Millstein Library- UPG Archives
The UPG campus was founded in 1963. Since that time, the library has collected documents, publications, newspaper articles, pictures and videotapes chronicling the phenomenal growth of this regional campus. Also included in this collection are publications relating to the history of Westmoreland County, particularly Greensburg, the county seat, and the University of Pittsburgh as a whole. Materials in this collection are not on PITTCAT+ (the University catalog) but an online index and outline is available. Patrons must come to the library to view archival material during regular library hours. Please call the library at 724-836-9687 or e-mail. Click here to view the campus chronology.
Copyright & Use:
All photographs in the UPG Visual History site are the property of the University of
Pittsburgh at Greensburg or the Westmoreland County Historical Society and are
governed by the copyright law of the United States (Title 17 United States Code).
Permission may be granted upon request for a one-time non-exclusive
photographs for publication, exhibition, documentary creation or other educational
purposes for University-owned items. Please contact the Millstein Library at
724-836-9687 or email.
Greensburg Tribune Review - Obituary and Other Requests
The library contains a complete run of the Tribune Review in microfilm back to 1955. Requests for copies of death notices and/or copies of articles can be made via email or phone (724-836-9687). Please be advised that not all deaths in Westmoreland County are included in this newspaper nor is it indexed. Consequently, requests for searching for obituaries are subject to a $25 charge whether the death notice is found or not to cover our time and copying costs.
NOTE: IF YOU HAVE AN EXACT DATE AND IT IS FOUND IMMEDIATELY, WE WILL SEND YOU ONE COPY FREE OF CHARGE FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY. CHARGES WILL APPLY FOR INDIVIDUALS CONDUCTING GENEALOGICAL OR LEGAL RESEARCH.
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