LBPH is proud to share a new locally produced title available for loan or for download from BARD. Hidden History of Pittsburgh was narrated by volunteer Tom Seiverling. This audiobook was carefully monitored, edited, and produced by the LBPH Studio Team and Volunteers.
Hidden History of Pittsburgh
By Len Barcousky
When Mark Twain visited in 1884, he claimed to spy a little bit of hell in Pittsburgh’s smoky appearance. Twain’s observations are among the many riveting firsthand accounts and anecdotes to be found in the archives of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. With this story and more from the archives, veteran journalist Len Barcousky shines a light on the hidden corners of Pittsburgh’s history. Some strong language. 2016.