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Publication Date

November 1911

Abstract

Vol. 1, sec. 3 (151-228

JACOB WOLL, JR., firefighter (People’s witness), describes actions at scene

FELIX REINHART, firefighter (People’s witness, p. 160), describes fire, location of bodies, actions of self and others

FREDERICK A. CUNNINGHAM (People’s witness, p. 170), testifies to accuracy of photograph he took

JACOB WOLL recalled by the People (p. 174), testifies to number of bodies, what was done with them, and who else was there; physical condition of structures; questioned about previous testimony

CHARLES M. LAUTH, assistant foreman firefighter (People’s witness, p. 186), testifies about actions of others

FLOYD N. MANCE, firefighter (People’s witness, p. 186), testifies about who else was there, location of bodies

MARTIN A. O’CONNOR, firefighter (People’s witness, p. 202), testifies about who else was there, location of bodies

JOHN E. STAFFORD, firefighter (People’s witness, p. 206), testifies about who else was there, location of bodies

ANDREW OTT, firefighter (People’s witness, p. 210), testifies about who else was there, location of bodies

CHARLES E. KUHN, firefighter (People’s witness, p. 214), testifies about who else was there, location of bodies

ALLAN LANDRY, chief inspector’s office (People’s witness, p. 218), and following police officers testify bodies were brought to morgue

CHARLES KENSELER, police officer (People’s witness, p. 219)

DOMINIC HENRY, police captain (People’s witness, p. 221)

CORNELIUS G. HAYES, police inspector (People’s witness, p. 221)

WILLIAM HOGAN, police captain (People’s witness, p. 222)

JOHN W. O’CONNOR, police captain (People’s witness, p. 223)

JAMES P. WHISKEMAN recalled (p. 225), testifies to accuracy of photograph

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