Officer Lieuallen, along with police Chief Tom Gurdane (not in photo), captured Hickman in Echo, Oregon, after an 8-day manhunt. It is not clear whether this photo was taken during Hickman's post-extradition arraignment in December of 1927, or his trial in 1928.
This photograph appears with the article, “Founding of Los Angeles Re-enacted at Colorful Pageant on Olvera Street With Biscailuz as de Neve: City’s Birthday Date Marked in Festivities,” Los Angeles Times, 05 Sep. 1935: A1.
Five men, in suits and ties, standing behind table set with plates and glasses, with windows and mural in background. The 2 men at ends are unidentied. The 3 men in center are: Sheriff's Department aero squad captain Claude F. Morgan, Sheriff Eugene Biscailuz, and aviator and hotel manager P.G.B. Morriss.
Eugene Biscailuz, in vest and tie, catcher's mask, chest protector, and baseball glove, standing on baseball field near home plate, with wreath of flowers at left, another man in suit and tie at right, baseball players and audience in stands in background
Eugene Biscailuz, holding paper, and Clem Peoples, speaking on telephone, both in suits and ties, standing at counter with drawers, with about 16 men gathered around them, with wire walls and door marked COURT in background, pipes and alarm light on ceiling