Father Pitt

Why should the beautiful die?

Pittsburgh Foursquare in Highland Park

House on Negley Avenue at Jackson Street

A particularly grand version of the Pittsburgh Foursquare house, this house on Negley Avenue at Jackson Street was one of four in a row built in the early 1900s for James Parker, who had a small real-estate empire in the nearby streets.

From a 1910 map at Pittsburgh Historic Maps.

All four were almost certainly designed by the same hand, and all four still stand in beautiful condition today.

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