Medical personnel and volunteers worked May 29, 1977 in the Ft. Thomas Armory, where the bodies of the victims of the Beverly Hills Supper Club fire were lined up for identification. The armory served as a makeshift morgue for the 165 fire victims.
Medical personnel and volunteers worked May 29, 1977 in the Ft. Thomas Armory, where the bodies of the victims of the Beverly Hills Supper Club fire were lined up for identification. The armory served as a makeshift morgue for the 165 fire victims. BOB LYNN Associated Press file photo
Medical personnel and volunteers worked May 29, 1977 in the Ft. Thomas Armory, where the bodies of the victims of the Beverly Hills Supper Club fire were lined up for identification. The armory served as a makeshift morgue for the 165 fire victims. BOB LYNN Associated Press file photo

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