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Brooklyn Eagle: September 14: ON THIS DAY in 1924, How 200,000 citizens of New York, on the borderland of insanity, but now at large, could be cured


ON THIS DAY IN 1899, the Brooklyn Daily Eagle reported, “H.H. Bliss, the real estate dealer of 235 West Seventh-fifth street, Manhattan, who was injured by an automobile last night at Seventy-fourth street and Central Park West, died at 6:45 o’clock this morning in Roosevelt Hospital, as a result of his injuries. Mr. Bliss and […]

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