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From the NYC police museum:
James H. Dix.
Crime: Sneak thief
John Moir, a goods checker at Leith Walk Goods Yard, stole some tea and was fined £3 or 10 days imprisonment
Fred Welker, also known as Flying Dutchman, was arrested December 22, 1914 on burglary charges. He was later sentenced to 2-15 years in Jackson State Prison
Mug shot taken 1906.
Hat size: large
Mrs. H.C. Adams was arrested April 12, 1900 Residence: Palisade, NE. Occupation: prostitute
Private Roy Crooks, of the 2nd Battalion Australian Forces, stole a suitcase from Edinburgh Waverley station in January 1918 and was fined £7 or 30 days imprisonment
19-yr-old Charles Jones arrested in Boston for breaking & entering, 1896
Gibson girl from Chicago, 1910
“Fainting Bertha” Liebbeke – notorious pickpocket in IL, KS, IA, MO, and NE. Stumbled into men, “fainted”, and robbed them
Lizzie Smith, age 54, of Woodville, Mich., was arrested February 28, 1908 for passing counterfeit money
Convicted of highway robbery
Minnie Osbourne’s mugshot notes that she has a broken nose