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District Attorney Case Files - Obscure, Noteworthy or Notorious
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    • Albano disorderly house, 1912

    • Albano disorderly house, 1912
    • Lorenzo Albano was brought before a Grand Jury for a Disorderly House infraction. This Bank Deposit record was among the evidence used at trial.
    • Lorenzo Albano was brought before a Grand Jury for a Disorderly House infraction in the Town of Ossining in 1912. Disorderly House in this case refers to keeping a brothel in which numerous girls were brought to Albano's home to "entertain" men...
    • Marchall feloniously escaping from prison case, 1919

    • Marchall feloniously escaping from prison case, 1919
    • Wanted bulletin created for Charles Marchall who escaped from Sing Sing Prison in October of 1919, where he was incarcerated and serving a sentence for assault. Bulletin offers a reward for finding Marchall, shows Marchall's picture and gives his...
    • Charles Marchall was convicted of assault in the 2nd degree and sentenced to hard labor at Sing Sing Prison in November of 1918. Marchall became what is known as a "trusty" at Sing Sing: someone who is allowed to work outside the prison walls on...
    • Albano disorderly house, 1912

    • Albano disorderly house, 1912
    • Photograph of defendant and 4 acquaintances in a garden or park area adjacent to a village or town (homes appear in background), possibly in Ossining, N.Y. Lorenzo Albano was brought before a Grand Jury for a Disorderly House infraction and this...
    • Lorenzo Albano was brought before a Grand Jury for a Disorderly House infraction in the Town of Ossining in 1912. Disorderly House in this case refers to keeping a brothel in which numerous girls were brought to Albano's home to "entertain" men...
    • Albano disorderly house, 1912

    • Albano disorderly house, 1912
    • Image of a "New York Central Lines Hudson River Division Suburban Trains" train schedule from 1912. This train schedule was included as evidence of Lorenzo Albano trafficking women from New York City to Ossining, N.Y. Albano was brought before a...
    • Lorenzo Albano was brought before a Grand Jury for a Disorderly House infraction in the Town of Ossining in 1912. Disorderly House in this case refers to keeping a brothel in which numerous girls were brought to Albano's home to "entertain" men...
    • Merritt murder case, 1910

    • Merritt murder case, 1910
    • Photograph of the driveway leading to the property of Daniel C. Merritt in North Castle (Armonk), where his son John Merritt shot and killed Fred Pasquale with a shot gun on November 18, 1910.
    • John Merritt shot and killed Fred Pasquale with a shot gun near his father's residence after a dispute regarding the well being of Bertha Brower, a young woman being kept in servitude by the Merritt's.
    • Merritt murder case, 1910

    • Merritt murder case, 1910
    • Photograph of the driveway to the property of Daniel C. Merritt in North Castle (Armonk), where his son John Merritt shot and killed Fred Pasquale with a shot gun on November 18, 1910. Two x's are marked on the photograph by prosecutors for use...
    • John Merritt shot and killed Fred Pasquale with a shot gun near his father's residence after a dispute regarding the well being of Bertha Brower, a young woman being kept in servitude by the Merritt's.
    • Merritt murder case, 1910

    • Merritt murder case, 1910
    • Photograph of the rear of the house on the property of Daniel C. Merritt in North Castle (Armonk), where his son John Merritt shot and killed Fred Pasquale with a shot gun on November 18, 1910.
    • John Merritt shot and killed Fred Pasquale with a shot gun near his father's residence after a dispute regarding the well being of Bertha Brower, a young woman being kept in servitude by the Merritt's.
    • Merritt murder case, 1910

    • Merritt murder case, 1910
    • Photograph of the front facade of the house on the property of Daniel C. Merritt in North Castle (Armonk), where his son John Merritt shot and killed Fred Pasquale with a shot gun on November 18, 1910. Two investigators can be seen on the second...
    • John Merritt shot and killed Fred Pasquale with a shot gun near his father's residence after a dispute regarding the well being of Bertha Brower, a young woman being kept in servitude by the Merritt's.
    • McReynolds forgery case, 1929

    • McReynolds forgery case, 1929
    • The wallet of Margaret Egan, the victim from whom checks were stolen, which Harvey McReynolds fraudulently attempted to cash. The contents included business cards for beauty salons on New York's Upper East Side, and a guide to the New York City...
    • Harvey McReynolds, a young man from Iowa, was charged with forgery for endorsing and attempting to cash two checks made out to Margaret Egan for a total of $20.00. His sentence was suspended due to his psychological impairment, and predicated upon...
    • Waekish assault case, 1925

    • Waekish assault case, 1925
    • Photograph of the automobile shot at by George Waekish on Gesner Place in North Tarrytown (now Sleepy Hollow), N.Y. Several bullet holes are visible in the back of the vehicle.
    • George Waekish was indicted for assault in April 1925 for shooting a loaded revolver at the vehicle carrying Anne Kolarak. The incident occurred on Gesner Place in North Tarrytown (now Sleepy Hollow), N.Y.
    • Gilligan perjury case, 1908

    • Gilligan perjury case, 1908
    • Photo folder with 5 small portraits. Two of the defendant James B. Gilligan with witness Mabel Vanderbilt and three of witness Mabel Vanderbilt
    • James B. Gilligan testified in his trial for Grand Larceny (stealing clothes from his employer) in May 1908 that he did not know Mabel Vanderbilt except in passing, although she is the woman who recovered the clothes and returned them to...
    • Austin murder case, 1909

    • Austin murder case, 1909
    • Photograph of the interior second floor corridor of Mrs. Parroway's boarding house on Palmer Avenue in Mamaroneck, N.Y. Mrs. Gough is sitting on the floor in her former room from where she witnessed Samuel Austin shoot his wife Irene.
    • Samuel Austin, a Team Driver in Mamaroneck, shot and killed his wife Irene in the house (a boarding house) of Mrs. Parroway on Palmer Avenue in Mamaroneck on September 4, 1909. The day prior to her death his wife Irene Austin, Mrs. Parroway and...
    • Delameter assault case, 1913

    • Delameter assault case, 1913
    • View looking west on Water Street in Peekskill, N.Y. toward the railroad tracks and the Hudson River beyond. Notes and marks indicate photograph is "Peop Ex 2" (people's exhibit 2) in evidence for the trial.
    • Willis Delameter ran a "Marine Repair" shop located on the Hudson River in Peekskill, N.Y. He assaulted Jeremiah Kennedy, an employee of the New York Central Railroad, with a lead pipe on the evening of December 6, 1913 as Kennedy ventured near the...
    • Delameter assault case, 1913

    • Delameter assault case, 1913
    • View looking west toward the Hudson River across the New York Central railway tracks near Delameter Marine repair shop in Peekskill, N.Y. Note on front of photograph specifies "Peop. Ex 1" (people's exhibit 1) in evidence for the trial.
    • Willis Delameter ran a "Marine Repair" shop located on the Hudson River in Peekskill, N.Y. He assaulted Jeremiah Kennedy, an employee of the New York Central Railroad, with a lead pipe on the evening of December 6, 1913 as Kennedy ventured near the...
    • Delameter assault case, 1913

    • Delameter assault case, 1913
    • View looking west on Water Street in Peekskill, N.Y. toward the railroad tracks and the Hudson River beyond it. Notes on back of photograph indicate location and describe the railroad gates in the distance.
    • Willis Delameter ran a "Marine Repair" shop located on the Hudson River in Peekskill, N.Y. He assaulted Jeremiah Kennedy, an employee of the New York Central Railroad, with a lead pipe on the evening of December 6, 1913 as Kennedy ventured near the...
    • Austin murder case, 1909

    • Austin murder case, 1909
    • Photograph of the exterior of Mrs. Parroway's boarding house on Palmer Avenue in Mamaroneck, N.Y. where Samuel Austin murdered his wife Irene. An unidentified man stands outside the house, and an "X" marks the window of Mrs. Austin's room.
    • Samuel Austin, a Team Driver in Mamaroneck, shot and killed his wife Irene in the house (a boarding house) of Mrs. Parroway on Palmer Avenue in Mamaroneck on September 4, 1909. The day prior to her death his wife Irene Austin, Mrs. Parroway and...
    • Delameter assault case, 1913

    • Delameter assault case, 1913
    • County Court Grand Jury indictment defining the case against Willis Delameter in the assault of Jeremiah Kennedy on December 6, 1913.
    • Willis Delameter ran a "Marine Repair" shop located on the Hudson River in Peekskill, N.Y. He assaulted Jeremiah Kennedy, an employee of the New York Central Railroad, with a lead pipe on the evening of December 6, 1913 as Kennedy ventured near the...
    • Austin murder case, 1909

    • Austin murder case, 1909
    • Letter from Sing Sing Prison Warden Jesse Frost to District Attorney Francis Winslow inviting him to witness the execution of Samuel Austin on January 3, 1911
    • Samuel Austin, a Team Driver in Mamaroneck, shot and killed his wife Irene in the house (a boarding house) of Mrs. Parroway on Palmer Avenue in Mamaroneck on September 4, 1909. The day prior to her death his wife Irene Austin, Mrs. Parroway and...
    • Austin murder case, 1909

    • Austin murder case, 1909
    • Letter from Attorney Edward Scott representing Samuel Austin, to District Attorney Francis Winslow regarding the victim's, Mrs. Irene Austin's, life insurance policy.
    • Samuel Austin, a Team Driver in Mamaroneck, shot and killed his wife Irene in the house (a boarding house) of Mrs. Parroway on Palmer Avenue in Mamaroneck on September 4, 1909. The day prior to her death his wife Irene Austin, Mrs. Parroway and...
    • Austin murder case, 1909

    • Austin murder case, 1909
    • Testimony from a coroner's inquest of Mrs. Gabriel Gough to the Coroner regarding the murder of Irene Austin by her husband Samuel Austin on September 4, 1909 at the boarding house where the women lived, owned by Mrs. Parroway in Mamaroneck, N.Y.
    • Samuel Austin, a Team Driver in Mamaroneck, shot and killed his wife Irene in the house (a boarding house) of Mrs. Parroway on Palmer Avenue in Mamaroneck on September 4, 1909. The day prior to her death his wife Irene Austin, Mrs. Parroway and...
    • Austin murder case, 1909

    • Austin murder case, 1909
    • Photograph of the exterior of Mrs. Parroway's boarding house on Palmer Avenue in Mamaroneck, N.Y. where Samuel Austin murdered his wife Irene.
    • Samuel Austin, a Team Driver in Mamaroneck, shot and killed his wife Irene in the house (a boarding house) of Mrs. Parroway on Palmer Avenue in Mamaroneck on September 4, 1909. The day prior to her death his wife Irene Austin, Mrs. Parroway and...

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