Cass Lake, MN fall on stairs, Mar 1907

SEVERE INJURY TO KNEE

GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY ENGINEER WILL BE LAID UP FOR SOME TIME - HE IS LAID UP IN BED.

Jos. Robinson, residing on North Eighth street, and one of the most popular of the pioneer passenger engineers of the Great Northern railway met with an accident on his last trip to Cass Lake that may lay him up for some time. He was coming down the steps of the hotel, when he slipped and fell, severely spraining his knee. On his arrival home he went immediately to bed and has been confined there since a good part of the time suffering severe pain. His many friends will regret to hear of his misfortune and hope for his speedy recovery.

The Duluth News Tribune, Duluth, MN 21 Mar 1907