Postwar Pittsburgh Architecture Bibliography

Compiled by Martin Aurand, Architecture Librarian and Archivist

A selected bibliography of original sources, published writings, and web sites documenting Pittsburgh's Postwar architecture (plus a few earlier modern buildings). Archival collections and holdings as well as architects' Web sites are noted when known to be or when plausibly relevant. Some electronic full-text documents are included. Most newspaper articles are excluded. A section of general citations is followed by a section of citations arranged alphabetically by architect, and then arranged more randomly by building. This bibliography was compiled to support increasing public interest in this topic, and to support the work of the course 48-350: Postwar Modern Architecture in the Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture. This is a work in progress: additions and corrections are welcomed.

  • American Institute of Architects. Pittsburgh Chapter. Yearbook.  2 vols. Pittsburgh: The Chapter, 1970, 1971.
     
  • Aurand, Martin. The Spectator and the Topographical City. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2006.

  • Bourke-White, Margaret. “Mellon’s Miracle: The Head of Pittsburgh’s First Family Leads His City into a Renaissance,” Life 40:20 (May 14, 1956), 151-159.

  • Carnegie Institute of Technology Dept. of Architecture. Buildings by Pedagogs. Pittsburgh: 1965. [Robert H. Burdett, Felix Ralph Reinhold Drury, Delbert Highlands, William S. Huff, Maxwell G. Mayo, John Pekruhn, James Nessly Porter, Paul Schweikher, Robert S. Taylor, Troy E. West]

  • Cunningham, James V. "Jane Jacobs Visits Pittsburgh." New City (September 15, 1962), 4-7.

  • Donnelly, Lu et al.  Buildings of Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania. Charlottesvilles, VA: University of Virginia Press, 2010.

  • Equitable Builds A Gateway. Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives.

  • “Forum: Pittsburgh’s Renaissance Revisited.” Journal of Urban History 41:1 (January 2015). 3-46.

  • Grantmyre, Laura. "Selling Pittsburgh as America’s Renaissance City." Journal Of Urban History 41:1 (January 2015), 5-13.

  • Grantmyre, Laura. Visual Representations of Redevelopment in Pittsburgh's Hill District, 1943-1968. Phd. Dissertation, University of Pittsburgh, 2014

  • Gutheim, Frederick Albert. “Projects Without Plans.” Architectural Forum 106 (February 1957), 146-150, 250.

  • Horsbrugh, Patrick. Pittsburgh Perceived; A Critical Review of Form, Features and Feasibilities of the Prodigious City. Pittsburgh: Department of City Planning, 1963.

  • Kelly, Scott. "The City and Its Problems: Pittsburgh." Industrial Design 15:4 (May 1968), 56-58.

  • Lorant, Stefan. Pittsburgh; The Story of an American City. [various publishers and editions], 1964. See especially chapter 10. "Rebirth."

  • Lowe, Jeanne R. Cities in a Race with Time: Progress and Poverty in America's Renewing Cities. New York: Random House, 1967. See especially chapter 3. "The New Coalition: Pittsburgh's Action Formula Saves a City."

  • Lubove, Roy. Twentieth-Century Pittsburgh. New York: Wiley, 1969; University of Pittsburgh Press, 1996.

  • Martin, Park H. "Pittsburgh--City of New Pioneers." The Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine 38:1-2 (Spring 1955), 57-69.

  • "Mr. Mellon's Patch," Time 54 (October 3, 1949), cover, 11-14.

  • Mitchell and Ritchey. Pittsburgh in Progress. Pittsburgh: Kaufmann's, 1947. Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives.

  • Moses, Robert. Arterial Plan for Pittsburgh. [Pittsburgh]: 1939. Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives.

  • Muller, Edward K. "Downtown Pittsburgh: Renaissance and Renewal." In Patrick, Kevin J. and Joseph L. Scarpaci, Jr. eds. A Geographic Perspective of Pittsburgh and the Alleghenies. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2006. 7-20.

  • Penna, Anthony N. "Changing Images of Twentieth-Century Pittsburgh." Pennsylvania History 43:1 (January 1976), 48-63.
  • "Pittsburgh's Mayor Discusses Urban Design at Harvard Conference." Charette 36:5 (May 1956), 23-25.

  • Tafuri, Manfredo. "The Disenchanted Mountain: The Skyscraper and the City." In The American City From the Civil War to the New Deal. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1983. 487-494.
  • Tannler, Albert M. A List of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County Buildings and Architects, 1950-2005. Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation, 2005.
     
  • Tannler, Albert M. Pittsburgh Architecture in the Twentieth Century: Notable Modern Buildings and Their Architects. Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation, 2013.

  • Thomas, Clarke M.  Witness to the Fifties: The Pittsburgh Photographic Library, 1950-1953.  Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1999.

  • Toker, Franklin. Buildings of Pittsburgh. Chicago: Society of Architectural Historians. 2007.
     
  • Toker, Franklin. Pittsburgh: A New Portrait. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2009.


Altenhof and Bown

Scaife Hall, Carnegie Institute of Technology

Pennsylvania State Office Building

  • “Office buildings.”  Architectural Record 121 (March 1957), 227-249.
  • “Pittsburgh State Office Building Most Recent Addition to Golden Triangle.”  Charette 36:8 (August 1956), 17.

Moorhead Federal Building (with Prack and Prack)

Smithfield-Liberty Garage

Barnes, Edward Larrabee

The Edward Larrabee Barnes Collection, Special Collections, Frances Loeb Library, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University

Scaife Gallery, Carnegie Museum of Art

  • “The Sarah M. Scaife Gallery.”  Carnegie Magazine 46:1 (January 1972), 5-[14].
  • Schmertz, M. F.  “Sarah M. Scaife Gallery Addition to Pittsburgh's Carnegie institute.”  Architectural Record 152 (August 1972), 43, 87-90.
  • “Sarah Scaife Gallery, Museum of Art.”  Carnegie Magazine 48:8-9 (October-November 1974), whole issue.
  • “Barnes gratia artis.”  Progressive Architecture 56 (March 1975), 26-27.
  • “The Scaife Gallery...Let there Be Light…”  Architectural Record 158:7 (November 1975), 87-[92].
  • “Geometry for Continuity.”  Space Design 250 (July 1985), [12]-31.
  • McCoy, Esther and Barbara Goldstein.  Guide to U.S. Architecture, 1940-1980.  Santa Monica, Calif.: Arts + Architecture Press, 1982.  62.
  • Edward Larrabee Barnes Museum Designs.  Katonah, N.Y.: The Katonah Gallery, 1987.
  • Edward Larrabee Barnes, Architect.  New York: Rizzoli, 1994
Berndtson, Peter and Cornelia Brierly

Peter Berndtson Collection, Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives

The Frank Lloyd Wright Collection, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University

Sheon, Aaron. The Architecture of Peter Berndtson (exhibit catalog). University of Pittsburgh, 1971.

Miller, Donald and Aaron Sheon. Organic Vision: The Architecture of Peter Berndtson. Pittsburgh: The Hexagon Press, 1980.

Van Trump, James D. "Architecture and the Pittsburgh Land: The Buildings of Peter Berndtson." Life and Architecture in Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation, 1983. 64-68.

Guggenheimer, Tobias. A Taliesin Legacy: The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright's Apprentices. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1995. 98-101.

Rosenblum, Charles.  “Precedent and Principle: The Pennsylvania Architecture of Peter Berndtson and Cornelia Brierly.”  Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly 10:2 (Spring 1999), 12-15.

Brierly, Cornelia.  Tales of Taliesin: A Memoir of Fellowship.  Tempe, AZ: Arizona State University, 1999.

Parker, Cynthia Jean. "Architecture and Utopia: Cornelia Brierly and the Taliesin Fellowship." Phd. Dissertation, Northern Arizona University, 2005.

Landis house

Steinberg house

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: drawings, photographs, miscellaneous
  • “House in the Round: A Residence for Dr. and Mrs. Abram Steinberg.”  Charette 31:3 (March 1951), 18-19.
  • “Three Contemporary Houses.”  Charette 33:5 (May 1953), cover, 9-11.

Weinberger house

Fineman house

Lipkind house

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: drawings, photographs, miscellaneous
  • “Recipe for a House.”  Charette 37:3 (March 1957), 20-21.
  • Tannler, Albert M. Four Extraordinary Pittsburgh Houses, 1889-1979. Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation, 2011. 16-21.
  • Coleman, Brian D. “Shelter: A House Designed by Pittsburgh Architects Peter Berndtson and Cornelia Brierly, Who Studied with Wright, is Carefully Preserved.” Old–House Interiors 17:6 (November/December 2011), 36-41.

Mount Washington Project

Marshall house

Douglas house
  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: drawings, photographs, miscellaneous
  • Van Trump, James D.  “A Few Words on Architectural Fitness and Some Recent Suburban Houses in Pennsylvania.” Charette 43:1 (January 1963), 6-11.
  • Van Trump, James D.  “The House Made with Hands: Recent Houses by Pennsylvania Architects.”  Charette 45:11 (November 1965), 10-15.

Breuer, Marcel

Marcel Breuer Papers, 1920-1986, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution

Marcel Breuer Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries

Hyman, Isabelle. Marcel Breuer, Architect: The Career and the Buildings. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 2001.

Thompson house - Wonderwood (Ligonier/Rector) (Breuer)

  • L'architecture d'aujourd'hui 23 (September 1952), 8-9.
  • Marcel Breuer: Sun and Shadow: The Philosophy of an Architect. New York: Dodd, Mead & Company. 88, 92, 96-97, 101.
  • Driller, Joachim. Breuer Houses. London: Phaidon, 2000. 263.
Celli-Flynn

Celli-Flynn Collection, Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives

Celli, Flynn Brennan (firm Web site)

Community College of Allegheny County - Boyce Campus

  • American Institute of Architects. Pittsburgh Chapter. Yearbook. Pittsburgh: The Chapter, 1970. 100.

McKeesport High School

  • “McKeesport Senior High School.”  Charette 41:1 (January 1961), 8-9.

McKeesport Municipal Building

Hillman Library, University of Pittsburgh

Forbes Quadrangle (Posvar Hall), University of Pittsburgh (with Kuhn Newcomer & Valentour / Campbell Green Cunzolo)

Kelly Elementary School (Wilkinsburg)

  • Mohney, Edwin J.  “Schools Part II: Kelly Elementary School.”  Charette 50-4 (July-August 1970), 24-25.

Hamerschlag house, Carnegie Institute of Technology (Carnegie Mellon University)

St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church (South Side)

  • Unger, Anne Jean.  “In the Shadow of the Steel Mills.”  Charette 34:7 (July 1954), 8-11.
  • "St. Peter’s Church, Pittsburgh, Pa.”  Architectural Record 118:6 (December 1955), 172-173.
  • Peterson, Ann C. et al. "Reflections of Changing Taste in Pittsburgh Architecture." Carnegie Magazine 31:1 (January 1957), 27-32.
  • “Emerging Patterns of Pittsburgh Church Construction 1950-1961.”  Charette 41:9 (September 1961), 18-26.

St. Lazarus Oratory

  • [advertisement]. Charette 44:7 (July 1964), cover 2.
  • American Institute of Architects. Pittsburgh Chapter. Yearbook. Pittsburgh: The Chapter, 1970. 101.

Skybus

Michael R. Cozza and Associates

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Beechview Branch

  • "New Branch Library of Beechview." Carnegie Magazine 41:6 (June 1967), 193.

Curry and Martin

Carnegie Mellon University Fraternities

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: drawings, etc.
  • Carnegie Mellon University Archives
  • American Institute of Architects. Pittsburgh Chapter. Yearbook. Pittsburgh: The Chapter, 1970.
  • “Fraternity Houses….” Charette 51:2 (March/April 1971), 6-7.
  • “Design for a Variety of Campus Life Styles.”  Architectural Record 151 (January 1972), 115-[132].
  • “Verbindungshäuser Carnegie-Mellon University.”  Baumeister 71 (March 1974), 266-268.  Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives.

Columbus School

Curtis and Davis

Curtis and Davis Collection, Southeastern Architectural Archive, Tulane University Library

Davis, Arthur Q.  It Happened by Design: The Life and Work of Arthur Q. Davis.  Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi in association with the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, University of New Orleans, 2009.

IBM Building (United Steelworkers Building)

  • “New IBM Building to Rise in Pittsburgh.” Charette 42:1 (January 1962), 21.
  • “IBM's exterior-truss walls: the new IBM building for Pittsburgh.” Progressive Architecture 43 (September 1962), 162-7.
  • “New Pittsburgh Test: Steel Shows off a Wide Range of Strengths in the Multicolor Structure of the IBM Building.”  Architectural Forum 117 (December 1962), 115.
  • “Welded Truss Walls of Tailored Steels -- Big Building Breakthrough.”  Welding Design and Fabrication 36:3 (March 1963), 43-46.
  • “Bureaux, laboratoires et usines I.B.M. aux États-Unis et en Europe.” Architecture d'aujourd'hui 34:111 (December 1963 –January 1964), 40-50.
  • Modern Architecture U.S.A.: Presented by the Museum of Modern Art and the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts.  New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1965.  n.p. [#66].
  • Dixon, John Morris.  “I.B.M. Thinks Twice.”  Architectural Forum 124:2 (March 1966), [32]-[39].
  • “Curtis & Davis: Design Firm Case Study.”  Contract Interiors 126:7 (February 1967), [100]-147.
  • Condit, Carl W. American Building: Materials and Techniques from the Beginning of the Colonial Settlements to the Present. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1968. 198, illustration 72.
  • Harwood, John. The Interface: IBM and the Transformation of Corporate Design, 1945-1976. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2011. 136-137.
  • "Interview with Leslie E. Roberston." CLOG: World Trade Center (2014), 56.
  • Frampton, Adam, Guy Nordenson, and Brett Schneider. "Unseen World Trade Center." CLOG: World Trade Center (2014), 64-65.
  • May, Kyle. "World Trade Center Lineage." CLOG: World Trade Center (2014), 90-91.
  • Boake, Terri Meyer. Diagrid Structures: Systems / Connections / Details. Basel: Birkhauser, 2014. 9, 25-27, 33, 96, 182.
Deeter and Ritchey / Deeter Ritchey Sippel Associates  

Mitchell & Ritchey Collection, Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives

DRS job list 1949-1973

DRS Architects (firm Web site)

Lower Hill Development / Washington Plaza Apartments

  • see Pei, I.M.

University of Pittsburgh Campus Master Plan

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: miscellaneous
  • Morgan, James D. "Should Pittsburgh Save Forbes Field." Architectural Record (July 1971), 119-122.
  • University Art Gallery. Planning the Pitt Campus: Dreams and Schemes Never Realized. Pittsburgh: University Art Gallery, 1993. Section M.

Men’s Dormitories (Tower Dormitories / Litchfield Towers), University of Pittsburgh

Allegheny Center

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives:  miscellaneous
  • “Allegheny Center Apartments, Pittsburgh.”  Architectural Record (January 1963), 163.
  • Brem, Ralph. "Allegheny Center...Renaissance on the North Side." Pittsburgh Press Sunday Roto (May 19, 1963), cover, 20-21.
  • Van Trump, James D.  “A Document of the New Urban Order: The Commercial Area of Allegheny Center, Pittsburgh.”  Charette 46 (August 1966), [10]-14.
  • American Institute of Architects. Pittsburgh Chapter. Yearbook. Pittsburgh: The Chapter, 1970. 75-76.

Three Rivers Stadium (demolished)

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives:  drawings, miscellaneous
  • “Coming Up: End Runs and Pop Flies on the Ohio: Pittsburgh and Allegheny County Stadium Designed by Deeter and Ritchey.”  Progressive Architecture 43 (March 1962), 84.
  • “Neues stadion in Pittsburgh.”  Werk 54 (March 1967), 170.

Research/Computer Building, Carnegie Mellon University (Wean Hall)

Telecomputer Center, Westinghouse Electric Corporation

  • see also Noyes, Eliot & Associates

Westinghouse Nuclear Center

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: booklet; brochures
  • “1750 Scientists Camouflaged on the Meadow…Westinghouse Nuclear Center.”  Contract Interiors 132:2 (September, 1972), 94-101.
  • American Institute of Architects. Pittsburgh Chapter. Yearbook. Pittsburgh: The Chapter, 1970. 77.
Press C. Dowler & William C. Dowler, Associates Bell Telephone Company Headquarters
  • American Institute of Architects. Pittsburgh Chapter. Yearbook.  Pittsburgh: The Chapter, 1970.
  • Pittsburgh Art in Public Places: Downtown Walking Tour.  Pittsburgh: Office of Public Art, 2006, 2008.
Eggers & Higgins; Irwin Clavan; Clarke and Rapuano Clarke and Rapuano Records, 1940-1993. Cornell University Library Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections

Clarke and Rapuano Landscape Architecture Collection, New York Historical Society

Gateway Center

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: booklet, photographs, etc.
  • Records of Gateway Center (Pittsburgh, Pa.), Library and Archives, Heinz History Center
  • “Gateway Center.” Charette 31:44 (April 1951), cover, 9-12.
  • “Office towers in a Park...Gateway Center, the Eken-Dowling Equitable Life Slum Clearance Redevelopment at the Point of Pittsburgh's Golden Triangle.”  Architectural Forum 99 (December 1953), 112-116.
  • Colker, Rachel Balliet. “Gaining Gateway Center: Eminent Domain, Redevelopment, and Resistance.”   Pittsburgh History 78:3 (1995), 134-144.
  • Birnbaum, Charles A.  Pioneers of American Landscape Design.  New York: McGraw-Hill, 2000.  [see Michael Rapuano entry]
  • Aurand, Martin.  The Spectator and the Topographical City.  Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2006.
  • "Gateway Renaissance Historic District." National Register of Historic Places Registration Form, 2012.
  • Stevens, Sara. Developing Expertise: Architecture and Real Estate in Metropolitan America. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2016. 113-139.

Elting, Winston

“Stornoway” house at Ligonier

  • “Purposefully Regional Architecture.” Architectural Record 137 (Jan. 1965), [135]-142.
  • “Architectural Record Houses of 1965: Country house in Ligonier.” Architectural Record 137 (Mid-May 1965), 82-85.
Giffels Associates, Inc.

PPG Allison Park Research Center

  • American Institute of Steel Construction. Architectural Awards of Excellence. New York: American Institute of Steel Construction.1975. 8-9.

Griswold, Winters, and Swain

Ralph E. Griswold, GWSM, Inc. Collection, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

Grandview Avenue Observation Platforms

  • American Institute of Architects. Pittsburgh Chapter. Yearbook. Pittsburgh: The Chapter, 1971. 115.

Griswold, Winters, Swain and Mullin; Stotz, Hess, MacLachlan & Foster; Gordon Bunshaft of SOM

Ralph E. Griswold, GWSM, Inc. Collection, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

MacLachlan, Cornelius & Filoni (firm Web site for Stotz sucessor firm)

Point State Park

  • Griswold, R. E.  “Our Pittsburgh Landscape from Penn's Woods to Point Park.”  Carnegie Magazine 25 (April 1951), 114-18.
  • “Pittsburgh’s New Point.” Charette 32:11 (November 1952), 15-17.
  • Griswold, Ralph E.  “From Fort Pitt to Point Park: A Turning Point in the Physical Planning of Pittsburgh.”  Landscape Architecture 46 (July 1956), 193-202.
  • Stotz, Charles M. "Point State Park: Birthplace of Pittsburgh." Carnegie Magazine 38:1 (January 1964), cover, 15-20.
  • Van Trump, James D.  “Pittsburgh Points to the Great Fountain.”  Landscape Architecture 65:1 (January 1975), 59-63.
  • “The Fountain at Point State Park in Pittsburgh.” Carnegie Magazine 49:6 (June 1975), 257-262.
  • Alberts, Robert C.  The Shaping of the Point: Pittsburgh's Renaissance Park.  Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1980.
  • Morgenthaler, Hans R. "Pittsburgh's Golden Triangle: Opportunity Lost and Found?" AVANT GARDE 4 (Summer 1990), 58-71.
  • Birnbaum, Charles A.  Pioneers of American Landscape Design. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2000.  [see Ralph E. Griswold entry]
  • Aurand, Martin.  The Spectator and the Topographical City.  Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2006.
  • "Gateway Renaissance Historic District." National Register of Historic Places Registration Form, 2012.

Gropius, Walter and Marcel Breuer

Walter Gropius Papers, Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University

Marcel Breuer Papers, 1920-1986, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution

Marcel Breuer Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries

O’Neal, William B.  American Association of Architectural Bibliographers: Papers III, 1966: Walter Gropius.  Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 1966).

The Walter Gropius Archive: An Illustrated Catalogue of the Drawings, Prints, and Photographs in the Walter Gropius Archive at the Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard University.  New York: Garland, 1990.

Giedion, S. Walter Gropius: Work and Teamwork.  New York: Reinhold Publishing, 1954.

Blake, Peter. Marcel Breuer: Architect and Designer. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1949.

Hyman, Isabelle. Marcel Breuer, Architect: The Career and the Buildings. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 2001.

Frank house

  • “House in Pittsburgh.”  Architectural Forum 74 (March 1941), 160-170.  Not in Avery Index.
  • “Walter Gropius y Marcel Breuer, arqs.”  Nuestra arquitectura 12 (December 1946), 414-427.
  • Nerdinger, Winfried. Walter Gropius. Berlin: Mann, 1985. 272-273.
  • Berdini, Paolo. Walter Gropius: Works and Projects. Barcelona: Editorial Gustavo Gili, 1994. 176-177.
  • Driller, Joachim. Breuer Houses. London: Phaidon, 2000. 132-137.
  • Hyman, Isabelle. Marcel Breuer, Architect: The Career and the Buildings. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 2001. 332-333.
  • Frampton, Kenneth. American Masterworks: Houses of the 20th and 21st Centuries. Revised edition. New York: Rizzoli International, 2008. 98-105.
  • Bergdoll, Barry. “Neue Weg In Der Neuen Welt [New Ways in the New World]." Häuser (January 2009), 84-93.
  • Uricchio, Marylynn. "The Frank House: a Bauhaus Beauty." Pittsburgh Quarterly (Winter 2011).
  • Bergdoll, Barry. "Hidden Masterpiece." Modern 4:3 (Fall 2012), 138-143.
  • ARTstor and/or Esto: photographs
  • Alan I W Frank House

Aluminum City Terrace (defense housing)

  • “Low-cost houses.”  Architectural Forum 75 (October 1941), 211-242.
  • Bayley, Isabel. "New Kensington Saga." Task (Spring 1944), 28-36.
  •  “Aluminum Terrace Housing.” Architectural Forum 81 (July 1944), [65]-76.
  •  “Wartime Housing Estate in Pennsylvania.”  Architectural Review 96 (September 1944), 71-76.
  • Greer, Gray.  “Housing: The Why of Planning….”  Fortune 30 (November 1944), 146-151, 168, 173-174, 177.
  • “[Aluminum city, New Kensington].” Architecture d'aujourd'hui 18 (July 1947), 31.
  • Blake, Peter. Marcel Breuer: Architect and Designer. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1949: 70-71, 78-79.
  • "Aluminum City, New Kensington." Journal of Housing (October, 1953), 330-332.
  • Saggio, Antonio. "Aluminum City Terrace: What Changed after Forty Years to the Original Project of Gropius and Breuer." Span [Carnegie Mellon University Department of Architecture] (Spring 1985), 8-11.
  • “Aluminum City Terrace, New Kensington, Pennsylvania: Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer.”  Center: A Journal for Architecture in America 5 (1989), 121-123.
  • Historic American Building Survey. "Aluminum City Terrace, East Hill Drive, New Kensington, Westmoreland, PA." 1994.
  • Szylvian, Kristin. “Bauhaus on Trial: Aluminum City Terrace and Federal Defence Housing Policy during World War II.”  Planning Perspectives 9:3 (July 1994), 229-254.
  • Reed, Peter S. "Enlisting Modernism." In World War II and the American Dream: How Wartime Building Changed a Nation, edited by Donald Albrecht. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1995. 13-17.
  • “American Modern: Seven Housing Projects.”  Perspecta 30 (1999), 34-[47].
  • John Milner Associates. Historic Resource Survey of the Aluminum Industry in Westmoreland and Allegheny Counties: Final Report. 1993.
  • ARTstor and/or Esto: photographs

Harrison & Abramovitz (Wallace K. Harrison)

Wallace K. Harrison Architectural Drawings and Papers, 1913-1986, Drawings and Archives, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library Columbia University Libraries

Newhouse, Victoria.  Wallace K. Harrison, Architect.  New York: Rizzoli, 1989.

Contemporary Architects, 3rd ed.  Detroit: St. James Press, 1994. 419-420.

Alcoa Building

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: photographs, model, etc.
  • Records of the Aluminum Company of America (Pittsburgh, PA), Library and Archives, Heinz History Center
  • The Oversized Collection of the Aluminum Company of America (Pittsburgh, Pa.), Library and Archives, Heinz History Center
  • “Pittsburgh Renascent: Two New Skyscrapers of Smart, Clean Design will Flank a New Mid-City Park.”  Architectural Forum 91 (November 1949), 66-69, 110.
  • “Skyscraper Sheathed in Aluminum.”  Engineering News-Record, 148:14 (April 3, 1952), 67-71,
  •  “Alcoa Builds a Lightweight Building.” Charette 32:5 (May 1952), cover, 11-19.
  • “Faceted Metal Wall for Alcoa in Pittsburgh Sets New Style in Tall Buildings.”  Architectural forum 97 (July 1952), 134-135.
  • “Alcoa Building: Innovations in Aluminum.  Architectural Record 112 (August 1952), 120-127.
  • Holmes, B. H.  “Alcoa Building: Lightweight Construction.”  Progressive Architecture 33 (August 1952), 87-91.
  • “Aluminum -- 234,000 sq. ft. of Stamping -- Production Feat.”  Light Metal Age 11:3-4 (April 1953), 12-15.
  • “Alcoa Complete: Pittsburgh's 30-Story Aluminum Waffle is America's most Daring Experiment in Modern Office Building.”  Architectural Forum 99 (November 1953), 124-131.
  • “Building de l'Alcoa, Pittsburgh.”  L'Architecture d'Aujourd'hui 24 (December 1953), 78-85.
  • Aluminum Company of America.  Aluminum on the Skyline.  Pittsburgh: Aluminum Company of America, Pittsburgh, Pa. 1953.
  • Peter, John. Aluminum in Modern Architecture. 2 vols. Louisville: Reynolds Metals Company; distributed by Reinhold Publishing Corp., 1956. Vol. 1, p. 136-137.
  • “High-rise office buildings.”  Progressive Architecture 38 (June 1957), 159-191.
  • Spring, B. P.  “Alcoa's Big Experiment--Ten Years Later.”  Architectural Forum 117 (December 1962), 112-14.
  • Hitchcock, Henry-Russell and Arthur Drexler.  Built in USA: Post-war Architecture.  New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1952.  26-27, 66-67.
  • Modern Architecture U.S.A.: Presented by the Museum of Modern Art and the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts.  New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1965.  n.p. [#34].
  • McCoy, Esther and Barbara Goldstein.  Guide to U.S. Architecture, 1940-1980.  Santa Monica, Calif.: Arts + Architecture Press, 1982.  63.
  • Aurand, Martin.  The Spectator and the Topographical City.  Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2006.
  • Leslie, Stuart W. "The Strategy of Structure: Architectural and Managerial Style at Alcoa and Owens-Corning." Enterprise & Society 12:4 (December 2011), 863-902.

U.S. Steel / Mellon Bank Building (525 William Penn Place)

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: photographs, etc.
  • “Pittsburgh Renascent: Two New Skyscrapers of Smart, Clean Design will Flank a New Mid-City Park.”  Architectural Forum 91 (November 1949), 66-69, 110.
  • “U.S. Steel Corp. and Mellon National Bank and Trust Co. Office Building, Pittsburgh, Pa.”  Architectural Record (September 1950), 192-194.
  •  “Alteration to Skyline: $28,500,000.”  Charette 30:11 (November 1950), 14-15, 33.
  • “The Ultimate Slab Uses the Best of Proved Building Techniques....”  Architectural Forum 96 (April 1952), 130-134.
  • United States Steel Corporation.  525 (William Penn Place Building): The New Home of United States Steel, Planned for Better Service to Customers for More Closely Knit Operating Procedures.  Pittsburgh: United States Steel Corp., 1952.  Copy at HSWP.
  •  “[Mellon National Bank and Trust Co., Pittsburgh, Penna.].” Architectural Record 117 (March 1955), 145-156.
  • Aurand, Martin.  The Spectator and the Topographical City.  Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2006.
Harrison & Abramovitz (Max Abramovitz)

Max Abramovitz Architectural Records and Papers Collection, 1926-1995, Drawings and Archives, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University Libraries

Harwood, JohnThe Troubled Search:  The Work of Max Abramovitz.  New York: Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery, Columbia University,
2004.

Contemporary Architects, 3rd ed.  Detroit: St. James Press, 1994. 7-8.

Four Gateway Center

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: brochures
  • “Pittsburgh Office Building has External Service Tower: Four Gateway Center Building, Pittsburgh, Pa.”  Architectural Record 128 (September 1960), 214-216.
  • "Four Gateway Center, Pittsburgh, Penna." Architektur & Wohnform 71:4 (1963), 171-177.
  • ARTstor and/or Esto: photographs

Porter Building
         
Westinghouse Building

  • “Preview: Westinghouse Building Project.…” Architectural and Engineering News 10 (September 1968), 6-77.
  • “Westinghouse Corporate Offices [Pittsburgh].”  Architectural Record 152 (November 1972), 105-8.
  • ARTstor and/or Esto: photographs

U.S. Steel Building

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: miscellaneous
  • The Steel Triangle in the Golden Triangle [brochure]. n.d. Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives. 
  • “United States Steel Office Building, Pittsburgh, Pa.”  Architectural Record (April 1967), 159-164.
  • “Pittsburgh Skyscraper Achieves Breakthrough in Steel Fireproofing.”  Architectural Record 141:4 (April 1967), cover, 165-172.
  • “Under the Hat, Watery Legs.”  AIA Journal 48:6 (December 1967), 55-57.
  • United States Steel Corporation.  The Steel Triangle: United States Steel Builds a Corporate Center.  Pittsburgh: United States Steel Corporation, 1969, 1970.
  • U.S. Steel Headquarters Building.”  Civil Engineering 40:4 (April 1970), 58-63.
  •  “Three Story Buildings Stacked in Triangular Frame.”  Engineering News-Record 185:4 (July 23, 1970), 22, 27. 
  • Schneider, H.H.   “New U.S. Steel Office Building in Pittsburgh (Das Neue United States Steel Buerohochhaus in Pittsburgh).”  Stahlbau  39: 10 (October 1970), 298-305.
  • “The Steel Triangle in Pittsburgh's Golden Triangle.”  Contract Interiors 131:5 (December 1971), 96-109.
  • “Big Steel Spike….”  Architectural Forum 135:5 (December 1971), [24]-[29].
  • “Tripleheader: U.S. Steel's New Headquarters Presents Three Faces to the Pittsburgh Skyline....”  Industrial Design 18:10 (December 1971), [62]-65.
  • “L'acciaio (e acqua) di Pittsburgh.”  L'Architettura 18 (July 1972), 184-5.
  • McCoy, Esther and Barbara Goldstein.  Guide to U.S. Architecture, 1940-1980.  Santa Monica, Calif.: Arts + Architecture Press, 1982.  63.
  • Guise, David.  Design and Technology in Architecture.  New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1985.  146-155.
  • Wright, Silvia Hart.  Sourcebook of Contemporary North American Architecture.  New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1989.
  • Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat.  100 of the World’s Tallest Buildings.  Corte Madera, CA: Gingko Press, 1998.  120-121.
  • Campi, Mario.  Skyscrapers: An Architectural Type of Modern Urbanism.  Basel and Boston: Birkhauser, 2000.  80-81.
  • Aurand, Martin.  The Spectator and the Topographical City.  Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2006.
  • ARTstor and/or Esto: photographs

Alcoa Technical Center

University of Pittsburgh building program

  • Alberts, Robert C. Pitt: The Story of the University of Pittsburgh, 1787-1987. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1986. 266-268.
  • University Art Gallery. Planning the Pitt Campus: Dreams and Schemes Never Realized. Pittsburgh: University Art Gallery, 1993. Section K.

Panther Hollow Project / Panther Hollow Research Park (not built)

  • Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh Libraries
  • Carnegie Mellon University Archives
  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: drawings, miscellaneous
  • Time for Decision—Valley of Tomorrow [film].  Pittsburgh: Oakland Corporation and WTAE Channel 4, 1963.
  • Smith, Fred. "What the Oakland Corporation Is All About." Pittsburgh Business Review 33:1 (January 1963), 1-3
  • “Pittsburgh to Utilize Hole in the Ground.” Progressive Architecture 44:7 (1963), 47.
  • Van Trump, James D.  “The Found City:  The Panther Hollow Project of the Oakland Corporation in Pittsburgh.”  Charette 43:8 (August 1963), [6]-9.
  • "Projects: USA: Hole in the Ground." Interbuild (August 1963), 18-20.
  • Faust, William. "Panther Hollow Project." Pittsburgh Press Sunday Roto (November 24, 1963), cover, 7-9.
  • Alberts, Robert C. Pitt: The Story of the University of Pittsburgh, 1787-1987. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1986. 308-312.
  • University Art Gallery. Planning the Pitt Campus: Dreams and Schemes Never Realized. Pittsburgh: University Art Gallery, 1993. Section L.
  • Harwood, John, and Janet Parks. The Troubled Search: The Work of Max Abramovitz. New York: Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery, 2004. 134-135.

Learning Research and Development Center, University of Pittsburgh

Huff, William S.

William S. Huff Collection, Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives

Huff, William S. "Louis Kahn: Sorted Recollections and Lapses in Familiarity." Society of Architectural Historians / Western New York Chapter: Little Journal 5:1 (September 1981). Reprinted in Louis I. Kahn : l'uomo, il maestro. Alessandra Latour, editor. Rome: Edizioni Kappa, 1986. 405-431.

Huff, William S. "Kahn and Yale." Journal of Archtiectural Education 35:3 (Spring 1982), 22-31. Reprinted in Alessandra Latour, editor. Louis I. Kahn : l'uomo, il maestro. . Rome: Edizioni Kappa, 1986. 331-365.

Huff, William S.  "An Argument for Basic Design."  Ulm: Zeitschrift der Hochschule für Gestaltung 12-13 (March 1965), 25-38; Architectural Design (May 1966), 252-256; Architects' Year Book 12 (1968), 269-279.

Huff, William S. "Symmetry: Man's Aesthetic Response, Man's Contemplation on Himself." Oppositions 3 (May 1974), 63-78.

Hofstadter, Douglas R. Metamagical Themes: Questing fot the Essence of Mind and Pattern. New York: Basic Books, Inc., 1985. 191-212.

G. A. Steiner Museum, Portersville, PA

Rodewald house, Fox Chapel, PA (demolished)

A farm house (not built)

Huff house (not built)

Horn house, Greensburg, PA (not built)

Johnson, Philip

Philip Johnson Papers, The Museum of Modern Art Archives

Seton Hill College Dormitory (Havey Hall), Seton Hill University, Greensburg, PA

  • University Archives, Seton Hill University
  • Johnson, Philip. Philip Johnson Architecture 1949-1965. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1966. 29.

Westmoreland Museum of Art, Greensburg, PA (not built)

Kahn, Louis I.

Louis I. Kahn Collection, Architectural Archives of the University of Pennsylvania

Brown, Jack Perry.  Louis I. Kahn: A Bibliography.  New York: Garland, 1987.

Smith, Charles R.  Paul Rudolph and Louis Kahn: A Bibliography.  Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, 1987.

Ronner, Heinz.  Louis I. Kahn: Complete Work, 1935-1974.  2nd rev. and enl. ed.  Basel; Birkhauser Verlag, 1987.

The Louis I. Kahn Archive: Personal Drawings: The Completely Illustrated Catalogue of the Drawings in the Louis I. Kahn Collection.  New York: Garland, 1987.

Tribune Review Building

  • William S. Huff Louis I. Kahn Collection, The Design Archive at the University at Buffalo, State University of New York at Buffalo
  • William S. Huff Photographs of the Work of Louis Kahn Collection, State University of New York at Buffalo
  • “Kahn Newspaper Shop.”  Architectural Forum 116 (April 1962), [82]-85.
  •  ‘Imprimére d’un journal à Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.”  Architecture d’aujoud’hui 105 (December 1962), 12-13.  Not in Avery Index.
  • Scully, Vincent.  “Light, Form and Power: New Work of Louis Kahn.”  Architectural Forum 121 (August-September 1964), 162-170.  Hard to find in Avery Index.
  • “Tribune Review Publishing Company Building.”  A + U: Architecture and Urbanism 3:5 (January 1973), 127-129.  Not in Avery Index.
  • Komendant, August E. 18 Years with Architect Louis I. Kahn. Englewood, NJ: Aloray, 1975. 25-31.
  • Bonnefoi, Christian.  “Louis Kahn and Minimalism.” Oppositions 24 (Spring 1981), 2-25.
  • Huff, William S. "Louis Kahn: Sorted Recollections and Lapses in Familiarity." Society of Architectural Historians / Western New York Chapter: Little Journal 5:1 (September 1981), 2, 16, 23, 33.
  • Büttiker, Urs. Louis Kahn: Light and Space. New York: Whitemey Library of Design, 1994. 86-87.
  • Gargiani, Roberto, and Steve Piccolo. Louis I. Kahn: Exposed Concrete and Hollow Stones, 1949-1959. Lausanne, Switzerland : Abingdon, Oxford: EPFL Press, 2014. 183-204.

Point-Counterpoint II / American Wind Symphony Barge (relocated)

  • Büttiker, Urs. Louis Kahn: Light and Space. New York: Whitemey Library of Design, 1994. 126-127.

Katselas, Tasso

Katselas Collection, Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives

Tasso Katselas Associates (firm Web site)

Tasso Katselas, Architect Planner.  Pittsburgh: 1970.

Inoue, Bukichi.  “Pittsburgh Architect Tasso G. Katselas.” SD: Space Design 130 (June 1975), 27-59.

Tasso Katselas Architect/Planner: A Continuum 1970-1980.  Pittsburgh: ca. 1981.

Contemporary Architects, 3rd ed.  Detroit: St. James Press, 1994. 504-506.

Tasso Katselas Associates, Architects + Planners: An Architectural Anthology, 1955-1995.  Pittsburgh: 1995.

Office Building for Vic Maitland and Associates

  • "Office Building for Vic Maitland and Associates, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania."  Progressive Architecture 42:1 (January 1961), 106-109.

O'Hara Parking Plaza

  • "Parking Garage Holds 500 Cars and a Hill." Architectural Record 127 (May 1960), 224-226.

Neville House Apartments

  • "Apartments: Unusual Pittsburgh Scheme."  Architectural Record 125 (June 1959), 214-215.
  • “Tower on Arches.”  Progressive Architecture 42 (October 1961), 158-159.
  • "New Talent USA: Architecture." Art in America 50:1 (1962), 55.
  • “Apartment Framing to Resist Wind.” Architectural Record 133 (January 1963), 164.
  • Paul, Samuel. Apartments: Their Design and Development. New York: Reinhold Pub. Co, 1967. 243.

Kentucky Negley Apartments

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: drawings
  • “Precast Apartment Structure Saves Cost, Shows its Design: Kentucky Negley Apartments, Pittsburgh.”  Architectural Record (May 1962), 202-204.
  • Van Trump, James T.  “A Concrete Ship in Shadyside.”  Charette 42:7 (July 1962), 18-19.
  • Paul, Samuel. Apartments: Their Design and Development. New York: Reinhold Pub. Co, 1967. 152.

Highland Tower Apartments

  • "Apartments: Curtain Wall Arranged in Layered Tiers." (January 1963), 142-143.
  • “Apartment Framing to Resist Wind.” Architectural Record 133 (January 1963), 160-161.

 Katselas house

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: drawings
  • “A Bold Expression in Brick and Concrete.”  Architectural Record 135 (Mid-May 1964), 80-[83].
  • “Casa a Pittsburgh.”  L'Architettura 10 (February 1965), 692-3.
  • Van Trump, James D.  “The House Made with Hands: Recent Houses by Pennsylvania Architects.”  Charette 45:11 (November 1965), 10-15.
  • “Habitation de l'architecte Tasso Katselas à Pittsburgh.”  Architecture d'aujourd'hui 36:124 (February-March 1966), [44].
  • Walker, Lester.  American Shelter: An Illustrated Encyclopedia of the American Home.  Woodstock, NY: the Overlook Press, 1981.  269.

American Institutes for Research, University of Pittsburgh

  • Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh Libraries
  • Gagné, Robert M.  “Research in the Behavioral Sciences: New Building Designed by Katselas....”  Carnegie Magazine 40:2 (February 1966), 53-55.
  • “Focus: Elevation in Pittsburgh.“ Architectural Forum 124, no. 3 (April 1966): 49.
  • “American Institutes for Research, Pittsburgh, Pa.”  Architectural Record 140:5 (November 1966), 174-175.

Robert Morris Junior College

  • "Campus in Motion." Progressive Architecture 47:2 (February 1966), 140-143.
Community College of Allegheny County - Allegheny Campus

Saint Vincent Archabbey – Monastery

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: drawings, booklet
  • “Community and Privacy for Benedictines.”  Architectural Record 142:5 (November 1967), [138]-142.
  • Verostko, Roman and Frédéric Debuyst.  “[A Benedictine Monastery in Pennsylvania].”  Art d'église 36 (January-February 1968), 129-141.
  • “Monastero benedettino a Latrobe, Pennsylvania.”  L'Architettura 13 (March 1968), 746-747.
  • “St. Vincent's Monastery: The Creation of New Space.”  Architectural Record 156 (December 1974), 114-115.
  • “Pittsburgh architect Tasso G. Katselas.”  SD: Space Design 130 (June 1975), 27-59.

Saint Vincent College - Science Center

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: drawings
  • “An Architectural Analogy.”  Architectural Record 147 (May 1970), 125-130.  Reprinted in: Mildred F. Schmertz, ed., Campus Planning and Design (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1972), 12-16.
  • “Naturwissenschaftliche Abteilung am College der Erzabtei St. Vincent in Latrobe, Pennsylvania/USA.”  Detail 4 (1971), 765-768.
  • “Benedictins pas morts, IV. Le nouveau complexe des sciences à l'abbaye Saint-Vincent (Pennsylvanie).”  Art d'église 155 (April-June 1971), 166-171.
  • Schmertz, Mildred.  Campus Planning and Design.  New York: McGraw Hill, 1972.
  • “Pittsburgh architect Tasso G. Katselas.”  SD: Space Design 130 (June 1975), 27-59.

Pennley Park North and South (Penn Plaza) / towers (East Mall, Liberty Park, Penn Circle)

  • “Pennley Park Pittsburgh by Tasso Katselas.”  Charette 45:3 (March 1965), cover, 8-9.
  • “Structural Clay Products Institute Case Study: Contemporary Brick Bearing Wall.”  Charette 147:4 (May-June 1967), 23-28.

Allegheny Commons East

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: drawings
  • Apartments of the Year.  Architectural Record 155:6 (Mid-May 1974), 107-128.
  • “Pittsburgh architect Tasso G. Katselas.”  SD: Space Design 130 (June 1975), 27-59.
  • “Low-Rise Housing in America: The Urban Scene: Allegheny Commons East.”  Process Architecture 14 (April 1980), 48-51

East Hills housing II and III / highrise

  • “Second East Hills Park, Inc., (multi-family housing), East Hills, Pittsburgh, Pa.”  Architectural Record 147 (mid-May 1970), 88-89.

East Hills Elementary School

Rovida house

  • “Rovida residence, Pittsburgh, Pa.”  Architectural Record 155:6 (Mid-May 1974), 90-91.
  • “Pittsburgh architect Tasso G. Katselas.”  SD: Space Design 130 (June 1975), 27-59.

Lapidus, Morris

Morris Lapidus Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries

London Character Shoes (233 Fifth Avenue)

Larson and Ludwig

Bell Telephone Company of Pennsylvania (AT&T)

  • American Institute of Architects. Pittsburgh Chapter. Yearbook. Pittsburgh: The Chapter, 1970.

Lawrie and Green

Lawrie and Green Collection, Pennsylvania State Archives

Hunt Library, Carnegie Institute of Technology (Carnegie Mellon University)

Skibo, Carnegie Institute of Technology (Carnegie Mellon University)

William Lescaze and Associates

William Lescaze Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University      

Lanmon, Lorraine Welling.  William Lescaze, Architect.  Philadelphia: Art Alliance Press, 1987

Chatham Center

  • “Building Complex Has Office-Hotel Designed by W. Lescaze.”  Architectural Record 137 (January 1965), 102.
  • Ziegler, Arthur P.  “A City Within a City: Chatham Center.”  Charette 46 (November 1966), 6-8.
  • “From Electronic Circuitry.”  Landscape Architecture 57:4 (July 1967) [277]-278.

One Oliver Plaza

  • Van Trump, James.  “Welcome to a Good Guy: Number One, Oliver Plaza, Pittsburgh.”  Charette 49:1 (January-February 1969). [12]-13.
  • Pittsburgh Art in Public Places: Downtown Walking Tour. Pittsburgh: City of Pittsburgh Office of Public Art, 2006.
Liff, Justh and Chetlin

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, East Liberty Branch

  • "New East Liberty Branch Library." Carnegie Magazine 42:8 (October 1968)278-279.
  • American Institute of Architects. Pittsburgh Chapter. Yearbook. Pittsburgh: The Chapter, 1970. 48.

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Squirrel Hill Branch

  • Petrosky, Georgianne. "Squirrel Hill Community Facility." Carnegie Magazine 43:8 (October 1969), 284.
  • "Squirrel Hill Branch Library." Carnegie Magazine 46:8 (October 1972), cover, 320-321.
  • American Institute of Architects. Pittsburgh Chapter. Yearbook. Pittsburgh: The Chapter, 1971. 126.

Luckman, Charles

Luckman, Charles.  Twice in a Lifetime: From Soap to Skyscrapers.  New York: W.W. Norton, 1988.

Warner Hall (Carnegie Mellon University)

Panther Hollow Development

Carnegie Institute Museum of Art

  • "New Museum of Art Building." Carnegie Magazine 42:6 (June 1968), cover, 185.
  • Walton, James M. "From the President." Carnegie Magazine 42:7 (July 1968), 221-222.
Mendelsohn, Erich

Design for the Reconstruction of the "Golden Triangle," Pittsburgh

  • Mendelsohn, Eric. "Visions of an Architect." Magazine of Art 38:8 (December 1945), 306-310.
  • Achenbach, Sigrid. Erich Mendelsohn, 1887-1953: Ideen, Bauten, Projekte: Ausstellung Zum 100. Geburtstag Aus Den Beständen Der Kunstbibliothek, Staatliche Museen Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Berlin, 1987. Berlin: W. Arenhövel, 1987. 101, 104.
  • Morgenthaler, Hans R. "Pittsburgh's Golden Triangle: Opportunity Lost and Found?" AVANT GARDE 4 (Summer 1990), 58-71.
  • Zevi, Bruno. Erich Mendelsohn: The Complete Works. Basel; Boston: Birkhäuser Publishers, 1999. 282-283.

Mies van der Rohe

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe Archive, Architecture and Design Study Center, Museum of Modern Art

The Mies van der Rohe Archive.  New York: Garland Pub., 1986.

Mellon Hall of Engineering, Duquesne University

  • Duquesne University Archives and Special Collections
  • "Three New Projects by L. Mies van der Rohe...Science Center, Duquesne University." Bauen & Wohnen (May 1966), 169.
  • Bona, Enrico D.  “Opere recenti di Mies van der Rohe.”  Casabella 30:306 (June 1966), 38-45.
  • “The Duquesne University Science Center.”  Charette 49:6 (December 1969), 4-5.
  • Krohn, Carsten. Mies van der Rohe: The Built Work. Basel, Switzerland: Birkhauser, 2014. 206-207.

Mies van der Rohe, Office of

IBM Building (Allegheny Square)

Mitchell, James A.

Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church

  • “Emerging Patterns of Pittsburgh Church Construction 1950-1961.”  Charette 41:9 (September 1961), 18-26.

Mitchell & Ritchey

Mitchell & Ritchey Collection, Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives

DRS job list 1949-1973

DRS Architects (firm Web site)

Mitchell, James A. and Dahlen K. Ritchey. “Impressions and Reflections.” Charette 17:7 (July 1937), 1-2; 17:8 (August 1937), 1-2.

Pittsburgh in Progress

  • Mitchell and Ritchey. Pittsburgh in Progress. Pittsburgh: Kaufmann's, 1947. Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives.
  • “Pittsburgh in Progress: Towards a Master Plan.”  Progressive Architecture 28 (June 1947), 67-72.
  • Aurand, Martin.  The Spectator and the Topographical City.  Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2006.

Mellon Square

  • see Simonds and Simonds

Pittsburgh Center / Lower Hill Cultural Center / Pittsburgh Civic and Cultural Center

Civic Arena

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives:  drawings, brochures, clippings, etc.
  • “Pittsburgh Renascent; Amphitheater Umbrella Unfolds in 2 1/2 Minutes to Protect Light-Opera Listeners Against Rain…” Architectural Forum 91 (November 1949), 72-73.
  • “Retractable Dome for All-Weather Arena.”  Architectural Record 125 (May 1959), 250-252.
  • “Pittsburgh's Dome Gets Ready.” Architectural Forum 114 (March 1961), 122-5.
  • Van Trump, James D.  “Pittsburgh's Pleasure Dome: The New Civic Auditorium.”  Charette 41 (October 1961), 8-22.
  • “Pittsburgh's Retractable Dome now in Operation.”  Architectural Record 130 (November 1961), 165-168.
  • “Arène à Pittsburgh, États-Unis.”  Architecture d'aujourd'hui 33 (February-March 1962), 22-27.
  • “L'auditorium di Pittsburgh.” Source: Edilizia moderna 77 (December 1962), 55-62.
  • “Pittsburgh Public Auditorium.”  Kenchiku bunka 18 (August 1963), 84-86.
  • Zuk, William and Roger H. Clark.  Kinetic Architecture.  New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1970.  63-64.
  • Brignano, Mary.  Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera: How the Dreams Came True.  Pittsburgh: Civic Light Opera, 1996.
  • Keller, William Bradford.  "Architecture for Community and Spectacle: The roofed Arena in North America, 1853- 1968."  Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Delaware, 2007.
  • Pfaffmann, Robert Shaw.  “The Pittsburgh Civic Arena: Memory and Renewal.”  International DOCOMOMO Conference (10th: 2008: Rotterdam, Netherlands).  The Challenge of Change: Dealing with the Legacy of the Modern Movement.  Amsterdam: IOS Press, 2008.  159-165.
  • Udin, Sala, Tom Rooney, Robert Shaw Pfaffmann, and Ken Sawyer.  “Pittsburgh’s Civic Arena.”  Western Pennsylvania History 93:1 (Spring 2010), 30-51.
  • Inside the Igloo.  Pittsburgh: Trib Total Media Inc., 2010.
  • Reuse the Igloo

John J. Kane Hospital (demolished)

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives:  clippings, etc.
  • “Design: Health Facilities.”  Progressive Architecture 34:1 (January 1953), 76-78.
  • “Tripartite Hospital for Chronics: John J. Kane Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa.”  Architectural Record 123 (May 1958), 199-206.

Donner Hall, Carnegie Institute of Technology

  • Carnegie Mellon University Archives
  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: photographs, etc.
  • "Tech to Build Men’s Dorm." Charette 33:4 (April 1953), 16-18.
  • "An Undergraduate Dormitory." Arts and Architecture 70:7 (July 1953), 22.
  • McKee, Tally. "Carnegie Tech's New Donner Hall." Charette 35:4 (April 1955), cover, 10-13, 21.
  • "Three College Dormitories: Aluminum and Steel for Carnegie Tech." Architectural Forum 104:4 (April 1956), 156-157.
  • Peter, John. Aluminum in Modern Architecture. 2 vols. Louisville: Reynolds Metals Company; distributed by Reinhold Publishing Corp., 1956. Vol. 1, p. 202-203.
  • ARTstor and/or Esto: photographs

Veterans General Medical Hospital

Kaufmann’s Department Store

Kaufmann's Parking Garage

Kirkpatrick house

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives:  clippings
  • “Budget House near Pittsburgh.”  Architectural Record 106 (July 1949), 101-103.
  • “Budget House near Pittsburgh.”  82 Distinctive Houses from Architectural Record.  New York: F.W. Dodge Corp., 1952.  255-257.

Berlin house

  • "Home-Ingenious." The Pittsburgh Spectator 1:4 (December-January 1953), 43-45.

Kaufmann / Tisherman house

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives:  clippings
  • “Pittsburgh House for School Teacher; Mitchell and Ritchey, Arch.”  Progressive Architecture 30 (September 1949), 74-7, 99.
  • "Three Small Houses. Pittsburgh: Very Small House." Architectural Design (December 1949), 307.
  • Hennessey, William J.  America’s Best Small Houses.  New York: The Viking Press, 1949.  52-56.
  • Viladas, Pilar.  “Ship Shape.”  The New York Times Magazine (July 26, 1998), 36-39.

Unidentified house

  • Hennessey, William J.  America’s Best Small Houses.  New York: The Viking Press, 1949.  119-123.

Neutra, Richard

Richard and Dion Neutra papers, 1925-1970, Charles E. Young Research Library Department of Special Collections, UCLA  Library, UCLA

Pariser house, Uniontown, PA

  • Heinz Architectural Center: drawings
  • Lamprecht, Barbara Mac. Richard Neutra: Complete Works. Köln; New York: Taschen, 2000. 367.

Noyes, Eliot & Associates

Bruce, Gordon.  Eliot Noyes: A Pioneer of Design and Architecture in the Age of American Modernism.  London: Phaidon, 2006.

Contemporary Architects, 3rd ed.  Detroit: St. James Press, 1994. 708-709.

McQuade, Walter. "An Industrial Designer with a Conspicuous Conscience." Fortune 68:2 (August 1963), 135-138, 183-190.

Telecomputer Center, Westinghouse Electric Corporation (with Deeter and Ritchey)

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives:  brochures
  • Records of the Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 1865-2000, Library and Archives, Heinz History Center
  • Burck, Gilbert. "'On Line' in 'Real Time'." Fortune 69:4 (April 1964), 141-145, 246-252.
  • “The Computer Center: New Building Type?”  Architectural Record 136 (November 1964), 153-158.
  • Meier, Robert W.  “New Building Function: A Telecomputer Center.” Charette 45:1 (January 1965), 9.
  • "Westinghouse Computer Centre, Pennsylvania." Architect & Building News [London] (November 24, 1965), 985-987.
  • " A Continuing Study of the Window Wall by Eliot Noyes." Architectural Record 2141 (April 1967), 173-180.
  • Harwood, John. "The White Room: Eliot Noyes and the Logic of the Information Age Interior." Grey Room 12 (Summer 2003), 5-31.

Westinghouse Design Center

  • Seay, E. W. "Design and Management 2: Westinghouse." Industrial Design 14:4 (May 1967), 52-57

Skybus

Pei, I. M. & Associates; Deeter and Ritchey

Pei Cobb Freed & Partners (firm Web site)

Lower Hill Development / Washington Plaza Apartments

  • see also Deeter and Ritchey
  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: booklet, etc.
  • The Wheeling and Dealing of William Zeckendorf.  Architectural Forum 112:6 (June 1960), 130-131, 195, 198, 202, 210, 216.
  • “Centre culturel et residentiel, Pittsburg, U.S.A.”  L'Architecture d'Aujourd'hui 33 (April 1962), 27.
  • “Washington Plaza Apartments, Pittsburgh, Pa.”  Architectural Record (January 1963), 161.
  • Kay, Hubert.  “The Third Force in Urban Renewal.”  Fortune 70:4 (October 1964), 130-133, 213-214.
  • “Alcoa Brings ‘Em Back alive” [advertisement].  Fortune 70:5 (November 1964), 61-64. 

Pekruhn, John

Fowler house (with John Knox Shear)

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: drawings, photos
  • Shear, John Knox.  “The Fowler House…A Matter of Scale.”  Charette 29:2 (February 1949), cover, 6-7.
  • “Sewickley Heights Home.”  Charette 29:9 (September 1949), 26-27.

Tytus house

  • “[House for Mr. and Mrs. F.J. Tytus, Sewickley Heights, Pittsburgh, Pa.].” Architectural Record 118 (October 1955), 185-189.
  • Mckee, Tally.  “Residence for Mrs. and Mrs. Frederick J. Tytus.” Charette 35:10 (October 1955), cover, 10-12. 

McGranahan house

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: drawings
  • “Architectural Record Houses of 1956: Pennsylvania House Balances a Way of Life; House for R. D. McGranahan, Fox Chapel Borough.”  Architectural Record 119 (Mid-May 1956), 188-92.
  • “Pennsylvania House Balances a Way of Life.”  Architectural Record Houses of 1956 (New York: F. W. Dodge, 1956), 188-192.
  • The Second Treasury of Contemporary Houses.  New York: F.W. Dodge Corp., 1959.  34-38.
  • Van Trump, James D.  “A Few Words on Architectural Fitness and Some Recent Suburban Houses in Pennsylvania.”  Charette 43:1 (January 1963), 6-11.

Foster house

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: drawings
  • “Architectural Record Houses of 1958: Formal Country House for G. H. Foster in Huntington County, Pa.”  Architectural Record 123 (Mid-May 1958), 80-5
  • “The Formal Country House.” Architectural Record Houses of 1958 (New York: F. W. Dodge, 1958), 80-85.

Zilliac house

  • “Quiet Sophistication for a Small House.” Architectural Record 129:1 (January 1961), 121-124.
  • Van Trump, James D.  “A Few Words on Architectural Fitness and Some Recent Suburban Houses in Pennsylvania.”  Charette 43:1 (January 1963), 6-11.

demountable classrooms

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: drawings
  • Pekruhn, John.  Demountable school buildings.  [Pittsburgh]: [s.n.], 1960.
  • Pekruhn, John.  “A Portable School Program for Pittsburgh.”  Architectural Record 133 (February 1963), 176-178.
  • “Demountable Classroom.”  Charette 43:2 (February 1963), 23.
  • Educational Facilities Laboratories.  Relocatable School Facilities.  [New York, 1964.]

St. Sava’s Church

  • “Church Project in McKeesport.”  Charette 31:12 (December 1951), cover, 16-17.
  • “St. Sava’s Church, Pittsburgh, Pa.” Architectural Record 118:6 (December 1955), 176-177.

St. Edmund’s Episcopal School

  • “St. Edmund’s Episcopal School, Pittsburgh, Pa.”  Architectural Record 122 (July 1957), 212-214.

St. Thomas in the Field Episcopal Church

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: drawings
  • “Dynamic balance and the joy of daylight: St. Thomas-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church, Gibsonia, Pa.”  Architectural Record 128 (September 1960), 169-172.
  • “Église Saint-Thomas-des-Champs, Gibsonia, Pennsylvanie.”  Architecture d'aujourd'hui 32:96 (June-July 1961), [76]-[77].
  • “Emerging Patterns of Pittsburgh Church Construction 1950-1961.”  Charette 41:9 (September 1961), 18-26.
  • Contemporary Architecture of the World, 1961.  Tokyo: Shokokusha Pub. Co., 1961.  430.
  • Carnegie Institute of Technology Deptartment of Architecture. Buildings by Pedagogs. Pittsburgh: 1965.

Walter L. Roberts Associates

Wilson, Dreck Spurlock.  African-American Architects: A Biographical Dictionary, 1865-1945. New York: Routledge, 2004.  347-349.

Walter Roberts Associates. Catalog of Works Done by the Firm. Library and Archives, Heinz History Center.

Peter Muller-Munk & Associates Offices

  • "Office for an Industrial Designer." Charette 35:2 (February 1955), 15-17.
  • "Un ufficio americano." Domus 312 (November 1955), 44.

Hill House Association

  • Sharpe, Jerry. "A Supermarket for Human Services." Pittsburgh Press Roto (February 24, 1974), 18-20.

Reizenstein Middle School (with EPD)

Reed-Roberts Street Housing

  • “Low Income Housing.”  Architectural Record 150:4 (October 1971), 123-138.

Westinghouse Electric Vehicle Plant (Homewood)

  • “Why Not Build Factories People Can Enjoy?”  Architectural Record 150:1 (July 1971), 91-106.

Rudolph, Paul

Paul Rudolph Collection, Library of Congress

Smith, Charles R.  Paul Rudolph and Louis Kahn: A Bibliography.  Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, 1987.

Women’s Home Companion house for Family Living     

  • Strawn, Bernice and Elizabeth Matthews.  “Companion Plans a House for Family Living.  Women’s Home Companion 82 (September 1955), 65-7+.
  • Strawn, Bernice and Elizabeth Matthews.  “House for Family Living.”  Women’s Home Companion 83 (September 1956), 101-103, 106-108, 110, 112, 114, 117, 119-122.
  • “57 Houses for a Better '57: Everyone Who Sees This House Says…’It’s Open, Airy, Light as Can Be’.”  House and Home 10 (October 1956), 206-207.

Ryan Homes

Ryan Homes, Inc. Collection, Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives 

Sansosti, Alexander

Alexander Sansosti Collection, Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives

Mayer house

  • “Modern Manor.”  Charette 32:3 (March 1952), cover, 9-11.
  • Rignani, Jennifer Papale.  “Atomic Dreams.”  Mount Lebanon Magazine (September 2010), 42-44.

Sansosti house

  • “Home for an Architect.”  Charette  33:8 (August 1953), cover, 8-10, 25.

Kingdom  Hall

  • “Kingdom Hall, Oakland, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.”  Charette 34:12 (December 1954), cover, 8-10.

Gillilan house

  • Van Trump, James D.  “A Few Words on Architectural Fitness and Some Recent Suburban Houses in Pennsylvania.” Charette 43:1 (January 1963), 6-11.

Schweikher, Paul

Paul Schweikher Collection, Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives

Paul Schweikher 1903-1997 Collection, Special Collections & Archives - Architecture & Environmental Design Library, Arizona State University

Paul Schweikher Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Library

Van Trump, James D.  “Homage to Paul Schweikher.”  Charette 43:1(January 1963), 18-20.

Contemporary Architects, 3rd ed.  Detroit: St. James Press, 1994. 861-863.

Oral History of Robert Paul Schweikher, The Chicago Architects Oral History Project, The Art Institute of Chicago

Duquesne University Union

WQED-WQEX

Campus Activities Building, Carnegie Institute of Technology (with Ingham, Boyd & Pratt / not built)

Chapel, Carnegie Institute of Technology (Schweikher, Taylor, West / not built)

  • “1968 Liturgical Conference Competition.”  Faith & Form 1:4 (October 1968), 7-16.

Fine Arts Complex, Carnegie Mellon University (not built) + "The Ideal Theatre" (with George Izenour)

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: drawings
  • “The Ideal Theater: Eight Concepts.”  Progressive Architecture 42 (December 1961), 49, 51-53.
  •  “[4 theater projects for the Ford Foundation].”  Progressive Architecture 43 (February 1962), 110-[121].
  • Clurman, Harold.  “Eight Ideal Theaters.”  Industrial Design 9 (April 1962), 40-47.
  • American Federation of Arts.  The Ideal Theater: Eight Concepts. New York: 1962.
  • Cameron, Kenneth.  “The Essential Stage.”  Charette 43:6 (June 1963), 12-15.

Studio Theater, Carnegie Institute of Technology (demolished)

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Knoxville Branch

  • Carnegie Institute of Technology Dept. of Architecture. Buildings by Pedagogs. Pittsburgh: 1965.
  • “Pittsburgh Library: Class amid the Clutter.”  Architectural Forum 124:2 (March 1966), [58]-61.

Trinity Presbyterian Church, East Liverpool, OH (with James Nessly Porter)

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: photographs
  • “Emerging Patterns of Pittsburgh Church Construction 1950-1961.”  Charette 41:9 (September 1961), 18-26.
  • “Austerity in Concrete.”  Architectural Forum 115 (December 1961), 94-97.

Craig Wright house

  • “Three Houses, Three Generations: A Kind of Sculptural Box.”  Progressive Architecture 48 (November 1967), 104, 106-111.

Shear, John Knox

Fowler house (with John Pekruhn)

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: drawings: drawings, photos
  • Shear, John Knox.  “The Fowler House…A Matter of Scale.”  Charette 29:2 (February 1949), cover, 6-7.
  • “Sewickley Height Home.”  Charette 29:9 (September 1949), 26-27.

Gregg house

General Electric Company house / Wonder Home

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: drawings
  • Ungar, Anne Jean.  “South Hills ‘Wonder Home’.”  Charette 33:6 (June 1953), cover, 9-11.
  • Rignani, Jennifer Papale.  “Atomic Dreams.”  Mount Lebanon Magazine (September 2010), 42-44.

Simonds and Simonds

John Ormsbee Simonds Collection, University of Florida 

Environmental Planning and Design (firm Web site)

Contemporary Architects. 3rd Edition. Detroit: St. James Press, 1994.  887-889.  [see John Ormsbee Simonds entry]

Birnbaum, Charles A., editor.  Shaping the American Landscape: New Profiles from the Pioneers of American Landscape Design Project.  Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2009.  [see John Ormsbee Simonds entry]

The Cultural Landscape Foundation: Biography of John Ormsbee Simonds      

Mellon Square (with Mitchell and Ritchey)

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: drawings, report, etc.
  • Mauro, John.  “Magnificent Square in the Triangle.”  Charette 35:12 (December 1955), cover, 13-16.
  • “An Open Place at the Heart of a City.”  Architectural Record 121 (February 1957), 195-198.
  • Simonds, John O. “Mellon Square: An Oasis in an Asphalt Desert.” Landscape Architecture 48 (July 1958), 208-212.  Difficult to find in Avery Index.
  • “Mellon Square Park.”  Carnegie Magazine 33 (June 1959), 185-189.
  • Mann, William A.  Landscape Architecture: An Illustrated History in Timelines, Site Plans, and Biography.  New York: John Wiley and Sons, Inc.  1993.
  • “Where the People Are: In Pittsburgh, A Work in Progress and a Work of Enduring Popularity.”  Landscape Architecture 93:7 (July 2003), 134-136.
  • Aurand, Martin.  The Spectator and the Topographical City.  Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2006.
  • Hopper, Justin.  “Full Circle for the Square.”  Pittsburgh Quarterly (Fall 2009), 50-56, 148-149.
  • Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy: Mellon Square
  • Rademacher, Susan M., and Charles A. Birnbaum. Mellon Square: Experiencing a Modern Masterpiece. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2014.

Equitable Plaza

  • Simonds, John O. “Equitable Plaza, Pittsburgh.”  Landscape Architecture 53:1 (October 1962), 18-19.

East Liberty Mall

  • Guilfoyle, J. Roger. "At last! You Can Get There from Here." Industrial Design 15:4 (May 1968), 54-55.
  • Spatter, Sam. "The New Look of East Liberty." Pittsburgh Press Sunday Roto (November 23, 1969), cover, 32-34.
  • Brambilla, Roberto, and Gianni Longo. For Pedestrians Only: Planning, Design, and Management of Traffic-free Zones. New York: Whitney Library of Design, 1977. 183.

Skidmore Owings and Merrill

Skidmore Owings and Merrill (firm Web site)

Architecture of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, 1950-2008. 5 vols. New York: Monacelli Press, 2009.

Glass Research Center, Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. (Harmar)

  • Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (1955)

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company (McKees Rocks)

  • Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (1959)

Pittsburgh National Bank (Craig Street branch)

  • Sobotka, Walter.  “New Trends in Bank Architecture: Two New Banks in Oakland, Pittsburgh.”  Charette 44:3 (March 1964) 8-9.

Riverfront Center (National Steel Center / National City Center)

Skidmore Owings and Merrill (Gordon Bunshaft)

Krinsky, Carol Herselle. Gordon Bunshaft of Skidmore Owings & Merrill.  New York, N.Y.: Architectural History Foundation, 1988.

Oral History of Gordon Bunshaft, The Chicago Architects Oral History Project, The Art Institute of Chicago

H.J. Heinz Company Vinegar Plant / Finished Goods Warehouse / Research Center

  • Photographs of the H.J. Heinz Company, Library and Archives, Heinz History Center
  • “Streamlines for Heinz.”  Charette 29:2 (February 1949), 8-9.
  • “Industrial Plant Redesigned to Streamline the flow of Materials, People and Transportation....”  Architectural Forum 90 (May 1949), 102-106.
  • “Laboratoire de recherches d'une usine de produits alimentaires de H. J. Heinz co, a Pittsburgh.”  L'Architecture d'Aujourd'hui 20 (October 1949), 62-3.
  • "Pittsburgh Cleans Up for Company." Business Week (January 6, 1951), 22-23.
  • “Down by the Vinegar Works.”  Charette 32:3 (March 1952), 12.
  • "Colorful Vinegar Buildng and Warehouse." Engineering News-Record (March 13, 1952), 51-52.
  • "New Thinking on Industrial Buildings." Architectural Forum 99 (August 1953), 91-106.
  • “Heinz in Pittsburgh: A New Variety of Industrial Architecture.”  Architectural Forum 100 (January 1954), 116-123.
  • "Redesigned plant for H. J. Heinz Co., Pittsburgh; Architects: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill." Techniques & Architecture 55: 9-10 (1955), 66-67.
  • "Skidmore, Owings, y Merrill, edificio industrial, en Pittsburgh." Informes de la Construccion 80 (April 1956), 131-137.
  • “Essigfabrik und Lagerhaus der Heinz Co. in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.” Bauen und Wohnen 4 (April 1957), 131-133.
  • “An Old Food Company Builds a New Center for Research: H.J. Heinz Co., Research Center, Pittsburgh.”  Architectural Record 125 (February 1959), 173-174.
  • Peter, John. Aluminum in Modern Architecture. 2 vols. Louisville: Reynolds Metals Company; distributed by Reinhold Publishing Corp., 1956. Vol. I, p. 72-73; Vol. II, p. 298.
  • Architecture of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, 1950-1962.  New York, Praeger, 1963.
  • Morris, A. E. J. "Heinz Vinegar Plant, Pittsburgh; Architects: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill." Industrial Archtitecture 7 (January 1964), 24-27 [or 34-37?].
  • Adams, Nicholas.  Skidmore, Owings & Merrill: SOM since 1936.  Electa Architecture, 2007.
  • ARTstor and/or Esto: photographs

Pittsburgh Symphony Hall / Pittsburgh Art Center (not built)

Portal Bridge, Point State Park

  • "'Arch for Art's Sake' Bridge Will Serve a Double Function." Engineering News-Record 169 (November 1, 1962), 30-32.
  • Alberts, Robert C.  The Shaping of the Point: Pittsburgh's Renaissance Park.  Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1980.
Skidmore Owings and Merrill (Pietro Belluschi)

Clausen, Meredith L.  Pietro Belluschi: Modern American Architect.  Cambridge, Mass : MIT Press, 1994.

YWCA

  • “New YWCA Building in Downtown Pittsburgh,” Charette 36:2 (February 1956), 20.
  • "Y. W. C. A. recreation centre, Pittsburgh; Architects: P. Belluschi and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill."  Architecture d'Aujourd'hui 116 (1964), 66-67.
  • “Administrative Offices and Recreation Center for YWCA, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.”  Architectural Record 135 (March 1964), 159-164.
  • ARTstor and/or Esto: photographs
Skidmore Owings and Merrill (Walter Netsch)

Walter A. Netsch, FAIA: A Critical Appreciation and Sourcebook.  Evanston, Ill.: Northwestern University Press, 2008.

Oral History of Walter Netsch, The Chicago Architects Oral History Project, The Art Institute of Chicago

Westinghouse Electric Corporation Research and Development Center (Churchill)

  • ARTstor and/or Esto: photographs
  • Van Trump, James D. "Castles Toward Tomorrow." Charette 42:6 (June 1962), 22-27.
  • American Institute of Steel Construction. Architectural Awards of Excellence. New York: American Institute of Steel Construction.1975. 26-27.

Westinghouse transit

Skidmore Owings and Merrill (Natalie de Blois and Myron Goldsmith)

Paine, Judith. "Natalie de Blois." In Women in American Architecture: A Historic and Contemporary Perspective, editor Susana Torre. New York: Whitney Library of Design, 1977. 112-114.

Oral History of Natalie de Blois, The Chicago Architects Oral History Project, The Art Institute of Chicago

Equibank Building

  • "Equibank Building in Pittsburgh; Architects: Skidmore Owings & Merrill." Casabella 44:457/458 (April/May 1980), 42-43.

Speyer, A. James

James Speyer: Architect, Curator, Exhibition Designer.  Chicago, IL: Distributed by the University of Chicago Press, 1997.

Myers, Tracy. "Less was More for James A. Speyer." Carnegie Magazine 59:1 (January/Fevruary 1998), 14-16.
 
Oral History of A. James Speyer, The Chicago Architects Oral History Project, The Art Institute of Chicago

Apt house

Speyer house

Stone, Edward Durrell

Monongahela Heights (Mon-View Heights)

  • Hill-Hoover-Heckler-Kohankie-Heckler.  “Planning War Housing.”  Architectural Forum (May 1942), 268-271.
  • ARTstor and/or Esto: photographs

Chatham Motor Hotel (with Harry H. Lefkowitz / not built)

  • Stone, Edward Durrell.  The Evolution of an Architect.  New York: Horizon Press, 1962.  272-273.

Tabler, William B.

Conrad Hilton Hotel

  • “Architecture in the News: New York Architect Selected for Pittsburgh’s New Hilton Hotel.”  Charette 36:9 (September 1956), 14.
  • Tanner, Ogden.  “Some Progress in Pittsburgh.”  Architectural Forum 112:6 (June 1960), 118-123.
  • “Pittsburgh Hilton Hotel.”  Kenchiku bunka 17 (March 1962), 63-67.

Tomich, Jovan (John V.)

Holy Trinity Serbian Orthodox Church

Urban Design Associates and Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum

Urban Design Associates (firm Web site)

Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum (firm Web site)

Great High Schools (not built)

  • Records of Pittsburgh Public Schools, Library and Archives, Heinz History Center
  • Harvard Graduate School of Education, Center for Field Studies. Education for Pittsburgh. Cambridge, MA: 1966.
  • Bailey, James. “Pittsburgh Goes Back to School.” Architectural Forum 126:5 (June 1967), 40-51.
  • Lewis, David. "Pittsburgh: The Future of a Metropolis." Carnegie Magazine 41:9 (November 1967), 301-305.
  • So, Frank S. "New Physical Forms for City Schools." Planning Advisory Service Report No. 235. Chicago: American Society of Planning Officials, 1968.
  • “La progettazione della citta.” Lotus 6 (1969), 96-120.
  • “L'opera di Geoffrey Copcutt.” Lotus 7 (1970), 196-207.
  • American Institute of Architects. Pittsburgh Chapter. Yearbook.  Pittsburgh: The Chapter, 1970.
Voorhees Walker Foley & Smith

Westinghouse Research Laboratories (Churchill)

  • "Research Laboratories for Westinghouse." Progressive Architecture 34 (October 1953), 15-16.
Voorhees Walker Smith Smith & Haines

Koppers Research Center (Monroeville)

  • Koppers Research Center, Monroeville, Pennsylvania, Koppers Company, Inc. New York, Voorhees, Walker, Smith, Smith & Haines, 1959.
  • "The Mansions of Science." Charette 41:10 (October 1961), 26-27.
  • "Expansibility and Flexibility on a Modular Plan." Architectural Record 130:5 (November 1961), 176-179.

West, Troy

Troy West, Architect (firm Web site)

"Notes Sur Advocacy Planning." l'Architecture d'Aujourd'hui 157 (August-September 1971), 74-76.

Lower Hill Development

  • “P/A Thirteenth Annual Design Awards Program: Award: Lower Hill Development for the Citizens Committee for District Renewal, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.” Progressive Architecture 47 (January 1966), 128-133.
  • "Lower Hill Development, Pittsburgh." Carnegie Review 8 (Spring-Summer 1966), 12-14.

Monroeville Area Civic Center Architectural Competition

  • "Design awards/competitions: The Monroeville Area Civic Center Architectural Competition.”  Architectural Record 170:12 (October 1982), 58-61.

Architecture 2001 (with Community Design Associates + Douglas Cooper)

  • Wurman, Richard Saul. “Making the City Observable.”  Design Quarterly 80 (1971).
  • “Advocacy: A Community Planning Voice.” Design Quarterly 82-83 (1971).
  • “Eighteenth Annual P/A Design Awards Program: Community Map, Hill District, Pittsburgh, Pa.”  Progressive Architecture 52 (January 1971), 78-79.
  • Sachs, Silvia. “Hill District Map Has A ‘Heart’.”  Pittsburgh Press (February 7, 1971), 5:1.

Chapel, Carnegie Institute of Technology (Schweikher, Taylor, West / not built)

Montgomery Ward Department Store and Regional Offices

Torin house

  • Van Trump, James D.  “The House Made with Hands: Recent Houses by Pennsylvania Architects.”  Charette 45:11 (November 1965), 10-15.

Williams Trebilcock Whitehead

Graphic Arts Technical Center

  • “The Graphic Arts Technical Center.”  Charette 45:9 (September 1965), 4-5.
  • Burgess, John A. "The Graphic Arts Technical Foundation." Carnegie Magazine 40:1 (1966), 21-24.

Community College of Allegheny County - South Campus

  • American Institute of Architects. Pittsburgh Chapter. Yearbook. Pittsburgh: The Chapter, 1970. 20.
Wolfe, Lawrence and Anthony

Pittsburgh Aquarium

  • Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives: drawings
  • Flynn, William. "Greatest Aquarium in the World." Carnegie Magazine 41:6 (June 1967), 185-187
  • Van Trump, James D. "Architecture and the World of Water: The New Aqua Zoo at Pittsburgh." Charette 47:7 (November-December 1967), 8-10.
  • American Institute of Architects. Pittsburgh Chapter. Yearbook. Pittsburgh: The Chapter, 1970. 23.

Pittsburgh Aviary Conservatory

  • Ungar, Anne Jean. "Architecture for the Birds." Charette 32:10 (October 1952), 11-16.
  • "Conservatory, Aviary." Progressive Architecture 34 (July 1953), 107-109.
  • Hawkins, Roland. "New Aviary-Conservatory." Carnegie Magazine 28 (January 1954), 14-16.
  • Simonds, John O. "New Aviary-Conservatory in West Park, Pittsburgh." Landscape Architecture 44 (July 1954), 184-189.
  • American Institute of Architects. Pittsburgh Chapter. Yearbook. Pittsburgh: The Chapter, 1971. 122.
Wright, Frank Lloyd

Cleary, Richard Louis. Merchant Prince and Master Builder: Edgar J. Kaufmann and Frank Lloyd Wright. Pittsburgh: Heinz Architectural Center, 1999.

Cleary, Richard. "Frank Lloyd Wright and the Kaufmanns of Pittsburgh." Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly 10:2 (Spring 1999), 4-11.

Menocal, Narciso G., editor. Fallingwater and Pittsburgh (Wright studies, vol. 2). Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2000.

Fallingwater [and related projects]

  • Van Trump, James D. "Frank Lloyd Wright in Western Pennsylvania [and] a House of Leaves: The Poetry of Fallingwater." Charette 44 (April 1964), 12-[16].
  • Zevi, Bruno. La Casa sulla Cascata di F. Ll. Wright. F. Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater. Milano: ETAS Kompass, 1965.
  • Kaufmann House, "Fallingwater," Bear Run, Pennsylvania. 1936. Tokyo: A. D. A. Edita Tokyo, 1974.
  • Hoesli, Bernard. "Frank Lloyd Wright: Fallingwater." Architecture & Urbanism 7 (July 1980), 147-166.
  • Kaufmann, Edgar. Fallingwater, A Frank Lloyd Wright Country House. New York: Abbeville Press, 1986.
  • Kaufmann, Edgar. "How Right Was Wright: Edgar Kaufmann Jr. Recalls his Family's Country House, Fallingwater, and How Frank Lloyd Wright Made it One with Nature." House & Garden 158:8 (August 1986), 140-[145],168-170
  • Hoffmann, Donald. Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater: The House and its History. New York: Dover Publications, 1993.
  • McCarter, Robert. Fallingwater. London: Phaidon, 1994.
  • Fallingwater: Frank Lloyd Wright's Romance with Nature. New York: Universe Publishing, 1996.
  • Ponte, Alessandra. "Topik und Topographie: Wrights Falling Water = Topic and Topography: Wright's Falling Water." Daidalos 63 (March 1997), 16-25.
  • Bonfilio, Paul. Fallingwater: The Model. New York: Rizzoli, 2000.
  • Weiss, Norman R., Pamela S. Jerome, and Stephen E. Gottlieb."Fallingwater,Ppart 1: Materials-Conservation Efforts at Frank Lloyd Wright's Masterpiece." APT Bulletin 32:4 (2001), 44-55.
  • "Conserving Wright's architecture." Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly 13:2 (Spring 2002), 4-25.
  • Toker, Franklin. Fallingwater Rising: Frank Lloyd Wright, E.J. Kaufmann, and America's Most Extraordinary House. New York: A.A. Knopf, 2003.
  • Jerome, Pamela S., Norman R. Weiss, and Hazel Ephron. "Fallingwater, Part 2: Materials-Conservation Efforts at Frank Lloyd Wright's Masterpiece." APT Bulletin 37:2 (2006), 3-11.
  • Frank Lloyd Wright: Fallingwater, Mill Run Pennsylvania, U.S.A., 1934-37. Tokyo : A.D.A. Edita, 2009.
  • Peponis, John and Tahar Bellal. "Fallingwater: The Interplay between Space and Shape." Environment & Planning B. Planning & Design 37:6 (November 2010), 982-1001.
  • Fallingwater. New York: Rizzoli, 2011.
  • Gunther, Justin. "The Kaufmanns of Fallingwater: Modern Tastemakers." Modernism 14:1 (Spring 2011), 34-41.

Edgar J. Kaufmann's Private Office

  • Abercrombie, Stanley. "Frank Lloyd Wright: his 1937 office for Edgar Kaufmann." Interior Design 63:10 (November 1992), 106-111.
  • Terence Riley, et al. "Wright at the V & A [special report]." Blueprint (London, England) 94 (February 1993), 21-28.
  • Wilk, Christopher.  Frank Lloyd Wright The Kaufmann Office. London: Victoria & Albert Museum, 1993.

Point Park Civic Center

  • Alberts, Robert C. The Shaping of the Point: Pittsburgh's Renaissance Park. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1981. 91-97.
  • Cleary, Richard. "Edgar J. Kaufmann, Frank Lloyd Wright and the 'Pittsburgh Point Park Coney Island in Automobile Scale'." Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 52:2 (1993), 139-158.
  • Cleary, Richard, and Narciso G Menocal, ed. "Beyond Fallingwater: Edgar J. Kaufmann, Frank Lloyd Wright, and the Projects for Pittsburgh." In Wright Studies, Volume Two: Fallingwater and Pittsburgh. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 2000. 80-113.
  • Cleary, Richard L. Merchant Prince and Master Builder: Edgar J. Kaufmann and Frank Lloyd Wright. Pittsburgh: Heinz Architectural Center, Carnegie Museum of Art, 1999. 53-66; plates 35-43.
  • Drexler, Arthur. The Drawings of Frank Lloyd Wright. New York: Horizon Press for the Museum of Modern Art, 1962. Plates 228-230.
  • Einbinder, Harvey. An American Genius: Frank Lloyd Wright. New York: Philosophical Library, 1986. 329-333.
  • Morgenthaler, Hans R. "Pittsburgh's Golden Triangle: Opportunity Lost and Found?." Avant Garde 4 (1990), 58-71.
  • Mumford, Lewis and Patrick J Meehan, ed. "Lewis Mumford." In Frank Lloyd Wright Remembered. Washington, DC: Preservation Press, National Trust for Historic Preservation, 1991. 200-212.
  • Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks, and Gerald Nordland. "Building for Democracy." In Frank Lloyd Wright: In the Realm of Ideas. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 1988. 89-115.
  • Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks, and Yukio Futagawa, ed. Frank Lloyd Wright in His Renderings 1887-1959. Tokyo: A.D.A. Edita , 1988. Plates 148, 149, 152.
  • Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks, and Yukio Futagawa, ed. Frank Lloyd Wright Monograph 1942-1950. Tokyo: A.D.A. Edita, 1988. 196-203.
  • Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks, and Yukio Futagawa, ed. Frank Lloyd Wright Preliminary Studies 1933–1959. Tokyo: A.D.A. Edita, 1988. 162-171.
  • Tafuri, Manfredo. "From City to Megalopolis: Pittsburgh's Golden Triangle and Urban Planning as a "Negligible Discipline"." In The American City: From the Civil War to the New Deal. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 1983. 483-503.

Kaufmann's Parking Garage

  • Cleary, Richard. "Edgar J. Kaufamnn, Frank Lloyd Wright and the "Pittsburgh Point Park Coney Island in Automobile Scale"." Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 52:2 (1993), 139-158.
  • Cleary, Richard, and Narciso G. Menocal, ed. "Beyond Fallingwater: Edgar J. Kaufmann, Frank Lloyd Wright, and the Projects for Pittsburgh." In Wright Studies, Volume Two: Fallingwater and Pittsburgh. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 2000. 80-113.
  • Cleary, Richard L. "Kaufmann, Wright, and Pittsburgh." In Merchant Prince and Master Builder: Edgar J. Kaufmann and Frank Lloyd Wright. Pittsburgh: Heinz Architectural Center, Carnegie Museum of Art, 1999. 53-66, plates 44 and 45.
  • Drexler, Arthur. The Drawings of Frank Lloyd Wright. New York: Horizon Press for the Museum of Modern Art, 1962. Plates 226 and 227.
  • Einbinder, Harvey. "Bold Dreams, Practical Realities." In An American Genius: Frank Lloyd Wright. New York: Philosophical Library, 1986. 329-333.
  • Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks, and Gerald Nordland, eds. "Materials and Methods." In Frank Lloyd Wright: In the Realm of Ideas. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 1988. 48-88.
  • Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks, and Yukio Futagawa, ed. Frank Lloyd Wright in His Renderings 1887-1959. Tokyo: A.D.A. Edita , 1988. Plate 158.
  • Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks, and Yukio Futagawa, ed. "Project: Self-Service Garage for Edgar J. Kaufmann, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1949." In Frank Lloyd Wright Monograph 1942-1950. Tokyo: A.D.A. Edita, 1988. 275-277.

Point View Residences

Kentuck Knob

  • Van Trump, James D. "Caught in a Hawk's Eye: The House of I.N. Hagan at Kentuck Knob." Charette 44 (April 1964), 20-21.
  • Hoffmann, Donald. Frank Lloyd Wright's House on Kentuck Knob. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2000.
  • Weinstein, Norman. "Kentuck Knob: Frank Lloyd Wright's grand Usonian." Modernism Magazine: 20th Century Art & Design 3:1 (Spring 2000), 42-48.
  • "The I.N. Hagan House - Kentuck Knob." Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly 15:4 (Fall 2004), 14-23.
  • Hagan, Bernardine. Kentuck Knob: Frank Lloyd Wright's house for I.N. and Bernardine Hagan. Pittsburgh: Local History Co., 2005.

Duncan house

  • Rosenblum, Charles. "The Duncan House." Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly 19:3 (Summer 2008), 8-15.