Mount Vernon Junior High School, from which
William Edward Hickman withdrew
Marian Parker, age
12, to kidnap and murder her.
The apartment house at 1170 Bellevue Street where William Edward
Hickman is asserted
A blood-stained towel monogrammed "Bellevue Arms Apartments"
was found at the kidnapping
drop site. Police found Hickman in the apartment that night but
decided not to arrest him until a
reward would be offered two days later. Meanwhile he escaped and was
found by police in Oregon.
Marian Parker was believed to have been killed in this building.
Two photographs of the home at 400 S.
Manhattan where the body
of Marian Parker was dropped by the
Two photographs of the home at 400 S. Manhattan
where the body of Marian Parker was
dropped by the murderer. Both pictures show crowds gathered outside
A view of the residence of Perry M. Parker,
father of the murder victim.
Since the lifeless body of Marian
Parker was returned to her anguished parents by her kidnapper
and murderer, a crowd of sympathetic men, women and children has
kept a tireless
vigil in front of the Parker residence at 1631 South Wilton Place.
Crowd gathered on the street in front of the Hall
of Justice, in which William Edward
Hickman is on trial.
In the foreground is the old courthouse on Temple Street. The crowd
in Pendleton was
and muttering, while Los Angeles brought out characters of all ages,
every walk of
metropolitan life, flappers and grandmothers, youths and old men.
A large crowd is gathered outside the Hall of
Justice for the trial of William Edward Hickman.