Here is the thrilling true story of Howe & Hummel, the most famous (and famously rotten) law firm in nineteenth-century America. In the firm’s prime, it wouldn’t have been strange to see a leading politician, a pickpocket, a Broadway star, a bank robber, and a socialite all crowded together into the waiting room of their offices, located conveniently across the street from the city jail. At Tenement Talks, the author of this tale offers an inside look at crime and punishment during the Gilded Age. (TenementTalks)
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