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byrnes mugshots - Google zoeken

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Pretty Woman (1870s) from ~Kicha~ on Flickr. Tintype Ontario, Canada

Pretty Woman (1870s) from ~Kicha~ on Flickr. Tintype Ontario, Canada

Four Women Crying    Tintype 1/6 plate, circa 1878    Expressions of grief, especially crying, became a subject of memorial photography in the 1870s. These photographs, with their emphasis on the bereaved as opposed to the deceased, predated the similar concerns of memorial photography of the twentieth century. Images such as these resulted in public recognition that death also profoundly affected the living. It became common in the memorial photography of this time to see the bereaved in…

Four Women Crying Tintype 1/6 plate, circa 1878 Expressions of grief, especially crying, became a subject of memorial photography in the 1870s. These photographs, with their emphasis on the bereaved as opposed to the deceased, predated the similar concerns of memorial photography of the twentieth century. Images such as these resulted in public recognition that death also profoundly affected the living. It became common in the memorial photography of this time to see the bereaved in…

Michael Peter Ancher, Danish artist and member of The Skagen Painters group, c. 1877.  Submitted by lacalaveracatrina

Michael Peter Ancher, Danish artist and member of The Skagen Painters group, c. 1877. Submitted by lacalaveracatrina

Thief: Housekeper Emma Child was arrested aged 35 for stealing a sweater, her records describe her as of 5ft2', medium build with brown hair, brown eyes and a 'pale' complexion

The wanted Victorian women: Historic mugshots reveal the cunning faces of England’s Nineteenth Century bad girls

Thief: Housekeper Emma Child was arrested aged 35 for stealing a sweater, her records describe her as of 5ft2', medium build with brown hair, brown eyes and a 'pale' complexion

Detectives restrain a criminal to have his ‘mug-shot’ taken in New York c.1886.

Detectives restrain a criminal to have his ‘mug-shot’ taken in New York c.1886.

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Ferdinand Thomas Lee Boyle (American, 1820-1906). <em>William Everdell…

Ferdinand Thomas Lee Boyle (American, 1820-1906). <em>William Everdell…

The Threepenny Opera (Victorian youth crime)

Fagin's children: Mugshots of Victorian thieves as young as 11 who were sentenced to hard labour for stealing clothes and metal

The Threepenny Opera (Victorian youth crime)

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