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The workers at a Chicago furniture manufacturing concern here pose for a photograph on the eve of the national eight-hour strike. John C. and Jacob M. Horn operated their business where West Superior Street, which runs a block south of Chicago Avenue, intersects with Milwaukee Avenue on the Northwest Side. The Horns' business was close to where most of the Haymarket accused, and most German-American laborers, lived and worked. Today the Kennedy Expressway runs through the Horn Brothers' location.

Note the children seated on the ground in the front and the woman in the rear. They and all but the man in the wagon can be seen better by clicking on the right-hand small image. Click on the middle image to date the photograph precisely to the eight-hour demonstrations planned for the next day.