November 2014 Issue Contents
"In the early morning hours of Sunday July 12, 1936, a muffled plea for help came across Washington D.C. area phone lines. Hearing the faint desperate request, a quick acting switchboard operator called the police, summoning them to an apartment building located at 1230 New Hampshire Avenue. Responders accustomed to the otherwise shocking images of crimes and injuries were in for a very extraordinary situation when they arrived..."
7 pages with 5 photographs
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