George and Albert Acree arrested for the kidnapping of James C. Gelvin, Los Angeles, 1936
- George and Albert Acree arrested for the kidnapping of James C. Gelvin, Los Angeles, 1936
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- February 18, 1936
- Los Angeles Times
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- Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection
Story related to photograph appears with the article, "Pair Identified as Abductors and Hold-up Men," Los Angeles Times, 19 Feb 1936: A3.
George and Albert sit in two separate chairs, each of them handcuffed by one wrist to the arm of their respective chairs. A group of men stand behind them, their faces cut off by the top of the frame.
James C. Gelvin of Glendale testified to being robbed and left tied to a post by brothers George and Albert Acree, who are to answer to charges of kidnapping and nine robbery counts. The two face life sentences on the kidnapping charge alone.
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- b&w nitrate negative
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