Hutchins Hapgood
Sep, 1933
Hutchins Hapgood (1869 - 1944) was an American journalist and radical author born in Chicago. Hapgood was also a biographer of Anton Johannsen who played an important role during the McNamara case and Darrow's bribery trials. Hapgood was a friend of Clarence Darrow but nevertheless believed Darrow was capable of bribing jurors. His books include:

The Spirit of the Ghetto, 1902
Autobiography of a Thief, 1903
Spirit of Labor, 1907
Anarchist Woman, 1909
Types from City Streets, 1910
Enemies, 1916, co-written with his wife
Story of a Lover, 1919
A Victorian in the Modern World, autobiography, 1939

Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, Carl Van Vechten Collection, LC-USZ62-132955