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Part of throng that gathered for Mooney trial. San Francisco, California. Thomas J. Mooney was convicted of murder in connection
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Full caption: Part of throng that gathered for Mooney trial. San Francisco, California. Thomas J. Mooney was convicted of murder in connection with the bomb explosion during the Preparedness Parade in 1916, and is serving a life sentence in San Quentin. He has served about fifteen years and will soon be tried on an old indictment which was never dismissed. Photo shows portion of crowd of 3000 that gathered in Portsmouth Square here today as the way was being paved to bring the famous prisoner to trial May 22nd on an old indictment. Mounted police keep the milling throngs moving and broke up demonstration. [1933. Photograph by International News Photos, Inc.]