Smoke and Smog
Left: Photo showing the Donora-Webster Bridge going across the Monongahela River
Right: View from Dave Ceccone's backyard at 457 3rd St, 1943-1955.
Both: Images of the mill's elevated monorail used to import coke; Webster, PA is in the background.
Left: Smokey blast furnace.
Right: The Wire Mill, Donora, PA, taken by Bruce Dresbach in 1910. Retrieved from the Library of Congress.
Left: Smoke from the mill, a view from Webster, PA.
Right: American Steel and Wire Company's open hearth releasing smoke.
Left: Smoke stack construction.
Right: A smog filled McKean Ave. during lunch time with "The Famous" men's store on the left, 1948.
Photo: The Zinc Works, view from between 10th and 11th streets. Municipal Building is to the right.
Left: A Department of Defense 1941 photo.
Right: Map of 18 of the 1948 deaths in relation to the mills.
Left: 1940 Charles Shinn aeriel drawing of Donora, showing locations of 1948 deaths.
Right: Smoke stacks and railroad trains.
Left: Blast Furnace.
Right: Three photos from the same location showing smog differences.
Left: A "Grand View" of the American Steel and Wire Company's Blast Furnace in front of a horse and wagon.
Right: Postcard of the largest Zinc Works factory in the world.
Left: William Whigham steam engine in the Monongahela River.
Right: Machine spewing smoke inside the mill.
Left: Illustration of the fumes from the zinc making process.
Right: Zinc worker at the spelter drawing near retorts.