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The confession, last words, and dying speech of John Stewart, a native of Ireland. Taken from himself, at his own particular request ... [Signed] John Stewart. Boston jail, April 6, 1797.

Thomas Jefferson, 1802, Notes on Building a Jail

Jacob Ray, August 9, 1804, Report on Jail Break

U.S. Reports: Ammidon v. Smith, 14 U.S. (1 Wheat.) 447 (1816)

A lecture and a song, concerning the roberry at Newbury, to some men in jail at Salem ... Printed for the author, and sold by him. [1817].

Murder! $500 reward. A reward of $500 will be given for the apprehension, and safe delivery in the jail of Chillicothe of the murderer of Frederick Edwards, committed at Bourneville, Ross county, O. on the night of the 19th of Nove

Lynch law in California - surrender of prisoners at the county gaol [jail], San Francisco

Corridor of the prison in which Mr. Sickles is confined

The Hon. Daniel E. Sickles receiving his friends during the day in the jailor's apartments

The Oberlin rescuers at Cuyahoga Co. jail

Important state paper. "Extention." Being a piece of the State liquor agency, which was blown by the late disastrous explosion into the State House, and from thence transferred to the Suffolk Jail, to be kept as a memento of the sad event. Respe

Henrico County Jail, Richmond, Virginia

Secrets of the prison-house--a cell in the female department of the Washington jail / from a sketch made on the spot by our special artist, Mr. Lumley.

John P. Usher to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, January 15, 1863 (Removal of prisoners from Washington D.C. jail)

[Early photographic view of Washington, D.C. from Capitol Hill, looking northwest]

After a little while

Charles City Court House, Virginia. View of jail

"Stone Walls Do Not a Prison Make" - Old Song. "No prison is big enough to hold the Boss." In on one side and out at the other / Th. Nast.

[Cartoon depicting scenes in the life of John Morrissey, showing him as a fighter, in jail, as a politician, etc.] / P. Kramer.

Elation of the "heathen Chinee" over a recent event in San Francisco [caricature of a Chinese man pointing and laughing at Denis Kearney in San Francisco jail]

Speaker Keifer's kaleidoscopic speech, at the N.Y. Chamber of Commerce banquet, held at Delmonico's, May 9th, 1882 / J. Keppler.

Charles J. Guiteau

Charles J. Guiteau

Justice out of a job / F. Opper.

The death-watch - the execution postponed / F. Opper.

Waverly House and county jail, Thomasville, Georgia

First jail in Broken Bow, Nebraska

The Law vindicated, - four of the Chicago anarchists pay the penalty of their crime ... / from sketches by Will E. Chapin.

[Mercer County Court House, Trenton, N.J.; exterior, flanked by jail and surrogate's office]

Chinese criminals in the viceroy's yamen, now used as a jail, Tien-Tsin, China

500 prisoners in court of jail, San Juan, Porto Rico

J. Montefiore Meyers being accompanied to jail, New York

Old jail of York, Me.

Deputy Marshall taking Dowd to jail

Old jail of York, Me.

Leon F. Czolgosz, the assassin

Jail the only remedy / Gallaway.

San Francisco Chinese funeral /

Special starring record engagement of the world's famous jail breaker, Houdini the only and original handcuff king.

County court house and jail, Mobile, Ala.

Extraordinary and expensive engagement of Hardeen the king of handcuff kings and jail breakers.

He used to be "A Menace" - now he finds himself a fad / J.S. Pughe.

A slave's love /

Courthouse and jail, Buffalo County, Nebraska.

The sculptor's nightmare /

The Lost New Year's Dinner

The Jail, Lowell, Mass.

Socalist women in Los Angeles jail

Women's School Jail

The fool pied piper / Ehrhart.

News School Jail

Mrs. Helen Boyle at the jail

[District jail, Washington, D.C.]

Peake [i.e., William Wl. Peak] Asst. Supt. [District] Jail

Christmas tree at the District Jail, Washington, D.C. and some of the prisoners

District Jail, Wash. D.C.

Torreon rurales outside of jail [i.e., street railway depot]

Mrs. Walters (Rogers) going to jail

District Jail, [Washington, D.C.]

The counterfeiters of coin and the counterfeiters of securities / Arthur Young.

Tom Green County Jail, San Angelo, Tex.

Mrs. R. B. Quay, of Salt Lake City, Utah, one of the members of the National Woman's Party who has served a thirty day sentence at the government jail and workhouse at Washington for picketing the White House gates with a suffrage banner.

Housing conditions in the settlement of Dunbar. They are better than the average. See church in distance. Have their own jail. Houses and wood furnished. Location: Dunbar, Louisiana.

The goat-keeper / K.

Preston De Costa, fifteen year old messenger #3 for Bellevue Messenger Service. I ran across him and took photos while he was carrying notes back and forth between a prostitute in jail and a pimp in the Red Light district. He had read all the notes and knew all about the correspondence. He was a fine grained adolescent boy. Has been delivering message and drugs in the Red Light for six months and knows the ropes thoroughly. "A lot of these girls are my regular customers. I carry 'em messages and get 'em drinks, drugs, etc. Also go to the bank with money for them. If a fellow treats 'em right, they'll call him by number and give him all their work. I got a box full of photos I took of these girls - some of 'em I took in their room." Works until 11:00 P.M. Location: San Antonio, Texas.

Preston DeCosta [i.e., De Costa?], fifteen year old messenger #3 for Bellevue Messenger Service. I ran across him and took photos while he was carrying notes back and forth between a prostitute in jail and a pimp in the Red Light. He had read all the notes and knew all about the correspondence. He was a fine grained adolescent boy. Has been delivering message and drugs in the Red Light for 6 months and knows the ropes thoroughly. "A lot of these girls are my regular customers. I carry 'em messages and get 'em drinks, drugs, etc. Also go to the bank with money for 'em. If a fellow treats 'em right, they'll call him by number and give him all their work. I got a box full of photos I took of these girls - some of 'em I took in their room." Works until 11:00 P.M. Location: San Antonio, Texas.

Becky Edelson [i.e., Edelsohn] taken from jail

Washington Jail where ninety-seven members of the National Woman's Party have served terms of imprisonnemtnf ro [i.e, imprisonment for] picketing the White House with suffrage banners

WOMAN SUFFRAGE JAIL CELL

U.S. Marshall's Office and Jail

WOMAN SUFFRAGE. JAIL PIN

Abandoned jail near D.C. Prison where pickets of Aug. 18 were confined during long hunger strike. All returned to NWP Hdqtrs. in ambulances.

WOMAN SUFFRAGE. IN JAIL

WOMAN SUFFRAGE. IN JAIL

"Bennie" Sternberg going to jail

BURNS, MISS LUCY, OF C.U.W.S. IN JAIL

Vida Milholland [in jail cell]

Cell in D.C. jail

[Mrs.] Lawrence Lewis [Dora Lewis] of Philadelphia on release from jail after five [d]ays of hunger striking.

WOMAN SUFFRAGE. LEAVING JAIL

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. VARIOUS VIEWS AT D.C. JAIL

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. VARIOUS VIEWS AT D.C. JAIL

WOMAN SUFFRAGE. LEAVING JAIL

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. VARIOUS VIEWS AT D.C. JAIL

Southern Apartments 123 G, S.W., [Washington, D.C.] formerly a Civil War barracks stood near[?] jail S.E.

WOMAN SUFFRAGE. LEAVING JAIL

Jail Christmas tree, 1919

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. VARIOUS VIEWS AT D.C. JAIL

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. VARIOUS VIEWS AT D.C. JAIL

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. VARIOUS VIEWS AT D.C. JAIL

Jail Christmas tree, 1919

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. VARIOUS VIEWS AT D.C. JAIL

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. VARIOUS VIEWS AT D.C. JAIL

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. VARIOUS VIEWS AT D.C. JAIL

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. VARIOUS VIEWS AT D.C. JAIL

Slave jail & quarters, Tudor Hall

District Jail Christmas tree

District Jail Christmas tree

Radio in the jail

Jail at Stafford ct. house over 200 yrs old

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