"One of the most extraordinary crimes which ever excited California, occurred in a small village, eleven miles East of South Los Angeles. Doc Harlan, a well known sporting dentist was a victim. His body was found in the ruins of an out-house, where he lived with two sisters, Hattie and Minnie Woolsteen for some time. Hattie was arrested and accused of murder. Jealousy was supposed to be the cause."
Defenders and offenders. New York: D. Buchner & Co., 1888.