In the Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia at Richmond. F. W. Starke, v. Commonwealth of Virginia: Brief on Behalf of Defendant in Error

Richmond, VA: n.p. 1914. 6p., very good in staplebound wraps.

The case featured an African American barber shooting at a crowd of drunk white rowdies who had broken his window. Discusses differences between the accounts of those involved, such as whether the youth involved were indeed drunk or whether Starke cried out “Some of you white folks done broke my glass” or “Some of you damn rascals broke my glass."

Cat.No: 196373

Price: $35.00

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