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Underwood and Underwood, Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, A section of the largest blast furnace in the world. circa late 1920's, gelatin silver print, 9.5 x 7.25 inches, with caption and photo credits to Underwood and Underwood, possibly by William H. Rau whose firm The Underwood's purchased in 1896, framed in a black wood frame measuring 21.5 x 19 inches

Condition

in good condition apart from some very light surface scratching and a compression crease on the lower left corner

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$325.00

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  • 25%

Largest Blast Furnace in the World, Pittsburgh Mills

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1031 South Braddock Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15218
United States
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