Italian Store

08906cp
View of men inspecting damage to F. Di Berardino's store at Webster and Sixth Avenues.
August 4th, 1908
Location
Downtown
Address
Webster and Sixth Avenue
Pittsburgh City Photographer Collection
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Source
Pittsburgh City Photographer Collection, 1901-2002, AIS.1971.05, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh Original URL
Subjects
Downtown (Pittsburgh, Pa.); Webster Avenue (Pittsburgh, Pa.); F. Di Berardino (Pittsburgh, Pa.); Business enterprises--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh.; Men--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh.
Identifier
715.08906.CP
Rights
Public Domain - Anybody may use this photo for any purpose
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  • Matt over 10 years ago

    A lot of these hump cut photos show business that obviously catered to immigrant communities, especially Italian. Then when the cut is finished it's all large hotels and offices (many Frick-owned). Was this Pittsburgh's first Urban Renewal slum clearance masquerading as a public works improvement?

    My guess would be this is the NE corner?
    Map: http://images.library.pitt.edu/cgi-...

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