A black and white photograph of fire fighters from Engine Company Number 26. Several of the fire fighters are pictured holding a hose that is spraying water on the Herron Hill Reservoir in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Other fire fighters hold other equipment and stand around the men holding the hose. There is an inscription of a number in the bottom right corner that reads: . The back of the photograph is blank.
A black and white photograph of an integrated couple seated on a bench. The unidentified woman sits to the right of the man with her legs crossed and turned towards him; the unidentified man rests his proper left hand on her proper left knee. The woman wears a veiled hat and printed knee-length skirt. The man wears a three piece pinstripe suit and a tie with a large floral print. He looks off to the right of the frame while the woman looks directly into the camera. Below the image in the bottom right corner of the print is handwritten text in blue ink which reads . The back of the photograph is blank.
In August of 1946, workers from the Jones and Laughlin Steel Company walked off the job to protest discrimination in the workplace. Members of the United Steelworkers of America, union leaders, and representatives of Jones and Laughlin, as well as representatives from the Pittsburgh Mayor's office worked to come to a deal. The workers promised to go back to work the following day, but only once a Jones and Laughlin promised a full investigation of the discrimination claims.
A black and white photograph of steelworkers outside the United Steelworkers of American headquarters in Pittsburgh. The group includes (left to right back row): Harold [last name illegible], shop steward, Wilbur Smith, Harry Rowczka, Boyd L. Wilson, Sam Bealich, Charles Washington, Raymond Glenn, Charles Winbush, John O'Brien, (kneeling in front): Peter Charles and Ted Mathos. The bottom front corner of the photograph has an inscription of the number: . The back of the photograph is blank.