Incrustation of Tube in Intubation; Insane Asylum Management; Society Notes
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Negative commentary on Nellie Bly's stint in the Asylum for Women on Blackwell's Island.
"Brooke Kroeger on James O'Keefe and Undercover Reporting: A CJR Podcast" - Joel Meares - Columbia Journalism Review
Q & A with Brooke Kroeger after James O'Keefe's NPR sting in 2011.
They Tell Nellie Bly That Women Never Reform
Nellie Bly goes to prisons and talks to women about why they do not reform.
A Perfect Army of Wiseacres Come to Her Relief; Queer Ways to Cure That Headache; Her Experience with the Seven Distinguished New York Physicians Interested Everybody All Over the Country-Medicine Enough Received to Stock a Drug Store
Nellie Bly tells readers how she now has numerous doctors prescribing her medicine for her illness.
She Inspects the Tightly Laced Young Cadets at Their Military Maneuvers
Nellie Bly goes to West Point to "blend" in.
Nellie Bly Tells of the Frolics and Breeziness After Midnight
Nellie Bly goes to the French Ball as an investigative journalist, not undercover.
Nellie Bly Exposes a Fraud in Worthless Washing Machines
Nellie Bly exposes a laundromat's false advertising.
Nellie Bly Exposes One of the Secrets of a Diamond Shop; Loaning Money Without a License to Actresses and Rich Women
Nellie Bly exposes how a diamond shop in New York really operates.
Some Things She Saw, Heard and Experienced While Traveling; Saidee Polk Fall's Happy Life at the Famous Polk Homestead-A Bit of Amele Riven's Early History-Peet Riley's Wisdom-Experience with a Southern Quarantine Officer-An Indignant Traveller.
Nellie Bly overheard many interesting things while traveling.
Nellie Bly goes undercover to investigate the man in Central Park.
Nellie Bly Asks This Question of Police Court Prisoners; She Spends a Day at Jefferson Market Court and Jail
Surprise That Even a Women Could Trick the Lobby King
Comment on Nellie Bly's "The King of the Lobby" expose.
"The Media's Intrusion on Privacy: Protecting Investigative Journalism" - C. Thomas Dienes - The George Washington Law Review
C. Thomas Dienes
C. Thomas Dienes discusses Professor Smolla's paper on media's privacy limitations and the law in a panel on 'protecting investigative journalism'.
"New Whines in Old Bottles: Taking Newsgathering Torts Off the Food Lion Shelf" - John P. Borger - Tort & Insurance Law Journal
John P. Borger
Legal information regarding undercover reporting.
Her Story as Told from Day to Day by the City Newspapers; From the Sun, Sunday, Sept 25, WHO IS THIS INSANE GIRL? She Is Pretty, Well Dressed and Speaks Spanish; She Wandered Into Matron Stenard's Home for Women and Asked for a Pistol to Protect Herself; Is Her Name Marina?
The New York World reprints an article from the Sept. 25, 1887 New York Sun as well as reporting from the city's other papers about about the mysterious Nellie Brown, who ends up getting transported to Blackwell's Island. Of course, it was the World's Nellie Bly, attempting just that.
Nellie Bly Repeats in Detail Her Story About Lobbyist Phelps; Step by Step She Shows How She Trapped Him and Exposed Him; Her Appearance Before the House Judiciary Committee Is the Sensation of the Day; The Committee Admits Its Limited Powers, but Interrogates Her Closely as to the Expose in 'The World' and She Answers Clearly and Directly; Phelps Goes on the Stand and Makes a Succession of Denials and Admissions; He Says He Never Mentioned that He Could Buy Any Legislators, and that the Names of the Six Interested Men on the Cities' Committee Were Not Referred to; He Calls Himself a Speculator and a Bill-Gurnisher; How He Explains Things; Lobbyist Wood Is Also Examined, but Denies Everything; The Testimony is Full
Edward R. Phelps, the Owner of the Legislature, Again in Albany