It would only seem fitting for today’s Pittsburgh to be the birthplace of a smiley face.
In those years, Pittsburgh was flying high.
The pinnacle of her career came in 1961 when Governor David Lawrence appointed her a justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
It was the first full-scale atomic electric power plant in the world.
A few months before the October 1929 stock market crash, the Allegheny County Morgue finished rolling.