Welcome to the Allegheny City Historic Gallery

Allegheny City Historic Gallery preserves and promotes the history of Pittsburgh’s Northside. Prior to annexation by the City of Pittsburgh in 1906, Northside was known as Allegheny City. ACHG also hosts neighborhood reunions to bring old Northsiders back together.

Allegheny City Historic Gallery Blogs

Ghosts & Gangsters: 1129 Ridge Avenue

While researching organized crime in Pittsburgh I stumbled upon a colossal, haunted house story. My work documenting the history of a Pittsburgh family with two generations of bootleggers and numbers racketeers inadvertently led me to 1129 Ridge Avenue in Pittsburgh’s Northside neighborhood.  – David Rotenstein

The John Shalcosky Unknown Faces of Allegheny Collection

Classic Northview Heights Reunion 2022 Pictures

Allegheny Historic Gallery Podcasts

Listen to Allegheny History while you’re on the go. Learn about subjects such as Native Americans of Allegheny City.

Bill Gandy

on Spotify

Remembering Northside’s History Lovers.

Most people knew Dan Rooney because of the Steelers. Many did not know that he was an avid lover of Northside & Allegheny history. In fact, in the latter part of his life, Dan Rooney teamed up with house historian Carol Peterson to write a book. The book is… called…

Gus & Yia Yia’s

Since your Grand-Dad was a Lad!

Located in West Park (near tennis courts)

Open Now through Halloween

NaNa’s New York Style Hot Dogs

1110 Federal Street, Northside, Pittsburgh, PA

412-904-2785. We Serve Breakfast Too!

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