Harry Hill was a boxing promoter in the nineteenth century. He owned a dance hall and boxing emporium on Houston street in New York City. Hill once set up a match between John L. Sullivan and John Flood, a rugged street fighter who emerged from New York's Five Points section. To avoid local authorities, he arranged for the match to take place on a barge docked on the Hudson River near Yonkers.
- 1885 circa 15 years
- Original Format:
- Carte de Visite
- William R. Howell (New York)
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