Monday, October 22, 2018

Dope and duplicity in 1930s Albany

November 2018 issue contents
Features

Dope and duplicity in 1930s Albany

By Ellen Poulsen

Anna Antonio
Struggling against the pain and weakness that resulted from his many wounds, he pulled himself to the top of the roadside ravine and onto the dark two-way highway between Albany and Hudson, New York. The bloody and prostrate hitchhiker, appearing to be the victim of a gangland hit, was observed and picked up by some on-the-road college students, who took him to Albany’s Memorial Hospital...

Eight pages including eleven images and a half page of notes.

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