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Edward M Fuller NYC 1920's

Edward M Fuller NYC 1920's

Posted: 22 Dec 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 21 Aug 2001 4:50PM GMT
Surnames: FULLER, McGEE, GROODY, ELY
Edward M Fuller and William Frank McGee's NYC brokerage firm closed in 1922 due to fraud, and both served a year in Sing Sing, 1927-8. Paroled in 1928, Fuller disappeared from the news. McGee died in 1934 in NY, and his ex-wife Jean McGee and other Terre Haute, IN, relatives arranged for his burial. (Previous wives are Nell Sheehan and actress Louise Groody.) Fuller was married to actress Florence Ely. I am searching for information about Edward M Fuller and his wife, but information about any of the others may provide leads and will be greatly appreciated.

Re: Edward M Fuller NYC 1920's

Posted: 27 Mar 2013 4:51PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello,

I am a high school English teacher and am looking to make connections between the Fuller-McGee case to F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel, The Great Gatsby. I am finding some articles online, but was wondering if you were able to find something that might work for me? I am especially looking for the confessions...I believe they were made public in early August of 1923 but can't seem to find them.

Thank you for your help!

Re: Edward M Fuller NYC 1920's

Posted: 27 Mar 2013 6:33PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi -- what an interesting idea. I have a bulging file from this case, and would be happy to share, but not until after this weekend. I'm a theatre performer with a new show opening this weekend, and I have zero spare time. What would be good is for you so send me an email at lizful@independenteye.org, repeating this request, so it doesn't vanish down the web-tubes. -- Elizabeth Fuller

Re: Edward M Fuller NYC 1920's

Posted: 4 Aug 2013 6:20PM GMT
Classification: Query
I was doing a research project regarding Edward Fuller and found three articles from a 1920s newspaper, the Schenectady Gazette, that you might find interesting. All of them are found on this link: http://www.dailygazette.com/google_search/?=Fuller%20McGee%2...

I came across this information thread in my research and found the "Fuller-McGee case" comment, which lead me to this link, so I feel obligated to share my findings.
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