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- Lillian Goldman Law Library, Levels 2 & 3
From August 1938 through February 1939, The People v. Hines was a front-page fixture of New York’s Daily News. Readers consumed twice-daily updates on the illegal gambling, bribery, violence, and corruption that linked Democrat politician Jimmy Hines with organized crime. This Fall, the Library's rare book exhibition showcases the recent acquisition of an archive of original drafts and sketches by the two staff artists assigned to illustrate the trial. Embedded in the reporters’ section, and documenting the key moment of the trial, artists Joe Kidd and S.J.