Two photographs placed side-by-side, each displaying an enlarged right fingerprint. Thirteen-points of comparison are drawn on each image. The prints were believed to belong to William Edward Hickman, who kidnapped and murdered 12-year old Marion Parker in December of 1927.
Photograph of dentist Dr. Leonard Siever in cap and gown, and two other students, on a page from the graduation program for the University of Southern California, College of Dentistry. The student above him is named Jack and the student below him is named Ronald (possibly Ronald B. Slater).
Man in suit, tie, and hat, squatting in hole dug near Montecito Drive, holding string in one hand, pointing with the other toward open box weighted down with rock, reading One Pound Edgemont Butter Crackers
Photograph of a “Golden Rule” notebook belonging to William Edward Hickman. Hickman kidnapped for ransom and murdered Marion Parker, aged 12. The notebook was retrieved after Hickman's capture in Echo, Oregon, and was investigated to ascertain whether Hickman had a female accomplice in Parker’s kidnapping. It is not clear whether the notebook was photographed in 1927 or 28. Hickman was executed at San Quentin, October 19, 1928.
2-page handwritten letter, photographed pinned to board, from Fay Sudow, addressed to Fred Allen, 711 Central Bldg., Main and 6th St., Los Angeles, Cal., with 2 envelopes, 1 postmarked Chicago, Ill., Oct 16, 5 PM, 1920, with the logo of Morrison Hotel and Terrace Garden, Chicago, and 1 postmarked Plymouth, Ill., Oct 27, 2 PM, 1920. Fay Sudow's attorney was named Alfred W. Allen, with an office at 485 Central Bldg.