Be Steel My Heart

Let them know how excited you are with this Pittsburgh-themed card!

This card is part of the Historic Pittsburgh series, a cheeky look at historic images from our city. These images are all from the Library of Congress Detroit Publishing collection. Designed & printed in Pittsburgh, PA. Card measures 5.4 x 4.25 inches (A2) folded, and comes with an envelope. All cards are blank inside.

Comes with this description on the back:

Lucy Furnace (1900)
The Lucy Furnace refers to a pair of furnaces built by Carnegie Steel in what is now the Upper Lawrenceville neighborhood of Pittsburgh. During their heyday, the twin furnaces produced record-setting amounts of pig iron for the Edgar Thompson Steel Works in Braddock, PA.

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