St. Anthony Hospital

In August of 1913, 20-year-old Emma Witte died in Chicago from an abortion perpetrated that day at the office of Dr. Otis M. Walker.

In November of 1913, 27-year-old homemaker Catherine Seabrooke died at St. Anthony’s Hospital in Chicago from an abortion performed that day by an unknown perpetrator.

In April of 1920, Emma Shanahan died at Chicago’s St. Anthony Hospital from an abortion perpetrated by a person who was not identified.

Saint Anthony Hospital (pictured) was founded in 1897 in Chicago’s southwest side.