Archive ID: 1981-077-079r

Police load victims of Memorial Day Massacre into patrol wagon

Date Created: 1937-05-30

Donor: Edward Sadlowski

Media Type: Photograph

Language: English

Description:

Police load victims of Memorial Day Massacre into patrol wagon, from Local 1033 display, panel 16. “PATROL WAGONS became ambulances as injured men were loaded in for trip to hospital. More than 100 persons were injured.”

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