Black L.A. 1947: Sanitarium Offered for Woman on Trial in Slavery Case With Restitution to Victim

July 17, 1947, L.A. Sentinel

July 17, 1947: Clinton M. Arnold, special correspondent for the Los Angeles Sentinel, files updates on the case of Elizabeth Ingalls, who was accused of holding Dora Jones in slavery. In one recent development, Ruth Castendyke, one of Ingalls’ daughters, suggested that Ingalls be placed in a sanitarium and that the family make financial restitution to Jones.

Also: Prophet Jones (Dr. James F. Prophet Jones) agrees to pay $5,000 to his former congregation in Detroit, which accused him of financial misconduct.

July 17, 1947, L.A. Sentinel

July 17, 1947, Dora Jones

July 17, 1947, L.A. Sentinel

July 17, 1947, L.A. Sentinel

L.A. Sentinel, 1947

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