“The students can see themselves as scholars”
For decades a narrow home stood guard over the famous redoubt.
What do linotype, teletype, and portable printers have in common? They’re all innovations that Post-Gazette writers from the 1960s, ’70s, and ’80s heralded as cutting-edge.
These nine photos show parts of Pittsburgh that now look much different.
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.