Joe Jackson Photos - 1921 Trial Related

Hartley Replogle and Joe Jackson This photo shows Illinois Assistant State Attorney Hartley Replogle and Joe Jackson. The photo was taken in the courtroom at the Cook County Courthouse on July 21, 1921.

A close up taken on the same day as the photo above This is a close-up photo of Assistant State's Attorney Hartley Replogle and Joe Jackson during during the Black Sox trial of 1921. Photo taken on July 21, 1921 at the Cook County Courthouse.

Telegram from investigator J.R. Hunter about Buck Weaver This is a telegram from Comiskey's investigator J.R. Hunter relating to an interview he had with Buck Weaver concerning the 1919 World Series fixing rumors.

Letter From J.R. Hunter Concerning Interview With Happy Felsch This is a letter from investigator J.R. Hunter concerning an interview he had with Happy Felsch in connection to the rumors of game fixing during the 1919 World Series.

Suspension Letter Sent To The Seven Players This is the suspension letter sent to the seven ball players (Chic Gandil was no longer with the club)from the White Sox notifying them of their suspension from the team until such time as they are cleared of charges.

First Page Of The Confession Of Eddie Cicotte This is the first page of Eddie Cicotte's confession before the Cook County Grand Jury in September of 1920.

Eddie Cicotte, Joe Jackson and Lefty Williams During Trial Eddie Cicotte, Joe Jackson and Lefty Williams listen to testimony during their trial in July of 1921.

Some Sox Players And Their Lawyers This photo shows some Sox players and their lawyers (front row, left to right: Lawyer Michael Ahern, lawyer Thomas Nash, lawyer Ben Short, lawyer James 'Ropes' O'Brien, White Sox player Swede Risberg, lawyer Henry Berger. Back row, left to right: Lawyer Max Luster, player Lefty Williams, player Buck Weaver, player Happy Felsch, former player Chic Gandil.

Crowd At Trial This photo shows the crowd gathered to witness the proceedings.

Crowd At Trail (2nd version) This photo shows the crowd gathered to witness the proceedings.

The Jury That Heard The Evidence At 1921 Trial This photo is of the jury that heard the evidence in the Black Sox Scandal in 1921.

Sox Players Shake Hands With Jury This photo was taken not long after the "not guilty" verdicts were handed down and shows the Sox players shaking hands with some of the jurors.

Jurors and Players Listen To Testimony This photo shows the jurors and the players listening to testimony during the trial.

Sox Players And Their Lawyers This photo shows the Sox players along with their lawyers in court.

Courtroom Scene From Black Sox Trial This photo shows the crowd gathering to listen to all the evidence and testimony in the Black Sox Trial, some players can be seen in the foreground.

Sox and Jury This newspaper photo was taken shortly after the "not guilty" verdicts were handed down. The photo shows the ballplayers and the jury...also shows St. Louis gambler Carl Zork.

The Sox and their lawyers This picture shows the Sox and their lawyers in court during the Black Sox trial of 1921. (Seated from left) Chick Gandil, Lefty Williams, Swede Risberg, Eddie Cicotte, Buck Weaver, Joe Jackson, attorney Thomas Nash. (Standing from left) James "Ropes" O'Brien, Max Luster and two unidentified men.

Joe, September 28, 1920 This picture of Joe was taken moments after he emerged from the Cook County Court House on September 28, 1920. Joe had just told the Grand Jury all he knew about the fixing of the 1919 World Series.

Joe, September 28, 1920 (part 2) This picture shows Joe walking down the street shortly after leaving the Cook County Courthouse on September 28, 1920. We have been told that the two men flanking Joe are Cook County Sheriff Deputies, there to protect him......something even Joe attested to in an interview he gave in the 1940's.

Judge Hugo Friend This photo shows Judge Hugo Friend (Black Sox Scandal trial judge) sitting behind a desk in a Cook County court room (Chicago Daily News negatives collection. Courtesy of the Chicago Historical Society).

Chic Gandil in court This photo shows L-R, attorney James "Ropes" O'Brien, Chic Gandil and attorney John Owens during the 1921 Black Sox Trial (Chicago Daily News negatives collection. Courtesy of the Chicago Historical Society).

Risberg, Weaver and Felsch This photo shows L-R, Swede Risbeg, attorney Michael Ahern, Buck Weaver, attorney Thomas Nash and Happy Felsch during a break in proceedings in the courtroom.

Sleepy Bill Burns testifies The photo shows Sleepy Bill Burns on the witness stand during the Black Sox trial in 1921 (Chicago Daily News negatives collection. Courtesy of the Chicago Historical Society).

Joe Gedeon This photo shows St. Louis Browns second baseman Joe Gedeon as he awaits his turn to testify concerning the Black Sox Scandal of 1919 (Chicago Daily News negatives collection. Courtesy of the Chicago Historical Society).

Judge William Dever The eight ballplayers were arraigned before Judge Dever on February 14, 1921. Since the confessions of Cicotte, Williams and Jackson were missing, Judge Dever dismissed the original indictments and the prosecutors had to rebuild their case from scratch (Chicago Daily News negatives collection. Courtesy of the Chicago Historical Society).

Assistant State's Attorney George Gorman This photo shows Illinois Assistant State's Attorney George Gorman, who prosecuted the case for the State of Illinois (Chicago Daily News negatives collection. Courtesy of the Chicago Historical Society).

Thomas Nash and Benedict Short This photo shows (left to right) part of the defense team, Thomas Nash and Benedict Short. Nash represented Buck Weaver, Swede Risberg and Oscar Felsch. Benedict Short represented Joe Jackson, Eddie Cicotte and Lefty Williams (Chicago Daily News negatives collection. Courtesy of the Chicago Historical Society).

Abe Attell This photo shows "The Little Champ" Abe Attell. Attell was known to be a front man for king pin Arnold Rothstein (Chicago Daily News negatives collection. Courtesy of the Chicago Historical Society).

Illinois State's Attorney Robert Crowe This photo shows Illinois State's Attorney Robert Crowe (Chicago Daily News negatives collection. Courtesy of the Chicago Historical Society).

Buck Weaver and Swede Risberg This photo shows Buck Weaver and Swede Risberg taking a break during the 1921 Black Sox trial (Chicago Daily News negatives collection. Courtesy of the Chicago Historical Society).

Buck Weaver and Swede Risberg (2) Another shot of Buck and Swede during the 1921 trial (Chicago Daily News negatives collection. Courtesy of the Chicago Historical Society).

Billy Maharg Billy Maharg during the 1921 Black Sox Scandal trial (Chicago Daily News negatives collection. Courtesy of the Chicago Historical Society).

Billy Maharg (2) Another shot of Maharg during the 1921 Black Sox Scandal trial (Chicago Daily News negatives collection. Courtesy of the Chicago Historical Society).

Foreman of the Cook County Grand Jury - Harry Bingham Cook County Grand Jury Foreman Harry Bingham (Chicago Daily News negatives collection. Courtesy of the Chicago Historical Society).

Hartley Replogle Assistant State's Attorney Hartley Replogle (Chicago Daily News negatives collection. Courtesy of the Chicago Historical Society).

Hartley Replogle, John McGraw and others Group portrait of (left to right) (sitting) Richard Kinsella, John J. McGraw, Charles H. Stonehaw, Hugh Jennings, (standing) Henry H. Brigham, Assistant State's Attorney, and Hartley Replogle pictured in the Cook County Courthouse during the Black Sox trial in 1921 (Chicago Daily News negatives collection. Courtesy of the Chicago Historical Society).

Joe Jackson jury verdict page This is the jury verdict for Joe Jackson which reads:
"We, the jury, find the defendant, Joe Jackson not guilty."
The verdict is signed by each member of the jury.

Back of the Bill of Particulars This is the back page of the Bill of Particulars, which is signed by George "Buck" Weaver, Joe Jackson and Claude "Lefty" Williams.

Close up of signatures Close up view of the back page of the Bill of Particulars signed by George "Buck" Weaver, Joe Jackson and Claude "Lefty" Williams.

Front of Joe Jackson's arrest warrant This is the front of the arrest warrant issued for Joe Jackson's arrest in connection with the 1919 World Series scandal. The warrant is dated April 9, 1921 and his bail is set at $3,000.00.

Back of Joe Jackson's arrest warrant This is the back of the arrest warrant issued for Joe Jackson's arrest in connection with the 1919 World Series scandal. The warrant is charging him with Conspiracy, etc. It starts out with
"The People of the State of Illinois to the Sheriff of said County, GREETING: We Command You, that you take the body of one Joe Jackson if to be found in your County, and safely Him keep so that you have Him before our Criminal Court of Cook County, Austin Avenue and Dearborn Street, in the City of Chicago,........"

Front of Joe Jackson's first arrest warrant This is the front of the first arrest warrant issued for Joe Jackson's arrest in connection with the 1919 World Series scandal. This is the first arrest warrant, which is dated December 18, 1920 and his bail is set at $5,000.00.

Back of Joe Jackson's first arrest warrant This is the back of the first arrest warrant issued for Joe Jackson's arrest in connection with the 1919 World Series scandal. The warrant is charging him with Obtaining Money and Goods by Means of the Confidence Game.

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