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Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds. Former Redondo Beach school superintendent Elliot B. Thomas has been sentenced to serve one to fourteen years at San Quentin Penitentiary for the forgery of pay vouchers drawn against the County Treasury. He has misappropriated approximately $10,000. Photograph appears with the article, "Thomas Given Prison Term," Los Angeles Times, 08 Nov 1932: A3. Thomas and Penney stand in the courtroom with their hands behind their backs. Text from negative sleeve: THOMAS, ELLIOTT B. KIDNAP CASE, [stamped:] 1932 Handwritten on negative: LtR George Penney + Elliott B. Thomas Text from newspaper caption: Listening to Sentence Elliot B. Thomas, right, standing beside his attorney, George Penney, while judge sentences former school head for forgery.
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Lawyers--California--Los Angeles Criminals--California--Los Angeles Judicial proceedings--California--Los Angeles School superintendents--California--Los Angeles Forgeries Thomas, Elliot Boal, b. 1896-1981 Penney, George, b. 1897 or 98