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The Strip District: Peoples Baths: Hours


CAPTION: Peoples Baths--first public bath house
in city; erected at 16th Street and Penn Avenue in 1897 by
Mrs. William Thaw, Jr. in memory of her husband.
Abandoned in 1908-1909 and replaced by larger facilities.
Copied from The Pittsburgh Bulletin,
20 February 1904.
The hours of the baths appear on the windows in four languages. 
Note "Womens Day." 
DATE: 1904.
HEADING: Pittsburgh. Social Settlements.
#: A569.
From the Collections of the Pennsylvania Department,
The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.

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