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Broadside: $20,000 Reward, Kidnapping of Charlie Brewster Ross
Pinkerton's National Detective Agency, Philadelphia
Wm. F. Murphy's Sons, Stationers, Printers, 509 Chestnut St., Philada.
Broadside offering a reward for the recovery of Charlie Brewster Ross, and for the arrest and conviction of his abductors. He was stolen from his parents in Germantown, Pennsylvania, on July 1st, 1874.
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Kent State University
Special Collections and Archives
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Abductions, Kidnappings & Missing Persons
Crimes Against Children
American Criminal Broadsides collection
United States. Pennsylvania