Hatchet, June 2004, #3


June 2004, Vol. 1, No. 3, Issue #3. Contents include a genealogical study of John Morse, an analysis of Charles Cook’s loyalty to Lizzie Borden, a piece on Orinton M. Hanscom, part two of a photographic essay on 92 Second Street, an examination of Lizzie Borden in film and television, a first-person story by a woman who personally knew Ruby Cameron, and a journal of a visit to Hastings, Iowa, the home of John Morse.


The Hatchet: Journal of Lizzie Borden & Victoria America. June 2004, Volume 1, No. 3, Issue #3. 68 pages.

Features include: “The Elusive John Morse” — by Glen “Joe” Carlson; “Where the Bread was Buttered: Charles C. Cook’s Loyalty to Lizzie Borden” — by T.K. Rouse; “Spotlight on Orinton M. Hanscom” — by Harry Widdows; “Lizzie Quizzie” — by Sherry Chapman; “Why I’m Leaving Maplecroft” (poem) — by Mary Elizabeth Naugle; “The Borden House Frame by Frame, Part 2” — by Kat Koorey; “Knowing Ruby” — by Gramma; “Hastings, Iowa, May 2004” — by Audrey Martin; “Dear Abby” — by Sherry Chapman;   “Denise Noe’s Lizzie Whittling: Lizzie in Film and Television”; and “92 Seconds: Lizzie Borden Slept Here” — by Mary Elizabeth Naugle.

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