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The Slocum Disaster, New York Harbor, June 15, 1904--Gen'l Slocum the morning after the disaster, bodies on the beach showing in the background

The Slocum Disaster, New York Harbor, June 15, 1904--Gen'l Slocum the morning after the disaster, bodies on the beach showing in the background

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description

Summary

Stereograph shows men standing on the deck of a boat near the partially submerged wreckage of the destroyed steamboat the SS General Slocum.

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Date

01/01/1904
person

Contributors

H.C. White Co.
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Location

new jersey
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