Donora Digital Collection: Boats and the Monongahela River
Photo: Postcard of the Donora/Webster Ferry, looking to Webster, PA, c1901.
Left: August V. Siren photo showing slag dumping used to build up the river bank.
Right: The Open Hearth at the Donora Wire Works.
Left: August V. Siren photo of slag build up, taken from Webster, PA.
Center: Looking southeast across the Monongahela River, from Donora, PA to Webster, PA.
Right: Between the Open Hearth and Blast Furnace, with the P & LE Railroad tracks in the lower right-hand corner.
Left: A William H. Donner tanker boat.
Right: The Open Hearth, taken from the Webster, PA side of the river.
Left: View of the Open Hearth and Wire Works taken from the Webster, PA side of the river.
Center: A William Whigham steamboat transporting coal on the Monongahela River.
Right: August V. Siren photo of the Open Hearth taken from the Webster, PA side of the river.
Left: Close-up of a steamboat owned by William Whigham.
Right: Steamboat owned by American Steel and Wire Company.
Left: Open Hearth along the Monongahela River.
Center: Company function on a steamboat owned by the American Steel and Wire Company.
Right: August V. Siren Steel and Wire Works photo from across the Monongahela River.
Left: August V. Siren photo of the Wire Works Acid Plant in Donora, PA, a view from Webster, PA.
Center: Postcard of the Wire Mill, 1910. Retrieved from the PPOC Digital Collection at the Library of Congress
Right: Photo of various mills in Donora, PA, taken from Webster, PA.
Photo: August V. Siren phot from Heslop Avenue in Webster, PA.