Note to researchers: This exhibit presents mainly primary documents, with a selection of secondary documents. If you are new to research of this type, please review the difference between primary sources and secondary sources under Tips for Students.
- Report of Joint Relief Committee, January 15, 1913
- Preliminary Report of the Factory Investigating Commission, 1912
- New York (State) Factory Investigating Commission (excerpts)
- Report to the Legislature of the State of New York by the New York State Factory Investigating Commission (pp. 13-20)
- The Fire Hazard in Factory Buildings (pp. 28-34)
- Recommendations of the Commission (pp. 38-45)
- Results from the Preliminary Report of the New York (State) Factory Investigating Commission (pp. 128-130)
- Notes on Some Trades in Which Women are Employees, "Clothing (Women's waists)" (pp. 277-278)
- Testimony of Edward F. Croker, Fire Chief (pp.14-21, 35-36, 39-40)
The Triangle Fire, the Asch Building, and who was responsible
- Testimony of G.I. Harmon, Inspector, Labor Department (p. 242-249)
Inspection of Asch Building prior to the Triangle Fire
- Testimony of William L. Beers, Fire Marshal, City of New York (p. 571, 580-82)
Interrogated about the Asch Building
- Fourth Report of the Factory Investigating Commission, 1915.
Includes summary of work of the commission and laws passed as a result of the commission's work.