John R. Layng is to take over as District Attorney for Samuel W. McNabb, Los Angeles, 1933
- John R. Layng is to take over as District Attorney for Samuel W. McNabb, Los Angeles, 1933
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- February 1933
- Los Angeles Times
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- Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection
Photograph appears with the article, "Layne To Take Post of McNabb," Los Angeles Times, 28 Feb 1933: A1.
Layng sits holding a cigar in one hand, his tie slightly askew.
John R. Layng is to be the United States Attorney for the Los Angeles district. He was appointed by United States District Judges James, McCormick, Cosgrave, and Hollzer, taking over for Samuel W. McNabb, who will retire from office after serving two four-year terms.
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Public prosecutors--California--Los Angeles
- Layng, John Rose, 1875-1958
- Los Angeles (Calif.)
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- still image
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