1. In 1902, Mrs. Soffel helped the Biddle Boys escape from the Allegheny County Jail.  In what type of vehicle did they make their unsuccessful get-away? << answer >>

  2. In what city was Gertrude Stein born (Hint: its not a city any more)? << answer >>

  3. Margaret Morrison Carnegie College for Women (now Carnegie University)is the alma mater of chemist Stephanie Kwolek.  What is Kwolek’s major discovery? << answer >>

  4. In which Pittsburgh factory did female factory workers assemble secret, experimental aircraft during WWII? << answer >>

  5. Her influential parties earned her the name, “The Hostess with the Mostess” << answer >>

  6. Pittsburgh’s South Side was home to a Women-Only bar named after a specific type of ladies underthings—what was the bar called? << answer >>

  7. As the first African American Woman millionaire, Madame C.J. Walker spent time in Pittsburgh running her successful business.  What type of products did she develop and sell? << answer >>

  8. This 19th century reporter went around the world in less than 80 days. << answer >>

  9. Name the groundbreaking book written by naturalist Rachel Carson in 1962. << answer >>

  10. What instrument did jazz great Mary Lou Williams play? << answer >>

  11. Who is the Frick that Frick Park is named after? << answer >>

  12. Evelyn Nesbit, the infamous artist’s model from Pittsburgh, became known as the Girl in the Red Velvet ___________________ << answer >>

  13. Name the Pittsburgh-born choreographer of “Appalachian Spring.” << answer >>

  14. What was the main theme explored in the paintings of impressionist Mary Cassatt? << answer >>

  15. What was your mother’s mother’s maiden name?

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