The topic of abortion is documented throughout the 1900s in New York City.

Media History

The reporting was intended for these media types: Newspaper

"Undercover in the Theatre: The 'Sexy Lord' of Abortion" - Anas Aremeyaw Anas - Modern Ghana

Aborted 1,000s of Pregnancies While Having Unprotected Sex With The Girls

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

". . .Having gathered information about the existence of the 'illegal abortion hub,' operated by Drah, we [the Special Investigations Team] of the New Crusading Guide, headed by our ace undercover reporter Anas Aremeyaw Anas, went in to ascertain the truth, during which time we managed to plant our cameras in the 'theatre'.The videos that we got were simply unbelievable. It was a peek into the activities of a man who has for over a decade demeaned womanhood, flouted laws of the land and supervised numerous abortions – some of which have gone horribly wrong leading to complications and death of clients in extreme cases. . ."

"Abortion News in the Late 1920s: A New York City Case Study" - Marvin Olasky - Journalism Quarterly


". . .In July, 1926, the three sensational newspapers also reported a major abortion story, one that began when police found a body cut into pieces and packed into two boxes. 'The packing was done by a trained surgeon,' the New York Journal noted on its first day of coverage, and cited police belief that the boxes were dropped accidentally while being sent to medical students for research. . ."