1914.03.12: WOMAN WHO FIGURED IN I.W.W. RAID ON CHURCH
New Castle (PA) News
March 12, 1914
Miss Jane Est, an enthusiastic leader of the I. W. W. movement in New York who participated in the disgraceful raid on St. Alphonsus' Catholic church of that city by a band of more than 250 unemployed, led by Frank Tannenbaum. One hundred and ninety-one of the miscreants were arrested, including Tannenbaum. Miss Est escaped after making a fiery speech in which she denounced the police, the clergy and the municipal administration.