What’s it like to be a teenager in Pittsburgh? The answer has (and has not) changed with each generation.
Photographer Mark Murphy
The T was 75 years in the making, and while it still doesn’t go as far as many Pittsburghers would like, it did help improve the city’s 20th century Downtown traffic headaches.
Mary Pat Donegan, a psychotherapist, was president.
In 1991, Gov. Robert P. Casey announced his plan to close the facility. A year later, it was empty.
Pittsburgh’s Hill District was once home to three settlement houses. In 1964, they became one.