Kingsley Association Records

What's online?

The Kingsley Association online collection contains images from about 1900 through 1969 showing many views of the Hill District and East Liberty and various activities as well as construction projects at the Lillian Home and the Kingsley House. Images were selected that focus on the Hill District neighborhood and its children, quality of life for city residents, including educational aspects.

What's in the entire collection?

The collection, held by the Archives Service Center (ASC) at the University of Pittsburgh, comprises approximately one thousand photographs taken between 1900 and 1970 of from various Lillian Taylor Camp outings in the 1940s and 1950s, as well as portraits of Thomas Bigelow, Joseph Guffey, and H. J. Heinz, a signed engraving of John A. Brashear, and a signed print of Judge Joseph Buffington. William H. Matthews, Kingsley House Director, created one of the photograph albums included in this collection. In addition to photographs, the collection includes various administrative (annual) reports, brochures, budget information, by-laws, case studies, clippings, a constitution, correspondence, directories, inventories, minutes, publications, scrapbooks, and surveys. Read more...

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