Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds. Exterior view of Los Angeles Trust and Savings Bank, Huntington Park Branch, 2-story brick building at corner of Clarendon Avenue and Pacific Boulevard, with crowd of about 25 people on sidewalk and near curb, with 2 men on bicycles at right, boy on bicycle reading newspaper and boy holding stack of newspapers at left. Signs read: Huntington Park Branch, Los Angeles Trust and Savings Bank, Los Angeles, Cal., Capital and Reserve; Clarendon Ave. (on lamppost); S. Pacific Bl. (on curb); Viola J. Miller, School of Dressmaking, Gowns; Schulkinds Building; Chiropractors, Holmes & Holmes; Bluemle & Gibson, Hardware, Rugs, Furniture. This photograph appears with the article “Nab Three As Suspects in Daylight Bank Raid, Five Hold Up Los Angeles Branch, Take Twenty Thousand Dollars, and Speed Away in Auto.” Los Angeles Times, 27 Aug. 1921. Handwritten at edge of negative: Bank Robbery - L.A. Tr & Svg Bk, Huntington Park Text from nitrate negative sleeve: Ca., Huntington Park, nitrates Text from newspaper caption: Unmasked Thieves Make Haul in Skillful Daylight Raid. Huntington Park Branch and How Robbers Worked.
b&w nitrate negative
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Business Media Crime Bank robberies--California--Huntington Park Los Angeles Trust & Savings Bank