19) The Elizabeth Nesbitt Room makes a point of collecting the work of Pennsylvania authors and artists. Jeannette Campbell Shirk was a graduate of Carnegie Library School, earned the master's degree in fine arts at the University of Pittsburgh and was its Fine Arts librarian from 1950 to 1963. She gave us her collection of books, notable for their fine illustrations. She was the author of a thesis, Picture Windows: Children's Book Illustrations, and was herself an artist who won many awards. Her panther was modeled after a statue on the Panther Hollow bridge.