Miller Not Paroled - 1920...
Remember the Old Opera House Murder of 1910? This photo is a photocopy of N. L. Miller's Prison Card showing a "Citizenship Pardon" dated 12/18/1929. There are other dates from 9/9/1921 to 11/14/1923 (showing Miller paroled).
This news article was taken from the October 8, 1920 Renfrew's Record, a Woods County, Alva, Oklahoma newspaper, known as "The Only Democratic paper in Woods County."
The news article concerns N. L. Miller, convicted of the murder of Mable Oakes in the Old Opera House Murder of 1910. The news article was on the front page of the Renfrew's Record, dated October 8, 1920, Friday, titled - Miller Not Pardoned -- "It has been persistently rumored in Woods County that N. L. Miller had been pardoned from the state penitentiary. We have a letter from the pardon and parole attorney stating that nothing has been done for this man as far as executive clemency is concerned and that the Governor has not issued any orders in this case whatsoever."
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