Notes:Coffey Way

From Pittsburgh Streets

Source:Toker, pp. 48–49: "The dank and unappealing Coffey Way alongside the Duquesne Club got its name from John Arbuckle's 1865 coffee-roasting works, among the first in the world. When Arbuckle's building was torn down around 1936, workmen cemented a set of patriotic roundels from the old factory to a brick wall at the end of the alley on the left. They are Pittsburgh's oldest surviving public sculptures and represent Washington, Lincoln, and Liberty, plus one unidentified."