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Fri Mar 21 17:15:53 2014 UTClccn-n891038250.105 children & It0.391.00The wouldbegood96089679Evelyn_Nesbitn 891038252699963Evelyn NesbitNesbit, EvelynNesbit, Evelyn Florence, 1884-1967Thaw, Evelyn Nesbit, 1884-1967Thaw, Harry K., Mrs., 1884-1967Thaw, Harry, Mrs, 1884-1967lccn-nr93003999Thaw, Harry Kendall1871-1947lccn-n50020242White, Stanford1853-1906lccn-n90632771Abramson, Phyllis Leslielccn-n86036469Uruburu, Paula M.1957-lccn-n96033996Lessard, Suzannahlccn-n79032937Mooney, Michael Macdonald1930-lccn-n83022603Langford, Gerald1911-lccn-n50007726McCullough, David G.lccn-n80089989WGBH (Television station : Boston, Mass.)lccn-no95026223Charlson, CarlNesbit, Evelyn1884-1967Trials, litigation, etcBiographyPortraitsMusicPictorial worksDramaNesbit, Evelyn,New York (State)--New YorkUnited StatesWhite, Stanford,Thaw, Harry Kendall,MurderModels (Persons)Women journalistsCelebritiesTrials (Murder)ArchitectsMurder--InvestigationWhite familyDeathHomicideTriangles (Interpersonal relations)CivilizationUpper classArtists' modelsShowgirlsSensationalism in journalismNew York (State)AutographsInsanity (Law)Justification (Law)Criminal liabilityMurderersMurder victimsPopular musicSongs with pianoActressesTangosPiano musicPopular instrumental musicChampagneRestaurantsDancersWomenCouplesNames, PersonalSmokingDrinking of alcoholic beveragesLove songsGardensManners and customsLoveFantasyTango (Dance)Piano music (Ragtime)Monsters1884196719001901190619071909191319141917191819191926193219341962196319691970197219761977198119861990199419951996199719992000200120042006200720082009201020122013467265100927.92HV6534.N5ocn498168975ocn498695188ocn824457868ocn471597114763ocn506051224com19260.81Thaw, Harry KendallThe traitor; being the untampered with unrevised account of the trial and all that led to itTrials, litigation, etc141ocn005152018book19070.92Jerome, William TraversThe famous hypothetical question in the trial of Harry K. Thaw for the murder of Stanford WhiteTrials, litigation, etc121ocn007863457book19340.93Nesbit, EvelynThe untold story21ocn498168975score19190.92Whiting, Richard AFallen idols : songPortraitsMusic21ocn498695188score19170.47Gumble, AlbertIf you'll come back to my garden of love : songPortraitsMusic11ocn704504421visu0.10Nesbit, E5 children & ItDramaA merry comedy about a group of kids who are granted magic wishes11ocn471597114score19140.47Cortez, ManuelToo much "Jinger" : tres gingembreMusicPictorial works11ocn019683361book19091.00Nesbit, EvelynThe wouldbegood11ocn824457868score19060.47Jacquelin, Sidney SLove's pleadingPortraits01ocn035421126book19340.88Nesbit, EvelynProdigal days; the untold storyBiography9992ocn055685356com19900.50Abramson, Phyllis LeslieSob sister journalismOn June 25, 1906, an event of little public importance occurred--famous architect and womanizer Stanford White was shot dead by Harry K. Thaw, the scion of an influential family. It became the hottest story of the century. Four women journalists provided+-+18601786853249854ocn192048137book20080.19Uruburu, Paula MAmerican Eve : Evelyn Nesbit, Stanford White, the birth of the "It" girl, and the crime of the centuryHistoryBiographyFamous by her sixteenth birthday in 1900, Gibson Girl Evelyn Nesbit was the most photographed woman of her era, an iconic figure who set the standard for female beauty. Women wanted to be her. Men wanted her. When her jealous millionaire husband, Harry K. Thaw, killed her lover--celebrity architect Stanford White, builder of the Washington Square Arch and much of New York City--she found herself at the center of the "crime of the century" and the scandal that marked the beginning of a national obsession with youth, beauty, celebrity, and sex. The story of Evelyn Nesbit is one of glamour, money, romance, madness, and murder, and Paula Uruburu weaves all of these elements into an elegant narrative that reads like the best fiction--only it's all true, a picture of America as it crossed from the Victorian era into the modern.--From publisher description+-+48443994068953ocn034564880book19960.22Lessard, SuzannahThe architect of desire : beauty and danger in the Stanford White familyBiographyStanford White, the premier architect of the Gilded Age, was murdered in 1906 by a jealous husband. Lessard, White's great-granddaughter, investigates the murder and her family's past+-+50996803854522ocn002238351book19760.27Mooney, Michael MacdonaldEvelyn Nesbit and Stanford White : love and death in the gilded age3456ocn001315048book19620.47Langford, GeraldThe murder of Stanford White1572ocn000686823book19260.81Thaw, Harry KendallThe traitor; being the untampered with unrevised account of the trial and all that led to itTrials, litigation, etc1308ocn034915964visu19950.31Murder of the centuryHistoryBiographyCase studiesRecounts the 1906 murder of Stanford White, New York City's leading architect, by Harry K. Thaw, eccentric heir to a Pittsburgh railroad fortune, over Evelyn Nesbit, Thaw's wife. Thaw's trial touched off an extended debate over widespread acceptance of a double standard--one for rich Americans and another for everyone else871ocn001149403book19320.86Collins, Frederick LGlamorous sinners861ocn862012279book20130.17Geary, RickMadison Square tragedy : the murder of Stanford White : 25 June, 1906HistoryComic books, strips, etcGraphic novels"Stanford White is one of New York's most famous architects having designed many mansions and the first Madison Square Garden. His influence on New York's look at the turn of the century was pervasive. As he became popular and in demand, he also became quite self-indulgent. He had a taste for budding young showgirls on Broadway, even setting up a private apartment to entertain them in, including a room with... a red velvet swing. When he meets Evelyn Nesbit, an exquisite young nymph, cover girl, showgirl, inspiration for Charles Dana Gibson's "The Eternal Question" and for the later movie "The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing," he knows he's on to something special. However, Evelyn eventually marries a young Pittsburgh decadent heir with a dark side who develops a deep hatred for White and what he may or may not have done to her, setting up the most scandalous murder of the time." --cover801ocn166454912book20070.84Nigro, DonMy sweetheart's the man in the moonDrama"In the first years of the twentieth century, Evelyn Nesbit, the beautiful, teen-age pin up and chorus girl, was the entrancing center of an explosive and deadly love triangle involving Stanford White, her married lover and the architect of many of the most famous buildings in New York, who liked to push her naked on a red velvet swing, and Harry K. Thaw, the wealthy, manic and demented roller-skating Pittsburgh playboy who married her, beat her with a horse whip, and eventually shot White through the eye socket during a musical performance at the rooftop theatre at White's Madison Square Garden. This wickedly funny play chronicles the grotesque events leading up to and after this notorious murder and Evelyn's wild, strange journey through her American tabloid nightmare as she is hounded by carnivorous reporters, threatened, used, betrayed, bribed, stalked and nearly destroyed by the rich, the corrupt, the violent and the insane."--Publisher's website+-+3387918205324642ocn030809866book19940.84Maillard, KeithDementia Americana : poemsPoetry+-+4375236745324611ocn506043409com19070.93Atwell, Benjamin HThe great Harry Thaw case, or, A woman's sacrificeBiographyTrials, litigation, etc512ocn802370723book20120.88Meade, LauralHarry Thaw hates everybodyDramaThe real-life 1906 murder of New York's architectural eminence Stanford White at the hands of deranged coal baron Harry Thaw is the starting point for this darkly whimsical look at the clash between hedonism and poverty, the emotional toll of excess, and murderous revenge, high-society style372ocn001906184book19340.88Nesbit, EvelynProdigal days; the untold storyBiography211ocn045201000book20000.96McKenzie, Fred AThe trial of Harry Thaw191ocn018647072book0.47Samuels, CharlesThe girl in the red velvet swingCase studies181ocn071279534book20060.24Nesbit, EvelynTragic beauty : the lost 1914 memoirs of Evelyn NesbitBiographyCase studies+-+7241416696122ocn067616572book20040.24Nesbit, EvelynProdigal days : the untold storyBiographyCase studies+-+2452816696105ocn054105310book20000.97Umphrey, Martha Merrill"Dementia Americana" : Harry K. Thaw, the unwritten law, and narratives of responsibilityTrials, litigation, etc63ocn010868940book19140.92Nesbit, EvelynThe story of my lifeBiography+-+4844399406Fri Mar 21 15:35:42 EDT 2014batch18823