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  • Emily Beck

    Eugenia Falleni had lived as a man called 'Harry Crawford' and killed her wife when she discovered the sordid secret. Mugshot ca 1922. "Top hats, suits and bow-ties: The 1920s police mugshots of Australian murderers and conmen that hide their sinister crimes" by Rick Dewsbury, Daily Mail Online, 14 April 2012.

  • Sylvia Johnson

    mug shot of Eugenia Falleni: When ‘Harry Leon Crawford’, hotel cleaner of Stanmore was arrested and charged with wife murder he was revealed to be in fact Eugeni Falleni, a woman and mother, who had been passing as a man since 1899. In 1914, as ‘Harry Crawford’, Falleni had married the widow Annie Birkett. Three years later, shortly after she announced to a relative that she had found out ‘something amazing about Harry’, Birkett disappeared.

  • Paula Trescothick

    Vintage Mugshots from 1920s Australia. Eugenia Falleni, alias Harry Crawford, 1920. When ‘Harry Leon Crawford’, hotel cleaner of Stanmore was arrested and charged with wife murder he was revealed to be in fact Eugeni Falleni, a woman and mother who had been passing as a man since 1899. In 1914, as ‘Harry Crawford’, Falleni had married the widow Annie Birkett. Three years later, shortly after she announced to a relative that she had found out ‘something amazing about Harry’, Birkett disappeared.

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When ‘Harry Leon Crawford’, hotel cleaner of Stanmore was arrested and charged with wife murder he was revealed to be in fact Eugeni Falleni, a woman and mother, who had been passing as a man since 1899. In 1914, as ‘Harry Crawford’, Falleni had married the widow Annie Birkett. Three years later, shortly after she announced to a relative that she had found out ‘something amazing about Harry’, Birkett disappeared.