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History Uncorked: '80s Night - Downtown Pittsburgh

Break out your spandex and legwarmers because on Friday, February 21, the Heinz History Center’s 22nd annual History Uncorked

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Downtown Pittsburgh skyline view, 1896

Title: [Downtown Pittsburgh skyline view, 1896] [graphic] Publisher: 1896 Date Issued: 1896 Format:1 photograph. Description: Title from sleeve. "P-2470." From: the Pittsburgh Collection, sub-collection of the Pittsburgh Photographic Library Collection, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Dept. Persistent URL: hdl.handle.net/10493/616 More information about the Pittsburgh Photographic Library Collection is available at www.carnegielibrary.org/locations/pennsylvania/ppl.html

Pittsburgh's Golden Triangle - 1900

13 Vintage Photos Of Pittsburgh's Streets That Will Take You Back In Time

Journey back to the early part of the 20th century when you view these 13 vintage photos of Pittsburgh's streets. Click for more...

Corner of Liberty and Fifth Avenues

Coal fumes in the 1940s blotted out the sun. Gas lamps sometimes had to be lit during the day.

Old Wells Street Bridge (Allen County Bridge 541)

Historic Truss Bridge in Fort Wayne Allen County, Indiana. One of the most ornate truss bridges in the nation, and also featuring complex truss design, this bridge is an artistic masterpiece without compare!

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Corner of Liberty and Fifth Avenues

Coal fumes in the 1940s blotted out the sun. Gas lamps sometimes had to be lit during the day.

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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - Hell With the Lid Off!

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“#Pittsburgh's "Point" in 1932. (Pittsburgh City Photographer Collection, April 26, 1932)”

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The Golden Triangle at the junction of the Monongahela and the Allegheny Rivers, Pittsburgh, 1936 [LIFE magazine]

Pittsburgh PA Sunday, May 3, 1964

Photo by August Katrencik (who even recorded the time as 2 pm). The Fort Duquesne "Bridge To Nowhere" was still incomplete, and North Pole Ice Cream was still there (bottom of photo). August Katrencik - First Photographer in the Katrencik Family (as reprinted from “Villages” by Joe Katrencik in the Fall, 1994 issue of Pittsburgh History magazine published by the Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania) The first person to take photographs in our family was August Katrencik. August was the…

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Interior of P&LE Passenger Station in Pittsburgh, 1946 [University of Pittsburgh Digital Archives]

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Chair of Bullies

According as his divine power hath given unto us all things that pertain unto life and godliness, through the knowledge of him that hath called us to glory and virtue: Whereby are given unto us...