"This is Augusta Street. The children are standing at the top of Rutledge St. Maybe the front of the school was on Sweetbriar."
"though this says "child in the poor conditions," the shape at the top of the hill is a steam shovel. This is basically when they were rebuilding Cowan street to handle more modern traffic than horse and foot."
"This is closer to 42 Greenbush street. Note the house on the left, which is below grade of the road. see: http://goo.gl/maps/UKQ6P"
"I remember buying a toy car wash there when I was about 8 or 9. That was in the mid-1950's, before East Liberty was 'urban renewaled' to death. "
"I attended Friendship from 1951 to 1959. It was a great public school, in service from 1899 to it's closure in 2006. I visited in 2006, and took quite a few pictures, inside and out. "
"The 28th Street Bridge is actually in Polish Hill, right on the border with the Strip. Polish Hill's northern border runs down the middle of Liberty Ave, and the stretch between 28th and Herron is actually in Polish Hill."
"Polish Hill, not Lawrenceville.
"28th street bridge is in Polish Hill, not Lawrenceville."
"this is Polish Hill, not Lawrenceville!"
"West Penn Park was/is in Polish Hill. "
"This is in Polish Hill."
"West Penn Park is in Polish Hill, not Lawrencevile."
"wrong neighborhood -- West Penn Center was (and is) in Polish Hill."
"Polish Hill, not Lawrenceville."
"This is in Polish Hill, not Lawrenceville."
"I think this should be labeled Elmhurst Street."
"Present day Josephine Street was part of Arlington Ave. in the early years of the past century. The hillside in the left of the photos goes up to Monongahela Park and Field. The house with the chimneys is also in the early picture.
"The Pittsburgh area Eckerds were sold to Rite Aid, not CVS."
"and here's a photo of Seely Street and the Sharpsburg Bridge from the hillside of the zoo property http://images.library...."
"This is actually Machester. Columbus Avenue was Washington before Pittsburgh annexed Allegheny City. I used the steps often before they were removed."