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Iroquois Theater victims and subjects Index A



Party of five from Akron and Chicago

Fire alarms at Iroquois Theater

Railroad man Charles Adolph saves family

Eugene Field Chicago journalist and poet

Dr Robert McInnes of Belvidere IL at Iroquois Theater

Lizzie Danner was left with a blue vase and pink bedroom set

4 of 8 in Lakeside party succumb

Hippach brothers Iroquois Theater

Hennessy brothers

Cousins Ada Simpson and Caroline Woods

Mother and son Neumann

Carrie and Susie Turney

 
Abbott, Margaret Hunt - audience survivor AS
1977
Abstein, Louisa F. Lander - audience survivor AS
1326
Ackerman, Lillian Bertha - injured audience survivor AS
1330
Adamek, Elma Julia Bartlett - audience fatality AF
1182

Adams, Ada Cecelia Blanche - performer survivor

PS
1186
AS
1390
Adelphi Theater Chicago - see William Cole

Adolph, Anna - audience survivor

AS
1338

Adolph, Charles H. - audience survivor

AS
1337

Adolph Jr, Charles H. - audience survivor

AS
1339

Adolph, Mabel - audience survivor

AS
1340

Aerialist ballet dancers - see Grigolatis

A. H. Andrews Company - see Iroquois Theater

Ahern, William A. - thought dead though never attended Iroquois Theater

ZBG
1342

Ainslie, Helen - audience survivor

AS
1346
Akin, Harry L. - audience survivor AS
2017
Albert, Ernest - Mr. Bluebeard set designer ZBG
2105

Aldrich, Martha - audience survivor

AS
1349

Aldridge, Luella Lulu - audience fatality

AF
1190

Aldridge, William H. - Iroquois Theater light operator survivor

WS
1350

Alexander, Boyer - audience fatality

AF
1193

Alexander, Lulu Boyer - audience fatality

AF
1191

Alexander, Melba - audience fatality

AF
1192

Alexander, Mrs. William and daughter Miss Meade Alexander - possible but unlikely victims. A year after the fire a relative, A. Alexander of New Castle, PA, stated to newspaper there that his aunt's body was not found.

AU

Alfson, Alfred - audience fatality

AF
1194

Algerian Slave Song - see Mr. Bluebeard music
Allen, Charles - audience survivor

AS
2036

Allen, Mary S. Wenthe - audience fatality

AF
1196

Alley - see Couch Place

Alling, Charles - Chicago alderman who sided with theater managers in diluting fire ordinance

ZBG
1594

WS
1368

ZBG
1626

A Most Unpopular Potentate - see Mr. Bluebeard music

Anderson, Annie - audience fatality

AF
1352

Anderson, Carrie - injured audience survivor

AS
1198

Anderson, Ragna - Iroquois worker fatality

WF
1197

Andrew, Frank - See Jandrew, Frank

Andrews, Harriet "Hattie" - audience fatality

AF
1353

Annen, Margarethe - audience fatality

AF
1381

Apgar, Margaret - audience survivor

AS
1384

Apkins, Peter Paul - injured audience survivor

AS
1370

Armour, Lola Lolita - donated money to help Mr. Bluebeard performers

ZBG
1415

Armsby, Cornelia W. - audience survivor

AS
1372

Arriola, Carlos E. - flute player in orchestra, survivor

PS
1199
AS
1388
AS
1387

Ashmore, Hazel - dancing performer survivor

PS
1389
Ashton, Daisy - possibly in Mr. Bluebeard chorus.  Real name Daisy Chaffee PS

Atkin, George W. - coroner's juror

ZBG
1454

Auction for tickets to Iroquois premier - see Iroquois Theater - ticket auction

Auditorium Theatre

ZBG
1015

Aurora, IL Trinity Episcopal Church - see churches

Austrian, Alfred S. - Iroquois Theater management defense attorney

ZBG
1201

Austrian, Walter J. - audience fatality

AF
1200

Automatic Sprinklers in Chicago Theaters

ZBG
1215

 

 



 

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