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Monongahela Wharf Commercial Buildings Market Street to Wood Street C. 1850 to C. 1890
In the early 1700s, the Allegheny River formed a boundary: lands claimed by European nations were to the east, and lands claimed by Native Americans were to the west. Near this site in 1783, James Robinson, the first permanent European settler …
This log cabin, typical of the log cabins built by the first white settlers, is one of the very few original log cabins in Allegheny County. It was in cabins such as this that our forefathers established their hold on the soil and raised the first…
Through 24 years of public service, Mr. Mason worked tirelessly to increase housing and employment opportunities for minorities. Mr. Mason was an exceptional civil rights leader and human being. He served numerous roles throughout the city: Indust…
Johnson Studio was one of the first African-American owned and operated businesses to locate on Centre Avenue. The Studio was first opened at 1862 Centre Avenue in 1923 under the founder's name, Luther H. Johnson, Photographer. The name was change…
Never to be forgotten.... This plaque honors the visionaries of the Hill District's Freedom House Ambulance Service - founders, staff, medical advisors, funders, and supporters—for their significant contributions to emergency medical serv…
First Muslim Mosque of Pittsburgh Originally, Wylie Avenue Branch Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Alden & Harlow, architects, 1899
Allegheny Country Club 1902 William Ross Proctor, Architect
Shields Presbyterian Church J.W. Kerr, Architect 1868-69
The title of the sculpture, Langley Observatory Clock, refers to the work of Samuel P. Langley. In 1870, Langley, director of the Allegheny Observatory, created the Allegheny System - a standardized system of measuring and disseminating accurate t…
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