Automobile Accident Fatal to Evanstonian [James A. Bingham]
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Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 28 May 1914, p. 6


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James A. Bingham, a retired clothing merchant, who had lived at the Greenwood Inn, Hinman avenue and Greenwood boulevard, Evanston, for two years, and who was struck by an automobile May 14 [unclear] at Adams street and La Salle street, died Sunday at the Washington Boulevard hospital, the result of injuries he sustained. Mr. Bingham was 67 years old. C. E. Biedermann, wholesale coffee dealer, who was driving the auto that struck the Evanstonian, was a witness at the coroner's inquest, which was held at Jordan's morgue in Chicago, Monday. According to one report Mr. Bingham stepped from behind one auto in front of the Biedermann machine and was run down. One leg was broken, his body was badly bruised and he was taken to the Washington Boulevard hospital. He was on his way from the Union League Club, of which he was a member, to the Chicago and Northwestern railroad station at Canal street to board a train for this city. Mr. Bingham was a widower. He is survived by two daughters.


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James A. Bingham was struck by an automobile May 14 [unclear] at Adams street and La Salle street, died Sunday at the Washington Boulevard hospital

Date of Publication:
28 May 1914
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Biedermann, C. E. ; Bingham, James
Local identifier:
Wilmette.News.290969
Language of Item:
English
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Automobile Accident Fatal to Evanstonian [James A. Bingham]