James McCaul, No. 3188, was arrested February 5th, 1876, for burglary and was sent to San Quentin for five years. ...
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Jesse Brown Cook Scrapbooks Documenting San Francisco History and Law Enforcement
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Full titleJames McCaul, No. 3188, was arrested February 5th, 1876, for burglary and was sent to San Quentin for five years. On March 16th, 1880, with Lupton and Walker he was sent to San Quentin for twelve years. On September 13th, 1889, he went over again for two years for Robbery in Kern Co. On December 12th, 1891, he was sent over again for six years from San Bernardino.
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