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dc.date.accessioned2020-12-04T16:38:13Z
dc.date.available2020-12-04T16:38:13Z
dc.date.issued1911-12-19
dc.identifier.other88512
dc.identifier.urihttps://hdl.handle.net/1813/88018
dc.description.abstractVol. 3, sec. 3 (pp. 1408-1507) HENRY C. JACOBS, traveling theater owner (defendants’ witness, p. 1408), describes one visit to the premises SIM HERMAN, lace salesman (defendants’ witness, p. 1412), testifies about the routine whereabouts of Mr. Harris, which stairs or elevators were taken WILLIAM HARRIS, porter (defendants’ witness, p. 1418), testifies about string on key ANNA MITTLEMAN, sewing machine operator (defendants’ witness, p. 1438) SAMUEL RUBIN pattern maker, discharged before the day of the fire (defendants’ witness, p. 1443), asked about how he came and went between floors, physical layout of premises HYMAN SILVERMAN, machine operator, now cigar store owner (defendants’ witness, p. 1458), asked about key in door, watchman examining workers’ pocketbooks as they left, Mr. Blanck routinely trying the door; came to testify after reading about the case (no subpoena) EDWIN E. WOLF, salesman (defendants’ witness, p. 1477), discusses whether he found door locked on visits JOHN CASEY, engineer/mechanic, worked under superintendent Mr. Stern (defendants’ witness, p. 1487), questioned about length of key in door; questioned about previous statements, argument between attorneys over seeing written testimony ABRAHAM BACHARACH, embroidery manufacturer, sells to Harris & Blanck (defendants’ witness, p. 1498), describes customary way he entered and left premises; describes usual whereabouts of Harris, whether he had ever locked a door
dc.language.isoen_US
dc.subjecttriangle fire
dc.subjectemployee
dc.subjectjacobs
dc.subjecttheater owner
dc.subjectherman
dc.subjectlace salesman
dc.subjectharris
dc.subjectporter
dc.subjectmittleman
dc.subjectsewing machine operator
dc.subjectrubin
dc.subjectpattern maker
dc.subjectsilverman
dc.subjectmachine operator
dc.subjectwolf
dc.subjectsalesman
dc.subjectcasey
dc.subjectengineer
dc.subjectmechanic
dc.subjectbacharach
dc.subjectembroidery manufacturer
dc.titleVol. 3, sec. 3. (pp. 1408-1507). Testimony of traveling theater owner, lace salesman, porter, sewing machine operator re whether door was locked
dc.typearchival material
dc.typelegal document
dc.description.legacydownloadsvol3_sec3_1408_1507.pdf: 534 downloads, before Oct. 1, 2020.


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