Long Island, New York, The Old Nassau County Courthouse, c1914

The Old Nassau County Courthouse was the focus of national attention in 1914, when Florence Conklin Carman was tried as part of a sensational murder case. Extensively detailed in newspapers across the United States, the pattern of facts surrounding the crime suggested that Carman, the wife of a doctor who was treating the victim, had acted in a jealous rage. Mrs. Carman, however, was eventually acquitted and absolved of all wrongdoing.

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Long Island, New York, The Old Nassau County Courthouse, c1914

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