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Chief Justice Sir Francis Smith and prisoner George Fisher

Chief Justice Sir Francis Villeneuve Smith (1819–1909) of the Supreme Court Hobart was administrator of the colony of Tasmania in 1874 and most interested in the uses of judicial and forensic photography which he had witnessed on a visit to Victoria in 1872 (TRE1/1/363 1154). 1,725 more words

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Prisoner Richard COPPING and Hobart Gaol executions

Police photographer Thomas J. Nevin took this vignette of Richard Copping for prison records at the Hobart Gaol when Copping was remanded at the Supreme Court on 23rd July 1878. 1,647 more words

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Prisoner James Geary: mugshots and rap sheet 1865-1896

Mugshots of locally born Tasmanian prisoner James Geary (1844-1897?) from 1874-1893
Left:     Photographed by Thomas Nevin, 20th February 1874 at the Police Office, Hobart Gaol… 883 more words

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A few drinks on Christmas Eve 1885 at New Town

Title: Maypole Corner of Newtown Road and Risdon Road looking north
In: Allport album III No. 59
Publisher: Hobart : s.n.,
ADRI: AUTAS001126183722
Source: Allport Library and Museum of Fine Arts… 1,249 more words

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Prisoner Thomas JEFFRIES, aka five-fingered Tom

NLA Catalogue (incorrect information)
Part of collection: Convict portraits, Port Arthur, 1874.; Gunson Collection file 203/7/54.; Title from inscription on verso.; Inscription: “299 ; Henry {incorrect – Thomas} Jeffries, native, taken at Port Arthur, 1874″–In ink on verso. 1,603 more words

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Henry Singleton aka Harry the Tinker who pinches books

Who was Henry Singleton aka Richard Pinches aka Harry the Tinker aka Henry Salterton, really? And who was his companion Elizabeth Wilder aka Mrs Poole or Singleton aka Elizabeth Singleton – his mistress, his wife or his daughter? 3,277 more words

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