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Clipping 7 - th-present I to DEATH OF PROMINENT BOSTOIJIAIIS...
th-present I to DEATH OF PROMINENT BOSTOIJIAIIS PROBED; SUICIDE PACT, BELIEF r Relatives Of Slain Woman Say Poet turk Her To Apartment To Kill Her aixoholTInJIio DIES .Medical Examiner Finds 'Traces Of ; Intoxicant t : During .Autopsy Boston, Dec. 13. (WSWScoutlng the theory of a suicide pact in the tragic deaths yesterday of Henry Grew Crosby, Crosby, Harvard graduate (and scion of one of Boston's oldest families, -and -and Mrs. Josephine Roteh Blgelow,. bride of another another friends of the young, woman today today believed that -the! -the! love-crazed love-crazed love-crazed poet lured the girl to the New York studio for the purpose cf taking her with him ih death. . v,t "J ' , , ' Together with relatives, these Intimate Intimate friends, declared that Mrs. Blge-low Blge-low Blge-low had gone with Crosby to listen to his pleadings and inform him that they were hopeless. She Informed him by radio, according toa message found by the police, that she; would talk with him. This message was received while Crosby was cn the way to this country from pis. . , ; Investigation also; revealed that Crosby, after his marriage In 1922 to Mary Jacobs Peabody. wealthy young divorce, had gone to Paris and set up publishing business,. publishing works of writers who were taboo in the United States. . New York, Dec 12fINS)--New 12fINS)--New 12fINS)--New 12fINS)--New York police held to the opinion today that the deaths of Henry Grew Crosby, so-c'ally so-c'ally so-c'ally prominent poet, and Mrs. Josephine Josephine Rotch Blgelowv were the result rf a suicide pact' A considerable quantity of alcohol had been found in the body of each, medical examiner Charles Norrls said. flt-ph in

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  1. The Daily News-Journal,
  2. 12 Dec 1929, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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