Robert L. Gordon, vice president of Bank of America, speaks with Jack Bugas after robbery, Los Angeles, 1936
- Robert L. Gordon, vice president of Bank of America, speaks with Jack Bugas after robbery, Los Angeles, 1936
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- March 2, 1936
- Los Angeles Times
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- Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection
Robert L. Gordon, left, appears to be in conversation with Jack Bugas, who is seated at a desk.
This photograph is likely related to the article, “Hollywood Bank Robbed,” Los Angeles Times, 3 Mar 1936: 3.
Three men, armed with machine guns, robbed the Bank of America on Melrose and Bronson shortly before it closed on March 2nd. No one was physically injured and the bandits escaped with $6,100.
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- b&w nitrate negative
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