CRIME: Agent Baker's First Case

In 1933 Wayne W. Baker, 27, of Yuma, Ariz. entered the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a law clerk. Recently he decided to be a G-man, so he took the Bureau's three-month training course for investigators. Having graduated, he was assigned to the bureau at Kansas City, Mo. Last week he was at work on his first important case. He and two other agents went to the post office at Topeka, hung around for three days waiting for Alfred Power (alias Gerald Lewis alias Thomas Malley), New York bank robber, to claim...

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