Veora Daniel Casady obtains a portion of her money from a property dispute, Los Angeles, 1932
- Veora Daniel Casady obtains a portion of her money from a property dispute, Los Angeles, 1932
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- November 10, 1932
- Los Angeles Times
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- Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection
Similar photograph appears with the article, "Ex-Actress Profits By Bank Vigil," Los Angeles Times, 11 Sep 1932: A1, "Ex-Wife Defeats Casady, But Weeps at Victory," Los Angeles Times, 06 Oct 1932: A3, and "Court Fails To Help in Collection," Los Angeles Times, 10 Nov 1932: A1.
The former actress went to the bank where ex-husband Wayne A. Casady works and conducted a "sit in" to get him to pay her $3280.65 from an unsettled property dispute during their divorce in 1928. She was awarded almost all of the money she asked from Superior Judge Gould.
Veora poses in front of a white backdrop.
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- b&w nitrate negative
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