In honor of our 40th anniversary, we’ve compiled this full archive that reflects a history of articles covering the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh–from the key cultural moments in the late 1970s that influenced the move to create a Center, to the founding of the Center in 1980, to the Center’s various programs and activities throughout the years.
These articles are made available thanks to the resources provided by newspapers.com and The Pittsburgh Jewish Newspaper Project. The Pittsburgh Jewish Newspaper Project is a collaboration of Carnegie Mellon University Libraries, the Rodef Shalom Congregation Archives, the Rauh Jewish Archives at the Senator John Heinz History Center, and the Jewish Chronicle of Pittsburgh. Additional materials loaned by the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.
This archive is a work in progress, and we will continue to make updates to make it easier to use as a convenient finding aid.