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Newsclipping "Patrick demands either his freedom or the electric chair"

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Title: Newsclipping "Patrick demands either his freedom or the electric chair"
Author: New York City Evening Journal
Description: Clipping from the New York City Evening Journal, pasted into 1906-1907 scrapbook regarding the William Marsh Rice murder trial and sentencing of A.T. Patrick. Photo engraving features A.T. Patrick and his wife with a noose around them both which has been cut by a knife, which reads "Commutation of Sentence". Caption reads "Patrick and his faithful wife, who helped to cut the cord that bound him to the death chair."
Subject: Patrick, Albert T., 1865-1940
William M. Rice Institute
Rice University--History
Citation: "Newsclipping "Patrick demands either his freedom or the electric chair"," November 27, 1906. Rice University, http://hdl.handle.net/1911/63447.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1911/63447
Date: 1906-11-27

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