers.com 90127539), and June 10, p. 19 (Newspapers.com 90127704).
Cited for Point Breeze Pl.

1955, no. 2. “An ordinance changing the name of Ferry Street between Fort Pitt Boulevard and Liberty Avenue to Stanwix Street.” Passed Jan. 10, 1955; approved Jan. 12, 1955. Ordinance Book 59, p. 571. Reported in the Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, Jan. 15, 1955, p. 13 (Newspapers.com 524202598).
Cited for Stanwix St.

1956, no. 236. “An ordinance vacating Try street, in the First Ward of the City of Pittsburgh, from the northerly line of Water Street southwardly to the northerly line of the property of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.” Passed June 18, 1956; approved June 26, 1956. Ordinance Book 60, p. 525. Reprinted (as bill no. 774) in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 19, 1956, p. 17 (Newspapers.com 90900128), and May 26, p. 15 (Newspapers.com 90818637); and in the Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, June 2, 1956, p. 11 (Newspapers.com 523901843). Reported in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, June 28, 1956, p. 29 (Newspapers.com 91071766), and June 29, p. 30 (Newspapers.com 91072283); and in the Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, June 30, 1956, p. 11 (Newspapers.com 524023092).
Cited for Try St.

1957, no. 267. “An ordinance changing the name of Diamond Street, between Stanwix Street and Forbes Street, to Forbes Avenue.” Passed July 29, 1957; approved Aug. 2, 1957. Ordinance Book 61, p. 263. Reported in the Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, Aug. 10, 1957, p. 10 (Newspapers.com 524005035), and Aug. 12, p. 20 (Newspapers.com 524019331).
Cited for Forbes Ave.

1967, no. 385. “An ordinance vacating Maple Street, from Turner Road to Railroad Avenue; an unnamed Way, 20.00 feet wide, from Xavier Street to Railroad Avenue; Xavier Street, from Maple Street to the easterly line of Bell’s Run Road; also a portion of an Unnamed Way (inadvertently called Water Alley), between Xavier Street and Federal Street, lying without the line of Bell’s Run Road, all as shown in the Homestead Park Plan of Lots in the Twenty-eighth Ward of the City of Pittsburgh.” Passed Aug. 4, 1967; approved Aug. 7, 1967. Ordinance Book 69, p. 102. Reported in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Aug. 16, 1967, p. 36 (Newspapers.com 88194825), and Aug. 17, p. 38 (Newspapers.com 88194882); and in the Pittsburgh Press, Aug. 16, 1967, p. 80 (Newspapers.com 148663907), and Aug. 17, p. 45 (Newspapers.com 148665536).
Cited for Xavier St.

Other

Aiken, Henry. “Brick-Machine.” U. S. patent 459,878, Sept. 22, 1891. http://pdfpiw.uspto.gov/.piw?Docid=00459878, https://patents.google.com/patent/US459878A.
Cited for Aiken Ave.

Andrews, J. C. Untitled letter. Printed in Frank C. Harper, “Pittsburgh day by day,” Pittsburgh Press, Jan. 8, 1929, p. 2 (Newspapers.com 146342285).
Cited for Cuba Way.

Birdsong, Shelley. “Pittsburgh and Castle Shannon Railroad (Overbrook Trolley Line): HAER no. PA-410.” Historic American Engineering Record, National Park Service, 1996. https://www.loc.gov/item/pa3483/.
Cited for Cola St.

Blackley, Katie. “Rope magnate Mary Irwin operated one of the city’s largest industries.” 90.5 WESA, Mar. 19, 2019. https://www.wesa.fm/post/rope-magnate-mary-irwin-operated-one-citys-largest-industries.
Cited for Irwin Ave, Rope Way.

Blackley, Katie. “Why are there so many ‘run roads’ in the Pittsburgh region?” 90.5 WESA, June 21, 2019. https://www.wesa.fm/post/why-are-there-so-many-run-roads-pittsburgh-region.
Cited for Saw Mill Run Blvd, Woods Run Ave.

Bothwell, Margaret Pearson. “Devereux Smith, fearless pioneer.” Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, vol. 40, no. 4, winter 1957, pp. 277–291. https://journals.psu.edu/wph/article/view/2584.
Cited for Aiken Ave, Castleman St, Smithfield St.

“Code of Ordinances of the Borough of Aspinwall, Appendix H, ‘Streets and sidewalks.’” Borough of Aspinwall. https://ecode360.com/31331395.
Cited for Aidyl Ave.

Cridlebaugh, Bruce S. “43rd St Bridge 1870.” Pghbridges.com: Bridges & tunnels of Allegheny County & Pittsburgh, PA, Nov. 16, 2000. http://pghbridges.com/pittsburghE/0587-4480/43rd.htm.
Cited for 43rd St.

Cridlebaugh, Bruce S. “Field notes: Changing Pittsburgh street names—from downtown to Lawrenceville.” Pghbridges.com: Bridges & tunnels of Allegheny County & Pittsburgh, PA, Feb. 9, 2000. http://pghbridges.com/articles/fieldnote_pghstnames.htm.
Cited for 1st St, 6th St, 7th St, 8th St, 9th St, 10th St, 11th St, 12th St, 13th St, 14th St, 15th St, 16th St, 17th St, 18th St, 19th St, 20th St, 21st St, 22nd St, 23rd St, 24th St, 25th St, 26th St, 27th St, 28th St, 29th St, 30th St, 31st St, 32nd St, 33rd St, 36th St, 37th St, 38th St, 39th St, 40th St, 41st St, 42nd St, 43rd St, 44th St, 45th St, 46th St, 47th St, 48th St, 49th St, 50th St, Barkers Pl, Cecil Pl, Commonwealth Pl, Evans Way, Fancourt St, Fort St, Garrison Pl, Liberty Ave, Point Ay, Scott Pl, Smithfield St, Stanwix St.

Dahlinger, Charles W. “Fort Pitt.” Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, vol. 5, no. 2, Apr. 1922, pp. 87–122. https://journals.psu.edu/wph/article/view/1281.
Cited for Ft. Duquesne Blvd.

Dahlinger, Charles W. “Old Allegheny.” Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, vol. 1, no. 4, Oct. 1918, pp. 161–223. https://journals.psu.edu/wph/article/view/1165.
Cited for Spring Garden Ave.

Davis, Mrs. Elvert M. “The letters of Tarleton Bates 1795–1805.” Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, vol. 12, no. 1, Jan. 1929, pp. 32–53. https://journals.psu.edu/wph/article/view/1476.
Cited for Bates St.

Denniston, Eliza O. “Book reviews.” The Index, vol. 19, no. 14, Oct. 3, 1908, pp. 9, 18. Google Books g2dJAQAAMAAJ.
Cited for Market Pl.

Dithridge, Edward. “Design for a Lamp-Chimney.” U. S. design patent 2,726, Aug. 6, 1867. http://pdfpiw.uspto.gov/.piw?Docid=D0002726, https://patents.google.com/patent/USD2726S.
Cited for Dithridge St.

Dithridge, Edward. “Design for a Reflector.” U. S. design patent 2,727, Aug. 6, 1867. http://pdfpiw.uspto.gov/.piw?Docid=D0002727, https://patents.google.com/patent/USD2727S.
Cited for Dithridge St.

Dithridge, Edward. “Improved Bouquet-Holder.” U. S. patent 53,279, Mar. 20, 1866. http://pdfpiw.uspto.gov/.piw?Docid=00053279, https://patents.google.com/patent/US53279A.
Cited for Dithridge St.

Dithridge, Edward. “Improved Process of Manufacturing Silvered Glassware.” U. S. patent 70,325, Oct. 29, 1867. http://pdfpiw.uspto.gov/.piw?Docid=00070325, https://patents.google.com/patent/US70325A.
Cited for Dithridge St.

Dithridge, Edward. “Improvement in Annealing Glassware.” U. S. patent 38,930, June 16, 1863. http://pdfpiw.uspto.gov/.piw?Docid=00038930, https://patents.google.com/patent/US38930A.
Cited for Dithridge St.

Dithridge, Edward. “Improvement in Molds for Making Lamp-Chimneys.” U. S. patent 124,343, Mar. 5, 1872. http://pdfpiw.uspto.gov/.piw?Docid=00124343, https://patents.google.com/patent/US124343A.
Cited for Dithridge St.

Dithridge, Edward. “Improvement in Surgical Instruments for the Relief of the Piles.” U. S. patent 115,285, May 30, 1871. http://pdfpiw.uspto.gov/.piw?Docid=00115285, https://patents.google.com/patent/US115285A.
Cited for Dithridge St.

Dithridge, Edward. “Lamp-Chimney.” U. S. patent 95,667, Oct. 12, 1869. http://pdfpiw.uspto.gov/.piw?Docid=00095667, https://patents.google.com/patent/US95667A.
Cited for Dithridge St.

Dithridge, Edward. “Pot for Glass-Making.” U. S. patent 31,011, Jan. 1, 1861. http://pdfpiw.uspto.gov/.piw?Docid=00031011, https://patents.google.com/patent/US31011A.
Cited for Dithridge St.

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