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Photographs [series]:
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Bertillon System; Police Headquarters, Dresdon; 1907
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Police Dept., Dresdon, Uniform of High Officers (Capt., Lieut., Sergt.)
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Police Dept., Dresdon, Uniform of patrolmen of various grades
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Impersonation; Voight, (Capt. von Koepenick) who in officer's uniform arrested the mayor and took the city funds in Koepenick, Germany. (New York Tribune, 1908)
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Criminal Photography - Forgery of Check, original signature smoothly outlined
Forgery showing tremor due to slow tracing. Also signature showing tremor of old age with shapely marked corners at end of writing. Plates XXXIV, XXXV, XXXVI. Paul, Friedrich "Handbuch der Kriminalistisohen Photographie"

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Forgery: Rible said to have been Martin Luther's sold for a large sum of money. Entire book was a forgery. (Berlin, Sept. 19, 1907)
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Bertillon System. Tripod used for criminal work in photographing rooms, dead bodies, etc.: will hold apparatus and a man. (Folded for transportation, Sept. 19, 1907
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Bertillon System. Giant camera, showing method of use. Sept. 19, 1907
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Bertillon System. (a) Unknown woman who has forgotten her own identity. (b) Unknown man, identity desired
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Habitual Criminal. Convicted and punished 67 times in the Tyrole, Austria. Four photographs at different ages. 4 Bertillon pictures: 1906, Innsbruck; 1908, Bozen; 1909, Meran; 1910, Innsbruck
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Criminal Photography. Giant camera showing position of murdered girl, Hamburg. Plate XXVIII. Paul, Friedrich "Handbuch der Kriminalistisohen Photographie"
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Lust murder (Lustmord) from the criminal records of Hamburg, showing the position of the body and its surroundings. Plate XVII. Paul, Friedrich "Handbuch der Kriminalistisohen Photographie"
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Bertillon System. Showing cigar store and corpse of a murdered woman killed by an axe-blow at back of head as she turned to get cigars for the criminal. 1903
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Showing corpse as it was found the morning after the murder.
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Bertillon System. Body of murdered Insurance Agent Hartmann, as it was found after being exhumed. Dresdon, Sept. 1907
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Bertillon System. Bodies of unidentified men kept in cabinet of Police Headquarters. All were identified after some days or weeks. Berlin, Sept. 19, 1907
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Bertillon System. Profile and front view of unidentified woman found drowned. Kept on exhibitation in cabinets of Police Headquarters instead of in morgue. Body identified. Dreson, Sept. 11-19, 1907
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Bertillon System. Details of stand made to show place and date upon the negative itself, movable numeral used: (4 illus.), Dresdon, Sept. 11-19, 1907
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Bertillon System. Card register for men, Dresdon, Sept. 1907
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Bertillon System. Room for Daktyloskopie. Cabinet with work table. Finger-print stand. Framed instruction cards. Dresdon, Sept. 11-19, 1907
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Bertillon System. Finger-prints of Henry P. de Forest, Police Surgeon, New York City, on glass. Photo by obliquely transmitted light. Berlin, Sept. 28, 1907
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Bertillon System. Two finger prints made by the same criminal. Same enlarged. Burlgary. Crispi Case, New York City
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Bertillon System. Portion of safe door, showing experimental finger-prints. Value entirely destroyed by retouching of negative. "New York World" 1911.
 
Bertillon, Alphose. Portrait of Alphonse Bertillon, Chief of the Paris Secret Service Police, Died Feb. 17, 1914. Presented by M. Bertillon to Henry P. de Forest , M.D., Sept. 13, 1912 (O/S Folder)
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Finger-prints on cards used in the Fulton Savings Bank, and in about one hundred other banks in the State of New York for identification of the depositors,June 12, 1912. Presented by William J. Lovejoy, Cashier of Fulton Savings Bank
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Personal Identity. The veins of the back of the hand as a means of identification as suggested by Prof. Arrigo Tamassia, Professor of Legal Medicine at the Univerity of Padua, Italy. Legend under each one of the four photographs
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Criminal Photography. Collection of weapons and instruments from the Criminal Museum at Christiana, Norway, 1912
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Criminal Photography (Murder case). Amilon murdered for robbery, 1901 and put in a barrel. Murderer, Frederick Gustave Emmanuel Hanson sentenced to life imprisonment and died there in 1908. Stockholm, Sweden
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Criminal Photography (Murder case). Girl baby, nine months old, strangled Apr. 4, 1912, at Ralambstorg, near Stockholm, Sweden, by her father Earl Ludwig Nordahl, a shoe-maker. He concealed the baby in some underbrush near the road just outside of the town
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Review of Bureau of Police. Dept. of Public Safety, Philadelphia, Oct. 1910, at Philadelphia Ball Park
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Police Department New York., Uniform: Rogues' Gallery (in colors), plate 52a Police Dept. Annual 1911
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Daktyloscopie. Finger Print Bureau, Christiania, Norway, 1906
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Bureau of Physical Examination, Civil Service Commission. Joseph A. Ruddy taking fingerprints of candidates. Picture taken by Brosnan, Bd. W.S., Dec. 12, 1915
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Daktyloscopie. Bertillon System. Tripod set up with camera in position. Berlin, Sept. 19, 1907
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Portrait of Mary E. Holland, (nee) Trowel, born Urbana, Iowa, Feb. 20, 1857, died Wesley Memorial HospitalMar. 27, 1915, (Chicago, Ill.) Presented by J. Herbert Taylor, Mar. 30, 1915
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Daktyloscopie. Portrait of Johannes Evangelista Purkinje, 1787-1869. (This name is pronounced: Poor - keen - ye). In "Biology and its makers;" by W.A. Lacy, N.Y.: Holt, 1915, p.267 (Best portrait found)
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Daktyloscopie. "Finger-prints" of an armless vagrant, Scientific American, June 8, 1918
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Portrait of Sir William J. Hersohel. (In colors).
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Portrait of Sir William J. Hersohel. (from a recent photograph from life).
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Tattooing a Burmese boy.
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Tattooing.