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What's online?

This collection contains records, such as correspondence and photographs, which illustrate the dedication and work of Pitt faculty. Also included are a series of radio lectures by faculty members from 1924 to 1930.

What's in the entire collection?

The University Archives contains the papers and research of many distinguished faculty from a variety of disciplines. In addition, the archives also maintains personal information files that often include photographs, newspaper articles, and biographies.

About Pitt Faculty

During its long history, the university has employed many distinguished faculty members that have educated and impacted not only Pitt students, but also the local and global community. Jonas Salk invented the polio vaccine on the Oakland campus. Researchers from Dr. Thomas Starzl - known as the father of modern transplantation - to astronomers Samuel Pierpont Langley and John Brashear have all conducted research at the university.

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