Atlas of the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1911
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In 1906 Allegheny City was annexed to Pittsburgh and two years later the pattern of wards was modified and many street names changed because of duplication. Maps show both old and new names of streets, and old and new ward boundaries. A necessary tool for census and city directory research. Oversize, wire bound, 50 11″ x 17″ pages.