Paul Kelly on the witness stand, Los Angeles, 1927
- Paul Kelly on the witness stand, Los Angeles, 1927
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- May 1927
- Los Angeles Times
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Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection
Kelly has claimed that the blows he dealt to Ray Raymond were in self defense, and were not what caused the comedian's death. Kelly has confessed his love for Raymond's widow, Dorothy Mackaye.
The picture taken from what appears to be the jury box shows Kelly sitting with crossed legs in the witness stand, looking towards the ceiling. The court stenographer is also in the frame, his face slightly blurred from being caught in motion.
Photograph appears with the article, "Self-Defense Excuse Given," Los Angeles Times, 19 May 1927: A2.
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- b&w nitrate negative
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