1926 Press Photo Blast Wreaks Philadelphia Dairy, Burying Four In Ruins


Four men were entombed beneath a mass of debris and twisted girders when an ammonia tank exploded at the branch of the Scott-Powell Dairy, Philadelphia, Pa. Firemen and police were prevented from rescuing the men because of the ammonia fumes and tons of water released upon the building.

Photo measures 10.25 x 8 inches.

Photo is dated 08-05-1926.

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