men walking through a wrecked structure during the inquest for the water intake crib disaster

Image of unidentified men walking through a wrecked structure during the inquest for the water-intake crib disaster in Chicago, Illinois. A temporary wooden structure involved in the construction of a new water-intake crib by George W. Jackson, Inc., in Lake Michigan off 71st Street burst into flame on January 20, 1909, and 70 workers died in the disaster.

Image of unidentified men walking through a wrecked structure during the inquest for the water-intake crib disaster in Chicago, Illinois. A temporary wooden structure involved in the construction of a new water-intake crib by George W. Jackson, Inc., in Lake Michigan off 71st Street burst into flame on January 20, 1909, and 70 workers died in the disaster.