Law, crime & justice
Found in 37 Collections and/or Records:
An Old Time Igloo, made of sod with wood supports. CLA: In or near lived old Owtownarook, the Hitler of Tigara. He made war on tribes north and south. His "woman" turned against him and betrayed him to his enemies, who shot him as he slept in his igloo., 1929
[Charles Leland Scott, while official deputy in Lane County Sheriff's Office under Sheriff A.J Johnson of Creswell. Note about their friendship. Stamped studio mount.], 1894-1898
City jail, Portland, Second and Oak. Crowd gathered to witness jailing body of society women arrested for praying in a saloon for Temperance., undated
Exterior view of the Lane County Courthouse. On board backing.
Foundation of Portland post office, under construction in 1873. Lutheran church and old wooden courthouse in background., 1873
Group of Gov't officials in Sitka. CLA: Marshal Shoup, 1st District Al. 1898 at Sitka. From left font row: Dep. Mar. Snook, Marshal J.M. Shoup, Chf. Dep. (///) McNair (Hal)..[more writing on back but unreadable]
Henry H. Gilfry, June 26th 1878 [portrait of man involved in Oregon legal cases, esp. Muller v. Oregon, re limit to work hours for women], 1878 Jun 26
Jawbones vs. Sawbones [Baseball teams, lawyers vs. doctors, pose in uniform on field, Pendleton Oregon., ca. 1890. Edger Smith, batboy. Photog attrib.], 1890 c
View of a brick building with a tall clock tower. Another building is in the foreground. The courthouse sat at the junction of Eighth Street and Oak.
View of the exterior of the Lane County Courthouse.
[Misc. photos of WW1 aircraft production; Jackson Prison, MI; Pinnacle Club; offprint w/colored portrait of Disque.], 1918
Reid has a glacier named after him-Reid Glacier. He killed the famous bandit, "Soapy Smith"-in 1898. The cemetery where Reid lies buried is at the mouth of the creek which flows from Reids Glacier. Smith was buried just over the boundary of the cemetery,
Archbishop of Vancouver Island, Murdered on the Yukon near Nulato, A.T., 1886. Copy. Print given C.L. Andrews by Capt. W.D. Moore. Most Rev. J. Seghers killed by his dog drivers at Bishops (?) near mouth of Koyakuk River.