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A Crumbling Pittsburgh Treasure

Friday, March 10, 2017
Posted in: Culture,History,Housing,Updates

A Crumbling Pittsburgh Treasure from the Pittsburgh Quarterly
“This was the childhood home of August Wilson — the Pulitzer Prize winning playwright who saw the world unfolding from his front stoop, and then spent his adulthood penning homages to a neighborhood where black lives always mattered and a nation that never seemed to get it.”

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