Joseph Lionel Fainer (1897-1960) was the special prosecutor in the Harry Raymond bombing case. The collection materials focus
on his involvement with the trial and consist of trial notes, photographs, and clippings.
Joseph Lionel Fainer was born in 1897 in California. He graduated from the University of California at Berkeley and practiced
criminal law in San Francisco and Oakland before coming to Los Angeles in 1927. He spent the rest of his life in Southern
California and died on August 21, 1960 in San Marino.
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