Mrs. Harris's (33 Maine Ave) (Mary Marshall)

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The provost marshal ordered the military police to turn over to Justice Walter those they discovered keeping houses of prostitution on Oct. 6, 1862. Mrs. Harris, alias Mary Marshall, 33 Maine Avenue, was handed over the to the civil authorities.

"Breaking up the Bawdy Houses," National Republican, Oct. 8, 1862.

Mrs. Elizabeth Harris's bawdy house, 33 Maine Street, appears on the Provost Marshal's list. According to the list, it had 9 inmates and was a class 2 establishment.