Minneapolis, MN warehouse fire, May 1910

MINNEAPOLIS FIRE LOSS REACHES $1,000,000

Blaze Starting From Unknown Cause Destroys Four Implement Warehouses.

By Associated Press.

MINNEAPOLIS, May 28. - Fire this morning burned four large implement warehouses and other property entailing a loss estimated at about $1,000,000 before it was controlled. One man was injured.

The fire started from an unknown cause in the warehouse of the Great Northern Implement Company. The implement warehouses burned were the Rock Island, Great Northern, Waterbury, and Northwestern.

The Sixth Avenue hotel was practically destroyed.

The Fort Worth Star - Telegram, Fort Worth, TX, 28 May 1910

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