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The museum has great collection strength beginning in the 19th century, with areas of concentration in earlier periods. Note: the “Search the Collection” box at top does not currently return results for dates as search terms. The ranges here will return records with overlapping dates (e.g., “1930–1940” will return “1937,” “c. 1936–1970”).


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J. Chapin T. Smith

Washington Raising the British Flag at Fort Duquesne

c. 1859

Ralph Johnston

(Carnegie Institute: Founder's Day, April 25, 1918)


James Klingensmith

(War Activities: Men Enlisting in the Navy)

c. 1942

David Smith



Russell Smith

Sligo, Opposite Pittsburgh


Russell Smith

Birmingham from the Top of Coal Hill


Russell Smith

Monongahela River, Opposite Pittsburgh


Russell Smith

Western University of Pennsylvania


George Smith

Cottage for I. Lomax; "Mercers' Hall"; [floor plans]


Henry Smith

Temple, Athens; [record drawing]

c. 1848

Russell Smith

Military Building, Pittsburgh, PA; [exterior perspective]


Henry Smith

Hospital, Highgate, England; [floor plan]

c. 1850
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