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    Bruno Richard Hauptmann: Lindbergh Kidnapping Trial Archive, including: a "Dixie Cup" signed "Bruno Richard Hauptmann", in pencil, also signed in ink by the warden of the Farmington, New Jersey jail and inscribed, "Used by Bruno Hauptmann Feb. 13, 1935", 4" high; press button and ribbon, 2.25"; Photograph of the Court House, Flemington, New Jersey, 8" x 6.25"; Official Pass to the trial January 15, 1935, 4.5" x 3.5", (repaired tear at lower right); photograph of L. Pierre Bottemer, trial sketch artist, signed on verso; photograph of "Old Smokey", the New Jersey electric chair; photograph of Hauptmann being led into the courtroom (all in photos in fair condition); four original drawings by L. Pierre Bottemer (Hauptmann, Dr. John Condon, Colonel Henry Breckinridge, and Betty Gow), all signed, the largest 14" x 11.5", very good condition. An interesting grouping.

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    December, 2008
    2nd-3rd Tuesday-Wednesday
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