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William M. Darlington: Selections from a Collector's Life, Summer 2014 @ Archives & Special Collections: Additional Resources

This library guide is an overview of the Special Collection's exhibit, "William M. Darlington: Selections from a Collector's Life," which features items that were a part of Mr. Darlington's early American history collection.

Other Darlington Family Members

Darlington family relax in a room referred to as the "office."

From left to right, O'Hara, Mary O'Hara, Mrs. William Darlington, and William M. Darlington relax in a room referred to as the "office."

In 2014, the Fort Pitt Block House and the Daughters of the American Revolution dedicated a garden surrounding the Block House to Edith Darlington Ammon.  Edith was the younger of William M. Darlington two daughters.  She successfully led a campaign to save the Block House from demolition in 1902.  The dedication was a part of the festivities commemorating the 250th anniversary of the Fort Pitt Block House.

Books/Collections Related to the Darlington Family

Darlington Memorial Library, ca. 1936

Darlington Memorial Library, ca. 1936

PittCat

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