The Next Page: The Westinghouse Memorial, a monument to innovation

AUG 16, 2015 

On a warm October day in 1930, thousands of people gathered in Schenley Park to honor and recognize the legacy of one of Pittsburgh’s greatest innovators, George Westinghouse.

Unlike Andrew Carnegie, Mary Schenley and Henry Clay Frick, whose places in Pittsburgh history were commemorated through buildings, parks and cultural amenities established in their names, Westinghouse as yet had no monument recognizing his achievements as one of the city’s pre-eminent industrialists. Read Full Article