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Catalog Number 1939.069.002
Object Name Print, Photographic
Description Print. A mounted, sepia-toned photographic print depicting twelve men posing on the steps and porch of the Fifth Precinct Police Station on McClellan Avenue. Names for several men have been written on the photo or in its margins. On the steps are eight uniformed police officers, wearing long coats, tall helmets with circular brims, and truncheons. Among this group are Oehmke, Van Der Van, and Elliott. On the porch at the left are two men. The first, Cotter, wears a boater hat, suit and tie. To his right is Hogan, clad in a police jacket with notched lapels and stripes around the cuffs, and a broad-brimmed hat. On the right side of the porch are two men as well. The first, J.P. Smith wears a light pin-striped suit and hat. An unidentified man on the right wears a police jacket with notched lapels, but no stripes, with a broad-brimmed had. The photo is mounted to a green matting with a textured border. "1910" is handwritten on the verso.
Date 1910
People Smith, J.P.
Print size 7" x 5"
Dimension Details Matting is 9" x 7"
Collection Police Department
Search Terms Fifth Precinct Police Station
Police Stations
McClellan Avenue
Police Officers