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LOL "this man refused to open his eyes" police mugshot 1920s

Police Mugshots Used To Be Really Badass

Mug shot of Thomas Bede, 22 November Central Police Station, Sydney. "This man refused to open his eyes.

Convicted of stealing. The jury could not decide whether Nellie Cassidy was guilty of 'stealing a lady's costume', or if she had merely acted as a fence, and so a special verdict 'that she was guilty of one or the other' was entered. Aged 23.

Convicted of stealing. The jury could not decide whether Nellie Cassidy was guilty of 'stealing a lady's costume', or if she had merely acted as a fence, and so a special verdict 'that she was guilty of one or the other' was entered.

Mug shot of Hampton Hirscham, Cornellius Joseph Keevil, William Thomas O'Brien and James O'Brien, 20 July 1921, Central Police Station, Sydney.

Mug shot of Hampton Hirscham, Cornellius Joseph Keevil, William Thomas O’Brien and James O’Brien, 20 July Central Police S.

Alice Cooke

Alice Adeline Cooke, criminal record number 30 December State Reformatory for Women, Long Bay, NSW. Convicted of bigamy and t.

Marjorie Day alias Elma Walton, criminal record number 655LB, 13 February 1925. State Reformatory for Women, Long Bay. Marjorie Day convinced a shopkeeper to let her take two dresses home to show her mother. She promised to return promptly but instead sold the clothes at a second-hand clothing shop. A repeat offender, Day was sentenced to six months prison. Aged: 20. DOB: 11 January 1905.

Margaret Teale moved to the small Riverina town of Beckom where she married John Selby. Unfortunately, her first husband, Ernest Teale of Windsor, was still alive. She was charged with bigamy and sentenced to six months gaol.

This is a mug shot which is part of the New Orleans City Archives dating from the turn of the 20th century into the 1930s.

Mug shot which is part of the New Orleans City archives dating

Mug shot of Herbert Ellis. Presumed Central Police Station, Sydney, around 1920

Herbert Ellis circa Ellis is found in numerous police records of the and He is variously listed as a housebreaker, a shop breaker, a safe breaker, a receiver and a suspected person.

a young chap is caught hearing sound for the first time

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HEARING FOR THE FIRST TIME This photo was taken by photographer Jack Bradley and depicts the exact moment this boy, Harold Whittles, hears for the very first time ever. The doctor treating him has just placed an earpiece in his left ear. so amazing!

Femme fatale: the female criminal at the Justice & Police Museum, Sydney, 7 March 2009 - Sunday 18 April 2010

Ettie Sultana, criminal record number 17 November Prostitute Ettie Sultana worked in northern New South Wales and in the Queensland cities of Brisbane and Toowoomba for most of her career.

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Barbara Turner (alias Tierney, Tiernan, Taylor, Florence Gillespie or Jessi Turner, sometimes known as Barbara Turner Taylor) was a ‘confide.

Henry Pierce was arrested in the same raid as Patsy Neill. Police said that Pierce acted as offsider and bodyguard to cocaine seller Marie Elliott. Pierce, from Balmain in Sydney, had prior form for safe breaking and wife desertion.

Mug Shot of Henry Pierce, special photograph number 12 August Central Police Station, Sydney

All This Is That: Mugshots of Montreal prostitutes, circa late 1930's-early '40s

Arrested: Like Marguerite Smith, Madeleine Gagnon was also stopped at 1223 Bullion as part of an investigation in connection with prostitution

al capone , Charles Chaplin

Silent movie star Charlie Chaplin photographed with gangster, Al Capone. By the looks on their faces you would think Capone was holding a gun to their backs !

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