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"The Day Laborer's Toil Is Hard, Pay Minimal, Security Nonexistent; In Houston, the Jobless Fill Labor Pools That Retake Part of Each Day's Wage; The System at Krash Cabin"
George Getschow
Getschow lives the life of a day laborer in this,, part one of a two-part series for the Wall Street Journal, a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 1983.
Walter F. White
From the precede: "Walter White, born of African-American ancestry and raised in Atlanta, investigated lynchings and race riots for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). From 1931 until his death in 1955 he served as the organization's executive secretary (director).
Joshua Solomon
Joshua Solomon attempts to recreate the experiences of John Howard Griffin's Black Like Me some 34 years later for a piece in the Washington Post.
An Innocent Child Sold Into Slavery for Ten Dollars; The Appalling Traffic in Human Flesh in New York; Heartless Mothers and Grasping Midwives Who Barter Helpless Children for Money; Shocking Indifference of the Slave-Dealers as to What Becomes of the LIttle Ones-No Questions Asked; A Visit to the Midwife Who Sold the Bogus Hamilton Baby; Startling Facts Which Will Appeal to Every Loving Mother in the Land
Nellie Bly
Bly's four-column feature report on the baby-buying trade in New York, including the statement of one woman who claimed to have sold one of the babies bought by Eva Hamilton, who had just begun serving time for atrocious assault and battery in Trenton Penitentiary. For her story, Bly posed as a would-be mother wanting to buy a child and found in at least four locations that she could buy a newborn from a broker for anywhere from ten to twenty-five dollars with no questions asked.
Nellie Bly in Short Gauze Skirts Kicks at a Mark
Nellie Bly
"She Has Herself Arrested to Gain Entrance to a Station-House"
Nellie Bly
Bly gets herself arrested to experience life for a woman in jail.
She Wears a Scant Costume; Marches with the Amazons
Nellie Bly
Bly writes about her turn on the stage as a member of the dancing chorus line for "The Amazon March."
Nellie Bly Tells How It Feels to Be a White Slave; She Tries Her Hand at Making Paper Boxes; Difficulty in Getting a Job; Most Work Two Weeks for Nothing; After One Learns the Trade It Is Hard to Earn a Living; A Fair Picture of the Work
Nellie Bly
Nellie Bly's Strange Experiences at Two Employment Agencies
Nellie Bly
Bly investigates the employment agencies that place domestic servants.
The Strange and Awful Experience of a Certain Mr. Gray
Nellie Bly
Nellie Bly's Strange Experience at a Noted Matrimonial Agency
Nellie Bly
Bly tours New York's matrimonial agencies in ostensible search of a husband.
Hundreds and Hundreds of Little Ones Given Away Yearly; Met the Petted Darlings of the Rich, But the Infants Born to Shame; These Are the Ones That Are Given to Alien Hand; Regular Traffic in New-Born Babes; A Money-Making Trade in Humanity 'th
Nellie Bly
Bly poses as a woman in pursuit of a baby to buy in an exposé of the baby-buying trade.
II - "Nellie Bly's Experience in the Blackwell's Island Asylum; Continuation of the Story of Ten Days with Lunatics; How the City's Unfortunate Wards Are Fed and Treated; The Terrors of Cold Baths and Cruel, Unsympathetic Nurses; Attendants Who Harass and Abuse Patients and Laugh at Their Miseries"
Nellie Bly
Part II of Bly's report on her 10 days incarcerated in the women's lunatic asylum on Blackwell's Island.
The Mystery of the Unknown Insane Girl; Remarkable Story of the Successful Impersonation of Insanity; How Nellie Brown Deceived Judges, Reporters and Medical Experts; She Tells Her Story of How She Passed at Bellevue Hospital; Studying the Role of Insanity Before Her Mirror and Practicing It at the Temporary Home for Women; Arrested and Brought Before Judge Duffy; He Declares She is Some Mother's Darling and Resembles His Sister; Committed to the Care of the Physicians for the Insane at Bellevue; Experts Declare Her Demented; Harsh Treatment of the Insane at Bellevue; "Charity Patients Should Not Complain"; Vivid Pictures of Hospital Life; How Our Esteemed Contemporaries Have Followed a False Trail; Some Needed LIght Afforded Them; Chapters of Absorbing Interest in the Experience of a Feminine "Amateur Casual."
Nellie Bly
The first in Bly's two-part series on her experiences incarcerated for 10 days in the women's lunatic asylum on Blackwell's Island.
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