Mr. Clyde Wright:
Mt. Washington

Thumbnail: Mt. Washington, 1931 (detail). Mt. Washington, 1931

For Further Reading: 1927-1998

* "Our Gay Village--Mount Washington."

Gazette Times, 19 June 1927.

* "Luxury Hotel Planned Atop Mt. Washington:

Glassed-in Supper Club, Roof Swim Pool
To Feature Spectacular $7 Million Project."
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 20 February 1957.

* "Bold New Look for Mt. Washington

Calls for Mall in Grandview Ave.:
Top Secret Report Ready for City Hall:
Incline Ride to Restaurant Also in Works."
William Allan.
The Pittsburgh Press, 21 September 1958, 1 (Section 2).

* "'Wonderful,' Nikita Says of City View:

Red Premier Gets Glimpse from Mount."
The Pittsburgh Press, 24 September 1959, 2.

* "Grass Carpet Success on Slope over Tunnels:

Entire Hillside May Be Seeded."
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 27 October 1965.

* "Mt. Washington 'Renaissance' Wins Support:

Pioneer 'CP' and 'AP' Zoning at Stake in Rebuilding Plan:
It's Illegal 1 Critic Says."
Bryant Artis.
The Pittsburgh Press, 9 November 1965.

* "Plant the Hill!"

Gilbert Love.
The Pittsburgh Press, 14 April 1966.

* "Ready to Begin Mt. Washington Beautification."

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 18 March 1967.

* "Grand View."

Gilbert Love.
The Pittsburgh Press, 3 May 1968.

* "A Place to Stroll."

Gilbert Love.
The Pittsburgh Press, 28 April 1970.

* "Mt. Washington Dream Flowering."

The Pittsburgh Press, 22 January 1971, 14.

* "City Taking Grand View of Mount Development."

David Mackey.
The Pittsburgh Press, 7 February 1971, 2.

* "A Man for Mount Washington:

At Long Last Here Is Somebody Who Does Something
About Hillside Renewal Instead of Eternally Talking About It;
Five Pilot Projects Being Launched This Spring along McArdle Roadway
To Determine Further Work to Be Completed by a Mount Washington Group." [Harry A. Nassif.]
George Swetnam.
The Pittsburgh Press, 2 April 1972, 8-9 (Magazine).

* "History from the Pages of The Mt. Washington News."

The Mount Washington News, 8 June 1972. (Centennial Souvenir Edition)

* "The Mount Washington Overlooked."

George Swetnam.
The Pittsburgh Press, 27 August 1972, 14-15, 18 (Roto).

* "Skyline the Limit As City Remaps Mt. Washington."

David Warner.
The Pittsburgh Press, 25 February 1973.

* "Mt. Washington Plan in Bloom."

The Pittsburgh Press, 1 May 1973.

* "Little Battles on Mt. Washington:

Is It Just an Unusual Neighborhood,
Or Are We Really All Like That?"
Thomas P. Benic and William McCloskey.
Renaissance Pittsburgh, (September 1973): 20-23.

* "Cliffside Apartments Slated for Mt. Washington."

Sam Spatter.
The Pittsburgh Press, 24 February 1974, A11.

* "Control of Development Is Mt. Washington Problem."

Thomas P. Benic.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 10 September 1975, 5.

* "Why Spend Zillions on San Francisco? Try Out Pittsburgh."

Don Bauer.
Buffalo News, 17 May 1987.

* "A Climb Up Coal Hill."

Clara Herron.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 16 September 1988, 16-17 Magazine).

* "Kids Cruise, Tourists Gaze Atop Mount Washington."

David Warner.
The Pittsburgh Press, 6 August 1990, C1-C2.

* "A New View:

Mount Washington Offers a Spectacular Vista
And Several Developers Are Looking Into Possible Locations There
For Townhouses, Condos and More."
Tom Barnes.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 29 April 1996, J1, J3.

* "Old Grocery Store Has a New Future."

Joanna A. Pro.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 6 October 1997, B3.

* "Their Blessing--And Curse--Is Their View:

In A City of Small Neighborhoods, Vinecliffe Street
Is One of the Smallest, And One of the Most Coveted by Developers."
Gary Rotstein.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 24 June 1998, C3.

* "Hill's-eye View

Mount Washington Is an Ideal Site for a Photography Park." [Editorial.]
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 5 August 1998, A10.


* Mt. Washington Branch,

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.

Last updated: 23 May 23.

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