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Established in 1895 when other factory towns consisted of shabby mill-owned structures and dirt streets, Vandergrift, Pennsylvania, was uniquely designed by the firm of Olmsted, Olmsted and Eliot to be greener and more architecturally pleasing for residents. The town s early emphasis on green space and resident-owned homes was ahead of its time, and aspects of its history continue to surprise even residents.

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