NEWS FEATURE: Memories of 1911 fire provide moral meaning for today

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c. 1997 Religion News Service LOS ANGELES _ Rose Friedman, 104, marvels at her memory. A survivor of the March 25, 1911, Triangle Shirtwaist Co. fire in New York City, she can still recall the panic when smoke engulfed the ninth floor. “People were running from one place to another screaming and crying,” she said. […]

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