By Mashall Everett
The Great Chicago Theater Disaster. The Complete Story told by the Survivors. Presenting a Vivid Picture, both by Pen and Camera, of One of the Greatest Fire Horrors of Modern Times. Iroquois Theater, December 30, 1903, Chicago, Illinois.
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