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1. Police circular about kidnapped child.

Writing
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2. The newspapers played up similarities between Hauptmann's handwriting and that in the ransom notes. New York Daily News, October 17, 1934.

Guilty
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3. The jury of eight men and four women found Hauptmann guilty of murder on February 14, 1935. Headlines in the New York Daily News.

Hunt reopened
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4. Following Hauptmann's conviction, New Jersey Gov. Harold G. Hoffman reopened the Lindbergh case investigation. Headlines in the New York Daily News, December 6, 1935, tell of this baffling move.

Hauptmann's own story
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5. Hauptmann's autobiography was serialized in the New York Daily Mirror.

Supreme court
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6. The U.S. Supreme Court refused to overturn Hauptmann's conviction. New York Daily News, January 16, 1936.

Jury dooms Hauptmann
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7. Headlines in the New York Daily News, April 3, 1936, proclaiming Hauptmann's fate.

NJSP museum display
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8. One of the many exhibits on display at the Lindbergh Case Archives housed at the New Jersey State Police Headquarters in West Trenton, New Jersey. The archives contain over two hundred thousand documents pertaining to the Lindbergh crime, investigation, and trial. NJSP

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A. James Fisher
Dept. of Political Science & Criminal Justice, 146 Hendricks Hall
Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, Edinboro, PA 16444
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