Archive ID: 1981-077-074f

Republic Strike victim Hilding Anderson examined by Dr. L.H. Turek

Date Created: 1937

Donor: Edward Sadlowski

Media Type: Photograph


From May 30, 1987 article: “Hilding Anderson, wounded in the abdomen by a Chicago police bullet, waged a grim fight for life at South Chicago Community Hospital following the massacre. Here Anderson is tended by Dr. L.H. Turek. Anderson later died of blood poisoning. USW Local 65 Union Hall is named in his memory.”

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