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Kidnapping victim William F. Gettle's four children, after their father's safe return home. Circa May 15, 1934.

Murder suspect Robert S. James listening to an unidentified lawyer as he sits on the witness stand, Los Angeles, 1936

Newspaper clipping featuring Mata Hari, an exotic dancer, courtesan and alleged spy, Los Angeles

Grand jury debating the case of Racine Oil Co. President Jack Allen, who is accused of violating the state gasoline tax law, Los Angeles, 1929-1930

Jack "Diamondfield" Davis, a Nevada prospector who struck it rich after being pardoned for murder, Los Angeles, 1930s

House where William F. Gettle was kept during his kidnapping, La Crescenta, 1934

Axe used by Louis R. Payne in the murders of Carrie L. and Robert Payne, circa June 4, 1934

Axe used by Louis R. Payne in the murders of Carrie L. and Robert Payne, circa June 4, 1934

Louis Rude Payne, with father Lucius Payne at his side, at his inquest for the murder of his mother and brother. June 6, 1934.

Beverly Hills Chief of Police Charles C. Blair, District Attorney Buron Fitts, and Gettle family lawyer Ernest E. Noon, Beverly Hills, 1934

William F. Gettle, Beverly Hills millionaire, is returned home after his kidnapping, Beverly Hills, 1934.

Kidnapping victim William F. Gettle's four children, after their father's safe return home. Circa May 15, 1934.

Beverly Hills home of William F. Gettle, kidnapping victim. May 1934.

Sidney T. Graves, former L.A. County Supervisor, awaiting imprisonment in San Quentin.

Sidney T. Graves, former L.A. County Supervisor, being transferred to San Quentin Penitentiary.

Louis Rude Payne lies on couch, with father Lucius Payne at his side. June 5, 1934.

Louis Rude Payne, with father Lucius Payne at his side, at his inquest for the murder of his mother and brother. June 6, 1934.

Louis Rude Payne stands with detectives Wallis and Whitehead at his inquest, June 6, 1934

Louis Rude Payne lies on couch, with father Lucius Payne at his side. June 5, 1934.

Sidney T. Graves, former L.A. County Supervisor, awaiting imprisonment in San Quentin.

Sidney T. Graves, former L.A. County Supervisor, being transferred to San Quentin Penitentiary.

Sidney T. Graves, former L.A. County Supervisor, awaiting imprisonment in San Quentin.

Kidnapping victim William F. Gettle's four children at play, after their father's safe return home. Circa May 15, 1934.

Kidnappers of William F. Gettle plead guilty to his abduction, Los Angeles, 1934.

William F. Gettle's kidnappers leave the L.A. county courthouse after being charged with the crime of extortion through the mails. May 28, 1934.

District Attorney Buron Fitts and his sister Mrs. Berthal Gregory appear with their attorneys, Los Angeles, 1934

Photographs of William F. Gettle, likely used in connection to his kidnapping case, circa May 9, 1934.

Louis Rude Payne, with father Lucius Payne at his side, at his inquest for the murder of his mother and brother. June 6, 1934.


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