Mug shot of William Stanley Moore, 1 May Central Police Station, Sydney. This picture appears in the Photo Supplement to the NSW Police Gazette, 28 July, 1926 captioned: “Opium dealer. Operates with large quantities of faked opium and cocain.
Prohibition: Women like this would come together because they were against alcohol and drinking. They would make up mottos like "Lips that touch liquor shall not touch ours", stating that they will have no interest in anybody who drinks.
"I myself have never been able to find out precisely what feminism is: I only know that people call me a feminist whenever I express sentiments that differentiate me from a doormat.' Rebecca West, doormat here!
Beautiful portrait of a father and his three children. The informal pose is unusual for the time period. It's touching how the son is hugging his father, who is down on the floor to be close to his children.
1921 mug shot. Frederick Edward Davies, "stealing in picture shows and theatres" Police held sneak thieves in particularly low regard, which may account for the decision to photograph Davies in front of the police station’s toilet stalls.