Pittsburgh Then and Now

Pittsburgh Then and Now Pittsburgh Then and Now matches historic images of the early city with modern photographs that show the city as a compact blend of old and new buildings Downtown the office blocks are punctuated by t

  • Title: Pittsburgh Then and Now
  • Author: Walter C. Kidney
  • ISBN: 9781592231416
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Pittsburgh Then and Now matches historic images of the early city with modern photographs that show the city as a compact blend of old and new buildings Downtown, the office blocks are punctuated by the traces of Pittsburgh s industrial heritage, the so called sliver warehouses Further out, there are older stone structures such as the Burtner House and the block housePittsburgh Then and Now matches historic images of the early city with modern photographs that show the city as a compact blend of old and new buildings Downtown, the office blocks are punctuated by the traces of Pittsburgh s industrial heritage, the so called sliver warehouses Further out, there are older stone structures such as the Burtner House and the block house at Fort Pitt.

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    1. Walter C. Kidney, Pittsburgh Then and Now (Thunder Bay Press, 2004)In the decade or so since collections of photobooks that are solidly grounded in place became all the rage (think Arcadia Press' Images of America books, or the myriad photobook offerings from The History Press), I've often thought that bookstores, which tend to focus on stocking local fare, are missing some great opportunities where these things are concerned; they've always struck me as being more for the armchair traveler than [...]

    2. Another lovely PHLF book featuring old photographs of the Pittsburgh area, along with a more modern counterpart. I especially appreciated the pictures where not too much has changed.

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