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November 1911

Abstract

Vol. 1, sec. 4 (pp. 229-360)

CARMELLA INGEGENO, employed as machine operator (sewer) by Harris & Blanck (People’s witness, p. 229), describes physical layout of her working space and what happened on the day of the fire

WILLIAM BERNSTEIN, employee (People’s witness, p. 237), describes physical layout of working space and what happened on the day of the fire

LOUIS LEVY, paper-maker’s supplier/rag buyer (People’s witness, p. 246), testifies as to when rags were last removed from factory, and quantity

Adjourned to December 8, 1911 Resumed December 8, 1911

Louis Levy continues with testimony

HARRY FINGERHERTH, employee of Levy (People’s witness, p. 276)

HARRY GOLDBERG, employee of Levy (People’s witness, p. 277)

SAM ANDELMAN, employee of Levy (People’s witness, p. 279)

SAM RAPPAPORT, employee of Levy (People’s witness, p. 281)

SAMUEL FEIBES, employed as cutter by Harris & Blanck (People’s witness, p. 281), assisted by Yiddish interpreter, discusses who was working on day of fire

ISIDORE ABRAMOWITZ, employed by Harris & Blanck (People’s witness, p. 286), discusses physical layout of plant, actions of others on day of fire

SAM BERNSTEIN, employed as an operator (sewer) by Harris & Blanck (People’s witness, p. 300), assisted by Yiddish interpreter, describes where he was working on day of the fire and how he tried to open the door after fire started; actions of others; notes relationship to owners, membership in union; involvement in lawsuit

MARY BUCELLI/Cisco, employed by Harris & Blanck (People’s witness, p. 324), assisted by interpreter, describes customary exit going home; how she tried to open the door after fire started; actions of others; involvement in lawsuit

JOSEPH BRENMAN, employed by Harris & Blanck (People’s witness, p. 346), assisted by Yiddish interpreter, describes how he tried to open the door after fire started; describes looking for sisters, who also worked that day;

Adjourned to December 11, 1911

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