District Attorney Asa Keyes receives a crate of evidence, Los Angeles, 1926
- District Attorney Asa Keyes receives a crate of evidence, Los Angeles, 1926
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- [circa November 1, 1926]
- Los Angeles Times
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- Los Angeles Times Photographs Collection
This photograph is similar to a photograph of the arrival and opening of a crate of evidence captioned, As it Arrived and After Upper photo shows Ben Cohn, investigator for District Attorney's office, examining garments found in trunk. Lower shows (left to right) Dist.-Atty. Keyes, Dist.-Attys. Murray and Dennison, Chief Davis and Ben Cohn opening packing case in which trunk arrived. [Los Angeles Times, 02 Nov. 1926: A2]
District Attorney Asa Keyes stands just left-of-center in a hallway. In front of him and to the right, a large box stands on its side. District Attorney Keys rests a hand onto the top side of the box and looks down towards it. Along the right side of the box, it reads, "HON. ASA KEYES DISTRICT ATTORNEY LOS ANGELES C[A]." In the background, doors line the hallway.
Related to the articles, "LINK TRUNK TO FIND IN CARMEL: Crochet on Towel and Wash Rag Held Identical Officers Tracing Gowns as McPherson Clews More Strands of Red Hair Found in Ornaments," Los Angeles Times, 02 Nov. 1926: A1, and, "LIST GIVEN OF TRUNK'S CONTENTS Keyes Checks Garments in Container Thought to Belong to Ormiston," Los Angeles Times, 02 Nov. 1926: A2
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- b&w nitrate negative
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