Carnegie Steel Poster

by Erik Ruin

A memorial to the big strike at Carnegie Steel in Pittsburgh in 1892.

"That was a war between laboring men because these pinkertons were there under pay and the person who employed that force was safely placed away by the money that he has wrung from the sweat of the men employed in that mill, employing in their stead workmen to kill the men who made his money."

*Have your poster shipped in a Poster Tube for extra protection! Posters not shipped in tubes will be folded in half for packaging and are more subject to wear while shipping.*