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From: Al Lenkner <>
Subject: Re: [ALL] ward maps
Date: Sat, 28 Jun 2003 13:32:08 -0400
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5th and Frankstown but I believe that bar was on the corner of Washington
Blvd and Frankstown. It may still be operating as a bar but I haven't been
out that way in a couple of years.
At 11:47 AM 6/28/2003, you wrote:
>Doris....I have the 1912 ward maps of Pittsburgh. I'll try to find where I
>stashed it today and get back to you. If you have more specific info on the
>location.......like street name (5th Ave)? let me know.
>Louise King in La Jolla, CA
>Perhaps someone could tell me where I can find maps indicating which ward a
>specific location was in? I am looking for the John and Matilda Miller
>family. They supposedly owned a bar called the Fifth Avenue Cafe about
>1900 located across from the old Pittsburgh Hospital in the East End of
>Pittsburgh. There are so many Millers to search, I thought that I would
>try to narrow it down to a specific Ward. Their daughter, Mary Anna E.
>Miller, born Dec. 1880, died 1936, was my grandmother. She married Max
>Thank you for any help you may give me.
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