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These mugshots come from a police identification book believed to be from the It was originally found in a junk shop by a member of the public and subsequently donated to Tyne & Wear Archives and Museums
'A general thief and bad character': John Dodgson, a miner born in was known for 'larceny and false pretences' - with his police identification record stating that he worked along and had 'extensively tattooed forearms and hands'
Flat cap: James Boyd Potter, who had the unfortunate nickname of 'Fatty Potter', was a labourer who had a long operation scar on the right hand side of his neck. He was known for pub, shop and warehouse breaking
Side-parted Undercut with an offset parting was popular in Germany bot among high civil and military officials. Plenty of hair pomade was used to keep the hairstyle in place and look neat. As to separate this parting was harder at home, it was often detailed with straight razor. Hair Ed Crane Photo Lev Polyantsev
American officers usually prefered longer cuts, without skinny sides. This haircut is usually called "gentlemen's taper cut", or "barbershop regular" haircut. . It was popular among Hollywood stars and American politicians. Unlike many classic cuts, it has never been out of fashion and still stays in a kind of "Executive" trend. Haircut - Ed Crane Photo - Mikhail Kolesnik Model - Vyacheslav Timofeev
When ‘Harry Leon Crawford’, hotel cleaner of Stanmore, was arrested and charged with his wife’s murder in 1920 he was revealed to be in fact Eugenia Falleni, a woman and mother, who had been passing as a man since