Source: New-York Tribune
Source type: newspaper
Document type: photograph
Document title: “The Saloon of Joseph Karwocki [sic], Which Was Operated a Few Years Ago by the Father of Leon Czolgosz”
Image size (in source, approx. h x w): unknown
City of publication: New York, New York
Date of publication: 10 September 1901
Volume number: 61
Issue number: 20022
|“The Saloon of Joseph Karwocki [sic], Which Was Operated a Few Years Ago by the Father of Leon Czolgosz.” New-York Tribune 10 Sept. 1901 v61n20022: p. 3.|
|full image of photograph|
|Cleveland, OH (saloons: photographs).|
|Leon Czolgosz [in notes]; Paul Czolgosz [in notes]; Joseph Karwacki [misspelled in notes].|
Descriptive text accompanying the photograph reads as follows: “The saloon of Joseph Karwocki [sic], which was operated a few years ago by the father of Leon Czolgosz. The hall above this place is where the anarchists met and where the would-be assassin received his first lessons in anarchy. Paul Czolgosz now disclaims all knowledge of having been associated with anarchists.”
The photograph (below) is one in a set of four appearing on page 3 under the collective title “Home Associations of Czolgosz.” Click here to view a different photograph from the set.
Title herein adapted from the descriptive text accompanying the photograph.
Image courtesy of Chronicling America.
The Saloon of Joseph Karwocki [sic], Which Was Operated a Few Years
Ago by the Father of Leon Czolgosz