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Finding Aid to Photographs Regarding the 1916 Preparedness Day Parade Bombing, 1916-1933
BANC PIC 1905.02825-.02856--PIC  
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[Crowd gathered around bomb explosion site. Corner of Steuart and Market Streets, San Francisco. During Preparedness Day Parade, July 22, 1916.] BANC PIC 1905.02825--PIC

 

[Crowd gathered around bomb explosion site. Corner of Steuart and Market Streets, San Francisco. During Preparedness Day Parade, July 22, 1916.] BANC PIC 1905.02826--PIC

 

[Lacking.] BANC PIC 1905.02827--PIC

 

[Bomb explosion site. Corner of Steuart and Market Streets, San Francisco. During Preparedness Day Parade, July 22, 1916.] [Cropped duplicate of No. 02829.] BANC PIC 1905.02828--PIC

 

Scene of bomb explosion at the corner of Steuart and Market streets, during the Preparedness Parade, Saturday, July 22, 1916. One marcher in the parade was killed and seven spectators were killed and forty injured. [Duplicate of No. 02828.] BANC PIC 1905.02829--A

 

[Unidentified men, including police officers, inspect site of bomb explosion. Corner of Steuart and Market Streets, San Francisco. During Preparedness Day Parade, July 22, 1916.] BANC PIC 1905.02830--PIC

 

Frederick J. Koster addressing Law and Order meeting at Civic Auditorium, Wed. July 26 16 [i.e. 1916]. BANC PIC 1905.02831--A

 

[San Francisco] Chief of Police Gus White (center wearing fedora hat). BANC PIC 1905.02832--PIC

 

[San Francisco Police] Capt. Chas [i.e. Charles] Goff. Nelson. Mooney Case. Apr. 26, 1933. BANC PIC 1905.02833--PIC

 

[Courtroom scene. Thomas Mooney Case, 1933? Photograph by C.V. Estey.] BANC PIC 1905.02834--A

 

Bourke Cochran. Thos. [i.e. Thomas] Mooney. Nolan [i.e. Edward D. Nolan] (leaning on rail). BANC PIC 1905.02835--A

 

Justice John Preston of Calif. Supreme Court who acted as "prosecutor" in the Billings pardon hearing (Mooney Case). [Photograph by International New Photos, Inc.] BANC PIC 1905.02836--PIC

 

[Tom Mooney. 1933.] BANC PIC 1905.02837--PIC

 

[Tom Mooney. 1933.] BANC PIC 1905.02838--PIC

 

[Tom Mooney. 1933.] BANC PIC 1905.02839--PIC

 

[Tom Mooney. 1933.] BANC PIC 1905.02840--PIC

 

[Tom Mooney and unidentified man signing papers. 1933.] BANC PIC 1905.02841--PIC

 

[Tom Mooney and unidentified man at cell door, San Francisco Jail. 1933.] BANC PIC 1905.02842--PIC

 

[Tom Mooney. 1933.] BANC PIC 1905.02843--PIC

 

[Lacking.] BANC PIC 1905.02844--PIC

 

Tom Mooney & H.R. Hill, Post Enquirer reporter at S.F. [i.e. San Francisco] Jail, May 19, 1933, on occasion [of] Mooney's return from San Quentin for trial before Louis Ward on old indictment in bomb murders other than the one on wh [i.e. which] he was or BANC PIC 1905.02845--PIC

 

Tom Mooney. May 19, 1933. Returned from San Quentin for trial in S.F. [i.e. San Francisco] before Judge Louis J. Ward on old indictment in the Preparedness Day bomb murders. BANC PIC 1905.02846--PIC

 

[Tom Mooney, left, and H.R. Hill, reporter for [Oakland?] Post Enquirer. San Francisco Jail. May 19, 1933.] BANC PIC 1905.02847--PIC

 

San Quentin, California. Thomas J. Mooney was convicted of murder in connection with the bomb explosion during the Preparedness Parade in 1916 ... BANC PIC 1905.02848--PIC

Additional Note

Full caption: San Quentin, California. Thomas J. Mooney was convicted of murder in connection with the bomb explosion during the Preparedness Parade in 1916, and is serving a life sentence in San Quentin. He has served about fifteen years and will be tried on May 22nd on an old indictment which was never dismissed. The above photo taken today by the prison photographer at San Quentin Prison shows (front row sitting) left to right: John F. Finerty, Tom Mooney and Frank P. Walsh. Standing: left to right, Ed Nockels, labor leader and Leo Gallagher, conferring with Mooney. [1933. Photograph by International News Photos, Inc.]
 

Police keep Mooney crowd on move. San Francisco, California. Thomas J. Mooney was convicted of murder in connection with the ... BANC PIC 1905.02849--PIC

Additional Note

Full caption: Police keep Mooney crowd on move. San Francisco, California. Thomas J. Mooney was convicted of murder in connection with the bomb explosion during the Preparedness Parade in 1916, and is serving a life sentence in San Quentin. He has served about fifteen years and will soon be tried on an old indictment which was never dismissed. The above photo is scene taken during proceedings for a new Mooney trial. police keep the crowds on the move to avoid demonstrations. [1933. Photograph by International News Photos, Inc.]
 

Part of throng that gathered for Mooney trial. San Francisco, California. Thomas J. Mooney was convicted of murder in connection ... BANC PIC 1905.02850--PIC

Additional Note

Full caption: Part of throng that gathered for Mooney trial. San Francisco, California. Thomas J. Mooney was convicted of murder in connection with the bomb explosion during the Preparedness Parade in 1916, and is serving a life sentence in San Quentin. He has served about fifteen years and will soon be tried on an old indictment which was never dismissed. Photo shows portion of crowd of 3000 that gathered in Portsmouth Square here today as the way was being paved to bring the famous prisoner to trial May 22nd on an old indictment. Mounted police keep the milling throngs moving and broke up demonstration. [1933. Photograph by International News Photos, Inc.]
 

Mooney family hears trial date set. San Francisco, California. Left to right above are shown: Mrs. Belle Hammerberg, Mrs. Mooney's ... BANC PIC 1905.02851--PIC

Additional Note

Full caption: Mooney family hears trial date set. San Francisco, California. Left to right above are shown: Mrs. Belle Hammerberg, Mrs. Mooney's sister; Madeleine Wieland, Billing's [i.e. Warren K. Billings'] cousin; Mrs. Mary Mooney, mother; John Mooney, brother and Anna Mooney, sister of Thomas J. Mooney. Photo was taken during proceedings in court here today for a new Mooney trial on May 22nd. Thomas J. Mooney was convicted of murder in connection with the bomb explosion during the Preparedness Parade in 1916, and is serving a life sentence in San Quentin. He has served about fifteen years and will be tried on an old indictment which was never dismissed. [1933. Photograph by International News Photos, Inc.]
 

Oxman [i.e. Frank C. Oxman, witness]. BANC PIC 1905.02852--PIC

 

Ed Nockels, Chicago Labor executive. Atty. Frank P. Walsh. Atty. Finerty of Washington. Mooney Case. S.F. Apr. 26, 1933. BANC PIC 1905.02853--PIC

 

District Attorney Brady and Frank P. Walsh. San Francisco, California. Thomas J. Mooney was convicted of murder in connection with ... BANC PIC 1905.02854--PIC

Additional Note

Full caption: District Attorney Brady and Frank P. Walsh. San Francisco, California. Thomas J. Mooney was convicted of murder in connection with the bomb explosion during the Preparedness Parade in 1916, and is serving a life sentence in San Quentin. He has served about fifteen years and will be tried on May 22nd on an old indictment which was never dismissed. Photo shows District Attorney Matthew Brady (left) and Frank P. Walsh (right), Defense Attorney. [1933. Photograph by International News Photos, Inc.]
 

Noted Hearst writer at White House. Wash., D.C.... Arthur Brisbane (left), distinguished writer for the Hearst newspapers, and James T. Williams, Jr., editorial writer, leave the White House after seeing president Hoover. [Reporters covering Thomas Mooney case?] [1932] BANC PIC 1905.02855--PIC

 

Billing's [i.e. Warren K. Billings'] parole [actually pardon] hearing. [Copy print of No. 02856a. Photograph by Howard Robbins.] BANC PIC 1905.02856--PIC

 

[Pardon hearing for Warren K. Billings. August 15, 1930. Left to right: court reporter, Warren K. Billings, Justice John Preston, court reporter, Chief Justice Waste, Justice Seawell, Justice Schenk, Justice Curtiss, Justice Langdon. Photograph by Howard Robbins. Glued to No. 02856b] BANC PIC 1905.02856a--B

 

[Left] Warren K. Billings on stand in high court hearing on pardon plea. Note the prisoner's almost civilian garb in ... BANC PIC 1905.02856b--B

Additional Note

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.]