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Chief investigator George Contreras, seated in a biplane on his way to Oregon during the hunt for kidnapper and murderer William Edward Hickman, Los Angeles, 1927

John B. Nash heads a line of courthouse spectators at the Hickman kidnap and murder trial, Los Angeles, 1927 or 28

Sheriffs searching spectators at the courthouse during the Hickman kidnap and murder trial, Los Angeles, 1928

Police dusting for fingerprints in a Ford coup, possibly related to the Hickman kidnap and murder case, Los Angeles, 1927

Ransom note sent to Perry M. Parker, father of kidnap victim Marion Parker, from William Edward Hickman, Los Angeles, 1927

Police Captain E. Raymond Cato and Detective Harry Raymond during the Hickman kidnap and murder trial, Los Angeles, 1928

Frank Dewar, Buck Lieuallen, and Eugene Biscailuz during the Hickman kidnapping and murder trial, Los Angeles, 1927-1928

People lined up at the courthouse to view judicial proceedings for William Edward Hickman, kidnapper and murderer, Los Angeles, 1928

Crowds in front of the Courthouse during the Hickman kidnap and murder trial, Los Angeles, 1927-1928

Reporters Carlton Williams, Jackson Berger, William Phillips and other before their flight to Oregon to cover the William Edward Hickman extradition, Los Angeles, 1927

Courtroom spectators being searched during the Hickman kidnap and murder trial, Los Angeles, 1927-1928

Crowds near the Courthouse during the Hickman kidnapping and murder trial, Los Angeles, 1927 or 28

Helen Seelye and Ina Branson, prosecution witnesses in the Hickman kidnapping and murder trial, Los Angeles, 1928

Marion Parker and her twin sister Marjorie in matching outfits, Los Angeles, ca. 1924

Thirteen-point fingerprint comparison purported to belong to William Edward Hickman, Los Angeles, 1927 or 28

Dr. A. L. Skoog, assistant jailer Roy Bogle, and defense attorney Jerome Walsh, Los Angeles, 1928

Home of Marion Parker, kidnap and murder victim, Los Angeles, 1927 or 1928

Marion Parker, Los Angeles, ca. 1924

Notebook belonging to kidnapper and murderer William Edward Hickman, Los Angeles, 1927 or 28

Dr. Benjamin Blank and Sergeant Howard L. Barlow analyze the fingerprints of William Edward Hickman, Los Angeles, 1928

Courtroom filled with men and women attending the arraignment of William Edward Hickman, confessed kidnapper and murderer, Los Angeles, 1927


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