Wednesday, June 04, 2008

Le Détective.

From Yale's Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library: A look at a November 1928 issue of Le Détective, a Paris investigative newspaper that claims that Chicago is "the capital of crime" and shows Chicago policemen nabbing a culprit.

For their next book event, writers will also appreciate the photographs from The Popular Entertainer and Self-Instructor in Elocution (1898), which provides helpful poses of "hatred," "flight," "accusation," and "defiance."

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