School children write a letter to kidnapper of June Robles, Tucson, 1934
- School children write a letter to kidnapper of June Robles, Tucson, 1934
- Date Created
- May 3, 1934
- Los Angeles Times
- Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection
This photograph is featured in the Los Angeles Times with the photograph that has the item ark 21198/zz002h9f8r.
Photograph of unnamed children and teacher in a classroom. They are shown here writing a letter. In the background there is a chalkboard that features ten sentences writing in English, presumably a grammar exercise.
This photograph appears with the article, “GO-BETWEEN VEILS TRIP: Robles Aide Hies to Nogales Ransoming of Girl Believed Near in Mexico and Cash Ready Grandfather Gets $15,000 but Remains in Tucson; Officers More Cheery,” Los Angeles Times, 3 May. 1934: 1.
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- b&w nitrate negative
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