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  • Nicole Souders

    McKeesport's infamous Brick Alley, the red light district where prostitution flourished until the 70's, proper name Mary St.

  • Vintage Grrl

    McKeesport - Brick Alley was noted for it's many "Houses of Prostitution". The first house on the left belonged to my Uncle, David C. Jenkins Jr, which was a house of prostitution. The next house belonged to Gladys Ailstock. She ran a kinda "speakeasy".

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