James E. Adams

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James E. Adams was police chief in Charlottesville in 1955 during investigation of the murder Eleanor Rose Rhodes, 34, whose battered body was discovered Monday morning, September 26, along Cabell Avenue just off Preston Avenue. [1] He was police chief in 1960. [2]

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  1. Web. Women’s Body Found Bludgeoned to Death, Believed To Have Been Dead For Several Days., The Tribune. (Roanoke, Va.), 08 Oct. 1955. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress.
  2. Print: Vandals Paint Swastika on Temple Beth Israel, staff reports, Daily Progress, Lindsay family January 11, 1960, Page 13.