VI-"The Evil of the Age" - Augustus St. Clair - New York Times

VI-"The Evil of the Age" - Augustus St. Clair - New York Times

Later Developments in Regard to the Trunk Tragedy. Important Admissions of Rosenzweig's Servant. All Doubt of the Identity of the Victim Removed. Sketch of the Life of Miss Alice Bowlby. Suicide at Paterson, N.J., of Her Supposed Destroyer. The Brooklyn Abortionists Held for Examination.

by: Augustus St. Clair | publication date: September 1, 1871 | Publication: The New York Times | pages: 8

"... She was a young girl whose life had apparently never been darkened, and upon whom the breath of suspicion had never fallen. Moving in respectable society, and having relatives in the highest circles, she was everywhere received as an ornament and a delight. . . ."

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