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Father William Edward Riker supposedly buried the body of a woman, Mrs. Margaret White, at this house at 3679 Motor Ave., Culver City. He is accused of the crime by Mrs. Evelyn Rosenkrantz, now serving a life sentence in San Quentin as a habitual criminal. Riker was cleared of the charges and released when police failed to find any evidence to support the accusation. Caretaker F. J. Hudson is standing in front of the house on April 26, 1929.
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00046222 HeraldÂ Examiner Collection HE box 2177. CARL0000050057 http://22.214.171.124/cdm/ref/collection/photos/id/22835
Riker, William Edward Rosenkrantz, Evelyn Hudson, F. J White, Margaret Cults--California Dwellings--California--Culver City Crime--California Herald-Examiner Collection photographs