Raymond McKee in front of what appears to be a prison door and prison bars. He is wearing a suit. This photograph was possibly taken after McKee was convicted of grand theft in connection with the Richfield Oil Company, where he was formerly the vice-president.
From left to right, Clarence M. Fuller and Raymond W. McKee stand at center and look to the camera. Both men are dressed in suits and handcuffed together as they report to jail. Clarence Fuller stands facing right as he looks to the camera. He holds a hat in his bandaged right hand. Raymond McKee faces directly to camera. A wrapped package is tucked under his left arm. Another prisoner, standing in partial view along the right edge, is handcuffed to Raymond McKee's left wrist. Behind the men at center, a jail door stands open towards camera. Several men fill the doorway and look to the camera.
This photograph appears with the article “Hitch Prevents Jail Releases, Sixty-Six Held Under Wright Act Disappointed, Rolph Pardons Expected to Reach City Today, Status of New Arrivals in Bastile Debated.” Los Angeles Times, 21 Dec. 1932: A3
Two vehicles sit in partial view and are seen closeup. The vehicle at right is viewed from the passenger side; the front end of the car extends beyond the right frame. Through the rear passenger window, from left to right, Clarence M. Fuller and Raymond W. McKee are visible sitting in the car and looking towards the camera. Another man to the right of Raymond McKee sits in partial shadow. At right, two men sit in the front of the vehicle. The man nearer to camera lights a cigarette and the other man looks to the camera. Behind McKee and Fuller's transport vehicle, another car sits in partial view at left.