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Source: Wilmington Daily Republican
Source type: newspaper
Document type: article
Document title: “Assassin Never Lived Here”
Author(s): anonymous
City of publication: Wilmington, Delaware
Date of publication: 13 September 1901
Volume number: none
Issue number: none
Pagination: [3]

 
Citation
“Assassin Never Lived Here.” Wilmington Daily Republican 13 Sept. 1901: p. [3].
 
Transcription
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Keywords
Leon Czolgosz (activities, whereabouts, etc.: Wilmington, DE).
 
Named persons
Leon Czolgosz [misspelled once below]; Theodore Sikorski [misspelled below].
 
Notes
The identity of Karosinski (below) cannot be determined.
 
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Assassin Never Lived Here

 

Poles Deny That Czolgosz Made His Home in Wilmington.

     Several of the prominent Poles in this city deny the stories that were circulated yesterday to the effect that Czolgasz was ever employed in this city. In the first place the police of the other cities who have been investigating his record have accounted for his movements for the past ten years. According to the investigation made by them he could not have been in Wilmington six years ago as was stated by the afternoon papers.
     Theodore Sarcowski, the proprietor of the General Pulaski House on Front near Madison street [sic] who knows nearly every Polander in Wilmington said last evening that Czolgosz was never employed in this city. He said that the person who told the story yesterday got the assassin confused with another Pole who came to Wilmington six years ago from the West. His name was Karosinski. He was a Solialist [sic] but not an Anarchist.

 

 


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