Mary Dee Dudley, one of the nation’s first black female disc jockeys, was in the air chair at a special Hill District studio for what was then known as WHOD (860) in Homestead. (Pittsburgh Courier archives)
Female worker bottling ketchup at the original Heinz factory circa 1897. Pittsburgh, PA. @Gavin Raymond White
The Silver Pig Bar-B-Q restaurant in the Lower Hill, Pittsburgh. Teenie Harris. [University of Pittsburgh Digital Archives]
+~+~ Vintage Photograph ~+~+ Steelworker family, Pittsburgh, Pa 1935.
Pittsburgh PA: Hill District - August Wilson's Birthplace
Unknown woman sitting for studio portrait, circa 1920
“Sweet Talk,” Charles “Teenie” Harris (1908–1998), photographer. Teenie Harris Archives, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA.
1930s, mary louise harris, pittsburgh
Polish Hill Arts Festival, Pittsburgh
Debs About Town members, posed on step outside of the University of Pittsburgh’s Falk School , 1941 via Teenie Harris, Photographer: An American Story at Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Museum of Art.