Woman in skirt and jacket, standing on dirt road lined with pine trees, with small container in her hands, with bear cub on hind legs near her, about as high as woman's shoulders, slightly blurred by motion, with car partially visible at right
Possibly related to Los Angeles Times article, December 28, 1920: Lost Black Bag Has No Sudow Clew. The black leather bag lost by Mrs Fay Sudow near Chicago … was sent to Alfred W. Allen, Mrs. Sudow’s attorney, by Fred W Wolf of Chicago, who found it on a road … the bag failed to add to the few meager clews with which the police are trying to solve the slaying. …
Eight men, all in suits and ties, most in hats, 4 seated, 4 standing, around table in small room, examining papers from safe deposit box belonging to murder victim Fay Sudow, identified as Raymond Turney, A.L. Lathrop, Fred W. Heatherly, Alfred W. Allen, H.L. McCarron, Bernard Sudow, W.T. Denon, and Don Cameron
Text reads: Dear Mr. Allen. I received your letter. And have left for Cal. the roads are dreadfully bad and I have broke down here at Plymouth Ill. but I hope to be able to leave here in a couple of days. I will be back just as quick as I possible can get there. I would have sold my car and came back by train. But I would have had to make an oftle sacrifice. As second hand cars dont bring hardly any thing. here. And I didn't want to give my car away. Please put the trial off and I will come just as fast as I possible can. I sure will be glad to get back to Cal. As its getting pretty cold out here and does nothing but rain all the time. Hoping this finds you well. With best wishes. Sincerly, Fay Sudow.
Man in suit, tie, and hat, with open suitcase on table in front of him, holding small papers in left and and gothic-style upper-case letter B in right hand, papers and clothes visible in suitcase, in small room with alphabetically-labeled cabinets and drawers in background
Related to Los Angeles Times article, December 13, 1920, and subsequent articles about the murder of Fay Sudow: Demon Slays, Strips Woman. Strollers Find Nude Corpse Under Pile of Leaves. Body Terribly Mutilated to Prevent Identification. Signs of Terrifc Fight by Victim Before Killing.
Telegram text reads: FRED ALLEN WILL COME WHEN NEEDED PLEASE LET ME NO HOW MUCH TIME I HAVE WHEN TRIAL COMES UP IF TRIAL CAN BE POSTPONED FOR A WHILE WIRE ANSWER AT ONCE SO I WILL KNOW WHAT ARRANGEMENTS TO MAKE AND HOW MUCH TIME I HAVE FAY SUDOW