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."
"Newsclipping "Patrick demands either his freedom or the electric chair"." (1906): http://hdl.handle.net/1911/63447.
Key Documents; Patrick, Albert T., 1865-1940; William M. Rice Institute; Rice University--History
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