Donora Digital Collection: The Arts
"I have felt the fog in my throat --
The misty hand of Death caress my face;
I have wrestled with a frightful foe
Who strangled me with wisps of gray fog-lace.
Now in the eyes since I have died.
The bleak, bare hills rise in stupid might
With scars of its slavery imbedded deep;
And the people still live - still live - in the poisonous night."
- John P. "Moon" Clark
Left: Appeared in the January, 1921 issue of Donora Works News.
Right: Appeared in the Public Health Service Bulletin, No. 306, p.1.
Images: by Todd Pinkham, Professor of Art. Displayed in the Donora Smog Museum.
Images: Various artwork created by students and faculty in the Department of Art and Languages.