The Fort Pitt Tunnel was once predicted to help the city “get rid of some traffic headaches.”
Ralph Kiner had a rare talent. He knew how to hold his crowds captive.
The Troy Hill building opened in 1939. Three years later an annex was added. A 1942 photo captured several dozen priests overseeing its dedication.
In 1909, Pittsburgh’s slogan was “You might Ty Cobb – but you can’t Tie Wagner.”