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Features

Columns

Dressed To The Nines!

pg. 6

The Well Dressed Criminal

The Future of Memories!

pg. 72

Appealing Subjects!

pg. 36

In2Genealogy!

pg. 49

Penelope Dreadful!

pg. 54

The Healing Brush !

pg. 76!

iAncestor!

pg. 84

ArtiFacts!

pg. 90

Build A Family Journal

Bonnie & Clyde

The Holy Grail

Courtroom Drama Dreadful To Behold

Windows To The Past

Put The Cub Reporter On The Story

The Killer Fingerprints

Rats!

pg. 16

The Father Of The Mug Shot

pg. 26

The Modern Detective

pg. 30

Police Photography

pg. 32

Photographer As Con Man The Detective Camera The Black Maria A Photograph

pg. 38 pg. 43 pg. 44 pg. 60

Hidden Diamonds Bertillon

Pinkerton Hold Still

Commemorating Murder

In Every Issue From My Keyboard

pg. 5

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In  1907,   twenty  year   old  Annie  Cooperstein   was  employed  as   a   domestic   in   the   home   of   Thomas   Simon,   a   shirtwaist   manufacturer  in  New  York  City.   In  May  of  that  year,  jewelry  disappeared  from   the  Simon  home   and  its  loss  was  reported   to   the  police.   Annie,   who   had   only   been  employed  for   a  week,    was  questioned  by  Lt.   Andrew   J.   McNulty   of   the   West   125th   Street   Station.   She   claimed   to   know   nothing  of  the   missing   jewels.  A  claim   McNulty  did  not   believe. Later   than  night,  Annie  told  her  employer  she  needed  to  see   a   physician   and   left   the   residence,   only   to   be   arrested   just   outside   the   door.   McNulty   had   been   waiting   and   with   the   assistance  of   Mrs.   Simon   searched  young   Annie.   They   found   nothing.   McNulty   then   asked   Annie   to   let   down   her   hair.   Cleverly   concealed   in   her   rat,   in   an  old   stocking,   were  three   gold   rings,   three   gold   plated   rings,   a   gold   watch   set   with   diamonds,   a   half   dozen   stick   pins,   and   a   diamond   starburst   valued  at  $25,000.   “That   feels   better,”   said   the  unrepentant   maid.   “My   head  has   been  top  heavy  for  the  last  two  days.  But  my,   I  never  thought   you  would  search  the  rat!”  New  York  World,  1907.


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After   “running   and   hiding   from   every   American   lawman's   gun,”   according   to   historian   Georgie   Fame   TAP/SELECT,     Bonnie   and   Clyde   “advanced  their   reputation  and   made   their   graduation  into  the  banking  business.” A   likely-­‐not-­‐apocryphal   description   of   a   Barrow   gang   operation   is   characterized   thus   by   Professor  Fame:  

“Reach  for  the  sky,”  sweet-­‐talking  Clyde  would  holler

 

As  Bonnie  loaded  dollars  

 

into  a  dewlap  bag.  

How   much  Bonnie  contributed   to  the  smoothness   of  the   Barrow   operation   is  not  clear.   But   she   had   the   public's   attention.   Indeed,   she   had   the   public’s   affection   as   well.   In   the   Depression  era,  anybody  who  could  “stick   it  to”  the  banks  was     a  hero  to  a  great     number   of   Americans. The   gang   was   constantly   a   step   ahead   of   law  

The Joplin, Mo., hideout where the gang almost was captured in April, 1933.

enforcement.   However,   they  had  a   close   call   at   Joplin,   Missouri,   in   April,   1933.   They   had   hidden   out   in   a   rented   apartment   in   Joplin.   The   local     police   did   not   know   who   the   suspicious-­‐acting   group  were,   but   organized   a   small   raid   on   the   apartment.   After   a   gun_ight,   the   gang   got   away.   When   the   police   entered   the   apartment   from   which   the   gang   had   _led,   they   found   a   treasure   trove   of   evidence,   including   a   number   of   photographs.   They   also  discovered  poems,  stories,  and  other  writings  by  Bonnie  Parker. The  Joplin  photographs   are   the  most   often  displayed  photos  of     the    Barrow   gang  (other   than  mugshots).  In  fact,   it  was  through  the  Joplin  photographs  that  most  of  the  nation  _irst   came  to  see  the  faces  of  the  gang.   Social  historian  Georgie  Fame  characterizes  the  essence  of  Bonnie's  writings  as  follows:

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The posse that killed Bonnie and Clyde. (Standing: Ted Hinton, Dallas County Sheriff's Office; Prentiss M. Oakley, Bienville Parish (La.) Sheriff's Office; B.M. "Manny" Gault, retired Texas Ranger. Seated: Bob Alcorn, Dallas County Sheriff's Office; Henderson Jordan, Bienville Parish Sheriff's Office; and Frank Hamer, retired Texas Ranger and leader of the "Bonnie & Clyde Task Force."


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“ONE CAN ONLY SEE WHAT ONE OBSERVES, AND ONE OBSERVES ONLY THINGS WHICH ARE ALREADY IN THE MIND”   ALPHONSE BERTILLON Alphonse   Bertillon   was   born   in   Paris,  

In  1888,  Bertillon  standardized  the  process    

France,   in  1853,   the  son  of  a   physician.   He  

of  the   photograph  used  as   a  mug  shot  into  

graduated  from  the  University  of  Paris  with  

two     parts,   a   front     view   and  a  side   view.  

high   honors   in   the   study   of   anthropology  

Prior   to   Bertillon’s   system,   photographs  

and  statistics.

w e r e   c o m p l i m e n t e d   w i t h   v a g u e  

In   1878,   Bertillon   was   employed   as   a   records  clerk  for  the  Paris   Police.  There  he   spent   seven   years   developing   a   m e t h o d  

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descriptions  having  no  structure.   The  fact   a   description   could   be   different   depending   on  the  author  made  them   highly  unreliable.   In  the   _irst   year   of  use   in   Paris,   49  

c r i m i n a l  

identi_ication   through  the   use   of   anthropometry;   it   was   called   the   Bertillon   System.   The   system   required   the   measurement   of   the   width  

individuals   were   recognized   as  

A typical mug shot is two-part, with one sideview photo, and one front-view.

and   length   of   the   head;   the   length   of   the   left,   middle   and   little  

habitual   criminals   with   741   identi_ied  by  1885. In   1887,   R.W.   McClaughry,   Warden   of   the   Illinois   State   Penitentiary   at   Joliet   introduced  

the   Bertillon   System   in   the   United  

_ingers,  the  length  of  the  left  foot,   forearm,  

States.   McClaughry   was   also   the   secretary  

and  right   ear;   the  height  of  the   individual;  

of   a   newly   formed   Warden’s   Association  

and  the   measurement   of   the   person  while  

who   urged   its  member  Wardens  and  Chiefs  

seated   from   the   bench   to   the   top   of   the  

of   Police   to   adopt   the   system.   It   became  

head.   Other   identifying   characteristics  

quickly   and   widely   accepted.   The   Bertillon  

included,   birthmarks,   scars,   eye   and   hair  

system  continued  as  the  dominant  criminal  

color,   and  a  description  of  the  nose.   Before  

identi_ication  method  in  the  U.S.  for  almost  

that   time,   criminals   could   only   be  

three  decades.    

identi_ied  by  name  or  photograph.

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Portrait of Allan Pinkerton (1819 - 1884)


INSPECTOR’S MODEL From Professional Criminal of America Thomas Byrnes 1886

INSPECTOR’S MODEL Replaced the detective with the photographer Darkness & Daylight Thomas Byrnes 1893


Police Photography AKA CELL-FIES Police   photography   is   almost   as  old   as  photography  itself.  One  of  the  _irst  mentions   is  in   a   British  photography   magazine  where   it  discussed  photographs  being   taken  of  bodies   found   _loating  in  the  Thames.  The  photographs  were  shown  to  the  families  for  identi_ication. In   1846   Mathew   Brady   photographed   prisoners   in   New   York   City’s   Blackwell’s   Island   prison.   The  daguerrotype  images   were  published   in  The  Rational  of  Crime,  a  phrenological   reformist  publication    in  that  same  year. Switzerland  was  the   _irst  country  to  mention  crime-­‐scene  photography  as  early   as  1860.  By   the   1850s,   police   departments   such   as   San   Francisco’s   were   keeping   rogues’   gallery   collections  of  daguerreotypes  of  criminals  for  identi_ication.  Isaiah  Lees,  the   _irst  Captain  of   Detectives   in   the   San   Francisco   Police   Department,   used   his   own   money   to   pay   to   have   criminals   photographed.   Other   major   police   departments   were  soon   to   follow.   New   York,   London  1870,  and  Paris  1874. By   the   1880s   most   respectable   police   departments   and   private   agencies   such   as   Pinkerton’s  had  mug   shot  books.  In   1886  New  York  City  Police  Inspector  Thomas  F.   Byrnes   (pictured  opposite)  wrote   and   published  the  book   Professional  Criminals  of  America   _illed   with  rogues’  gallery  photographs  and  captions   describing   their  crimes.  Byrnes’  purpose  in   writing   the   book   was   to   suppress   criminal   activity   having   made   the   criminals   widely   known.  Unfortunately,  the  criminals  loved  their  notoriety.

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This ledger book contains inmate mug shots, ten sets of front and profile on each page. Courtesy Eastern State Penitentiary.

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The   Detective Camera The   term   “detective   camera”   denoted   any   camera   which   was   designed   to   look   like   something  else   or   was  small  enough  to   be  used  in  public  without  the  subject  being  aware   that  he  or  she  was  being  photographed. Cameras  appeared  on  the  market   and  in  the   streets,  in  many  disguises.   They  took  the  form   of   binoculars,   watches,   purses,   parcels,   walking   sticks,   revolvers   and  ri_les,   alarm   clocks,   and  spyglasses.   The  Scovill  &  Adams  Company   manufactured  the  Book  Camera  of  1892.  It  was  disguised  as   a  bundle  of  three  schoolbooks,  titled,  French,  Latin  and  Shadows. Some  of   the  most  popular   types  of  detective  cameras   were  hidden  in   clothing  (Edmund  &   Leon  Bloch’s   Photo-­‐Cravate),   a   string  from  the   shutter  was  pulled  in  the   pocket  in  order  to   take   the   photograph.   Paul   Martin,   a   famous   photographer   of   the   1890s,   used   a   Facile   camera  which  was  manufactured  to   look  like   a  parcel  tied  with  string;   it  was   operated  by   carrying  it  under  one  arm. People   at   once   jumped   to   the   conclusion   that   every   policeman  would  carry  a  detective  camera,  and  would  make   crime   almost   impossible   by   its   vigilant  operation.   We   now   know  that  this  is  all   moonshine,  and  that  to  obtain  a  picture   of   a   man   who   does   not   parade   in   public   more   than   necessity   compels   is   a   very   dif_icult   matter   indeed.   The   Photographic  News,  1835.

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The  County  Court  had  appropriated  $10,500  for  the  building   site  on  North  Folger  Street  and   that   amount   included   the   construction   costs.   The   ease   with   which   the   old   jail   could   be   broken   into,   prisoner   escapes,   and   the   extreme   unsanitary   conditions   prompted   the   appropriation. During  John   Hawkins’  time  as   Sheriff  in  1867,   someone   had  excavated  under   the   jail   and   removed   the  stones   from  underneath  the  vault   where  the  papers  of  the  County   Clerk  and   large  sums  of  money  belonging   to  the  County   were  kept.   The  thieves  were  a  few   days   late   and   $7,000   short,   the   money   having   been   deposited   in   the   bank   just   days   before.   Unfortunately,   the  Sheriff  had  kept  his  own  money   in  the   vault  and  sustained  a   large  loss.   The  County   had  learned  its  lesson  and  moved   to   correct   the  situation,   to  the  bene_it   of  the   newly  elected  Sheriff  Campbell. The   jail  had   been  built   with  the   Sheriff’s  living  quarters   included.   When  John   was  elected,   Sarah   was   elected   as   well,   for   it   was   expected   she   would   cook   the   meals   served   to   the   prisoners.  Sarah  was   very  fortunate,  for  as  of  March   12,   1881;  there  had  been  no  prisoners   and  no  meals.   In  an  article  in  the   Carroll  Record  the   editor  described  Carrollton  as  having   a   good  jail,  “for  which  we  have  at  present  no  use.” The   duties  of  the  Sheriff  in   Carrollton  in  1880  were  many  and  varied.  The   Sheriff  paid  the   bills   for   all   court   related   expenses,   maintained   the   jail,   transported   the   prisoners   to   the   courthouse,   and   conducted   Sheriff’s   sales.   The   sheriff   was   paid   a   _lat   fee   for   individual   portions  of  the  work  and  a  percentage  of  the  civil  cases  and  sales. John  Campbell’s  job  wasn’t   all  paperwork.  Carrollton   was  still  in  its  infancy  and   this  part   of   Missouri   was   considered  the  West,   the  edge  of  the  frontier.   It   had  its   fair  share  of   murder   and  manslaughter.   During  his  term  as  Sheriff  it  fell  to  John  and  his  men   to  apprehend   them.   A   man  named  Alex  Powell   was  wanted  for   murder  and  had  been  spotted  in  Mandeville.  John   went  out   to   _ind  him   and   Cousin  Will   Graham  gave  an  account  of  the  arrest   to   Frank  Tull.   This  is  the  story  as  it  was  recorded  in  the  Campbell  –  Graham  Manuscript: “I  remember   when  your   grandfather,   John   Campbell   came   to   Mandeville   to   arrest  Alex   Powell.   Cousin   John  Campbell   was  Sheriff  of   Carroll   County  and   came  right  over   there  to   the  house  where  I   live   now   and  asked  my   father   if  

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The email exchange that followed the discovery of John Campbellâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s photograph.

When I received your email this morning I must admit I cried. I have searched for so long in so many places for this photograph. From historical societies to state archives, the Sheriff's historian for Carroll County, and trips to Montana and Missouri. And now the journey is almost over. It's rather emotional. Particularly for my Aunt who is the only living child of Otey Campbell, Johnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s grandson. She has always wondered. And now she will know. Thank you so very much! - Linda Your beautiful flowers came this morning in a darling teapot. Soon after a dear friend stopped by to bring me a book that her sister-in-law has written. She was so taken with the flowers, and the book she took a photo with my I-pad.I decided that this would be my thank you note and you could see your lovely bouquet.I shall enjoy them so much. Just as a side note I am a sculptor, still working at 86. You can look up my web site www.sabratullmeyer.com. i am so happy that you were pleased with the photo. - Sabra

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DESTRUCTIVE COMBATIVE VINDICTIVE

when  her  days   had  ceased   to   hold  any  joy  

told   in   the   courtroom   that   Mr.   Muybridge  

and  be  _illed,  instead,  with  fear?

suffered  severe  head  trauma   when  thrown  

  From  my  vantage  point,   I   also  viewed  quite  

from   the  stagecoach,   striking   his  head  on   a  

clearly   the   careful   exhibits   presented   by   t h e   d e f e n s e ,   m o s t   e s p e c i a l l y   t h e   phrenological   model   displayed   by   Prof.   Klumpig  Kopf,   world-­‐renown  expert  in  this   scienti_ic   _ield.   Readers   may   remember   a  

rock   as   he   fell.   He   was   unable   to   hear   for   months   and   can   only   do   so   now   within   a   certain   range.   Does   this   not   sound   like   damage   to   the   skull   and   that  fragile   organ   within,  the  brain?

previous  essay  on  the  merits  of  Phrenology  

  Perhaps   it   was   the   Professor’s   foreign  

(see   “Penny’s   Dreadful   Secrets,   Unlocking  

tongue,   or  perhaps   some   misguided   sense  

the   Clues   in   Old   Photographs”   in   Shades  

of  propriety  that  convinced  jurors  it  would  

Magazine,   Golden   Rule   Days   2013).   Look  

be  an  injustice   to   acquit  Mr.   Muybridge   on  

closely,  Dear  Reader,  at  the  area   of  the  skull  

grounds   of   “insanity,”   for   truly   insane   he  

behind  the  auditory   ori_ice,   where   clues  to  

became   after   his   horrible   accident.  

the  “Destructive  Propensities”  lie.  We  were  

Whatever   the   reason,   the   defendant   can  

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Further Reading The Inventor and the Tycoon: A Gilded Age Murder and the Birth of Moving Pictures by Edward Ball From the National Book Award-winning author of Slaves in the Family, a riveting true life/true crime narrative of the partnership between the murderer who invented the movies and the robber baron who built the railroads.

AMAZON THE LIBRARY

One hundred and thirty years ago Eadweard Muybridge invented stop-motion photography, anticipating and making possible motion pictures. He was the first to capture time and play it back for an audience, giving birth to visual media and screen entertainments of all kinds. Yet the artist and inventor Muybridge was also a murderer who killed coolly and meticulously, and his trial is one of the early instances of a media sensation. His patron was railroad tycoon (and former California governor) Leland Stanford, whose particular obsession was whether four hooves of a running horse ever left the ground at once. Stanford hired Muybridge and his camera to answer that question. And between them, the murderer and the railroad mogul launched the age of visual media. Set in California during its frontier decades, The Tycoon and the Inventor interweaves Muybridge's quest to unlock the secrets of motion through photography, an obsessive murder plot, and the peculiar partnership of an eccentric inventor and a driven entrepreneur. A tale from the great American West, this popular history unspools a story of passion, wealth, and sinister ingenuity. Description and bookcover courtesy Amazon.

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Mamie  Kelly Mary  Elizabeth  Kelly   First  Communion Photograph  ca.  1885


A  Photograph

commemorating murder You  never  know  when  you  research  an  old  photograph  where  it  will  take  you. THE  MURDER The   young   girl   in   this   typical   _irst   communion   photograph   is   Mary   (Mamie)   Elizabeth  Kelly.   She   was   thirteen   years  old   and   a   student   in   Mrs.   Armstrong's   eighth   grade   class  at   John  Swett  Grammar   School   on   McAllister   street   near   Gough   in   San   Francisco,   California.   She   was   a   thirteen   year  old  in  1886,   a  child.   Very   much   more   naive   and  immature  than  the  thirteen  year   olds  of  today. On   10   November,   at   approximately   3pm   Mamie   was   dismissed   from   school   and   started   walking   home   with   Eveline   Kelly   (no   relation)  one  of  her  classmates.   Mamie   was   wearing   a   red   dress   with   a   checked   apron  and  a  wide   brimmed  straw  hat  with   a  dash  of  red  ribbon  wound  around  it.   Her   brown   hair   was   in   the   typical   school   girl   fashion   of   the   day,   pushed   back   from   her   face   with   a   circular   comb   falling   into   a  

braid   over   her   shoulder.   She   carried   a   wicker-­‐work   lunch   basket   and   her   school   books. The   two   young   girls   arrived   at   the   corner   of   Polk   and   McAllister   streets   at   about   3.15pm   where   Mamie   was   approached   by   19  year  old   Alex  Goldenson,   who   called  to   Mamie.  Mamie  told  Eve  she  would  see  what   he  wanted.   Mamie  walked   down   Ash  with   Goldenson,   Eve   waited   for   her   at   the   corner. On  the  northeast  corner  of   Polk   street  and   Ash  Avenue,   directly   in  front  of   the  grocery   store   on   Polk,   Mamie   and   Goldenson   stopped   to   talk.   After   a   few   moments   Goldenson   pulled   a   gun   from   his   pocket,   yelled  "Take  that   and   go,"  and   shot   Mamie   just   above  the  right  eye  at  very  close  range.   Mamie   dropped   to   the   ground   quivering   and   died   instantly   from   the   bullet   that   pierced   her   brain.   Upon   hearing   the  

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gunshot   Eve  turned,   saw  Mamie  fall   to   the  

with   powder   burns.   A   stream   of   blood  

ground,  panicked  and  ran  home.

poured   out   from   the   bullet   wound   immediately   over   her  right  eye  and  formed  

John  Stanton  also  heard  the  shot.   He  was   a  

a  muddy  course  down  the   sloping  sidewalk  

wagon   driver   for   a   Contra   Costa   Laundry  

to  the  gutter.

and   had   been   driving   down   Polk.   He   saw   the  gun,  heard  the  shot,  and  saw  Goldenson   run  down  Ash  street  toward  Larkin.

The   police   arrived   and   Mamie's   body   was   loaded   into   the   wagon   and   taken   to   the   Morgue.   A   large   crowd   followed   the  

Stanton  leaped  from   the  wagon  and  started  

Morgue   wagon   and   remained   outside   the  

in  pursuit,  chasing  Goldenson  into  the   new  

building   the   entire   time  Mamie's   body   was  

City   Hall   grounds.   During   the   chase  

kept  there.

Goldenson   threw   the   gun   into   a   hedge   outside   the   police   station.   Running   inside  

THE  VICTIM  AND  THE  MURDERER

the   police   station   to   the   desk   sergeant,  

Mamie  was  a   rather  pretty   young  girl  about  

Police   Of_icer   John   C.   Ayers,   Goldenson  

5'   3"   tall   with   brown   hair   and   dainty  

confessed   saying,   "I   killed   her.   I   killed   my  

features.   Seven   years   before   her   father  

girl.  They're  going  to  lynch  me."

John  Kelly  died  and  her  mother,   Kate,   went   to   work  as  a   domestic  in  the  household  of  J.  

Goldenson   turned   around   to   Stanton   who  

Baum   at   1111   Van   Ness   Avenue.   Mamie  

was   directly   on   his   heels  and   asked,   "Didn't  

lived  with  her   Grandmother,  Dora  Sweeney,  

I?"   Stanton   answered,   "Yes."   Stanton   then  

her   mother's   sister,   Maggie   Sweeney,   her  

asked   him  why  he  had  shot  her.  Goldenson  

Uncle  Anthony  Sweeney,   and  a   grand  uncle  

replied,   "Because  I   couldn't  get  rid  of  her."  

at   22  Hayes   Street.   She   was   the   darling   of  

Goldenson  was  taken  into  custody,  the  gun  

the  household  and  the  entire  neighborhood  

was  found.

for  that  matter.  Mamie's  mother  visited  two  

A   large   crowd,   including   many   of   her   school   mates   had   gathered   around   the   body   of   Mamie.   The   wide   brimmed   straw  

or   three   times  a  week  for  an  hour  or  so  and   had   seen   Mamie   the   Sunday   before   her   murder.

hat  with   the  dash   of   red  ribbon,  her   wicker  

Mamie's   teacher  and  all   the  neighbors  and  

lunch   basket   and   her   school   books   lay  

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behaved   ladylike   young   woman   who  

The  relationship  of  the   two  to   each  other  is  

obeyed  her  family.

far   more   complicated.   Mamie   may   indeed  

Aleck's   story   is   quite   different.   Alexander   Goldenson   was   the   son   of   Marcus   and   Rebecca   Goldenson.   He   lived   with   his   parents,   brother   Abraham   and   sister   Rachel.  The  Goldenson  family  were  Russian  

have  had  a  school   girl   crush  on  Goldenson   in  the   beginning,   but   that  relationship  was   squelched   by   both   her   mother   and   her   grandmother   in   direct   contact   with   Goldenson's  mother.

Jews   having   immigrated   to   the   United  

Mamie   had   spoken   to   her   family   about  

States   from   Mariampol,   province   of  

threats   that   Goldenson   had   made   to   her  

Sonvalki,   Russian   Poland.   In   1884   the  

and  her  family  did  not   care  for   him   or   his  

Goldenson   family   had   moved   from   444  

conduct.   They   watched   him   carefully.   He  

Ninth   Street   to   Silver   Street   in   San  

maintained   that   Mamie   was   infatuated  

Francisco,  then  to  24  1/2  Hayes   Street  next  

with   him,   was   intimate   with   him,   wrote  

to  Mamie  Kelly's  family.

him   notes,  followed   him   and  was  jealous  of  

Goldenson   had   exhibited   some   artistic  

his  relationships  with  women.

talent   and   had   been   a   student   at   the   Art  

On   the   day   of   her   murder   Goldenson   said  

School   in   San   Francisco,   but   had   been  

he  received  a  letter  from   Mamie   and  wrote  

e x p e l l e d   f o r   b e i n g   " t r o u b l e s o m e ,  

her   a  note;  that  he   was  thinking  about  her  

manifesting   a   profound   esteem  of  his  own  

as   he   and   his   friend   Jack   Gordon   went   to  

genius   and   scorning   and   refusing   to   heed  

the  grocery  store  on  Polk  to  drink   beer.   He  

the   directions   of   his   instructors   in   the  

said   there   had   been   a   terrible   argument  

details  of  art."

between  them  and  that  she  had  called   him  

He  had  been  in  prison  several  times   before   on   various   charges   of   misdemeanor   drunkenness   and   violating   the   Eight   o'clock   order.   June   23   of   1885   he   was   convicted   of   battery   upon   the   person   of   Westley  P.  Bean  and  was  _ined.

a   "Jew"  several   times.  That   he  had   shot  her   to   shut  her   up  and  that   she   had  died  with   his  note  in   her   hand.   None  of   the  witnesses   to   the   murder   saw   or   heard   any   of   the   things  Goldenson   claimed   and   there   was  no   mention  of  a  letter  being  found  on  her  body.

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Goldenson   produced   a   note   purportedly  

on   duty   on   the   street   to   protect   the  

written  by   Mamie  saying  she  loved  him  and  

Goldenson's   home   and   insure   some  

would   follow   him   until   she   died.   Mamie's  

measure   of   peace   for   the   Kelly   family  

teacher,   Mrs.   Armstrong,   compared   the  

stopped   the   women   and   removed   them  

writing   to   that   of   her   school   work   and  

from  the  premises.

testi\ied   that   it   did   not   appear   to   be   her   handwriting.   Mamie's   desk   at   school   was   searched   and   all   her   books   inspected.   No   mention   of   Goldenson   was   found.   Mamie's   girlfriends   testi\ied   that   she   had   never   spoken   of  Goldenson   and   Eve   Kelly   testi\ied   that  she   had   never  seen   him  before   the   day   of  the  murder.

Unfortunately   the   Goldenson   family   made   the   decision   to   move   from   their   home   on   Hayes   street   the   same   day   as   that   of   Mamie's   funeral.   Crowds   had   already   gathered   on   the   street   for   the   funeral;   as   the   family   attempted   to   move   their   possessions   they   were   attacked   and   their   furniture   smashed.   The   police   and   others  

Was   the   relationship   a   _igment   of  

intervened   allowing   calmer   heads   to  

Goldenson's  imagination?

prevail   and   the   Goldenson   family   was   allowed  to  leave.

THE  FUNERAL

Mamie's   funeral   was   held   at   St.   Joseph's  

November   11,   1886,   Mamie   Kelly's   body  

Church  on  Tenth  Street,   near  Howard.  Early  

was   transported   by   wagon   from   the  

that  morning,  as  her  body  left  her  home  on  

morgue   to   her   home   on  Hayes   Street.   Her  

Hayes  Street  for  the  last  time,  thousands   of  

funeral   was   scheduled   for   Saturday  

people  lined  the   street.  The   city's  collective  

morning,  November  13.  The  entire  city  was  

grief   was  evidenced  by  the  enormity   of  the  

preparing.

crowds   in   front   of   the   church   and   for   blocks   surrounding.   The   police   were   in  

The   night   before   the   funeral   several  

attendance   as   well,   but   fortunately   for   the  

women   had   rushed   the   Goldenson   home  

family  the  crowd  remained  orderly.

and   in   an   act   of   frustration   tore   shingles   from   the   house.   The   police   who   had   been  

The   cof_in   covered   in   white   _lowers   was   placed   in   the   front   of   the   church.   The  

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The   Coroner's   jury   returned   a   verdict  

On   the   morning   of   Mamie's   funeral,  

_inding   that   Goldenson   had   murdered  

Goldenson  was   arraigned  and   pleaded   not  

Mamie   Kelly   with   deliberation   and   malice  

guilty   to   the   charge   of   murder.   District  

aforethought   without   cause   and   charged  

Attorney  Wilson  said  he   would  be  ready  to  

him   with   a   "cold-­‐blooded   murder."  On   his  

proceed  to  trial  the  next   Monday.   Although  

way   to   the   jail   it   was   said   Goldenson  

the   defense   counseled   against   haste   the  

discussed   the   murder   in   a   cool   and  

Judge   set   the   trial   date   for   the   following  

collected   manner   stating   that   Mamie   was  

Monday.

annoying   and   he   couldn't   get   rid   of   her   without  killing   her.   Goldenson’s  perception   of   his   relationship   with  

Based   on   the   attempted   lynching   and   the   attitude   the   population   of   the   city   demonstrated  on  the   streets  

Mamie   would   change  

and   in   the   newspapers,  

during  his  time  in  jail.

IT WAS SWEET TO LOVE

At   the   same   time   the  

BUT OH! HOW BITTER,

requested  a  change  of  venue.  

Coroner's   inquest   was  

TO LOVE MY SWEETHEART

D e u p r e y,   G o l d e n s o n ' s  

being   conducted   the   Grand  Jury  was  indicting  

AND THEN TO KILL HER.

Goldman.   The   morning   o f   M a m i e ' s   f u n e r a l  

G o l d e n s o n' s   a t t o r n e y s  

attorney,   argued   that   "no   stronger  case   for  a  change  of   venue   was  ever  presented  to  

ALEXANDER GOLDENSON

Goldenson   was   in   court  

the   bar   in   view   of   all   the   surrounding   circumstances.  

being   arraigned.   This  was  the  beginning  of  

Judge   Murphy   denied   the   motion,   but  

Goldenson's   life   and   death   struggle   in   the  

during  the  impaneling  of  the  jury  it  looked  

San  Francisco  courts.

as  if  it  was   certainly  going   to  be  dif_icult  to  

His  attorneys  were   zealous  in  their  defense   of   the   young   man.   They   challenged   the   _indings   of   the   Coroner's   Inquest   and   the  

_ind   a   fair   and   impartial   jury.   Alex   Goldenson's   defense   to   the   murder   of   Mamie  Kelly  was  to  be  insanity.

Grand   Jury   indictment   on   technical   legal  

An   insanity   defense   is   always  dif_icult  and  

grounds.  Their  motions  were  all  denied.

in   this   case   was   impossible   given  the  time   constraints   and   the   attitudes   of   the   day.  

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again   pressured   the   Sheriff   for   an  

thought   it   was   wise   to   deny   the   tale  

invitation.  There  were  none  to  be  had.

especially   in  view   of  his  feelings   toward  the   dead   Mamie   Kelly.   "I   do   not   want   the  

Even   the   deputies   complained   that   they  

sincerity   and   the   devotion   of   my   love  

had  been  denied  their   usual   privilege   of  an  

toward  her   to   be   tarnished  by   the  faintest  

extra   invitation   or   two   for   friends.   They  

suspicion   that   I   am   ever   unfaithful   to   her  

said  they  could  have  easily  sold  the  card  for  

memory,"   he   said.   This   must   have   been  

$5,  but  in  truth  some  of  the  cards  were  sold  

such  a  comfort  to  Mamie's  family.

for  as  much  as  $50.

THE  HANGING

A   photographer   was   sent   to   the   jail   to   photograph  Goldenson  one  last  time.  Of  the  

Five  hundred  invitations  were  prepared  by  

two   the   photographer   was   far   more  

Sheriff  McMann  for  Goldenson's  execution.  

nervous.  

Plain  bits  of  cardboard  bordered  in  black   which  read: SHERIFF'S  OFFICE,  CITY   AND  COUNTY  OF  SAN   FRANCISCO  -­‐  Mr.  ______:  You   are  respectfully  invited  to  be   present  at  the  execution  of   Alexander  Goldenson  in  the   County  Jail-­‐yard,  on  Friday,   September  14,  1888,  at  12  M. William  McMann,  Sheriff. Present  this  at  the  door.  Not   transferable.

T h e   eve n i n g   b e fo re   h i s   exe c u t i o n   Goldenson   was   given   two   hours   to   visit   with   his   father  and  sister.   It  was  a   dif_icult   meeting   as   Goldenson   was   upset   over   the   fact  that  his  father  had   come  to   see   him   for   the   last   time   wearing   old   work   clothes.   It   angered   him  that  his   father  did  not   appear   to  be  better  dressed  for  their  last  meeting. His   mother   and   brothers   arrived   later   in   the  day  and  stayed  until  nine   o'clock.  When  

T h e   d e m a n d   f o r   i n v i t a t i o n s   w a s  

it   was   time   to   go   the   cries   and   moans   of  

unprecedented.   The  Sheriff  had  received  in  

Rebecca  could  be   heard  throughout  the  jail.  

excess   of   _ive   hundred   personal   requests  

She   held   her   boy   in   her   arms,   kissed   him  

and   thousands   more   wanted   admittance.  

passionately,   and   whispered   loving   words  

Those   who   had   supported   McMann   in   his  

in   his   ears.   When  the   Sheriff  led   her  away  

election   and   assured   they   would   do   so  

Goldenson   threw   himself   on   his   cot   and  

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sobbed  for   a   minute  or  two.   It   was  the  only  

Kelly.   Her   communion   photograph.   The  

display   of   emotion   from   Goldenson   since  

very   photograph   you   see   here.   The  

the  day  of  the  murder.

photograph  that  started  this  story.

He   spent   the   night   playing   checkers   with  

Aleck   had  fastened  a   slender   black   ribbon  

Jailer  Rogers.  At  ten  he  requested  to  see  the  

to   the   photograph  and  asked  the   priest   to  

Catholic   priest   Father  Fasanotti   who   spent  

attach   it   to   his   wrist.   He   didn't   want   the  

half  an   hour   with  him.   Goldenson  drank   a  

photograph   to   fall   from   his   hand   when  he  

glass  of  wine  and  fell  into  a  deep  sleep.

died.

Just   before   the   appointed   hour,   Father  

He  followed  Sheriff  McMann  to  the  scaffold,  

Franciotti   was  admitted  to   the  cell  and  told  

Father   Franciotti   was   behind   him.   He  

Goldenson   to   prepare.   He  was   wearing  the  

turned   and   faced   the   spectators   and   in   a  

suit   he   had   worn   throughout   the   court  

clear  strong  voice  said:   "I  want  to  say  a  few  

proceedings.   A   silk   handkerchief   in   the  

words   before   I   go.   I   have   often   reiterated  

form  of  an  American  _lag  was  in  his   pocket.  

that  Mamie  was  my  _irst  and  only  love.  I  say  

He  took   the  handkerchief  out  and  placed  it  

now   that   she   was,   and   I   hope   I   will   go   to  

on   the   table   picking   up   the   photograph  

Heaven.  I  thank  you  all  for  your   kindness  to  

next   to   it.   It   was   a   photograph   of   Mamie  

me.   Good-­‐bye."   He   looked   again   at   the  

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