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Object Name Print, Photographic
Catalog Number 2016.004.021.a-r
Collection Chattanooga News-Free Press Collection
Description Photographs concerning the Jimmy Hoffa jury-tampering trial held in Chattanooga, Tennessee from January 20, 1964 to March 3, 1964.

a) UPI wirephoto dateline 3/3/64 Chattanooga. Caption: "DIFFERENT DOORS" -- International Teamsters president James R. Hoffa enters the federal court house here early 3/3 morning while down the street (background) closely guarded by federal marshals the jury that will decide his fate and that of five co-defendants in his jury tampering trial, enters through another door. As the trial started Federal Judge Frank Wilson reprimanded him for "extremely loud" corridor statements. [The view is north toward the corner of Georgia Ave. and M.L. King.]

b) AP wirephoto dateline Chattanooga, March 3, 1964. Caption: HOFFA CASE TO JURY TODAY -- Teamsters president James R. Hoffa with a stern face enters Federal Court this morning. Hoffa and five co-defendants are charged with jury-tampering in his Nashville 1962 trial. Hoffa, if convicted faces a maximum of 15 years in prison and fines totaling $15,000.

c) UPI wirephoto dateline 3/4/64 Chattanooga. Caption: Ewing King (R), a former Nashville Teamsters official, his wife (L) and two of their children leave the federal courthouse here 3/4 afternoon after he had been found guilty of jury-tampering. King, Hoffa (rear-center), and two others were found [guilty] of jury-tampering in his 1962 trial in Nashville.

d) UPI wirephoto dateline 3/4/64 Chattanooga. Caption: "HOFFA JURY LEAVES" -- The Federal jury that found International Teamsters president James R. Hoffa and 3 co-defendants guilty of jury-tampering charges here 3/4 leave the federal courthouse after they had announced their decision to Federal Judge Frank Wilson. The jurors were driven away by U.S. Marshals in awaiting autos.

e) UPI wirephoto dateline 3/4/64 Chattanooga. Caption: "HAPPY PROSECUTORS" -- Special government attorneys prosecuting the James R. Hoffa jury-tampering case, leave the federal courthouse here 3/4 afternoon after a jury found Hoffa and 3 co-defendants guilty. At left is James Neal, Chattanooga DA J.H. Reddy, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Hooker.

f) UPI wirephoto dateline 3/4/64 Chattanooga. Caption: Teamsters President James Hoffa shown here as he left Federal Court here 2/28, was found guilty by a Federal jury 3/4, of two counts of jury tampering. Each count carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison.

g) UPI wirephoto dateline 3/4/64 Chattanooga. Caption: International Teamster president James R. Hoffa looking somewhat tired, talks to newsmen here late 3/4 afternoon after a federal jury had found him and three co-defendants guilty of jury-tampering charges stemming from his 1962 trial in Nashville. Hoffa was released under a $75,000 bond, the others on less amounts.

h) AP wirephoto dateline Chattanooga, March 4, 1964. Caption: HOFFA JURY FOREMAN -- Hal Bullen, Chattanooga retired electric company sales manager leaves Federal court after the jury returned a guilty verdict against Teamsters president James Hoffa. Hoffa, sat grimly expressionless as Mr. Bullen read the verdict to the defendants.

i) AP wirephoto dateline Chattanooga March 4, 1964. Caption: HOFFA CONVICTED-- James R. Hoffa, Teamsters president talks to newsmen after a jury returned a verdict of guilty in trying to fix the jury which heard Hoffa's conspiracy trial in Nashville in 1962. Others convicted with Hoffa were Ewing King, Larry Campbell and Thomas Parks.

j,k) AP wirephotos dateline Chattanooga, March 4, 1964. Caption: STERN FACED HOFFA-- James R. Hoffa, teamsters president walks from the Federal Court with a Chattanooga city policeman after being convicted on two counts of attempting to fix a 1962 Federal Court jury in Nashville. Also convicted with Hoffa were Ewing King, Nashville, Thomas Parks, Nashville, and a Larry Campbell, Detroit.

l) UPI wirephoto dateline 3/4/64 Chattanooga. Caption: "GUILTY" -- James R. Hoffa (C) speaks to newsmen here 3/4 afternoon after a federal jury had found him guilty of two counts of jury-tampering in his 1962 trial in Nashville. The jury also convicted three other co-defendants in the case.

m1) B&W print of Hoffa being interviewed by a crowd of newsmen on the courthouse steps. Photo credit Delmont Wilson. m2) Same photo, screened, removed from a galley layout. Back is covered with waxy adhesive.

n) B&W print of Hoffa on courthouse steps, same scene as (m), slightly different angle. Photo credit Delmont Wilson.

o) UPI wirephoto dateline 3/4/64 Chattanooga. Caption: International Teamsters president James R. Hoffa, with the aid of a Chattanooga policeman to get through the crowd, leaves the federal courthouse here late 3/4 afternoon after being found guilty on two counts of jury-tampering during his 1962 trial in Nashville. Hoffa was released on $75,000 bond. His attorneys said they will appeal the case.

p) AP wirephoto dateline Chattanooga March 4, 1964. Caption: KING GUILTY JURY-TAMPERING -- Former Nashville Teamsters president Ewing King, center, leaves Federal Court with Teamsters president James Hoffa, left, and William Bufalino, right, Teamsters lawyer. King and Hoffa were convicted on charges of jury-tampering in Hoffa's 1962 Nashville trial.

q1-2) AP wirephoto dateline Chattanooga, March 4, 1964. Caption: WILL APPEAL CONVICTION-- Teamsters president James R. Hoffa told newsmen on the court house steps that he would appeal his conviction today of jury-tampering. Hoffa, convicted for the first time in five Federal court trials sat expressionless as the jury foreman read the verdict.

r) AP wirephoto dateline Chattanooga, March 4, 1964. Caption: ALL OVER-- Members of the jury trying James R. Hoffa and five co-defendants on jury-tampering leave the Federal Court after returning a guilty verdict in the case. A U.S. Marshal far left escorts the jury back to the hotel after being locked up for 44-days. [The African American lady in front (R) is jury member Callie Key, widow of Dr. Key, a prominent physician in the black community.]
Date 1964
Dimension Details a) 6.75" x 8.50"
b) 6.00" x 8.00"
c) 8.00" x 7.00"
d) 8.25" x 6.25"
e) 7.75" x 6.25"
f) 6.00" x 6.00"
g) 7.00" x 8.50"
h) 6.00" x 8.00"
i) 6.00" x 8.00"
j) 6.25" x 8.00"
k) 6.00" x 8.00"
l) 6.50" x 8.00"
m1) 8.00" x 10.00"
m2) 5.25" x 4.25"
n) 8.00" x 10.00"
o) 8.25" x 6.50"
p) 8.00" x 6.00"
q1) 6.25" x 8.00"
q2) 6.00" x 8.00"
r) 6.25" x 8.00"
Accession number 2016.004