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3/4 length portrait of Walburga Oesterreich, circa 1930

14-year-old Mildred Douglas, reported missing, Los Angeles, January 1940

14-year-old Mildred Douglas, reported missing, Los Angeles, January 1940

17-year-old Donald Rogers, charged with shooting and killing 11-year-old Marilyn Bunker, Los Angeles, 1940

17-year-old Donald Rogers, charged with shooting and killing 11-year-old Marilyn Bunker, Los Angeles, 1940

17-year-old Donald Rogers with his foster mother Bertha Fehrenschild, Los Angeles, 1940

200-inch, 20-ton lens for the future Hale Telescope, after its arrival in Pasadena, CA. Circa April 10, 1936.

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

Abe Schwartz, a juror for 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

A. Brigham Rose, William G. Bonelli, Carlos S. Hardy, and Merle Templeton at the liquor license bribe trial, Oct. 1939 - May 1940

Acala Cotton Growers Association of Coachella Valley exhibit at the Southern California Fair, Riverside, 1926

Accused killer Louise Peete is escorted to court by her husband and a bailiff, Los Angeles, 1921

Accused killer Louise Peete is escorted to court by her husband Richard Peete (on her left) and bailiff Martin Aguirre, Los Angeles, 1921

Accused murderer Clara Phillips is escorted to court, Los Angeles, 1922

Accused murderer Fred Stettler showing Capt. Bert Wallis and Det. Lt. Miles Ledbetter money Stettler had stolen and hidden in a potato sack at his home

Accused murderer Fred Stettler showing Capt. Bert Wallis and Det. Lt. Miles Ledbetter money Stettler had stolen and hidden in a potato sack at his home

Accused murderer Fred Stettler showing Capt. Bert Wallis money Stettler had stolen and hidden in a potato sack at his home


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