Remembering the Triangle Factory Fire, 100 years later

Triangle Fire

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Working under lights, a police officer holds a small casket amid the wrecked bodies of Triangle fire victims. Nearby, others wait to help carry the dead to the covered 26th Street pier where a temporary police station and morgue had been set up after it was determined that the city morgue was not large enough to handle the fire’s casualties.

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Sweatshop conditions in the early 1900's

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