The Resource On the seamy side of the street : colorful characters from Broome County's history, by Gerald R. Smith and George Basler

On the seamy side of the street : colorful characters from Broome County's history, by Gerald R. Smith and George Basler

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On the seamy side of the street : colorful characters from Broome County's history
Title
On the seamy side of the street
Title remainder
colorful characters from Broome County's history
Statement of responsibility
by Gerald R. Smith and George Basler
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
On the seamy side of the street : colorful characters from Broome County's history, by Gerald R. Smith and George Basler
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Forward -- Introduction -- Emerging from the frontier: Binghamton and Broome County in the nineteenth century -- There's a sucker born every minute: George Hull -- "The incarnation of all that is wicked:" Edward H. Rulloff -- Did he or didn't he: Thomas Crocker, Sherman Phelps and the election of 1872 -- Dandy, developer, and man of mystery: Walton Dwight -- A mystery unsolved: Ogarita Henderson and John Wilkes Booth -- Becoming an industrial behemoth: Binghamton and Broome County in the twentieth century -- A tale of broken trust, broken dreams and the turbulent 1920's: Andrew J. Horvatt -- The mayor and the madam: Charlie Kress' colorful era -- The prince of Clinton Street: Masty Huba -- Hidden stories and idiosyncrasies -- Murder, mayhem and tragedy
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
146 p.
Other physical details
ill., ports.
Label
On the seamy side of the street : colorful characters from Broome County's history, by Gerald R. Smith and George Basler
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Forward -- Introduction -- Emerging from the frontier: Binghamton and Broome County in the nineteenth century -- There's a sucker born every minute: George Hull -- "The incarnation of all that is wicked:" Edward H. Rulloff -- Did he or didn't he: Thomas Crocker, Sherman Phelps and the election of 1872 -- Dandy, developer, and man of mystery: Walton Dwight -- A mystery unsolved: Ogarita Henderson and John Wilkes Booth -- Becoming an industrial behemoth: Binghamton and Broome County in the twentieth century -- A tale of broken trust, broken dreams and the turbulent 1920's: Andrew J. Horvatt -- The mayor and the madam: Charlie Kress' colorful era -- The prince of Clinton Street: Masty Huba -- Hidden stories and idiosyncrasies -- Murder, mayhem and tragedy
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
146 p.
Other physical details
ill., ports.

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