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1931 Original Prisoner Photos from N.J. State Police

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Posted 6 years ago

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Here are 2-Vintage 1931 Original Police Prisoner Photos and I.D./Print Cards from New Jersey State Police (Hammonton, New Jersey).
Both arrested by Troopers MacKinnon & Kopf on 8/4/1931 for the Crimes of Burglary & Safe Blowing.
#1 Edward Cutler AKA Geo. Kessler
#2 John McCluskey
As you can see John McCluskey photo is faded from age.


  1. collector4evr collector4evr, 6 years ago
    packrat-place & pw-collector
    Thank you for the love.
  2. packrat-place packrat-place, 6 years ago
    These are really great, Ok, since you have shown them to us, you can put them back in your family album!!!Hah
    Where did you really find these?
  3. collector4evr collector4evr, 6 years ago
    I found these at a garage sale some 20+/- years ago while visiting New Jersey.
    They were in a plastic bag with others of the same type and misc. police paperwork, such as old arrest reports. The family that had these must have known someone that worked in the P.D. back when.
  4. packrat-place packrat-place, 6 years ago
    That is a really great find! I love them.
  5. collector4evr collector4evr, 6 years ago
    pw-collector, packrat-place, AR8Jason, vetraio50 & walksoftly
    Thanks all for the love(-;
  6. collector4evr collector4evr, 6 years ago
  7. collector4evr collector4evr, 6 years ago
    Thank you for the love again
  8. petey petey, 6 years ago
    You are welcome collector4evr, this is a great find, and really interesting, I always thought these sort of things were destroyed when they were no longer needed.
  9. collector4evr collector4evr, 6 years ago
    This was the first and last time I ever saw this type collection, I love them for the history part. I think you are correct that most were destroyed. What I think happened here was that the Detective that handled these cases brought them home with him and never returned them at his departure. They went with his estate and the family let them go?? My thoughts.
  10. petey petey, 6 years ago
    collector4evr i think you are right, just makes this collection super rare, and very interesting, well done for getting hold of them!
  11. collector4evr collector4evr, 6 years ago
    Thank you (-:

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