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    1930s and older mugshots - women

    26 Fascinating Mug Shots Of Criminals In The 1870s: At the young age of 14, Henry Miller was charged with the theft of clothing and sentenced to 14 days of hard labor for his crime.

    1968 mug shot of a drag queen

    Elizabeth Singleton, 27 April 1927, prostitution.

    Australian mug shot

    Fifteen-year-old Margaret Cosh was convicted of stealing a coat. She had no previous convictions and served two months with hard labor.

    Montreal prostitute from 1940s -

    Tattooed French Prostitute c.1920s

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    Thirteen-year-old James Scullion was sentenced to 14 days' hard labor for stealing clothes. After this he was sent to Market Weighton Reformatory School for three years.

    Vintage Mugshots from the 1920s. Australia.

    Nellie Cameron was one of Sydney’s best-known, and most desired, prostitutes.

    Patty Hearst, granddaughter of legendary newspaper publisher William Randolph Hearst, was photographed by the San Mateo County Sheriff in September 1975 after her arrest on bank robbery and gun charges. Hearst, kidnapped by the Symbionese Liberation Army in February 1974, was sentenced to seven years in prison. She was released in February 1979 after President Jimmy Carter commuted her sentence.

    Studio portrait of a beautiful young woman from Cooktown, Queensland (circa 1880 - 1890). Photo from the State Library of Queensland collection. Photos of this time period often contained props reflecting a person's occupation or status. In this case, for instance, the book she is holding could suggest that she is a well educated woman.

    Vintage bad girl mugshots. THIS IS AWESOME! 23 different mug shots. Love it. Thanks, @rivolta ! :)

    1922 Convicted of using an instrument to procure a miscarriage. Janet Wright was a former nurse who performed illegal abortions from her house in Kippax Street, Surry Hills. One of her teenage patients almost died after a procedure and Wright was prosecuted and sentenced to 12 months hard labour. Aged 68.

    François Bertillon, 23 months. Crime: Gluttony, nibbling all the pears from a basket. October 17, 1893

    Convicted of murder. 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.

    Mug shot of Nebraska criminal past