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Much on the Lizzie Borden murder trial: in a Boston newspaper...



Item # 660714

June 16, 1893

BOSTON EVENING TRANSCRIPT, June 16, 1893  The front page has two columns of detailed reporting on the notable Lizzie Borden murder trial, with column heads: "QUESTION OF VERACITY" "Mrs. Reagan's Statements Under Fire "Defence Gets In Some Strong Evidence" "Witnesses Throw Discredit on Them" "Miss Emma Says There Was No Quarrel".
There are several subheads as well including: "The Lunatic Story Ruled Out" "Sarah Hart Saw the Strange Man" "Testimony of a Reporter "Stood Guard at the Door" and more.
The article carries over to take a full column on page 11 as well.
Complete in 20 pages, nice condition.

Category: Post-Civil War

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