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Description: Henry Harris, 66, of 824 Mound Street, shot his wife, Alice Harris, in the ankle and his stepson, Oliver Davis, in the thigh after a family squabble. Henry...
Description: Sheriff Edward (Ace) Fischer, prisoner Robert Winslow, and Officer Ray Case, seated in an automobile with a man and woman looking in the window.
Description: Portrait of Carl Frey, 28, Stoughton. He confessed to the murder of Albion postmaster Frank Kelling.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: A paste-up of a wanted poster created to identify Frank Lambert and his aliases and crimes. A series of 14 poses of Lambert dressed in a suit and hat, smok...
The Clash of U.S Law and Indian Legal Tradition
Description: Actor Harry Benham covers two ruffians with two pistols as Marguerite Snow ministers to an insensible young man on the floor in a scene still from the Than...
Description: Sitting on a table in a filthy cellar, Prudence Thorne (played by Billie Burke) compares knives with a Chinaman as four other thugs watch in a scene still...
Description: Jennie Justo of 921 Spring Street in the Greenbush, wearing a hat, says goodbye to her mother, Lena Justo, as she leaves for a year in the Milwaukee jail.
Description: George "Butch" King in handcuffs, after being questioned for the murder of Sadie Jackson, wife of Julius J. Jackson. In the background is Detective Captain...
Description: Buford Sennett, confessed murderer, soon after his capture at the Pomputis farm, sitting between a police officer and the driver of the car.
Date: 1963 ca.
Description: German film poster for the re-release of the American film. Blurry, silhouette image of a man wearing a cowboy hat with three bullet holes piercing his tor...
Description: Photograph of an unidentified man with office interior in the background.
Description: Herbert Hilgendorf was sentenced to six months in jail for beating his father, Louis Hilgendorf, a town of Roxbury farmer.
Description: Dressed in a flash suit purchased with part of his bank loot, Loyd D. Robertson, 26, of Tomah, confessed robber of the Loganville State bank, attempted to...
Description: Assistant District Attorney Robert I. Perina (left) hears the confessions of Douglas R. Wright of Baraboo and William G. Lavine of St. Louis. The two robbe...
Description: Law enforcement officials escorting Ed Gein (1906-1984), to the state crime lab.
Date: date unknown
Description: African American prison inmates working on a road chain-gang in Florida or Georgia.
Description: U.S. Marshal Ray Schoonover leaves a hearing in Federal Court with Paul S. Hauser (left), accused of a bank hold-up in Barron County.
Description: A strip of three mug shots of Louis Maniacci, prisoner 22846.
Description: Prisoner William Joseph Hogan, inmate 28820, a truck driver convicted on two counts of assault with intent to rob.
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