Telegram from murder victim Fay Sudow to Fred Allen (Alfred W. Allen), Chicago, 1920
- Telegram from murder victim Fay Sudow to Fred Allen (Alfred W. Allen), Chicago, 1920
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- September 28, 1920
- Los Angeles Times
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- Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection
Telegram text reads: FRED ALLEN WILL COME WHEN NEEDED PLEASE LET ME NO HOW MUCH TIME I HAVE WHEN TRIAL COMES UP IF TRIAL CAN BE POSTPONED FOR A WHILE WIRE ANSWER AT ONCE SO I WILL KNOW WHAT ARRANGEMENTS TO MAKE AND HOW MUCH TIME I HAVE FAY SUDOW
Photograph of Western Union telegram, dated 1920 Sep 28 AM 2 41, Chicago, Ill., to Fred Allen, and bill addressed to Alfred W Allen, 425 Central Bldg, for $1.00 for unpaid telegram fee, both attached to board with pins. Fay Sudow's attorney was named Alfred W. Allen, with an office at 485 Central Bldg.
- 1 photograph
- b&w nitrate negative
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