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Allegheny County

Grant Avenue, Duquesne [1937]

First Nat. bank, Etna

General View, Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co. and Machine Co., near Pittsburgh [1923]

Little Sewickley Drive, Sewickley

Federal St., Allegheny, from Lacock to Bridge, during Flood, March 15, 1907

General View of Wilmerding

View of Braddock Ave., from National Bank, looking West, Braddock

Trust Company Building, Bridgeville

Main St. East, Carnegie

Sectional View, Ingram

Depot, Oakmont

Pittsburg and Lake Erie Depot, McKeesport

P. & L. E. Station, McKeesport

The Union Switch & Signal Co., Swissvale [1908]

East Sixth Avenue, Tarentum
East Pittsburgh

Firemans Headquarters, Westinghouse Electric Co., East Pittsburg

An aisle in the works of Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., East Pittsburg [1904]

View of Aisle in Main Works where Large Generators are Built, Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co., East Pittsburgh

General View, Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co. and Machine Co., near Pittsburgh [1923]

Carnegie Steel Works, Homestead

Carnegie Library, Homestead [1926]

Homestead Steel Works, Carnegie Steel Co., near Pittsburgh

Post Office, Homestead [1926]

Eighth Avenue, looking East, Homestead

8th Avenue, Looking West, Homestead [1926]

Masonic Hall, Homestead [1926]

Munhall High School, Homestead [1926]

First Presbyterian Church, Homestead [1926]

Amusement Center, Kennywood Park, near Homestead [1926]

Boating at Kennywood Park, near Homestead [1926]

Kennywood Park

Davis Island Dam and Lock

Fifth Avenue [pre-1907]

Fifth Ave., Cor. Wood St. [pre-1907]

The Point

Sixth Avenue and Duquesne Club [pre-1907]

Dual view: Beechwood Boulevard showing Thaw Residence and Double Decker Car, Largest in the World, Seats 110 People [1923]

Dual View: Carnegie Library, Schenley Park and Largest Concrete Span in the World, East Liberty [1923]

Dual View: Entrance to Forbes Field and Mud and Log Cabin, Penn Avenue, One of the City's First Homes [1923]

Carnegie Institute and Technical School, Schenley Park

Amusement Center, West View Park, North Side [1923]

Federal Street, N. S. [1911]

The Fort Wayne Depot, North Side

Foyer, H. J. Heinz Co. Administration Building [1920]

New Carnegie Library

The Zoo at Highland Park [1923]

Bathing at Lake Elizabeth, North Side [1923]

Dual View: Heinz Residence and Gallery of Vertebrate Paleontology, Carnegie Library [1923]

Dual View: Mellon Residence, 6500 Fifth Avenue and Allegheny Observatory, Breashear Park, North Side [1923]

Dual View: Monongahela Incline, South Side and The O'Hara Homestead, Birthplace of Mrs. Mary E. Schenley [1923]

Mt. Washington Incline [pre-1907]

Schenley High School [1923]

Mary Schenley Monument, Schenley Park [1923]

Serpentine Drive, Schenley Park [1908]

Bridge, Schenley Park [1909]

Castle Shannon Incline, South Side

Dual View: Indian Spring, Schenley Park and Schenley Farms District [1923]

Wabash, Pittsburgh Terminal Station [1913]

Dual View: Carnegie Tech. Schools and Western Pennsylvania Exposition Building [1923]

Carnegie Polytechnic School

Bird's Eye View from Mt. Washington

Soldiers and Sailors Memorial and University of Pittsburgh [1923]

pennsylvania Rail Road Station

Frick Building and Court House Tower

Allegheny County Court House

Hotel Lincoln and Pittsburgh Club

Fort Pitt Hotel

Greater Pittsburgh $33,000,000 Airport, The World's Most Modern

Boulevard View near 5th Avenue

Federal Street Bridge, looking East

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