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Jailed: Catherine Kelly, 17, was given three months for stealing bed linen, while 14-year-old Henry Miller (right) received two weeks hard labour for stealing clothing

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

Jailed: Catherine Kelly, 17, was given three months for stealing bed linen, while 14-year-old Henry Miller (right) received two weeks hard labour for stealing clothing

London, 1904, man, male, handsome, gentleman, hat, vintage, building, city view, photograph, oldie, history, male fashion, photo, sapira

London, 1904, man, male, handsome, gentleman, hat, vintage, building, city view, photograph, oldie, history, male fashion, photo, sapira

1873: Elizabeth C Roberts, Prisoner Number 3130 (PCOM 2/352)    Lesson about Child Criminals during Victorian times.

1873: Elizabeth C Roberts, Prisoner Number 3130 (PCOM 2/352) Lesson about Child Criminals during Victorian times.

Billy Brooks - Gunfighters were a unique Western frontier product and a breed of their own—neither outlaw nor lawman but often either or both during their lifetime. This photo of Billy Brooks depicts a typical gunfighter of the 1870s, and he fit the mold: he was a lawman in Newton and Ellsworth, Kansas, a gunfighter in Dodge City—before any of those towns became “cowtowns”—and he died at the end of a rope in 1874 as a horse thief. This photo was probably taken circa 1872.

Billy Brooks - Gunfighters were a unique Western frontier product and a breed of their own—neither outlaw nor lawman but often either or both during their lifetime. This photo of Billy Brooks depicts a typical gunfighter of the 1870s, and he fit the mold: he was a lawman in Newton and Ellsworth, Kansas, a gunfighter in Dodge City—before any of those towns became “cowtowns”—and he died at the end of a rope in 1874 as a horse thief. This photo was probably taken circa 1872.

vintage everyday: Victorian Child Criminals – 16 Pitiable Portrait Pictures of…

vintage everyday: Victorian Child Criminals – 16 Pitiable Portrait Pictures of…

6 décembre 1952: Fleet Street.

1er juillet 1907: gare de Saint-Pancras.

6 décembre 1952: Fleet Street.

George Davey was sentenced to one month’s hard labour in Wandsworth Prison in 1872 for stealing two rabbits. He was ten years old.

George Davey was sentenced to one month’s hard labour in Wandsworth Prison in 1872 for stealing two rabbits. He was ten years old.

Photographies anthropométriques de Soudy et Gauzy, avril 1912

Photographies anthropométriques de Soudy et Gauzy, avril 1912

James Knapton, a 22-year-old miner, was sentenced for six years for setting fire to a stack of oats. He was photographed in front of a fake prison back-drop, showing an open cell. This was at the beginning of mugshots.

Thieves, thugs and a conman who impersonated a vicar: The first-ever criminal mugshots taken in Britain revealed 150 years on

James Knapton, a 22-year-old miner, was sentenced for six years for setting fire to a stack of oats. He was photographed in front of a fake prison back-drop, showing an open cell. This was at the beginning of mugshots.

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