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Multimedia presentation by Bob Donaldson, Diana Nelson Jones and Larry Roberts
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Roberto Clemente Museum opened last week with a little fanfare and many memories. For Duane Rieder, the museum has been a labor of love for the past 11 years and he hopes it will be another step forward for the community that helped make his dream come true.

At 3339 Penn Ave., near the junction with Butler Street, the former Enginehouse No. 25 now makes Doughboy Square a destination, albeit by appointment only, for now.

Related article: Clemente Museum brightens Lower Lawrenceville outlook

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