The Short Tail Gang (Corlears Hook) Pier at foot of Jackson Street, now Corlears Hook Park. Photographed from the Police Boat.
[Well-dressed man being thrown into jail.]
A police officer forcing a well-dressed man into a police station holding cell.
Bad Boy [Page in Stan 153 and ERO's black book.]
Rogue's Gallery, Jimmy Hope, Johnny Hope, "Whiskey" Short, Jack the Paw -- bank burglers.
Mug shots of eight men. The four on the left are indentified in the title. According to Thomas Byrnes'...
From Rogue's Gallery, Brockway -- forger [Wm. E. Brockway] and [Franklin J.] Moses -- Ex Gov. of South Carolina.
Mug shots of counterfeiter Wm. E. Brackway and ex-governor of South Carolina, Franklin J. Moses.
Rogue's Gallery, Funeral Wells & Sofy Levy; and 2 other women thieves -- the prettiest & the ugliest in the Rogue's Gallery put together. The Pretty one is a blackmailer; the ugly one a horse thief.
Mug shots depicted differ from title description. Based on descriptive information in Thomas Byrnes's...
Rogue's Gallery. The King of Confidencemen, Hungry Joe, Paper Collar Joe, Unknown -- Confidence Men.
Mug shots of four criminals. According to descriptive information in Thomas Byrnes's "Professional Criminals...
Rogue's Gallery. Dennis Driscoll, McGloin and another murderer -- Murderers.
Mug shots of three criminals. According to Thomas Byrnes's "Professional Criminals of America" (1886...
Typical Toughs (from the Rogues' Gallery).
Mug shots of two criminals.
The Inspector's Model.
A criminal being restrained for a mug shot.
Blackwell's Island. The Lock-step Penitentiary.
Blackwell's Island. Prisoners Breaking Stone.
From Rogue's Gallery: Two Western toughs "holding each other up".
Police Headquarters, The "Rogue's Gallery".
The mug shot collection at the New York City Police Headquarters.
A Growler Gang in Session.
The Verdict of the Rogue Gallery.
Mugs shots of eight teenage outlaws and their fates.
Blackwell's Island. Prisoners breaking stone.
[Two Rogues: Ellen Matthews, shoplifter; Mary Bradshaw, thief.]
Mug shots of Ellen Matthews, shoplifter and Mary Bradshaw, thief in the "Rogue's Gallery."
Rogue's Gallery, Funeral Wells & Sofy Levy; and 2 other women thieves -- the prettiest & the ugliest in the Rogue's Gallery put together. The Pretty one is a blackmailer; the ugly one a horse theif.
Reproduction of mug shots of Ellen Matthews, shoplifter and Mary Bradshaw, thief in the "Rogue's Gallery."...
Willie Sutton (Trial)
Photographs of bank robber Willie Sutton with his lawyers at his 1952 trial. Date of assignment March...
Photographs depicting a program in which a panel, consisting of criminologist Edwin J. Lukas, mystery...
Dead Rabbit Riot 1857, N. Y. The Bowery Boy
Refers to a city-wide gang war on July 4-5, 1857 between the Dead Rabbits and the Bowery Boys,
["Sylvia Runs Away" theater still.]
The suspect was apprehended. No one paid attention.; Police Work
Herring & Co.
[Herring & Co.]
Not a Herring safe.
Lecture on Capital Punishment of Criminals
Worth Street - Five Points [Weehawken Street to Worth Street]
The Five Points. Crossing of Baxter (late Orange), Park (late Cross), & Worth St. (late Anthony) Sts....
Centre Street [Central Park West to Coenties Slip]
The Tombs. Centre, Leonard, Franklin, and Lafayette Streets. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook...
The Private Secretary - Madison Square Theatre. "There's A Burglar!"
With M. Morton and J. Delamater.
[Vasili Bogazianos as Vito in "P.S. Your Cat Is Dead!".]
Presented at the Promenade Theatre on February 1, 1978 and later transferred to the Circle in the Square...