Warren H. Russell questioned by Deputy Coroner J. P. Kane and Arthur Collins about Marion Brown's death, Los Angeles, 1935
- Warren H. Russell questioned by Deputy Coroner J. P. Kane and Arthur Collins about Marion Brown's death, Los Angeles, 1935
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- July 11, 1935
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Deputy Coroner J. P. Kane (left) and reporter Arthur Collins (center) question Warren H. Russell (right), Venice shopkeeper tied to murder of Marion Brown.
The body of 45-year-old Marion Brown was found in her home at 688 Flower Street in Venice. Warren H. Russell was the chief witness and murder suspect, as he had been a frequent visitor to her home. He was released after further investigation.
This photograph is likely related to the article, “Nude Death Calls Quiz,” Los Angeles Times, 11 Jul 1935: 9.
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