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
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.
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.
Story related to photograph appears with the article, "Pair Identified as Abductors and Hold-up Men," Los Angeles Times, 19 Feb 1936: A3.
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