Brookline

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Overview
Brookline was settled in the mid-eighteenth century as a farming community along Pioneer Avenue, a state road from Pittsburgh to Washington. The West Liberty Development Company and the opening of the Liberty Tunnels, in 1924, helped this Pittsburgh neighborhood grow. The area became a choice locale for city workers and others to settle. It is also the home and birthplace of many notable persons, including basketball phenomenon Suzie McConnell and radio legend Craig "Porky" Chedwick. Today, Brookline is Pittsburgh's second largest neighborhood, boasting character, charm, and convenience.
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ISBN: 9780738537245
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
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State: Pennsylvania
Series: Images of America
Images: 200
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
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The South Pittsburgh Development Corporation (SPDC) is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization whose mission is to work with the members of the community to promote, improve, develop, and advance the conditions of Brookline, with special emphasis on the Brookline Boulevard business district and greenway projects within the greater community. SPDC initiated the Main Street Pittsburgh program in Brookline and is actively working on a number of projects to improve Brookline.
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