Grant Boulevard (now Bigelow Boulevard) Front.
Abandoned for some time because it would have been too costly to restore for use by students, this magnificent building by Edward Stotz may soon be luxury apartments for yuppies. Here we see it as it was when it was newly built in 1916, from the Year Book of the Pittsburgh Architectural Club.
Main Entrance Hall.
Would you like to build your own Schenley High School? Here are the original plans:
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