Detective Inspector Dwight Longuevan, seated on the witness stand with notebook in hand, photographed during judicial proceedings for William Edward Hickman, confessed kidnapper and murderer of 12-year-old Marion Parker.
Peggy Caffee was a witness to the murder of Alberta Meadows, 19, who was killed by Clara Phillips, 28 years old, in July 1922. Philips believed Meadows was having an affair with Philips' husband. She was convicted of the murder and sent to San Quentin Prison. She was paroled in 1935.
This photograph appears with the article, "Points Out Spot Where Slayer Caught Victim; Death Scene Pictured; Eyewitness of Killing Tells How Victim Was Pursued and Beaten Down," Los Angeles Times, 15 July, 1922: A1