Hatchet, April 2004, #2


April 2004, Vol. 1, No. 2, Issue #2. Contents include a thorough study of the film career of Nance O’Neil, a story about Lizzie Borden’s FBI file, an analysis of the Bertha Manchester murder and its impact on the jury in the Borden case, a photographic study of the Handleless Hatchet, an interview with prosecutor James Gentry, part one of the photographic essay of 92 Second Street, and a biographical examination of Governor George Robinson.


The Hatchet: Journal of Lizzie Borden & Victoria America. April 2004, Volume 1, No. 2, Issue #2. 88 pages.

Features include: “The Many Faces of Nance” — by William Schley-Ulrich; “Lizzie Borden and the FBI” — by Harry Widdows; “Exploding a Myth: The Manchester Connection” — by Diana Griffiths; “The Handleless Hatchet Revisited” — by Stefani Koorey, Ph.D.; “In the Loft with Lizzie” (poem) — by Mary Elizabeth Naugle; “The Borden House Frame by Frame, Part 1” — by Kat Koorey; “Interview with Prosecutor James Gentry”; “The Elusive Dr. Bowen” — by Katherine Marsh; “Household Hints & the Borden Case” — by Mary Elizabeth Naugle; “Dear Abby” — by Sherry Chapman;   “Denise Noe’s Lizzie Whittling: Who was Governor Robinson”; and “Borden Limericks” — by Sherry Chapman.

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