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March 3, 2021

The Rise and Fall of Pittsburgh’s Diamond Market

From 1915 until it was demolished in 1961, Diamond Market shaped the life of one of Pittsburgh’s oldest public spaces. The market hosted poultry shows and boxing matches, a roller-skating rink, and for a while, the Traffic Division of the Pittsburgh Police Department.

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October 20, 2020

Pittsburgh Women in Business: Celebrating National Women’s Small Business Month

In honor of National Women’s Small Business month, here are four more stories of women in business told through the collection of the Heinz History Center:

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June 4, 2020

Resilience in Ruffles: A New Look at Pittsburgh’s Suffrage Shirtwaist Ball

While the Shirtwaist Ball’s basic story has been told, examining it more closely within the context of the suffrage movement and anti-suffrage imagery underlines the resilience of the Pennsylvania women who sponsored it and who fought so long and creatively for women’s right to vote.

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