Otto Krueger, San Francisco butcher and murder suspect, Los Angeles, 1926
- Otto Krueger, San Francisco butcher and murder suspect, Los Angeles, 1926
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- [circa June 14, 1926]
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Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection
Otto Krueger, a butcher from San Francisco, was arrested on suspicion of murder for 2 elderly women in San Francisco and 1 elderly woman in San Jose. He was arrested in Los Angeles after disembarking from a passenger ship.
Otto Krueger sits sideways in a chair by a door. He wears a hat and three piece suit. His right arm rests on the back of the chair. He is facing left, smiling.
A different photograph of Otto Krueger taken on the same occasion appears in "Triple Killing Suspect Taken: Butcher Arrested When He Steps From Steamer," Los Angeles Times, 15 Jun 1926: A2.
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- b&w nitrate negative
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