Homestead and Mifflin Township
Arcadia Publishing, Feb 6, 2006 - Antiques & Collectibles - 128 pages
Homestead and Mifflin Township shows an era of days gone by through the medium of postcards. Mifflin Township was one of the seven original townships when Allegheny County was formed, and it covered the Monongahela River as well as the present-day communities of Clairton, Duquesne, Dravosburg, Hays, Homestead, Jefferson Hills, Lincoln Place, Munhall, Pleasant Hills, West Elizabeth, West Homestead, West Mifflin, and Whitaker. The original Mifflin Township ran along the Monongahela River from Hays (Six Mile Ferry) to present-day West Elizabeth. The area began as a quiet farming community in the 1850s but had become a great industrial steel giant by the dawn of the 20th century. Local steel mills produced vast quantities of rail, structural steel, and armaments for both world wars. This collection shows Homestead and Mifflin Townships industrial achievements, architecture, and places of entertainment.
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1908 real photo 1920s postcard airport Amity Street Ann Street Avenue and Ann Avenue and McClure Avenue in Homestead Brown’s Bridge building was razed built Carnegie Library Carnegie Steel Company carousel Clairton Steel constructed corner of East dance pavilion demolished District of Clairton Dravosburg East Eighth Avenue East Ninth Avenue electric railway Eleventh Avenue Frick Park Homestead and Mifflin Homestead Park Homestead Steel Jefferson Township Kennywood Park Library Estates located looks east McClure Street McKeesport Mesta Machine Company Mifflin Township Miller Avenue Monongahela River Monongahela Valley Trust Munhall National Bank open hearths park’s pictured Pittsburgh postcard above dates postcard below shows postcard dates postcard view presentday real photo postcard ride Roman Catholic Church shown South Duquesne Avenue South First Street South Second Street Street in Duquesne Street in Homestead structure trolley park view looks West Grant Avenue West Homestead West Mifflin Whitaker Wilson District Woody’s Drug Store