Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal, Volume 1, Number 10, September, 1991 Page: Front Inside
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Back Cover Photograph:
Shortly after the Glidden ax murder in 1912, many of
the murdered family's neighbors gathered around the scene
of the crime and Oscar Zumwalt made this photograph.
Ed Epperly, who has investigated the Villisca murders
for years and once traded a box of chocolate covered cher-
ries for the actual ax the unknown murderer used, provided
the bulk of the information concerning the murders in the
midwest recounted in "The Glidden Ax Murder." Anna Pat-
terson of the Villisca Public Library and Carolyn Gage of the
Villisca Review were also helpful.
ISSN 1053-4733. Published by the Archives of the Nesbitt Memorial
Library. Printed by Butler Office Supply and Printing, Columbus, Texas. To
subscribe, contact Bill Stein, Nesbitt Memorial Library, 529 Washington,
Columbus, Texas 78934, (409) 732-3392. Single issues sell for $2.50.
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