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Members of clergy and community leaders gathered regarding recall of District Attorney Thomas Woolwine, 1922

Robert S. James, convicted in Lois Wright morals case and suspect in Mary Emma James murder case, at sentencing, with lawyer Samuel Silverman, 2 filmstrip images, Los Angeles, 1936

Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors hearing tax protests, Los Angeles, 1932

Ruth Lee, Hazel Lee Burgess, and Jack Passin consulting with attorney George Johnson regarding Ruth Lee's injury, 1935

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

Diana Gibson, Billy Burrud, and Marion Bell sign film contracts, Los Angeles, 1935

Judges W. Cloyd Snyder, Frank M. Smith, Victor R. McLucas, John W. Shenk, John F. Tyler, Nathaniel P. Conrey, and Charles R. Barnard, 1932

Immigration office and surrounding buildings, Campo, [1927?]

Deputy Sheriff Joseph S. Sepulveda, circa 1920-1933

Lucas F. Smith seated near desk, 1934

1835 Mexican decree establishing Los Angeles as capital of Alta California, Los Angeles, 1935

Ralph Sheldon in court, Los Angeles, 1930 or 1931

Robert S. James, convicted in Lois Wright morals case and suspect in Mary Emma James murder case, at sentencing, with lawyer Samuel Silverman, Los Angeles, 1936

Robert S. James, convicted in Lois Wright morals case and suspect in Mary Emma James murder case, at sentencing, with lawyer Samuel Silverman, Los Angeles, 1936

Chief Luther Standing Bear in jail, 1935

Charlotte Shelby and attorneys in District Attorney Buron Fitts' office, Los Angeles, 1932

Divorcing husband James A. Cornelius on witness stand, 1938

W. H. Bowers and Olive Orr Brugen-Schmidt Bowers during poison plot trial, Los Angeles, 1926

Robert S. James, suspect in Mary Emma James murder case, and Norris Stensland, deputy sheriff, studying photographs, LosAngeles, 1935 or 1936

Robert S. James, convicted in Lois Wright morals case and suspect in Mary Emma James murder case, at sentencing, with lawyer Samuel Silverman, Los Angeles, 1936

Kidnapping victim Mary B. Skeele testifying in court, Los Angeles, 1933

Actresses Grace Bradley, Toby Wing, Lona Andre at court to obtain contract approvals, Los Angeles, 1933

Chief Luther Standing Bear in jail, 1935

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

Murder suspect Robert S. James sitting on the witness stand with a plan of his house behind him, Los Angeles, 1936

Murder suspect Robert S. James sitting on the witness stand with a plan of his house behind him, Los Angeles, 1936

Murder suspect Robert S. James sitting on the witness stand with a plan of his house behind him, Los Angeles, 1936

Murder suspect Robert S. James standing next to an unidentified man in court, Los Angeles, 1936

Defense attorney Jerry Giesler in court during the trial of accused murderer Paul A. Wright, Los Angeles, 1938.

Dr. George K. Dazey and his attorney, Jerry Giesler, at the trial where Dr. Dazey is accused of the murder of his second wife, Doris S. Dazey, Los Angeles, 1939-1940

Private detective Pearl Antibus appears in court with her daughter Norma Thelan and son Robert Antibus during her trial against millionaire Thomas W. Warner, Sr, Los Angeles, 1938

Private detective Pearl Antibus appears in court with her daughter Norma Thelan and son Robert Antibus during her trial against millionaire Thomas W. Warner, Sr, Los Angeles, 1938

Private detective Pearl Antibus appears in court with her daughter Norma Thelan and son Robert Antibus during her trial against millionaire Thomas W. Warner, Sr, Los Angeles, 1938

Los Angeles District Attorney Buron Fitts and Special Prosecutor Clyde Shoemaker, at Fitts' 1936 perjury trial.

Cowboy film extra Jerome "Blackjack" Ward kisses his wife Mickey Ward during his trial for the murder of fellow extra Johnny Tyke, Los Angeles, July 1940

Deputy Sheriff Bess Bailey escorts Betty Flay Hardaker during her trial for the murder of her daughter, Los Angeles, 1940

Charles Hardaker at the inquest for his wife, Betty Flay Hardaker, Los Angeles, 1940

Betty Hardaker, mother convicted of murdering her daughter, sits in jail after being taken into custody, Los Angeles, 1940

Mrs. Mary E. Smith, an alternate juror on the murder trial of Paul A. Wright, Los Angeles, 1938

Abe Schwartz, a juror for the murder trial of Paul A. Wright, Los Angeles, 1938

Roland West and Harvey Priester in audience for grand jury hearings into death of actress Thelma Todd, circa 1935

Clifford E. Clinton in court after being cited for contempt, circa December 1, 1937

District Attorney Buron Fitts and his sister Mrs. Berthal Gregory appear with their attorneys, Los Angeles, 1934

Betty Flay Hardaker stands at a counter in the Los Angeles County Jail after being taken into custody, Los Angeles, 1940


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