Edward J. Dowling
For the American entertainer, see Eddie Dowling.
In April 1934, Dowling pleaded guilty to second-degree grand larceny, and—after making restitution—received a suspended sentence for having stolen $20,000 in Liberty bonds from the estate of two small children.
- New York Red Book (1920; pg. 147)
- EX-SENATOR DOWLING FREED IN THEFT CASE in NYT on April 25, 1934 (subscription required)
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