Alexander Berkman’s dagger, used in conjunction with a pistol in assassination attempt on Henry Clay Frick in Pittsburgh, during the Homestead strike of 1892 [on display at Heinz History Center, Pittsburgh, PA]
The women were complaining about the arrest and mistreatment of stone-throwing Palestinian youths. It became official policy, during this period, for the occupying forces to break the arm and leg bones of any youth caught throwing stones at military personnel.
*The image is a blow-up of a contact print. I don’t have access to my original negatives.