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Ransom instructions, Mary B. Skeele kidnap case, 1933

Handwritten letter from extortionist to Mae West, 2nd page, 1935

Los Angeles police sergeant Howard L. Barlow with fingerprint evidence collected from home of kidnapping and murder suspect William Hickman, 1927

Los Angeles police captain Howard L. Barlow inspecting fingerprint images, Los Angeles, 1934

Six objects on fabric background, possibly related to Fay Sudow murder case, [1920?]

Exterior of the bungalow house where kidnapping victim Mary Skeele was held, Pasadena, 1933

Handwritten letter from extortionist to Mae West, 1935

Handwritten letter from extortionist to Mae West, 1935

Telegram from murder victim Fay Sudow to Fred Allen (Alfred W. Allen), Chicago, 1920

Exterior of the bungalow house where kidnapping victim Mary Skeele was held, Pasadena, 1933

Handwritten letter from extortionist to Mae West, 1935

Handwritten letter from extortionist to Mae West, 1935

Dining room of the bungalow house where kidnapping victim Mary Skeele was held, Pasadena, 1933

Handwritten letter from extortionist to Mae West, 3rd and 1st pages, 1935

Handwritten letter from extortionist to Mae West, 1935

Adams Pharmacy ledger documenting the purchase of poison by Elmer M. Archer, Los Angeles, 1926

Handwritten envelope from extortionist to Mae West, 1935

Letter from murder victim Fay Sudow to Fred Allen (Alfred W. Allen), 1920

Black leather bag obtained as evidence in Fay Sudow murder case, Los Angeles, 1920

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