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Charles "Teenie" Harris
Four color guard from 372nd Infantry marching in front of soldiers in parade, Fifth Avenue, Downtown Pittsburgh, 1942

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Charles "Teenie" Harris
Woman posed against Lincoln car, with man leaning out of driver's side, ca. 1952

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Charles "Teenie" Harris
Wylie Avenue with Crawford Grill No. 1 and Cramptons Drugs on left, Hill District, ca. 1947-1952

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Charles "Teenie" Harris
Military funeral with funeral director and servicemen surrounding casket at graveside, ca. 1950-1965

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Charles "Teenie" Harris
Two men dancing on bandstand, with musicians, including Ruby Young playing piano, ca. 1938-1945

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Charles "Teenie" Harris
Two men wearing U.S. Army uniforms, possibly including Major George S. Roberts on left, saluting on reviewing stand, ca. 1944

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Charles "Teenie" Harris
Portrait of Bill Nunn Jr., possibly in Pittsburgh Courier Newspaper office, ca. 1952

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Two women wearing U.S. Army caps, posed in Harris Studio, ca. 1940-1945

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Charles "Teenie" Harris
Pittsburgh Crawfords baseball players on Forbes Field, 1945

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Charles "Teenie" Harris
Frank Bolden and Sarah Vaughan, with another woman and man at piano, in club, ca. 1950

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Charles "Teenie" Harris
Boys playing brass instruments on steps inside courtyard of Pittsburgh Board of Education building, Oakland, ca. 1938-1945

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Charles "Teenie" Harris
View of the Hot Metal Bridge and mill smoke stacks on Monongahela River, at night, ca. 1935-1950

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Charles "Teenie" Harris
Mill, bridge, and river at night, ca. 1938-1945

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Charles "Teenie" Harris
The Smithfield Street Bridge seen below, ca. 1950-1970

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Charles "Teenie" Harris's 1941 Cadillac Fleetwood parked in front of his studio at 2128 Centre Avenue, Hill District, ca. 1941-1945

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Cadillac belonging to Charles "Teenie" Harris parked on Centre Avenue, with McTurner's Funeral Chapel in background, Hill District, ca. 1941-1946