Partial List of Poisoned

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Camden Courier-Post – June 24, 1933

A partial list of the nearly 100 persons poisoned by food at local factories yesterday follows:

RCA VICTOR EMPLOYEES:

Treated at Dispensary:

  • Barbara White, 3136 North Twenty-ninth Street, Philadelphia.
  • Vera White, 825 North Sixth Street, Philadelphia.
  • E. B. Bauers, 1255 Kenwood Avenue.
  • Mary Mossman, 3163 Amber Street, Philadelphia.
  • Anna Cullen, 2124 Memphis Street, Philadelphia.
  • Clyde Lape, 562 Mickle Street.
  • WIlliam H. Scott, 222 Crestmont Terrace, Collingswood.
  • M. E. Wagner, 581 Carman Street.
  • A. Burman, 1466 Kenwood Avenue.
  • Miss M. Brennan, 2141 North Dover Street, Philadelphia.
  • Emma Randelbach, Lindenwold,
  • John Derry, Camden.
  • Helen Shevlin, 854 South Fifth Street.
  • Miss Shaefer, 2825 Amber Street, Philadelphia.

Treated at Cooper Hospital:

  • B. H. Poole, 40, of 144 North Sixtieth Street, Philadelphia.

Admitted to hospital.

  • Miss Violetta Brown, 21, Brooklawn.
  • Miss Clara Schaeffer, 226 South Fifth Street, Gloucester.
  • Dorothy Kurtz, 32, of 308 Penn Street.
  • Alfred Shaefer, 42, of 932 Cooper Street.
  • Gertrude Carl, 17, of 820 Brown Street, Gloucester.
  • Peter I. Cassell, 42, of 353 East Cambria Street, Philadelphia.
  • Willard Stipezell, 25, of 3918 Camden Avenue.
  • Frank Di Nardo, 24, of 222 Second Street, Schenectady, N. Y.

NEW YORK SHIPYARD EMPLOYEES:

Treated at West Jersey Homeopathic Hospital :

  • Howard Fryer, 42, of 214 Bergen Street, Gloucester.
  • William Shaeffer, 54, Woodbury Heights.
  • Philip Saponaro, 33, of, 422 Evans Street.
  • John Joyce, 32, of 310 Manton Street, Philadelphia.

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