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image no.: 35059
contact sheet: A1170
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: (From Left) K. C. Maclean, Prairies Regional Director Of Unemployment Insurance Commission, At Press Conference Outlining New Program For Detecting Fraud Cases, With T. E. Wakeman, (Winnipeg Director) And Ed Clubb (Benefit Control For The Region)
subject(s): AssociationsCrimePersonalitiesPoliticsPrograms
date: 1968, November 12
 
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image no.: 38172
contact sheet: A1275
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: (L- R): Prison Guards Union Local President Ron Stokes; Guard Brian Towse; Guards Union Leader Jack Hewitt At The Time Of The Murder Of Two Guards At Stony Mountain Penitentiary
subject(s): CrimeEventsJailsPersonalitiesPoliceUnions
date: 1984, July 16
 
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image no.: 52045
contact sheet: A1577
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: A Missing Children Display On One Of 7-Eleven'S Video Game Machines., S And Information Arecontained In A Silicone Chip In The Mini-Golf Video Games
subject(s): ChildrenCrimeWinnipeg Buildings
date: 1986, August 1
 
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image no.: 36983
contact sheet: A1235
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: A Sheriff'S Officer Leads The Jurors In The Paul Clear Murder Trial Out Of The Law Courts Building To A Hotel During An Overnight Adjournment Of The Proceedings
subject(s): CourtsCrimeJudiciaryWinnipeg Buildings
date: 1983, July 12
 
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image no.: 51776
contact sheet: A1568
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: A Taxi Cab Funeral Procession Honouring Cabbie Gurnam Singh Dhaliwal Who Was Found Slain In A Water Filled Ditch After Being Sent To Pick Up A Fare At A Non-Existent Address. He Died Of Multiple Stab Wounds. Photo By Dave Johnson
subject(s): AutomobilesCrimeFuneralsParadesPersonalities
date: 1986, April 10
 
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image no.: 33207
contact sheet: A1108
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: A.J. Casson, 80 Year Old Member Of The Group Of Seven Artists, In Winnipeg To Speak At Balmoral Hall And The Art Gallery, On Art Theft
subject(s): ArtCrimeEventsPersonalities
date: 1979, May 11
 
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image no.: 37095
contact sheet: A1239
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Acting Police Chief George Blow Holds Reward Poster That Is Being Distributed To Help Find The Person Who Murdered A Winnipeg Shopkeeper
subject(s): CrimePersonalitiesPolicePosters
date: 1960, April 7
 
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image no.: 52003
contact sheet: A1576
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Aerial View Of St. Vital Showing Fire At Nelson Mcintyre Collegiate, Winnipeg. Fire Was Caused Bya Break-In And Arson
subject(s): CrimeFiresSchoolsWinnipeg Buildings
date: 1986, July 22
 
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image no.: 32726
contact sheet: A1092
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Ambulance Attendants Removing The Body Of Slain Student From Classroom Of Sturgeon Creek Regional Secondary School While Police Officer Looks On. The Student Died After An Altercation With Another Student Who Had Brought A Rifle To School
subject(s): CrimeSchoolsWinnipeg Buildings
date: 1978, October 19
 
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image no.: 51784
contact sheet: A1568
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: An Air Canada Jet On The Tarmac At Winnipeg International Airport After A Bomb Threat Forced 126passengers To Escape Down Emergency Exit Chutes. A Search By Police Discovered No Bomb On Board
subject(s): AircraftAirportsCrime
date: 1986, April 14
 
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image no.: 51751
contact sheet: A1567
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: An Employee Of Dominion News Ltd, Portage Avenue, Sweeps Up The Damaged Plate Glass Caused During A Brawl In Front Of The Store. Estimated Damage: $100
subject(s): CrimeMagazinesNewspapersStoresWinnipeg Buildings
date: 1986, April 5
 
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image no.: 25149
contact sheet: A0841
collection: Winnipeg Tribune Collection
description: Andy Bilimovich, a Winnipegger who at the age of 15 wrote a layman's guide to jets and missiles which sold 200 thousand copies, and who at the age of 21 was charged with bank robbery in Toronto and judged unfit because of insanity to stand trial.
subject(s): AuthorsCrimePersonalities
date: 1957, August 31
 
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image no.: 37134
contact sheet: A1240
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Art Gebauer, Police Chief Of Brooklands, Examining A Hastily Scrawled “Zorro” On Sidewalk, The Work Of Area Juveniles
subject(s): CrimePersonalitiesPolice
date: 1960, May 10
 
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image no.: 53679
contact sheet: A1628
collection: Winnipeg Police Department Collection
description: Arthur Wallace Alias Bill Rudolph Or Douglas Gordon Wanted By The Provincial Police Of Winnipeg For The Theft Of A Team Of Horses And For Passing Worthless Cheques At Amaranth, Mb
subject(s): CrimePersonalitiesPolice
date: 1920 July
 
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image no.: 42928
contact sheet: A1417
collection: Canadian National Railway Collection
description: Artist Drawing Of A Train Hold-Up With Buffalo Herd Crossing Rail Line
subject(s): BuffaloCrimeEventsRailways
date: 1869
 
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image no.: 51932
contact sheet: A1573
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Bargain Harold'S Discount Store. This Firm Was Fined $1,000 For Having Six Employees (Instead Of 4) At Work On Sundays
subject(s): CrimeStoresWinnipeg Buildings
date: 1986, June 13
 
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image no.: 36982
contact sheet: A1235
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Barry Nielson, (Second Left) And Jerry Stolar (Second Right), Ex-Winnipeg Policemen, Co-Defendents, In The Paulclear Murder Trial, Are Led Into The Law Courts Buildings During Their Trial
subject(s): CourtsCrimePersonalitiesWinnipeg Buildings
date: 1983, July 12
 
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image no.: 52363
contact sheet: A1588
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Brian Warkentin Repairs The Stony Mountain, Manitoba, Curling Rink'S Damaged Trophy Case After Vandals Caused Damage To Two Recreation Centres, Causing An Estimated $30,000 Damage
subject(s): CrimeCurlingPersonalitiesSportsTrophies
date: 1987, January 12
 
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image no.: 52348
contact sheet: A1588
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Canada'S Top-Ranking Middleweight Boxer Muhammed Eltassi With His Wife And Daughter Told A Deportation Appeal Hearing That He Will Shed His Criminal Ways And Try To Win A Championship In The Boxing Ring
subject(s): BoxingCrimePersonalitiesSportsWomen
date: 1987, January 8
 
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image no.: 52147
contact sheet: A1581
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Carole Bhakar, Executive Director, Elizabeth Fry Society, Which Will Have To Close Its Doors In December, 1986, Unless The Provincial Government Reinstates $30,000 In Lost Funding. The Organization Helps Women In The Criminal Justice System.
subject(s): AssociationsCharitiesCrimePersonalitiesWomen
date: 1986, October 15
 
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image no.: 53328
contact sheet: A1614
collection: Winnipeg Police Department Collection
description: Charles Mciver, Chief Constable Of Winnipeg 1947-1953. Born In Stornway, Scotland In 1887. Appointed Probationary Constable On Winnipeg Police Force July 1, 1910 And Was Soon Promoted To Rank Of Detective. Resigned His Appointment In 1917 To Enlist In The Royal Flying Corps. At The End Of World War I He Was Reinstated To His Former Rank Of Detective First Class. In 1923 He Was Promoted To Deputy Chief Constabe. In 1929 Members Of The Cosmopolital Club Of Winnipeg Presented Him With Their Medal For The Most Outstanding Act Of Bravery Performed In Winnipeg That Year, The Arrest Of Notorious Killer Carl "Gunner" Mcgee
subject(s): AwardsCrimePersonalitiesPolice
date: 1947
 
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image no.: 53406
contact sheet: A1617
collection: Winnipeg Police Department Collection
description: Chief Of Police Norm Stewart With Another Police Officer And An Official In Front Of A Billboard Advertising Crime Prevention
subject(s): CrimePersonalitiesPoliceSigns
date: 1974c
 
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image no.: 50435
contact sheet: A1517
collection: Don Wiebe Collection
description: City Of Winnipeg Police Department Photo Of The Pembina Highway Murder, August 27, 1917. Interior Shot Of The Site. Photo From 8 X 10 Glass Negative
subject(s): CrimePoliceWinnipeg Buildings
date: 1917
 
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image no.: 50437
contact sheet: A1517
collection: Don Wiebe Collection
description: City Of Winnipeg Police Department Photo Of The Pembina Highway Murder, August 27, 1917. Photo Shows Broken Board In The Wooden Walkway. Photo From 8 X 10 Glass Negative. Courtesy Don & Hedy Wiebe.,
subject(s): CrimePolice
date: 1917
 
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image no.: 50433
contact sheet: A1517
collection: Don Wiebe Collection
description: City Of Winnipeg Police Department Photo Of The Royal Alexandra Hotel Murder On September 27, 1917. The Hotel Room With A Sink, Telephone, And Blood Soaked Bed Are In The Photo. Photo From 8 X 10 Glass Negative
subject(s): CrimeHotelsPoliceWinnipeg Buildings
date: 1917
 
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image no.: 50432
contact sheet: A1517
collection: Don Wiebe Collection
description: City Of Winnipeg Police Department Photo Of The Royal Alexandra Hotel Murder, September 27, 1917. Close-Up Of The Female Corpse Lying In Bed. Photo From 8 X 10 Glass Negative
subject(s): CrimeHotelsPoliceWomen
date: 1917
 
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image no.: 50436
contact sheet: A1517
collection: Don Wiebe Collection
description: City Of Winnipeg Police Dept. Photo Of The Pembina Hwy. Murder, August 27, 1917. Photo Shows Part Of The Exterior Of The Building Where The Murder Took Place. Photo From 8 X 10 Glass Negative
subject(s): CrimePoliceWinnipeg Buildings
date: 1917
 
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image no.: 50434
contact sheet: A1517
collection: Don Wiebe Collection
description: City Of Winnipeg Police Dept. Photo Of The Site Of The Pembina Highway Murder, August 27, 1917 Showing The White Building Where The Murder Took Place And An Automobile. There Are Several Houses On The Street. Photo From 8 X10 Glass Negative
subject(s): CrimeHousesPoliceWinnipeg BuildingsWinnipeg Streets
date: 1917
 
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image no.: 52416
contact sheet: A1590
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Committee Spokespersons Rick Williams And Donna Templeton Of The Manitoba Andrews-Parr-Selkirk Foot Patrol Committee Express Their Support Of A Program Designed To Combat Crime And Vandalism
subject(s): CrimePersonalitiesProgramsWomen
date: 1987, February 27
 
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image no.: 53350
contact sheet: A1615
collection: Winnipeg Police Department Collection
description: Constable Charles Gilles, Shot & Killed February 7, 1936, While On Duty During A Hold-Up At The Prairie Cities Service Station Located At St. Mary Avenue & Donald Street, Winnipeg
subject(s): CrimePersonalitiesPolice
date: 1936c
 
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image no.: 24239
contact sheet: A0811
collection: Winnipeg Tribune Collection
description: Constable George Anderson, Winnipeg Police, stands guard outside the Law Courts while the crowd awaits the removal of a letter bomb.
subject(s): CrimePersonalitiesPolice
date: 1974, September 26
 
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image no.: 33770
contact sheet: A1127
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Constable James Hanson, Veteran Of 19 Years, Acquitted Of Gross Indecency Charges, Talking To Fellow Officers
subject(s): CrimeEventsPersonalitiesPolice
date: 1981, December 11
 
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image no.: 19906
contact sheet: A0646
collection: State Historical Society of North Dakota Collection
title: Crazy Walking, aboriginal policeman, killed during the arrest of Sitting Bull.
description:
subject(s): CrimePersonalitiesPolice
date:
 
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image no.: 51988
contact sheet: A1575
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Customs Officer John Nelson Displays Confiscated Guns
subject(s): CrimeCustomsGunsPersonalities
date: 1986, July 8
 
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image no.: 25175
contact sheet: A0842
collection: Winnipeg Tribune Collection
description: D. Hubert Cox, Toronto businessman who along with his partner Hugh Paton, was convicted to serve four years in jail for defrauding Brandon Packers Ltd.
subject(s): BusinessesCrimePersonalitiesTowns
date: 1960, October 3
 
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image no.: 34459
contact sheet: A1150
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Detective Superintendent Ernest Pope Presenting Optimist Club Award To Michael Ward, Who Helped Security Guards During Robbery
subject(s): AwardsCharitiesCrimePersonalitiesPolice
date: 1974, May 27
 
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image no.: 36981
contact sheet: A1235
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Diana Nielson, Being Removed From Law Courts Building On A Stretcher. She Fainted After Her Husband, Barry Nielson, Co-Defendent In The Paul Clear Murder Trial, Was Found Guilty. Leaving With Her Is Her Mother-In-Law, Helen Nielson
subject(s): CourtsCrimePersonalitiesWinnipeg BuildingsWomen
date: 1983, July 13
 
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image no.: 31536
contact sheet: A1052
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Dr. George Kirkham, Professor Of Criminology, Attending Seminar On Police And Their Role In Society
subject(s): CrimeEducationEventsPersonalitiesPolice
date: 1977, November 14
 
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image no.: 30789
contact sheet: A1027
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Earle Nelson, Hanged January 13, 1928 For The Murder Of Two Winnipeg Women. Believed Responsible For The Deaths Of 20 Women Across Canada And Usa
subject(s): CrimePersonalities
date: 1927c
 
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image no.: 39012
contact sheet: A1303
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Earle The Strangler Nelson Being Escorted From The Manitoba Law Courts Building After Being Sentenced To Death. Nelson Was Convicted Of The Murders Of A Winnipeg Woman And Girl, And Was Suspected Of Having Committed At Least Twenty Similar Crimes Througho, Harry Steele
subject(s): CrimePersonalities
date: 1927
 
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image no.: 51643
contact sheet: A1564
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Edgar Martin Olson, Accused Of The Murder Of Rcmp Constable Robert Thomas And Attempted Murder Of Rcmp Constable Albert Guilliford, Leaving The Courthouse Under Guard In Winnipeg
subject(s): CourtsCrimePersonalitiesPoliceRCMP
date: 1986, March 7
 
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image no.: 51642
contact sheet: A1564
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Edgar Martin Olson, Accused Of The Murder Of Rcmp Constable Robert Thomas And The Attempted Murder Of Rcmp Constable Albert Guilliford
subject(s): CrimePersonalitiesRCMP
date: 1986, March 7
 
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image no.: 53357
contact sheet: A1615
collection: Winnipeg Police Department Collection
description: Erle Leonard Nelson, Mass Murderer Began His Career As A Slayer Of Women In San Francisco In Feb., 1926. Was Captured In Killarney, Mb, June 16, 1927 And Was Hanged For Murder In Winnipeg Jan. 13, 1928
subject(s): CrimePersonalitiesPolice
date: 1926c
 
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image no.: 16536
contact sheet: A0519
collection: Winnipeg Fire Department Collection
description: Fire Destroyed Radford Wright Ltd., 776 Main Street, Just South Of Sutherland Avenue, Winnipeg. 2 Firemen & 5 Other People Killed. The Explosion Was Heard For Blocks By Many Theatre Goers Returning Home. It Was Believed At The Time That The Fire Had Been Set. Near The End Of March, A James Dodds Was Arrested. He Confessed Setting 98 Fires, And Pleaded Guilty To 10 Charges Of Arson. He Was Given 15 Years On Each Charge. He Was Committed For Trial On A Manslaughter Charge In The Deaths In The Radford Wright Fire. Two Vats Of Naptha Holding About 1 &1/2 Barrels Were Believed To Have Caused The Explosion
subject(s): BlocksCrimeExplosionsFiresWinnipeg BuildingsWinnipeg Streets
date: 1912, March 9
 
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image no.: 56709
contact sheet: A1733
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Former Winnipeg Blue Bomber Football Player Brian Jack, On Right, And Friend Walk From Public Safety Building, After Posting Bail. Jack Was Charged With Second Degree Murder Of His Wife Christine, Who Went Missing December 17, 1988
subject(s): CrimeFootballPersonalitiesSports
date: 1989, January 11
 
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image no.: 35849
contact sheet: A1197
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Funeral Cortege Of Winnipeg Police Detective R. E. Houston, Slain In The Line Of Duty
subject(s): CrimeFuneralsPersonalitiesPolice
date: 1970, June 30
 
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image no.: 51659
contact sheet: A1564
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
title: Funeral of Royal Canadian Mounted Police Constable Robert Thomas's, St. Matthew's Anglican Church, Peguis Reserve, Manitoba.
description: Thomas was shot in the back. His partner, Royal Canadian Mounted Police Constable Albert Guilliford, was seriously wounded at Powerview, Manitoba. More than 1,200 attended the funeral.
subject(s): ChurchesCrimeFuneralsRCMPReserves
date: 1986, March 11
 
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image no.: 51658
contact sheet: A1564
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
title: Funeral of Royal Canadian Mounted Police Constable Robert Thomas, St. Matthew's Anglican Church, Peguis Reserve, Manitoba.
description: Thomas was shot in the back. His parter, Royal Canadian Mounted Police Constable Albert Guilliford, was seriously wounded at Powerview, Manitoba. More than 1,200 attended the funeral.
subject(s): ChurchesCrimeFuneralsRCMPReserves
date: 1986, March 11
 
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image no.: 70260
contact sheet: A2237
collection: Hugh Allan Collection (Dec./97)
description: Gold robbery from Air Canada truck. (2x2 neg.) Photo by and courtesy of Hugh Allan.
subject(s): AirportsCrimeTrucks
date: 1966, March 2
 
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image no.: 52290
contact sheet: A1585
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Grant Park Shopping Centre. Police Attending During A Bomb Scare. Interior View
subject(s): CrimePoliceStoresWinnipeg Buildings
date: 1986, April 27
 
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image no.: 80522
contact sheet: 0
collection: International Portrait Gallery
description: J. Edgar Hoover, American Lawyer And Criminologist. (January 1, 1895 - )
subject(s): AmericansCrimeJudiciaryPersonalities
date:
 
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image no.: 31591
contact sheet: A1053
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: J.R. Corley, Rcmp Superintendent, News Conference Announcing The Surrender And Release Of Hostage By Clifford Archer In Oak Lake
subject(s): ConferencesCrimePersonalitiesRCMP
date: 1978, January 27
 
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image no.: 56111
contact sheet: A1713
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Janet Perezdetage (Left) Of Janet'S Nail Dimensions And Marisa Martin Of Marisa'S Hair Bar, Had To Wade Through A Pool On The Floor Of Their 120 Donald Street Beauty Shop After Vandal Turned A Fire Hose Loose In The Broadview Manor Apartment Building Overhead
subject(s): BlocksCrimeFire EquipmentFloodsPersonalitiesShopsWinnipeg BuildingsWinnipeg StreetsWomen
date: 1988, January 10
 
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image no.: 80556
contact sheet: 0
collection: International Portrait Gallery
description: Jesse James, American Outlaw. (September 5, 1847 - April 3, 1882)
subject(s): AmericansCowboysCrimePersonalities
date:
 
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image no.: 51656
contact sheet: A1564
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: John T. James Walks Out Of The Public Safety Building Remand Centre On March 10, 1986 After Dismissal Of A First-Degree Murder Charge. He Has Been In Custody Since Sept. 1985
subject(s): CrimePersonalities
date: 1986, March 11
 
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image no.: 53677
contact sheet: A1628
collection: Winnipeg Police Department Collection
description: Julia Johnson, The Child, Who Disappeared From Vicinity Of 138 Austin Street, Winnipeg On April 24, 1928, At 3 Pm. She Was Of Polish Extraction, 5 Years Old. Her Body Was Recovered In A Furnace Near Her Home In 1937, March 22, In The Basement Of A Warehouse At 187 Sutherland Avenue
subject(s): ChildrenCrimePersonalitiesPolice
date: 1928, April
 
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image no.: 25268
contact sheet: A0845
collection: Winnipeg Tribune Collection
description: Ken Leishman Being Escorted Off An Air Canada Viscount Upon His Return To Winnipeg
subject(s): CrimePersonalities
date: 1966, September 9
 
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image no.: 24393
contact sheet: A0816
collection: Winnipeg Tribune Collection
description: Kenneth Leishman, recaptured escapee from Headingley Jail, rides in the back of a police car after his return from Gary, Indiana, where he flew in a stolen plane.
subject(s): CrimeJailsPersonalitiesPolice
date: 1966, September 9
 
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image no.: 24392
contact sheet: A0816
collection: Winnipeg Tribune Collection
description: Kenneth Leishman, who had escaped from Headingley Jail with three other prisoners and flown with them in a stolen plane to Gary, Indiana, where he was arrested, is escorted by a policeman upon his arrival at Winnipeg International Airport.
subject(s): AirportsCrimeJailsPersonalitiesPolice
date: 1966, September 9
 
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image no.: 51657
contact sheet: A1564
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Kim Adriaenssens, Mother Of Slain Ruby Adriaenssens, Expresses Outrage On Learning That John T. James, The Accused Murderer, Had Been Released From Jail On March 10, 1986
subject(s): CrimeHousesPersonalitiesWomen
date: 1986, March 11
 
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image no.: 11930
contact sheet: A0370
collection: Pinewood Museum & Riding Mountain Historical Society
description: Lawrence Lees, Forest Ranger Murdered At Deep Lake Station. One Of Our Unsolved Crimes.
subject(s): CrimePersonalitiesPolice
date: 1932, July 13
 
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image no.: 51641
contact sheet: A1564
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Life Returns To Normal At Powerview, Mb, After The Shooting Of Two Rcmp Constables. Forty Six Year Old Winnipegger Edgar Martin Olson Was Charged With First Degree Murder Of 21 Year Old Rcmp Constable Robert Thomas And The Attempted Murder Of 24 Year Old Rcmp Contable Albert Guilliford Of Powerview
subject(s): CrimeRCMPTowns
date: 1986, March 7
 
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image no.: 51673
contact sheet: A1565
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Lori Guilliford, Wife Of The Rcmp Constable Albert Guilliford Wounded At Powerview, Mb
subject(s): CrimePersonalitiesRCMPTownsWomen
date: 1986, March 16
 
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image no.: 70104
contact sheet: A2215
collection: Hugh Allan Collection (Dec./97)
description: Manager of the Royal Bank after the hold up inside bank. (2x2 Neg.) Photo by and courtesy of Hugh Allan.
subject(s): BanksCrime
date: 1956, February 6
 
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image no.: 51811
contact sheet: A1569
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Manitoba Energy Minister Wilson Parasiuk. He Has Disclosed Buying Shares In An Alberta-Based Energy Research Company To Avoid Paying More Than $58,000 In Income Taxes
subject(s): CrimeFinancePersonalitiesPoliticsResearch
date: 1986, April 24
 
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image no.: 52489
contact sheet: A1593
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Manitoba Health Minister Gerard Lecuyer Speaks With Winnipeg Cab Drivers Following The Slaying Oftwo Cab Drivers. The Protest Was Made At The Manitoba Legislative Building
subject(s): AutomobilesCrimePersonalitiesPolitics
date: 1987, January 15
 
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image no.: 51881
contact sheet: A1572
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Manitoba Ndp Energy And Mines Minister Wilson Parasuik Announcing His Resignation From The Ndp Cabinet After The Free Press Released Allegations That A Former Business Partner, Michael Dectes, Had Received A Contract From An Agency Under Government Control
subject(s): CrimePersonalitiesPolitics
date: 1986, May 19
 
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image no.: 33703
contact sheet: A1125
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Margaret Taylor, With Petition Against Drunk Drivers And Picture Of Daughter Who Was Killed By A Drunk Driver
subject(s): CrimePersonalitiesProtestsWomen
date: 1981, July 6
 
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image no.: 52582
contact sheet: A1596
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Members Of The Manitoba Committee On Wife Abuse Hold Hands In Rememberance Of A Victim Of A Beating, Tamara Atkinson Of Isabel Street, Winnipeg
subject(s): CeremoniesCrimeWomen
date: 1987, May 1
 
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image no.: 36011
contact sheet: A1202
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Members Of The Princess Patricia Canadian Light Infantry Preparing To Assume Guard Duties At Stony Mountain Penitentiary During A Walk Out By Prison Guards In Response To The Death Of A Guard In Quebec
subject(s): CrimeJailsMilitaryProtests
date: 1975, July 11
 
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image no.: 38703
contact sheet: A1293
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Members of the Winnipeg General Strike Committee relax at their prison farm after sentencing. (Left to right): Ivens and wife; Armstrong and wife; Pritchard and wife; R.E. Bray and wife; Queen and wife; Johns and wife.
subject(s): CrimeJailsLabourPersonalitiesPoliticsWinnipeg General Strike
date: c. 1919
 
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image no.: 53169
contact sheet: A1606
collection: Winnipeg Police Department Collection
description: Newspaper Clipping Reporting The Death Of Constable Bernard Snowden, First Winnipeg Constable Killed In The Line Of Duty, April 6, 1918, In Rosenblatt'S Store, Winnipeg.
subject(s): CrimeEventsPolice
date: 1918, April
 
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image no.: 51662
contact sheet: A1564
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Norm Wickdall, Winnipeg Police Association President, Demands The Appointment Of A Team Of Special Prosecutors To Expedite The Processing Of Dangerous Offender Cases And The Incarceration Of Those Offenders Until Their Trials Are Over. This Policy Was Initiated As A Consequence Of The Murder Of Rcmp Constable Robert Thomas In Powerview, Mb., The Week Before. Photo By Ken Gigliotti.
subject(s): AdministrationCrimePersonalitiesPolice
date: 1986, March 13
 
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image no.: 22451
contact sheet: A0743
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Norman (Red) Ryan. Bank Robber In Winnipeg.,
subject(s): CrimePersonalities
date: 1930c
 
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image no.: 7577
contact sheet: A0237
collection: Terry Rowen Collection
description: Nwmp Officer & His Dog Team En Route To Northern Manitoba To Solve A Crime. (Murder Of A Priest.)
subject(s): CrimeDogsRCMPSleds
date:
 
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image no.: 56340
contact sheet: A1721
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Oaklake Resident Steve Medwedew Stands Outside House Where Hostages Were Held By Herbert Bruce Archer, And Dorothy Lilliam Mallette For Five Days. The Incident, Which Occured Ten Years Ago Was The Result Of A Fatal Shoot-Out With Rcmp
subject(s): CrimeHousesPersonalitiesTowns
date: 1988, March 24
 
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image no.: 53680
contact sheet: A1628
collection: Winnipeg Police Department Collection
description: On Right, Earle Leonard Nelson Alias Virgil Wilson Alias Ferrell Etc., Born In San Francisco, May, 1897, Occupation, Itinerant Labourer, Was Tried For Murder By Strangulation Of A Woman And A 14 Year Old School Girl In City Of Winnipeg. Crimes Were Committed June 9 & 10, 1927. He Was Suspected Of Similar Crimes Involving Deaths Of Over 20 Women In Various Parts Of Usa
subject(s): CrimePersonalitiesPolice
date: 1927
 
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image no.: 51974
contact sheet: A1575
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Overturned Headstones Caused By Vandalism At The St. John'S Cathedral Cemetery. Police Reported 102stones Toppled; 12 Were Damaged
subject(s): CemeteriesCrimeGraves
date: 1986, July 6
 
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image no.: 25699
contact sheet: A0860
collection: Winnipeg Tribune Collection
description: Percy Moggey Of Portage La Prairie. Gained Notereity As An Escaped Convict From Stony Mountain. Eluded Capture For One Year In 1960-1961
subject(s): CrimePersonalities
date: 1961, January 19
 
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image no.: 56112
contact sheet: A1713
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Peter Gaye Furs, Next Door To The Beauty Shop, Was Also Flooded When Vandals Turned A Fire Hose Loose In The Broadview Manor Apartment Building Overhead. The Mishap Caused An Approximated $100,000 In Damages
subject(s): BlocksBusinessesCrimeFire EquipmentFloodsStoresWaterWinnipeg Buildings
date: 1988, January 10
 
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image no.: 21108
contact sheet: A0694
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Police Crime Laboratory Mobile
subject(s): AutomobilesCrimeLaboratoriesPolice
date: 1968, April 4
 
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image no.: 21107
contact sheet: A0694
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Police Crime Laboratory Mobile
subject(s): AutomobilesCrimeLaboratoriesPolice
date: 1968, April 4
 
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image no.: 30949
contact sheet: A1032
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Police Escorting Ken Leishman From The Vaughan Street Detention Centre
subject(s): CrimePersonalitiesPolice
date: 1966, November 1
 
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image no.: 30948
contact sheet: A1032
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Police Examining Broken Fence, Vaughan Street Detention Centre, Where Ken Leishman Escaped From
subject(s): CrimeJailsWinnipeg Buildings
date: 1966, October 31
 
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image no.: 31724
contact sheet: A1058
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Police Officer Examining Scene Of Break-In At Manitoba Ndp Headquarters
subject(s): CrimePoliticsWinnipeg Buildings
date: 1977, September
 
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image no.: 24772
contact sheet: A0828
collection: Winnipeg Tribune Collection
description: Police searching recaptured Stony Mountain Penitentiary escapee Alphonse Cousineau.
subject(s): CrimeJailsPersonalitiesPolice
date: 1954, September
 
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image no.: 53678
contact sheet: A1628
collection: Winnipeg Police Department Collection
description: Poster Asking For Information On The Whereabouts Of Arthur Wallace, Alias Bill Rudolph Or Douglas Gordon. Wanted For The Theft Of Team Of Horses And For Passing Worthless Cheques
subject(s): CrimePersonalitiesPolicePosters
date: 1920 July
 
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image no.: 53676
contact sheet: A1628
collection: Winnipeg Police Department Collection
description: Poster Offering A Reward Of $50 By The Winnipeg Police Department To Anyone Having Information Regarding Julia Johnson, A Child Who Disappeared From The Vicinity Of 138 Austin Street, Winnipeg, Apr. 25, 1928. Her Body Was Recovered 9 Years Later On March 22, 1937 In A Furnace In The Basement Of A Warehouse At 187 Sutherland Avenue Which Was Near Her Home
subject(s): ChildrenCrimePersonalitiesPolicePosters
date: 1928 April
 
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image no.: 19940
contact sheet: A0647
collection: State Historical Society of North Dakota Collection
title: Rain-In-The-Face, the aboriginal man who killed Tom Custer.
description:
subject(s): CrimePersonalities
date:
 
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image no.: 7830
contact sheet: A0245
collection: R.C.M.P. Collection
description: Rcmp Constable At Rcmp'S Sackville, Nb, Crime Detection Laboratory, One Of Six In Canada. He Is Using A Comparison Microscope To Examine Two Shotgun Shells. This Equipment Magnifies Distinguishing Marks On Cartridge Cases Up To 30 Times Their Original Size
subject(s): CrimeEquipmentGunsLaboratoriesRCMP
date:
 
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image no.: 7831
contact sheet: A0245
collection: R.C.M.P. Collection
description: Rcmp Constable Of The Force'S Headquarters Fingerprint Identificaton Staff Sits In Uniform In Front Of Computerized Videofile In The Forces Headquarters In Ottawa. Computer Monitor Shows Two Of More Than A Million Fingerprints Stored In The Rcmp'S Computerized Videofile. First Of Its Kind In The World, The Videofile System Stores And Retrieves The Fingerprints Supplied By Canada'S Variour Police Forces Of Persons Convicted Of An Indictable Offense
subject(s): ComputersCrimeEquipmentRCMPUniforms
date:
 
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image no.: 24771
contact sheet: A0828
collection: Winnipeg Tribune Collection
description: Recapture of Alphonse Cousineau and Armand Girard, escapees from Stony Mountain Penitentiary. The capture took place nine miles east of Stony Mountain.
subject(s): CrimeJailsPersonalitiesPolice
date: 1954, September
 
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image no.: 52258
contact sheet: A1584
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Residents From Kennedy Street Near Broadway Avenue And Assiniboine Avenue Winnipeg, Protest The Male Prostitution In Their Area
subject(s): CrimeProtestsWinnipeg Streets
date: 1986, September 25
 
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image no.: 32727
contact sheet: A1092
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Rudolf Ross Hagenlocher Being Led From The Law Courts Building Following Sentencing For Setting Fatal Fire At The Winnipeg Holiday Inn, July 6, 1980, During National Liberal Convention
subject(s): CourtsCrimeFiresWinnipeg Buildings
date: 1981, March 9
 
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image no.: 53681
contact sheet: A1628
collection: Winnipeg Police Department Collection
creator: L.B. Foote
title: Scene of the murder of Police Constable Bernard Snowdon, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
description: Snowdon was the first member of the Winnipeg Police Department to be murdered on duty. He was shot in the back while patrolling Main Street. He was found in the rear of Rosenblatt's Store. The bullet entered his shoulder and down through the right side of his heart, killing him instantly. Three men were charged with murder; two of them were hanged, the third man was sentenced to life imprisonment.
subject(s): CrimePersonalitiesPolice
date: 1918 April 6
 
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image no.: 66722
contact sheet: A2159
collection: Nebraska Agriculture Collection
description: Settlers Taking Law Into Their Own Hands. Cowboys Cutting A Barbed Wire Fence On Brighton Ranch, Rural Nebraska - Their Solution To A Land Boundary Dispute
subject(s): AgricultureCowboysCrimeFencesRanching
date: 1885c
 
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image no.: 53421
contact sheet: A1619
collection: Winnipeg Police Department Collection
description: Sgt. Jean H.C. Verne (Signed As John). A Member Of St. Boniface Police Force. He Was Born Sept. 29, 1894 At Netro, Italy. Served With Expeditionary Forces In Canada, England & France May 15, 1916 To May 29, 1920. Joined St. Boniface Police Force Aug. 1, 1920 And Promoted To Sergeant On April 15, 1922. Shot To Death While On Duty July 24, 1934 Responding To A Hold Up At Norbridge Pharmacy. He Pursed The Culprit, George Jayhan, A Drug Addict, Over The Norwood Bridge And Behind Cnr Station Where He Stopped Him But Was Gunned Down And Died That Afternoon.,
subject(s): CrimePersonalitiesPolice
date: 1925
 
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image no.: 61368
contact sheet: A1956
collection: Manitoba Cooperater Collection
description: Sign Near Lundar, Mb, Stating That Area Is Patrolled Against Cattle Rustling
subject(s): AgricultureCattleCrimeLifestyleRanchingSigns
date:
 
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image no.: 12411
contact sheet: A0384
collection: Major L.J. Charles Collection
description: Smuggled Whiskey Found In Hogs’ (Pigs’) Carcasses By The Provincial Police At Tete Jaune, Bc
subject(s): AnimalsCrimeHogsPolice
date:
 
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image no.: 32721
contact sheet: A1092
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Special Tactics Officers Of The Winnipeg Police Department Moving To Surround House During Hostage Taking Incident, 559 Flora Avenue
subject(s): CrimePolice
date: 1979, July 27
 
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image no.: 70103
contact sheet: A2215
collection: Hugh Allan Collection (Dec./97)
description: Staff inside bank after the hold up on February 6th. (2x2 Neg.) Photo by and courtesy of Hugh Allan.
subject(s): BanksCrimeWomen
date: 1956, February 6
 
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image no.: 51766
contact sheet: A1568
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Taxi Drivers In Winnipeg Join Together In The Search For Missing Cabbie, Singh Daliwal
subject(s): AutomobilesCrimeEast IndiansPersonalities
date: 1986, April 7
 
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image no.: 70102
contact sheet: A2215
collection: Hugh Allan Collection (Dec./97)
description: Teller who was held up at the Royal Bank. (2x2 Neg.) Photo by and courtesy of Hugh Allan.
subject(s): BanksCrimeWomen
date: 1956, February 6
 
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image no.: 24395
contact sheet: A0816
collection: Winnipeg Tribune Collection
description: The escape vehicle used by Headingley Jail escapees, Ken Leishman, Barry Duke, George Leclerc, and Joseph Dale. It was abandoned near Warren, Manitoba. The car is a 1960 Chevrolet.
subject(s): AutomobilesCrimeJailsTowns
date: 1966, September 3
 
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image no.: 66723
contact sheet: A2159
collection: Nebraska Agriculture Collection
description: The Hanging Of Mitchell And Ketchum, Rural Nebraksa. Men With Ropes Around Their Necks Being Hanged From Tree. Photo Possibly Posed
subject(s): AgricultureCowboysCrimeRanching
date: 1888c
 
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image no.: 24773
contact sheet: A0828
collection: Winnipeg Tribune Collection
description: The hideout, near Eriksdale, Manitoba, of Percy Hoggey, a Stony Mountain Penitentiary escapee who eluded police for a year.
subject(s): BuildingsCabinsCrimeJailsPersonalities
date: 1961, June
 
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image no.: 24391
contact sheet: A0816
collection: Winnipeg Tribune Collection
description: The Town and Country Lodge at 877 Preston, the rooming house where escaped convict Dennis Joseph Lemieux was caught.
subject(s): CrimeHousesWinnipeg BuildingsWinnipeg Streets
date: 1969, April 13
 
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image no.: 36895
contact sheet: A1232
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Thomas Sophonow After Being Convicted Of The Murder Of Waitress Barbara Stoppel
subject(s): CrimePersonalities
date: 1983, March 17
 
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image no.: 32728
contact sheet: A1092
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Thomas Sophonow Being Escorted From The Manitoba Law Courts Building During His First Trial For The Murder Of Waitress Barbara Stoppel. This Trial Ended In A Mistrial
subject(s): CourtsCrimePersonalitiesWinnipeg Buildings
date: 1982, November 6
 
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image no.: 51767
contact sheet: A1568
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Three Year Old Brian Sabourin Is Fingerprinted At The St. Vital Centre Under The Kids Indentification Sign-Up Program In Winnipeg
subject(s): ChildrenCrimePolicePrograms
date: 1986, April 8
 
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image no.: 51989
contact sheet: A1575
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Trainer Bill Grant With Gun And Drug Sniffing Dog “Ben “ Posed In Front Of A Canada Customs Building. Photo By Ken Gigliotti
subject(s): AnimalsCrimeCustomsDogsPersonalities
date: 1986, July 8
 
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image no.: 24394
contact sheet: A0816
collection: Winnipeg Tribune Collection
description: Two of Ken Leishman's fellow escapees, Barry Duke (left) and George Leclerc, in bandages, are returned to Winnipeg, after a shoot-out and capture in Gary, Indiana.
subject(s): CrimeJailsPersonalitiesPolice
date: 1966, September 9
 
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image no.: 39030
contact sheet: A1304
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Walter Storoschuk Being Escorted By Police From A Restaurant At Emerson, Mb, After Eating A Full Course Meal. Half An Hour Later He Was Charged With The Murder By Strangulation Of His Wife And Two Children In Their Home In Gardenton. The Rcmp Constables Are (L- R): W.G. Fleweling And D. Roberts
subject(s): CrimePersonalitiesTowns
date: 1954, August 26
 
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image no.: 30946
contact sheet: A1032
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: West Kildonan Police Interrogating Ken Leishman After His Capture
subject(s): CrimePersonalitiesPolice
date: 1966, October 29
 
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image no.: 52486
contact sheet: A1593
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Winnipeg City Police Remove The Body Of Slain Cab Driver Lawrence Bemben From A Back Lane At Therear Of 380 Church Avenue, Winnipeg, Mb. Photo By Jeff De Booy
subject(s): CrimeHousesPersonalitiesPoliceWinnipeg Buildings
date: 1987, January 9
 
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image no.: 38074
contact sheet: A1272
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Winnipeg Free Press Reporter Elman Guttormson Examining The Interior Of A Cabin, Five Miles North Of Eriksdale,Built And Occupied By Stony Mountain Penitentiary Escapee Percy Moggey For Nearly A Full Year
subject(s): BuildingsCabinsCrimeJournalismPersonalities
date: 1961, June
 
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image no.: 51753
contact sheet: A1567
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Winnipeg Investigative Police Officers Crowd Around The Taxi Where Unicity Taxi Driver Gurman Dhaliwal Has Been Reported Missing
subject(s): AutomobilesCrimePersonalitiesPoliceUniforms
date: 1986, April 5
 
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image no.: 53915
contact sheet: A1637
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Winnipeg Police Departmentstaff Sgt. Cliff Tessier With An Airport Marijuana Seizure Weighing In Excess Of 100 Kilos (220 Lbs)
subject(s): AirportsCrimePersonalitiesPolice
date: 1984, February 12
 
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image no.: 53206
contact sheet: A1609
collection: Winnipeg Police Department Collection
description: Winnipeg Police Dept. Crime Laboratory Van Of Identification Branch, Detective Division, Used At The Scene Of The Crime Seen With Detective Ray Somers In Front Of Winnipeg Public Safety Building, Princess Street.
subject(s): CrimeLaboratoriesPersonalitiesPoliceWinnipeg BuildingsWinnipeg Streets
date: 1967
 
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image no.: 52185
contact sheet: A1582
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Winnipeg Police Emergency Response Unit Members Quell An 4-Hour Armed Standoff With A Gunman Who Held His Girlfriend Hostage At The Bay Department Store, Portage Avenue And Memorial Blvd,Winnipeg. Photo By Wayne Glowacki
subject(s): CrimeHudson Bay CompanyPoliceStoresWinnipeg Buildings
date: 1986, October 28
 
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image no.: 51765
contact sheet: A1568
collection: Winnipeg Free Press Collection
description: Winnipeg'S Unicity Cab Driver Gureshivar Singh Comments In Reference To Cabbies Who Get Ripped Off At Least Twice A Week By Passengers Who Won'T Pay And Calls To Police Go Unheeded
subject(s): AutomobilesCrimeEast IndiansProtests
date: 1986, April 7
 
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image no.: 70350
contact sheet: A2252
collection: Hugh Allan Collection (Dec./97)
description: Young child watches from inside a truck as two people fight on the road. This photo "Street Fight" was the Canadian Press Award Winner for March 1961 published in The Winnipeg Tribune March 1, 1961. Tow truck and other truck along with houses in photo. (2x2 neg.) Photo by and courtesy of Hugh Allan
subject(s): CrimeHousesJournalismNewspapersPhotographyTrucks
date: 1961, February 27