California: 1911. Single sheet measuring 8 ½ x 11 inches. Two vertical folds, two holes punched at upper margin, very good condition overall. Very Good. Item #List812
An uncommon survival, possibly published by the Santa Clara County Sherriff’s Office, showing two wanted criminals from 1911, who were travelling together. The first, a C.K. Paullins, was the editor of the Rocky Mountain Moose and is wanted for embezzlement. The second, a Ruby J. Stanley, alias Lillian Raymond, is known as “Kentucky.” According to the flyer, “This woman is very well known in the tenderloin of Los Angeles and Fresno. She dresses in the latest style and wears fancy dresses… These people work all kinds of schemes to make money. I wish you would keep a sharp lookout for these parties… W.J. Newman, Constable, Visalia, California. Dated October 23, 1911.”.