Keeping up with past and present happenings in a remarkable small town.
In the beginning they used electric light bulbs and my mother told me that when she worked there it was her duty to order the bulbs.
My father worked at Armco and when he married my mother the company gave them a set of silverware with the emblem on the back.
AK Steel has turn this place into a crap hole!
There was a time when a young man could graduate from high school,get a good paying job at the mill and have a good life.
My Dad worked for Armco 40's thru the 70's---and when they married, Dad and Mom received silverware for a wedding present---and the Armco emblem is printed on the back--and I am fortunate to have some pieces. Would love to get some more pieces.
Does anyone know where this sign was located at? I was born in 1985 and I think when I was really young I remember seeing it but I can't remember.
that sign was at the pullman viaduct end of the openhearth on the roof
My Dad was cost acct. for Pullman and my mother used to sit in our car and wait for dad several times a month when mom was waiting one day she was trying to think of a name for me and looked up at the sign over armco the first three letters were the initials she used. Albert Richard Mohn.
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