Chinese civic leaders Peter Soohoo and Dr. S.J. Lin reassure Captain of Detectives Bert Wallis that gang warfare will not escalate in the Los Angeles Chinese community. From left to right, Dr. Lin, Bert Wallis, and Peter Soohoo.
Chinese civic leaders Peter Soohoo and Dr. S.J. Lin reassure Captain of Detectives Bert Wallis and Chief Joseph Taylor that gang warfare in the Chinese Los Angeles community will not escalate, despite recent skirmishes.
A similar photograph, with 11 men, including 4 appearing in this image, appears with the Los Angeles Times article "All Fools' Club Prepares for its Annual Get-Together: Angelenos Born on April 1 Will Have Party; Session Attended by 11 Members of Board," March 28, 1940
Kidnapping victim Mary B. Skeele, wearing coat, face obscured by blindfold, outside door of the bungalow house of Luella Pearl Hammer where she had been held, with son Franklin B. Skeele behind her holding her elbows, Detective Joe Taylor at left, and 2 or 3 other men visible through doorway inside house, with dirt backyard, trash, tree, and potted plants foreground and background
This photograph appears with the article, "Net Tightens on Couple in Skeele Kidnap Case, Ransom Note Typewriter Found; Man Suspect Ex-Convict; Grand Jury Action Sought," Los Angeles Times, February 10, 1933
From left to right: Police Commissioner Raymond Kleinberger; Captain Harry Seager; Police Chief James Davis; Joe Taylor. Chief Davis is shaking hands with Joe Taylor before a desk strewn with documents.