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World Of Mysteries: Australian History: Mugshots From the and Mug shot of Valerie Lowe, 15 February Central Police Station, Sydney.

1920s mugshot. Definitely the coolest mugshot I've ever seen.

Herbert Ellis circa Ellis is found in numerous police records of the and He is variously listed as a housebreaker, a shop breaker, a safe breaker, a receiver and a suspected person.

This is the first photograph of a person.  
Philadelphia, November 1839. "Robert Cornelius, self-portrait facing front, arms crossed. Inscription on backing: The first light-picture ever taken. 1839." One of the first photographs made in the United States, this quarter-plate daguerreotype, taken in the yard of the Cornelius family's lamp-making business in Philadelphia.
I love his face... the way he is looking at the camera.
Do you think he has ANY clue about what's to come??
How much…

Philadelphia, November "Robert Cornelius, self-portrait The first light-picture ever taken. this quarter-plate daguerreotype is said to be the earliest photographic portrait of a person.

T STYLE MAGAZINE L.A. Noir by Jack Davis. Fall 2016, www.imageamplified.com, Image Amplified6

T STYLE MAGAZINE: L.A. Noir by Jack Davis

The year’s best actors — including Krisha Fairchild, Taraji P. Henson, Emma Stone and Denzel Washington — channel classic film-noir looks and scenarios for a series of photographs.

Charged with theft and possession of cocaine. Barmaid Patsy Neill was involved in various criminal activities including theft and selling cocaine. In 1932 she had a disagreement over money with the infamous sly grogger Kate Leigh, which led to Neill being threatened with a gun. Neill was described in the press as 'looking like a mannequin on parade'. Aged 26.   Part of an archive of forensic photography created by the NSW Police between 1912 and 1964.

Patsy Neill, 30 January Barmaid Patsy Neill was involved in various criminal activities including theft and selling cocaine.

The year’s best actors — including Krisha Fairchild, Taraji P. Henson, Emma Stone and Denzel Washington — channel classic film-noir looks and scenarios for a series of photographs. PHOTOGRAPHS BY JACK DAVISON

Great Performers: The Portraits

The year’s best actors — including Krisha Fairchild, Taraji P. Henson, Emma Stone and Denzel Washington — channel classic film-noir looks and scenarios for a series of photographs. PHOTOGRAPHS BY JACK DAVISON

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A young Aboriginal child photographed at the Garma Festival 2008 By Cameron Herweynen

1920s mugshot

31 July Doris Winifred Poole appeared before the Newtown Police Court charged with stealing jewellery and clothing. She had previously been convicted on a similar charge in North Sydney and so received a six-month sentence with light labour.

Career criminal: James Donneley, 16, was jailed for two months for stealing shirts. Innocent-looking Mary Hinnigan, 13, was given a week of hard labour for stealing iron

Fagin's children: Mugshots of Victorian thieves as young as 11 who were sentenced to hard labour for stealing clothes and metal

Children's mugshots from the James Donneley, also know as James Darley, had been in and out of prison. On this occasion he was sentenced for two months for stealing some shirts.