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Lizzie Borden presumed guilty before the end of her trial...
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August 30, 1892
MEMPHIS APPEAL-AVALANCHE, Tennessee, Aug. 30, 1892 The top of the front page has column heads on the Lizzie Borden murder trial including: "TOILS ARE TIGHTENING" "About Miss Lizzie Borden" "Nearer and Nearer Looms the Gallows Tree Before Her" "Clearer and Clearer It Appears She's a Murderess" "But Once Has She Seemed to Be Concerned" "Merrily She Laughs in Court as the Hearing Proceeds" and more (see). The detailed text takes over a full column.
Eight pages, irregular and partially loose at the spine, browning at the margins. In good condition but somewhat fragile & must be handled carefully.
Category: Post-Civil War