[Left] Warren K. Billings on stand in high court hearing on pardon plea. Note the prisoner's almost civilian garb in ...
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Photographs Regarding the 1916 Preparedness Day Parade Bombing, 1916-1933
BANC PIC 1905.02856b--B
The Bancroft Library
Full caption: Left] Warren K. Billings on stand in high court hearing on pardon plea. Note the prisoner's almost civilian garb in which he appeared at quiz. [Right] View of dramatic setting in which Billings told his remarkable story of his connection with the labor movement and the events which led to his conviction on charge of being responsible for the preparedness day bomb in San Francisco 14 years ago. Billings is seen perched on a high stool with his back against a steel studded door, surrounded by the justices. [Warren K. Billings; Justice Langdon, Justice Curtiss, Justice Schenk, Justice Seawell, Chief-Justice Waste, Court Reporter, Justice John Preston, Warren K. Billings. Clipping from San Francisco Post Examiner. 1930. Photographs by Howard Robbins. Glued to No. 02856a. Group picture duplicate of No. 02856, O2856a.]
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