Louise Berger (third from left) and Alexander Berkman (right) view the wreckage of the bombing. A member of the Anarchist Red Cross and an editor of Emma Goldman's Mother Earth Bulletin, Berger had lent the five anarchists her apartment while they built their bomb. Alexander Berkman, an anarchist and I.W.W. leader (and dandy) who was based in the city. In 1892, during a labor dispute in Pittsburgh, Berkman had shot the industrialist Henry Clay Frick, and then stabbed him with a steel file.