Apparently the personal album of photographer George W. Blum, this scrapbook documents numerous San Francisco murder cases.
Includes photographs of victims in the morgue and at crime scenes, mug shots of suspects, newsclippings, and occasional street
views. The most prominent cases included are the Preparedness Day Parade bombing of 1916 (with Thomas Mooney et al.), and
the Virginia Rappe murder case (with morgue photos and a mug shot of Fatty Arbuckle taken by Blum.)
1 album (ca. 270 photographic prints and newsclippings) and 1 box (ca. 35 items, chiefly newsclippings and photographic prints)
10 digital objects (10 images)
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