Boston, MA Winthrop Beach Hotel Fire, Nov 1910
TWO DYING; FIRE IN HOTEL.
THIRTY-FIVE OTHER OCCUPANTS OF HOSTELRY NEAR BOSTON ESCAPE FROM FLAMES WHICH ATTACK HOUSE.
Boston, Nov. 26. -- In a wild scramble to escape from flames which destroyed YOUNG'S hotel at Winthrop Beach a mother and her son leaped from the windows and were so frightfully injured that probably neither can recover. The 35 remaining occupants escaping uninjured.
The hotel was burned to the ground, together with the garage in the rear and two adjoining cottages known as the Idle Hour and the Commonwealth.
The total loss will probably be considerable in excess of $50,000.
The injured are MRS. JOHN C. BEGGS and her son, JOHN C. BEGGS, JR., aged 17 years, of Springfield.
Oelwein Daily Register Iowa 1910-11-26