Pennsylvania Railroad passenger train passes main Westinghouse Factory in East Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: The Words: "Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co Machine Works," are sculpted in the stone at the top of the building. Freight trains moving in the adjoining rail yard. Smoke belches from stacks at the plant.
Start of the Fourth Liberty Loan Drive in World War 1. United States Secretary of Navy, Josephus Daniels opens the Liberty Loan drive, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. On this occasion he delivers a speech in front of a large gathering. He also reviews a parade of 10,000 mill workers. Mill workers loaded in trucks and other vehicles move past people in a street. A Naval band plays at the parade. Mill workers carrying flags and banners march. (World War I; World War 1; WWI; WW1)
Infrastructure of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Views of St. Paul's Cathedral, Soldiers Memorial and Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania. The University of Pittsburgh and Schenley High School. Pittsburgh Athletic Club and Masonic Temple. Heinz Company Plant in the industrial district. The entrance gate of Highland Park. Bears and llama in the Highland Park Zoo.
William Penn Way, in the center of Pittsburgh, is jammed with women preparing to participate in the 4th Liberty Loan Drive in that city. Sign for a business establishment, named Thompson's, is seen. In another scene a banner identfying the Naval Recruiting Station, hangs above the crowd. A view looking down from a building overlooking the scene, shows women seated at long tables streching across the street, from curb to curb, for a so-called "Trench Breakfast." Other women move between the lines of tables, to serve. After the breakfast, several speakers stand on the tables and deliver motivating talks to the women, Among those seen are a U.S. Navy Commander; U.S. Army Captain, Walter Richard Flannery (who was decorated with fhe Distinguished Service Cross for heroism in the Battle of the Marne); Navy Secretary Josephus Daniels; and Alexander P. Moore, Publisher and editor of the Pittsburgh Leader newspaper. Change of scene shows dense crowd filling street. Bunting decorates some areas and garlands hang high above the crowd, stretched from buildings on one side of the street to the other.e. (World War I; World War 1; WWI; WW1)
Football game in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 61,000 spectators gather to watch a game of football between Carnegie Tech (Carnegie Mellon University) and Pittsburgh Panthers football teams. Carnegie Tech wins the game by 20-10 to defeat Pittsburgh Panthers.
Transport and infrastructure in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Incline railways carry passengers up and down the steep Pittsburgh hills. Automobiles driven onto incline railway car. Views of incline railways in operation. The business district of Pittsburgh. Automobiles, pedestrians, horse drawn vehicle traffic on the street in the industrial district. The Ford Motor Company Plant. A mansion in a residential area.