Why is winter? Bah, I say! 😫 ❄️🔪❄️ (Okay, this pamphlet, which is the reason behind my current desire for a "fictitious true crime" genre heading (use for narratives and confessions, often sensationalized, that purport to be accounts of real events, but are made up -- yes, I did do a stint in controlled vocabularies, why do you ask), deserves more than my crankiness at winter and this snow, grump grump. Maybe I'll write that up this weekend....) ❄️🔪❄️ #MyFeels #TooMuchWinter #InsufficientFall #FallIsTheBestest #19thCenturyBookIllustrations #OhAnnWaltersWhy #WellOhCheapPressPublisherWhy #CatalogingIsAnAdventure #G526ClassCollection #AmericanAntiquarian
❄️🔪❄️ Life and confession of Ann Walters, the female murderress [sic]! Also the execution of Enos G. Dudley, at Haverhill, N.H., May 23d, 1849. To which is added the confession of Mary Runkle, who was executed for murder. [Boston] Printed for the proprietor. 1850.