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Publication Date

December 1911

Abstract

Vol. 3, sec. 5, (pp. 1601-1662)

IDA WILLINSKI/Cohen, operator (defendants’ witness, p. 1601), describes actions of self and others on day of fire

LOUIS A. SILK, embroidery seller (defendants’ witness, p. 1608), describes usual way of entering and leaving the premises; what happened on the day of the fire

BERNARD C. ENSER, embroidery manufacturer (defendants’ witness, p. 1619), describes usual way of entering and leaving the premises

YETTA KREITZBERG, worked in shipping department (defendants’ witness, p. 1625), testifies about turning the knob of the door

LENA HANDSCHUH, forelady (defendants’ witness, p. 1628), questioned about key in door; received a raise after fire

LOUIS SEDERMAN, assistant shipping clerk (defendants’ witness, p. 1635) testifies that hose was rotten; never saw door locked; key was always hanging from it by a string; always open in summer, closed in winter, people always went in and out; Washington Place stairs were always dark

LOUIS BROWN, machinist (defendants’ witness, p. 1645), describes actions of self and others on day of fire; questioned about previous testimony

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