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Pittsburgh 1905 Monongahela Incline Mount Washington funicular railway freight incline dry plate glass negative Detroit Publishing Company photo vintage shorpy
(via Come On Down: 1905 | Shorpy Historical Photo Archive)
Pittsburgh circa 1905. “Monongahela Incline up Mount Washington.” A funicular railway that ran until 1935. The freight incline is on the left. 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company.
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YOUNG LADIES & GENTS | 1940S-50s Two girls and two boys wearing matching clothing, posed in park. Credit: Charles Teenie Harris, photographer. Teenie Harris Photograph Collection, 1920-1970, Carnegie Museum of Art
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Young women and girls, some holding suitcases and folded blankets, standing on stairs in between buildings. Teenie Harris, photographer. Courtesy of the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA.
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Members of the North Side Elks Majorettes, 1945. Teenie Harris, photographer. Courtesy of the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA.
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HE COULD’A BEEN A CONTENDER | 1955
A group of young boxers, possibly Golden Gloves contenders, lined up in boxing ring, c. 1955. Charles “Tennie” Harris, photographer (1908-1988). Teenie Harris Archive, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA
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Girl on the Playground | 1950s
Teenie Harris, Photographer. Pittsburgh Courier Archives
Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 1900 A Mill Street Fifty Shades of Black glass negative photo vintage shorpy
(via Pittsburgh Noir: 1900 | Shorpy Historical Photo Archive)
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, circa 1900. “A Mill Street.” Fifty Shades of Black. 7x5 inch glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.
1938 Pittsburgh Arthur Rothstein photo vintage shorpy slums
(via Rear Window: 1938 | Shorpy Historical Photo Archive)
Paul Signac Place des Lices. Saint-Tropez 1893 Carnegie Museum of Art Pittsburgh art painting.
(via THE BLUE LANTERN: Luminance)
Paul Signac - Place des Lices. Saint-Tropez, 1893, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh.
Vintage Black and white Street Photography Art Portrait W. Eugene Smith Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 1950s USA United States America Girl Child Kid Children Childhood Youth Young Animals Pet Falcon Birds Raptor Bird of prey Pet Show Monochrome Photograph Hand
W. Eugene Smith
From W. Eugene Smith Photographs 1934-1975