CRIME: Horror Story

Men in the Manhattan millinery trade have known Louis Greenfield, a Hungarian Jew who fought for the U. S. in the War and has a little business in West 38th Street, as an honest, hard-working chap almost too devoted to his wife, Anna, and the son she bore him in 1922. They knew he borrowed money right & left to get nurses, doctors, treatments for the son, Jerry, who was forever ailing. They knew that worry aged Louis Greenfield prematurely. But only his intimates knew that the child, who would have been 17 last March, was a quivering, overgrown, cross-eyed...

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