Speelman (McCollough) Farm House (c. 1840). At 2215 Monroeville Road, as it appeared in the 1970s (Razed).
Speelman Farm House.
Monroeville's Maintenance Department on May 25, 1976.Top Row: L. to R.: John Anderson, Herb Spat, John Fisher, Gene Meticvitch, Nick Zdjelar, Chad Honey, Tom McKay, Rib Felton, Fred Otto, Ralph Pivorttio, Den Spritz, James Madejerick, John Mazak, Ron Korner. Bottom Row: L. to R. Bob Jahn, J.P.Taylor, Mark Ruffing, Hank Masters, Bill Speelman, Zig Matuski, Ed Solusky, Walt Sobol, Dan Skiles.
James E. Speelman at a horse show on the Speelman farm (near today's Hill Crest Church) in the 1950s. James Speelman later went on to found the Diamond Cab Company in the east suburbs.
Peg Heasley (Rider and trainer) with Jean Colbaugh (mounted on "Lucky Lady")at a horse show in Monroeville at the Speelman farm in the 1950s.
Crowds gathered for the regular Horseshows held at the Speelman Farm in at the "upper ring" near Speelman St. and Miller Ave. in the 1950s.
Billy Speelman and "Parson" at the Speelman house.
Jack Speelman driving the pony wagon with his brothers Tom and Bill, his uncle Will, and his mother.
Billy Speelman on Parson (The Pittsburgh Press Sunday Roto Aug, 25, 1945).