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A glaring fraud: Joseph James COOPER aka the "Artful Dodger" 1875-1889

PRISON CLOTHING Hobart Gaol 1870s-1880s
JOSEPH JAMES COOPER prisoner

Fashions in prison uniforms at the Hobart Gaol in the 1870’s varied according to the class of criminal, his trade or job, and the season. 2,447 more words

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Sideshow Alley: Thomas Nevin at the NPG exhibition 2015

Ten Tasmanian prisoner mugshots by T. J. Nevin, 1870s
Exhibited at the NPG, Canberra, Sideshow Alley: Infamy, the macabre and the portrait,
4th December 2015 – 28th February 2016. 1,922 more words

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Prisoner Henry CLABBY and the TMAG frame-up

PRISONER HENRY CLABBY
CHARLES A. WOOLLEY and A.H. BOYD
T.J. NEVIN’S PRISONER PORTRAITS at the TMAG
EXHIBITIONS and MISATTRIBUTIONS
CHRIS LONG and DAN SPROD

More than sixty photographs taken by government contractor Thomas J. 5,341 more words

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Rogues Gallery: National Library of Australia collection

This collection of police mugshots – originally taken at the Hobart Gaol, Campbell St. Hobart and at the Mayor’s Court, Municipal Police Office, Hobart Town Hall,  by government contractor Thomas J. 277 more words

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Rogues Gallery: Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery Collection

These cartes-de-visite of Tasmanian prisoners printed in an oval mount are held at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart. They were originally held in the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Launceston, together with another three hundred or more 1870s mugshots taken at the Hobart Gaol by government contractor Thomas J. 769 more words

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