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October 8, 1918

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In Seattle, WA there have been 5 deaths in the last 24 hours and 90 news cases. City labs are busily developing a vaccination, all shipyard workers will be receiving the serum on Tuesday. Mrs Carrie Chapman Catt after thirty years of campaigning for women’s suffrage has registered to vote.

Source: “Five Die of Flu Last 24 Hours; 90 More Sick,” Seattle Star, Seattle, Washington, October 8, 1918. Page 1, Column 3.

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