||Wisconsin Steel Blast Furnaces
||Three blast furnaces at Wisconsin Steel Works produce about 2,100 tons of iron a day. Coke, iron ore and limestone are poured into the furnaces at the top. Molten iron is drained off at the bottom. Information published in East Side Cenennial Commemoration booklet, "History and Progress of East Side 1851-1951 July 5, 6, 7 and 8 Chicago 17, Illinois"
||East Side Lions Club
||1657; http://www.pullman-museum.org/cgi-bin/pvm/mainRecordDisplayXML.pl?recordid=10552; 81-25-5-p2b
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||Southeast Chicago Historical Society