photo size: 8" x 10"
September, 1932 (glass negative print)
The Iroquois Theatre fire occurred on December 30, 1903. It is the deadliest theater fire and the deadliest single-building fire in US history. Despite being billed as "Absolutely Fireproof" in advertisements and playbills, at least 605 people died.
$90 un-matted - $140 matted* - $325 framed**
*All matted photographs come standard in acid free white archival mat board with black core with 3-4" borders and open cut mat on back to display historical documentation. Custom mat board available at additional cost.
**All framed photographs come with standard matting, conservation glass, open cut mat on back
displaying historical documentation, and black Larson Juhl wood frame.