Thursday, June 26, 2014

Love Is Not Always Gentile

The Detroit Free Press, August 31, 1899
So it seems that the love between William Levy and Johanna Zaul (he was referred to as Leo previously) was not quite kosher after all. Their mental states were less a concern to the Levy family than the fact that Zaul was not Jewish. Or at least Zaul thought as much, whether dementedly so or not. This lead to the halt of their marital bliss, that commenced on July 24th in Sandwich, Ontario after an elopment across the border, through Levy's re-institutionalization, and as previous reported a writ of Habeas corpus being procured.

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