In early October Preservation Pittsburgh submitted an historic nomination for Roslyn Place to become the City's latest historic landmark.
At Preservation Pittsburgh, we love the built environment and we want to call attention to the beautiful ecclesiastical architecture in Wilkinsburg. In order to highlight this architecture, we're launching a photo competition.
This past weekend, the former Albright United Methodist Church became Pittsburgh's newest city historic landmark. Early in 2015 Preservation Pittsburgh partnered with members of the community to research the history of the building and congregation as well as to write a historic nomination.
This past Friday Preservation Pittsburgh nominated Howe Spring, Catahecassa Spring, and Voegtly Spring to the City’s Historic Review Commission to be considered for landmark status.
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