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NYC Excursion Boat Stampede Aftermath 1941

A hysterical woman is aided after she viewed the body of a relative who was trampled to death in a stampede at the 132nd Street pier of the Hudson River, Aug. 17, 1941. The incident occurred when an estimated 10,000 Harlem residents showed up to board a boat for an excursion to Bear Mountain when there were only accommodations for 3,100. (AP Photo/Murray Becker)

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August 17, 1941 04:00:00 AM
May 13, 2008 06:01:12 PM
Murray Becker, Murray Becker
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