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House where William F. Gettle was kept during his kidnapping, La Crescenta, 1934

Betty Hardaker, mother convicted of murdering her daughter, sits with her brother Samuel Karnes, Jr. in a courtroom, 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 with her brother Samuel Karnes, Jr. in a courtroom, Los Angeles, 1940

Axe used by Louis R. Payne in the murders of Carrie L. and Robert Payne, circa June 4, 1934

Axe used by Louis R. Payne in the murders of Carrie L. and Robert Payne, circa June 4, 1934

Louis Rude Payne, with father Lucius Payne at his side, at his inquest for the murder of his mother and brother. June 6, 1934.

Beverly Hills Chief of Police Charles C. Blair, District Attorney Buron Fitts, and Gettle family lawyer Ernest E. Noon, Beverly Hills, 1934

State board of equalization member William G. Bonelli and chief liquor control officer Merle Templeton at the liquor license bribe trial, Oct. 1939 - May 1940

East Los Angeles S.R.A director, Samuel J. Ayeroff, at a hearing where he is accused of being a member of the Young Communist League, Feb. 5, 1940

William J. Cook, Edward Levine, and unidentified man at the liquor license bribe trial, Oct. 1939 - May 1940

View of the courtroom where child-murderer Albert Dyer's trial began, Los Angeles, 1937

William F. Gettle, Beverly Hills millionaire, is returned home after his kidnapping, Beverly Hills, 1934.

Kidnapping victim William F. Gettle's four children, after their father's safe return home. Circa May 15, 1934.

Beverly Hills home of William F. Gettle, kidnapping victim. May 1934.


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