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Billy Eckstine, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, native:"Everything I have is yours.

Page's Dairy Mart, Carson St., Pittsburgh, PA. The only place you should even THINK about going for cool treats during the summer.

the best shaved ice treats in the city. it's like eating flavored snow. cherry is the best and worth every empty calorie.

Duquesne University - graduated from here in 2007

Duquesne University - graduated from here in 20013

Mellon Square Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

“A section of the park showing the Penn-Sheraton Hotel in the right background. This magnificent acre of greenery has brought into the heart of the Golden Triangle the.

Stephen Foster- He was a white Pennsylvanian who made american folk music. He made a song "Old folks at home."

July 1826 : Composer Stephen Collins Foster (“Oh! Susannah” and “Camptown Races”) was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He is often remembered as the “father of American music.

The Walking, Magical Mystery Scavenger Tour of Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh ~ Gateway to the West and steel center of the world. Named for William Pitt by Gen. Forbes after the fall of French Fort Duquesne in Laid out as a town by John Campbell in Incorporated as a city,

Learn to speak Pittsburghese with some of our favorite Pittsburgh celebs.

This dialect has rubbed off on me so much that the only way I can pronounce "steelers" is "stillers." Learn to speak Pittsburghese with some of our favorite Pittsburgh celebs.

Singer Carol Thompson, poses with newsboys at the edge of Sully Pool in South Park during Pittsburgh Courier newsboys' annual picnic, August 1961.

The Big Legacy Of Charles 'Teenie' Harris, Photographer

Singer Carol Thompson, poses with newsboys at the edge of Sully Pool in South Park during Pittsburgh Courier newsboys' annual picnic, August

Market Square has a lot going on these days, but you wouldn't guess it from the appearance in this old photo

Market Square – Downtown Pittsburgh (it looks a LOT prettier today)!

Mount Washington by Matthew Kuhns, via 500px.  Statues at one of the lookout points on top of Mt. Washington in Pittsburgh.

Mount Washington lookout point celebrating Pittsburgh's status as a frontier town and early gateway to the west

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