There are no Brass Rail restaurants left in the Pittsburgh area today… and no spittoons in use.
These nine photos show parts of Pittsburgh that now look much different.
For immigrants in the Hill District, the place to be was the Irene Kaufmann Settlement.
We never truly understood how awe-inspiring the span must have been to Pittsburghers in the early 1930s.
Questioned at first, Allegheny County’s administration building and its neighbor, the City-County Building, are landmarks today.