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|Description||Caption: "Haymarket Square is noted the world over as the scene of the anarchistic outrage on the night of May 4, 1886, when a bomb was hurled into the midst of a number of policemen who were attempting to disperse a disorderly crowd. In the center of the square stands a statue of a policeman with uplifted hand, erected to the memory of the officers who perished that night. This location was formerly a hay market, but in recent years has become a great produce market. In the early morning it is one of the busiest centers in Chicago."|
|Link to the Full-Text||http://hdl.handle.net/10111/UIUCOCA:chicago00lhne|
|Repository||University of Illinois at Chicago|
|Author of the Book||L. H. Nelson Company|