On October 23, 1906,
Alonzo Souslin broke his neck in an accident while working at
NCR. After being unconscious for several days, he spent several
months recovering from his injuries. To keep pressure off his
neck, he wore a steel brace. Since he was unable to work, he
sold postcards and pamphlets about his struggle so he could
support his family. He survived for 16 years, before dying at
the age of 63.
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