Great Chicago Theater Disaster 1904 - List of Victims

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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Names in this online transcription include Adamek, Adams, Aldridge, Alexander, Alfson, Allen, Anderson, Andrews, Annen, Bagley, Baker, Banshep, Barker, Barnheisel, Barry, Bartesch, Bartlett, Battenfield, Becker, Bell, Berg, Bergch, Berry, Besmick, Beutel, Beyer, Bezenack, Bickford, Biegler, Bird, Bissinger, Bliss, Bloom, Blum, Boeam, Boetcher, Boggs, Boice, Bolte, Boltie, Bond, Botsford, Bowman, Bradwell, Brady, Brennan, Brewster, Brinsley, Brown, Browne, Buehrmann, Burke, Burnside, Buschwah, Butler, Byrne, Caldwell, Calven, Cantwell, Casper, Caville, Chapin, Chapman, Christianson, Christopher, Christopherson, Clark, Clay, Clayton, Cogans, Cohn, Cooper, Copler, Corbin, Corcoran, Coultts, Crocker, Cumings, Curbin, Danner, Davis, Davy, Dawson, Day, Decker, Deckhut, Dee, Delee, Devine, Dickie, Diffendorf, Diffendorfer, Dingfelder, Dixon, Dodd, Dolan, Donahue, Donaldson, Dooley, Dorr, Dotts, Dow, Dowst, Dray, Dreisel, Drychau, Dryden, Du Vall, Dunlavey, Dyrenforth, Ebbert, Eberstein, Edduze, Edwards, Eger, Eisendrath, Eisenstaedt, Eland, Eldridge, Elkau, Ellis, Engel, Engels, Ernst, Ersig, Esper, Esten, Evans, Fahey, Fair, Falk, Falkenstein, Feiser, Fellman, Fitzgibbon, Fitzgibbons, Flannagan, Foley, Folice, Folke, Foltz, Forbusch, Fort, Fowler, Fox, Foy, Frack, Frady, Frantzen, Frazer, Freer, Frickelton, Friedrich, Frost, Fulkerson, Gahan, Garn, Gartz, Gass, Geary, Geik, Gerhart, Geron, Gestren, Goerk, Goolsby, Gould, Graff, Graves, Gudelmans, Guerni, Gustafson, Guthardt, Hainsley, Hall, Harbaugh, Harrison, Hart, Hartman, Haveland, Hayes, Helms, Hennessy, Henning, Henry, Hensley, Herger, Herron, Hewins, Hickman, Higgins, Higginson, Hippach, Hirsch, Hive, Hoffein, Holberton, Holland, Holm, Holmes, Holst, Howard, Hrody, Hudhart, Hull, Hutchins, Irle, Jackson, James, Jones, Kauffman, Kekman, Kell, Kennedy, Knight, Kochems, Kouthes, Kranz, Kuebler, Kulas, Kurley, Kwasuiewski, La Rose, Lake, Lange, Lassmann, Leaton, Leavenworth, Lefman, Lehman, Lemenager, Levenson, Linden, Livingston, Long, Love, Lowitz, Ludwig, M'gunigle, M'kenna, M'millen, Mackay, Mahler, Mann, Marks, Martin, Matchette, McChristie, McClelland, McClure, McClurg, McGill, McKee, McKenna, McLaughlin, Mead, Meagler, Mecaughan, Mendel, Menger, Merriam, Merriman, Meyer, Miller, Mills, Mitchell, Moak, Moloney, Moohan, Moore, Morris, Mossler, Mueller, Muir, Mulholland, Murphy, Murray, Myers, Newby, Newman, Norris, Norton, Oakey, Oakley, Olsen, Olson, Orle, Owen, Owens, Oxnam, Page, Palmer, Passe, Patterson, Paulman, Payne, Payson, Pease, Peck, Pelton, Persinger, Pierce, Pilat, Pinney, Polte, Polzin, Pond, Pottlitzer, Power, Powers, Pridemore, Quitch, Radcliffe, Rankin, Rattey, Raynolds, Reed, Regensburg, Reid, Reidy, Reiss, Reiter, Reynolds, Richardson, Rife, Rimes, Robbins, Roberts, Robertson, Roetche, Rogers, Rottie, Rubly, Ruhleman, Rutigar, Sands, Saville, Sawyer, Sayre, Schaffner, Schmidt, Schneider, Schoenbeck, Schreiner, Sechrist, Segrint, Seymore, Shabad, Sheridan, Shinners, Sill, Simpson, Smith, Specht, Spindler, Squire, Stafford, Stark, Steinmetz, Stern, Stillman, Stoddard, Stratman, Strong, Studley, Suetsch, Sullivan, Sutten, Suttler, Swartz, Sylvester, Tarney, Taylor, Teaster, Thatcher, Thomas, Thompson, Thoni, Tobias, Torney, Trask, Turney, Vallely, Van Ingen, Wachs, Wagner, Waldman, Walman, Washington, Webber, Weber, Weck, Weihers, Weinder, Weinfeld, Wells, Wenton, Wernish, Werskowsky, Weskops, White, Wiemer, Wilcox, Williams, Winder, Wire, Wolf, Wolff, Wood, Woods, Wulson, Wunderlich, Zeisler, Zimmerman.

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