Source: Morning Telegraph
Source type: newspaper
Document type: article
Document title: “Paterson Banishes Mrs [sic] Bresci”
City of publication: New York, New York
Date of publication: 19 September 1901
Volume number: 63
Issue number: 225
|“Paterson Banishes Mrs [sic] Bresci.” Morning Telegraph 19 Sept. 1901 v63n225: p. 7.|
|August E. Neumann; anarchism (government response); Sophia Knieland Bresci; anarchism (New Jersey).|
|Sophia Knieland Bresci; Leon Czolgosz; Humbert I; August E. Neumann [misspelled below].|
|Neumann was the mayor of Cliffside Park, NJ, not Paterson.|
Paterson Banishes Mrs [sic] Bresci
Widow of King Humbert’s Slayer Informed by the Mayor That She Must Depart.
Mayor Neuman, of Paterson, took
a decided step yesterday toward clearing the name of the city [f]rom the aspersions
generally cast upon it by the presence o[f] so many anarchists.
He ordered Mrs. Gaetano Bresci, the widow of King Humbert’s slayer, to leave town, and it is believed that s[h]e will see fit to comply with the request.
In spi[t]e of her repeated denials that she is associated with anarchists there is thought to be li[tt]le doubt that she is in sympathy with th[e]ir doctrines, and after the attempt to hold a picnic at her home last Sunday to raise [f]unds [f]or the defence of Czolgosz her neighbors demanded that she be sent out of town.
The police in West Hoboken and Union Hill are keeping a sharp lookout [f]or anarchists, and the saloons they are known to [f]requent are under surveillance.