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List of Pennsylvania state historical markers in Allegheny County

Location of Allegheny County in Pennsylvania

This is a list of the Pennsylvania state historical markers in Allegheny County.

This is intended to be a complete list of the official state historical markers placed in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (PHMC). The locations of the historical markers, as well as the latitude and longitude coordinates as provided by the PHMC's database, are included below when available. There are currently 148 historical markers located in Allegheny County.[1]


Historical markers

Marker title Image Date dedicated Location Marker type Topics
1909 McKee's Rocks Strike Saturday, October 14, 2000 812 Island Avenue at McKees Rocks Bridge, Stowe Township
Roadside Labor
1st Drive-In Filling Station Tuesday, July 11, 2000 Near intersection of Baum Boulevard & St. Clair Streets, East Liberty/Friendship (Pittsburgh)
City Business & Industry, Oil & Gas, Transportation
Allegheny Arsenal Thursday, June 1, 1967 40th Street near Davidson at Arsenal Park, opposite #257, Lawrenceville
City Civil War, French & Indian War, Military
Allegheny Cotton Mill Strikes Monday, October 01, 2007 Allegheny Landing, near Allegheny River between Roberto Clemente (6th Street) & Andy Warhol (7th Street) Bridges, North Shore (Pittsburgh)
City Government & Politics 19th Century, Labor, Mills
Allegheny County Thursday, December 30, 1982 County Courthouse (courtyard), Grant Street between 5th & Forbes Avenues, Pittsburgh
City Business & Industry, Government & Politics, Government & Politics 18th Century, Iron, Steel
Allegheny Observatory Friday, November 02, 1979 Riverview Avenue in Riverview Park (off US 19) near Observatory, Observatory Hill, Pittsburgh
City Education, Medicine & Science, Transportation
Andrew Carnegie (1835-1919) Thursday, April 18, 1996 Carnegie Museum of Natural History, 4400 Forbes Avenue (Schenley Drive Extension), Oakland (Pittsburgh)
City Business & Industry, Education, Ethnic & Immigration, Professions & Vocations, Steel
Art Blakey (1919-1990) Sunday, August 26, 2007 617 Chauncey Street, Hill District (Pittsburgh)
City African American, Music & Theater, Performers
Arthur J. Rooney (1901-1988) Friday, June 03, 2005 Tourman Street & Coulterville Road, Coulter
Roadside Ethnic & Immigration, Football, Sports
August Wilson (1945-2005) Wednesday, May 30, 2007 1727 Bedford Ave., Hill District (Pittsburgh)
Roadside African American, Music & Theater, Writers
Avery College Monday, January 01, 1968 621 East Ohio Street, North Side (Pittsburgh)
City African American, Education, Religion
Barney Dreyfuss (1865-1932) Thursday, June 30, 2005 Posvar Hall, Roberto Clemente & Schenley Drives, University of Pittsburgh, Oakland section
City Baseball, Entrepreneurs, Sports
Bethel A.M.E. Church Sunday, September 24, 1995 405 1st Avenue, at Smithfield Street, Pittsburgh
City African American, Civil Rights, Education, Religion
Bethel Presbyterian Church Tuesday, August 21, 1951 2999 Bethel Church Road between PA 88 & US 19, Bethel Park
Roadside Buildings, Education, Religion
Billy Eckstine (1914-1993) Sunday, July 31, 1994 5917 Bryant Street, Highland Park (Pittsburgh)
City African American, Performers
Bost Building Tuesday, July 07, 1992 617-623 East 8th Avenue near Heisel Street, Homestead
City Buildings, Iron, Labor, Publishing, Steel
Bouquet Camp Saturday, December 21, 1946 Saltsburg Road (PA 380) & Frankstown Avenue (Petermans Corner), Penn Hills Twp
Roadside Forts, French & Indian War, Military, Roads
Bower Hill Friday, August 23, 1996 292 Kane Boulevard, Scott Twp., NE of Bridgeville
Roadside African American, American Revolution, George Washington, Mansions & Manors, Military, Whiskey Rebellion
Braddock's Crossing Monday, August 24, 1964 Hoffman & Kennywood (PA 837) Boulevards at Kennywood Park, West Mifflin
Roadside French & Indian War, Military, Native American
Braddock's Defeat Saturday, February 28, 1948 549 Jones Avenue, Washington Statue Park, Braddock
Roadside Forts, French & Indian War, Military, Native American
Braddock's Defeat Saturday, February 28, 1948 US 30, north side, S of I-376 exit 10, Forest Hills (Missing)
Roadside French & Indian War, Military, Native American
Braddock's Field Monday, September 12, 1994 549 Jones Avenue, Washington Statue Park, Braddock
Roadside Government & Politics, Military, Whiskey Rebellion
Carnegie Hero Fund Commission 1995 301 Pittsburgh Street (SR 1001, old PA 28), across from Washington Street, Springdale
Roadside Business & Industry
Carnegie Library of Homestead Swim Team Saturday, August 14, 2004 Homestead Library, 510 East 10th Avenue, Munhall
City Sports, Women
Charles Martin Hall (1863-1914) Sunday, March 01, 1998 3200 Smallman St., Pittsburgh
City Business & Industry, Electricity, Entrepreneurs, Invention
Charles Taze Russell (1852-1916) Monday, May 08, 2000 Allegheny Center, East Commons, at New Hazlett Theater (formerly Carnegie Hall), Pittsburgh
City Buildings, Houses & Homesteads, Religion
Chartier's Town Thursday, December 19, 1946 PA 28 at Tarentum (Missing)
City Business & Industry, Cities & Towns, Early Settlement, Native American
Clinton Furnace Thursday, September 02, 2004 Bessemer Court at Station Square, Pittsburgh
Roadside Business & Industry, Furnaces, Iron
Crawford Grill Saturday, April 07, 2001 Wylie Avenue at Elmore Street, Pittsburgh
City African American, Music & Theater
Daisy E. Lampkin Sunday, August 08, 1993 2519 Webster Avenue at Watt Lane, Hill District (Pittsburgh)
City African American, Government & Politics, Government & Politics 20th Century, Women
David L. Lawrence Thursday, February 28, 1985 Point State Park, Pittsburgh (Missing)
City Government & Politics, Government & Politics 19th Century, Governors
Davis Island Lock & Dam Saturday, July 04, 1987 1050 Ohio River Blvd. (PA 65) at E borough line, at Eat 'n' Park, Avalon
Roadside Environment
Dravo Corporation Shipyard Friday, August 18, 1995 5500 Grand Avenue, at Memorial Park, beside fire station, Neville Island
Roadside Business & Industry, Entrepreneurs
Duquesne Steel Works Sunday, October 12, 1997 East Grant Avenue & Linden Street (PA 837), Duquesne
City Business & Industry, Entrepreneurs
Duquesne University Thursday, October 05, 1978 Bluff Street at University Administration Building, Pittsburgh
City Education, Ethnic & Immigration, Religion
Elizabeth Friday, December 20, 1946 Between exit ramp of PA 51 and Elizabeth Bridge, Elizabeth
Roadside Business & Industry, Transportation
Ethelbert Nevin Friday, May 07, 1948 Ohio River Boulvard (PA 65) at Edgeworth Lane, east side, Edgeworth
Roadside Music & Theater, Writers
Ethelbert Nevin Friday, May 07, 1948 Ohio River Boulevard (PA 65), west side, at Edgeworth Lane (MISSING)
Roadside Music & Theater
Ferris Wheel Inventor 1967 West Commons, Arch Street near South Diamond (MARKER NOT YET REINSTALLED)
City George Washington, Invention, Professions & Vocations, Sports
First Aluminum Observatory Dome Saturday, June 27, 1998 Between West View Avenue & McKnight Road (Truck US 19), Ross Township
Roadside Education, Environment, Invention, Medicine & Science
First Mining of Pittsburgh Coal Thursday, April 18, 1985 Grandview Avenue between Ulysses & Bertha Streets, Mt. Washington (Pittsburgh)
City Business & Industry, Coal
First Professional Football Game Tuesday, November 03, 1992 North Shore Drive & Art Rooney Drive, near Heinz Field, North Shore (Pittsburgh)
Roadside Football, Sports
First World Series Friday, September 18, 1998 Riverwalk near PNC Park and the water steps, North Shore (Pittsburgh)
Roadside Baseball, Sports
Forbes Field Friday, July 07, 2006 3950 Roberto Clemente Drive near South Bouquet Street, by remaining Forbes Field wall, Pitt campus, Oakland (Pittsburgh)
Roadside Baseball, Football, Sports
Forbes Road (Bouquet's Breastworks) Wednesday, July 09, 1952 Old Frankstown Road, at Boyce Park Administration Building, Monroeville
Roadside French & Indian War, Military
Forbes Road, 1758, Fort Bedford to Fort Duquesne - Fort Duquesne End (PLAQUE) 1930 Point State Park, between Fort Pitt Museum & Blockhouse, Pittsburgh
Plaque Forts, French & Indian War, Military, Roads
Forbes Road, 1758, Fort Bedford to Fort Duquesne - The Bouquet Encampment (PLAQUE) 1930 PA 380 (Saltsburg & Frankstown Roads), Petermans Corner, Penn Hills Township
Plaque French & Indian War, Military, Roads
Fort Duquesne Friday, May 08, 1959 Point State Park, main entrance at Commonwealth Place, Pittsburgh (MISSING)
City Forts, French & Indian War, Military
Fort Lafayette Monday, December 1, 1958 9th Street just north of Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh
City Forts, Military, Native American, War of 1812
Fort Pitt Friday, May 8, 1959 Point State Park, main entrance Commonwealth Place, Pittsburgh (MISSING)
City Forts, French & Indian War, Military
Fort Pitt Blockhouse Friday, May 8, 1959 Point State Park, main entrance Commonwealth Place, Pittsburgh (MISSING)
City Forts, French & Indian War, Military
Fort Prince George Friday, May 8, 1959 Point State Park, main entrance Commonwealth Place, Pittsburgh (MISSING)
City Forts, French & Indian War, George Washington, Military
Founding Convention of the AFL Wednesday, September 24, 1997 Northwest corner of Mellon Park, between 5th & 6th Streets, opposite William Penn Hotel, Pittsburgh
City Labor
Founding Convention of the CIO Tuesday, September 23, 1997 North Commons Drive, at MLK Elementary, near Allegheny Center, Pittsburgh
City Labor
Founding of Ironworkers Union Saturday, May 22, 1999 At Firstside Park, Grant Street, between Boulevard of the Allies and 1st Avenue, Pittsburgh
City Iron, Labor
Frances Perkins Saturday, October 4, 2003 Southwest corner of 9th Avenue & Amity Street, at police station, Homestead
City Government & Politics 20th Century, Labor, Steel, Women
Frank Conrad (1874-1941) Saturday, December 1, 1990 PA 8 (Penn Avenue) & South Trenton Avenue, Wilkinsburg
City Business & Industry, Entrepreneurs
Frank E. Bolden (1912-2003) Thursday, September 30, 2004 2621 Centre Avenue, across from YMCA, Hill District (Pittsburgh)
City African American, Military Post-Civil War, Publishing, Writers
Frank Vittor (1888-1968) Sunday, October 12, 2008 At Columbus statue in Schenley Park, Schenley Drive & Frew Street Extension, Oakland (Pittsburgh)
Roadside Artists, Ethnic & Immigration
Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway (1895-1993) Saturday, November 6, 1999 Fox Chapel High School, 611 Field Club Road, Fox Chapel
Roadside Military, Military Post-Civil War
George Westinghouse Friday, May 7, 1948 US 30 at west end of Turtle Creek, Turtle Creek
Roadside Business & Industry, Electricity, Entrepreneurs, Invention
George Westinghouse Monday, December 23, 1946 US 30 at east end of Turtle Creek, Turtle Creek (MISSING)
Roadside Business & Industry, Electricity, Entrepreneurs, Invention
Great Steel Strike of 1919, The Friday, September 23, 1994 Braddock Avenue at 14th Street, across from Edgar Thompson Works, Braddock
City Government & Politics, Labor, Steel
Greenlee Field Friday, July 17, 2009 Bedford Avenue & Junilla Street, Hill District (Pittsburgh)
City African American, Football, Sports
Hand's Hospital Tuesday, December 24, 1946 PA 60 (West Steuben Street) at Linden Street, across from Crafton Park, Crafton
Roadside French & Indian War, Military
Heidelberg Raceway and Sports Arena Sunday, July 15, 2012 Washington Pike (PA 50), in front of King's Restaurant, Heidelberg
City Performers, Railroads, Sports & Recreation
Helen Richey (1909-1947) Tuesday, October 1, 2002 Renzie Park, Eden Park Boulevard & Tulip Drive, McKeesport
Roadside Education, Military, Military Post-Civil War, Professions & Vocations, Transportation, Women
Henry Clay Frick (1848-1919) Tuesday, December 10, 1946 Grant Street near 5th Avenue, in median at Frick Bldg., Pittsburgh
City Business & Industry, Coal
Henry J. Heinz (1844-1919) Wednesday, September 14, 1994 Chestnut & Progress Streets, North Side (Pittsburgh)
City Business & Industry, Entrepreneurs
Homestead Grays, The Wednesday, September 27, 2000 Amity Street at The Waterfront, at parking lot and railroad tracks, Homestead
Roadside African American, Baseball, Sports
Homestead Strike Wednesday, July 1, 1992 880 East Waterfront Drive, Munhall
City Government & Politics, Labor
Homestead Strike Victims Sunday, July 11, 1993 At Cemetery, 102 East 22nd & Dewey Streets, Munhall
Roadside Labor
Honus Wagner (1874-1955) Saturday, August 29, 1998 Mansfield Boulevard & Chartiers Street, Carnegie
Roadside Baseball, Ethnic & Immigration, Sports
James Hay Reed Monday, December 1, 1958 Carnegie Science Center (south of North Commons), North Side (Pittsburgh)
City Business & Industry, Professions & Vocations
Jane Grey Swisshelm Monday, September 14, 1959 South Braddock Avenue & New Street, Edgewood, just north of I-376 exit 77
Roadside Civil Rights, Civil War, Medicine & Science, Women, Writers
Jane Holmes (1805-1885) Tuesday, May 29, 2007 Western PA School for Blind Children, Bayard Street at North Bellefield Avenue, Schenley Farms (Pittsburgh)
City Women
John A. Roebling (1806-1869) 1996 Smithfield Street Bridge, Station Square (Pittsburgh)
City Bridges, Transportation
John M. Phillips (1861-1953) Saturday, October 31, 2009 St. Pius X Byzantine Catholic Church, 2336 Brownsville Road, Pittsburgh
City Government & Politics 19th Century, Government & Politics 20th Century, Professions & Vocations
John Scull (1765-1828) Monday, December 1, 1958 Boulevard of the Allies, just west of Market Street, Pittsburgh
City Business & Industry, Professions & Vocations, Publishing
John T. Comès (1873-1922) Sunday, January 27, 2013 St. Agnes Center at Carlow University, 3219 5th Avenue, Oakland (Pittsburgh)
City Buildings & Architecture, Professions & Vocations, Religion, Writers
Johnny Unitas (1933-2002) Saturday, September 4, 2004 Arsenal Middle School Field, Butler & 40th Streets, Lawrenceville
City Football, Sports
Joshua (Josh) Gibson (1911-1947) Monday, September 23, 1996 2217 Bedford Avenue, Hill District (Pittsburgh)
City African American, Baseball, Sports
Joshua Meeks (1731-1818) Wednesday, May 07, 2008 Beaver Grade Road at entrance to Forest Glen Condos, Moon Township
Roadside American Revolution, Early Settlement, Education, Government & Politics 18th Century, Military
K. Leroy Irvis (1916-2006) Thursday, April 3, 2008 2170 Centre Avenue, Hill District (Pittsburgh)(MISSING)
Roadside African American, Civil Rights, Education, Government & Politics 20th Century, Labor
Kennedy-Nixon Taft-Hartley Debate Saturday, June 23, 2012 5th Avenue at Market Street (PA 148), McKeesport
City Politics, Labor Unions
Kennywood Park Wednesday, August 5, 1992 Just outside North Gate Entrance from parking lot, West Mifflin
Roadside Sports
Kier Refinery Monday, March 16, 1959 Small park near Chatham/Bigelow Square, between Bigelow Boulevard & 7th Avenue, Pittsburgh
City Business & Industry, Entrepreneurs
Kuskusky Path Sunday, August 24, 2008 2500 Brandt School Road, at Trinity Lutheran Church, Wexford (Franklin Park)
Roadside Early Settlement, Military, Native American, Paths & Trails, Transportation
Lewis and Clark Expedition Thursday, August 28, 2008 1 block north of 10th Street Bypass & Waterfront Drive intersection, Pittsburgh
City Exploration
Martha Graham (1894-1991) June 7, 2008 California Avenue & Brighton Road North Side (Pittsburgh) (Pittsburgh)
City Education, Music & Theater, Performers, Women
Martin R. Delany (1812-1885) May 11, 1995 5 PPG Place, 3rd Avenue & Market Street, Pittsburgh
City African American, Civil War, Military, Professions & Vocations, Publishing
Mary Cassatt (1844-1926) May 22, 2004 Allegheny and Ridge Avenues, in park, Allegheny Avenue & I-376 on-ramp, North Side (Pittsburgh)
City Artists, Women
Mary Harris "Mother" Jones October 4, 2003 Northeast corner of 9th and Amity Streets, (at former municipal building), Homestead
City Government & Politics 20th Century, Labor, Steel, Women
Mary Lou Williams (1910-1981) November 30, 1996 Lincoln Elementary School, Frankstown Road, Larimer (Pittsburgh)
City African American, Music & Theater, Performers, Women
McClurg Iron Foundry May 11, 1955 Boulevard of the Allies, just west of Market Street (MISSING)
City Buildings, Business & Industry, Military, War of 1812
McKees Rocks Mound May 18, 2002 Rangers Field, Shingiss & Sproul Streets. The Bottoms, McKees Rocks
City Native American
Mercy Hospital May 27, 1994 1400 Locust Street, Pittsburgh
City Education, Professions & Vocations, Religion, Women
Michael A. Musmanno (1897-1968) October 11, 1993 1321 Island Avenue (PA 51), Stowe Township
Roadside Government & Politics, Government & Politics 20th Century, Writers
Monongahela River Navigation System June 18, 2012 Elizabeth Lock & Dam, Bunola River Road, Elizabeth
Roadside Business & Industry, Coal, Government & Politics 19th Century, Iron & Steel, Navigation, Transportation
Mooncrest April 15, 2004 Mooncrest Drive at Old Thorn Run Road, Moon Twp.
City Business & Industry, Government & Politics 20th Century, Labor, Military, Military Post-Civil War
National Negro Opera Company September 25, 1994 7101 Apple Street, Homewood (Pittsburgh)
City African American, Music & Theater
National Tube Works January 15, 1991 575 Lysle Boulevard (PA 148), at subway entrance to plant, McKeesport
City Business & Industry, Oil & Gas
Neville House August 12, 1947 PA 50 just south of Woodville, Heidelberg
Roadside American Revolution, Houses & Homesteads, Military, Whiskey Rebellion
Old St. Luke's Church July 14, 2001 330 Old Washington Pike & Church Street, Scott Township
Roadside Buildings, Early Settlement, French & Indian War, Military, Religion, Whiskey Rebellion
Pennsylvania Canal December 1, 1958 Liberty Avenue at 11th Street (at the Pennsylvanian), Pittsburgh
City Canals, Navigation, Transportation
Pioneer Short-Wave Station November 2, 1997 Barclay Avenue, off Greensburg Pike, Forest Hills
City Business & Industry
Pittsburgh December 21, 1946 PA 51 at south city line, near Stewart Avenue (MISSING)
Roadside Cities & Towns, Early Settlement, Forts, Government & Politics, Steel
Pittsburgh December 18, 1946 4675 Steubenville Pike (PA 60) at West Steuben Street, at bridge and Sharp Edge Creekhouse restaurant, Thornburg
Roadside Cities & Towns, Early Settlement, Forts, Government & Politics, Steel
Pittsburgh December 23, 1946 PA 65 (Ohio River Boulevard), north city line (MISSING)
Roadside Cities & Towns, Early Settlement, Forts, Government & Politics, Steel
Pittsburgh December 18, 1946 US 30 (Ardmore Boulevard) westbound at park, Forest Hills
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Roadside Cities & Towns, Early Settlement, Forts, Government & Politics, Steel
Pittsburgh December 18, 1946 PA 8 & PA 28, Millvale (MISSING)
Roadside Cities & Towns, Early Settlement, Forts, Government & Politics, Steel
Pittsburgh December 21, 1946 Perrysville Road (US 19), near St. Benedict's Academy, north of city line (MISSING)
Roadside Cities & Towns
Pittsburgh December 18, 1946 PA 65 at north city line (MISSING)
Roadside Cities & Towns
Pittsburgh December 18, 1946 US 19 north of city line (MISSING)
Roadside Cities & Towns
Pittsburgh Agreement (The) May 31, 2001 Penn Avenue & 7th Street, Pittsburgh
City Ethnic & Immigration, Government & Politics 20th Century
Pittsburgh Glass Works October 2, 1997 Foot of Duquesne Incline, West Carson Street, Pittsburgh
City Business & Industry, Glass
Pittsburgh Grease Plant September 18, 2000 33rd Street & Smallman Street, Strip District (Pittsburgh)
City Business & Industry, Military, Military Post-Civil War, Oil & Gas, Transportation
Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company October 19, 1983 Plaza of PPG Place, between 4th Avenue & Market Square, Pittsburgh
City Business & Industry, Glass
Pittsburgh Platform October 10, 2007 Stockton Avenue at Concordia Club, East Park (North Side), Pittsburgh
City Religion
Polish Army April 3, 1960 Polish Falcons, 97 South 18th Street, South Side Flats (Pittsburgh)
City Ethnic & Immigration, Military, Military Post-Civil War
Presston August 22, 2009 Ohio & Center Streets, Presston, Stowe Township
Roadside Ethnic & Immigration, Government & Politics 20th Century, Labor, Steel
Queen Aliquippa October 26, 2003 2928 Highland Avenue, Highland Grove Park, near 2918 Bowman Avenue, McKeesport
Roadside French & Indian War, George Washington, Government & Politics 18th Century, Military, Native American, Women
Rachel Carson May 20, 1988 Pittsburgh Street at Colfax Street, Springdale
City Environment, Medicine & Science, Women, Writers
Radio Station KDKA November 30, 1990 KDKA Headquarters, 1 Gateway Center, Pittsburgh
City Business & Industry
Railroad Strike of 1877 September 23, 1997 Liberty Avenue at 28th Street (on traffic island), Strip District (Pittsburgh)
City Labor, Railroads, Transportation
Robert Lee Vann (1879-1940) July 13, 1997 Center Avenue, at Francis Street, Hill District (Pittsburgh)
City African American, Government & Politics, Government & Politics 20th Century, Professions & Vocations, Publishing
Salk Polio Vaccine April 12, 2005 Salk Hall, University of Pittsburgh, Terrace Street at Sutherland Drive (across from Peterson Events Ctr.), Oakland (Pittsburgh)
Roadside Invention, Medicine & Science
Shadyside Iron Furnace December 1, 1958 Southeat corner of Bayard Street & Amberson Avenue, at Winchester-Thurston High School field, Shadyside (Pittsburgh)
City Business & Industry, Furnaces, Iron
Shannopin Town December 1, 1958 40th Street Bridge (west side), Lawrenceville (Pittsburgh)
City Early Settlement, Native American
Shousetown Boatyard June 14, 1987 McGovern Boulevard (PA 51) near Spring Run Road, Honor Roll Park, across from fire departmen, Glenwillard/Crescent Township
City Business & Industry, Transportation
Sisters of Mercy December 21, 1993 800 Penn Avenue, Cultural District, (Pittsburgh)
City Ethnic & Immigration, Religion, Women
Site of the Western Penitentiary - PLAQUE 1931 Eagle enclosure at the National Aviary, North Side (Pittsburgh)
Plaque Civil War, Military, Police and Safety
Station WQED August 20, 1964 4802 5th Avenue, Oakland (Pittsburgh)
City Business & Industry, Education, Motion Pictures & Television
Steamboat "New Orleans" Saturday, October 15, 2011 First Avenue at Try Street, Pittsburgh
City Business & Industry, Exploration, Navigation, Transportation
Stephen C. Foster July 4, 1976 3600 Penn Avenue, at homestead (behind fence), Lawrenceville (Pittsburgh)
Roadside Music & Theater
Stephen C. Foster Memorial December 1, 1958 Forbes Avenue just east of Bigelow Boulevard, Oakland (Pittsburgh)
City Music & Theater, Writers
Three Rivers Stadium November 26, 2007 Art Rooney Avenue, near North Shore Drive, Heinz Field, North Shore (Pittsburgh)
Roadside Baseball, Football, Sports
Union Local 471 American Federation of Musicians Saturday, June 23, 2012 Crawford Avenue at Webster Avenue, Hill District (Pittsburgh)
Roadside African American, Labor, Music & Theater, Performers
United Steelworkers of America June 17, 1986 4th Avenue & Grant Street, Pittsburgh
City Government & Politics 20th Century, Labor, Steel
University of Pittsburgh November 2, 1979 Southeast corner, 5th Avenue & Bigelow Boulevard, Oakland (Pittsburgh)
City Education
V.F.W. September 16, 1967 5th Avenue & Bigelow Boulevard, at Wm. Pitt Union by bus stop, Oakland, Pittsburgh
City Military, Military Post-Civil War
Victor Herbert (1859-1924) Saturday, August 28, 2010 4400 Forbes Avenue, at Carnegie Mus. near Shakespeare statue, Oakland (Pittsburgh)
City Ethnic & Immigration, Performers
Westinghouse Atom Smasher Friday, June 3, 2005 North Avenue at F Avenue, Forest Hills
City Environment, Invention, Science & Medicine
Westinghouse Electric Corporation October 1, 1986 Westinghouse Plaza by First Niagara Building, Pittsburgh
City Business & Industry, Electricity
Westinghouse Railroad Air Brake Saturday, July 23, 2011 Liberty Avenue at 25th Street at Opera House, Strip District (Pittsburgh)
City Invention, Railroads, Transportation
William "Billy" Strayhorn (1915-1967) May 27, 1995 1101 North Murtland Street, at Westinghouse High School, Homewood (Pittsburgh)
City African American, Music & Theater
William D. Boyce (1858-1929) June 11, 1960 595 Beatty Road, Boyce Campus of Community College of Allegheny County, Monroeville
Roadside Education
William T. Kerr (1868-1953) June 12, 1992 4 Columbia Avenue at Noblestown Road, at bus stop, Rennersdale
Roadside Government & Politics, Government & Politics 20th Century
Work Accidents and the Law (1910) April 28, 2008 Market Square, Pittsburgh
City Business & Industry, Government & Politics 20th Century, Labor, Women, Writers
Yohogania Courthouse June 10, 1948 PA 837 southwest of West Elizabeth
Roadside Government & Politics, Government & Politics 18th Century

See also

References

  1. ^ "PHMC Historical Markers Search" (Searchable database). Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Retrieved 2010-07-19. 

External links

  • Pennsylvania Historical Marker Program
  • Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission
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