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The "Curly Boss." Abe Ruef during the graft trials. 1907. [With enlarged copy print.]
The "Big Four" graft prosecutors (left to right) Frances J. Heney, William J. Burns, Fremont Older and Rudolph Spreckels.
[With duplicate print captioned: "Heney, Burns, Older, R. Spreckels."]
[Frances J.] Heney, [Fremont] Older, ?, [Rudolph] Spreckels, [William J.] Burns.
[Abe] Ruef -- (pointing).
Left to right: 1. Wm. [i.e. William] J. Burns. 2. Fremont Older. 3. Woman. 4. Patrick J. Heney. 5. ? 6. Rudolph Spreckels.
[Unidentified men in car, outside of court house.]
The Misses Calhoun, Pat Calhoun, Stanley Moore and Earl Rodgers. Graft prosecution. San Francisco. 1907-1908.
Pat Calhoun. Going to court before Judge Lawlor. 1907.
Pat Calhoun (right) and a friend during a court recess. 1908.
Abe Ruef on way to San Quentin.
Henry Ach -- one of Abe Ruef attys. in whispered conversation with Ruef. Ex Chief Biggey at left. [With two duplicate prints.]