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.
Handwritten note relating to images (ark nos. 21198/zz002dd809 and 21198/zz002dd81t) of Mary Fiesel, which reads, "L.A. Times employee (Statistical Dept.) involved w/ "Times" Drama Club + often pictured w/ objects, seized contraband, + other things the Times was illustrating!"
Three threatening notes received by Lalla Vennum, and her mother, that warn the Lalla to marry Ed Mylar. Note #1, "You got her away but it will do no good. Well get both." Note #2, "Warning. Lalla Vennum You and E.D. Mylar must be married within 2 days or you'll both wish you had. K.K.K." Note #3, (mostly illegible), includes "final notice."
Photograph of three forged checks. Two have "California State Prison at San Quentin" printed across the top and the forged signature of James B. Holohan, the warden at San Quentin. The third check has "Office of State Treasurer State of Ohio" printed across the top and is forged with the name of G. T. Roberts.
Mrs. Flora Doering holds baby daughter Jeanne Doering. Mrs. Doering's eyes are on her baby as the younger Doering stares happily at the camera. Mrs. Doering wears a hat and top with a skirt. Jeanne wears a baby cap and a light-colored dress. In the background a partially hidden sign reads, "Department [...] Calendar [...] Tuesdays [...] at 2 P.M. [...] Files must [...] to clerk [...]"