Photograph of Downey Avenue Station, A. postal office employees: Charles Robb (carrier), F. S. Putnam (Superintendent), Winn J. Sanborn (carrier) and Charles Hawthorne (carrier) as they stand on the sidewalk in front of the post office.
J.F. Bourne kneels on one knee in front of an open mailbox. Postmaster Briggs leans over Bourne's shoulder looking inside the mailbox. Behind them stands another man, and on the other side of the open mailbox another man crouches down. It is not distinguished which of these men is Walter Brownsweiger.
Two bandits entered the post office at 6706 South Normandie Avenue and held up customer L'Marie Minter, postmistress May W. Steele and five children - they made off with $111 in cash and 152 money-order blanks.
About 170 people gathered in a vacant lot with steam shovel, truck, color guard with flags, and speakers, with J.B. Irsfeld visible near flags at right center, boy hanging from steam shovel, trucks in left background, buildings in background