On the first morning of November, I walked down the long slope from my house in Squirrel Hill to the Carnegie Museum of Art in Oakland for a meeting of foundation leaders to do what people in my position do so many times each week: Assess the merits of a proposal to fund…

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  • Issue Quarter Spring
  • Issue Year 2007
  • Sub Heading Maxwell King, head of The Heinz Endowments, died and came back to life — thanks to a little help from his friends
James Ignatius Smith III, 74: Smith became the first executive director of the Allegheny County Bar Association and built it into one of the most vital in the country. He was in charge from 1963 until 2001 and built membership from 1,900 to 6,500 and staff from seven to 70.Smith was dedicated to…

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  • Issue Quarter Spring/​Summer
  • Issue Year 2006
  • Sub Heading Noting the passing of prominent Pittsburghers
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