No. 550
Crime, Eccentricity, and the Sporting Life in 19th Century America.
December 7, 2021

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Tag: Prostitution

New Girls Wanted.

Runners Scouring for recruits for the "Worlds Fair" Girl Market.

6/1/2021

Pedal Advertising.

How two Dizzy Girls Advertised Their Charms and Political Faith.

11/5/2018

Their Sex's Worst Foes.

How the gilded vice of the metropolis fishes for its victims in the public streets, and innocent confidence is trapped by the fine feathers which disguise foul birds.

6/26/2017

Demi-Monde Excursion.

Members of the New Orleans Demi-Monde Enjoying an Excursion to the Suburbs of the Southern Metropolis.

5/16/2016

Breaking Up a Bagnio.

11/18/2012

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10/8/2012

Steam Powered Reformation.

8/14/2012

Steam Powered Reformation.

8/14/2012

Saloons and Houses of Ill-Fame.

5/8/2012

Melancholy Boat Accident.

4/24/2012

The Female Marine

12/27/2011

“I’ve Taken Poison, Maudie!”

7/25/2011

Recruiting For Sin's Army

7/5/2011
"Chicago Tribune," October 1, 1978, via Newspapers.comPoisoning cases are often inscrutable.  They are particularly frightening when it is impossible to tell if the poisoning was by deliberate action or by accident, and even the nature of the toxin is unknowable.  Such was the deadly puzzle which plagued a family in Pevely, Missouri.In September 1978, Eva Sims and her husband Alvin had their home
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Strange Company - 12/6/2021
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[Editor’s note: Guest writer, Peter Dickson, lives in West Sussex, England and has been working with microfilm copies of The Duncan Campbell Papers from the State Library of NSW, Sydney, Australia. The following are some of his analyses of what he has discovered from reading these papers. Dickson has contributed many transcriptions to the Jamaica Family […]
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Early American Crime - 2/7/2019
Entrance to Juneau Company WharfLocation of the shootout on Juneau Wharf 1898Circa 1930s-1940sJeff Smith collection(Click image to enlarge)        ntrance to Juneau Company Wharf  Here is a new addition to my photograph collection. The above is the cropped, close-up showing the entrance to the Juneau Company Wharf where Soapy Smith and Frank Reid shot it out in the Shootout on Juneau Wharf,
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Soapy Smith's Soap Box - 12/1/2021
In 1870, Peter Kenney and Richard O’Keefe opened a liquor store and barroom on the corner of B and 4th Streets in South Boston. Kenney was married to O’Keefe’s sister who owned the building. The Kenney’s lived on the second floor and in 1872, O’Keefe boarded with them.The business was doing well, and the two men got along until O’Keefe moved in. That winter they frequently argued over the way
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Murder By Gaslight - 12/4/2021
Youth With Executioner by Nuremberg native Albrecht Dürer … although it’s dated to 1493, which was during a period of several years when Dürer worked abroad. November 13 [1617]. Burnt alive here a miller of Manberna, who however was lately engaged as a carrier of wine, because he and his brother, with the help of […]
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Executed Today - 11/13/2020
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