Rex vs. William Kiewitz - theft from T. Takeda


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Rex vs. William Kiewitz - theft from T. Takeda


Title Proper F0 GR0419 BOX 500 FILE 020
Date(s) of material from this resource digitized 1941
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Transcripts of depositions and preliminary hearings: Rex vs. William Kiewitz, charged with theft from T. Takeda. Kiewitz received an oilskin slicker, knowing it was stolen from Takeda. Theft occurred in New Westminster when Leo Alvin Fisher stole the oilskin from Takeda’s store and sold it in a second hand shop. The Brief includes Mrs. Jean Tsuchida Setzuka’s deposition as well as that of her mother, Mrs. Tomi Takeda. The Takedas owned a dry goods store at 615 Front Street, New Westminster.
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The digital copies of the records were acquired by the Landscapes of Injustice Research Collective between 2014 and 2018.
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Rex vs. William Kiewitz - theft from T. Takeda
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