Daisy De Voe and Nathan Freedman in court for her trial, Los Angeles, 1931
- Daisy De Voe and Nathan Freedman in court for her trial, Los Angeles, 1931
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- January 1931
- Los Angeles Times
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- Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection
Related to Los Angeles Times articles, "Prosecutor Accuses Daisy De Voe of Prejury on Witness Stand as Theft Case Nears Jury," 21 Jan. 1931: A3 and "Sentencing of Daisy De Voe Postponed at Attorney's Request Until Next Monday." 27 Jan. 1931:A2. A different photograph of Daisy De Voe, with her friend Alfred Mathis, appears in the Los Angeles Times article, ""Mud Slinging" Banned by Judge Doran at Trial of Daisy De Voe." 20 Jan. 1931: A2.
Daisy De Voe, defendant, and Nathan Freedman, her attorney, sit in a court house at a table with papers during her trial in which she was accused of grand theft by actress Clara Bow. She would be found guilty. Others look towards them in the background.
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- b&w nitrate negative
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