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Thaddeus Mortimer Fowler : “Perspective Map of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania” (1902)

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Published in 1902, this perspective map of Pittsburgh looks east over the confluence of the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers; the site of present-day Point State Park. The streets and rivers are labeled. Points of interest, including the courthouse, banks and railway stations, are indexed along the bottom margin. Pictorial maps such these were once a popular way for American towns and cities to attract business and immigration.

Credit Line: Image Restoration by Adam Cuerden.

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