Stewart Love’s arial photographs show a crowded city with sometimes surprisingly clean air.
“He was in total shock,” witness says of the driver of overturned vehicle.
Disaster strikes after motorists step up to offer assistance.
Street cars were hated, hated by auto owners, by jaywalkers, by people who never used them, a familiar sentiment one observes today towards PAT buses.
A Post-Gazette photographer’s best images are a visual time capsule of 1963.