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Mug shot of Daphne Barker, 26 April Probably Central Police Station Sydney. Dotty shared a cell with her and through her met 'Sport' (Errol Flynn.

Alice Fisher, 41, serving two consecutive sentences of four months for larceny.

Mug shot of Alice Fisher, serving two consecutive sentences of four months for larceny. 23 May State Reformatory for Women, Long Bay, NSW

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, 1950. Wonder what's the story behind this photo... perhaps domestic violence? Girl gang?

An entry from Quite Continental

William Munro, le 17 septembre 1924, commissariat central de Sydney | Il est accusé d'avoir obtenu de la «march...

Portraits de police: les suspects prennent la pose (1910-1930)

Mug shot of William Munro, 17 September Central Police Station, Sydney. Munro is listed in the NSW Police Gazette, 1924 as charged,.

Dope fiend and thief, 1893 & through the waterfall http://www.pinterest.com/pin/211950726187097924/

Dope fiend and thief mugshot

Elizabeth Ruddy was a career criminal who was convicted of stealing from the house of one Andrew Foley. She was sentenced to 12 months with hard labour. DOB: 1854, Scotland.

Elizabeth Ruddy, 5 January 1915 - Elizabeth Ruddy was a career criminal who was convicted of stealing from the house of one Andrew Foley. She was sentenced to 12 months with hard labour.

Interactive: Mug shots of Nebraska criminals past - Omaha.com

James Collins was arrested in Omaha on May 1897 for burglary. According to the police record, Collins escaped and was rearrested. The Omaha tailor was sent to the Nebraska State Prison on March 1898 to serve a five-year sentence.

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