In May 1891, the Real Estate Record & Guide reported that Walden P. Anderson was erecting a row of 13 three-story dwellings on the south side of West 94th Street, between Amsterdam and Columbus Avenues. The cost of constructing the row would cost the architect-developer $195,000--or about $5.65 million today.
You showed that unfortunate prisoner the letter, and used your influence as Tombs physician and prison attendant to get him unwittingly to identify the letter?I did as I was instructed to do.Having thrown off your respectability as a physician, tell us what you did as an individual?I asked him to read the letter. I asked Koerner who wrote it. He said Rose Redgate wrote it. I said, "Is it true that Rose Redgate wrote the letter? And is it true what she has written in the letter?" Koerner answered, "Rose could write nothing but what is true."