Accident - to Fred Figge. Blinded by Powder Explosion - 92 Accident - to Will Peterson at San Francisco - Fractured Skull - 98 Accident - Cannon burst at Ferndale while Saluting the Fleet - 99 Accident - to Felix Faber - Thrown from Buggy and Killed - 100 Acorns dropped by Woodpeckers filled Pipe from upper Tank - 114 Accident - to Vira Votaw - Leg broken - 121 Attempted Assassination of Asst. Dist. Atty. Francis J. Heney - 131 Arrival of Fleet of Battle-Ships from Trip around the World - 146 Africa - Ex. President Roosevelt started on Hunting Trip to - 151 Accident - Burning of Robert Livingston in Tank - 168 Accident - Automobile - in which Mrs. Nell Thompson was hurt in San Diego - 171 Appendicitis - Willie had - Operation in Framinghan Hospital - 174 Accident to Olga - Fell from the Second-Story Window - 179 Assassinated - Prince Ito of Japan by a Korean - 188 Accident - Two Trains Collided at French Camp R.R. Station - 207 Annexation of Korea to Japan by Proclamation - 240 Appendicitis - Theresa had Operation at St. Joseph's Home - 245 Anti-Saloon League Rally - Rev. A. C. Bane Spoke in Hall - 251 Apple - Hood River, Oregon, Eunice sent - 251 Arbors - Old Ones in front taken down - 277 Appendicitis - Warren Smith had - 281 Assassination of Charles Sollars by Sam. Axtill at Lodi - 286 Accident to Helen Locke - had fingers cut - 291 Arbitration Treaty signed between U.S., Great Britain and France - 294
Original dimensions: 23 x 37 cm.
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