Managing Editor Connor Gaudet Shamelessly Plugs Greenwich Village History Blog

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10/16/2013

Neighborhood: Greenwich Village, News

Managing Editor Connor Gaudet Shamelessly Plugs Greenwich Village History Blog
6th Ave and W. 13th St. by Google Maps

 Hello Friends,

In a semi-related but separate project I am working on, I am creating posts for the Greenwich Village History blog. As I have always considered Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood to be a living, breathing history of contemporary life in New York City, it seems a natural side-project and it is also a requirement for the Creating Digital History course I am taking as part of my Public History degree program at NYU.

I wrote about an intriguing court case that came to be known in the papers as “The Taxicab Murder.” I hope you enjoy it. I’ve been editing so long now, it’s been a while since I’ve written!

In case you didn’t click on the linked text above: http://greenwichvillagehistory.wordpress.com/2013/10/01/the-taxicab-murder/

All my best,

Connor

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