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Allegheny City: A History of Pittsburgh's North Side

Dan Rooney (Author), Carol Peterson (Author)

Dan Rooney, longtime North Side resident, joins local historian Carol Peterson in creating this highly engaging history of the cultural, industrial and architectural achievements of Allegheny City from its humble beginnings until the present day. 

Allegheny City, known today as Pittsburgh's North Side, was the third-largest city in Pennsylvania when it was controversially annexed by the City of Pittsburgh in 1907.  Founded in 1787 as a reserve land tract for Revolutionary War veterans in compensation for their service, it quickly evolved into a thriving urban center with its own character, industry and accomplished residents (p. 264). 

Heinz Glass Pickle Ornament

Be the first child to find the Heinz Glass Pickle Ornament in the Christmas tree and you will get an extra gift from Saint Nicholas! 

Heinz Ketchup Bottle Ornament

This Glass Ketchup Bottle Ornament comes gift-boxed with slogan: "Ketch-up on the Holiday Spirit".

Heinz Red Ketchup Label T-Shirt: Adult
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Who wouldn't love this 100% cotton Red Ketchup Label T-shirt depicting the iconic Heinz Tomato Ketchup bottle?



Heinz Red Ketchup Label T-Shirt: Toddler
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Now that you've purchased one for yourself, make the day of your favorite kiddie ketchup lover with this 100% cotton Heinz Red Ketchup Label T-Shirt.

Myron Cope's Official Terrible Towel

Cheer your Steelers to victory with Myron Cope's Official Terrible Towel! A Pittsburgh original since 1975.

Pin - Ketchup Bottle

For the year 2000, the Heinz Company decided to try something new for its pickle pin.  For the first time, an entirely different pin was produced.  Rather than a pickle, the new pin was shaped like a red Heinz Ketchup Bottle, complete with painted white cap and keystone-shaped label.

Pin - Pickle

H.J. Heinz, a marketing genius, developed the idea of the Pickle Pin at the 1893 Chicago World's Fair.  People climbed the stairs by the hundreds of thousands to the Heinz Co. exhibit, where they tasted samples of the company's many varieties and received a Pickle Pin.

The Civil War in Pennsylvania: A Photographic History

Michael G. Kraus (Author), David M. Neville (Author), Kenneth C. Turner (Author), Brian Butko (Editor). Forward by A. Masich.

The Civil War in Pennsylvania: A Photographic History is the first photo history of the war in the Commonwealth.  Most of the images are from private collectors and have never been published. 

Published by the Senator John Heinz History Center, this is a project of Pennsylvania Civil War 150, a statewide coalition of historical organizations commemorating the sesquicentennial (p. 312)

The Heinz Tomato Ketchup Cookbook

Paul Hartley (Author)

The Heinz Tomato Ketchup Cookbook is filled with recipes, food photography, and beautiful archival images as well as hilarious trivia and anecdotes.  Paul Hartley's collection of original recipes shows how Heinz Ketchup can be more than just a dollop on the side of your plate (p. 85).

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