Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds. This photograph appears with the article, "Fight Lost By Guttman: Jury Convicts in Sewell Case After Being Out Three Days; Defendant Goes to Jail," Los Angeles Times, 13 Jul. 1935: A1. Deputy Sheriff Herbert Young searches Henry Guttman, who has just been convicted of stealing $44,000 from Mrs. Blanche Sewell, a widow with whom he had a relationship. Another man with a badge looks on in the background. They stand at the entry of the jail, with Guttman grabbing the bars behind him. Handwritten on negative: L to R Henry Guttman, Herbert Young 7-12-35 Text from negative sleeve: 1047- Henry Guttman. Dep Shr. Herbert Young. Guttman goes to jail. 7-12-35. [Stamped:] Jul 18 1935 Text from newspaper caption: Goes to Jail After Conviction: Henry Guttman, who was convicted on theft charges brought by Mrs. Blanche Sewell, wealthy Beverly Hills widow, is being searched by Deputy Jailer Herbert Young before being locked up.
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Jails--California--Los Angeles Criminals--California--Los Angeles Guttman, Henry Young, Herbert