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MAN WHO SHOT J. P. MORGAN TWICE ADMITS SETTING BOMB AT NATIONAL CAPITAL
Former German Instructor At Cornell Talks Freely After Third Degree Is Used, and Says He Wanted To Stop Shipment of Munitions To Europe--Is Suspected of Other, Similar Crimes CONSIDERED EXPERT WITH EXPLOSIVES Describes Construction of Rare Type of "Infernal Machine" --Financier Reported in Excellent Condition--Has Two Bullet Wounds In His Hip J. P. MORGAN
The Hartford Courant (1887-1922) - Hartford, Conn.
Date: Jul 4, 1915
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Glen Cove, N. Y., July 3.--Frank Holt, former Cornell University instructor, attempted to assassinate J. P. Morgan at East Isle, Mr. Morgan's summer home near here today, and confessed tonight that he was the man who set the bomb which exploded in the United...

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