Senator John Heinz History Center
Typescript copy of a speech read to the Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania, May 31, 1956
Senator John Heinz History Center
Three original items, a brochure listing the summer schedule, a pass for free travel and a bill for apples
Senator John Heinz History Center
Records include minutes, financial material, scrapbooks, slides, photo albums, and annual convention proceedings. Records document the history of the Pittsburgh Unit and annual convention of the Women's Overseas Service League
Senator John Heinz History Center
Address commemorating the bicentennial of the laying out of the Carlisle Public Square and a brief history of Carlisle to 1800
Senator John Heinz History Center
The H. Samson, Inc. Records are housed in sixty one archival boxes and forty six wrapped ledgers identified as shelf and are arranged in four series. Series have been designated as Case Files, Financial Records and Office Files and Furguson Wood Funeral Home. The funeral case files and order books provide information about the daily activities of the funeral home including: funeral ceremony procedure and cost, cremations, body transfers, and embalming techniques
Senator John Heinz History Center
Military discharge for John W. Ainsworth
Senator John Heinz History Center
One volume scrapbook with clippings from unidentified newspapers mounted in a steamboat passenger register
Senator John Heinz History Center
The Laba Family Papers and Photographs primarily include receipts for remittances sent to Laba family members in Slovakia. Part of these funds supported the immigration of Anna Laba, sister of John Laba, in 1920. The collection also includes an affidavit affirming the ability of John Laba to support his sister's passage and maintenance in his home, two marriage portraits of Anna Valalik and John Laba and a postcard depicting Holy Ghost Orthodox Church in Ambridge
Senator John Heinz History Center
The Heinz Historian's Club Records include records created by the club as well as Heinz materials with collected by the club members. The club records in this collection include meeting minutes and correspondence between club members. Materials in this collection collected by its members include still registrations (1908-1961), advertisements (1924, 1936, undated), photographs (1933-c.1980s) booklets (1964-1992, undated) and Heinz financial reports (1960-1964). The photographs include images of the Heinz exhibit at the Chicago World’s Fair in 1933, a Heinz ketchup bottle that was found at Scott’s Hut on Ross Island in Antarctica, and the Heinz Ketchup Racing Team. Booklets include a program for the Pittsburgh Factory’s 1992 ribbon cutting, a “Professor Pickle” recipe book, a 1954 booklet featuring a list of service award recipients, and a 1970 employee handbook. Other items within the collection include Happy Soup Club materials, a Heinz-sponsored Captain Gallant comic book, ... Read More