Hidden Lawrenceville (FREE EVENT, 1/16/14)

The Lawrenceville Historical Society Presents:

Hidden Lawrenceville:
An Exhilarating Sphere of Living History

Free Multimedia Presentation

January 16 at 7pm
310 Fisk St.
McVey Auditorium (Canterbury Pl. bldg., 1st fl.)
Pittsburgh, PA (directions from Google Maps)

About the Event:

"Hidden Lawrenceville" presents a folk history, combining autobiography & psychogeography; where industrial archeology & candid photography meet on the street, down by the waterfront, and wherever the thrall of enigma beckons.

The presentation grew out of a series on this blog entitled Exile in America; about my rediscovery of Pittsburgh, where I was born and raised and to which I returned after being away for 25 years. (My name by the way, Eisenstat, means “iron city” in German.)

To learn more about the Lawrenceville Historical Society, visit

My Recently Published Work:

Stairway to Pittsburgh: Lawrenceville & Bloomfield Steps (photo essay, The Bulletin)

Voyaging Through the Hollow: The East Busway’s Singular Lens on Pittsburgh (article, Pittsburgh Quarterly . . . Related blog post)

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