Prostitute Ettie Sultana worked in northern New South Wales and in the Queensland cities of Brisbane and Toowoomba for most of her career. She had multiple convictions for prostitution, theft, drunkenness, swearing and vagrancy. She was sentenced to six months with hard labour. 1922 Mugshots Etty Sultana1922 Jpg, Hair Ideas, Awesome Hair, Cities, Mugs Shots, Vintage Mugshots, 1920S Mugshots, South Wales, Mug Shots
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Convicted of murder. Mrs Dorothy Mort was having an affair with dashing young doctor Claude Tozer. On 21 December 1920 Tozer visited her home with the intention of breaking off the relationship. Mort shot him dead before attempting to commit suicide. Aged 32.
1920-Petty thief Ruby Furlong was involved in an altercation with a drunk musician at Newtown. She pulled out a razor and slashed his face, leaving an ugly scar. Furlong was a feared criminal who had a string of convictions in the early 1920s. Ruby, aged 34, was serving time for malicious wounding when this photograph was taken.
Convicted of murder 1928. Eugenia Falleni spent most of her life masquerading as a man. In 1913 Falleni married a widow, Annie Birkett, whom she later murdered. The case whipped the public into a frenzy as they clamoured for details of the ‘man-woman’ murderer. Aged approximately 43.
Australian Sisters on board SS Mooltan - Tasmanian Sisters on board, 1915 / photographer A.W. Savage. Army sisters en route to the Third Australian General Hospital at Lemnos. Silver gelatin photographs from the collections of the Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales.