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Daisy Lampkin

  Born in Washington, D.C. and educated in Reading, Pa., Daisy Lampkin was a suffragette, civil rights activist, organization executive, business woman, orator, and community leader. Gift of Earl L. Childs, DDS. Daisy Lampkin once said that, “nothing is done unless women do it,” and throughout her life, she was a woman who did it…

The Crawford Grill

  Crawford Grill #2, c. 1975. From the McBride Sign Company Photographs, Detre Library & Archives at the History Center. The Crawford Grill in Pittsburgh’s Hill District served as the epicenter of jazz music from the 1930s through the 1950s. Located on the corner of Crawford Street and Wylie Avenue, the club was founded in…