Lady Alice White, Henry Julius Jacoby, Spencer's Hotel, Sarah Pocock, Murder
Lady White Murder 14th March 1922On the morning of 14th March 1922, Lady Alice White was found with her skull crushed in,but still alive, in her room at the Spencer's Hotel, Portman Street, London, she died a few hours later. A pantry boy at the hotel, Henry Julius Jacoby, was found guilty of her murder. The jury added a strong recommendation to mercy, but he was hanged. Our Picture Shows: Witnesses Sarah Pocock with her mother making their way to court .29th March 1922
|Color||Black & White|
|Keywords||1920s,Clothing,Coats,Crime,Fashion,Gloves,Hats,London,Mixed Age Range,Mother and daughter,Murder ,Serious,Street Scene,Two People|
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