Found in the June 29, 1955 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: the above news item on a six-alarm fire at Scaife Hall, which was then still a work in progress. A follow-up in the next day’s Post-Gazette described how the blaze spread next door to adjoining Presbyterian Hospital. George Knarr, chief chef and a former firefighter, helped put out the fire at the hour he normally would have been preparing breakfast. When the flames had been doused ... Mr. Knarr, aided by many other hospital employes [sic], cleaned things up, and breakfast was only an hour late. Lunch was served on schedule.