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Title
Police officers (including Tom Bradley) from the Newton St. Police Station, Los Angeles
Date Created and/or Issued
[1940s?]
1940/1949
Contributing Institution
UCLA, Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library
Collection
Walter L. Gordon, Jr./William C. Beverly, Jr. Collection
Rights Information
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Description
All information concerning the content and description of the image was provided by Walter Gordon.
Members of the police baseball team, The Saints, posing for a team photo. In the back row, third from the left, is Tom Bradley. Back row, third from the right, is Red Davis. In the front row, far left, is a man with the last name Green, who later became a judge. Second from the left is Kenneth (Kenny) Harris. The other men in the photograph are unidentified.
Inscription: "To Mr. Gordon, Thanks For Everything, The Saints"
Identifier
Collection 1867 Box 1 Folder 5
YRLSC_gordonphotos_0132
ark:/21198/zz0025p5f8
Language
No linguistic content
Subject
Legal
African American police--California--Los Angeles
African American baseball players--California--Los Angeles
Davis, Red, b. 14 or 15
Harris, Kenneth
Bradley, Tom, 1917-1998
Source
Walter L. Gordon, Jr./William C. Beverly, Jr. Collection

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