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Francis J. Heney
Francis J. Heney
Dr. John Handy
Dr. John Handy
Political boss Abe Ruef (left) on his way to San Quentin State Prison after he was convicted in the San Francisco Graft Trial of 1907–1908.
Political boss Abe Ruef (left) on his way to San Quentin State Prison after he was convicted in the San Francisco Graft Trial of 1907–1908.
Portrait of Heney during his Superior Court tenure.
Portrait of Heney during his Superior Court tenure.
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The "Big Four" graft prosecutors (left to right): Francis J. Heney, William J. Burns, Fremont Older, and Rudolph Spreckels.
The "Big Four" graft prosecutors (left to right): Francis J. Heney, William J. Burns, Fremont Older, and Rudolph Spreckels.
Workers on the San Francisco waterfront in 1901.
Workers on the San Francisco waterfront in 1901.
A strikebreaking teamster is escorted by a San Francisco policeman during the strike of 1901. On the side of the wagon is the name of the company, McN
A strikebreaking teamster is escorted by a San Francisco policeman during the strike of 1901. On the side of the wagon is the name of the company, McNab & Smith.
Lawyer Abe Ruef was the political boss behind the graft at the center of the prosecution.
Lawyer Abe Ruef was the political boss behind the graft at the center of the prosecution.