Mug shot of De Gracy (sic) and Edward Dalton. Details unknown. Central Police Station, Sydney, around 1920. (Photo by NSW Police Forensic Photography Archive, Justice & Police Museum, Histiric Houses Trust of NSW)
Menswear & Mugshots from the 1920s #3
MUG SHOT (1920's) Fay Watson was arrested for possession of cocaine and fined. Related to: australia, criminals, justice and police museum, mugshots, new south wales police department, old, vintage, women's crimes:
‘consorts with prostitutes’ and ‘frequents hotels and wine bars'
An entry in the Supplement to the NSW Police Gazette Sydney for Skukerman, (alias Kukarman, alias Cecil Landan) is captioned "obtains goods from warehousemen by falsely representing that he is in business."
Des portraits de criminels australiens dans les années 1920
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Early Mugshot - really beautiful... methinks this would make a sweet project some day
Mug shots | Sydney Living Museums
Kathleen Ward, 14 May 1925 Kathleen Ward had convictions for drunkenness, indecent language and theft. She obviously enjoyed thumbing her nose at the authorities, as can be seen in this image where she appears to have deliberately fluttered her eyes in order to ruin the long-exposure photograph. DOB: 1904.
Mujeres Criminales (New York, 1915-1930)
Convicted of stealing. Eileen O'Connor first appears in police records as a 'missing friend', or missing person. She is eventually arrested for stealing a wallet and is described by police with the odd epithet 'inclined to be weak'. Aged 17. Part of an archive of forensic photography created by the NSW Police between 1912 and 1964.