Letter from Walter D. Abel, Chief Engineer of the Corporation Commission, to E. M. Daugherty, Corporation Commissioner about a report on property owned by the Western Lead Mines Company, operated by C. C. Julian. Daugherty investigated the business activities of C. C. Julian throughout the 1920's.
Some excerpts from the correspondence appear in the article, "Spurned Suitor's Love for Slain Girl Pledged by Tender Notes on Playing Cards, Youth Tells Tragic Tale," Los Angeles Times, 17 Apr. 1934: A2.
Door to the jury room photographed during the trial of Louise Peete, accusing of killing Jacob Denton. On the right is a diagram of the 2nd floor of the house of Jacob Denton, where Denton was murdered, with a label reading "Plan of second floor of 675 So. Catalina St. Los Angeles, Cal. Surveyed by County Surveyor. November, 1920. Scale 1" = 2'"
Two cyclists standing next to their bicycles at the start of the Transcontinental Bicycle Relay race in Los Angeles with spectators behind them. A sign on a truck behind them reads: "Official Relief Convoy, Los Angeles - New York Transcontinental Bicycle Relay."
August 10, 1929 letter from C. C. Julian of the New Monte Cristo Mining Co. to its stockholders reporting on the status of the company, and requesting payment of interest on bonds by September 1st, page 1.