Murder, Conspiracy, Forgery. Patrick and Jones, charged with gigantic crime, Face the Law; newsclipping
Relates to the murder of William Marsh Rice, founder of the Rice Institute, later known as Rice University.
Color newsclipping dated on Friday, October 5, 1900 from the New York Journal. Page 1 headline reads "Patrick and Jones, charged with gigantic crime, face the law. Deep laid plot to get $10,000,000 stake. Murder, Conspiracy, Forgery." Page 2 headline reads "$10,000,000 at stake in Rice Murder: Rich old man kept a prisoner in his home for months by conspirators that plotted to gain his fortune at the cost of his life." Original resource are color scan pictures.
Key Documents; Rice University--History; New York journal (New York, N.Y. : 1809); Rice, William Marsh, 1816-1900--Death and burial; Trials (Murder)--New York--New York
Citable link to this pagehttps://hdl.handle.net/1911/71065
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