Atlantic City, NJ Floor Collapse, July 1895

FREDERICK CLAPROTH, both legs and both arms broken; has since died.
P. ECKMAN, Camden, leg and arm broken.
FRANK BOLTEN, clerk of Hotel Traymore, this city, shoulder badly crushed and otherwise injured.
CHARLES W. FOOTE, Minneapolis, maimed and bruised.
Detective JAMES DOYLE, Minneapolis, badly bruised and injured internally.
MISS ARMSTRONG, his daughter, aged 11, arm broken.
W. LUMBARD, Boston, leg broken.
HORACE ARNDT, East Orange, N.J., back broken.
WILLIAM BARNIE, base ball manager, Baltimore, injured internally.
MRS. FLEICHMAN, Philadelphia, both legs broken.
C. M. FOOTE, arm broken.
NATHANIAL DUKE, head and body bruised.
CHARLES W. FARWELL, Minneapolis, nose broken.
MONROE S. WAINWRIGHT, New York, injured internally.
CERO PRESTO, Camden.
ANTONIO DIAMOND, Philadelphia.
PRESS ECKMAN, Mount Holly, N.J.
W. J. LEE, Camden.
MRS. HELEN M. ROGERS, Camden.
MRS. KNOX J. LITTLE, Newburg, N.Y.
MRS. J. ROCKWELL, Philadelphia.
LEOPOLD FREY, New York.
HENRY CORNEY, wife and child, Philadelphia.
MRS. LIVESLEY and daughter.
M. D. BARRINGER, New York.
MRS. JAPLOA, New York.
MISS FREDENTHAL, Philadelphia.
MISS GURINGEN, Detroit.
MRS. W. B. RICE, New York.
MRS. ALLEN RICE, Brooklyn.
MRS. PLACIADE, Brooklyn.
MRS. FRANK NEAL, Baltimore.
DR. FRY, Roanoke, Va.
J. MELVILLE JANSEN, Philadelphia.
MRS. JANSEN, Philadelphia.
JAMES LONG, Camden.
MRS. WILLIAM MINNS, Camden.
D. H. CONDIT, Camden.
JOE WITZMAN, Philadelphia.
JOSEPH CAVANAUGH, Pittsburg.
LEE FRYE, Philadelphia.
MR. and MRS. LEE, Allegheny, Pa.
CHARLES F. SHERIFF, Pittsburg.
MRS. F. CONLIN, Rochester.
JAMES ARMSTRONG, theatrical agent, New York City, exalted ruler of New York Lodge No. 1, both legs broken.
MRS. HENRY HERRING, Rochester.
MRS. RUDOLPH GLASSER, Pittsburg.
MISS CORNELIA GLASSER, Pittsburg.
MRS. F. M. NEWBURY, Pittsburg.
FRED SHULTIS, Pittsburg.
A. B. CONN, New York.
M. RICHMOND BERINGER, New York.
WILLIAM HENRY RICE, New York.
JENNIE ROCKWELL, Philadelphia.
MR. GARDNER, Philadelphia.
MRS. L. FREY, Philadelphia.
A number of the members of Jennings' band of Camden, N.J., were injured.
The members of the Washington Elks and their friends escaped without injury.
The first victim to succumb to his injuries was FREDERICK CLAPROTH of 846 Kimber Street, Camden. He died shortly after midnight at a neighboring hotel, to which he had been conveyed. CLAPROTH had been in the crowd on the lower floor of the building when the crash came. Both his legs and arms had been broken. He never regained consciousness.

Evening Bulletin Maysville Kentucky 1895-07-11