Lowell, C. A. (New York , NY)

C. A. Lowell


Elm and White

New York

New York 1.

  1. (1888) " fall of Fifty Girls. New York, July 26- The floors of an old
    building at Elm and White streets collapsed owing to the the weight of
    machinery on it, and about fifty girls and women employed by C. A. Lowell, a
    bookbinder were carried down amid the ruins into the cellar. Miss Maria
    Bagnell, aged 22, of 23 Van Brunt street, Brooklyn, was killed and several
    others badly injured. The building was formerly an armory, and was not fitted
    for the purpose for which it has lately been used. an investigation will
    follow" Trenton Evening Times, Trenton New Jersey August, 26, 1888.
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