Telegram text reads: FRED ALLEN WILL COME WHEN NEEDED PLEASE LET ME NO HOW MUCH TIME I HAVE WHEN TRIAL COMES UP IF TRIAL CAN BE POSTPONED FOR A WHILE WIRE ANSWER AT ONCE SO I WILL KNOW WHAT ARRANGEMENTS TO MAKE AND HOW MUCH TIME I HAVE FAY SUDOW
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.
Textured black leather bag with handle and clasp at top, flat bottom, on edge of round table with bookcase in background. Bag is wrapped with 2 thin ropes and affixed with address label from Fred W. Wolf to Alfred Allen, and shipping label marked Collect.
Middle left: Paper tag torn along upper and lower perforations, reading (printed): Customer's Memorandum, Union Suit, Vest, Drawers, 40, Date, 191, Book no. Check no. (Handwritten): 2, 1.75, 3.50, [86? 06?], 11-15, 8 [Stamped]: NOV 15, 510, 3
Photograph of George Contreras (left), Los Angeles County investigator, holding what appear to be bone fragments, and district attorney Asa Keyes, seated behind a trench in a basement. A shovel with torn fabric draped over it is on the left and a man behind them holds a candle.
A photograph of Mr. and Mrs. Bowers appears with the article "Bride Denies Murder Plot; Says Plan to Poison Husband Was Only Joke; Man Confesses Part After Phone Talk Heard; Husband and Pastor Will be Questioned Today," Los Angeles Times, March 11, 1926
Another court document for a C. C. Julian case has a caption identifying it as an exhibit in a case in Judge Doran's court (image ark no. 21198/zz002cv8xp). Proceedings against C. C. Julian in Judge Doran's court are reported in the Los Angeles Times from 1926 through 1928.