Ray Radke, witness during the trial of David H. Clark, Los Angeles, 1931
- Ray Radke, witness during the trial of David H. Clark, Los Angeles, 1931
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- [circa August 11, 1931]
- Los Angeles Times
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Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection
A similar photograph appears in "More Stories of Crime Recounted," Los Angeles Times, 12 Aug 1931: A1.
Ray Radke was the secretary of Charles H. Crawford, politician. Crawford and Herbert F. Spencer, a magazine executive, were murdered May 20, 1931. Radke was a witness. David H. Clark was charged with the double homicide. He was found not guilty.
Ray Radke sits in the witness box, hands folded across waist. He wears a light-colored suit and a darker tie with light polka dots. He is looking at straight into the camera.
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- b&w nitrate negative
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