San Quentin, California. Thomas J. Mooney was convicted of murder in connection with the bomb explosion during the Preparedness
Parade in 1916 ...
Full caption: San Quentin, California. Thomas J. Mooney was convicted of murder in connection with the bomb explosion during
the Preparedness Parade in 1916, and is serving a life sentence in San Quentin. He has served about fifteen years and will
be tried on May 22nd on an old indictment which was never dismissed. The above photo taken today by the prison photographer
at San Quentin Prison shows (front row sitting) left to right: John F. Finerty, Tom Mooney and Frank P. Walsh. Standing: left
to right, Ed Nockels, labor leader and Leo Gallagher, conferring with Mooney. [1933. Photograph by International News Photos,
Local Call Number:
BANC PIC 1905.02848--PIC
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