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Celebrating the Americans with Disabilities Act: Paul Dick

  Paul posing with his siblings in the summer of 1954 alongside a road. Left to right: Paul, Alan, Glen, Mary Ellen, and George Dick. Holly and Paul Dick Family Papers and Photographs, MSS 1177, Detre Library & Archives at the History Center. Until the 1970s, all means of public transportation in Pittsburgh and Allegheny…

Advocacy on Record: The Collection of the ACC-PARC

  A version of this article originally appeared in the Winter 2016 issue of Western Pennsylvania History. In powerful and profound ways, the archival records of human rights advocates stand as essential evidence of their efforts to affect positive change in society. The letters, notes, reports, photographs, and news articles are all a part of…