Image ID
DN-0065870
Headline
Captain William O'Brien and Dr. John Robertson examining poison phials in the room of Jean Crones
Date Depicted
February 12, 1916
Date Created
February 12, 1916
Creator
Chicago Daily News, Inc.
Creator Role
photographer
Artwork/Object Depicted
glass negatives
Copyright Notice
No known copyright restrictions.
Credit Line
DN-0065870, Chicago Daily News negatives collection, Chicago History Museum
Inventory Number
1960.784
Storage Location
Chicago Daily News negatives collection, Chicago History Museum
Acquisition Source
Gift of Field Enterprises, Inc.
Max Pixels - Height
2332
Max Pixels - Width
2901
KEYWORDS
Chicago (Ill.)
O'Brien, William P
Robertson, John Dill
Crones, Jean
Homes and haunts
Detectives
Physicians
Municipal officials and employees
Poisons
Apartments
Near South Side (Chicago, Ill.)
Archbishop Mundelein
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captain william obrien and dr john robertson examining poison phials in the room of jean crones

William P. O'Brien, a captain in the detective bureau and City of Chicago Health Commissioner Dr. John Dill Robertson examining vials of poisons in anarchist Jean Crones' room at 22nd Street and Prairie Avenue in the Near South Side community area of Chicago, Illinois. Crones was an assistant chef at the University Club, and disappeared after 100 banquet attendees at a reception for Archbishop Mundelein were poisoned with arsenic.

William P. O'Brien, a captain in the detective bureau and City of Chicago Health Commissioner Dr. John Dill Robertson examining vials of poisons in anarchist Jean Crones' room at 22nd Street and Prairie Avenue in the Near South Side community area of Chicago, Illinois. Crones was an assistant chef at the University Club, and disappeared after 100 banquet attendees at a reception for Archbishop Mundelein were poisoned with arsenic.