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Mark L. Herron, Gavin Craig, and Walter L. Bowers during the Italo bribery trial, Los Angeles, 1934
Date Created and/or Issued
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Los Angeles Times
Contributing Institution
UCLA, Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library
Los Angeles Times Photographic Archives
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Gavin W. Craig has surrendered on a Federal indictment charging him and two others with conspiracy to bribe government prosecutors in the Italo mail fraud case.
Judge Craig sits in front of an open ledger, Herron and Bowers sitting on either side of him, also looking at the ledger.
Photograph appears with the article, "Jurist Says Bribe Case "Politics"," Los Angeles Times, 07 Oct 1934: 1.
Handwritten on negative: Atty Mark L Herron Judge Gavin W. Craig H. H. Walter L. Bowers
Text from negative sleeve: HERRON, MARK L. ATTY.
Text from newspaper caption: Attorney Mark L. Herron and Judge Gavin W. Craig as they sat before United States Commissioner Head and heard indictment reading in Italo bribery plot case.
b&w nitrate negative
No linguistic content
Law & legal affairs--California--Los Angeles
Lawyers--California--Los Angeles
Judges--California--Los Angeles
Bowers, Walter Lewis, 1883-1958
Herron, Mark Leo, 1894-1968
Craig, Gavin W. (Gavin William), 1878-
Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection

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