From Pittsburgh Streets
|Origin of name||Trevanion Barlow Dallas|
Trevanion Street is named for Trevanion Barlow Dallas, the brother-in-law of Judge William Wilkins (for whom Wilkins Avenue is named). Some sources say that Dallas is also the eponym of Dallas Avenue.
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