John S. Holland, convincted of conspiracy to rob, Los Angeles, 1935
- John S. Holland, convincted of conspiracy to rob, Los Angeles, 1935
- Los Angeles Times
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- Feb. 18, 1935
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Refer to article, "Trio Named As Plotters, Two Men and Woman Said to Have Planned Robbery of Money Lender," Los Angeles Times, 22 Feb. 1935: A2.
John S. Holland, musician, who was arrested along with his wife, La Mae, and an accomplice, Theodore Dargel, for conspiracy to rob John L. Friedman, a money lender, of money and securities. He was found guilty and sentenced to 14 years in San Quentin.
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- b&w nitrate negative
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