Down town Pittsburgh After the Riots, 1969


U.S. National Archives

U.S. National Archives
United States

Next to the Pittsburgh National Bank are several buildings owned by two different businesses. The first few buildings belonged to the John Bargain company. the next was own by a grocery store called Pure Dona Hoe's Food. There is a third unknown building, but John Bargain holds the most buildings on Home wood Avenue at Four Mosa Street.

Local Identifier: 207-OD-47 F2624.

RG 207, General Records of the Dept of Housing and Urban Development, series Photographs Relating to Housing Used in the Optical Disk Project, 1992-1995 (NAID 535506).


  • Title: Down town Pittsburgh After the Riots, 1969
  • Date Created: 1969

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