From Pittsburgh, PA to Columbus, OH, this type of street with rows of banks and office buildings was a common site
in many turn of the century cities. Today these streets may still exist but there are probably a wider variety of businesses
along the sidewalks. A renovated bank building could now house offices for a Pittsburgh or Columbus DUI lawyer
with a retail store or coffee shop on the ground floor.
ABOUT THESE PHOTOS:
All these images were taken between 1900 & 1915.
These high-resolution reproductions of glass plate negatives were donated to the

SteelCactus Foundation by Douglas Haney.
Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania
"Hell With the Lid Off!"
SMITHFIELD STREET BRIDGE
Looking Towards Mt. Washington
SIXTH STREET BRIDGE - 1910
This Bridge Became the Coraopolis Bridge (Recently Imploded)
POINT BRIDGE - 1900
Replaced in 1927 - Closed in 1959
Demolished in 1970
BANKER'S ROW
Fourth Avenue - 1904
COAL BARGES - 1910
Wabash Bridge in Distance
MONONGAHELA RIVER - 1905
From Mount Washington
Photo Antiquities Museum of Pittsburg
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