William J.F. Brown, Mrs. Bonnie Taylor, and Mr. Earl W. Taylor during Mr. Taylor's trial for petty theft, los angeles, 1935
- William J.F. Brown, Mrs. Bonnie Taylor, and Mr. Earl W. Taylor during Mr. Taylor's trial for petty theft, los angeles, 1935
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- October 2, 1935
- Los Angeles Times
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- View of defense attorney, William J. F. Brown, left, in collared shirt, tie, jacket, Mrs. Bonnie Taylor, middle, in hat, shirt, holding husband's arm, Earl W. Taylor, right, in collared shirt, tie, and jacket, seated in courtroom with unknown individuals in background. Mr. Taylor, writer's agent and operator of the Hollywood Writer's Bureau, was charged with petty theft for illegally taking money from Miss Hilda Parvey and Madam Nan Kee, writers who claimed Taylor promised their stories would be turned into movies. Mr. Taylor was acquitted by the jury on October 14, 1935.
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- b&w nitrate negative
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