This photograph appears with the article, "STATE FORGES NEW LINK AGAINST WOMAN SUSPECT: Clerk Tells of Hammer Purchase by Woman; Mrs. Phillips Sees Her Sister in Jail Find Duplicate of Weapon Used in Brutal Meadows Killing STORE CLERK IS LOCATED,"Los Angeles Times, 19 July 1922: II1.
This photograph, cropped and reversed, appears with Los Angeles Times article, November 6, 1922, "Cafe Owner is Murdered, Crumpled Corpse Found Under Bridge Identified, Widow Comes to Los Angeles to Aid Police, Believe Rich Oaklander Was Killed For Money."
Robert S. James and Samuel Silverman, both in suits and ties, standing, with chalkboard or easel at right, bailiff and another man behind them, man at rolltop desk in foreground, crowded courtroom in background
Adolfo Carsi seated at the witness stand and looking at the judge at the coroner's jury. Two men are seated behind him. Carsi had strangled his wife, Florence Carsi, because he suspected her of infidelity.