People of the State of New York v. Fannie Korn (Trial #37)

Trial Transcript details

Trial #37


Digitized from microfilm copy of damaged original typescript, appears to have been repaired with tape. 136pp. Original discarded as part of microfilm project.
On page 136, handwritten note:
"11/7/1970 Case Reopened Edwin Waring at 88, convicted of poisioning his wife and children and 36 grandchildren at Family Reunion; also admits poisioning of his baby sister Florence in 1893."

Associated with

Fannie Korn (defendant); William T. Jerome (defense attorney); Frederick Smyth (judge); Bartow S. Weeks (prosecuting attorney)


July 28 1893 (created)
2007 (digitized)




Reel number

Stenographer's number


Trials (Murder) -- New York (State) -- New York.
Korn, Fanny
Waring, Edwin
Weeks, Bartow S.
Jerome, William Travers, 1859-1934.
Insanity defense -- New York (State)

Object identifier




Criminal Trial Transcript Collection, Special Collections, Lloyd Sealy Library, John Jay College of Criminal Justice/CUNY


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Additional metadata courtesy of research conducted by Gabrella Ribodo, John Jay Undergraduate, HON 404 Research Colloquium, Fall 2019.;Digitized for Crime in New York 1850-1950 digitization project which was supported in part by funds from the Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO) through the New York State Regional Bibliographic Databases Program.