Joseph H. Friend was an American No-Maj man.[1][2]

Friend disappeared on 2 December 1926 upon learning that John Haas had been dismissed from his job at the Columbia Bank.[1][2] Haas was arraigned four days later, along with his alleged accomplice William Friend, for the crime of defrauding the bank of $121,000.[1][2] Police suspected Joseph H. Friend might also have been involved in the theft.[1][2] They were seeking him at the time the New York Chronicle reported on the case on 6 December.[1][2]

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