New York City, NY Bicycle Accident, May 1904

GIRL BICYCLIST BADLY HURT.

Sixteen-year-old JULIA FIELDER of 207 West One Hundred and Forty-second Street, was riding a bicycle yesterday when, in front of 205 West One Hundred and Thirty-fifth Street, her wheel slipped and threw her.
She was thrown on her head and received a possible fracture of the base of the skull. The girl was taken to the J. Hood Wright Hospital. Her condition is serious.

The New York Times New York 1904-05-31

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