The Iroquois Theatre Fire

The Iroquois Theatre Fire Chicago, December 30, 1903.  Fire, smoke and chaos caused by fear, killed over six hundred soles today at the new Iroquois Theatre on Randolph Street. Iroquois Theatre (This image is the only one

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