File 23 - Examinations, volume 2 : defence argument, Miss Weber, Mr. Kaufman, Mr. Scott, Mr. Laroque, Col. Sims, Savoie, decision re non-suit, exhibits by consent.

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Examinations, volume 2 : defence argument, Miss Weber, Mr. Kaufman, Mr. Scott, Mr. Laroque, Col. Sims, Savoie, decision re non-suit, exhibits by consent.

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  • Parallel titles and other title information: Title from label cover. Title on t.p.: Rex vs. Palmer, Eastview Police Court, 1936. The volume number has been altered from "3" to "2".

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SCA31-WA17-23

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  • 1936 (Creation)
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    Wegenast, Franklin Wellington

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(1876-1942)

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Volume two of nine volumes of examinations, pages D-199 to D-350.

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Anna Weber was the Kaufman Rubber Company nurse who visited the homes of employees during 1929 and confirmed to Kaufman that it those with the most children and the poorest living conditions who were struggling financially.

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