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Unknown (American), Mug shot - Escapee wanted for murder, Gelatin silver print, Private collection of Brad Feuerhelm, LL/20621
Police and law enforcement photography
Photography as an aid to detection
420.01   The Weymouth Poisoning Case - Miss Mary Tirrell Disinterred (1860)
420.02   J.E. Mayall: Use of cartes de visite to support police investigations
420.03   The Pinkerton Detective Agency and photography
Crime scene photography
420.04   Alphonse Bertillon (attributed): Album of Paris Crime Scenes
Wanted criminals
420.05   Wanted criminals
Bertillon anthrometric records
420.06   Anthropometric records - Alphonse Bertillon system
Crime prevention
420.07   U.S. Treasury Note and National Bank Note Detector (1866)
Hans Gross on photography and criminal investigation
420.08   Hans Gross: Criminal Investigation (1906) - Importance of Photography from a judicial point of view.
420.09   Hans Gross: Criminal Investigation (1906) - Particular cases of the employment of Photography.
420.10   Hans Gross: Criminal Investigation (1906) - Recognition of Criminals from their Photographs.
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