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NEGRO LEAGUE BASEBALL EXHIBIT AT CITY-COUNTY BUILDING CONTINUES THROUGH FEBRUARY 28

CITY OF PITTSBURGH'S BLACK HISTORY MONTH DISPLAY SALUTES NEGRO LEAGUE BASEBALL

An exhibit celebrating Black History Month remains on display in the lobby of the City-County Building in downtown Pittsburgh through Friday, February 28, weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

"Pittsburgh Negro League: Hall of Fame" showcases Pittsburgh's many Negro League Hall of Famers through the display of photos, artifacts and memorabilia.

The exhibit spotlighting individual players, teams and owners includes photos from Crown Antique & Collectibles and negroleaguehistory.com, reproductions of a dozen portraits by artist Graig Kreindler, books, cards and other collectibles.  The display also includes a continuous screening of sports historian Rob Ruck's award-winning documentary "Kings of the Hill: Baseball's Forgotten Men," which spotlights the Pittsburgh Crawfords and Homestead Grays.

Published

02.17.2020

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