|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Collection||Chattanooga News-Free Press Collection|
Photographs concerning the Jimmy Hoffa jury-tampering trial held in Chattanooga, Tennessee from January 20, 1964 to March 3, 1964. The photos under this number were all clipped from wire service photos, omitting the datelines and captions.
a) Jimmy Hoffa (L) shakes hands with a taller, middle-aged man in glasses as a second man (C) looks on. All are laughing.
b) Photograph of Thomas Parks (L) , co-defendant from Nashville, with unidentified heavy-set man on right.
c) Two men, possibly attorneys, standing on Georgia Ave. in front of Federal Court entrance. Written on back it reads "Donnie Bennett."
d) Dark-haired woman in coat with fur collar walks with unidentified man in overcoat and fedora. Written on back it says "Mrs. Partin." Possibly wife of surprise witness Edward Partin.
e) Photograph of co-defendant Larry Campbell entering the court house.
f) Hoffa being interviewed by a reporter and cameraman on the sidewalk in front of federal courthouse (Georgia Ave.) Co-defendant Allen Dorfman in background (C). Left of Dorfman is possibly Tampa attorney John Rogano, one of Hoffa's defense team.
g) Two federal prosecutors in front of eagle sculpture at courthouse. At left is James Neal, at right John J. Hooker.
h) Hoffa (L) and another man, possibly co-defendant Nicholas Tweel, walking on sidewalk.
a) 4.75" x 5.25"
b) 2.87" x 2.50"
c) 3.75" x 5.25"
d) 3.75" x 5.50"
e) 4.00" x 3.25"
f) 6.00" x 5.25"
g) 4.63" x 6.75"
h) 5.25" x 7.50"