Image ID
ICHi-019645
Headline
Scenes of the execution of four Haymarket Square Riot anarchists; Chicago, Illinois; 1887
Date Depicted
1887
Date Created
November 19, 1887
Creator
Unknown
Creator Role
artist
Artwork/Object Depicted
lithographs
Copyright Notice
No known copyright restrictions.
Credit Line
Chicago History Museum, ICHi-019645
Inventory Number
CH_00443
Storage Location
Library: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, November 19, 1887
Max Pixels - Height
5989
Max Pixels - Width
4342
KEYWORDS
Chicago (Ill.)
Haymarket Square Riot, Chicago, Ill., 1886
CH_00443
i19645.dng
photomechanical prints
anarchists
TIN.1804
Haymarket Affair
Engel, Fischer, Parsons, and Spies
ICHi-19645
Unknown
lithographs
i019645
i19645
ICHi-19645
scenes of the execution of four haymarket square riot anarchists chicago illinois 1887

Illustrations of scenes of the execution of four Haymarket Square Riot anarchists. Caption reads 'The Law Vindicated'-four of the Chicago Anarchists pay the penalty of their crime-scenes in the Cook County Jail before and at the moment of execution. From Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, Vol. 65, no. 1679, November 19, 1887, published by Frank Leslie in New York, New York.

Illustrations of scenes of the execution of four Haymarket Square Riot anarchists. Caption reads 'The Law Vindicated'-four of the Chicago Anarchists pay the penalty of their crime-scenes in the Cook County Jail before and at the moment of execution. From Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, Vol. 65, no. 1679, November 19, 1887, published by Frank Leslie in New York, New York.

4/15/2005