An article written by William Hard in the November 1907 issue of Everybody's Magazine contained this pictoral essay.
|General View of Blast Furnaces: the furnaces show fairly on the left. In the rounded structures is heated the air afterwards driven through the furnaces.|
|A Rail- Mill in Operation: The white streaks which so vividly in the foreground are hot rails.|
|Casting-Floor of a Blast Furnace: The tapping- hole is under the big pipe in the center. The very white place on the floor is molten iron flowing from the tapping-hole across the casting-floor to the ladles.|
|The Interior of a Plate-Mill: The picture was taken by the company's photographer just after one of the plates had fallen on a man's foot.|
|The Pouring- Floor or Pit in the North Open Hearth Mill: The furnaces are on the right. The pouring-stand is on the left. It was on this floor that Ora Allen lost his life. The travelling crane, operated by his brother, may be seen overhead.|
|"Hot Tamales:" Massive steel ingots being transferred inside the yard by a dinky engine on a narrow-gauge track.|