Public domain Material is in the public domain. No restrictions on use.
Title from container. From the Joseph R. Knowland collection at the Oakland History Room, Oakland Public Library. Kelly's Army was "an army of unemployed that was organized in San Francisco in 1914, an offshoot from the I.W.W." - index card. The caption for the photograph as published in the Oakland Tribune, March 5, 1914 reads: "In the center group are, left to right, Chief of Police August Vollmer of Berkeley, Deputy Sheriff Jack Collier, Marshal Ed Carey of Emeryville, Chief of Police W. J. Petersen of Oakland (delivering the order), police Sergeant Schroeder, police Captain Thorwald Brown, police Captain Charles Bock and "General" (Charles T.) Kelly." Marshal Ed Carey would later become a leading target of Earl R. Warren's campaign to clean up corruption in Emeryville. Number in collection : 106.
Labor movement - United States - History - Pictorial works Unemployment - United States - Protest movements - Pictorial works Kelly, Charles T. - Portraits Vollmer, August, 1876-1955 - Portraits Petersen, Walter J. - Portraits Carey, Ed - Portraits Oakland (Calif.). Police Dept. - History - Pictorial works Emeryville (Calif.). Police Dept. - History - Pictorial works