After a brief imprisonment she was released by the police court judge on the condition that she not wear female clothing in public.
However the neighbors were not satisfied and demanded her re-arrest for wearing female clothing at home. The police had to inform them that the law permitted them to dress as they pleased at home.
- “Masqueraded as a Woman”. San Francisco Examiner. April 16, 1895, 4.
- “Crazy on Female Attire”. The Call. July 3, 1895, 8.
- Clare Sears. “Electric Brilliancy: Cross-Dressing Law And Freak Show Displays In Nineteenth-Century San Francisco” Women's Studies Quarterly; Fall 2008; 36, ¾: 172-3.