Dancer and choreographer Martha Graham was also something else: a native daughter of Pittsburgh.
By 1915, Hedda Hopper was in Hollywood, where she acted in more than 120 silent films, earning her the nickname “Queen of the Quickies.”
The pinnacle of her career came in 1961 when Governor David Lawrence appointed her a justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
If you ask a Pittsburgher where to find best pancakes in the city, the answer most likely would be, “At Pamela’s.”
Mary Pat Donegan, a psychotherapist, was president.