Roy D. Brown and his dog Tumbleweed after they stopped an attempted drugstore robbery, Los Angeles, 1936
- Roy D. Brown and his dog Tumbleweed after they stopped an attempted drugstore robbery, Los Angeles, 1936
- Los Angeles Times
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- February 12, 1936
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- Los Angeles Times Photographs Collection
Robbers attempted to break into a drugstore at Exposition Boulevard and Vermont Avenue in the early hours of the morning when Boston terrier puppy Tumbleweed began to bark and roused nearby radio repair shop owner Roy D. Brown, who chased after the robbers and managed to shoot one in the shoulder before they escaped.
Photograph appears with article, "Shots Fired At Robbers," Los Angeles Times, 12 Feb 1936: A2.
Roy D. Brown cradles his alert Boston terrier puppy in his arms.
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- b&w nitrate negative
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