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The Lizzie Borden murder trial...



Item # 613518

June 15, 1893

PUBLIC LEDGER, Philadelphia, June 15, 1893 

* Lizzie Borden murder trial

Almost an entire column on the front page is taken up with reports on the Lizzie Borden trial with column heads: "THE SISTERS QUARRELED" "Lizzie Borden Accuses Emma Of' Giving Her Away' " "Emma Denied The charge" "They Sit Together For Two Hours Without Speaking" "Matron Reagan's Sensational Testimony" "Objections to the Testimony of a Drug Clerk About Prussic Acid".
See also the interesting "Woman's Wear" article with a print of a "Sensible Bathing Suit".
Complete in 16 pages, lightly toned, a little margin wear, generally nice. Should be handled with care.

Category: Post-Civil War

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