Identification photographs

Buffalo, New York. Mabel Goodwin, forty-five, poses for an identification photograph at the Bell Aircraft plant. She worked in a factory in the last war; has since been a housewife and has ...

Identification photographs of American and Canadian trees

The MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, New Hampshire, Identification Group Photograph

Tuskegee Airmen's Original 99th Pursuit Squadron. Col. B.O. David, Jr., C.O. 1942. 1st Black Military Pilots. [large photo reprint of 1942 photograph with individual identifications in caption printed below photograph]

[American Expeditionary Forces photo identification card for 2nd Lieutenant Calvin Strong of 702nd Stevedore Battalion]

[Officer's identification card, No. 296054, for Mrs. Antoinette Frissell Bacon, photographer for the American Red Cross, War Department, The Adjutant General's Office, Washington, D.C., showing head-and-shoulders portrait of her, facing front, and ...

Identification pictures of German naval vessels, issued in 1943

[Louis "Lepke" Buchalter, full-length portrait, facing front, wearing hat - Police Department, City of New York, identification photo number 16877]

[Jacob "Gurrah" Shapiro, N.Y.C. Police identification portrait, number 40317, facing front and right profile]

[Frank Costello, bust portrait, facing front]

Richard (Pegleg) Lonergan.... He got the Christmas present

[Display of photographs of missing persons at the Union Square subway entrance after the September 11th terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, New York City]

Visual materials from the Pinkerton's National Detective Agency records - photographs, letters, and ephemera

[New York City Police Department photograph of Murder Syndicate "Trigger Men" (l to r) Harry Strauss, Harry Maione, and Frank Abbadanda]

[New York City Police Department photograph of (l to r) Waxie Gordon, Hymie Pincus, and Albert Aront]

[French identity card, 1934, for Solita Solano, including a portrait photograph]

[Solita Solano, passport photograph, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly left]

Bureau of Prisons

[Unidentified African American man]

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