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General Slocum Disaster, New York Harbor, June 15, 1904. Diver going down for bodies in upper saloon, out of which over 175 were taken

General Slocum Disaster, New York Harbor, June 15, 1904. Diver going down for bodies in upper saloon, out of which over 175 were taken

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Summary

Stereograph shows several men and the police standing on the deck of a boat. A diver resurfaces after helping to recover bodies from the partiallysubmerged wreckage of the destroyed steamboat the SS General Slocum.

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Date

01/01/1904
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Contributors

H.C. White Co.
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Location

new jersey
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