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:178a West on Athens St. from Italy St. Sept. 1930
:178b South on Italy St. from Athens. Sept. 1930
:183 San Francisco, west from McAllister and Leavenworth Sts. May 1930
:184 San Francisco, north from Leavenworth and McAllister Sts. May 1930
:185a The Headquarters of the London, England, Detectives, it faces Thames Embancment [sic] bet. Westminster and Waterloo Bridges, in 1930
:185b The old Bailey Police Court in London, England
:186 North on London St. bet. Russia & Persica Sts. Nov. 1930
:187 Marihuana, [sic] a Mexican weed, this plant was grown out in the Miss ion District, San Francisco. The leaves of this weed are dried and smoked by the Mexicans. It is a habit-forming drug. If you smoke it much, it will make you want to fight. The United States Government are [sic] looking into this drug. Aug. 1930
:188 An other photo of the marihuana, [sic] a Mexican drug, see the other page. Aug. 1930
:189 An other photo of the marihuana, [sic] the Mexican weed. Aug. 1930
:190a An other photo of the Mexican weed, known as the marihuana, [sic] a narcotic, but not a habit forming plant. Aug. 1930
:193 Beer Graden [sic] Exhange - John Hogan - Prop. S.W. cor. Baker & Beach Sts. in 1890
:194 Gen. Bidwell and wife - Calif. Pioneers. Photo taken at Sutton House - Humbug Valley, Calif. about 1880. Bidwell Bar on the Yuba River was named after him.
:213a East on Silver Ave. from Brussells Ave. Nov. 1930
:213b North on Brompton St. bet. Joost and Bosworth Sts. Nov. 1930
:214 Dec. 22/30
:215 Dec. 22/30 Standing in Black suit next to Cook is Chief Wm. J. Quinn. Standing in light suit with glasses on, Jesse. B. Cook. Standing in light suit with light hat in the hand, next to Chief Quinn is Warden Jas. B. Halohan and at his right hand with his hat in his hand, Chief Jas. Drew of Oakland
:216b North on the Bay Shore Blvd. from Paul Ave. Nov. 1930
:220a East on Fell St. from Cole St. Oct. 1930
:220b North on 25th Ave. from Lawton St. Oct. 1930
:221a East on Bush St. from Buchanan St. Oct. 1930
:221b Left to right, back row: Jesse B. Cook, Police Commissioner - Wm. J. Quinn, Chief of Police - Dr. Thos. E. Shumate, Police Commissioner - Front Row, left to right: Theo. J. Roche, Pres. of the Police Commission and Jas. J. Tynan, Police Commissioner, Oct. 1930
:222a West on Portola Drive from Granville Way. 1930
:222b East on Chestnut St. from Leavenworth St. Nov. 1930
:223 Sept. 1930. Co. A - Lieut. Healey's Platoon. Back Row, left to ri ght: 1. F. Dickmeyer, 2. R. W. Harris, 3. W. Danahy, 4. T. Leave, 5. T. Corby, 6. J. Tiernan, 7. Carl Peterson, 8, Oakley Cook. Next Row, L. to R.: 1. F. Jeske, 2. Hagerty, 3. P. Schroder, 4. J. Dowd, 5. Leo. Morch, 6. J. Dolling, 7. M. Comody, 8. J. Morley. Next Row, L. to R. 1. J. Dyer, 2. J. McVeigh, 3. J. J. Rooney, 4. Lieut. Geo. Healey, 5. Sergt. Wm. Danahy, 6. M. McDonald, 7, J. Loran, 8. J. Collins
:231a West on Anza St. from 6th Ave. Dec. 1930
:231b North end of Larkin St. looking north, below Chestnut St. Dec. 1930
:235 Jany 1928. Left to right: Mayor Jas. Rolph Jr. - Chief of Police Wm. J. Quinn - Detective Sergeant Thos. Walsh - Police Commissioner Andrew J. Mahoney
:237a Carnation Draft horses once the property of the John Wieland Brewery on 2nd St. bet. Haward & Folsom St. Photo taken in the City of Stockton
:245 This photo was taken about 1908. N. E. cor. Bartlett Alley & Jackson St. 1. Sam Daggett, an old China Town Watchman. 2. Three men of the Board of Public Works, 3. Corpl. of Police Hagarty, 4. Henry Duffield, China Town Watchman, 5. Wm. J. Quinn, now S. F. [San Francisco] Chief of Police, 6. Geo. Downing, China Town Watchman, 7. Dan J. O'Brien, late Chief of Police, 8. Dick Kelly, bartender, 9. Pat Flaherty, bartender
:251a Oct. 1930. The Wobbly's [Wobblies] of S.F. [San Francisco] Calif. with Chief of Police Wm. J. Quinn in the lead
:261 Nov. 1930. Co. G. - Park Station. Lieut. Mark Higgins' Platoon. L. to R., back row: Arthur Burk, Ed. J. Murphy, John Payne, Louis Lang, Dewey Kauffman, Leo. McAllister, Ed. Johanson, Ray Stone, John Leahy, Virgil Vanderoot. Seated L. to R.: Fred Clemons, Corpl. O. L. Hassing, Lieut. Mark Higgins, Sergt. H. Combs.
:263 Dec. 1930. The S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept.'s Ball Team with Wm. J. Quinn, Chief of Police in the center.
:265 Dec. 1930. S.F. [San Francisco] Fire Dept.'s Ball team, in the center is Chief Chas. J. Brennan and Chief Wm. J. Quinn of the S.F. Police Dept. on the left in the back.
:281 1930. Front row, left to right: Breen, J. - Corporal Mohaupt, R. J. - Sergeant Pootel, E. R. - Sergeant Dowie, Arthur F. - Lieut. Christiansen, A. L. - Sergeant Hughes, Glen L. - Corporal Ruane, James J. - Bigelow, John Clifton - Clifford, Roy A. ...
:285a East on Geary St. from 8th Ave. Nov. 1930
:285b West on Bernal St. from Mary's Ave. Nov. 1930
:286 Feb. 1930. S.F. Police Ball - Feb. 1930
Police Review, Oct. 25/30
:289c S.F. Police Review, Oct. 25/30. Front row, Left to Right: Theo. J. Roche, A. Rossi, Acting Mayor, & Jesse B. Cook
:291 A Banquet given to Det. Sergt. Thos. Ryan. [Left to right:] Capt. Thos. Duke, Capt. M. O. Anderson, Judge Cabanes, Det. Sergt. Thos. Ryan, Jesse B . Cook, Chief of Police, Capt. M. J. Conboy, Capt. H. Gleeson, Judge Conlon
:293 The west side of Dupont St. from the cor. Washington & Dupont south - see the Chinese Flower stands for China New Years in 1900
:294 South side of Sacramento St. bet. Stockton & Dupont St. A Chinese prosession [sic] in 1911 at the time China became a republic.
:1a Joseph Burns @ Murray @ Red O'Brien. San Quentin. 45894. Age. 35. July 23, 1930. Committed suicide in the death cell, taking poison. July 25, 1928. In hold up of West Oakland Branch of the Oakland Bank, with Chas. McFarlin, teller in the Bank. 5.8.1911. Arr. Berkeley, Calif. Invest. Released. robbery at San Francisco. 10.29.1915. chg Asslt. Murder Dismissed. San Francisco. 1.3.1916. Recd. San Quentin. Robbery. 8 yrs. 12.26.1920. Discharged on Parole. 7.15.1922 chg. Burgl. Tool.s.Vag.Susp.Burgl. & ADW Dismissed.San Francisco. 10.19.1922. Jury Disagreed chg G. Theft. Auto. Dismissed. San Francisco. 7.2.1923 Arr. Santa Rosa. Dist. the Peace. 60 Days. Co. Jail. 2.7.1925. Recd San Quentin. chg. Robbery. 5 yrs to life. 2.10.25. Trans. to Folsom. Nov. 15.1926. Escaped from Folsom. 12.8.1927. Wanted Los Angeles. chg. Robbery. He was to have been executed on July 25/30 but he committed suicide by taking poison in the death cell.
:1b A Pioneer of Calif. May 10/29. Dr. Murphy was born Nov. 20th, 1837, died June 7th, 1890 For years his office was at the S.E. cor. Clay & Kearny Sts., upstairs, he also maintained a Drug store in his office, he was the Uncle of Dos. Stanton, Enright, & John Galway, three very prominent doctors in San Francisco. His plot is in the Holy Grace [?] Cemetery.
:2a Clarence Kelly. alias Ray Ellison. Buck Kelly. SQ No. 44926. 5.11.1928. Executed at San Quentin. age. 23. On night of Oct. 11.1926. in company with M. Papadachas, age 17, hired a taxi, driven by Walter Swanson, driving towards the Potrero - at a point near the middle of the 16th St., shot & killed the driver, and taking the taxi, drove across the bridge to 3rd St.; holding up an oil station, drove across to San Bruno Road, where they asked Mike Petrovich the time, killed him - continued to Brannan St. and at 7th, held up another gas station, killing John Duane, a watchman, who happended [sic] to be at the scene, held up a restaurant across the street, shooting the proprietor - continued to 3rd and Brannan Sts. where they held up a pedestrian, then to the waterfront. two more stickups - On night of Oct. 9th, 1926. two nights previous, Kelly with a Lawrence Weeks, shot & killed Mario Pagano in the North Beach section. In all - on Oct. 28.1926. Indicted 4 Counts Murder. 2 chgs. Asslt to Com. Murder. 2 chgs Robbery. 1 chg. Asslt to Rob. chg G. Larceny. Two men wounded by Kelly witnessed the Hanging, C.W. Johnson and Louis Farranda, Kelly's father, Josp. Kelly sat in silence in his cell at San Quentin, where he is serving time for robbery from Alameda County.
:2b George Costello @ Ernest Cambertoli. John Menlo. Jas. Burns. July 25.1928. In Holdup of West Oakland Branch of Oakland Bank, shot & killed. Had served 6 months San Francisco Co. Jail. chg. Simple assault. 4.25.1925. Arr. Seattle. Wash. in hold up of Nanaimo Bank. 4.19.1925. Escaped from King County Jail.
:2c Mark Dowell @ Mark Odalivich @ Mack L. Dowell. SQ 44161. 8.17.1928. Executed at San Quentin. age. Age 23. 6.26.1927. While engaged in a stick up south of Market - was intercepted by Officer John Driscoll of the Southern Station, who gave chase, Dowell turning, shot and killed the Officer. Dowell. Served time in Washington Refty for Robbery.
:7a George M. Saville alias Lord Ashburton alias H. Percy alias W.J. Hadley alias Charles Bertrand alias Big Griff was arrested in this city December 24th, 1878. He posed as an Englishman traveling for pleasure and uttered forged letters and checks on different Eastern Banks and also in Canada. Captain Lees arrested him in this city on a forgery charge and on June 14th, 1880, he was sent to the Folsom penitentiary for eight years. While in the prison he dosed himself with pills made out of soap which kept him constantly sick in the stomach and pricked his gums till the blood came his hope being to create the impression that he was suffering from hemmorage [sic] of the lungs. He played the part so well that he received a pardon from Governor Perkins in 1882. He introduced himself to Studebaker the wagon manufacturer, as agent for the Standard Company and through these means he would secure letters of introduction to prominent people whom he would swindle.
:7b Bob Durkin alias Frank Russell alias John Reed, No. 15252 was the first prisoner sent to the Industrial School in this city in the early days. Then on Feb. 16th, 1865, he was sent to San Quentin from Sacramento County for Burglary. On June 21st, 1869, he was sent over to S.Q. from El Dorado Co. for one year for housebreaking. July 19th, 1870, sent over from Trinity Co. for 3 years. July 25th, 1874, he broke jail in this city and was afterward captured and sent to S.Q. for 2 years for breaking and injuring jail. Jan. 29th, 1877, was sent over to S.Q. from Butte County for 5 years Burglary. July 2nd, 1881, was sent to S.Q. for 15 years from Nevada County for Burglary. February 21st, 1893, was sent to S.Q. for 7 years from Kern County for burglary. after coming out he was picked up at San Jose in 1897 and charged with Vagrancy and sent to Jail there for 60 days from whence he made his escape but was latter [sic] picked up and served out the time.
:8c Ah You photographed in 1861. Ah You, Born in China, Age 23 years, weight 136, Height, 5 ft. 3 inches, complexion, copper coloured, Hair & eyes black, nose flat at the bridge, face full, number of small moles on right cheek, one mole on left side of neck, sent to Co. Jail, Nov. 22.61. for 90 days on charge of petit Larceny, arrested by Citizen John Nichols. [?] taken Nov. 22 [?]. This Chinaman was the first Chinese to be photographed in the Police Gallery when it was first opened in 1861 at San Francisco
:9c Dr. William P. Burke - Proprietor of Burk's Sanitarium at Santa Rosa, Sonoma County. He was charged with attempted murder of one of his nurses by blowing up a tent in which she slept. He was convicted and sent to San Quentin. He was a very fine physician and had a large following.
Joseph and Harry Furey, who were known throughout the United States as swindlers and bunco men. They were expert at the lock trick and the pea and shell game. They swindled a cattleman out of $14,000.00 by means of a fake race in Nevada.
:14a Edward Gilfeather. On Feb.28.1874. was sent to the County Jail chg.Robbery, with Doran, McCall and Kennedy, On Oct. 27.1874.sent to San Quentin, term 3 yrs. on Oct. 22nd.1875.was pardoned by the Governor, (Pacheco). Aug. 31st.1987 [1887?]. Sent to San Quentin from San Francisco.term 6 yrs.chg.Att.Burgl. Aug.7.1881.arr. at Alameda and escaped from the Alameda Co. Jail. In 1833. sentenced to Joliet Penn.10 yrs. chg. Burglary
:15a-c The Railroad Bank at Roseville was held up on January 18, 1926, by four men who took out $45,000 of the funds and proceeded along the highway with their loot. Detective Sergeants E.L. Roberts and Walter Nelson, of Sacramento, overtook them on the road and, after a gun battle, one of the desperados was killed and the other three taken into custody and are now doing five years to life in the Folsom Prison. The dead bandit, known only as "Whitey," was said to have been identified as Hugh Whitney, a notorious bandit who once terrorized the Wyoming-Utah-Montana borders some years ago. These photographs of the bandits are: J. Rechisin, alias Ray Parker, Folsom Prison No. 13971; John Ryan, Folsom Prison No. 13972; Thomas Newman, alias Joe Ross, Folsom Prison No. 13973.
:18a Philomena Falkner, alias the "Galloping Cow", the name given her on account of her awkward walk. She was another pickpocket from the Barbary Coast. She was sent to San Quentin Prison in 1877 for assault to do great bodily harm. A boy, who was selling wild ducks strung across his shoulders, happened to pass by her room in a building on Broadway near Kearny street, when she ran out and grabbed him and threw him out of a window, badly crippling him.
:22b John Piggot, alias John Pickett. This is a bad one; would stop at nothing, as his record will show you. On Feb. 11, 1899, he was sent to San Quentin Prison for 5 years. His eastern records show as follows: Oct. 4, 1903, arrested in Chicago; charge petit larceny and fined. Oct. 1, 1904, arrested in Philadelphia, charge petit larceny and was fined. Sept. 15, 1904, arrested in New York for picking pockets, charge dismissed. June 26, 1906, arrested in Auburn, N.Y., charge petit larceny; charge dismissed. March 28, 1907, arrested in Baltimore, Md. for picking pockets and sent to States Prison for one year. March 4, 1909, arrested in Washington, D.C. Charge, vagrancy, charge dismissed. April 18, 1914, arrested in Cleveland, Ohio; charge petit larceny and was sent to the Ohio State Prison.
:23b Chas. Morton, another Midwinter Fair pickpocket, came west to show how cleaver [sic] he was and on March 6, 1894, was arrested at the Fair and sent to San Quentin for 2 years and on finishing his term in prison, left for the east stating that San Francisco was not such a "jay town" as he had been told it was.
This is a group of the most dangerous gang of confidence men that ever worked San Francisco. They were arrested after robbing a number of citizens out of large sums of money. Their games were "Two Card Monte," "Pea and Shell Game," "Stud Horse Poker," and other short card tricks. On August 23, 1894, they were arrested by Detectives Charles Cody, William Handley, and George Graham. Their names and prison numbers are as follows: George Watson, No. 12288, Charles Cummings, No. 12290, Joseph Wright, No. 12291, Thomas Ward, No. 12292, Frank Howard, No. 12293, and T.P. Conlin, No. 12294.
:25a Wm. McGowan, #11556 - who was arrested and did time for picking pockets. His graft was to board street cars when they were crowded and pick the pockets of the passengers. The last time he was arrested was in the Summerfield Store on Market St., where he had picked the pocket of a woman and for this he was sent to Folsom Prison for 3 years and after coming out of Folsom he went east.
:26a Anthony Del Sol. San Francisco, Gallery #33062, Oakland #7684. 6-23-1922; arrested S.F., Grand Larceny, dismissed 6-27-22. 3-10-1920, arrested Oakland, Cal. Burglary 5-18-20, 5 years probation, 7-28-1922; arrested S.F., Cal. Grand Larceny by trick and device, Held to answer and dismissed on motion of district attorney Department #6, Superior County, 9-13-1922. 9-13-1922; arrested obtaining money under false pretenses. 9-13-1922; arrested $1000 vag. residence 900 Fultin [Fulton] Street. (Bailed), J. Coleman and Posse. This man had his wife in a sporting house, when he was last arrested
:30c Alfonse Rincon.42471.Murder. 24.5.7 -131.Blk.Mar.Eyes.Pressman.Calif.Death. Willie Adams and Alfonso Rincon were hung at San Quentin October 8-1926. Partners in death as in life these two youthful slayers plunged side by side into eternity from twin gallows. They murdered an aged man named H.K. Ullman and taking from his person the sum of six dollars all the money he possessed. They were known as the six dollar murderers. The largest crowd ever to witness a hanging at San Quentin saw Adams and Rincon die. The place where they killed the old man is Lake Elizabeth near Los Angeles.
:32a Jos. H. Watts - prison number 36425 and Mauricio Trinidad, prison number 10372, were hanged at the same time, side by side at San Quentin prison October 15th, 1926. Watts was crossing the Colorado desert and met a man by name of Hey whose home was in Los Angeles. Hey was driving an automobile and took Watts in to help him across the desert and in return for his kindness Watts killed Hey and hid his body on the desert near a lake, where it was found later. Watts then took the automobile, drove to Los Angeles and sold it. He also robbed Hey's body, taking his bank book on a Los Angeles bank. He drew some of the money abd [sic] was later arrested and convicted.
The following are the men - all ex-convicts - arrested, but not charged, for robbing the Twenty-fourth and Sanchez Office of the American Trust Company on February 11, 1925. The employees of this Office could not identify them as the men who robbed the bank. These men were turned over to the Los Angeles Police and charged with the robbery of the Branch of the California Bank at Hollywood Junction, Los Angeles. The San Francisco Police are sure these men robbed our Twenty-fourth and Sanchez Office. The Photographs are as follows: No. 33675 - William McClean, alias Jimmy Carroll. No. 33212 - Ernest P. St. Claire, alias Ernest P. Gonzalas. No. 33673 - Alex Myszkowski, alias Albert Mason. No. 33653 - John Murphy, alias Jack Colombo.
:54b Samuel Thomas. San Quentin 45604. Executed, March 22, 1929. Age - 30. Kicked and stabbed Rose Lewis, a negress to death in Oakland, Calif. Walked to gallows with smile - the execution was delayed for half an hour awaiting word from the Governor's office, as a reprieve was expected, two Inspectors of Oakland Police Dept. expressing the fact they believed him innocent. No record.
:54e James Chandler. San Quentin. 46862. Executed Feb. 10.1930. Age - 38. Killed a woman in Los Angeles; phonograph played in the death cell as he started his march to the gallows, stated to Negro Minister who accompanied him to the fatal 13 steps, he had less fear of the executioner that he had of the police judges. Served 29 months Leav. Pen. several arrests Los Angeles.
:55a Alphonse Reilly. San Quentin. 46764. Executed Mar. 14.1930. Age - 22. In hold up of a shoe store in Los Angeles, shot & killed proprietor. Came to coast from St. Louis, Mo. Was in Navy and became straggler & deserter - 2.24.1927. Arr. Long Beach, & released to Navy Suthorities [sic].
:55c Edgar La Pierre. San Quentin. 44944. Executed Feb. 12.1929. Age - 31. Killed William Davis, an Oakland Policeman - subject with his wife, Mrs. Garrielle La Pierre. His wife [sic] brother Leo Archambault with deceased were in apartment of La Pierre, drinking, during an argument, killing followed, - Archambault is serving Life and Mrs. La Pierre is serving 0-10 years for their participation if [sic] the crime.
:55d Louis Lazarus. San Quentin 45874. Executed Jan.3.1930. Age - 37. In hold up of West Oakland Branch of Oakland Bank, shot & killed Chas. W. McFarlin, teller in bank - with H.E. Murray @ Burns. SQ 45894. & George Costello, SQ 45873. (Both executed). Record. 11.21.18. Burg. Chg. Dismissed. San Francisco. 4.1.20. Verdict, Not Guilty. San Francisco Sup. Crt. 8.23.1921. Arr. Seattle. being returned from Janas [?] City, Mo. 9.27.1921. Recd. Walla Walla Pen. chg. Robbery. 5-8 yrs. 12.11.1926. Arr. Los Angeles. Dyer Act. Probation. 6.29.1927. Arr. Los Angeles. Co. Chg. Robbery
:67 Dec. 31/30 at the Civic Center Auditorium, Mayor Jas. Rolph Jr., Farewell address to the S.F. [San Francisco] Police & Fire Depts. On Jany 6th, 1931, at 10 A.M. he will take his Oath of Office as the Governor of the State of California. The Police & Fire Commissioners are seated on the platform with his Honor the Mayor. On your right are the Police & on your left the Fire Dept.
:68 Dec. 31/30. The last farewell address to the S.F. [San Francisco] Police & Fire Depts. at the Civic Center Auditorium. With the Police on your right & the Fire Dept. on your left. The Police & Fire Commissioners are on the stand with his Honor Jas. Rolph Jr. The party with the light overcoat on seated in the center on the Grand Stand is Jesse B. Cook.
:80 Police Ball, Feb. 28/31. The couples right to left, front row: Com. & Mrs. Jesse B. Cook., Com. & Mrs. Thos. E. Shumate, Mayor & Mrs. Angelo Rossi, Gov. Jas. Rolph Jr., & his sister-in-law Mrs. Thos. Rolph, Dan J. & Mrs. O'Brien, Chief & Mrs. Wm. J. Quinn, Com. & Mrs. Frank Foran, Mr. & Mrs. J.J. Tynan.
:84 Top Row, L. to R.: Jas. E. Gleeson, Emile J. Dutil, Thos. E. Collins, Jas. R. Kelly, H. Hellehen, Albert W. Bagott, Ed. A. Franke. Center Row, L. to R.: Herbert Smith, J.A. Ahern, C.F. Crosby, F.P. Allen, A.W. Argens, A.P. Markgref, M.J. Buckley. Front Row, L. to R.: Geo. Mildahn, A.L. Machado, Capt. Chas. Goff, Clifford Smith, Isaac Bittles. April 1/31
The Annual Concert & Ball of the San Francisco Police Dept. in the Civic Auditorium. Feb. 28/31
Tiburon Cove Bay, Marin Co., Calif. 1931
Richardson's Bay, Marin Co. 1931
The U.S. Rev. Cutter Bear in the Arctic Ocean, June 1918 - now out of Commission at Oakland, Calif.
The same boat
The same Police Station will be here.
Same as above
:206a Meeting of the Bay County Peace Officers Association at the Sanoma [Sonoma] Inn - Sanoma [Sonoma] City - Calif. Aug. 26/31. Marked with cross is Jesse B. Cook - 1. Chief Wm. J. Quinn, S.F. [San Francisco] Dept., 2. Chief Harper of Burlingame Dept., 3. Geo. Hearst of the S.F. Examiner, 4. Joe Murphy of the American Trust Co.
:206b Desperadoes of California's Colorful History slipped from the "Pages of the Past" yesterday, Aug. 26/31, to entertain the Bay County Peace Officers Ass. at Sonoma Inn, Sonoma City, Sonoma Co., Calif. Left to right: George Sontag, Mr. Wm. Ferdon, Jaquin Murietta [Joaquin Murieta], Mr. Bernard Carr & Black Bart, Mr. J. O'Day.
:207a Chief Wm. J. Quinn covering the Bandits David Cohen as Al Capone, Bernard Carr as Jauquin Murietta [Joaquin Murieta], John O'Day as Black Bart & Wm. Ferdon as Geo. Sontag. In the dark suit of clothes in the background is Max Goldburg, father of Rube Goldburg of the S.F. [San Francisco] Examiner at the Sanoma [Sonoma] Inn. Aug. 26/31. The man with Max Goldburg is attorney Howard Finn.
:207b Bernard Carr as Jauquin Murietta [Joaquin Murieta] in front of the Blue Wing. Rendezvous of early days meeting place of Argonauts and frequented by Jaquin Murietta [Joaquin Murieta], noted Mexican bandit and his followers. This building was built of adobe, about 1790 - at Sanoma [Sonoma] City, Calif.
:219 The Annual Review and Inspection of the San Francisco Po lice Dept. on Nov. 14/31 in front of the City Hall. Front row, Left to Right: 1. Wm. J. Quinn, Chief of Police, 2. Mayor Angelo J. Rossi, 3. Theo. J. Roche, Pres. of Commission, 4. Jesse B. Cook, Police Commissioner, 5. Dr. Thos. E. Shumate, Police Commissioner, 6. Frank J. Foran, Police Commissioner.
:7 Pensioned for age, Dec. 28/31, to take effect of Jany 1/32. Front Row, L. to R.: Police Officer Ed. G. Ring - age 72. Inspector Wm. Armstrong, [age] 79, Chief of Police Wm. J. Quinn (not retired), Matron Mrs. Mary Condon, age 67, Lieut. John F.Fitzhenry, [age] 74, Capt. Herbert J. Wright, [age] 72. Back Row, L. to R.: Police Officer Pat J. O'Brien, age 71, Sergt. F.H. Nosman, [age] 72, Police Officer R. McDowell, [age] 71, Inspector Jerry F. Dinan, [age] 70, [Inspector] Arthur B. Riehl, [age] 66, Sergt. John B. Collins, [age] 75, Police Officer H.J. Pyle, [age] 68, Corpl. John B. Charleston, [age] 73.
:105 Feb. 12/32, Left to Right: Police Officer Arthur Garrett - Capt. Chas. Goff - Capt. J.J. O'Meara - Capt. Arthur De Guire - Capt. A. McGowan - Capt. Steve Bunner - Chief of Police Wm. J. Quinn - Capt. H. Wright - Capt. J.J. Casey - Mayor Angelo J. Rossi, Police Officer Jack Hanley - Former Police Commissioner Jesse B. Cook - Capt. Ted Lemon - Capt. John Lackman - Capt. T.L. Hoertkorn - Former Capt. D. Matheson - Capt. B. Judge - Capt. M. Riordan. Ball Committee W. & O. Aid Ass. S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept. Invitation to the Mayor.
:122 S.F. Police Ball. Feb. 13/32, at the Civic auditorium. Front Row, R. to L.: Dr. and Mrs. Thos. E. Shumate, Mr. & Mrs. Dan J. O'Brien, Chief & Mrs. Wm. J. Quinn, Capt. & Mrs. Horace McGowan, Mayor & Mrs. A. Rossi, Hon, Theo. J. Roche, Gov. Jas. Rolph, Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Al. J. Cleary, Hon. & Mrs. Frank H. Foran
:4a William N. O'Connor, alais [sic] Big Bill Conners. Wounded in a gun battle with seven detectives, July 7th, 1924, in a 6th St. apartment house. The shooting was through the door of his apartment, this door being litterly [sic] demolished by bllets [sic]. O'Connor was badly wounded, but none of the officers were hurt. He and his gang were wanted for robbing the 17th & Castro St. branch Bank of Italy, where they locked the employees in the vault, and got away with $6793. He was also wanted for the robbery of the Houson Gilmon Jewelry Co. 290 Post St. On the morning of June 24th, 1924, he compelled the employees to open the vault and removed $97,000 worth of jewelery [sic].
San Quintin [Quentin] - 1889. While I was a member of the San Diego Police Department, I was detailed by Chief Joe Coyn, to bring these to [sic] men to San Quintin [Quentin]
:13 This grave was found in the under brush, such as you see on the hill in the photo, it was in the center of the New Highway to the town of Weaverville, so the Stait [sic] Highway Commissioners, ordered the road be built around the grave, which was done, they also put a concrete base, and Iron fence, and a wooden fence around it, at each end of the grave they put a post with red glass, so that autos will keep clear of the head stone of marble, with the following on ingraved [sic] on it. "Chas., son of George & Helena Brownstein. Born April 6th, 1864, died Dec. 14th, 1864, at Shasta City, Calif." It was a Jewish boy, as there are letters in Hebrew on the head stone, no one could be found in that part of the state, now living that knew these people.
:18 The Wedding of Jennie Crocker at Burlingame in 1910. Thoes [sic] present - Left to Right: 1. Gardener, 2. Frazer the Photographer, 3. Off. Jas. Redmon, S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept., 4. Mr. Fields of the Pinkertons, 5-6-7. Estate Employer, 8. Jerry Cowens, Corpl. of Police, S.F., 9. Jerry Dinan, S.F. Police, 10. Det. Thos. C. Murphy, S.F., 11. Coachman on the Estate, 12. Pinkerton Officer, 13. Officer Chas. Jenkins, S.F., 14. Employee of Estate, 15. Det. Harry Cook, S.F., 16. Det. Arthur McQuaid, 17. Chief Hirshey of Hillsborough, 18. Det. Thos. Reagan, 19. Gardener of Estate, 20-21-22. Pinkerton Officers. Photo by Geo. G. Frazer.
:28 Co. A. 2nd Div. S.F.P. [San Francisco Police] Dept. 1 897 - Back Row, L. to R.: Dan Sylvester, John McLean, Dan Lyons, Geo. Douglass, Jas. Welch, A. Snowball, Harry Hook, P.H. Murphy. Next Row: Chas. Fennell, Pete Keys, Pete Burns, Pete Gillin, W.W. Wilson, Jas. Mylor, Ben Sawyer. Next Row: Tim Dugan, Smith Carr, O.J. Myriak, Morris Duane, M.L. Joy, M. Brady, John Fleming, J.B. Hurd, C. Philips, Sam Rankin. Next Row: Jas. McAuliff, J.B. Collins, Tim Connolly, Sergt. J.B. Martin, Capt. Geo. W. Willman, Sergt. Chas. Nash, Geo. Riordan, John O'Brien, Jas. Callinan
:31 Harry Morosco in 1880 - Harry Morosco, son of Walter Morosco of the Old Union Hall, later known as Morosco's Theater on the south side of Howard St. bet. 3rd & 4th in 1889. There [sic] true name was Bishop, I showed with them through the Middle West in 1880, with Muldon & Whistler combination in 1881 - they came West with Andrews & Stockwell Co.
June 1934. Red Bluff, Cal.
S.F. [San Francisco] Fire Boat, 1910
S.F. [San Francisco] Fire Boat, 1910
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