Photograph of Motorcycle Officer Howard J. Garner kneeling over a pile of linens in the apartment of William Edward Hickman. garner is photographed between an unmade cot and an upholstered chair. He examines an item with a name stitched into the cloth.
Three men stand next to a 1920s era automobile parked on the street in front of the Bellevue Arms apartments, 1170 Bellevue Avenue, where William Edward Hickman, confessed kidnapper and murderer, rented an apartment (No. 315).
Dr. Paul E. Bowers, psychiatrist, photographed seated, wearing a three-piece-suit and tie. Bowers acted as expert witness for the prosecution against William Edward Hickman, convicted for the kidnap and murder of Marion Parker, age 12.
A photograph of William Edward Hickman, who kidnapped and murdered 12-year-old Marion Parker, shortly after his apprehension. He was given the death penalty and executed in 1928. Hickman has his back exposed to the camera and face turned to the side.