Teams, Clubs, and Community Events
Left: Ladies of the Maccabees (L.O.T.M.), a Donora Women's Club, Approx. December, 1922.
Right: Girls Basketball Team, Donora High School (Castner Allen), 1917-1918.
Left: Women's Basketball Team, c1925.
Right: Donora Boy Scout Band, c1920.
Left: Parade at Donner Park, looking to Zinc Works in the background.
Right: Close-up of the Golden Jubilee Float, float for Donora's first church, the American Methodist Church, Approx. 1951.
Center: Stan Musial and other Cardinals, from Time Magazine.
Right: Lee Sala, Donora boxer.
Left: Football game, American Legion Field, Donora, PA.
Right: Photo of the American Legion Field, Donora, PA.
Left: Donora High School Marching Band, 1948.
Right: American Steel and Wire Works Band.
Left: Boys Bridage, Donora, PA.
Right: Close-up shot of the American Steel and Wire Works Band.
Left: Donora Pipe Band, Kennywood Park, Pittsburgh, 1952.
Right: American Steel and Wire Orchestra.
Left: Sunday crowd lined-up to see the 1941 film, Outlaws of Cherokee Trail. Zuccarini's Grocery is next door.
Center: Armed servicemembers victory arch.
Right: Donora German Beneficial Club on Meldan Avenue, approx. 1916-1918.
Left: The opening of St. Dominick's Church in Donora.
Right: Donora firemen and firetruck.
Left: Quarterback jumping.
Center: Deacon Don Fowler.
Right: Football photo signed by quarterback Arnold Galiffa.
Left: Postcard of a parade in Donora, picture taken by August V. Siren.
Right: Plaque by the Honor Roll Committee showcasing members of the Donora Jewish community.
Left: Castner baseball team and their trophies.
Right: The Tri-Plant Club for mill workers.
Left: Postcard of the patriotic parade in Donora, picture taken by August V. Siren.
Center: Time Magazine cover showing Donora local, Stan Musial of the Cardinals, September 5, 1949.
Right: Community meeting.