Bruno Richard HAUPTMANN
Testifies for Hauptmann. James Streppone (right), a witness for
the defense, pictures as
when questioned by defense
counsel Edward J. Reilly at the trial of Bruno
Richard Hauptmann in the
Hunterdon County court,
Flemington, Feb. 6.
Streppone, who said he owned a radio repair
swore that the late Isador Fisch
had left a package, about the
size of a shoe box, in his shop
one after noon in May,
1933. The Hauptmann defense was attempting to prove that Fisch tried
conceal the Lindbergh ransom money by leaving it with numerous
Hauptmann's surprise witness. Elvert Carlstrom, defense Alibi
witness, who testified at the trial of
Bruno Richard Hauptmann, and
Mrs. Hauptmann in the bakery shop in which Mrs. Hauptmann
the night of March 1, 1932.
To Testify for Hauptmann. Pictured above is Henry Uhlig, friend
of both Bruno Richard Hauptmann
and the late Isador Fisch, who will
testify in Hauptmann's behalf at the Hinterdon County Court,
Flemington, New Jersey, where Hauptmann is on trial charged with the
kidnapping and murder
of Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr. Uhlig is shown
here idenfying a picture of Fisch.
To testify at Hauptman trial. Millard Whited, Lambertville, New
Jersey, lumberman, who will testify that he
saw the dependent in the
vicinity of the Lindbergh home at Hopewell about the time of the
is pictured (left), at the Hunterton County Court,
Flemington, Jan. 21, where Bruno Richard Hauptmann
is being tried
for the kidnapping and murder of Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr.
Lou Harding, and August Von Henke, (right), important Defense
witnesses, pictured at the Hunterdon
county Courthouse, Flemington,
New Jersey, Jan. 31st, when they submitted important testimony
strengthened the defense of Bruno Richard Hauptmann. Harding, (left), who admitted to
conviction, testified that he saw two men, neither of them Hauptmann,
in a car that
contained a ladder similar to Theone used in the
kidnapper, near the scene of the crime.
The above photo made on Jan 22nd. in Flemington, New Jersey,
shows State Senator Joseph Dorn
McCormick, of South Carolina who
testified at the trial of Bruno Richard Hauptmann. McCormick
testified that he sold lumber to the Great
National Mill work and Lumber Corporation, which it is
purchased by the defendent to make the ladder used in the kidnaping.
Pictured above is J.M. Trendley,
handwriting expert who will testify for the defense in the trial
Richard Hauptmann at
Hunterdon county Courthouse, Flemington, New Jersey.
Handwriting expert who testified at Hauptmann trial. John F.
Tyrell, Milwaukee handwriting expert who
testified for the
prosecution in its trial of Bruno Richard Hauptmann for the
kidnapping and murder of
the Lindbergh baby, is pictured examining
specimens of handwriting in the Hunterdon county court
Flemington, Jan. 15, 1935.
Prosecution's witness in Hauptmann trial. Pictured above is David
Hirsch, of the Great National Millwork
and Lumber Corporation,
Bronx, New York city, who testified in the State's behalf on Jan.
Bruno Richard Hauptmann,
bought lumber from his company around the time of the kidnapping.
Prosecution witness in Hauptmann trial. Joseph Kohler, (above)
expert, who as a State
that the wood used in the
ladder used when the Lindbergh baby was
kidnapped is, in his belief,
same as that found in Bruno Richard Hauptmann's home.
testified on Jan. 22.
Dr. Charles A. Mitchell, Mercer County Medical Examiner who
performed the Autopsy on the body of
Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr., is
pictured in the Hunterdon County Court, Flemington, New Jersey,
January 17, before he took the stand to testify at the trial of
Bruno Richard Hauptmann.
Left to right; J. Edgar Hoover, head of the Department of
Justice; General John J. O'Ryan, Police
commissioner of New York and
Colonel Norman Schwartzkopf who headed the Linbergh case
investigation at the outset, are pictured in Greenwich Street police
station when they
questioned Richard R. Hauptman the man in whose
possession was found about
$30,000 of the Linbergh ransom money.
Cameras follow Charles Lindbergh as he enters Hunterdon County
Court in Flemington, New
Jersey for the
second day of the trial of
Bruno Richard Hauptmann, who is charged in the
kidnapping and murder
his son, Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr. January 3, 1935.
Charles Lindbergh on the witness stand where he read ransom notes
which were introduced
as evidence during
the trial of Bruno Richard Hauptmann, who is on trial for the 1932
kidnapping and death of
Charles A. Lindbergh Jr. January 3, 1935.