Indiana, PA Clymer Manufacturing Plant Accident, Aug 1910

Injured While Casting Iron.

Harry Bell, of Philadelphia street, an employe[sic] of the Clymer Manufacturing plant, had his arm rather painfully hurt below the elbow, Friday afternoon, while opening a cupola door against piece of sheet iron. Mr. Bell was taken to Dr. Gates' office where it required four double stitches to close the wound. After his injury was dressed Mr. Bell returned to the foundry and resumed work.

Indiana Evening Gazette, Indiana, PA 6 Aug 1910