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The Second Regiment Armory
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Businesses, stores and warehouses

BulletArthur Young & Company
Audited the contributions to and disbursements from the relief fund.

BulletBoston Store306
Provided food, drinks, blankets, clothing, and moral support to survivors as well as those who were assisting in the rescue and recovery efforts (including the professional divers).

BulletBurroughs Adding Machine Company
Loaned their office machines to the relief efforts.

BulletChicago Telephone Company
Rushed a large corp of emergency workers to install rows of telephones across the fronts of stores and other places for public use.

BulletEureka Cartage Company307
Trucks were used to transport victims to the morgue established at the Second Regiment Armory building.

BulletGlobe Wernicke Company
Donated complete office equipment to the relief efforts.

BulletLaSalle Hotel
Donated sandwiches and coffee to help sustain the rescuers.

BulletMarshall Field's

BulletRemington Typewriter Company
Loaned their office machines to the relief efforts.

BulletSherman Hotel
Donated sandwiches and coffee to help sustain the rescuers.

BulletSteffey Brothers wholesale goods
Threw chicken coops into the water for people to use to help keep them afloat.  (See picture of store along wharf.)


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