|Owner||Men and Women of Wartime: Pittsburgh and Environs, by F.C. Harper, 1945|
Duquesne Light Company helped to service bombs at their plants during WWII. Here, a worker to the left moves a bomb casing to the man standing behind him so that a hole can be drilled through the tip. This was done so that the bomb casing could be hung in the furnace. This image is located on west column C of the memorial.