Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds. Hickman sits on a bench with his hands folded on top of a pile of blankets in his lap. Photograph appears with the article, "A notice Kidnapping," Los Angeles Times, 17 June 1934: J4. Seventeen people - men, women and children have during the past thirteen years been kidnapped by seventeen different kidnappers. They have all been captured by the authorities and several have been executed. Hickman was the only kidnapper who received any ransom money but he was apprehended before he could spend very much of it. Handwritten on negative: Wm Edward Hickman Text from negative sleeve: HICKMAN, WILLIAM EDWARD Text from newspaper caption: From the top of the "C" to the bottom: Gordon Stewart Northrop, Edward Hickman, Luella Pearl Hammer and E. H. Van Dorn. The first two were hanged. The second two were jailed.
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Criminals--California--Los Angeles County Blankets Kidnappings--California--Los Angeles County Hickman, William Edward, 1908-1928