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Typical Toughs (from the Rogues' Gallery).
Mug shots of two criminals.
Warrant issued by King George II for the arrest of Oliver De Lancey, April 1750
Police Work. A massive round-the-clock show of force by the police to protect a foreign head of state from his own countrymen.
Police Work. A hot night in the Bowery. Police try to clear the sidewalk of sleeping drunks.
Youngsters fighting in the street are separated by police officers.; Police Work
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Police Office, Notice
The Landlords, Tenants, and Occupiers of all houses of ill fame, situated in and about the neighbourhood...
[Policemen escorting two men into van.]
John Jovino Police and Military Equipments
5 Centre Market Place, rear of Police Headquarters, New York City.
Craps, - A Busted Game.
"Seben and Lebben - Scoops de Crowd!"
The Old Bridewell in the Park. N.Y.
As it stood about 1834.
Photographs of policemen making arrests, patrolling, taking fingerprints, working at a police station,...
An open letter to Ms. Olga Nethersole, expressing support after her arrest for "violating public decency"...
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...
The Inspector's Model.
A criminal being restrained for a mug shot.
[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."...
Police Work. At arraignment Polaroid photographs are taken of both the arresting officer and what in police parlance is called the "alleged perpetrator."
The suspect was apprehended. No one paid attention.; Police Work
New York City, 1978
New York City, 1979
New York City, Police Arrest Political Protesters, 1979
The cocktail hour.
Life and Love on the New York City Subway [Police subduing a man.]
["The Russian People" theater still.]
New's Oyster and Chop House
997 Third Avenue, New York.
Olga Nethersole Souvenir of Victory, Female Ticket Taker.