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Wanted poster for John Dillinger. On 22 July 1934 the homicidal criminal John Dillinger was killed in the street by FBI agents after coming out of the Biograph Theater in Chicago., 1934, Poster, U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, LL/3003
 
Police and law enforcement photography
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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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