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Tarentum



The Smith Building housed Windsor the Piano Man's music store, Rudert's Hardware store and is now the Community Library of Allegheny Valley.

Pictures on this page provided by Al Jacques.



The Nixon Theater which was located on Corbet Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues in Tarentum. It was built as a legitimate theater with a scenery loft. Later it served as a movie theater under the name of the "Harris". There was a bowling alley on the first floor at one time.



East Tenth Avenue from Dickey Street.



Allegheny Moon.



The old Municipal Building, built in 1913 and currently undergoing an extended demolition. The front steps of the building were used to position draftees for group pictures as they departed for World War I service.









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