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Anthony R. Gizzo Inmate File: Mugshot

Mugshot of Anthony R. Gizzo, Inmate #20547. Gizzo was sentenced to time in the U.S. Penitentiary at Leavenworth on drug charges.

Anthony R. Gizzo Inmate File: Fingerprints and Physical Description

Fingerprints and physical description card of Anthony R. Gizzo, Inmate #20547, which includes information on personal habits, background, and detailed physical descriptions and measurements. Gizzo was sentenced to time in the U.S. Penitentiary at Leavenworth on drug charges.

Angelo Toyer Inmate File: Prison Record

Prison record of Angelo Toyer, Inmate #30646, which includes personal and family information as well as sentencing and arrest dates. Toyer was sentenced to time in the U.S. Penitentiary at Leavenworth after being convicted of violating the Prohibition Act.

Angelo Toyer Inmate File: Mugshot

Mugshots of Angelo Toyer, Inmate #30646. Toyer was sentenced to time in the U.S. Penitentiary at Leavenworth after being convicted of violating the Prohibition Act.

Angelo Toyer Inmate File: Fingerprints and Physical Description

Fingerprints and physical description of Angelo Toyer, Inmate #30646, which includes information on personal habits, background, and detailed physical descriptions and measurements. Toyer was sentenced to time in the U.S. Penitentiary at Leavenworth after being convicted of violating the Prohibition Act.

American Insurance Company vs. Ray B. Lucas and Roy McKittrick: Excerpt

Excerpt of an unabridged print of American Insurance Company, Plaintiff, vs. Ray B. Lucas, Superintendent of the Insurance Department of the State of Missouri, and Roy McKittrick, Attorney General of the State of Missouri, Defendants. This excerpt provides the table of contents for the unabridged case and details the most scandalous criminal activity of the court case. These activities include bribery and illegal money collection involving Thomas J. Pendergast, R. Emmett O'Malley, A. L. McCormack and C. R. Street in 1935.

"Racial Plea is Amended"

Clipping from an unknown newspaper reporting that Lucile Bluford has filed an amended complaint to her suit against S.W. Canada, registrar of the University of Missouri, wherein she claimed $20,000 in damages and argued that the university's rejection of her application to their journalism program was a violation of her civil rights. The article notes that Judge John C.

"Law School at Lincoln to Be Set Up by Fall"

Clipping from an unknown newspaper regarding the establishment of a law school at Lincoln University, in reaction to the decision in the Gaines v. Canada U.s. Supreme Court case. In the article, Lincoln president Sherman D. Scruggs states that the law school would be established in time for the start of the next fall semester. The decision in the Gaines case, where Lloyd Gaines sought admission to the white-only University of Missouri law school, mandated that black students be admitted to the MU program unless a equal program was available at the black-only Lincoln.

"Gaines Suit is Dropped"

Clipping from the January 1, 1940 edition of the Columbia (Mo.) Star, reporting the dismissal of a case filed by Lloyd Gaines in an attempt to gain admission to the University of Missouri Law School, due to the inability of Gaines' attorneys to locate their client for the prior ten months. Gaines, whose initial suit reached the U.S. Supreme Court, led to the establishment of a law school at Lincoln University, disappeared in March, 1939, and was never seen or heard from again.