Eastland disaster, policeman holding a waterlogged teddy bear which had been found by a diver, August 10, 1915, Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Chicago Daily News.
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Eastland disaster, policeman holding a waterlogged teddy bear which had been found by a diver, August 10, 1915, Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Chicago Daily News.

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Female survivor of the Eastland disaster, wrapped in a blanket, standing on the upper deck of a boat on the Chicago River on July 24, 1915. Photograph from the Chicago Daily News. 
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Female survivor of the Eastland disaster, wrapped in a blanket, standing on the upper deck of a boat on the Chicago River on July 24, 1915. Photograph from the Chicago Daily News. 

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Lines of bodies in 2nd Regiment Armory converted into a post disaster morgue after the Eastland Disaster on July 24, 1915. Photograph by Jun Fujita. 
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Lines of bodies in 2nd Regiment Armory converted into a post disaster morgue after the Eastland Disaster on July 24, 1915. Photograph by Jun Fujita. 

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Chicago fireman Leonard E. Olson carrying a child from the Eastland Disaster. He received the Lambert Tree Medal for his heroic deeds. Photograph by Jun Fujita.  
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Chicago fireman Leonard E. Olson carrying a child from the Eastland Disaster. He received the Lambert Tree Medal for his heroic deeds. Photograph by Jun Fujita.  

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Men lifting a lifeless female victim from below deck of the Eastland during the disaster of 1915. Photographer unknown. 
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Men lifting a lifeless female victim from below deck of the Eastland during the disaster of 1915. Photographer unknown. 

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Female victim pulled from below deck during the Eastland Disaster on July 24, 1915. Photographer unknown. 
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Female victim pulled from below deck during the Eastland Disaster on July 24, 1915. Photographer unknown. 

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Diver with diving bell leaping into water outside Eastland crash site on July 24, 1915. Photograph by Jun Fujita. 
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Diver with diving bell leaping into water outside Eastland crash site on July 24, 1915. Photograph by Jun Fujita. 

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Diver making a descent into the Chicago River in search of bodies during the Eastland Disaster on July 24, 1915. Photograph by Jun Fujita. 
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Diver making a descent into the Chicago River in search of bodies during the Eastland Disaster on July 24, 1915. Photograph by Jun Fujita. 

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Portrait of Harry Halvorsen, a diver in the Eastland disaster rescue efforts. He is standing on a ladder near the overturned hull of the steamer in the Chicago River on July 24, 1915. Photograph from the Chicago Daily News. 
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Portrait of Harry Halvorsen, a diver in the Eastland disaster rescue efforts. He is standing on a ladder near the overturned hull of the steamer in the Chicago River on July 24, 1915. Photograph from the Chicago Daily News. 

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Rescuers and survivors atop the hull of the overturned Eastland steamer in the Chicago River on July 24, 1915. Photograph from the Chicago Daily News. 
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Rescuers and survivors atop the hull of the overturned Eastland steamer in the Chicago River on July 24, 1915. Photograph from the Chicago Daily News. 

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Eastland disaster survivors and rescuers standing on hull of the steamer in the Chicago River on July 24, 1915. Photograph from the Chicago Daily News. 
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Eastland disaster survivors and rescuers standing on hull of the steamer in the Chicago River on July 24, 1915. Photograph from the Chicago Daily News. 

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The stern of the Eastland during the Eastland Disaster. Photograph by Jun Fujita. 
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The stern of the Eastland during the Eastland Disaster. Photograph by Jun Fujita. 

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