To mark the coming 100th annicersary of the General Slocum fire, researcher Trent Pfeiffer spent the earlier part of today, before it hit 95F and we called it quits, seeking out and photographing as many General Slocum related spots as we could, as well as various other notorious L.E.S. sites, spanning 150 years of bizarre history. Over the next few days I will be posting photos and SLocum stories from our tour here, as a memorial to those who were lost and a testiment to those who survived the events of June 15, 1904.Here we see Henry Seigwalt and his daughters Carrie and Phoebe posed in front of his grocery store at 225 East 5th Street. Phoebe and Carrie perished in the fire. Mrs. Seigwalt does not appear on the list of dead, missing, injured or uninjured and the family's story appears to have been "lost."