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Pittsburgh PA:  The Schenley Hotel in the Oakland section of Pittsburgh - 1940s. The Schenley Hotel was designed by architects Rutan & Russell, opened in 1898.  The Schenley was not just the place to stay in Pittsburgh as the 20th century began: it was where the young ladies of society came out, where couples married, and where one could dine on the haute cuisine of the day.