West Virginia & Regional History Collection

Finding Aid For: International Association for Identification. Records, 1842-2007, 2012

Finding Aid Prepared by: Staff of the West Virginia & Regional History Collection

Summary Information
Title: International Association for Identification. Records
Creator: International Association for Identification
Inclusive dates: 1842-2007, 2012
Bulk dates: 1910-1959
Extent: 93 ft. 9 in. (212 legal and letter sized manuscript boxes of 5 in. or 2 1/2 in. depth, one 21 in. x 25 in. flat storage box of oversized materials, two electronic files of membership directory)
Abstract:
Records of the International Association for Identification (IAI), an organization founded in 1915 to further the goals of professionals in the field of forensic identification. Includes newsletters, membership information, letters, reports, clippings, reprints, pamphlets, journals, books, foreign language material, technical reference material, conference and seminar records, and audio-visual material. Also includes items from the library of fingerprint pioneer Henry Faulds which were purchased by Herman Doepner, a private collector and IAI member. For photographs related to this collection, go to wvhistoryonview.org and search for this collection's four digit call number (otherwise known as an A&M number).

Call number: A&M No.: 3518
Language: The materials are in English
Repository: West Virginia & Regional History Collection

Access and Use
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Preferred Citation:

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Separated Material:

Publications deemed to have no special historical or artifactual significance were separated into the circulating collection. Most of these were published after 1950; items pre-dating 1950 were also included if they were part of multiple copy sets. This date appears to be a natural break for sorting rare and frail material from materials that can circulate. Rare books and journals were left in the collection with the exception of one book that was placed in the Rare Book Room for educational purposes: "The Finger Print Instructor: a text book for the guidance of finger print experts and an instructor for persons interested in the study of finger prints" by Frederick Kuhne, 1927 edition. It has a reserved location at box 197, folder 1 should the need arise to return it to the collection. A duplicate of the 1927 edition, should anyone wish to use it, can be found as item 044-007 in the collection.


Historical Note

International Association of Identification:

During August of 1915, Inspector Harry H. Caldwell of the Oakland (California) Police Department's Bureau of Identification called for the creation of an organization to further the aims of the identification profession. At the October meeting in Oakland, twenty-two men formed the 'International Association for Criminal Identification' with Caldwell presiding. By the second annual conference in 1916, membership was at 116 regular members and 13 honorary members. The word 'criminal' was excluded from the Association's name in 1918 since identification was not limited to criminals. In 1921, at the seventh annual conference in Washington, DC, members were received at the White House, and during this meeting the fingerprints of President Harding were recorded. This level of communication and influence was maintained between the government and the IAI for years, especially during the 1930s when the FBI and IAI established a close relationship. The only time that the IAI did not hold an annual conference was in 1945 due to restricted travel as part of wartime conservation efforts.

In 1916, the first periodical of the IAI emerged. Though funding issues, different formats, and title and content changes occurred, the IAI still publishes their own periodical, which is now called The Journal of Forensic Identification. In 1926 the first woman was elected to the IAI Board of Directors; in 1942 the first woman was elected IAI President.

The Association currently (2007) has 45 Divisions representing 50 states and territories, and 69 countries. There are more than 6,000 members. There are several honors, certification programs, research grants, scholarships, and sponsorships that the IAI created, supports, and/or remains funding.

Henry Faulds:

Henry Faulds was born in Scotland in 1843 and died in Wolstanton in 1930. He held a physician's license after graduating at Anderson's College, and then became a medical missionary. After marriage in 1873, Faulds was given the assignment to establish a medical mission in Japan. He did so and by 1874 it was a success. It was during his time in Japan that he went to an archaeological dig where he noticed impressions left in clay by the fingers of craftsmen, and then began examining fingertips of acquaintances. He became convinced that pattern ridges were unique to each person, and even exonerated an employee accused of theft at the hospital by comparative analysis of fingerprints. The scientific journal Nature published a paper by Faulds in 1880 regarding the application of fingerprints to forensics. Though he had no direct effect on the practical development of modern forensic methods, Faulds was one of the first to advocate the use of fingerprints for identification.


Collection Scope and Content Note

View a selection of nearly 3000 digital images from this collection online at the International Association for Identification Collection website.
These digital images represent only a fraction of the entire collection.

There are eight series in this collection:

Series 1--Historical Information; 1921 - 1998; box no. 1a-b (2 document cases)

Series 2--IAI Group Chapters Records; 1971 - 2001; box nos. 2 - 4 (4 document cases)

Series 3--Doepner/Faulds Papers; 1842 - 1988; box nos. 5 - 74 (84 document cases)

Series 4--Forensic Identification/Investigation Reference Material (FIRM); 1913 - 1996; box nos. 75 - 107 (34 document cases)

Series 5--Conferences/Seminars; 1922 - 1998; box nos. 108 - 116 (11 document cases)

Series 6--Subjects; 1897 - 2000; box nos. 117 - 128 (13 document cases)

Series 7--IAI Library; 1893 - 2001; box nos. 129 - 204 (76 document cases)

Series 8--Audio/Visual; 1897 - 1995 (majority 1973-1991); box nos. 205 - 213 (9 document cases)

Series 1--Historical Information consists of: (a) articles about Henry Faulds, his family tree by genealogist Shelia Pitcairn, issues of Fingerprint and Identification Magazine that pertain to him, paperwork and news articles regarding a commemorative plaque and restoration of his grave, photocopies of Dactylography Magazine from the time when Faulds was its founder and editor, publications authored by George W. Wilton which defend the legacy of Faulds, etc.; (b) documentation (including letters) regarding the acquisition and provenance of the Doepner-Faulds collection as well as other aspects of the IAI library, listings of IAI library holdings, etc.

This series was assembled by collating items on the basis of their labeling -- with few exceptions these items were found labeled with numbers recorded to "Doepner bookplates" or stamps. In addition to the Doepner labels, there is indication that certain items were from Faulds's library too. Items from Doepner's library, especially item no. 007-001, indicate that he purchased what was left of Faulds's library and estate papers after the execution of Faulds's will. In many cases it appears impossible to know with certainty whose library the materials came from. In any case, it can be assumed that the materials came together as a whole in Doepner's library, and eventually the IAI library.

The "Fingerprint & Identification Magazine" found in this series for 1919 to 1988 was assembled by combining the earlier issues collected by Doepner with later issues found elsewhere in the collection.

Series 2--IAI Group Chapters consists of newsletters and membership information of individual IAI chapters (by state or region) including Rocky Mountain, Pennsylvania, Pacific Northwest, Texas, California, and others.

Series 3--Doepner/Faulds contains the combined libraries of Herman Doepner and Henry Faulds (see collection notes.) The series is divided into subseries: Letters (boxes 5-6), Manuscripts (box 7), Notes (boxes 8-10a), Reports (box 10b), Transcriptions (box 11-12b), Clippings (boxes 13-18), Reprints (boxes 19a-19b), Pamphlets (boxes 20-23), Journals (boxes 24-34), Books (boxes 35a-52b), Fingerprint and Identification Magazine (boxes 53-70), Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes (boxes 71-72), La Plata Publications (boxes 72-73), Subject Files (box 74a), and Photographs (boxes 74a-74b).

Series 4--Forensic Identification Reference Material (FIRM) contains loose articles, pamphlets, booklets, materials from binders, photocopies, etc. For the most part, these items were organized on the basis of what appeared to be the predominate topic to which they pertained such as handwriting, fingerprints, footwear, firearms, forensic science, evidence, fraud, light, photography, etc. The materials are mainly contemporary except for "Early Publications" and "Applied Science Institute/University".

"Early Publications" in this series include pamphlets printed in the 1920s to 1940s mostly regarding fingerprint identification, among other topics.

The "Applied Science Institute / University" material is an educational series of publications on multiple topics from an organization in Chicago. The items begin with the first edition from 1916 and extend to the 36th edition of 1993.

Series 5--Conferences / Seminars consists of conference or seminar material arranged by topic or by the organization sponsoring an event; includes crime, photography, fingerprinting, questioned documents, IAI, etc.

Series 6--Subjects consists of miscellaneous material regarding a variety of topics including: large posters demonstrating Bertillon methods; Carey Chapman book draft; fingerprint kits from the Forensic Press; contents and book jackets from the circulating portion of the IAI collection; international criminal cards (for comparative analysis of criminal profiling); various forensic-related organizations' directories and handbooks; ritualistic crimes; advertisements; and personal papers.

Series 7--IAI Library contains Journals (boxes 129-171), Foreign Language Material (boxes 171-180), Books (boxes 181-203), and Oversized Material (box 204). An electronic version of the 2012 IAI Membership Directory is available; consult a curator for access.

Series 8--Audio/Visual contains multiple slides, one microfilm, and multiple VHS tapes. The VHS tapes were copied to DVD discs which are stored with this collection.

Series 1) Historical Information:

Box 1a; Folder 1; Faulds, Henry (Articles about Faulds including one photocopy of item 007-007 in which he wrote about his work, two co-authored articles by John Berry, and a family tree from Genealogist Sheila Pitcairn.); 1984, n.d.

Box 1a; Folder 2; Faulds, Henry (Articles about Faulds from the Fingerprint and Identification Magazine.); 1925, 1959-1962

Box 1a; Folder 3; Faulds, Henry (Papers regarding the Fingerprint Society's donation of a grave plaque on Faulds's plot at Stoke-on-Trent.); 1986-1987

Box 1a; Folder 4; Faulds, Henry (George W. Wilton publication on the legacy of Faulds, Fingerprints: History, Law, and Romance.); 1938

Box 1a; Folder 5; Faulds, Henry (George W. Wilton publications on the legacy of Faulds, Fingerprints: Scotland Yard and Henry Faulds, Fingerprints: Scotland Yard: Ruxton Trial Revlations, Fingerprints: Home Office and Henry Faulds, and Fingerprints: Open Letter to the Right Honourable R. A. Butler.); 1951-1962

Box 1a; Folder 6; Faulds, Henry (George W. Wilton publications on the legacy of Faulds, Fingerprints: Six Years' Strife with British Government Departments, and Fingerprints: Swan Song of Old "Dr Fingerprints" as well as an article of Wilton's death in Scotland.); 1962-1964

Box 1a; Folder 7; Faulds, Henry (Dactylography Magazine photocopies, of which Faulds was the editor/creator.); 1921-1922

Box 1a; Folder 8; Faulds, Henry (Flyers for publications of Faulds, a speech transcript given by Faulds from the 11th Annual IAI Conference, and two copies of his book, A Manual of Practical Dactylography.); 1922-1925

Box 1b; Folder 9; IAI (Photocopied information from within the collection pertaining to the history of the IAI.); 1923, 1985

Box 1b; Folder 10; Caldwell, Harry (Color printout of a Powerpoint presentation by IAI member Darrell Klasey regarding the life of Harry Caldwell, founder of the IAI. Presented at the 92nd Annual IAI Conference, San Diego, CA.); 2007

Box 1b; Folder 11; Library History and Business (A bibliography typed on thin paper that appears to include holdings. 1 of 2 folders.); n.d.

Box 1b; Folder 12; Library History and Business (A photocopy of the fragile bibliography that appears to include holdings. 2 of 2 folders.); n.d.

Box 1b; Folder 13; Library History and Business (Includes documentation and photocopies of items regarding acquisition, holdings, and provenance of Doepner-Faulds collection by the IAI, and business letters.); 1931-2004

Box 1b; Folder 14; Library History and Business (Includes limited library catalog, documentation regarding acquisition during Pat Wertheim's librarianship, donation plates, etc.); 1985, 1996-1999

Box 1b; Folder 15; Library History and Business (A short, typed bibliography that appears to list specific holdings, and a photocopy of the item.); n.d.

Series 2) IAI Group Chapters:

Box 2; Folder 1; Rocky Mountain--Silent Witness Newsletter.; 1990, 1991, 1997, 1998

Box 2; Folder 2; Rocky Mountain--Silent Witness Newsletter.; 1998-1999

Box 2; Folder 3; Rocky Mountain--Silent Witness Newsletter.; 2000-2001

Box 2; Folder 4; Pennsylvania--newsletters.; 1975, 1976, 1978-1980

Box 2; Folder 5; Pacific Northwest--Examiner Newsletter.; 1997-1998

Box 2; Folder 6; Pacific Northwest--Examiner Newsletter.; 1999-2000

Box 2; Folder 7; Pacific Northwest--Examiner Newsletter.; 2000-2001, 1995

Box 3; Folder 1; Texas--Membership Directories.; 1981, 1992-1995

Box 3; Folder 2; Texas--Lone Star Forensic Journal.; 1998/01-1998/12

Box 3; Folder 3; Texas (Contains Lone Star Forensic Journal's Membership Directory and one issue.); 1998-1999

Box 3; Folder 4; Texas--Newsletter.; 1981-1985

Box 3; Folder 5; Texas--Newsletter.; 1986-1988

Box 3; Folder 6; Texas--Newsletter.; 1992-1993/03

Box 3; Folder 7; Texas--Newsletter.; 1993/04-1995/09

Box 3; Folder 8; Texas--Newsletter.; 1995/10-1997/12

Box 4a; Folder 1; California--Identification Digest (vol. 90, missing issues 1-5.); 1990/06-1990/12

Box 4a; Folder 2; California--Identification Digest (vol. 91, no. 1-6, missing issue 5.); 1991/01-1991/06

Box 4a; Folder 3; California--Identification Digest (vol. 91, no. 7-12.); 1991/07-1991/12

Box 4a; Folder 4; California--Identification Digest (vol. 92, no. 1-5.); 1992/01-1992/05

Box 4a; Folder 5; California--Identification Digest (vol. 92, no. 6-12.); 1992/06-1992/12

Box 4a; Folder 6; California--Identification Digest (vol. 93, no. 1-12.); 1993/01-1993/12

Box 4b; Folder 7; California--Identification Digest (vol. 94, no. 1-3.); 1994/01-1994/03

Box 4b; Folder 8; California--Identification Digest (vol. 94, no. 4-12, missing issues 5 and 12.); 1994/04-1994/12

Box 4b; Folder 9; California--Identification Digest (vol. 95, no. 1-12, missing issues 3 and 7.); 1995/01-1995/12

Box 4b; Folder 10; California--Identification Digest (vol. 96, no. 1-12.); 1996/01-1996/12

Box 4b; Folder 11; California--Identification Digest (vol. 97, no. 1-7, missing issues 2, 4, and 8-12.); 1997/01-1997/07

Box 4b; Folder 12; California--Rosters/ Papers (Includes by-laws, and voting profiles.); 1971-1995

Box 4b; Folder 13; Miscellaneous Newsletters (Contains 1-2 issues from Kansas, Florida, Missouri, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Utah, and Arizona.); 1984-1997

Box 4b; Folder 14; Miscellaneous Rosters/ Papers (Contains items from New York, Ohio, Minnesota, and Georgia.); 1981-1985

Series 3) Doepner/Faulds--Letters:

Box 5; Folder 1; Item 005-001; IAI Convention, September 1924--Prospectus Letter (2 pages); DF 607; 1924/08/04

Box 5; Folder 1; Item 005-002; IAI Convention, September 1924--Synopsis Letter (2 pages); DF 606; 1924/11/15

Box 5; Folder 1; Item 005-003; IAI Convention, July 1931--Letters and Brochure (6 leaves); DF 154; 1930-1931

Box 5; Folder 2; Item 005-004; Faulds, Henry to "the Association" regarding his inability to attend the conference in Windsor, Canada (draft); 4 pages; DF 777; n.d.

Box 5; Folder 2; Item 005-005a; Collins to C. L. Enos regarding forgery of fingerprints in the country. From Scotland Yard, Collins acting for the Assistant Commissioner.; 1 page; DF 598; 1922/10/26

Box 5; Folder 2; Item 005-005b; (Illegible) to C.L. Enos regarding forgery of fingerprints in the country. From Scotland Yard, author as Deputy Assistant Commissioner.; 1 page; DF 598; 1923/02/27

Box 5; Folder 2; Item 005-005c; Sisler, W. W. (?) to C. L. Enos regarding forgery of fingerprints in the country. From the Leavenworth, Kansas U. S. Penitentiary, author as Record Clerk.; 1page; DF 598; n.d.

Box 5; Folder 2; Item 005-005d; Record Clerk, U. S. P. to N. M. MacLeod regarding forgery of fingerprints in the country. MacLeod of the Evening Sun, Editorial Dept.; 3 pages; DF 598; 1923/06/01

Box 5; Folder 2; Item 005-006a; Snitzler, J.T. to H.J. Doepner regarding Bauder Identification Company products.; 2 pages; DF 1017; 1927/04/21

Box 5; Folder 2; Item 005-006b; Snitzler, J.T. to H.J. Doepner regarding Bauder Identification Company products.; 2 pages; DF 1017; 1927/04/28

Box 5; Folder 2; Item 005-007a; Scoeler, Jos. B. to Henry Faulds regarding fingerprint article(s) being published.; 2 pages; DF 624; 1923/02/07

Box 5; Folder 2; Item 005-007b; Scoeler, Jos. B. to Henry Faulds regarding fingerprint article(s) being published.; 2 pages; DF 624; 1922/10/03

Box 5; Folder 2; Item 005-008; Anderson, E. to Henry Faulds regarding the Dec. 24, 1880 article "Finger-Marks" extracted from St. James Budget, v. 1 no. 26, p. 7 col. 1, which is copied by hand and enclosed.; 10 pages; DF 706; 1928/04/17

Box 5; Folder 2; Item 005-009; Anderson, E. to Henry Faulds regarding the article "Finger-Prints" extracted from Encyclopaedia Britannica, which is copied by hand and enclosed.; 5 pages; DF 612; 1929/01/01

Box 5; Folder 2; Item 005-010; Anderson, E. to Henry Faulds regarding the 1902 article "Crime and the Finger-Print" by Tighe Hopkins extracted from Bassells Magazine, v. 33, p. 322-24, which is copied by hand and enclosed.; 25 pages; DF 578; 1929/08/01

Box 5; Folder 3; Item 005-011; Henry, E. N. to Herman Doepner regarding Doepner's request for a bibliography of fingerprint materials.; 2 leaves; DF 141; 1930/12/13

Box 5; Folder 3; Item 005-012a; Doepner, Herman to C. H. Durgin regarding a thank you for Durgin's letter from 10/25.; 1 page; DF 551; 1930/11/04

Box 5; Folder 3; Item 005-012b; Durgin, C. H. to Herman Doepner regarding the enclosed proposed senate bill supported by Washington State Identification Association, of which Durgin was the secretary.; 4 pages; DF 551; 1930/10/25

Box 5; Folder 3; Item 005-013a; Doepner, Herman J. to Sr. Valadares, director of the Lisbon Civil Identification Bureau, regarding thanks for Valadares's letter with identity card enclosure.; 1 page; DF 808; 1930/10/15

Box 5; Folder 3; Item 005-013b; Doepner, Herman J. to Sr. Valadares, director of the Lisbon Civil Identification Bureau, regarding thanks for previous correspondence and requests information on listed citations.; 1 page; DF808; 1930/09

Box 5; Folder 3; Item 005-013c; Valadares to Herman J. Doepner regarding the enclosure and Doepner's previous inquiry about specific citations. Enclosed: 1 small identification booklet and letter's envelope.; 2 leaves; DF 808; 1930/09/30

Box 5; Folder 3; Item 005-014; Stockis, Eug. to "Colleague" regarding fingerprinting publications. Stockis writes in French from the Institut de Medecine Legale. Also includes Doepner's memo on letter's provenance, 11/04/1930.; 2 pages; DF 414; 1923/01/02

Box 5; Folder 3; Item 005-015; Cleary, William F. to Herman J. Doepner regarding Doepner's request for Cleary's information on fingerprints. Enclosed: letter Cleary wrote on the matter to the Division of Identification and Investigation, 06/11/1931.; 3 pages; DF 720; 1931/09/14

Box 5; Folder 3; Item 005-016; Gibbon, W.F. to "Dear Sir" regarding the importance of a permanent fingerprint file per citizen. Also, an application for employment with Gibbon's association (National Identification System, Minn.) and a letter template to women about the importance of baby fingerprints.; 4 leaves; DF 686; 1933/12

Box 5; Folder 3; Item 005-017a; Doepner, Herman J. to C. Ainsworth Mitchell regarding payment for received copies of correspondence between Mitchell and Henry Faulds.; 1 page; DF 802; 1933/01/07

Box 5; Folder 3; Item 005-017b; Mitchell, C. A. to Doepner regarding the enclosed items. Enclosed: receipt for, and the typed copies of correspondence between Mitchell and Henry Faulds. Correspondences: 11/09/1916, 1 p., regarding publications--09/10/1920, 2p., regarding Faulds's health, publications, and various associates--05/16/1921, 1 p., regarding publication--02/22/1923, 2 p., regarding Faulds's publications and lectures given--11/22/1923, 1 p., regarding Faulds's health and Bert Wentworth--n./d., 1 p., regarding a case in Japan, publications, and lectures.; 10 leaves; DF 802; 1932/11/18

Box 5; Folder 3; Item 005-018a; Clifton, Harvey to "Dear Sir" (assume Faulds) regarding a previous letter and upon seeing Faulds. Personal letterhead, upon which Clifton is listed as solicitor.; 1 page; DF 698; 1922/07/24

Box 5; Folder 3; Item 005-018b; Kuller, Paul to Henry Faulds regarding Harvey Clifton, publications, "fingerseals" as a type of signature (Kuller's invention), and the enclosed materials. Enclosed: sample of "fingerseals", article--"Das Fingersiegel. Ein Neues Fingerabdruck-Verfahren zur Sicherung von Werturkunden" (in German), and a typewritten translation of the article. Personal letterhead.; 15 leaves; DF 698; 1922/07/24

Box 5; Folder 4; Item 005-019; Halva, Iivari to Herman J. Doepner regarding a request for the enclosed materials: a typed trascript of an article by Halva, "A Short Story of Finger Printing in Finland" and a photograph to go with mentioned case.; 8 pages; DF 1336; 1960/08/02

Box 5; Folder 4; Item 005-020; Anderson, C. M. to Herman J. Doepner regarding a request for the enclosed (typewritten copy of) article: "Fingerprints" by Preston Williams, Jr., Memphis Chamber of Commerce Journal, v. V, no. 10, p. 33, Nov. 1922.; 3 pages; DF 476; 1929/07/30

Box 5; Folder 4; Item 005-021; Doepner, Herman J. to the Scientific Laboratory of the NY State Police regarding a request for an issue of Bulletin and the case of People vs. Robert Barnes within it. Enclosed with file: Bulletin, v. 11, no. 1-2, Jan.-Feb. 1946, full issue, Bureau of Criminal Investigation, NY State Police, palmprints/homicide.; 7 pages; DF 1112; 1958/01/07

Box 5; Folder 4; Item 005-022; Doepner, Herman J. to H. P. Winderling, Principal regarding enrollment into International Criminologist School's courses/course #8 on fingerprints. Enclosed: envelope with 2 flyers full of testimonials, and several pamphlets--"Testimonial Letters" with said inside, "Information Concerning Our Courses of Study" with said inside, "International Criminologist School" with descriptions of program/school inside.; 7 leaves; DF 697; 1935/03/29

Box 5; Folder 4; Item 005-023; Sully, Clifford to Herman J. Doepner regarding the enclosed copy of Sully's pamphlet, "Mistaken Identity" published in 1925 by Longmans, Green and Co., of London, where Sully resides.; 2 leaves; DF 418; 1930/12/19

Box 5; Folder 4; Item 005-024; Collins, Charles Stockley to Herman J. Doepner regarding the request and details for the enclosed copy of the pamphlet by Collins, "A Telegraphic Code for Finger-Print Formulae and a System for Sub-Classification of Single Digital Impressions" in 1921, London. Also includes envelopes.; 5 leaves; DF 58; 1930/02/08

Box 5; Folder 5; Item 005-025; Knapp, Muriel E. to Herman J. Doepner regarding his request for the enclosed article, "Too Perfect" by Edward Radin, Cosmopolitan, p. 16, May 1946. Typewritten on Cosmopolitan letterhead/ stationery.; 3 leaves; DF 1139; 1946/10/11

Box 5; Folder 5; Item 005-026; Eichorn, Evelyn to Herman J. Doepner regarding his request for the enclosed article, "Uncle Sam Wants Your Mark", by Vera Connolly, Good Housekeeping, p. 24-. Typewritten on Good Housekeeping letterhead.; 7 leaves; DF 1009; 1940/04/08

Box 5; Folder 5; Item 005-027; Bragazzi, A. J. to Herman J. Doepner regarding his request for the enclosed company catalogs. Bragazzi being of Wheeldex & Simpla Products, Inc. which distributes filing cabinets of various sizes, and other office organizational needs.; 5 leaves; DF 1299; 1962/03/02

Box 5; Folder 6; Item 005-028; Oug, Olaf to Governor Sumner Sewall (of Maine) regarding a plan Oug made for civil defense involving fingerprinting.; 2 pages; DF n.a.; 1941/02/28

Box 5; Folder 6; Item 005-029; Oug, Olaf to Herman J. Doepner regarding the articles Oug sent previously, and the fee that he would want for them. Also, notes he will send items on fingerprinting.; 1 page; DF n.a.; 1942/04/15

Box 5; Folder 6; Item 005-030; Doepner, Herman J. to Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt regarding a national defense issue related to women stenographers and their ability of fingerprint identification. Notes handwritten at bottom about sending one to the president, keeping a copy.; 1 page; DF n.a.; 1940/06/24

Box 5; Folder 6; Item 005-031; Garlock, Charles to Herman J. Doepner regarding the copies of Science News Letter that Doepner requested. On letter head "Science Service" of Washington, D. C.; 1 page; DF n.a.; 1940/07/18

Box 5; Folder 6; Item 005-032; Doepner, Herman J. to Helen Huggo regarding the publishers of the periodicals from the list Doepner provides and the holdings of the J. J. Hill Reference Library, St. Paul, MN. Found within [19-44], includes requested list.; 2 pages; DF n.a.; 1932/01/13

Box 5; Folder 6; Item 005-033a; Doepner, Herman J. to Verlag von Gebruder Borntraeger regarding a list of materials that Doepner wishes to purchase/obtain. Found in [19-44].; 1 page; DF n.a.; 1932/01/13

Box 5; Folder 6; Item 005-033b; Doepner, Herman J. to Julius Springer regarding a list of materials that Doepner wishes to purchase/obtain.; 1 page; DF n.a.; 1932/01/30

Box 5; Folder 7; Item 005-034; Perkins, Frank S. to "friend" regarding the National Detective System, Nebraska, of which he is the president. Letter includes an order form for courses and a notice.; 4 leaves; DF 861; n.d.

Box 5; Folder 7; Item 005-035; Hartnett, John B. to "sir" regarding the new product from Folmer Graflex Corporation, the Photorecord, for which a pamphlet is enclosed.; 3 pages; DF 99; 1929/07/03

Box 5; Folder 7; Item 005-036; Barr, W. E. to Herman J. Doepner regarding criminology photography and the products of the Eastman Kodak Company, with enclosed product flyers.; 3 pages; DF 1052; 1936/11/04

Box 5; Folder 7; Item 005-037; Carl Zeiss, Inc. to Herman J. Doepner regarding projection equipment of the company, with enclosed product pamphlets.; 10 leaves; DF 715; 1932/02/11

Box 5; Folder 7; Item 005-038; Doepner, Herman J. to "The Director, Eugenics Record Office" of Long Island, NY regarding a family traits booklet to be filled out and returned, a copy of said booklet, and other topical pamphlets, all of which are enclosed, 5 items.; 20 leaves; DF 967; 1939/01/16

Box 5; Folder 7; Item 005-039; Cooke, T. G. to "Sir" regarding the details of activities/courses in fingerprints, etc. at his school, the Institute of Applied Science. Includes envelopes, flyers, reports, etc. that promote the school, 10 items; 20 leaves; DF 1026; n.d.

Box 5; Folder 8; Item 005-040; Davidson, W. V. to Aetch Jaedey regarding a request for literature on fingerprints from the Eastman Kodak Stores, Inc. and the enclosed pamphlet on the fingerprint camera.; 2 pages; DF 957; 1942/08/25

Box 5; Folder 8; Item 005-041; Reid, Howard J. to Herman J. Doepner regarding an inquiry into the Hildebrand Simplified Fingerprint Course and the enclosed information sheets.; 8 leaves; DF 469?; 1946/05/24

Box 5; Folder 8; Item 005-042; Bailey, Judd to Herman J. Doepner regarding information on the City of Berkeley Fingerprinting Campaign of 1936. Enclosed is pamphlets, membership cards, and a summary of said campaign.; 15 leaves; DF 653b; 1940/03/27

Box 5; Folder 8; Item 005-043; "The Hub Systems" to Herman J. Doepner regarding the possibility of Doepner becoming a representative for the company (of Boston, MA) in his own state. Also, enclosed materials on the various systems, specifically those of identification.; 8 leaves; DF 152; 1928/11/14

Box 5; Folder 8; Item 005-044; Dondero, John A. to Herman J. Doepner regarding the enclosed literature about the Faurot Protective Identification System's fingerprint supplies. Company letterhead.; 3 leaves; DF 1050; 1942/12/30

Box 5; Folder 9; Item 005-045; Mozley, N. L. to Herman J. Doepner regarding the enclosed 2 flyers about becoming a student of the Modern Finger Print Academy, of which Mozley is Instructor. Envelope included.; 4 leaves; DF 859; 1935/03/23

Box 5; Folder 9; Item 005-046; Doepner, Herman J. to Willis D. Smith regarding the forms that Smith sent from his "National Protective Registry." Enclosed: Pocket identification cards, news flyer, large identification cards for finger and footprints, Smith's typed notecard reply, and envelope.; 10 leaves; DF 772; 1934/05/15

Box 5; Folder 9; Item 005-047; Hamilton, Mary E. to "Mr. Doepner" regarding meetings of the "ISPI", with Hamilton's address at top (New York.) Enclosed: A separate letter to "citizen" from the Mary E. Hamilton Institute, Inc. regarding fingerprinting, and a set of "Resolutions for Universal Finger & Foot Printing for Personal Identification" from the Ray Current Events Club, Ray K. Loeb, President.; 3 leaves; DF 1040; 1937/02/18

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-001; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Doepner, Herman J. to John C. W. Herschel regarding obtaining the written materials on fingerprinting of the late William Herschel.; 1 page; DF 1212; 1930/11/24

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-002; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Herschel, J. C. W. to Herman Doepner regarding the whereabouts of William Herschel's papers and his recognition in the field of fingerprints.; 1 page; DF 1212; 1930/12/08

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-003; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Doepner, Herman J. to John C. W. Herschel regarding a thank you for J. Herschel's help and awaiting to hear from S.W. Hardcastle, who holds the papers of the late William Herschel.; 1 page; DF 1212; 1930/12/23

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-004; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Doepner, Herman J. to S. W. Hardcastle regarding a previous letter to John C. W. Herschel and the papers of the late William Herschel.; 1 page; DF 1212; 1930/12/28

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-005; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Hardcastle, S. Winifred to Herman J. Doepner regarding the papers of the late William Herschel. Enclosed: biographical sketch Hardcastle wrote of Herschel, her uncle, dated 10/24/1923, and a review of his book on fingerprints dated 12/07/1916.; 11 pages; DF 1212; 1931/01/14

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-006; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Doepner, Herman J. to S. W. Hardcastle regarding the papers of the late William Herschel, obtaining further resources, and the growing library.; 3 pages; DF 1212; 1931/02/04

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-007; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Hardcastle, S. Winifred to Herman J. Doepner regarding the papers of the late William Herschel. Enclosed: obituary from the Kent and Sussex Post, Sat. 11/3/1917, for William Herschel, her uncle; 5 pages; DF 1212; 1931/02/18

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-008; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Doepner, Herman J. to "The Manager of Oxford University Press" regarding William Herschel's book "The Origin of Finger Printing" and the photographic plates involved with the book.; 1 page; DF 1212; 1931/12/21

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-009; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Doepner, Herman J. to Macmillan & Co. regarding William Herschel's book "The Origin of Finger Printing" and its reprinting.; 1 page; DF 1212; 1931/12/22

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-010; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Bueno, J. R. de la Torre to Herman Doepner regarding his inquiry for Macmillan & Co. to republish William Herschel's book "The Origin of Finger Printing" in America.; 1 page; DF 1212; 1932/01/11

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-011; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Doepner, Herman J. to S. W. Hardcastle regarding the works of the late William Herschel, and obtaining a possible bibliography.; 4 pages; DF 1212; 1931/12/28

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-012; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Hardcastle, S. Winifred to Herman J. Doepner regarding his request for citations of materials and further enclosures about the late William Herschel. Enclosed: list of enclosures-- fingerprint samples, including those of the Haggards, and Herschel before he died-- article "Death of Sir William Herschel, Author of Finger-Print Identity System", The Times, Thurs 10/25/1917-- editorial "Sir William Herschel", The Times, Sat 10/27/1917--photo of Herschel (6 items).; 15 pages; DF 1212; 1932/01/21

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-013; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Hardcastle, S. W. to Herman J. Doepner regarding a list of enclosed materials. Enclosed: "Signs Manual, Man and His Finger Print", by John Moylan, The Times, Mon 01/09/1933.; 2 pages; DF 1212; 1933/09/14

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-014; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Ottewill, W. T. to Herman J. Doepner regarding the services of the late William Herschel as involved with government in India. Enclosed: chronology list of Herschel's positions, and a list of those holding his previous positions "currently" (1932); 4 pages; DF 1212; 1932/02/16

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-015; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Doepner, Herman J. to S. W. Hardcastle regarding the items sent to him and awaiting contact from an Admiral Haggard.; 1 page; DF 1212; 1932/02/27

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-016; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Hardcastle, S. W. to Herman J. Doepner regarding his last correspondence and a discussion of an Admiral Haggard.; 1 page; DF 1212; 1932/03/07

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-017; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; (Illegible) to Herman J. Doepner regarding members of government committees assigned to fingerprint issues. Letterhead: Under Secretary of State, Home Office, Whitehall.; 2 pages; DF 1212; 1932/03/31

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-018; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Doepner, Herman J. to S. W. Hardcastle regarding an update on correspondence with Admiral Haggard and situation with the reprint of William Herschel's book.; 2 leaves; DF 1212; 1932/04/06

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-019; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Hardcastle, S. W. to Herman J. Doepner regarding previous correspondences dealing with the late William Herschel.; 1 leaf; DF 1212; 1932/04/22

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-020; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Hardcastle, S. W. to Herman J. Doepner regarding her discussion with Miss Herschel on fingerprinting's involvement in the Indian government and the enclosed typed documentation of said involvement. Enclosed: various transcripts under the heading "Introduction of Sir William Herschel's System of Identification by Means of Finger Prints, etc.", 1893, Government of Bengal (previously cataloged DF 735.); 46 pages; DF 1212; 1932/09/04

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-021; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Doepner, Herman J. to "The Register of Copyrights [at the] Library of Congress" regarding the American copyright permissions of William Herschel's book "The Origin of Fingerprinting" and a request for American copyright laws.; 1 page; DF 1212; 1932/11/06

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-022; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Clulow, H. V. to Herman J. Doepner regarding the copyright holdings and possible reprint of William Herschel's book "The Origin of Fingerprinting" by Clulow's company, the Oxford University Press.; 1 page; DF 1212; 1932/11/11

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-023; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Brown, C. L. to Herman J. Doepner regarding Doepner's inquiry asked of Brown's position as Acting Register of Copyrights at the Library of Congress. Brown discusses William Herschel's book "The Origin of Fingerprinting" and its copyright.; 1 page; DF 1212; 1932/11/16

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-024; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Clulow, H. V. to Herman J. Doepner regarding Doepner's wishes on a possible reprint of William Herschel's book "The Origin of Fingerprinting" by Clulow's company, the Oxford University Press.; 1 page; DF 1212; 1932/11/22

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-025; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Doepner, Herman to H. V. Clulow regarding Doepner's eager wish for a reprint of William Herschel's book "The Origin of Fingerprinting" by Clulow's company, the Oxford University Press.; 1 page; DF 1212; 1932/11/26

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-026; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Clulow, H. V. to Herman J. Doepner regarding commencement of a possible reprint of William Herschel's book "The Origin of Fingerprinting" by Clulow's company, the Oxford University Press.; 1 page; DF 1212; 1932/12/02

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-027; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Clulow, H. V. to Herman J. Doepner regarding what remains of the original template of William Herschel's book "The Origin of Fingerprinting" at Clulow's company, the Oxford University Press, and a request for a personal copy that the company might use for the reprint.; 1 page; DF 1212; 1932/12/24

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-028; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Doepner, Herman J. to H. V. Clulow regarding the enclosed copy of William Herschel's book "The Origin of Fingerprinting" per Clulow's request to send it.; 1 page; DF 1212; 1933/01/07

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-029; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Clulow, H. V. to Herman J. Doepner regarding details of a possible reprinting and the costs of William Herschel's book "The Origin of Fingerprinting" at Clulow's company, the Oxford University Press.; 1 page; DF 1212; 1933/01/10

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-030; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Doepner, Herman J. to H. V. Clulow regarding the cost, print features, and number of copies for a possible reprint of William Herschel's book "The Origin of Fingerprinting" and that the copyright owner will be contacted; 1 page; DF 1212; 1933/02/01

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-031; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Clulow, H. V. to Herman J. Doepner regarding the estimated costs of reprint by the Oxford University Press.; 1 page; DF 1212; 1933/03/08

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-032; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Doepner, Herman J. to S. W. Hardcastle regarding the costs, number, and other details that the Oxford University Press estimated for reprint of William Herschel's book "The Origin of Fingerprinting" for which she hold the copyright.; 1 leaf; DF 1212; 1933/03/21

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-033; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Doepner, Herman J. to H. V. Clulow regarding his copy of William Herschel's book "The Origin of Fingerprints" be returned to him until it might be needed for the reprint.; 1 page; DF 1212; 1933/06/06

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-034; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Clulow, H. V. to Herman J. Doepner regarding the return of Doepner's copy of William Herschel's book "The Origin of Fingerprinting" and requests future contact if reprinting is an option.; 1 page; DF 1212; 1933/06/09

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-035; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Hardcastle, S. W. to Herman Doepner regarding the enclosed materials, the possible reprint of William Herschel's book "The Origin of Fingerprinting" and costs of the reprint. Enclosed: Newspaper clipping "Finger Print Author's Will" (unknown source)--Newspaper article "Slough and Science of Finger-Prints, Centenary of Discoverer's Birth", The Slough, Eton & Windsor Observer, Fri 01/20/1933--Handwritten and typed extracts and originals of letters to Herschel from Francis Galton (1888, 1890, 1895), Edward Henry (1916), and Bengal Government papers (1893). ; 16 leaves; DF 1212; 1933/09/01

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-036; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Doepner, Herman J. to S. W. Hardcastle regarding acknowledgement and brief thanks for her previous letter with enclosures from 09/01/1933.; 1 page; DF 1212; 1933/09/25

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-037; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Doepner, Herman J. to H. V. Clulow regarding S.W. Hardcastle's copyright permissions, questions, and issues with reprinting William Herschel's "The Origin of Fingerprinting" with the Oxford University Press.; 1 page; DF 1212; 1933/10/24

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-038; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Clulow, H. V. to Herman J. Doepner regarding the questions Doepner posed about the reprinting William Herschel's "The Origin of Fingerprinting" and how the costs would be distributed.; 1 page; DF 1212; 1933/10/27

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-039; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Doepner, Herman J. to S. W. Hardcastle regarding a more thorough thanks for her enclosures from 09/01/1933, the California IAI convention proceedings in which she might be interested, his personal work on fingerprinting, and the final issues with reprinting William Herschel's book "The Origin of Fingerprinting" (instead wishes for unpublished materials to be printed).; 3 pages; DF 1212; 1934/04/06

Box 6; Folder 1; Item 006-040; Items 1-40--Scrapbook 1; Doepner, Herman J. to T. G. Cooke regarding a possible interest in financing the reprint of William Herschel's book "The Origin of Fingerprinting" by Cooke's company, Finger Print Publishing.; 1 page; DF 1212; 1940/09/18

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-041; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Manford, Hamilton (?) to Henry Faulds regarding health of various peers.; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1873/12/11

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-042; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Anderson (?) to "Dear Sir" (assume Henry Faulds) regarding thanks for a gift for "the museum" and he expresses interest in artifacts of "stone implements" that possibly were used during the "Stone Age" in Japan to be sent to him if possible.; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1880/04/17

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-043; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Pope, A. (?) to "Dear Sir" (assume Henry Faulds) regarding thanks for the offer to assist in a dialect project and how he could record words for study.; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1894/12/22

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-044; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Pope, A. (?) to "Dear Sir" (assume Henry Faulds) regarding the "Staffordshire Dialect Glossary" and if he would like to meet over the topic. Enclosed: newspaper clipping, "Dialect Question", source unclear: "S.S. 14/8/20" and "Hanover St. Newcastle" written at top.; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1895/09/30

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-045; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Carrthe, James to H. Faulds regarding a previous letter and a possible magazine being published.; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1897/04/07

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-046; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Camming, Constance F. Gordon (?) to "Dear Sir" (assume Henry Faulds) regarding his invitation for her to "write [ ] for East Asia", her current activities, and literacy in China. "College House" written at the top.; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1897/04/22

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-047; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Camming, Constance F. Gordon (?) to "Dear Sir" (assume Henry Faulds) regarding his invitation for her to share writing with him, note of a story she could share, and her wishes if published. "College House" written at the top; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1897/04/28

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-048; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Camming, Constance F. Gordon (?) to Henry Faulds regarding a paper she plans on receiving from him. "College House" written at the top.; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1897/07/04

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-049; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Camming, Constance F. Gordon (?) to n.a. (assume Henry Faulds) regarding a substitution of words in a written piece. "College House" written at the top; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1897/04/30

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-050; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Camming, Constance F. Gordon (?) to Henry Faulds regarding her interest in East Asia, and if she may be given a few copies to aid a church bazaar. "College House" written at the top.; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1897/07/06

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-051; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Tsuda, S. (?) to Henry Faulds regarding Mr. Konishi, President of the Tokyo Blind and Dumb School (of which Faulds co-founded), visiting Europe and America.; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1897/06/09

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-052; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Higgs, Henry to Henry Faulds regarding express regret that the Lord of the Treasury cannot "entertain the application which you have addressed to him." Address "10. Downing Street, Whitehall SW" at top.; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1908/02/06

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-053; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Wells to Henry Faulds regarding monetary issues. Address "3 Upper Crosvenor Street, London, W." at top; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1909/04/20

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-054; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Truibar, J. (?) to Henry Faulds regarding monetary issues with Wells and other various issues (previously cataloged DF 613.) Address "Shide, Newport, Isle of Wight, Telephone No. 463" at top.; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1910/04/18

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-055; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; (Illegible) to Henry Faulds regarding Faulds as a previous student of the author and the materials Faulds sent to the author. Address "8, Brandon Place, Glasgow" at top.; 1 leaf; DF 870; n.d.

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-056; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Scott, James to "Dear Sir" (assume Henry Faulds) regarding the materials in a letter and brochure sent to him by Faulds, and his personal experience with the criminal field. Address "98, Barons Court Road, West Kensington, W." at top.; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1913/11/08

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-057; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Butler, F. to "Dear Sir" (assume Henry Faulds) regarding a Mr. Bonar Law and recognition for Faulds's work. Copy of original.; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1915/10/26

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-058; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Sylvester, S. to "Dear Sir" (assume Henry Faulds) regarding an application for Civil List Pension. Copy of original.; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1922/10/10

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-059; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; DeForest, Henry P. to Henry Faulds regarding the photograph and signature that Faulds sent him, the fingerprinting of primates, and his own fingerprint library. Address "Hotel Somerset, 150 West 47th Street, New York City, 59 West 54th Street" at top. Enclosed: List of DeForest's accumulating library.; 2 pages; DF 870; 1915/12/17

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-060; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Mitchell, C. A. to "Dear Sir" (assume Henry Faulds) regarding publications on fingerprint(s).; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1916/11/10

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-061; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Mitchell, C. A. to "Dear Sir" (assume Henry Faulds) regarding fingerprinting methods.; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1916/11/13

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-062; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; (Illegible) to Henry Faulds regarding a thanks for Faulds's book "The Hidden Hand" that was sent to author.; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1917/02/28

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-063; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; (Illegible) to Henry Faulds regarding fingerprinting and obtaining a Civil List Pension.; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1917/03/17

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-064; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Giles, Lionel (?) to Henry Faulds regarding a Dr. Barnett and the return of an image that Faulds let Barnett borrow for a publication. Also, thanks for pamphlet Faulds sent. Enclosed: Image with caption "A Chinese Bank Note, 1898" at bottom.; 2 leaves; DF 870; 1919/04/25

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-065; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Powell, Walter to "Dear Sir" (assume Henry Faulds) regarding obtaining an article on Chinese fingerprints from Powell as Chief Librarian of the City of Birmingham Public Libraries Reference Library.; 1 page; DF 870; 1919/05/19

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-066; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Vers, Graham (?) to "Dear Sir" (assume Henry Faulds) regarding an interest in Faulds's science experiences (specifically locating submarines with microphones), using science to train government officials, and commentary on Faulds's "story" of fingerprints.; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1919/06/03

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-067; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Wire, G. E. to Henry Faulds regarding Faulds's "The Hidden Hand" given as a gift to the Worcester County Law Library in Massachusetts.; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1919/08/04

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-068; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; McDonald, W. L. to Henry Faulds regarding Faulds's pamphlet given as a gift. Location "Bureau of Identification, Dept. of Police, Pueblo, Col." written after signature.; 1 page; DF 870; 1920/01/02

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-069; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Wentworth, Bert to Henry Faulds regarding the West brothers fingerprint case. Letterhead of International Society for Personal Identification listing board of directors and officers, the latter of which states Wentworth as First Vice-President.; 1 page; DF 870; 1921/08/03

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-070; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Wentworth, Bert to Henry Faulds regarding the West brothers fingerprint case, Wentworth's health, and IAI business. Letterhead of International Society for Personal Identification listing board of directors and officers, the latter of which states Wentworth as First Vice-President.; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1921/08/29

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-071; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Renoe, A. J. to Henry Faulds regarding an honorary IAI membership for Faulds, the publication of Renoe's own book on fingerprinting and asks for any information of interest, a request for a signed photograph of Faulds, and permissions for quotes to be used from Faulds's work. Letterhead of IAI lists Renoe as President and Secretary-Treasurer.; 2 pages; DF 870; 1921/10/08

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-072; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Cooke, T. G. to Henry Faulds regarding the publication of Faulds's magazine and Cooke's visit to Faulds in the summer. Letterhead of the University of Applied Science Finger Print Department, Chicago, IL, of which Cooke signs as president.; 1 page; DF 870; 1922/02/21

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-073; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Cooke, T. G. to Henry Faulds regarding the publication of Faulds's magazine, A. J. Renoe, and Cooke's visit to Faulds in the summer. Letterhead of the University of Applied Science Finger Print Department, Chicago, IL, of which Cooke signs as president.; 1 page; DF 870; 1922/04/22

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-074; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Cooke, T. G. to Henry Faulds regarding the purchase of Cooke's magazine, and Cooke's European summer visit. Letterhead of the University of Applied Science Finger Print Department, Chicago, IL, of which Cooke signs as president.; 1 page; DF 870; 1922/05/24

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-075; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Schlaginhaufen, O. to Henry Faulds regarding Faulds's magazine. Letterhead of the Anthropologisches Institut der Universitat Zurich, of which Schlaginhaufer is listed as president. Letter in German.; 1 page; DF 870; 1922/07/10

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-076; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Enos, C. L. to Henry Faulds regarding an article on cow nose prints for submission in Faulds's magazine and potential advertising rates for a course Enos will instruct. Letterhead of the Colorado State Penitentiary, Canon City, Colo.; 1 page; DF 870; 1922/08/02

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-077; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Goodwin, S. to Henry Faulds regarding publications. Address "The Bridge House, Bakewell, Derbyshire" at top.; 1 page; DF 870; 1922/10/04

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-078; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Castellanos, Israel to Henry Faulds regarding publications that he sent to Faulds and those he wishes in return. Letterhead for Republica de Cuba, Gabinete Nacional de Identification de Personas, Habana. See items 013-011, 019-038 for related articles.; 1 page; DF 870; 1922/10/29

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-079; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Police Review Publishing Co., Ltd. to Henry Faulds regarding his payment for a subscription to the Police Review. A receipt and order form.; 2 leaves; DF 870; 1923/05/23

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-080; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Renoe, A. J. to Henry Faulds regarding Faulds's health and how it affects the publication of the magazine. Letterhead of Department of Justice, Bureau of Criminal Identification, Levenworth, Kansas which lists Renoe as Special Agent in Charge.; 1 page; DF 870; 1922/11/28

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-081; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Dickie, John (?) to Henry Faulds regarding thanks for Faulds's pamphlet "The Hidden Hand" given as a gift to W. & R. Chambers, Ltd. (Publisher for which Dickie is Assistant Editor.) Damaged at top.; 1 page; DF 870; 1923/05/25

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-082; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Carpary, V. to "Gentlemen" (Faulds's "publishers") regarding publishing an article about Faulds in the Finger Print and Identification Magazine, of which Carpary is the Associate Editor. Damaged at top.; 1 page; DF 870; 1924/07/09

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-083; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Wilkinson, James R. to Henry Faulds regarding IAI conventions and Faulds's possibly attending as a speaker. Letterhead for IAI.; 2 pages; DF 870; 1924/09/18

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-084; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Mairs, G. Tyler to Henry Faulds regarding an article Mairs sent and fingerprint identification as a science.; 1 page; DF 870; 1924/12/06

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-085; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Lloyd, R. to Henry Faulds regarding thanks for gifts that Faulds sent and Lloyd's own experiences with fingerprinting (previously cataloged DF 588).; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1924/12/09

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-086; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Knight, W. S. to Henry Faulds regarding the completion of Shelby County Tennessee's new jail building and the employment of Paul N. Waggener, one of Faulds's associates. Letterhead of Shelby County, Memphis TN at top.; 1 page; DF 870; 1924/12/13

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-087; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; (Illegible) to Henry Faulds regarding publications and Herrn Hakon Jorgensen. Letterhead of Internationale Polizeitechnissche, Karlsruhe. In German.; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1925/04/30

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-088; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Thompson, D. to Henry Faulds regarding attendance at the IAI convention for August (1925) and if not, wishes to use a picture of Faulds for the program. Letterhead of the City of Windsor, Canada, of which author is the Chief Constable.; 1 page; DF 870; 1925/05/14

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-089; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Carmody, Charles C. to Henry Faulds regarding receipt of Faulds's booklet "The Hidden Hand" and the inaccuracies of Carmody's convention speech excluding Faulds. Letterhead for IAI.; 1 page; DF 870; 1925/06/18

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-090; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Wilkinson, James R. to Henry Faulds regarding Faulds's works, using Faulds's picture for an IAI convention program, etc. Letterhead of the City of Windsor, Canada.; 4 pages; DF 870; 1925/06/23

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-091; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; (Illegible) to Henry Faulds regarding the enclosed article. In German (previously cataloged DF 641). Enclosed: "International Public Safety", Official Journal of the International Criminal Police Commission, no. 13, July 15, 1925.; 9 pages; DF 870; 1925/10/01

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-092; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Enos, C. L. to Henry Faulds regarding an enclosed circular for his Finger Print School mentioned from previous letter. Letterhead for the University of Dactylography, of which Enos is President.; 1 page; DF 870; 1925/11/10

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-093; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Stephens, Earl to Henry Faulds regarding an enclosed IAI membership card and IAI conventions. Letterhead of IAI, listing Stephens as Secretary-Treasurer.; 1 page; DF 870; 1925/12/06

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-094; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Barck, L. to Henry Faulds regarding thanks for a letter and inviting Faulds to be on a "committee of honour". Post Office Telegraph.; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1925/05/30

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-095; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Abegg to Henry Faulds regarding the enclosed article by Abegg. In German. Enclosed: "Die Grosse Polizeiausstellung Berlin 1926", Die Polizei, 11/05/1925, no. 15.; 2 leaves; DF 870; 1926/01/31

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-096; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Walters, S. (?) to Henry Faulds regarding receipt of Faulds's letter with newspaper clipping to H. J. Johnson. Letterhead of Johnson Brothers (Hanley) Limited, Earthenware Manufacturers.; 1 page; DF 870; 1926/02/08

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-097; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Wedgwood, F. to Henry Faulds regarding return of fingerprint "cuttings" and the point of applying "the method" to Jasperware. Letterhead of Josiah Wedgwood & Sons, Ltd.; 1 page; DF 870; 1926/02/08

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-098; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Scholfield, S. F. to Henry Faulds regarding the donation of "Was Sir E. R. Henry the originator of the Finger Print System?" to the Cambridge University Library (Letterhead at top).; 1 page; DF 870; 1926/03/03

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-099; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Bale, John to Henry Faulds regarding a denial of adding Faulds's suggested works to the Library of Modern Science due to the specific nature of the volume instead of an appeal to general public/larger sales. Letterhead of Chapman & Hall, Ltd.; 1 page; DF 870; 1926/04/09

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-100; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Cooke, T. G. to Henry Faulds regarding Faulds's letter from 02/03, missing Faulds at the last IAI conference, and fingerprinting methods mentioned in "Dactylography" by Faulds. Letterhead of Finger Print and Identification Magazine.; 1 page; DF 870; 1926/02/26

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-101; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Wentworth, Bert to Henry Faulds regarding a new publication that Wentworth is writing with a Prof. Wilder to update an older publication. Wentworth desires permission to use quotes of Faulds.; 1 page; DF 870; 1927/12/03

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-102; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Anderson, E. to Henry Faulds regarding a thanks for Faulds's letter and cheque for an article Faulds ordered from the British Museum.; 1 page; DF 870; 1928/04/19

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-103; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Barlow, Howard L. to Henry Faulds regarding obtaining copies of books by Braley, Galton, and 2 of Faulds's books, all of which are hard to find in the U. S. Barlow signed as Sergeant of L.A. Police Dept. Letterhead of IAI, California Division.;1 page; DF 870; 1928/06/17

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-104; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Anderson, John to Henry Faulds regarding acknowledgement of receipt of Faulds's letter to the Secretary of State, London.; 1 page; DF 870; 1928/07/19

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-105; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Cashmore, H. M. to Henry Faulds regarding acknowledgement of receipt of Faulds's request and a response next week. Letterhead of Birmingham Public Library, Ratcliff Place.; 1 page; DF 870; 1928/07/21

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-106; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Cashmore, H. M. to Henry Faulds regarding acknowledgement of receipt of Faulds's letter and an answer regarding Faulds's questions of previous letter(s). Mentions Stipendiaries Morton Brown and Lord Ilkeston. Letterhead of Birmingham Public Library, Ratcliff Place.; 1 page; DF 870; 1928/07/25

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-107; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Cooke, T. G. to Henry Faulds regarding complimentary subscriptions to the Finger Print and Identification Magazine and an enclosed gift copy of the souvenir program from the IAI Windsor, Canada convention, in which is Faulds's picture. Letterhead of the Finger Print Publishing Association.; 1 page; DF 870; 1928/07/31

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-108; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Anderson, John to Henry Faulds regarding acknowledgement of receipt of Faulds's letter to the Secretary of State, London.; 1 page; DF 870; 1928/08/15

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-109; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Anderson, E. to Henry Faulds regarding received letter, the contents of an Encyclopedia Britannica entry for "Fingerprints", and finding a "place in the press" for Faulds.; 1 leaf; DF 870; 1928/12/28

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-110; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Royle, Margaret (M. E. R.) to Henry Faulds regarding received letter and declining reprinting of Faulds's "Guide to Finger Print Identification" with suggestions of other potential publishers. Letterhead of The Police Review: Recognised Organ of the Police Service.; 1 page; DF 870; 1929/01/30

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-111; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Stewart, E. to Henry Faulds regarding duplication of 100 copies (no other information). Letterhead of "The University Typewriting Office", Glasgow.; 1 page; DF 870; 1929/03/20

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-112; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Nature (Magazine) to Henry Faulds regarding the return of enclosed letter Faulds sent to the magazine and regret it cannot be used. Letterhead of company.; 1 page; DF 870; 1929/03/26

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-113; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Archer (Deputy Assistant Commissioner) to "Sir" (assume Henry Faulds) regarding receipt of Faulds's letter and a decline for publication. Letterhead of Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis, New Scotland Yard.; 1 page; DF 870; 1929/09/24

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-114; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Cooke, T. G. to Henry Faulds regarding Faulds's health, Lord Byng's letter, and previous correspondence(s). Letterhead of Finger Print and Identification Magazine.; 1 page; DF 870; 1930/01/15

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-115; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Doepner, Herman J. to Walter Powell regarding Powell's correspondence as Librarian at Birmingham Public Libraries with Faulds, and if copies were available of said letters.; 1 page; DF 870; 1934/03/21

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-116; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Cashmore, H. M. to Herman J. Doepner regarding the archives lack of correspondence between Cashmore's predecessor, Walter Powell (who died in 1928), and Henry Faulds. Instead, copies of correspondence between Faulds and Cashmore are discussed. Enclosed: 5 letters (copies) between Faulds and Cashmore, July 20-30, 1928, regarding Stipendiary Court records.; 6 leaves; DF 870; 1934/04/09

Box 6; Folder 2; Item 006-117; Items 41-117--Scrapbook 2; Doepner, Herman J. to H. M. Cashmore regarding thanks for the April 9, 1934 letter and its enclosures.; 1 page; DF 870; 1934/05/15

Series 3) Doepner/Faulds--Manuscripts:

Box 7a; Folder 1; Item 007-001; fingerprints; "Guide to Finger-Print Identification"; A typewritten manuscript. "Obtained from Mr. Rupert Simms, Newcastle, Staffs. in 1931 at which time all of the unpublished notes, manuscripts, and published items, including books, etc. were purchased by Herman J. Doepner, St. Paul, Minn."; Faulds, Henry; 104 pages; DF 778; n.d.

Box 7a; Folder 2; Item 007-002; fingerprints; "Guide to Finger-Print Identification"; A typewritten manuscript, copy 2. "Obtained from Mr. Rupert Simms, Newcastle, Staffs. in 1931 at which time all of the unpublished notes, manuscripts, and published items, including books, etc. were purchased by Herman J. Doepner, St. Paul, Minn."; Faulds, Henry; 104 pages; DF 779; n.d.

Box 7a; Folder 3; Item 007-003; fingerprints; "Dactylography: A Study of the Science of Finger-Prints, There [sic] Uses and Classification"; Typewritten course with cut and glued photos. Correspondence (1934) between Doepner (purchaser) and Enos (author) in front of material.; Enos, C. Lloyd; 128 pages; DF 683; 1924

Box 7b; Folder 4; Item 007-004; sense of touch; "Chap. 8, Touch"; Handwritten chapter of unknown text plus marginal and end notes.; author n.a.; 15 pages; DF 685; n.d.

Box 7b; Folder 4; Item 007-005; fingerprint systems; "Modification and Extension to the Henry System"; Typewritten. Author listed under name as copyright holder and "Chief of the Bureau of Criminal Identification, Department of Justice".; Renoe, A. J.; 11 pages; DF 653; 1921

Box 7b; Folder 4; Item 007-006; Grice case; "Analysis of Fingerprint Evidence in the Grice Case"; Typewritten. Fingerprints as involved with the Court of Appeals of Texas case Grice v. State (1941). Author listed with "Fingerprint Research" as title.; Doepner, Herman J.; 17 pages; DF 954; n.d.

Box 7b; Folder 4; Item 007-007; Faulds; Typewritten pages on which Faulds's experiences, especially in the field of fingerprints, are listed. Written: his work from start to finish as well as quoted critiques. 2 copies.; 10 pages; DF 959; n.d.

Series 3) Doepner/Faulds--Notes:

Box 8; Folder 1; Item 008-001; "Notes (translations) on articles by Dr. Otto Schlaginhaufen."; Handwritten on notebook paper.; 5 pages; DF 590; n.d.

Box 8; Folder 1; Item 008-002; "Notes of Henry Faulds--found among his magazines, etc. HJD."; Handwritten notes on slices of reused notebook paper.; 6 leaves; DF 88; n.d.

Box 8; Folder 1; Item 008-003; Typed memo on the article "A System of Classification of Finger-prints" by J. G. Garson from The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, v.30, 1900.; 1 page; DF 126; 1929/11/14

Box 8; Folder 1; Item 008-004; Typed memo on the article "A System of Classification of Finger-prints" by J. G. Garson also appearing in the Report of the 70th Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, 1900.; 1 page; DF 124; 1929/11/22

Box 8; Folder 1; Item 008-005; Printed title page for "Was Sir E. R. Henry the Originator of the Finger Print System?" by Henry Faulds with handwritten notes.; 1 page; DF 610; n.d.

Box 8; Folder 1; Item 008-006; Printed handout containing an extract from Isis, v.4, no.12, 1922 in which Henry Faulds's work is discussed.; 1 page; DF 1033; n.d.

Box 8; Folder 1; Item 008-007; Printed "Works by Author" page of citations and reviews with handwritten notes.; 1 page; DF 592; n.d.

Box 8; Folder 1; Item 008-008; Typed memo on the article "Finger Prints of Young Children" by Francis Galton also appearing in the Report of the 69th Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, 1899.; 1 page; DF 111; 1929/11/22

Box 8; Folder 2; Item 008-009; "Extension page 12." Typewritten fingerprint characteristics excerpt.; 1 page; DF 564; n.d.

Box 8; Folder 2; Item 008-010; Typewritten trial summaries: Minn. Digest-Dunnell Sec. 3249, Morris et al vs. James McClary, Ambs v. Ry 46-266.; 1 page; DF 193; n.d.

Box 8; Folder 2; Item 008-011; Typewritten trial summary: Pinnet v. Russell 52-446.; 1 page; DF 191; n.d.

Box 8; Folder 2; Item 008-012; Typewritten notes. "Expatriation." Notes on Hoskins returning from Canada and the court's citizenship decisions afterwards. Article notes from "Can an Expatriate Return?", New York Times, 01/09/27.; 1 page; DF 192; n.d.

Box 8; Folder 2; Item 008-013; Typewritten notes. "Murders." Summary of New York Times article, 01/10/1927. "False Personation." Summary of New York Times articles, from 01/07/1927, 01/11/1927, and 01/05/1917(?), and a Times article, 01/12/1927.; 3 pages; DF 268; n.d.

Box 8; Folder 2; Item 008-014; Typewritten notes. "William Townsend/Robert J. McHenry" who had contradicting identity. Article Journal of Criminal Law, v. 9.; 1 page; DF 190; n.d.

Box 8; Folder 2; Item 008-015; Typewritten extract from an article in the May 1905 Strand Magazine on police using fingerprints (Cromwell is cited).; 1 page; DF 1163; n.d.

Box 8; Folder 2; Item 008-016; Typewritten extract from an article in the January 1907 Yorkshire Notes and Queries on identification of fingerprints (Cromwell is cited).; 1 page; DF 1162; n.d.

Box 8; Folder 2; Item 008-017; A pamphlet jacket from Faulds's book which instead holds two newspaper clippings with no source data. Initialed and dated, but unknown what either represent. Articles: 1) "Ghost Departs", author n.a., a child is sent away from a household and manifestations stop. 2) "Telepathy is a Myth", Arthur Lynch, A discussion of science, origins, and arguments of telepathy.; 2 leaves; DF n.a.; n.d.

Box 8; Folder 3; Fingerprint guide on 4x6 paper, whereas fingerprint shapes are cataloged alphabetically. Separated by cardboard alpha-dividers holding scratched out addresses.; DF 682; n.d.

Box 8; Folder 4; Bound notebook. Handwritten notes, to-do lists, loose typed notes, and glued in materials, including clippings. Mostly on fingerprints.; DF 565; n.d.

Box 8; Folder 5; Bound notebook. Handwritten notes and glued in materials, including clippings. Many clippings are Faulds's letters to the editor(s) on various topics, such as politics, socialism, etc.; DF 635; n.d.

Box 8; Folder 6; Bound notebook. Handwritten notes on fingerprints and people in the field. Typewritten, glued notes and clippings on Purkenje's classification system.; DF 799-2; n.d.

Box 8; Folder 7; Bound notebook. Handwritten "Jubilee Notes" regarding recognition of his work and related topics, and two small clippings regarding fingerprint identification.; DF 597; n.d.

Box 9; Folder 1; Bound notebook. Handwritten notes and a letter from E. Anderson. Half the pages are blank.; DF 638; n.d.

Box 9; Folder 2; Bound notebook. Handwritten notes and clippings about primates. Front full, middle blank, notes continue in back.; DF 566; n.d.

Box 9; Folder 3; Loose leaves of various sizes, textures, and shapes in cloth cover. Contains handwritten notes, various publication clippings, etc. "General notes" written on outer envelope.; DF n.a.; n.d.

Box 9; Folder 4; Loose leaves of various sizes, textures, and shapes in paper cover. Contains handwritten notes, various clippings, ink spot cards, and a collection of quotes.; DF n.a.; n.d.

Box 9; Folder 5; Loose leaves of various sizes, textures, and shapes in paper cover. Contains handwritten notes, clippings, and a letter from Elliot Coliffis (?) on Grand Union Hotel stationary.; DF 648; n.d.

Box 9; Folder 6; Scrapbook. Handwritten notes on various sized paper glued into book. Notes discuss facial features and fingerprints identification and publications on fingerprints. Various clippings. Sketches of fingerprint characteristics, etc.; DF 871; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-001; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 1; "Guide to Finger-print Identification"; Full page advertisement for Faulds's publication, discussing the functionality and handling of fingerprint identification; no pub info; DF 654; 1905/09/01

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-002; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 2; "Fatal Fingerprints: Dangers of the Police System"; Discusses portions of Faulds's publication, "Guide to Finger-print Identification", especially the issue of having less than ten fingerprints on record. Reference to another publication is handwritten underneath clipping.; Standard; DF 654; 1905/08/09

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-003; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 2; "Guide to Fingerprint Identification"; Short advertisement discussing Henry Faulds's publication, which addresses working to have a truthful fingerprint identification system.; Dundee Advertiser; DF 654; 1905/09/14

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-004; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 2; "Finger Prints: Interesting Facts of Year's Police Work"; Discusses the high value of criminals' fingerprints in London, and compares conviction results to those of anthropometrical methods.; B. G. or Birmingham Gazette and Express; DF 654; 1905/09/21

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-005; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 3; "Guide to Finger-print Identification"; Discusses the success of fingerprint indentification and speaks about Mr. Faulds's recommendation for experts to practice finger-print identification. A review of Faulds's publication.; The Scotsman; DF 654; 1905/09/14

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-006; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 3; "Paris Hoaxed by 'Agrach': Polyglot Youth Exposed as a Tyrolese Malefactor"; Reports that fingerprint identity reveals a man, with a fake Agrach-French language, committed a crime. Bertillon proved the man's identity.; Daily Express; DF 654; 1905/09/23

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-007; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 3-4; "What the Fingers Tell"; A long article which defends Faulds and reviews his publication, "Guide to Finger-print Identification" which discusses the evidence of fingerprint identification in trial, using advanced fingerprinting skill when determining a prisoner's future, and states methods for fingerprint study, or dactylography.; by Tighe Hopkins, Daily Chronicle; DF 654; 1905/09/30

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-008; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 4; no title; Discusses the evolution of glove-use by burglars to hide fingerprints. Discusses that fingerprints cannot be permanently changed, and other fingerprint topics pulled from a Faulds publication.; Yorkshire Daily Observer; DF 654; 1905/10/05

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-009; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 4; "Finger Print Evidence: Missing Clue in Merstham Mystery"; Dr. J. G. Garson gave a lecture addressing fingerprint evidence to the Medico-Legal Society.; The Daily News; DF 654; 1905/10/11

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-010; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 4; "Finger-Prints"; Discusses the volume titled "Guide to Finger-Print Identification" on Mr. Henry Faulds's finger-print system.; Westminster Gazette, Oct. 17 of unspecified year.; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-011; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 4; no title; Discusses the evolution of glove-use by burglars to hide fingerprints. Discusses that fingerprints cannot be permanently changed, and other fingerprint topics pulled from a Faulds publication. Different source pub. but same article content as item [010-008].; Bradford Observer, Oct. 5 of unspecified year.; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-012; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 5; "Photographs by Wire"; Henry Faulds responds to a news piece addressing sending photos by wire, Dr. Korn's improvements to the technique, and Faulds's own publication.; Birmingham Gazette and Express; DF 654; 1905/28/10

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-013; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 5-6; " Finger-Print Identification"; A book review of Faulds's publication, "Guide to Finger-print Identification". The author states Faulds is only the first to have printed communication on fingerprint use, while W. Herschel is the first to officially use them. Discusses Mr. Faulds's absence in supporting the importance of fingerprint identification with strong evidence and only opinion, and announces Dr. Faulds's book as biased. Mentions other literature on fingerprinting, talks about the use of fingerprints in Asian countries, and proper print decipherment.; by F. G., Supplement to Nature, v. 72, no. 1877; DF 654; 1905/10/19

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-014; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 6-7; " Identification by Finger-Prints"; A book review of Faulds's publication "Guide to Finger-print Identification" in which the author discusses the lack of content and questions Faulds's authority, as Faulds has not published is own system. The author appears opposed to Faulds's claim in "Nature" stating he deserves the credit that has been titled to Sir. W.J. Herschel, Francis Galton, and Bertillon.; The Times; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-015; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 7; "Nature. Notes." Questions Mr. Faulds's method of classifying fingerprints stated in "Nature" because there is no published description of this method.; copied from Nature, Nov. 2 of unspecified year.; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-016; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 7; "Proof by Fingers"; Discusses giving credit to Henry Faulds's claim of being the first to mention the fingerprint identification method. The author references and examples Faulds's publication "Guide to Finger-print Identification" while discussing fingerprint identification.; by T.H. The Law Times; DF 654; 1905/10/28

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-017; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; "Page 8; ""Law Societies. Medico-Legal Society. Finger-Print Evidence.""; Discusses Dr. J. G. Garson lecturing the classifying parts found in the creases of the palm and fingers being the arch, loop, whorl, and composite.; The Law Times; DF 654"; 1905/10/28

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-018; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 8; "Library Table."; A summary of Faulds's publication "Guide to Finger-print Identification".; The Lancet; DF 654; 1905/12/16

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-019; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 8; "Finger-Print Clues: Interesting Trial at the City Sessions. Evidence of Experts."; Discusses the Dennis Kennedy and George Eccles case on attempted robbery where fingerprints were used as evidence.; B. G. E. or Birmingham Gazette and Express; DF 654; 1905/11/08

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-020; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 9; "First Court. Finger-Print Evidence."; Describes fingerprint evidence used in the court case regarding Dennis Kennedy's attempt at housebreaking.; Birmingham Post; DF 654; 1905/11/08

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-021; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 9; "Expert Evidence."; Discusses experts' work on Dennis Kennedy's fingerprint identification.; no pub info; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-022; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 9; no title; Fingerprints were used for identification which was used as evidence for the first time in Birmingham. Jury told to treat print evidence like that of handwriting expert evidence. Kennedy was found guilty and sentenced to eighteen months.; B.G. or Birmingham Gazette and Express; DF 654; 1905/11/09

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-023; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 9; "Finger-Print Proof: Convincing a Birmingham Jury. Policeman Praised."; Discusses the Eccles and Kennedy trial, jury to regard fingerprint testimony like that of handwriting, the verdict, and the clear evidence given by Police-constable Shaw.; B. G. or Birmingham Gazette and Express; DF 654; 1905/11/09

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-024; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 9; "Birmingham Quarter Sessions. Finger-Print Case: Prisoners Found Guilty."; States that the Eccles and Kennedy housebreaking was planned burglary, discusses the use of fingerprints as evidence, and lists verdict.; The B. D. P. or Birmingham Daily Post; DF 654; 1905/11/09

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-025; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 9; no title; Short summary about Faulds's "Guide to Finger Print Identification".; Liverpool Courier; DF 654; 1906/02/02

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-026; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 9; no title; A question and answer section which states the permanence of thumbprints was shown in 1823 by J. E. Purkinje, whose work was later taken up by 'Bewick', Galton, and Herschel. Handwritten notes underneath on clipping acquisition. Ithaca Journal-News; DF 654; 1923/08/07

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-027; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 10; "Reviews."; A review of Faulds's publication "Guide to Finger-print Identification" which includes details on dactylography.; The Hong Kong Daily Press; DF 654; 1905/11/ 11

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-028; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 10; no title; A review of Faulds's publication "Guide to Finger-print Identification".; The Law Magazine and Review Quarterly; DF 654; 1906/02

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-029; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 10; "Magistrate and Finger-prints."; Discusses Mr. Gillespie's opinion on the most valuable evidence being finger-marks in the housebreaking case of Crosswaite, Reed, and Walsh.; Tribune; DF 654; 1906/08/01

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-030; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 10; "Footprints and Fingerprints."; Discusses recording a set of fingerprints in a card index system and having a card-sorting machine.; D. D. or Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1920/05/24

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-031; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 11; "Thumb Prints With Signature May Avert Check Forgery"; Discusses how Mrs. Myrtle Bowman Hayes forged Charles M. Schwab's name on a $25,000 note. It also discusses the highly organized crooks in New York, women who were easily tricked by swindlers and blackmailers, and suggests use of thumbprints with signatures.; by June Haddaway, The Ithaca Journal-News; DF 654; 1923/05/19

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-032; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 11; "Latter-day Criminals Reviewed. Blackmail Horrors."; Discusses a book on the subject of crime and criminals, blackmailers in Australia, other societies of offenders. Mentions the use of fingerprints for identification/ownership, Francis Galton, and E.R. Henry's book.; by T. F. Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1923/05/04

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-033; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 12; "Prisoner's Dash Under Train. Daring Escape From Warders."; Christopher Francis Pitman, charged with burglary, escaped the warders at Landore station. His fingerprints were in evidence, and had helped lead to his arrest.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1923/07/17

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-034; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 12; "Told by Finger-Prints."; Thomas Harvey refused to be fingerprinted after trespassing. When they were taken, 66 convictions were found against him.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1923/07-09

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-035; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 12; "Identifying Cows by Nose-Prints"; To avoid substitutions, identity, or property disputes, farmers plan to nose-print the cows, which have yet to repeat pattern. The University of Minnesota is testing the method in their Division of Dairy Husbandry.; The Literary Digest; DF 654; 1922/11/11

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-036; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 13; "How to Read Finger Prints"; Dr. Garson specifically describes the fingerprint science, including classification of arches, loops, and whorls. Full page article with illustrations and a short introductory author biography. Fragile foldout.; by J. G. Garson, Daily Express; DF 654; 1905/07/20

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-037; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 14-16; no title; Discusses the prevention of 'unknown dead' by creating a law that will require everyone to be fingerprinted, as they do not change overtime. Wearing gloves, though hard to work in, can prevent finding fingerprints. Describes a burglary and the accused being John Proctor and Samuel Reubin, in which a palmprint was evidence. Discusses the markings of the whorls, loops, and ridges on the fingertips and hands of laborers, etc.; Philadelphia Ledger; DF 654; 1922/11/05

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-038; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; page 16; no title; A photo clipping of a man in a king's attire.; Macclesfield Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1920/08/12

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-039; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 17; "Baby's Finger-Prints"; Fingerprinting babies to keep their identity safe. Suggests that fingerprinting preserves and confirms someone's identity in situations of frauds and impostors. Describes example cases. Calls Herschel the originator, and mentions Galton, E.R. Henry, and Bertillon.; by Vincent Wray, Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1925/02/03

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-040; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 17; "A Pioneer of Finger-Print Identification. Death of Dr. Henry Faulds."; Obituary stating Dr. Faulds was known for pioneering fingerprint identification. Also mentions his publications and his testimony as fingerprint expert in the 'Mask murders' trial at the Old Bailey in 1905.; Birmingham Post; DF 654; 1930/03/20

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-041; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 17; "Dr. Henry Faulds"; Henry Faulds's obituary. Mentions work as a doctor, work with fingerprints, and his IAI membership.; The Times; DF 654; 1930/03/20

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-042; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 18; "Haunted Room Mystery. Knocks that Made House Shake."; Discusses a house in St. Helens and the mysterious occurrences of noise and movement of items. The house had been looked over by a spiritualist and was being investigated by the police.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1923/08/24

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-043; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 18; "Betrayed by Pores." ; Discusses the importance of pores to fingerprints for investigation, especially the 'poroscopy' of Edmond Locard.; no pub info; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-044; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 18; "Finger-Print Clues. Jury Unconvinced by 13 Points of Identity."; Fingerprints of Wilson Whitworth were identified on a shop's window and he was charged with shop breaking. Discusses 13 points of similar identity found between prints.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1924/11/01

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-045; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 18; "Anderson College: Finger-Print Identification"; Mrs. J.B. Kidston presented successful students awards for winter semester. Professor Archibald Young received a monograph from Henry Faulds, previous graduate of the College. This prompted Young to suggest sending congratulations to Faulds, then over 80 years old, for his work in fingerprinting.; The J. Herald; DF 654; 1924/03/15

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-046; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 19; "Finger Prints in Paint. Suggestion That They Might Definitely Settle Authenticity."; Discusses that if fingerprints could be found in the paint of masterpieces, identifying paintings with the artist would be enough proof for questionable pieces. Idea arose from questions about Rembrandt pieces discussed in a publication by 'Mr. [Dr.] Van Dyke' .; letter to the editor from Arthur H. Bridge, New York Herald, October 20 of unspecified year; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-047; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 19; "2 Haunted Houses. Mansion's Legend of Terror."; Discusses a haunted house built in Queen Elizabeth's time, and owned by the Earl of Devon. A nun was believed to be placed alive in a walled coffin. Some state they have heard and seen the ghosts of the nun and the man chasing her.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1923/08/25

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-048; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 20; "Restless Spirit. Thatto Heath Mystery to be Investigated."; The 'haunted' house at Thatto Heath, St. Helens was looked at by spiritualists. It was said to be a harmless matter and could be treated by mediums. This type of occurrence termed 'psychical' phenomena.; no pub info; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-049; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 20; "Declaration of Faith. Tombstone Inscription for Spiritualist."; As stated in the will of Mr. Harry Augustus Kersey, he desired a Spiritualist tombstone inscription, service, and location of burial. He had an appreciation for Spiritualists. ; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1923/08/06

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-050; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 21; "Two Fall in Pistol Fusillade at Hotel: Thomas Gillen, Escaped Convict, Near Death in Bellevue. Assailant Charges 'Squeal.' Police Fail to Catch Two Women Who Fled During Duel."; A duel shooting brought attention to an escaped convict, Thomas "Eggie" Gillen, and put him back into custody. Police learned he had attempted to remove his distinguishing tattoo via cutting it off and covering it with new skin, but his fingerprints and criminal actions led to his arrest after escape.; no pub info; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-051; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 22; "Finger Prints for Paintings. A Means of Determining the Authenticity of Famous Pictures." ; Painters should fingerprint their work so others can detect if paintings are genuine.; letter to the editor from Alfred H. Saunders, New York Herald, October 10 of unspecified year; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-052; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 22; "The Police International."; Discusses the new bureau's creation and methods for processing criminals, including that of fingerprints.; P. R.; DF 654; 1923/09/28

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-053; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 22; "How We Repay Talent."; Discusses the Civil List award, which is monetary and notable recognition for citizens who have helped the country by performing forms of important work in various areas, including science and education.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1920/04/14

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-054; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 22; "Twin Voters. Likeness That Led to Police Being Called."; A twin brother was forbidden to vote when a poll clerk confused him for his brother who had already voted.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1929/06/01

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-055; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 23; "Honours Committee."; Discusses a committee of three Privy Councillors.; no pub info; DF 654; 1923/06

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-056; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 23; "Rewards for Discoveries"; Discusses the committee of the British Science Guild, the British Medical Association, rewarding those who make discoveries, and from where the funding comes. Handwritten article transcription.; by W. M. Bayliss, Nature; DF 654; 1923/02/10

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-057; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 24; "Fingerprints."; Suggests that "the application of identification by fingerprint is modern" rather than the discovery of fingerprints in general being a contemporary issue. Mentions Galton and Herschel as the founders of the system.; by Bassett Digby, Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1924/06/27

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-058; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 24; "Gilbert and Sullivan. Why Amateurs Select the Operas." and "Finger-Print Identification."; Letters to the editor. In the first letter, it is suggested that amateurs choose the operas of Gilbert and Sullivan because of the music's beauty. In the second letter, Henry Faulds discusses the application and discovery of fingerprints is modern on which one may find more information in his Manual of Dactylography, which is a response to item [010-057].; letters to the editor from Edward Hope and Henry Faulds, Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1924/06/30

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-059; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 25; "Teaching of Science."; Discusses the teaching of science and the role of scientific work of Britons. Clipping continues into a section called "Finger Prints." where Henry Faulds is used as an example of "failing" to credit scientific work. It states how he discovered and first explained fingerprint identity rather than the other people who received credit for it.; Medical World; DF 654; 1929/05/09

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-060; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 25; "Apache Chief's Letter Signed by Thumb Print"; Describes how an Apache Chief used a thumb print signature on a government document, and how this form of signature is accepted when natives cannot speak or write English.; Special dispatch to The New York Herald; DF 654; 1923/08/20

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-061; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 26; "First Finger-Prints System Invented by Englishmen: Dr. Henry Faulds and His Gift to the World"; The publication corrects the mistake of giving Alphonse Bertillon credit for the fingerprinting identification rather than Henry Faulds. Also discusses the differences between Faulds's and Herschel's work, suggesting how they could be joined by name. See item [010-134] for possible article date.; Children's Newspaper; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-062; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 26; " 'Monomark' For All. A New Method of Communication."; The "Monomark" system, in which codes of numbers and letters are used to represent individuals for identification purposes, could be used in the commercial or social community.; S. J.; DF 654; 1925/04/12

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-063; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 26; "Ghost Myth. Denial of Haunted House Story."; Quotes Hon. R. H. Bertie discussing that no ghosts were seen or heard in his home.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1923/08/29

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-064; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 27; "Finger Print Expert."; Henry Faulds's obituary. Mentions work as a doctor, work with fingerprints, and his IAI membership.; Yorkshire Post; DF 654; 1930/03/20

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-065; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 27; "The Late Dr. Faulds. Tribute to His Remarkable Work."; Personal appreciation for Dr. Faulds's work, including his lectures at the YMCA on Psychology and the transcribing of Faulds's autobiography.; letter to the editor from Carey Ellis, Evening Sentinel; DF 654; 1930/03/21

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-066; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 27; "Fingerprint Expert: Death of Pioneer of Identification System"; Obituary stating Dr. Faulds was known for pioneering fingerprint identification. Also mentions his publications and his testimony as fingerprint expert in a trial of 1905.; Daily Herald; DF 654; 1930/03/21, 1930/03/25

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-067; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 27; "Dr. Henry Faulds"; Brief obituary for Faulds.; Daily Telegraph; DF 654; 1930/03/20

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-068; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 28; "Dr. Henry Faulds."; Obituary stating Dr. Faulds was known for pioneering fingerprint identification. Also mentions his publications and his testimony as fingerprint expert in the 'Mask murders' trial at the Old Bailey in 1905.; Manchester Guardian; DF 654; 1930/03/20

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-069; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 28; "Dr. H. Faulds"; Obituary of Dr. Faulds stating his fingerprint work and publications.; Morning Post; DF 654; 1930/03/20

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-070; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 28; "Dr. Henry Faulds"; Henry Faulds's obituary. Mentions work as a doctor, work with fingerprints, and his IAI membership.; The Times; DF 654; 1930/03/20

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-071; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 29; "Reprieve for Fratson. Bid to Be Made for His Release. Effort to Reopen Case."; A reprieve was sought for George Fratson, who was sentenced to death for murder of George Armstrong, an elderly shop owner. Thumbprint evidence was used, and claimed to be the case-winner.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1929/08/12

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-072; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 29; "Reprieve Sought for Fratson. Counsel and Solicitor at Home Office."; A reprieve was sought for George Fratson, who was sentenced to death for murder of George Armstrong, an elderly shop owner. Thumbprint evidence was used, and claimed to be the case-winner.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1929/08/08

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-073; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 30; "Fratson Petition."; A reprieve was sought for George Fratson, who was sentenced to death for murder of George Armstrong, an elderly shop owner. Thumbprint evidence was used and claimed to be the case-winner, however, if the print was truly Fratson's was suspect.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1929/08/05

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-074; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 30; "Pardon Sought for Fratson. Question to Be Asked in the Commons."; A pardon was sought for George Fratson, who was sentenced to death for murder of George Armstrong, an elderly shop owner. Thumbprint evidence was used and claimed to be the case-winner, however, if the print was truly Fratson's was suspect; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1929/08/13

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-075; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 30; "Fratson Petition. Home Office Discussion of Blood Marks."; Discusses the George Fratson case, and the evidence that was presented. Fratson confessed to the crime wrongfully, and the thumbprint evidence that was found at the scene and used in court is said not to match proving his innocence.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1929/08/09

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-076; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 31; "Fratson's Future. Free Pardon Not Expected at Present."; A pardon is not expected for George Fratson, sentenced to death for murder, even though his counsel and solicitor have been fighting hard for his life. However, a reprieve was granted by Home Office.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1929/08/14

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-077; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 32; "A Simpler Alphabet."; Discusses a revision of the English alphabet increasing from twenty-six to forty-two letters. This is proposed by Professor Godfrey Dewey of Harvard University. He believes that one symbol for several sounds is not adequate. Mentions the phonetic alphabet as an influence, and other languages use of letters. Is taped to a page with handwritten notes.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1926/12/22

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-078; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 33; no title; Handwritten notes pertaining to item [010-077], in which a new alphabet is suggested by Professor Godfrey Dewey.; no pub info; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-079; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 34 (front of added page); "Creosote Wire-Cutting Clues."; Tells about Augustine Hennessey, a seaman, found guilty for cutting railway telegraph poles and signal wires. Stains on his hands and clothing, as well as other evidence, was used in the trial.; Daily Dispatch, April 20 of unspecified year; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-080; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 34 (front of added page); "Clues in Wire-Cutting Charge"; City analyst states that found matter on Augustine Kennessy's hand shows he had handled pine wood covered with creosote.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1921/06/11

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-081; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 34 (front of added page); "Thief-Proof Motor-Car: An Invincible Lock"; Describes a new motor lock for vehicles controlled by a foot lever. The system locks eleven areas of the car when triggered to prevent a stolen car or its parts.; no pub info; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-082; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 34 (front of added page); "Mystery Sailor: Finger-Print Experts at Work."; Describes fingerprinting will lead to identifying a young sailor who cannot recollect his own identity. Handwritten note: I wrote to "officer" TC [?] but no reply 27/4/1919.; Daily Herald; DF 654; 1919/04/02

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-083; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 34 (front of added page); no title; Expresses the boredom of police court proceedings. Handwritten note: Jane Doe.; no pub info; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-084; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 34 (front of added page); "Great Thing Done for Children"; An obituary for Mr. Courtenay Lord which discusses his accomplishments. He made special Children's Courts to protect children who commit small crimes from becoming life-long criminals. This helps children across the world.; no pub info; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-085; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 34 (front of added page); "Criminals Nailed. Finger Tip Photos as a Means of Identification. From Our Own Correspondent."; Dr. Declere has a new technique for identification, which uses X-rays and chemicals to make images of finger bones and nails. The technique might be used for victims who drown.; no pub info; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-086; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 34 (front of added page); "A Finger-Print Clue: Mystery Man Sent Back to Scotland."; Richard Isherwood (Richard Earl Wood) was charged with fraud. It is suspected his real name is Solomon Nuttall. At first he tried to prevent it, but his fingerprints were taken to reveal multiple previous convictions.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1920/03/17

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-087; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 34 (front of added page); "Jekyll and Hyde. Rascal of Probably a Hundred Frauds."; Albert Henry Percy's deceptive and fraudulent actions led a detective to call him a Jekyll and Hyde. He was sentenced to hard labor.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1921/06/22

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-088; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 34 (front of added page); "River Pests." Describes a police operation that trapped blackmailers on the Thames.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1921/08/02

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-089; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 34 (front of added page); "Fishing by Telephone."; Discovery of fish giving off sound as they move prompted Norwegian fishermen's idea using a microphone and telephone receiver to detect fish.; no pub info; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-090; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 34 (front of added page); "70-Year-Old Woman's Life Sentence. Better That She Should Not Have Her Liberty."; Discusses Vera Bertha Joachim's recent conviction of murder, as well as her criminal past.; H. W. [?]; DF 654; 1921/07/16

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-091; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 35 (back of added page); "The Eastern Criminal"; States that crime in the East is more complex to solve, and compares aspects to that of the West. Mention of the use of fingerprints and footprints.; by H. L. A., Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1920/11/30

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-092; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 35 (back of added page); "Ancient Hindoo Law"; With Sir C.A. Turner presiding, a paper was read at the Imperial Institute which compared previous laws of Manu to modern laws and judicial practices.; date is unclear, Weekly Times; DF 654; 1893/06/23

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-093; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 35 (back of added page); "Novel Chinese Suggestions for Safe Motoring"; News dispatch about various automobile regulations suggested by the Health Precautionary Association, a board composed of reputable Shanghai Chinese.; Reuter, Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1921/09/07

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-094; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 35 (back of added page); "Truth and Reason"; States that a man who chooses to be clergy should not be ashamed, as it is an essential position. Society is educated enough to be versed in the "truth" of modern scientific knowledge, including evolution--but this will not necessarily negatively impact spiritual beliefs. "Religious experience" is said to be a "normal and healthy activity of the human mind" and thus, is not in danger.; by Dean Inge, Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1921/08/26

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-095; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 35 (back of added page); "Forthcoming Assizes"; Lists the judges and dates for the northern, Wales, and Chester circuit assizes.; no pub info; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-096; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 35 (back of added page); no title; A picture and description of a new Japanese item that is said to determine, through merely holding the device over clothing, the sex of the owners.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1921/09/02

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-097; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 35 (back of added page); "Perambulating Pictures"; Describes the tattoo on the back of Mr. Jack Gould and what it cost him.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1921/09/07

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-098; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 35 (back of added page); no title; A short quote from Judge Byrn Roberts directed towards a witness at Bangor.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1921/09/07

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-099; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 35 (back of added page); "People Detected at 506 Yards' Range"; Samuel O. Hoffman, an inventor, claims to have discovered a way to see in the dark using his new instrument. It supposedly shows how many people are present, what they are doing, and enables differentiation between man or animal.; reported from a special correspondent in New York, Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1921/09/30

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-100; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 36 (front of added page); "Identity Puzzles."; Discusses identification methods that are questionable and fallible when based on clothing or mannerisms. This occurred with the "river Seine" tragedy, the "Sinn Fein" attack on the Dublin Custom House, and other incidents.; by a "magistrates' clerk", Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1921/09/01

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-101; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 36 (front of added page); "Hanged Man's Prophecy Fulfilled."; Discusses the 100 year anniversary of the John Newton Davies hanging in Montgomeryshire and the prophecy he made about his grave that was based on his innocence in a robbery case. Also mentions stories of those who tried to interfere.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1921/09/28

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-102; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 36 (front of added page); "Tale of a Grave."; People continue to visit John Newton Davies's grave looking for growing grass.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1921/10/01

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-103; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 36 (front of added page); "Polish Sherlock Holmes. Lenin Tricked with 'Forged' Secrets. Credulity Shown Up."; Myslowsky, a Polish lieutenant, tricked the Bolsheviks by sending out fake 'secret' documents.; Reuter, Paris, Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1921/09/26

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-104; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 36 (front of added page); "Finger-Prints Test"; A man named John was found in Salford, and denied being a criminal even though his fingerprints said otherwise. A trial at the Sessions will be held.; no pub info; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-105; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 36 (front of added page); "Daylight Robbers in a Funk. Mishap to Raider Leads to General Flight"; Robbers disguise themselves as workmen and tried to rob an Everton sub-post office. A small crowd watched as one robber became pinned under the safe, the others freed him and fled.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1921/10/01

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-106; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 36 (front of added page); "Newcastle Police Educational Classes. Presentation to Chief Constable."; A set of "Police Education" courses instructed by William Forster, Chief Constable of the Newcastle borough, began in May 1920 and has continued since. Recently, the current class members presented Forster with books containing inscriptions.; S. S.; DF 654; 1921/09/28

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-107; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 37 (front of added page); "New Types Going To Gaol. Pleasure & Spending. The Motor Desperado and His Craft."; Discusses new types of criminals and the types of crime in which they engage. Many are respectable people, including women, who turn to crime for enjoyment, recreation, or money. Governors of Durham and Wandsworth give testimony, and statistics are listed.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1921/11/05

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-108; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 37 (front of added page); "The Lure of Luxury"; Respectable, educated people were led into crime by the allure of money.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1921/11/05

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-109; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 37 (front of added page); "Blood-Hounds in Burglar Hunt"; A four day search ended in an arrest of Roland Yorke for burglaries at homes and businesses in Habton and Kirbymisperton. He was brought before the Norton magistrates and handed to the Pickering police.; Daily Dispatch, October 19th of unspecified year; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-110; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 38 (front of added page); "Medico Legal Point."; Advice from an "ex-police surgeon" regarding a previous article in the publication which pertains to prosecution of a woman for manslaughter in the death of her newborn without having the body as evidence.; Medical World; DF 654; 1921/12/08

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-111; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 38 (front of added page); "Staged Murders."; Describes staged murder scenes that are arranged for Criminal Investigation students. The students are permitted to stay for 3 minutes in the room and then leave. For the next 30 minutes, they must recall everything detail they can remember of the scene. Also, occasionally students are placed in staged social situations with many characters and asked to remember specific people and their actions.; by G. B., Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1921/08/15

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-112; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 38 (front of added page); "Misers and Kleptomaniacs."; Discusses aspects of "The Instinct of Acquisition" associated with mental elements of pathology, specifically mentioning 2 manias.; "British assn. at Edinburgh" written at the top; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-113; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 38 (front of added page); "Last Minute Wisdom. Lord Chancellor's Hat-in-Hand Address to Magistrates."; The Lord Chancellor in London gave advice to magistrates attending a meeting of the Magistrates' Association, of which Lord Haldane was president. He discussed patience when hearing evidence and the prison system. Over 500 people attended.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1921/10/29

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-114; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 38 (front of added page); d. "Prison Warder with Five Convictions."; Discusses a man who held jobs as a porter and a prison warder, whose employers fired him for neglect of duty in both positions. All the while, no one realized his extensive criminal background.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1921/09/09

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-115; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 38 (front of added page); "Police Court Justice." Informs that there are problems within the justice system regarding the principles of punishments/sentencing, and agreement in severity between magistrates. Calls for corrective action.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1921/10/29

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-116; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 38 (front of added page); "Why We Fear the Dark."; Discusses an article in the St. Mary's Hospital Gazette which regards the body's physical functions when one feels fear.; Nov. 5th of unspecified year, Daily Dispatch; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-117; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 38 (back of added page); "Soot Clue on the Hearth. Tickled Feet of Man Up the Chimney"; Emma Thornton's house was entered while she was away by a man later identified as Joseph Bacon. He was sent to trial for two charges of housebreaking.; no pub info; DF 654; 1921/10/18

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-118; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 38 (back of added page); "Two Skeletons of a Remote Age. Sceptical Coroner's Verdict. Crouching Burials."; Skeletons found at Craigie Lodge, Isle of Wight, were declared ancient remains by the coroner Francis Joyce, but Dr. Bassano disagrees. Also discusses other bones found in the area.; no pub info; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-119; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 38 (back of added page); "Two Skeletons Mystery. Doctor's Suspicions of Foul Play. Experts Disagree. How Long Were Bones in the Earth?"; Dr. Bassano believes that the bones found at Cragie Lodge are only 20-30 years old. Bassano then discusses the possible age when death occurred and causes. Others join on speculations.; Daily Dispatch; DF 654; 1921/10/19

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-120; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 38 (back of added page); "Inquest on Bones To-day. More Relics Found in the Garden. Police Diffidence."; More bones were found at Craigie Lodge to add to those already found recently. Police believe the bones to be ancient and don't propose an examination of them, though an inquest will be performed.; no pub info; DF 654; 1921/10/18

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-121; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 39-42; "How to Read Finger Prints"; Dr. Garson specifically describes the fingerprint science, including classification of arches, loops, and whorls. Full page article with illustrations and a short introductory author biography. This is a copy of page 13, item [010-036], only it is cut to fit the page(s) instead of the full issue.; by J. G. Garson, Daily Express; DF 654; 1905/20/07

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-122; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Page 42; "L20 Prize for Readers."; Solicits a competition where readers judge and reason their way through a murder mystery scenario held in connection with the newspaper's new serial story "Finger Prints of Fate". Winner receives prize from the editor for the best solution, and if there are similar answers, solutions must include specific deductions/reasoning.; no pub info; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-123; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Small insert page 11; "Identity Discs For All. Coroner's Suggestion at Inquest on Unknown Poison Victim."; Discusses a case where experts were unable to identify a poisoned man at Oldham Station, thus a coroner suggests that people should carry their identification information at all times. Handwritten note: "man found to be an architect".; Dy Sketch; DF 654; 1922/01/31

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-124; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Small insert page 11; no title; A brief that discusses how Dr. Henry Faulds is listed as the inventor of fingerprint science in "The 'Finger Print Magazine,' in an article on dactylography,; S. S.; DF 654; 1922/01/30

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-125; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Small insert page 11; "At Pistol's Point. A Driver's Pluck Spoils Well-Planned Burglary. From Our Own Correspondent."; A driver for Macclesfield Silk Society's Mill was held up by five armed men, but he was able to avert any real harm.; May 28th of unspecified year, Weekly Dispatch; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-126; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Small insert page 11; ""Wrong Child. Strange Mistake By Parents of Murdered Girl. 'Weekly Dispatch' Cable."; A mystery concerning a missing child. A cyclist found a mutilated body in Goas-al-Ludu, though it had not been there previously. Several weeks before the Picard family lost and then found their daughter again, and though the didn't recognize her attributes, she was kept.; May 28th of unspecified year, Weekly Dispatch; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-127; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Small insert page 11; "Penny Wise or Pound"; A brief commentary about a Scotsman's actions, which the author finds admirable.; by Diogenes, no pub info; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-128; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Small insert page 12; "Baby Finger-Prints. U. S. Plan to Make Records Compulsory. From Our Own Correspondent."; Discusses Dr. Royal S. Copeland's recommendation of fingerprinting new-born babies to protect their identity for their life span, and a description of the processes performed by an Bertillon expert at a local hospital.; D. M.; DF 654; 1922/06/21

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-129; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Small insert page 12; no title; Handwritten transcription of an article in a separate publication, but pertaining to the same date and topic of item [010-128], such as children, fingerprints, and Dr. Copeland.; Central News; DF 654; 1922/06/21

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-130; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Small insert page 12; "Ziegfeld to Finger Print 'Follies' Girls: Also Urges Law to Protect Against Impostors."; Members of the "Follies" and "Sally" theatrical companies are to have identity cards with their passport photo and their fingerprints.; no pub info; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-131; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Small insert page 12; "Fingerprint Experts Plan State System: Would Make Rogues' Gallery Records Uniform."; Discusses a conference of fingerprint experts who met at Sing Sing to review methods that would allow identification records of State prison departments to be easily accessible when needed.; no pub info; DF 654; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-132; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Small insert page 13; "Took Dead Man's Boots. Identity Puzzle Through Changed Footwear."; States that Albert O'Donnell was sentenced to three weeks in prison with hard labor for stealing a pair of boots from the drowned body of Albert Lambert.; D. M.; DF 654; 1922/04/25

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-133; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Small insert page 13; "Removal of Tattooing."; A summary of the publication by P. Cattani, in which he reviews thirteen procedures to remove a tattoo, of which Wederhake technique is listed as the most effective with less pain. The Variot technique is also mentioned.; Medical World; DF 654; 1923/04/27

Box 10a; Folder 1; Item 010-134; Items 1-134--Clippings Scrapbook; Small insert page 14; "First Finger-Prints System Invented by Englishmen: Dr. Henry Faulds and His Gift to the World"; The publication corrects the mistake of giving Alphonse Bertillon credit for the fingerprinting identification rather than Henry Faulds. Also discusses the differences between Faulds's and Herschel's work, suggesting how they could be joined by name. Copy of item [010-061], page 26.; Children's Newspaper; DF 654; 1920/05/29

Box 10a; Folder 2; Notebook. Added white paper with inked fingerprint and full palmprint examples of the Faulds and Hall families,with initials/names and date many pages. DF 647; 1919

Box 10a; Folder 3; Item 010-135; Printed flyer. Details and quotations on Faulds's book, A Manual of Practical Dactylography.; 1 page; DF 640; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 3; Item 010-136; Printed flyer. Comments and quotations on Faulds's printed work.; 1 page; DF 585; 1922

Box 10a; Folder 3; Item 010-137; Printed matter. The wrapper and an order form for Dactylography magazine by Henry Faulds.; 2 leaves; DF 95; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 3; Item 010-138; Printed, thick paper. A "Specimen Form" for finger/palmprints, as well as details to fill out about the individual. Example form is that of a Japanese female. Handwritten date in corner.; 1 leaf; DF 696; 1929-1930

Box 10a; Folder 3; Item 010-139; Printed flyer. "Dactylography" at the top. An advertisement with critic quotes for Faulds's publication. Also includes his address and the publisher.; 5 pages; DF 387; n.d.

Box 10a; Folder 3; Item 010-140; Printed flyer. Used as an advertisement and contains quoted extracts from a bibliography, in which exists a review and critque of The Hidden Hand, a pamphlet written by Faulds.; 4 pages; DF 782; 1922

Series 3) Doepner/Faulds--Reports:

Box 10b; Folder 4; Item 010-141; fingerprints; "Installation of a Single Fingerprint File Division of Investigation"; Filing and classification of fingerprints.; Hoover, John Edgar (Director); Division of Investigation, U. S. Dept. of Justice, Washington, D.C.; 3 pages; DF 605; 1934/01/02

Box 10b; Folder 4; Item 010-142; identification; "Work of the Identification Bureau"; Business (newsletter) of the Nevada State Police Identification Bureau.; Henrichs, R. B. (Superintendent); Nevada State Police; 2 pages; DF 267; 1917-1918

Box 10b; Folder 4; Item 010-143; identification; "The Identification Bureau"; Business (newsletter) of the Nevada State Police Identification Bureau.; Henrichs, R. B. (Superintendent); Nevada State Police; 2 pages; DF 260; 1919-1920

Box 10b; Folder 4; Item 010-144; IAI; "Problems of Identification"; Written address given to IAI members attending the 23rd Annual Convention.; Hoover, John Edgar (FBI Director); Federal Bureau of Investigation, U. S. Dept. of Justice, Washington, D.C.; 7 pages; DF 923; 1937/09/30

Box 10b; Folder 5; Item 010-145; fingerprints; "Latent Fingerprints"; Report on taking prints, their development, and "lifting" them at scenes.; Hoover, John Edgar (Director); Division of Investigation, U. S. Dept. of Justice, Washington, D.C.; 8 pages; DF 758; 1932/11/16

Box 10b; Folder 5; Item 010-146; identification; "Criminal Identification and The Functions of the Identification Division"; History of identification and various systems used in the field.; Hoover, John Edgar (Director); Federal Bureau of Investigation, U. S. Dept. of Justice, Washington, D.C.; 32 pages; DF 1147; 1939/01/15

Box 10b; Folder 5; Item 010-147; fingerprints; "Modification and Extension of the Henry System of Identification as Devised, and Applied to the Fingerprint Files of the United States Bureau of Investigation"; Report on ways to modify the Henry System, includes charts.; Hoover, John Edgar (Director); U. S. Bureau of Investigation, Washington, D.C.; 41 pages; DF 759; 1932/11/01

Box 10b; Folder 5; Item 010-148; fingerprints; "Development, Accuracy and Admissibility of Fingerprint Evidence"; Compilation of "leading" court decisions on use of fingerprints.; Hoover, John Edgar (Director); U. S. Bureau of Investigation, Dept. of Justice, Washington, D.C.; 11 pages; DF 757; 1932/12/22

Box 10b; Folder 6; Item 010-149; fingerprints; Royal Institution of Great Britain; Compilation of the general monthly meetings. Meeting of interest: "Personal Identification and Description" by Francis Galton, 05/25/1888, p. 346-360; various authors; v. XII, pt. 2, no. 82; 193 pages; DF n.a.; 1887-1888

Box 10b; Folder 7; Item 010-150; police; Biennial Report of the Nevada State Police; Compilation of department statistics, including the Bureau of Identification.; Henrichs, R. B.; State Printing Office, Carson City; 10 pages; DF 261; 1921-1922

Box 10b; Folder 7; Item 010-151; police; Biennial Report of the Nevada State Police; Compilation of department statistics, including the Bureau of Identification.; Dickerson, D. S.; State Printing Office, Carson City; 8 pages; DF 262; 1923-1924

Box 10b; Folder 7; Item 010-152; police; Biennial Report of the Supt. Nevada State Police; Compilation of department statistics.; Maxwell, W. J.; State Printing Office, Carson City; 36 pages; DF 263; 1925-1926

Box 10b; Folder 7; Item 010-153; police; Biennial Report of the Supt. Nevada State Police; Compilation of department statistics.; Penrose, M. R.; State Printing Office, Carson City; 16 pages; DF 264; 1927-1928

Box 10b; Folder 7; Item 010-154; police; Biennial Report of the Nevada State Police; Compilation of department statistics, including the Bureau of Identification.; Henrichs, R. B.; State Printing Office, Carson City; 8 pages; DF 259; 1915-1916

Box 10b; Folder 7; Item 010-155; police; Biennial Report of the Supt. Nevada State Police; Compilation of department statistics.; Penrose, M. R.; State Printing Office, Carson City; 16 pages; DF 267-a; 1929-1930

Box 10b; Folder 8; Item 010-156; fingerprints; Internationalt Fjernidentificerings-Register; Compilation of fingerprints in number form of criminals to be used internationally for identification.; Jorgensen, Hakon; Politigaarden, Arnold Busck, Kobenhavn, Danmark; 322 pages; DF 156-4; 1929

Box 10b; Folder 8; Item 010-157; fingerprints; Internationalt Fjernidentificerings-Register; Compilation of fingerprints in number form of criminals to be used internationally for identification.; Jorgensen, Hakon; Politigaarden, Arnold Busck, Kobenhavn, Danmark; 252 pages; DF 156-3; 1926

Box 10b; Folder 9; Item 010-158; various news; Monthly Vital Statistics Report; A Federal Security Agency Public Health Service publication on births, marriages, and deaths of the U. S. for January 1953.; National Office of Vital Statistics; v. 2, no. 1, Washington, D. C.; 8 pages ; DF 1269; 1953/03/20

Box 10b; Folder 9; Item 010-159; identification; A Proclamation Governing the Issuance of Passports and the Granting of Permits to Depart from and Enter the United States; An executive order from the president and secretary of state regarding the issue of visitors and immigration, which also specifies means of identification, such as photographs on passports, etc.; Wilson, Woodrow and Frank L. Polk; Government Printing Office, Washington; 56 pages; DF 435; 1918/08/08

Box 10b; Folder 9; Item 010-160; probation; Tenth Annual Report of the New York State Probation Commission; A book of articles and statistics on the commission, their programs, development, legislation, etc. pertaining to criminals and probation of 1916. Submitted to the Legislature by the secretary.; Chute, Charles L.; J. B. Lyon Company, Printers, Albany; 452 pages; DF 733; 1917

Series 3) Doepner/Faulds--Transcriptions:

Box 11; Folder 1; Item 011-001; dental identification; "Role of Dental Evidence in Identification"; Identification methods of the past, and the benefit of using dental records to aide law enforcement.; Donahoe, L.A.; The Journal of the Nebraska State Dental Association, v. 14, p. 9; 4 pages; DF 110; 1938/03

Box 11; Folder 1; Item 011-002; dental identification; "The Baptist Church Cellar Case"; The role that the dental evidence played in the case.; Fry, W. Kelsey; British Dental Journal, v. LXXV, p. 154; 5 pages; DF 1101; 1943/09/1943

Box 11; Folder 1; Item 011-003; dental identification; "The Use of Anterior Centric Relation Records for Identification"; Discusses the difference in centric relation between the upper and lower anterior teeth.; Harper, Robert N.; The Dental Digest; 3 pages; DF 1102; 1940/10

Box 11; Folder 1; Item 011-004; dental identification; "Identification by the Teeth"; Author urges bodies beyond recognition be identified by teeth.; Humble, B. H.; The Dental Magazine and Oral Topics, v. 50, p. 1076; 2 pages; DF 1103; 1933/10

Box 11; Folder 1; Item 011-005; dental identification; "Identification by the Teeth"; Summary of teeth as evidence, and then discussion of select cases. Cases: John Hamilton/John Dillinger, Indiana--Frederick William Burgess, Ohio--Brooke Hart, California--Cora Belle Hackett, Wisconsin--E. N. Shackelford, Massachusetts--Virgil Vaughn/Thomas Lawshe, Arizona--Richard & Pearl Conner, Washington--John Henry Seadlund, Illinois; author n.a.; FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin; 17 pages; DF 1104; 1940/10

Box 11; Folder 1; Item 011-006; dental identification; "Dental Appliances Play Important Part in Identifying Missing Persons"; Summary of an interview of Lt. Joseph B. Starshak, Head of Missing Persons Bureau of Chicago, discussing the use of teeth in missing persons and unidentified bodies cases.; Kirby, Wallace N.; Chicago Dental Soc. Bull., v. 21, p. 8; 4 pages; DF 1108; 1940/12/06

Box 11; Folder 1; Item 011-007; dental identification; "The Editor's Corner"; Discusses teeth of dead bodies as a means of identification.; author n.a.; Dental Items of Interest; 2 pages; DF 1106; 1898/10

Box 11; Folder 1; Item 011-008; dental identification; "The Middlebury Case"; Discusses bones, specifically of the jaw/teeth, as means of identification.; Pierce, Frank D.; The Apollonian, v. 10 p. 265; 2 pages; DF 1110; 1935/10

Box 11; Folder 2; Item 011-009; dental identification; "A Contribution to the Tooth in Its Relation to Forensic Medicine"; Discusses the ways that dental records, teeth imprints, etc. impacts solving crimes.; Prinz, Hermann; The Dental Summary, p. 309-324; 5 pages; DF 1111; 1915/04

Box 11; Folder 2; Item 011-010; dental identification; "The Teeth and Their Significance in Forensic Medicine, with Special Regard to the Identification of Corpses"; Discusses history of the practice, age and composition of teeth, etc.; Schirnding, Henry; Dental Cosmos, v. 76, p. 853-859; 11 pages; DF 1115; 1934/08

Box 11; Folder 2; Item 011-011; dental identification; "Uniform Dental Records Urged to Fight Crime, Teeth Called Most Durable Mark of Identity"; Discusses the importance and effectiveness of teeth as criminal identification.; author n.a.; Chicago Daily Tribune; 2 pages; DF 1117; 1937/08/03

Box 11; Folder 2; Item 011-012; dental identification; "Murder Victim Identified by Dental Records"; The dental records of Dr. A. P. Taylor of Lincoln, Nebraska helped police identify woman's body.; author n.a.; Oral Hygiene, v. 25, p. 1117; 1 page; DF 1164; 1935/08

Box 11; Folder 2; Item 011-013; dental identification; "Teeth Marks on the skin as Evidence in Establishing Identity"; Discussion of a court case where the victim's skin held an imprint of the criminal's teeth.; Keyes, Frederick A.; Dental Cosmos, v. LXVII; 3 pages; DF 1107; 1925/12

Box 11; Folder 2; Item 011-014; dental identification; "The Middlebury, Vermont Case"; A summary of the case and interpretation of the dental evidence.; author n.a.; Internat. Jour. Orth., v. 22, p. 369; 4 pages; DF 1109; 1936/04

Box 11; Folder 2; Item 011-015; dental identification; "Identification by the Teeth"; Discussion of cases involving dental evidence, methods of identification, etc.; Humble, B. H.; 8e Congres Dentaire International, Section XVI, p. 78-83; 9 pages; DF 1116; 1931/08/02-1931/08/08

Box 11; Folder 2; Item 011-016; dental identification; "Identification of the Dead by Means of the Teeth"; Discussion of the February 1909 case of Chancellor Beckert and Ezequiel Tapia in Chili.; Valenzuela, Jerman; El Mercurio; 4 pages; DF 1118; n.d.

Box 11; Folder 2; Item 011-017; dental identification; "Crime Detection Through Dentistry"; Discusses the Grace Budd case and "detective dentists" of New York, Harry Strusser and Abraham Weil, and the usefulness of dentistry in identification.; Voorheis, J.; Oral Hygiene, v. 25, no. 8, p. 1082; 9 pages; DF 1119; 1935/08

Box 11; Folder 3; Item 011-018; dental identification; "Identification by Dental Records"; Discusses the importance of keeping an accurate system of dental records for military personnel.; Adlington, William J. and Joseph G. Rosen; The Dental Bulletin Suppl. Army Med. Bull., v. 11, p. 99; 4 pages; DF 1090; 1940/07

Box 11; Folder 3; Item 011-019; dental identification; "How Dentistry Can Aid in Crime Detection, Identification by Means of Dental Restorations"; The place of medicine, specifically dentistry, in crime-solving.; Armstrong, J. Edwin; Oral Hygiene, p. 845; 5 pages; DF 1093; 1934/06

Box 11; Folder 3; Item 011-020; dental identification; "Book Reviews"; A review of the book L'art Dentaire En Medecine Legale by Oscar Amoedo, Paris.; author n.a.; Items of Interest, p. 289; 4 pages; DF 1092; 1899/04

Box 11; Folder 3; Item 011-021; dental identification; "Identification of Bodies by the Expert Dentist"; Discusses legal medicine as it applies to dentistry, as "read to the American Dental Society of Europe" by author.; Amoedo, Oscar; The Dental Cosmos, p. 444; 7 pages; DF 1091; 1899/05

Box 11; Folder 3; Item 011-022; dental identification; "Dental Records Solve Murder Mystery"; Discusses the murder of John D. Frahm by his brother Fred, and the Arizona dentists' role in the crime's resolution.; author n.a.; Oral Hygiene, p. 1403; 2 pages; DF 1098; 1935/10

Box 11; Folder 3; Item 011-023; dental identification; "Dental Criminology"; Discusses the importance of records, and the scope of dentistry in criminology.; author n.a.; The New York Journal of Dentistry, p.35; 2 pages; DF 1096; 1935/02

Box 11; Folder 3; Item 011-024; dental identification; "Dental Identification Shows Worth in Frahm Case"; A published letter to Dr. E. A. Thomas from the author regarding the author's experience with the John Frahm murder and dental identification.; Donahoe, Larry; The Journal of the Nebraska State Dental Society, p. 10; 2 pages; DF 1097; n.d.

Box 11; Folder 3; Item 011-025; dental identification; "Dentist Identifies Kidnap Victim"; Dr. Chester Ihle of Chicago identified Charles S. Ross, victim of John Henry Seadlund.; author n.a.; Oral Hygiene, p. 486; 1 page; DF 1099; 1938/04

Box 11; Folder 3; Item 011-026; dental identification; "Australian Murder Mystery, Police Seek Help of Dental Profession"; A news announcement from the Australian police to any dentist that might have record of a body.; author n.a.; The Dental Magazine and Oral Topics, v. 51, p. 1272; 3 pages; DF 1094; 1934/12

Box 11; Folder 3; Item 011-027; dental identification; "Sherlock Holmes Should Have Been a Dentist"; Discusses the use of dental records/evidence in crime-solving.; Cooke, Alfred I.; Oral Hygiene, p. 2192; 3 pages; DF 1095; 1929/10

Box 11; Folder 4; Item 011-028; identification; "The Identification of the Individual, with Special Reference to the System in Use in the Office of Surgeon General, U. S. Army"; The system of identification of individual soldiers, its necessity, base, and practical workings.; Alden, C. H.; The American Anthropologist, v. 9; 13 pages; DF 5; 1896/09

Box 11; Folder 4; Item 011-029; identification; "Resultats Statistiques de L'Anthropometrie Appliquee A L'Identification des Personnes"; In French. "Statistical Results of Anthropology Applied to Identification of People." Discusses the author's new system to identify people and its effectiveness.; Bertillon, Alphonse and Jacques.; Transactions of the Seventh International Congress of Hygiene and Demography, v. X, div. II, London; 11 pages; DF 33; 1891/08/10-1891/08/17

Box 11; Folder 4; Item 011-030; identification; "Objections to the System of Identification in Use in the United States Army"; Author critiques the system of Outline Cards as means for identification.; Brown, Paul R.; Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Meeting of the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States, p. 243, Columbus, Ohio; 8 pages; DF 47; 1897/05/25-1897/05/27

Box 11; Folder 4; Item 011-031; fingerprints; "Chamber of Commerce of New York Approves Proposal for Fingerprinting of Aliens and Citizens"; Details and report of the decision.; author n.a.; Commercial and Financial Chronicle, v. 115, p. 1690-1691; 4 pages; DF 60; 1922/10/14

Box 11; Folder 4; Item 011-032; fingerprints; "Everybody Should Be Fingerprinted"; Other reasons besides law enforcement that citizens should be fingerprinted/can use fingerprinting.; Enright, Richard E.; Scientific American, p. 224; 9 pages; DF 78; 1925/10

Box 11; Folder 5; Item 011-033; identification; "The Anthropometric Method of Identifying Criminals"; The author discusses the Bertillon method.; Garson, J. G.; Report of the 61st Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, p. 813, Cardiff; 2 pages; DF 125; 1891/08

Box 11; Folder 5; Item 011-034; identification; "Anthropometric Identification: A New System of Classifying the Records"; Author discusses expert measuring, problems with methods, and adjusting the system of measure.; Gray, J.; Man, v. 5, p. 84-86; 4 pages; DF 130; 1905

Box 11; Folder 5; Item 011-035; fingerprints; "The Development of Occult Finger-Prints"; Ways to preserve/develop prints of various kinds.; Pitfield, Robert L.; Therapeutic Gazette, ser. 3, v. 23, p. 456, Detroit; 1 page; DF 357; 1907

Box 11; Folder 5; Item 011-036; identification; "A Remarkable Coincidence"; Two men with the same last name and appearance, but were not related and lived in different states, applied for a patent on similar inventions.; author n.a.; Scientific American; 1 page; DF 394; 1911/02/25

Box 11; Folder 5; Item 011-037; fingerprints; "Finger Print Detection by Chemical Means"; Discussion of a new method for obtaining prints other than the known powder/brush method.; author n.a.; Scientific American, v. 109, p. 367; 2 pages; DF 395; 1913/11/08

Box 11; Folder 5; Item 011-038; Dr. H. H. Wilder; "Harris Hawthorne Wilder"; Obituary for the zoologist of Smith College in Northampton who died 02/27/1928.; Pratt, H. S.; Science, v. 67, p. 479; 6 pages; DF 461; 1928/05/11

Box 11; Folder 5; Item 011-039; identification; "Finger Print Theory Challenged"; Two families in Collegno claim that one man with memory loss is their own relative. Physical looks are not enough, and the fingerprints are seen as incorrect as well. Other methods of identification are sought.; author n.a.; Times, II 7:6, New York; 1 page; DF 554 ; 1927/05/20

Box 11; Folder 6; Item 011-40; Dr. Forgeot; "Imprints of the Hand, by Dr. Forgeot, of the Laboratoire D'Anthropologie Criminale, Lyon"; The author discusses the practices of Dr. Forgeot.; Galton, Francis.; The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, v. XXI, p. 282-283; 2 pages; DF 117; n.d.

Box 11; Folder 6; Item 011-41; identification; "Numeralised Profiles for Classification and Recognition"; The author discusses a system that can be used to classify facial features/profiles.; Galton, Francis; Nature, v. 83 p. 127-130; 12 pages; DF 115; 1910/03/31

Box 11; Folder 6; Item 011-42; fingerprints; "Finger Print Classification"; A letter to the editor about fingerprint classification methods. Author suggests use of Hollman system.; Robinson, F. H.; Scientific American, v. 120, p. 97; 1 page; DF 379; 1919/02/01

Box 11; Folder 6; Item 011-43; fingerprints; "Fingerprints Lie? Yes, Science Answers"; Discusses of different kinds of forgery, but mainly fingerprints.; author n.a.; Popular Mechanics Magazine, v. 44, p. 353; 4 pages; DF 363; 1925/09

Box 11; Folder 6; Item 011-44; fingerprints; "Finger Print Classification"; A letter to the editor challenging a previous letter by F. H. Robinson. Does not agree with Hollman Notation instead of Henry System fingerprint classification methods.; Taylor, J. H.; Scientific American, v. 120, p. 369; 2 pages; DF 422; 1919/04/12

Box 11; Folder 6; Item 011-45; registration; "Personal Registration of Family Memoranda: A Plea for the Making and Preserving of Homely Annals"; Author states that birth, marriage, and death certificates are not enough historical information. Proposes that family trees of genealogy, medical records, physical statistics, etc. also be forms of required registrations.; Taylor, J. Madison; Science, v. 36, p. 480-482; 2 pages; DF 423; 1912/10/11

Box 11; Folder 6; Item 011-46; fingerprints; "Tracing Uncle Sam's Family with Fingerprints"; Brief about fingerprinting in the army, its statistics, and its replacement of other identification methods.; author n.a.; Popular Mechanics, v. 44, p. 459; 1 page; DF 365; 1925/09

Box 11; Folder 7; Item 011-047; fingerprints; "Finger Prints, Henry"; Discusses E. R. Henry and his fingerprint system.; author n.a.; Anthropological Institute Journal, v. 29, p. 198; 2 pages; DF 149; 1900

Box 11; Folder 7; Item 011-048; fingerprints; "Finger Marks"; Discusses Francis Galton and William Herschel's methods of classification.; author n.a.; Popular Science Monthly, v. XLIV, p. 572-573; 1 page; DF 364; 1893-1894

Box 11; Folder 7; Item 011-049; photography; "A New Miniature Projection Apparatus Suitable for Legal Photography"; Discusses Geiger's new apparatus for projection.; author n.a.; Scientific American, v. 105, p. 209; 2 pages; DF 391; 1911/09/02

Box 11; Folder 7; Item 011-050; photography; "Your Face as Well as Your Signature to Protect Your Checks"; Discusses Victor Ernest's new machine, identiscope, as a means to prevent forgery in addition to signatures.; author n.a.; Scientific American, p. 333; 1 page; DF 392; 1924/11

Box 12a; Folder 1; Item 012-001; multiple births; "The History of Twins, as a Criterion of the Relative Powers of Nature and Nurture"; Author discusses various issues surrounding twins.; Galton, Francis; Anthropological Institute Journal, v. 5, p. 391; 21 pages; DF 122; 1876

Box 12a; Folder 1; Item 012-002; fingerprints; "Fingerprints Reveal Identity"; Discusses the history and methods of fingerprints. Page from journal includes a poem called "Your Finger Print" by Minnie A. Bennett who dedicated to/at the 7th annual IAI banquet.; author n.a.; Pathfinder, p. 16; 4 pages; DF 282; 1930/01/18

Box 12a; Folder 1; Item 012-003; identification; "Finger Print Theory Challenged"; Two families in Collegno claim that one man with memory loss is their own relative. Physical looks are not enough, and the fingerprints are seen as incorrect as well. Other methods of identification are sought.; author n.a.; New York Times; 1 page; DF 425; 1927/03/20

Box 12a; Folder 1; Item 012-004; fingerprints; "The Origin! Classification and Uses of Finger Prints"; The author, Sergeant of New York Police, discusses various aspects of fingerprints.; Kuhne, Frederick; Scientific American, no. 114; 5 pages; DF 185; 1916/04/01

Box 12a; Folder 1; Item 012-005; fingerprints; "Finger Prints"; A book review of Francis Galton's book, published by Macmillan, 1892.; author n.a.; The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, v. XXII, p. 276-277; 2 pages; DF 116; n.d.

Box 12a; Folder 2; Item 012-006; fingerprints; "Finger-Prints on Pictures"; A letter to the Editor on an article by C. E. Hughes, and fingerprints in paintings.; Parry, Thomas H.; Discovery, v. 9, p. 232; 1 page; DF 277; n.d.

Box 12a; Folder 2; Item 012-007; fingerprints; "Extract of Presidential Address"; Author discusses fingerprint methods of Henry (E. R.) from the 01/30/1900 meeting of the Institute.; Read, C. H.; The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, v. XXX, p. 15; 2 pages; DF 377; 1900

Box 12a; Folder 2; Item 012-008; photography; "Use of Photographs as Evidence"; The author discusses the progress of photography as legitimate evidence.; McCurdy, James G.; Scientific American, v. 87, p. 328; 2 pages; DF 237; 1902/11/15

Box 12a; Folder 2; Item 012-009; fingerprints; "The Finger-Print Method of Identification in New Jersey"; The author discusses the use of fingerprints in addition to other means of identification in NJ.; Messick, Charles P.; The American City, v. 27, p. 473; 1 page; DF 239; 1922/11

Box 12a; Folder 2; Item 012-010; fingerprints; "Finger Prints, Galton"; A journal article of the paper, "Finger Prints of Young Children", which was written and read by author.; Galton, Francis; Anthropological Institute Journal, v. 29, p. 199; 4 pages; DF 110; 1900

Box 12a; Folder 2; Item 012-011; pores; "The Description and Use of the Pores in the Skin of the Hands and Feet"; The author, a member of the College of Physicians and the Royal Society, discusses pore attributes of the hands and feet.; Grew, Nehemiah; Philosophical Transactions, v. 14, no. 159, p. 566-567; 2 pages; DF 558; 1684

Box 12a; Folder 2; Item 012-012; fingerprints; "A System of Classification of Finger Impressions"; The author discusses a way to classify fingerprints.; Garson, M. D.; Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, p. 910; 4 pages; DF 124; 1900

Box 12a; Folder 3; Item 012-013; identification; "II. Identification"; The author, a surgeon in the U. S. Army, states the importance and problems of identification in society, and discuss the Bertillon system.; Adair, George W.; Proceedings of the 7th Annual Meeting of the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States, Columbus, OH, p. 227; 19 pages; DF 2; 1897

Box 12a; Folder 3; Item 012-014; fingerprints; "The Patterns in Thumb and Finger Marks: on Their Arrangement into Naturally Distinct Classes, the Permanence of the Papillary Ridges That Make Them, and the Resemblance of Their Classes to Ordinary Genera"; The author discusses the form and patterns of ridges in fingerprints.; Galton, Francis; Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, v. XLVIII, p. 455; 3 pages; DF 121; 1890/05/01-1890/12/01

Box 12a; Folder 3; Item 012-015; identification; "Personal Identity Determined by Scars and Other Body Marks"; The authors, members of the U. S. Army, discuss body markings (and the Bertillon method) for identification of the military.; Greenleaf, Chas. R. and Charles Smart; Transactions of the Seventh International Congress of Hygiene and Demography, London, v. X, Div. II, p. 294; 14 pages; DF 133; 1891/08/10-1891/08/17

Box 12a; Folder 3; Item 012-016; fingerprints; "The Detection of Finger Prints on Documents"; Discusses C. Ainsworth Mitchell's (article on) approach to fingerprints, as well as mentions W. Herschel and H. Faulds.; author n.a.; The Journal of the Franklin Institute, v. 189, p. 789-790; 2 pages; DF 370; 1920/01-1920/06

Box 12a; Folder 4; Item 012-017; identification; "Urgent Need for Greater Efficiency in Criminal Identification"; Discusses the need for a well-organized, efficient police with best possible means for identification of criminals.; author n.a.; The American City, v. 38, p. 117; 3 pages; DF 10; 1928/03

Box 12a; Folder 4; Item 012-018; fingerprints; "Fingerprints as Detectives"; Discusses fingerprints as means for identification, mentions F. Galton briefly and the Indian law system.; author n.a.; The Living Age, v. 235, p. 815; 5 pages; DF 226; 1902/12/13

Box 12a; Folder 4; Item 012-019; fingerprints; "Some Legal Aspects of Fingerprinting"; Discusses how fingerprints have grown in law enforcement, various works/pioneers dealing with the topic, and a list of important court cases that allowed prints as evidence.; author n.a.; FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin; 6 pages; DF 922; 1938/11

Box 12a; Folder 5; Item 012-020; Items 20-26, Partial Trans.; fingerprints; "A World Bureau of Prosecution - New Methods of Identification"; The author discusses Jorgensen's method of categorizing fingerprints, which uses numbers so that language is not an international issue. An extract from full article.; Weiss, C.; Journal of Criminal Law, v. 13, p. 272-274; 1 page; DF 556; n.d.

Box 12a; Folder 5; Item 012-021; Items 20-26, Partial Trans.; identification; Criminology and Penology; Extracts from the book pertaining to issues in identification.; Gillin, John Lewis; The Century Co., New York & London; 3 pages; DF 902; 1936

Box 12a; Folder 5; Item 012-022; Items 20-26, Partial Trans.; criminology; Principles of Criminology; Extracts from the book pertaining to the intelligence of detectives, the Bertillon system, fingerprinting, and the modus operandi system.; Sutherland, Edwin H.; 3rd edition revised and reset, Lippincott Sociology Texts with editor Floyd N. House, J. B. Lippincott Company, Chicago; 6 pages; DF 904; 1939

Box 12a; Folder 5; Item 012-023; Items 20-26, Partial Trans.; heredity; Heredity in Relation to Eugenics; Extracts from the book, including full prologue, pertaining to the study of genealogy, family traits with definition of associated/pertinent terms.; Davenport, Charles Benedict; Henry Holt and Company, New York, QH 431 D2; 6 pages; DF 70; 1913

Box 12a; Folder 5; Item 012-024a; Items 20-26, Partial Trans.; identification; The Practical Work of a Bank; Extract from the book pertaining to identification of the banking individual.; Kniffin, Wm. H.; HG 1601 K6, p. 105; 1 page; DF 182; n.d.

Box 12a; Folder 5; Item 012-024b; Items 20-26, Partial Trans.; identification; Practical Bank Operation; Extract from the book pertaining to establishing and proving the identification of the banking individual.; Langston; v. 1, p. 58, HG 1601 N3; 1 page; DF 182; n.d.

Box 12a; Folder 5; Item 012-025; Items 20-26, Partial Trans.; heredity; "That Heredity is the Chief Maker of Men"; Extract from book. Addresses issues about heredity and what makes a man.; Wiggam, Albert Edward; The New Decalogue of Science, HQ 751 W6; 2 pages; DF 457; n.d.

Box 12a; Folder 5; Item 012-026; Items 20-26, Partial Trans.; identification; "The Identification of the Soldier"; Extract of full article pertaining to methods of identification used in the military.; Alden, C. H.; Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Meeting of the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States, p. 209, Columbus, Ohio; 4 pages; DF 4; 1897/05/25-1897/05/27

Box 12a; Folder 6; Item 012-027; Items 27-28, Partial Trans.; identification; The Story of Scotland Yard; Chapter from the book pertaining to various identification methods of Scotland Yard.; Dilnot, George; Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston and New York, HV 7730 .L7Z7; 21 pages; DF 72; 1927

Box 12a; Folder 6; Item 012-028; Items 27-28, Partial Trans.; identification; European Police Systems; Extract from the book pertaining to various systems and methods of gathering, processing, and classifying evidence. Mentioned systems: Bertillon, Henry, M. O., Meldewesen, etc.; Fosdick, Raymond B.; The Century Co., New York, HV 7921 .F7; 30 pages; DF 101; 1916

Box 12a; Folder 7; Item 012-029; Items 29-32, Partial Trans.; identification; "Why Not Americanize the American Merchant Marine?"; Three lines extracted from the article.; author n.a.; Literary Digest, p. 82; 1 page; DF 224; 1920/01/17

Box 12a; Folder 7; Item 012-030; Items 29-32, Partial Trans.; fingerprints; "Finger Marks"; Extract from article on W. Herschel, F. Galton, and other aspects of fingerprinting.; author n.a.; Popular Science Monthly, v. 44, p. 572-573; 1 page; DF 371; 1893/11-1894/04

Box 12a; Folder 7; Item 012-031; Items 29-32, Partial Trans.; identification; "Glimpses of Fake War Heroes and Some of the Stunts They Pulled"; Extract pertaining to cases of identity fraud and war veterans.; author n.a.; Literary Digest; 1 page; DF 223; 1919/07/12

Box 12a; Folder 7; Item 012-032; Items 29-32, Partial Trans.; identification; "Personal Equation, Garson"; Two line extract from article.; author n.a.; Anthropological Institute Journal, v. 29, p. 201; 1 page; DF 123; 1900

Box 12a; Folder 8; Item 012-033; Bertillon; "A Famous Criminologist"; A summary of Alphonse Bertillon's life.; author n.a.; Outlook, p. 433; 1 page; DF 32; 1914/02/28

Box 12a; Folder 8; Item 012-034; identification; "Similar Birthmarks in Five Generations"; The inheritance of birthmarks over nine family generations.; author n.a.; Scientific American, p. 156; 2 pages; DF 80; 1928/08

Box 12a; Folder 8; Item 012-035; fingerprints; "Recent Introduction into the Indian Army of the Method of Finger Prints for the Identification of Recruits"; News about the use of fingerprints in Jeypore, India.; Galton, Francis; 63rd Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, Nottingham, p. 902; 1 page; DF 112; 1893/09

Box 12a; Folder 8; Item 012-036; fingerprints; "Finger-Prints and Their Registration as a Means of Personal Identification"; The author discusses patterns of fingerprints.; Galton, Francis; Transactions of the Seventh International Congress of Hygiene and Demography, London, v. X, Div. II, p. 301; 3 pages; DF 108; 1891/08/10-1891/08/17

Box 12a; Folder 8; Item 012-037; fingerprints; "Finger-Prints: Roman"; News of Roman columns with fingerprints in the bases found by author.; Turner, William; Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, v. XXX, new ser. III, p. 106; 1 page; DF 429; 1900

Box 12a; Folder 8; Item 012-038; Bertillon; "Identification by Measure"; Discusses the Bertillon method.; author n.a.; Popular Science Monthly, v. 38, p. 569; 2 pages; DF 31; 1890/11-1891/04

Box 12b; Folder 9; Item 012-039; fingerprints; "Main Results of a Statistical Investigation of Finger Prints from 24,518 Individuals"; Inherited patterns of fingerprints, Galton and etc.'s work on topic, analysis of print characteristics, etc.; Bonnevie, Kristine; Eugenics, Genetics and the Family, v. 1, p. 198-211, 2nd International Congress of Eugenics, American Museum of Natural History, NY; 20 pages; DF 41; 1921/09/22-1921/09/28

Box 12b; Folder 9; Item 012-040; dental identification; "The Value of Teeth as a Means of Identification"; A discussion of teeth being an overlooked identification aid, various ways to identify someone via teeth, etc.; Thompson, Alton Howard; Popular Science Monthly, v. 65, p. 161-163; 6 pages; 424; n.d.

Box 12b; Folder 9; Item 012-041; Bertillon; "The Passing of the Bertillon System of Identification"; After Bertillon's death, his elaborate method became more obsolete, as fingerprinting took hold and aspects of his system were faulty, etc. Appears to be incomplete.; Fosdick, Raymond B.; Scientific American, Supp.; 3 pages; DF 100; 1915/11/20

Box 12b; Folder 9; Item 012-042; heredity; "Family Resemblances"; Mistaking people, children, etc. due to general, common feature similarities, whereas pronounced features are rare, etc.; author n.a.; Scientific American, Supp. 80; 1 page; DF 555 (408?); 1915/11/20

Box 12b; Folder 9; Item 012-043; identification; "The Metric System of Identification of Criminals, as Used in Great Britain and Ireland"; A survey/determination of the effectiveness of a program in use for 6 years which identifies habitual criminals, etc. Transcriptor has attempted to make original charts and diagrams.; Garson, J. G.; Anthropological Institute Journal, v. 30, p. 161-198; 62 pages; DF 127; 1901

Series 3) Doepner/Faulds--Clippings:

Box 13; Folder 1; Item 013-001; Items 1-8, Journal/Magazine; Loewenstein; "Is Loewenstein Still Alive?"; Discusses the disappearance of Captain Alfred Loewenstein, in which he "vanished" on a plane with four of his staff present.; Sneddon, Robert W.; True Detective Mysteries, p. 28-; 8 pages; DF 234; 1929/03

Box 13; Folder 1; Item 013-002; Items 1-8, Journal/Magazine; Slater; "Thirty Thousand Dollars for 18 Years of Hell!"; Discusses the case of Oscar Slater, who spent 18 years in prison though he was innocent. Partial article.; author n.a.; True Detective Mysteries, p. 35-; 3 pages; DF 787; n.d.

Box 13; Folder 1; Item 013-003; Items 1-8, Journal/Magazine; investigation; "Scientific Criminal Investigation"; An article, translated from French, on the ways science is used in criminal cases.; Locard, Edmond; The Detective Magazine, p. 743-; 2 pages; DF 644; n.d.

Box 13; Folder 1; Item 013-004; Items 1-8, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "An Ancient Reading of Finger-Prints"; The author discusses Francis Galton, Nehemiah Grew, and other aspects of fingerprints.; Robinson, Louis; The North American Review, v. 180, no. 5, p. 727-734; 10 pages; DF 380; 1905/05

Box 13; Folder 1; Item 013-005; Items 1-8, Journal/Magazine; identification; "Admission 'Tickets' to Your Plant"; Pictures and explanations for use of different badges/buttons that workers wear as identification.; author n.a.; Factory, the Magazine of Management, v. XX, no. 5, p. 846-847; 3 pages; DF 82; 1918/05

Box 13; Folder 1; Item 013-006; Items 1-8, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "The System of Personal Identification by Finger Prints Recently Adopted for the U. S. Army"; The author discusses the use of fingerprints in the military, the Bertillon System, etc.; Kean, J. R.; Jour. A. M. A., v. XLVII, no. 15, p. 1175-1177; 3 pages; DF 1039; 1906/10/13

Box 13; Folder 1; Item 013-007; Items 1-8, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Finger-Prints"; The author discusses the fallibility of fingerprints via forgery.; Beffel, John Nicholas; The American Mercury, v. IV, no. 14, p. 232-236; 6 pages; DF 27; 1925/02

Box 13; Folder 1; Item 013-008; Items 1-8, Journal/Magazine; identification; "The Influence of Environment on Identification of Persons and Things"; The author discusses and performs a series of small tests to determine the effects of surroundings on recognition.; Feingold, Gustave A.; Journal of the American Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology, v. V, no. 1, p. 39-52; 16 pages; DF 96; 1914/05

Box 13; Folder 2; Item 013-009; Items 9-18, Journal/Magazine; hair; "Hair as Detective"; Article with pictures about the use of hair in detective work.; author n.a.; The Literary Digest, v. 73, no. 1, p. 25; 1 page; DF 210; 1922/04/01

Box 13; Folder 2; Item 013-010a; Items 9-18, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Finger-Prints, Their Use in the United States Navy and Elsewhere"; The author discusses the use of fingerprints in the Navy, their history, etc.; Brewer, Charles B.; The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, v. LXXVII, New York, p. 911-915; 5 pages; DF 46; 1909/05-1909/10

Box 13; Folder 2; Item 013-010b; Items 9-18, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Finger-Prints, Their Use by the Police"; The author discusses the use of fingerprints in the New York Police Dept, their history, etc.; Hambidge, Jay; The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, v. LXXVII, New York, p. 916-921; 6 pages; DF 46; 1909/05-1909/10

Box 13; Folder 2; Item 013-011; Items 9-18, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "The Identification of Bloody Finger-Prints"; The author discusses the identification of fingerprints, etc. See item 006-078 for related author.; Castellanos, Israel; The Peace Officer, v. 8, no. 4, p. 32-34; 4 pages; DF 59; 1930/04

Box 13; Folder 2; Item 013-012; Items 9-18, Journal/Magazine; machinery; "A Proposed Catalytic Furnace, Especially Designed for Heating Steel Billets"; A discussion of a new type of furnace, chemical reactions, heating of agents, etc.; Smith, E. C.; Scientific American, Supplement no. 1872, v. LXXII, p. 323; 1 page; DF 404; 1900/11/18

Box 13; Folder 2; Item 013-013; Items 9-18, Journal/Magazine; identification; "How Science Traps the Criminal, A Visit to the Laboratory of the French Police"; A discussion of the Bertillon System, fingerprints, papers, bootlaces, etc. Partial article.; Boyer, Jacques; Conquest, v. II, no. 12, p. 501-; 2 pages; DF 690; 1921/10

Box 13; Folder 2; Item 013-014; Items 9-18, Journal/Magazine; identification; "A New Method of Identifying Criminals"; The author discusses the Bertillon system, "Verbal portrait" system, fingerprints, etc.; Ramakers, L.; Scientific American, v. XCIII, no. 14, p. 264; 1 page; DF 376; 1905/09/30

Box 13; Folder 2; Item 013-015; Items 9-18, Journal/Magazine; heredity; "Your Family Tree"; The author discusses potential relatives, lines of families, and the "value" of lineage. Illustrations by R. M. Brinkerhoff.; Terhune, Albert Payson; The American Magazine, p. 24-; 4 pages; DF 1053; 1927/07

Box 13; Folder 2; Item 013-016; Items 9-18, Journal/Magazine; Bertillon; "An Afternoon with Bertillon"; The author visits the Paris Police to meet M. Bertillon and discuss the system.; Blackford, Katherine M. H.; The Outlook, v. 100, no. 8, p. 424-428; 6 pages; DF 34; 1912/02/24

Box 13; Folder 2; Item 013-017; Items 9-18, Journal/Magazine; Bertillon; " Bertillon's New System of Anthropometry"; Discusses a new aspect of the Bertillon system and formulas pertaining to it, etc.; Boyer, Jacques; Scientific American, v. XCVI, no. 26, p. 534-535; 2 pages; DF 38; 1907/06/29

Box 13; Folder 2; Item 013-018; Items 9-18, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Universal Fingerprinting Gains Adherents"; A news brief on the use of fingerprints in various areas of society. Includes extra page with a review of a book on fingerprinting.; author n.a.; The American City, p. 99, p. 117; 2 pages; DF 992; n.d.

Box 13; Folder 3; Item 013-019; Items 19-26, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Finger Prints"; An article on the history of fingerprinting's use in personal identification, with pictures.; Faulds, Henry; Scientific American, Suppl. No. 1872, v. LXXII, p. 326-327; 2 pages; DF 90; 1911/11/18

Box 13; Folder 3; Item 013-020; Items 19-26, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "The Romance of Fingerprints"; Fingerprint history, uses, persons, etc.; Crook, G. T.; The Detective Magazine, p. 37-40; 4 pages; DF 705; 1923/02/02

Box 13; Folder 3; Item 013-021; Items 19-26, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Finger Print Detection by Chemical Means"; Discussion of a new method for obtaining prints other than the known powder/brush method.; "Delta"; Scientific American, v. 109, no. 19, p. 367; 1 page; DF 403; 1913/11/08

Box 13; Folder 3; Item 013-022; Items 19-26, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "The Finger-Print System of Identification"; Discussion of fingerprinting as a reliable identification method, history, and the method's use by certain groups.; Shepstone, Harold J.; Scientific American, v. CIII, no. 14, p. 256; 2 pages; DF 409; 1910/10/01

Box 13; Folder 3; Item 013-023; Items 19-26, Journal/Magazine; Bazar de la Charite; "The Burning of the French Charity Bazar"; A news article about the cause, tragedy, and chaos of the Parisian building's fire.; author n.a.; Scientific American, Suppl. 1117, v. XLIII, p. 17850; 1 page; DF 401; 1897/05/29

Box 13; Folder 3; Item 013-024; Items 19-26, Journal/Magazine; footprints; "Improving on King Solomon"; Due to fear of baby swaps, the Lying-in Hospital adopted a system that records footprints and other physical information of babies on paper, much like present birth certificates.; Moulton, Robert H.; The Independent, v. 102, no. 3718, p. 102; 2 pages; DF 257; 1920/04/17

Box 13; Folder 3; Item 013-025; Items 19-26, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Finger-Prints in the Orient"; An article reviewing the claims of W. Herschel, origins of fingerprinting for identification, the legal use of fingerprints, etc.; author n.a.; The Literary Digest, v. 54, no. 25, whole no. 1418, p. 1922; 1 page; DF 206; 1917/06/23

Box 13; Folder 3; Item 013-026; Items 19-26, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Smudging Finger-Print Evidence"; The article demands that people not touch anything at a crime scene so fingerprint evidence remains intact and gives example of unsolved case where too many people handled evidence.; author n.a.; The Literary Digest, v. 64, no. 3, whole no. 1552, p. 80; 2 pages; DF 208; 1920/01/17

Box 13; Folder 4; Item 013-027; Items 27-33, Journal/Magazine; palmistry; "Palmistry in China"; The history, presence, uses, etc. of palmistry in China.; Giles, Herbert A.; The Nineteenth Century, v. LVI, no. 334, p. 985-988; 4 pages; DF 128; 1904/12

Box 13; Folder 4; Item 013-028; Items 27-33, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Identification of Individuals by Means of Fingerprints, Palm prints, and Soleprints"; An illustrated discussion of methods, uses, etc. of fingerprinting, as well as pioneers of the field such as Galton, Herschel, E. Henry, etc.; Mairs, G. Tyler; The Scientific Monthly, v. 7, no. 4, p. 299-319; 21 pages; DF 238; 1918/10

Box 13; Folder 4; Item 013-029; Items 27-33, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Identification of Criminals by Finger-Prints"; Discussion of failed methods of identification, fingerprinting as a solution, pioneers of, etc.; Mitchell, Edmund; The World Today, v. IX, no. 3, p. 1000-1004; 5 pages; DF 249; 1905/09

Box 13; Folder 4; Item 013-030; Items 27-33, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "No Two Finger Prints Alike"; The mathematical probabilities of fingerprints looking alike, characteristics, etc.; author n.a.; Scientific American, v. CV, no. 8, p. 166; 1 page; DF 402; 1911/08/19

Box 13; Folder 4; Item 013-031; Items 27-33, Journal/Magazine; sciences; "Science and Crime"; Gives example cases in how chemistry and microscopy are two influential sciences in crime-solving.; author n.a.; Scientific American, v. CXVIII, no. 24, p. 546; 1 page; DF 405; 1918/06/15

Box 13; Folder 4; Item 013-032; Items 27-33, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Your Fingerprints Are Your Friends"; Fingerprints as criminal, personal, business, etc. identification.; Stephenson, William; Coronet, p. 91-94; 4 pages; DF 1071; 1946/03

Box 13; Folder 4; Item 013-033a; Items 27-33, Journal/Magazine; William Heirens; "The Case of William Heirens"; A summary of the murders which Heirens, 17, was accused, a suggested split personality of "George Murmans", and pictures of the case.; author n.a.; publisher n.a., p. 30-31; 2 pages; DF 1155; n.d.

Box 13; Folder 4; Item 013-033b; Items 27-33, Journal/Magazine; William Heirens; "I Know the Truth About Chicago's Heirens-Degnan Murder Mystery"; A detailed account of the investigation and prosecution of Heirens, a 17 yr. old college student who went on a crime spree.; Baird, Edwin; Headquarters Detective Magazine, p. 8-13 & 66-68; 9 pages; DF 1155; 1946/12

Box 13; Folder 4; Item 013-033c; Items 27-33, Journal/Magazine; William Heirens; "Heirens' Case Figures Take a Day of Rest"; An article about the trial of Heirens taking a break, the account of the charges against him, etc.; author n.a.; Chicago Daily Tribune, p. 3; 1 page; DF 1155; 1946/07/22

Box 13; Folder 5; Item 013-034; Items 34-41, Journal/Magazine; photography; "Photography of the Interior of the Eye"; Discusses Dr. Walther Thorner's invention, how it works, its uses, etc.; Ramakers, L.; Scientific American, v. XCI, no. 25, p. 435; 1 page; DF 375; 1904/12/17

Box 13; Folder 5; Item 013-035; Items 34-41, Journal/Magazine; identification; "Tagging Fighting Men for Identification Purposes"; Discusses the military's identification tags, their uses, history, etc.; author n.a.; Scientific American, v. CXVIII, no. 7, p. 149; 2 pages; DF 396; 1918/02/16

Box 13; Folder 5; Item 013-036; Items 34-41, Journal/Magazine; detectives; "The Card Index Detective"; An article on the function, duties, cases, etc. of the card index detective, or the person in charge of organizing information, such as fingerprints, etc., on crimes/criminals.; Clifton, Frederick; The Detective Magazine, v. 2, no. 16, p. 223-225; 3 pages; DF 692; 1923/06/22

Box 13; Folder 5; Item 013-037; Items 34-41, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Correspondence, Science and the Investigation of Crime"; Two letters to the editor about the origin of fingerprints. The first is written by H. Faulds and contends information that C. A. Mitchell published about him and W. Herschel. The second is written by C. Ainsworth Mitchell in reply to Faulds on the topic.; Faulds, Henry and C. Ainsworth Mitchell; Journal of the Royal Society of Arts, p. 420-421; 2 pages; DF 701; 1921/05/13

Box 13; Folder 5; Item 013-038; Items 34-41, Journal/Magazine; identification; "X-Ray Photographs Furnish New Means of Identification"; An article on x-rays in possibly identifying individuals/criminals and discusses such a case.; author n.a.; Scientific American, v. 138, no. 1, p. 57; 1 page; DF 389; 1928/01

Box 13; Folder 5; Item 013-039; Items 34-41, Journal/Magazine; Bertillon; "The Bertillon Identification System"; An in-depth article on the system, its functions, measurements, etc.; author n.a.; Scientific American, v. XCI, no. 25, p. 432; 2 pages; DF 399; 1904/12/17

Box 13; Folder 5; Item 013-040; Items 34-41, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Finger-Prints via Radio"; Discusses the way fingerprints can be transmitted over the radio.; author n.a.; Scientific American, v. 127, p. 386; 2 pages; DF 398; 1922/12

Box 13; Folder 5; Item 013-041; Items 34-41, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Miscellaneous Notes, The Forging of Finger-Prints"; A news brief on the rise in fingerprint forger, and how it is done.; author n.a.; Scientific American, v. 127, p. 430; 1 page; DF 129; 1922/12

Box 13; Folder 6; Item 013-042; Items 42-50, Journal/Magazine ; identification; "A New Identification System in the United States Army"; The army has adopted a new system for identification that uses fingerprints, personal description, and a photograph on a single card. Gives more details about the photography process.; Morgan, H. L.; Scientific American, v. XCVII, no. 3, p. 50; 1 page; DF 254; 1907/07/20

Box 13; Folder 6; Item 013-043; Items 42-50, Journal/Magazine ; fingerprints; "Fingerprints as Identification Marks in Ancient Greece--a Brief for Early Trade-marks"; A short article with several pictures acknowledging the use of fingerprints in ancient Greece.; author n.a.; Scientific American, v. 135, p. 194; 1 page; DF 397; 1926/09

Box 13; Folder 6; Item 013-044; Items 42-50, Journal/Magazine ; fingerprints; "Twenty-Two-Year-Old Girl Uncle Sam's Finger-Print Expert"; Marie Dahm is commended for her position working for the military taking fingerprints of those enlisting. Discussion of various aspects of the job.; author n.a.; The Literary Digest, v. 58, no. 1, whole no. 1472, p. 56; 2 pages; DF 207; 1918/07/06

Box 13; Folder 6; Item 013-045; Items 42-50, Journal/Magazine ; fingerprints; "Daubs and Smudges"; The author tries his first case using fingerprints on a windowsill to catch a thief.; Haigh, E.; The Detective Magazine, p. 75-78; 4 pages; DF 704; 1923/03/02

Box 13; Folder 6; Item 013-046; Items 42-50, Journal/Magazine ; voice; "Latest in Criminal Detection"; A new invention, the oscillograph, can record voices and be used as an identification tool. Article describes process.; author n.a.; Technical World Magazine, v. XVIII, no. 4, p. 497-498; 2 pages; DF 426; 1912/12

Box 13; Folder 6; Item 013-047; Items 42-50, Journal/Magazine ; fingerprints; "Finger-Prints to Settle Art Disputes"; Experts wanted to find out if the Louvre and the National Gallery paintings, "The Madonna of the Rocks", were both by Leonardo da Vinci or if one was a copy. Noting a painting technique where the fingers smooth the paint, prints were left behind, which were used to prove the authenticity of the piece.; author n.a.; The Literary Digest, v. 71, no. 3, whole no. 1643, p. 26-27; 2 pages; DF 209; 1921/10/15

Box 13; Folder 6; Item 013-048; Items 42-50, Journal/Magazine ; identification; "Why Our Paymaster Knows Every Worker by Name"; A big business keeps track of hundreds of workers via an identification number system that also uses formal job titles.; Greer, D. S.; Factory, The Magazine of Management, p. 568; 3 pages; DF 134; 1925/10

Box 13; Folder 6; Item 013-049a; Items 42-50, Journal/Magazine ; fingerprints; "De l'identification par les Empreintes Digitales"; The article addresses the traits, characteristics, etc. of fingerprints. Photocopy, in French.; Balthazard, M. V. and M. Ch. Bouchard; Academie des Sciences, p. 1862-1865; 4 pages; DF 991; 1911/06/26

Box 13; Folder 6; Item 013-049b; Items 42-50, Journal/Magazine ; fingerprints; "De l'identification par les Empreintes Digitales"; The article addresses the traits, characteristics, etc. of fingerprints. Typed transcription(s) in French.; Balthazard, M. V. and M. Ch. Bouchard; Academie des Sciences, p. 1862-1865; 4 pages; DF 991; 1911/06/26

Box 13; Folder 6; Item 013-049c; Items 42-50, Journal/Magazine ; fingerprints; "De l'identification par les Empreintes Digitales"; The article addresses the traits, characteristics, etc. of fingerprints. Typed transcription translated to English.; Balthazard, M. V. and M. Ch. Bouchard; Academie des Sciences, p. 1862-1865; 4 pages; DF 991; 1911/06/26

Box 13; Folder 6; Item 013-050; Items 42-50, Journal/Magazine ; fingerprints; "Finger Prints of Antiquity"; The article discusses many applications of fingerprints.; author n.a.; The Outlook, v. 133, no. 3, p. 113-114; 1 page; DF 275; 1923/01/17

Box 14; Folder 1; Item 014-001; Items 1-8, Journal/Magazine; identification; "Am I Myself?"; A French nobleman marries a second woman and then returns to the first's house, upon which he is warned he would be murdered. He leaves by night to the second wife and two maids claim they saw his murder. The man again returns to the first wife and, to prove he is himself, a trial is had and many people interviewed to confirm it. The maids are convicted instead.; author n.a.; publisher n.a., p. 492-500; 8 pages; DF 552; n.d.

Box 14; Folder 1; Item 014-002; Items 1-8, Journal/Magazine; missing persons; "The Legion of the Missing"; The search for Lieut. William A. Sheehan's body as a casualty of WWI. Found by Chief Investigator James McGourty, who is credited with finding hundreds of American WWI casualties.; Stowe, Leland; The American Legion Monthly, p. 12-; 7 pages; DF 415; 1929/07

Box 14; Folder 1; Item 014-003; Items 1-8, Journal/Magazine; identification; "The Mystery of the Unknown Man of Collegno"; An unknown Italian man is found in a graveyard and marked as insane. When at the asylum, two different families, Canella and Bruneri, identify the man. The Canella wife takes him home, has more children with him, etc. but the Bruneri woman finally takes Canella to court. The court finds in the end that it is Bruneri.; Dosi, Giuseppe; True Detective Mysteries, 14-; 7 pages; DF 1016; 1932/08

Box 14; Folder 1; Item 014-004; Items 1-8, Journal/Magazine; police; "An Amazing Story of the Accomplishments of the Tulare, California Police Department and its Chief of Police, John R. MacDonald"; A review (with pictures) of the Tulare, California Police Department. Discusses their modern attributes and people involved, such as fingerprint system, John R. MacDonald, visi-film apparatus, etc.; author n.a.; Northwest Polices Journal, p. 18-19; 2 pages; DF 760; 1931/12

Box 14; Folder 1; Item 014-005; Items 1-8, Journal/Magazine; E. O. Heinrich; "A Documentary of Sherlock"; Accounts and cases of E. O. Heinrich, an expert at fraudulent stamps, papers, etc., as taken from the recounted story by George C. Henderson in the Oakland Tribune.; author n.a.; The Literary Digest, v. 84, no. 4, whole no. 1814, p. 24; 1 page; DF 214; 1925/01/24

Box 14; Folder 1; Item 014-006; Items 1-8, Journal/Magazine; identification; "What Really Happened to 'Big Tim' Sullivan"; An elected official goes missing and is found murdered, but there is a mix up/cover up with his body whereas no one could properly identify it. Corruption of officials is blamed. States continued from p. 33, thus missing first page(s) of article.; author n.a.; True Detective Mysteries, p. 66-70; 3 pages; DF 970; n.d.

Box 14; Folder 1; Item 014-007; Items 1-8, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Identification by Finger-tips"; The reasons fingerprints can be a form of identification, other pioneers' actions, characteristics of fingerprints, etc. Illustrated page.; Galton, Francis; The Nineteenth Century, v. XXX, no. 174, p. 303-311; 6 pages; DF 118; 1891/08

Box 14; Folder 1; Item 014-008; Items 1-8, Journal/Magazine; identification; "Known to the Police"; Repeat criminals must be easily identified to adhere to the Prevention of Crimes Act of 1871. The author discusses several methods, including Bertillon, Galton, etc. with explanations and illustrations.; Spearman, Edmund; The Nineteenth Century, v. XXXVI, no. 211, p. 356-370; 8 pages; DF 410; 1894/09

Box 14; Folder 2; Item 014-009; Items 9-14, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Hold for Identification"; Officials have the modern system of fingerprinting and have networked records between each other to identify criminals across state lines. Better than previous Bertillon because criminals are known to change scars, tattoos and other body features to outwit system, as well as disorganization between office records. Offers further history, uses, statistics, etc.; Cooper, Courtney Ryley; The Saturday Evening Post, p. 16-; 6 pages; DF 852; 1935/01/12

Box 14; Folder 2; Item 014-010; Items 9-14, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "The Navy's Identification System"; The author is in charge of the Identification Division of the Bureau of Navigation, and discusses the methods, uses, history, classification, etc. of fingerprints.; Taylor, J. Herbert; The Fleet Review, p. 5-13; 9 pages; DF 999; n.d.

Box 14; Folder 2; Item 014-011; Items 9-14, Journal/Magazine; palmistry; "Scientific Palmistry"; The author, of Smith College, discusses human and animal palm characteristics, Micmac Indians, Bella Coola Indians, etc. and includes illustrations.; Wilder, Harris Hawthorne; Popular Science Monthly, v. LXI, p. 41-54; 8 pages; DF 462; 1902/11-1903/04

Box 14; Folder 2; Item 014-012; Items 9-14, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Die ersten Entwicklungsstadien der Papillarmuster der menschlichen Fingerballen"; The stages and characteristics of developing fingerprints of humans beginning with the embryo of 3-4 months old. In German.; Bonnevie, Kr.; Xe Congres International de Zoologie, p. 726-733; 5 pages; DF 1029; n.d.

Box 14; Folder 2; Item 014-013; Items 9-14, Journal/Magazine; heredity; "Mental and Moral Heredity in Royalty. IV."; The study of several generations of a Swedish royal family, from Gustavus Vasa to Charles XIII.; Woods, Frederick Adams; Popular Science Monthly, v. LXI, p. 76-84; 6 pages; DF 471; 1902/11-1903/04

Box 14; Folder 2; Item 014-014; Items 9-14, Journal/Magazine; palm and footprints; "Palm and Sole Impressions and their Use for Purposes of Personal Identification"; The author discusses the Bertillon and Galton Systems, and their effectiveness. Proposes own "Palm and Sole" system with statistics and illustrations.; Wilder, Harris Hawthorne; Popular Science Monthly, v. LXIII, no. 5, p. 385-410; 15 pages; DF 467; 1903/09

Box 14; Folder 3; Item 014-015; Items 15-22, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Who Discovered Finger-Prints?"; The article explains the history of fingerprint use(s) and its pioneers, Malpighi, Purkinje, Herschel, Faulds, and Galton.; author n.a.; Literary Digest, v. 106, no. 9, whole no. 2106; 1 page; DF 225; 1930/08/30

Box 14; Folder 3; Item 014-016; Items 15-22, Journal/Magazine; heredity; "Eugenic Stock-Taking"; The article discusses those citizens that should be able to reproduce and the practicality of the general societal beliefs about selective genetics "improving" the child born.; author n.a.; The Literary Digest, v. 45, no. 8, p. 305; 1 page; DF 205; 1912/08/24

Box 14; Folder 3; Item 014-017; Items 15-22, Journal/Magazine; Bertillon; "Is Bertillon a Back Number?"; A discussion of Raymond Fosdick's critique of the Bertillon system and its effectiveness.; author n.a.; The Literary Digest, v. 51, no. 19, whole no. 1333, p. 1006-1007; 2 pages; DF 204; 1915/11/06

Box 14; Folder 3; Item 014-018; Items 15-22, Journal/Magazine; sciences; "The Tales that Dead Men Tell"; A discussion of the dead proving guilt and various cases solved by scientific proof.; author n.a.; The Literary Digest, v. 49, no. 26, whole no. 1288, p. 1274-1275; 2 pages; DF 203; 1914/12/26

Box 14; Folder 3; Item 014-019; Items 15-22, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Finger-Print Identification in Banks"; News brief about several banks adopting fingerprinting as a form of identifying patrons.; author n.a.; The Literary Digest, v. 45, no. 8, whole no. 1166, p. 297-298; 1 page; DF 202; 1912/08/24

Box 14; Folder 3; Item 014-020; Items 15-22, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "New Finger-Print Developer"; News brief on the invention by Maj. Richard M. Joyce of a black, rubber tape that enables clearer fingerprints.; author n.a.; The Literary Digest, v. 106, no. 7, whole no. 2104, p. 23; 1 page; DF 221; 1930/08/16

Box 14; Folder 3; Item 014-021; Items 15-22, Journal/Magazine; ears; "Tracing Criminals by Ears"; News brief about fingerprints being replaced or accompanied by earprints, as they have never proved to repeat in nature either.; author n.a.; The Literary Digest, v. 96, no. 9, whole no. 1976, p. 21; 1 page; DF 219; 1928/03/03

Box 14; Folder 3; Item 014-022; Items 15-22, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Finger-Printing Everybody"; News brief on an article by Harry H. Laughlin in Eugenics that asks the Federal Bureau of the Census to require fingerprints and hereditary information of all lawful U. S. citizens.; author n.a.; The Literary Digest, v. 101, no. 3, whole no. 2035, p. 23; 1 page; DF 220; 1929/04/20

Box 14; Folder 4; Item 014-023a; Items 23-31, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Atomic Bomb Doesn't Alter Fingerprints"; A study of criminals and police officers in Hiroshima Japan determines that the bomb did not alter fingerprints.; author n.a.; Science Digest, p. 17; 1 page; DF 1284; 1957/10

Box 14; Folder 4; Item 014-023b; Items 23-30, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Fingerprints Can Be Removed by Surgical Technique"; The same process used to remove/treat scars, planing, can be used just as well on fingerprints, leaving behind few lines.; author n.a.; Science Digest, p. 39; 1 page; DF 1284; 1958/05

Box 14; Folder 4; Item 014-024; Items 23-30, Journal/Magazine; criminology; "Practical Criminology at Work: Some of the Adventures of the Scientific Modern Detective"; The science of criminology, such as microscope data, measuring and interpreting wounds of various types, etc., as used in investigations.; Meade, Norman G.; Scientific American, v. 129, no. 4, p. 232-233; 2 pages; DF 245; 1923/10

Box 14; Folder 4; Item 014-025; Items 23-30, Journal/Magazine; handwriting; "Forgery or Genuine? Some New Laboratory Methods of the French Handwriting Experts"; Technical Laboratory at Lyons, directed by Edmond Locard, has several techniques to determine forgery, such as analyzing the manner of slope, magnification of letters, etc.; Mann, Francis P.; Scientific American, v. 127, p. 404-; 2 pages; DF 244; 1922/12

Box 14; Folder 4; Item 014-026; Items 23-30, Journal/Magazine; identification; "Identification Offices in India and Egypt"; The author describes the identification systems used in India by E. R. Henry and in Egypt by Harvey Pasha.; Galton, Francis; The Nineteenth Century, v. XLVIII, p. 118-126; 5 pages; DF 119; 1900/07

Box 14; Folder 4; Item 014-027; Items 23-30, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Finger Prints in the Determination of Identity"; Taking fingerprints, M. Abel Maitre, age differences, etc.; author n.a.; Scientific American, v. XLIII, suppl. no. 1117, p. 17859; 1 page; DF 120; 1897/05/29

Box 14; Folder 4; Item 014-028; Items 23-30, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Finger-Printing the World"; Fingerprinting postal workers, as well as other civil services, for identity or in case of crime.; author n.a.; The Literary Digest, v. 75, no. 2, whole no. 1695, p. 27-28; 1 page; DF 211; 1922/10/14

Box 14; Folder 4; Item 014-029; Items 23-30, Journal/Magazine; Bertillon; "A Famous Criminologist"; A summary of Alphonse Bertillon's life.; author n.a.; Outlook, p. 433; 2 pages; DF 276; 1914/02/28

Box 14; Folder 4; Item 014-030; Items 23-30, Journal/Magazine; blood; "Blood Will Tell"; Dr. Edward Tyson Reichert, Professor of Physiology at the University of Pennsylvania, has discovered that blood is distinctly different between living beings, a theory that was being explored since the discovery of "blood crystals" under a microscope in 1840. Pictures.; Joyce, Arthur St. George; Technical World Magazine, v. XX, no. 2, p. 188-; 5 pages; DF 175; 1913/10

Box 14; Folder 5; Item 014-031; Items 31-39, Journal/Magazine; investigation; "Cross-Indexing the Criminal"; The author discusses crime-solving efficiency of the California police system of cross-referencing criminal records and the need for more results nationwide.; Kittredge, Perry; The Independent, p. 273; 1 page; DF 179; 1928/09/22

Box 14; Folder 5; Item 014-032; Items 31-39, Journal/Magazine; photography; "Catching Criminals with a Camera"; News story and example cases about the benefits of using cameras in crime-solving.; author n.a.; The Literary Digest, v. 95, no. 7, whole no. 1960, p. 22-23; 2 pages; DF 213 or 218?; 1927/11/12

Box 14; Folder 5; Item 014-033; Items 31-39, Journal/Magazine; investigation; "How A Mild Professor Outwitted the Desperate 'Dynamite Twins'"; Prof. Edward Oscar Heinrich solves a case which baffles detectives by using scientific data collected from the crime.; author n.a.; The Literary Digest, v. 94, no. 9, whole no. 1949, p. 52; 1 page; DF 217; 1927/08/27

Box 14; Folder 5; Item 014-034; Items 31-39, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Prints from Gloved Hands"; News article on ways wearing gloves doesn't necessarily prevent criminal detection with example cases.; author n.a.; The Literary Digest, v. 94, no. 6, whole no. 1946, p. 21; 1 page; DF 216; 1927/08/06

Box 14; Folder 5; Item 014-035; Items 31-39, Journal/Magazine; investigation; "Sleuthing in a Laboratory"; Various ways that criminal detection is assisted by science/lab work, example cases with photos.; author n.a.; The Literary Digest, v. 88, no. 10, whole no. 1872, p. 24-25; 2 pages; DF 215; 1926/03/06

Box 14; Folder 5; Item 014-036; Items 31-39, Journal/Magazine; Edmund Locard; "A French Museum of Crime"; News brief describing Edumund Locard, criminal expert in charge of the Police Museum at Lyons, France.; author n.a.; The Literary Digest, v. 83, no. 4, whole no. 1801, p. 24; 1 page; DF 213; 1924/10/25

Box 14; Folder 5; Item 014-037; Items 31-39, Journal/Magazine; sciences; "Chemistry as a Crime-Detector"; Discusses chemistry of food, beverage, blood, microscopes, etc., and its role in crime detection.; author n.a.; The Literary Digest, v. 80, no. 13, whole no. 1771, p. 23-24; 1 page; DF 212; 1924/03/29

Box 14; Folder 5; Item 014-038; Items 31-39, Journal/Magazine; missing persons; "Amnesia--Civilian Shell Shock"; 'Condensed from Liberty', a discussion of what causes amnesia, those living double lives after being missing, techniques to help those forgetting, etc.; Murphy, T. E.; Reader's Digest, p. 17-20; 2 pages; DF 968; 1943

Box 14; Folder 5; Item 014-039; Items 31-39, Journal/Magazine; missing persons; "'Anastasia'--Romanoff or Insane Peasant?"; Details about the woman claiming to be Anastasia Romanoff, knowing a great deal of the Czar family life, tales of an escape, etc. Most disclaim her and believe her to be a Polish peasant, Franziska Schanzkowski.; author n.a.; The Literary Digest, p. 37-41; 3 pages; DF 788; 1928/07/07

Box 14; Folder 6; Item 014-040; Items 40-45, Journal/Magazine; identification; "Kleinere Mitteilungen"; Small reports, photocopy, in German--(1) An Italian professor Tamassia publishes pamphlet on identifying a person via the situation of their veins, (2) Prof. Dr. A. Reiss discusses an article on identification of fingerprints of criminals, (12) Children and the registration of fingerprints, etc., (13) Scents/smells in relation to homosexuality.; Abels, A.; Arch. F. Krim., v. 33, p. 361-363; 3 pages; DF 1169; 1909

Box 14; Folder 6; Item 014-041; Items 40-45, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Funf Jahre Daktyloskopie in Sachsen"; Five years of dactyloscopy in Sachsen. Police headquarters at Dresden review fingerprinting procedures. Photocopy, in German.; Koettig; Arch. F. Krim., v. 30, p. 155-162; 8 pages; DF 1168; 1908

Box 14; Folder 6; Item 014-042; Items 40-45, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Ein Triumph der Daktyloskopie"; A triumph in dactyloscopy, photocopy, in German.; Nacke, P.; Arch. F. Krim., v. 14, p. 362; 3 pages; DF 1167; 1904

Box 14; Folder 6; Item 014-043; Items 40-45, Journal/Magazine; identification; "Einstimmiger Schuldspruch durch Geschworene auf Grund von Indizien"; Jury has guilty verdict based on evidence such as blood, fingerprints, etc. Photocopy, in German.; Svorcik, Heinrich; Arch. F. Krim., v. 31, p. 280-296; 17 pages; DF 1166; 1908

Box 14; Folder 6; Item 014-044; Items 40-45, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Identifizierung von Kunstsachen und Daktyloskopie"; Identification of art(s) and dactyloscopy. Photocopy, in German.; Gross, Hans; Arch. F. Krim., v. 56, p. 331-333; 3 pages; DF 1191; 1914

Box 14; Folder 6; Item 014-045; Items 40-45, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Vaterschaft und Fingerabdruck"; Paternity and fingerprints. Photocopy, in German.; Harster, Theodor; Arch. F. Krim., v. 56, p. 1-4; 4 pages; DF 1190; 1913

Box 14; Folder 7; Item 014-046; Items 46-51, Journal/Magazine; identification; "On Your Oath?"; Martin Guerre had to leave his wife and child for a time. After several years, an imposter, Arnaud du Tilh, comes and fills Guerre's shoes until the mistake is discovered and the imposter tried in court.; author n.a.; World's Great Detective Stories, p. 835-842; 4 pages; DF 135; n.d.

Box 14; Folder 7; Item 014-047; Items 46-51, Journal/Magazine; police; "A Police Code"; An explanation of the order that police communication information about offenders, from 1) offense/reason to 9) name of station/sender.; Clifton, Frederick; no pub info, p. 932; 1 page; DF 600; n.d.

Box 14; Folder 7; Item 014-048; Items 46-51, Journal/Magazine; criminology; "One Lesson from the Beck Case"; A comparison of the Adolf Beck case to the Francis du Bedat in terms of innocent men being accused, mistaken identity, reform of criminology when it comes to habitual offenders, etc.; Anderson, Robert; The Nineteenth Century, v. LVI, no. 334, p. 1003-1011; 5 pages; DF 7; 1904/12

Box 14; Folder 7; Item 014-049; Items 46-51, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Finger Impressions"; A discussion of the use of fingerprints in India, replacing signatures, systems initial uses, etc.; Brewester, F.; Bombay Law Journal, p. 420-426; 7 pages; DF 848; 1951/01

Box 14; Folder 7; Item 014-050; Items 46-51, Journal/Magazine; identification; "Undesirables Keep Out!"; A watchman's role at their posts, requiring all workers to have identification, etc.; Stowell, L. M.; Management and Administration in Manufacturing Industries, v. IX, no. 5, p. 437-438; 2 pages; DF 411; 1925/05

Box 14; Folder 7; Item 014-051; Items 46-51, Journal/Magazine; William Heirens; "Chicago's Wild Bill Heirens-Monster of Murder"; Details of the case, his mental health, childhood crimes, pictures, etc. Beginning of another Heirens article inside, both articles incomplete.; Carter, Harrison T.; Frontpage, p. 14-; 6 pages; DF 1199; 1946/10

Box 15a; Folder 1; Item 015-001; Items 1-4, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Ein neues Verfahren zur Aufnahme von Fingerabdrucken am Tatorte"; Admission of fingerprint evidence, etc. Photocopy, in German.; Rubner, Joseph; Arch. F. Krim., v. 49, p. 258-265; 8 pages; DF 1178; n.d.

Box 15a; Folder 1; Item 015-002; Items 1-4, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Tatortsfingerschau. Die uberlegenheit des Schneiderschen Abzieh-Verfahrens gegenuber allen anderen bisher bekannt gewordenen Versuchen auf diesem Gebiet"; Method(s) of taking fingerprints, Schneider, etc. Photocopy, in German.; Schutze, W.; Arch. F. Krim., v. 49, p. 236-257; 22 pages; DF 1177; 1912

Box 15a; Folder 1; Item 015-003; Items 1-4, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Die Fixierung von Fingerabdruckspuren am Tatort"; Methods of taking fingerprints, photography, crime scene methods, etc. "Schneidersche Patent". Photocopy, in German.; Heindl, Robert; Arch. F. Krim., v. 46, p. 220-223; 4 pages; DF 1176; 1912

Box 15a; Folder 1; Item 015-004; Items 1-4, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Dreiundeinhalb Jahre Fingerabdruckverfahren in Bayern"; Three and a half years of using fingerprinting in Bayern, etc. Photocopy, in German.; Harster, Theodor; Arch. F. Krim., v. 51, p. 99-118; 20 pages; DF 1179; 1913

Box 15a; Folder 2; Item 015-005; Items 5-9, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Kriminalistische Abhandlungen"; Only the first part of the article "I. Daktyloskopie und Vaterschaft" is in file, Dactyloscopy and Paternity. Photocopy, in German.; Hellwig, Albert; Arch. F. Krim., v. 50, p. 1-2; 3 pages; DF 1180; 1912

Box 15a; Folder 2; Item 015-006; Items 5-9, Journal/Magazine; identification; "Eine schwierige Leichen-Identifizierung"; Identification of the dead, Anna A. (prostitute of Berlin), etc. Photocopy, in German.; Weiss, Kurt; Arch F. Krim., v. 40, p. 138-145; 8 pages; DF 1174; n.d.

Box 15a; Folder 2; Item 015-007; Items 5-9, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Erganzung"; A type of letter to the editor/additional note on fingerprint issues in Kurt Weiss's article "Eine schwierige Leichen-Identifizierung" (015-006). Photocopy, in German.; Richter, M.; Arch. F. Krim., v. 21; 1 page; DF 1184; n.d.

Box 15a; Folder 2; Item 015-008; Items 5-9, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "uber die Verwertung daktyloskopischer Gutachten vor Gericht"; Using dactyloscopy in court, etc. Photocopy, in German.; Eichberg; Arch. F. Krim., v. 40, p. 334-341; 8 pages; DF 1172; 1910-1911

Box 15a; Folder 2; Item 015-009; Items 5-9, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Beitrag zur gerichtsarztlichen Wurdigung der Daktyloskopie"; Medical court, contributions to dactyloscopy, appreciation of, etc. Photocopy, in German.; Lochte; Arch. F. Krim., v. 40, p. 320-333; 13 pages; DF 1173; 1910-1911

Box 15a; Folder 3; Item 015-010; Items 10-14, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "uber die Technik der Daktyloskopie und den Vergleich der Fingerabdrucke"; Technology of dactyloscopy and the comparison of fingerprints, etc. Photocopy, in German.; Prochoroff, K.; Arch. F. Krim., v. 43, p.166-173; 9 pages; DF 1170; 1911

Box 15a; Folder 3; Item 015-011; Items 10-14, Journal/Magazine; identification; "Zur Identifizierung verwandter Personen"; Identification of related persons, etc. Photocopy, in German.; Nacke, P.; Arch. F. Krim., v. 43, p. 72-78; 7 pages; DF 1171; 1911

Box 15a; Folder 3; Item 015-012; Items 10-14, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Kleine kriminalistische Mitteilungen"; Partial article, only parts "1. Statistische Vorbedingungen bei der daktyloskopischen Registratur" and "2. Gefalschte Fingerabdrucke"--statistics of the dactyloscopy department and false fingerprints. Photocopy, in German.; Schneickert, Hans; Arch. F. Krim., v. 50, p. 240-243; 4 pages; DF 1185; 1912

Box 15a; Folder 3; Item 015-013; Items 10-14, Journal/Magazine; identification; "Einige merkwurdige Falle von Irrtum uber die Identitat von Sachen oder Personen"; Strange cases of mistaken identity of people and things. Photocopy, in German.; Hellwig, Albert; Arch. F. Krim., v. 27, p. 352-361; 10 pages; DF 1186; 1907

Box 15a; Folder 3; Item 015-014; Items 10-14, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "uber Leichendaktyloskopie"; The dactyloscopy of corpses. Photocopy, in German.; Reuter; Arch. F. Krim., v. 21, p. 68-79; 12 pages; DF 1187; 1905

Box 15b; Folder 4; Item 015-015; Items 15-22, Journal/Magazine; identification; "uber die bei dem Einbruche in die Kirche zu St. Klemens in Prag-Bubna auf dem Tabernakeldeckel daselbst von dem Tater hinterlassen Finger- und Handspuren"; Expert opinion, break-in at St. Klemens in Prag-Bubna, criminal left traces of finger and handprints, etc. Photocopy, in German.; Roztocil, Ju. Lad.; Arch. F. Krim., v. 18, p. 333-341; 9 pages; DF 1188; 1905

Box 15b; Folder 4; Item 015-016; Items 15-22, Journal/Magazine; investigation; "Ein Beitrag zur Frage der Realbeweise"; One contribution to the question of material proof, etc. Photocopy, in German.; Linser, Wolfgang; Arch. F. Krim., v. 57, p. 226-233; 8 pages; DF 1189; 1914

Box 15b; Folder 4; Item 015-017; Items 15-22, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Kriminalistische Rundschau"; Partial article of criminalistics roundup, parts--"3. Vervielfaltigung von Fingerabdruckbogen", "4. Die Erfindung eines Briefraubers", "5. Eine neue kriminalistische Reichs-Zentralstelle", and "6. Zum Begriff 'Hochstapler'"--duplication of fingerprint curves, invention of letter robbers, a new criminalistics central office, and the notion/term swindlers. Photocopy, in German.; Schneickert, Hans; Arch. F. Krim., v. 52, p. 96-98; 3 pages; DF 1181; 1913

Box 15b; Folder 4; Item 015-018; Items 15-22, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Die Vervielfaltigung von Fingerabdruckblattern"; Duplication of fingerprints, methods, photography, etc. Photocopy, in German.; Heindl, Robert; Arch. F. Krim., v. 52, p. 378-381; 4 pages; DF 1182; 1913

Box 15b; Folder 4; Item 015-019; Items 15-22, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Aus meiner kriminalistischen Sammelmappe"; Partial article of "from my crime folder"--Part "2. Vaterschaft und Fingerabdruck", paternity and fingerprints. Photocopy, in German.; Boas, K.; Arch. F. Krim., v. 53, p. 326-327; 2 pages; DF 1183; 1913

Box 15b; Folder 4; Item 015-020; Items 15-22, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Finger Prints and Disease"; Left hand deterioration vs. right, people with pathological diseases, effects on fingerprints, etc. Photocopy, irrelevant extra pages at end.; Cherrill, F. R.; Nature, v. 166, no. 4223, p. 581-584; 5 pages; DF 1260; 1950/10/07

Box 15b; Folder 4; Item 015-021; Items 15-22, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Transmission of Finger-Prints by Radio"; Improvement in techniques, pamphlet by F. R. Cherill mentioned, etc.; author n.a.; Nature, v. 158, no. 4015, p. 525-526; 2 pages; DF 1266; 1946/10/12

Box 15b; Folder 4; Item 015-022; Items 15-22, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "II. Die Fingerschau in den Justiz-Gefangnissen von Mecklenburg-Schwerin"; The fingerprint system of the prison/law of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. Section 2 of the bigger article "Kriminalistische Studien", photocopy, in German.; Schutze, W.; Arch. F. Krim., v. 45, p. 176-191; 15 pages; DF 1175; n.d.

Box 15b; Folder 5; Item 015-023; Items 23-41, Journal/Magazine; criminology; "Eugenics and the Criminal Law"; How race, birth, mental illness, etc. effect one being a criminal.; Battaglini, Giulio Q.; Journal of the American Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology, v. V, no. 1, p. 12-15; 6 pages; DF 21; 1914/05

Box 15b; Folder 5; Item 015-024; Items 23-41, Journal/Magazine; handwriting and fingerprints; "Talks About Police Science, Finger-prints and Handwriting"; The role and knowledge of police departments/officers pertaining to fingerprints, footprints, and handwriting.; author n.a.; The Police Review and Parade Gossip, v. 32, p. 164; 1 page; DF 841; 1924/03/28

Box 15b; Folder 5; Item 015-025; Items 23-41, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Hints on Fingerprints"; Reprinted from the Western Australia Police News, help with fingerprints for those not informed as well as the current police recruits are.; "Juxta"; The Police Review and Parade Gossip, v. 33, p. 479; 1 page; DF 841; 1925/09/04

Box 15b; Folder 5; Item 015-026; Items 23-41, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Finger-print Assault Charge"; A judge dismissed charges against the police for not informing two youths they had a right to object to their fingerprinting.; author n.a.; The Police Review and Parade Gossip, v. 34, p. 24; 1 page; DF 841; 1926/01/08

Box 15b; Folder 5; Item 015-027; Items 23-41, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "A Student's Notes on the Criminal Law, Identification by Finger Prints"; A discussion of learning tools and texts, such as Finger Print Clues by C. S. Collins and others by Henry Faulds, E. R. Henry, etc..; author n.a.; The Police Review and Parade Gossip, v. 34, p. 53-54; 2 pages; DF 841; 1926/01/22

Box 15b; Folder 5; Item 015-028; Items 23-41, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Finger-prints Taken After Death"; A woman who had her fingerprints at Scotland Yard was identified after death by fingerprints taken from her body. Possibly the first case civilian case of identification post-mortem.; author n.a.; The Police Review and Parade Gossip, v. 34, p. 399; 1 page; DF 841; 1926/07/16

Box 15b; Folder 5; Item 015-029; Items 23-41, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Finger-prints Sensation"; Implications of surgery on helping crooks escape identification.; Lucas, Netley; The Police Review and Parade Gossip, v. 35, p. 139; 1 page; DF 841; 1927/02/25

Box 15b; Folder 5; Item 015-030; Items 23-41, Journal/Magazine; footprints; "Footprints"; A discussion of the importance of footprints in law enforcement. Author ex-chief supt. Of Manchester City Police, partial article?; Taylor; The Police Review and Parade Gossip, v. 35, p. 220; 1 page; DF 841; 1927/03/25

Box 15b; Folder 5; Item 015-031; Items 23-41, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Finger-print Literature"; A small bibliography for officers interested in learning about fingerprints, includes texts by Galton, Faulds, Henry, etc.; author n.a.; The Police Review and Parade Gossip, v. 35, p. 534; 1 page; DF 841; 1927/07/15

Box 15b; Folder 5; Item 015-032; Items 23-41, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Finger-prints Hereditary"; A discussion of a criminologist who claims he can prove paternity via fingerprints.; author n.a.; The Police Review and Parade Gossip, v. 35, p. 650; 1 page; DF 841; 1927/09/09

Box 15b; Folder 5; Item 015-033; Items 23-41, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Finger-print Evidence"; A news brief about fingerprints from a money box being used as evidence in a trial.; author n.a.; The Police Review and Parade Gossip, v. 36, p. 89; 1 page; DF 841; 1928/02/03

Box 15b; Folder 5; Item 015-034; Items 23-41, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Finger-print Evidence"; A news brief about fingerprints from a money box being used as evidence in a trial.; author n.a.; The Police Review and Parade Gossip, v. 36, p. 89; 1 page; DF 841; 1928/04/27

Box 15b; Folder 5; Item 015-035; Items 23-41, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Metro. Police News"; A news brief about fingerprints being sent "wireless" overseas to catch criminals.; author n.a.; The Police Review and Parade Gossip, v. 36, p. 379; 1 page; DF 841; 1928/05/11

Box 15b; Folder 5; Item 015-036; Items 23-41, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "The Art of Lifting Finger-prints"; A news brief about new fingerprint lifting techniques.; author n.a.; The Police Review and Parade Gossip, v. 36, p. 1016; 1 page; DF 841; 1928/12/28

Box 15b; Folder 5; Item 015-037; Items 23-41, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Identification by Finger-prints"; A news brief about a new publication by Harry Battley on methods in print identification.; author n.a.; The Police Review and Parade Gossip, v. 38, p. 515; 1 page; DF 841; 1930/07/04

Box 15b; Folder 5; Item 015-038; Items 23-41, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Investigation of Crime"; A discussion of the justness of the law, including a paragraph about a fingerprint case.; "Muileach"; The Police Review and Parade Gossip, v. 40, p. 375; 1 page; DF 841; 1932/11/25

Box 15b; Folder 5; Item 015-039; Items 23-41, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "New Finger-Print Process"; A news brief about new type of cleaner ink for fingerprinting.; author n.a.; The Police Review and Parade Gossip, v. 41, p. 376; 1 page; DF 841; 1933/05/19

Box 15b; Folder 5; Item 015-040; Items 23-41, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "A New Method"; An article about the use of Phosphorescent Zinc Sulphide [sic] to alter the backgrounds behind fingerprints.; author n.a.; The Police Review and Parade Gossip, v. 41, p. 94; 1 page; DF 841; 1933/08/11

Box 15b; Folder 5; Item 015-041; Items 23-41, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "New Finger-Print Bureau"; An article about the need and launch of a Finger-print and Photographic Bureau that was addressed at a meeting of the Worcestershire Standing Joint Committee.; author n.a.; The Police Review and Parade Gossip, v. 41, p. 199; 1 page; DF 841; 1933/09/29

Box 15b; Folder 6; Item 015-042; Items 42-48, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Mr. A. J. Kearney"; An article about Kearney, who has completed the University of Applied Science course, is a fingerprint expert, and operating a Bureau of Identification in Philadelphia. Magazine's editorial on the back.; author n.a.; Finger Print Magazine, v. 3, no. 9, front page; 1 page; DF n.a.; 1922/03

Box 15b; Folder 6; Item 015-043; Items 42-48, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "Pioneer Finger Print Official Retires from Government Service"; An article on Christopher Columbus Bennett, who retired after 31 years of service and is known for being the first to fingerprint a US chief executive and a chief justice. Article about the capture using fingerprints of a Kentucky Felon, Weldon Stadler aka Samuel Wilson Montgomery, who was living in New York.; author n.a.; Finger Print Magazine, p. 20; 1 page; DF n.a.; 1949/02

Box 15b; Folder 6; Item 015-044; Items 42-48, Journal/Magazine; Edward Henry; "A Century of Progress"; An article as tribute to Sir Edward Richard Henry on the 100th anniversary of his birth. Also contains article "The Henry Key and the Bedouh" by Harry J. Myers II, and Frances Valerie Willard, on the pages between, p. 17-19.; Moore, Robert E.; Finger Print Magazine, p. 16, 20; 2 pages; DF n.a.; 1950/11

Box 15b; Folder 6; Item 015-045; Items 42-48, Journal/Magazine; fingerprints; "What Did the Irish Know About Finger Prints in 1689?"; An article about using fingerprints as signatures on historical documents in Ireland. Pictures of church found in and the document in the article.; Thomas, Morriston; Finger Print Magazine, p. 3-6; 2 pages; DF n.a.; 1948/11

Box 15b; Folder 6; Item 015-046; Items 42-48, Journal/Magazine; Vucetich; "Juan Vucetich--The Juridical and Social Significance of His Work"; An article on the police officer and fingerprint pioneer who did most of his work at La Plata, Argentina.; Rodriguez, Sislan; Finger Print Magazine, p. 3-4, 19; 2 pages; DF n.a.; 1948/09

Box 15b; Folder 6; Item 015-047; Items 42-48, Journal/Magazine; Edward Henry; "The Henry System Semi-Centennial"; Parts 1 and 2 of the article, which is in a tribute issue to E. R. Henry's work. Also mentions Purkinje, Faulds, Herschel, Vucetich, Galton, and Bertillon.; Myers, Harry J.; Finger Print Magazine, v. 31, no. 12, p. 3-14; 7 pages; DF n.a.; 1950/06

Box 15b; Folder 6; Item 015-048; Items 42-48, Journal/Magazine; identification; "Identification Section of the Argentine Federal Police"; Parts 1 and 2 of the history of identification office of the police dept. of Argentina.; Preller, Oscar Roberto; Finger Print Magazine, p. 3-25; 12 pages; DF n.a.; 1949/04

Box 16; Folder 1; Item 016-001; Items 1-8, Newspaper; multiple births; "By Gemini"; News brief on several born sets of sextuplets, quadruplets, twins, etc.; author n.a.; Newsweek, p. 94; 1 page; DF 1019; 1944/04/10

Box 16; Folder 1; Item 016-002; Items 1-8, Newspaper; fingerprints; "Identification by Finger-Prints"; A letter to the editor on placing too much credit on Edward Henry's fingerprint work and not enough on Francis Galton. Photocopies.; Darwin, George; The Times; 2 leaves; DF 670; n.d.

Box 16; Folder 1; Item 016-003; Items 1-8, Newspaper; fingerprints; "Finger Printing Held to Be Legal"; News brief on how officers are permitted to take fingerprints of those they arrest in San Francisco, CA.; author n.a.; The United States Daily, p. 2; 1 leaf; DF 390; 1931/06/24

Box 16; Folder 1; Item 016-004; Items 1-8, Newspaper; fingerprints; "Everybody's Fingerprint Should Be Kept on File"; The author interviews Capt. Joseph A. Faurot, Chief of the NYPD Criminal Identification Bureau, on the methods, uses, acquisitions, etc. of fingerprints.; Marshall, Edward; New York Times, p. 3; 1 page; DF 699; 1912/05/26

Box 16; Folder 1; Item 016-005; Items 1-8, Newspaper; fingerprints and footprints; "Foot Prints and Finger Prints to Identify City Foundlings"; The author interviews Officer Harrington on the cases of orphaned children in New York. Also, comments on Capt. Faurot's insistence on all babies getting "Bertillon", which means women and children just get printed, not the system of full body measurements intended for adult males.; Forrester, Izola; The World Magazine, p. 17; 1 page; DF 651; 1915/12/05

Box 16; Folder 1; Item 016-006; Items 1-8, Newspaper; fingerprints; "Fingerprint Records Viewed as Valuable in Civil Service"; Using fingerprints to identify criminals, critics of fingerprinting, printing for records, etc.; author n.a.; The United States Daily, p. 4; 1 page; DF 241; 1931/07/29

Box 16; Folder 1; Item 016-007; Items 1-8, Newspaper; identification; "The Metropolitan Police, VI. Identification"; The uncertainty of old/ordinary methods, Bertillon and fingerprint systems, advantages of fingerprints, etc. Photocopy.; author n.a.; The Times; 1 page; DF 664; 1909/01/04

Box 16; Folder 1; Item 016-008; Items 1-8, Newspaper; Edward Henry; "Sir Edward Henry, Finger-Prints for Crime Detection"; A full length obituary for the fingerprint pioneer.; author n.a.; The Times; 5 leaves; DF 1334; 1931/02/21

Box 16; Folder 2; Item 016-009; Items 9-13, Newspaper; fingerprints; "Identification by Finger-Prints"; Three letters to the editor in response to a previous article in the paper, and a response to George Darwin's letter (collection item # 016-002) about Henry and Galton's role in fingerprint systems. Three letters, one from the paper's correspondent, photocopy.; Pedler, Alex and M. D.; The Times; 1 leaf; DF 671; n.d.

Box 16; Folder 2; Item 016-010; Items 9-13, Newspaper; identification; "The Identification of Prisoners"; A letter to the editor about the new methods of prisoner identification, including printing and Bertillon, etc. Photocopy.; author n.a.; The Times; 1 leaf; DF 661; n.d.

Box 16; Folder 2; Item 016-011; Items 9-13, Newspaper; fingerprints; "Der Erfinder der Daktylolkopie"; An article about Faulds, Bertillon, dactyloscopy, etc. In German, entire paper.; Benedift, Rlothilde; Neues Wiener Journal, p. 3; 1 leaf; DF 947; 1922/06/19

Box 16; Folder 2; Item 016-012; Items 9-13, Newspaper; identity; "Care of Criminals, The Opening Sessions of the National Prison Congress, A System of Registration Urgently Needed"; News article on the National Prison Association, O'Neill Bill, doubtful identity, etc. Whole paper.; author n.a.; The Boston Herald, p. 3; 1 leaf; DF 997; 1888/07/17

Box 16; Folder 2; Item 016-013; Items 9-13, Newspaper; investigation; title n.a.; Series of clippings about the evidence, witnesses, etc. in the trial of Alfred deMarigny, who allegedly killed his father-in-law, Harry Oakes, but was acquitted of the crime--from Nassau, Bahamas Associated Press. Various articles list E. V. W. Jones as author. Articles "Little Finger" and "De Marigny Finale" from Newsweek. Clipping leaves glued to pages.; author n.a.; no pub info; 7 pages; DF 1339; 1943

Box 16; Folder 3; Item 016-014; Items 14-20, Newspaper; missing persons; "The Kidnaping Menace"; J. Edgar Hoover, spread of kidnaping [sic], Lindbergh Baby, Roger Touhy, Harvey Bailey, Kidnap Scoreboard (list of those caught and their sentences), Bertillon cards with fingerprints, etc.; Wilson, Richard L.; The Minneapolis Tribune, p. 1-; 3 leaves; DF 614; 1934/03/25

Box 16; Folder 3; Item 016-015; Items 14-20, Newspaper; fingerprints; "Fingerprints Sorted Automatically"; A photo of a machine that sorts prints automatically.; author n.a.; The Minneapolis Tribune, p. 17; 1 page; DF 890; 1936/05/14

Box 16; Folder 3; Item 016-016; Items 14-20, Newspaper; palm and fingerprints; "Science On New Track"; Dr. Harold Cummins and the characteristics of finger, palmprints and their influence/indications in heredity, diseases, etc.; Lewis, Flannery; New Orleans Item, p. 6; 2 leaves; DF 1087; 1946/03/12

Box 16; Folder 3; Item 016-017; Items 14-20, Newspaper; Father Gapon; "Mysteries of History"; Red Sunday--where an uprising by the working class against the Russian czar, was led by George Gapon and backfired when the guards killed the protestors. Somehow Gapon escaped but it is unknown what happened to him afterwards.; Terhune, Albert Payson; no pub info; 1 leaf; DF 744; 1929

Box 16; Folder 3; Item 016-018; Items 14-20, Newspaper; Faulds; "Finger-Print Pioneer, Death of Dr. Faulds of Wolstanton"; A full length obituary about Faulds's life including his work in Japan, fingerprints, police, etc.; author n.a.; Evening Sentinel, no. 20405, front page; 1 page; DF 93; 1930/03/19

Box 16; Folder 3; Item 016-019; Items 14-20, Newspaper; investigation; "The Open Secret of Scotland Yard"; The author investigates the inner workings of Scotland Yard, cases, crime-solving, etc.; Gollomb, Joseph; Detective Story Magazine, p. 50-57; 5 pages; DF 804; 1920/04/13

Box 16; Folder 3; Item 016-020; Items 14-20, Newspaper; William Heirens; "Heirens, Chicago's Monster"; Brief summary of Heirens murder case(s) with several pictures spanning pages.; author n.a.; no pub info, p. 20-21; 2 pages; DF 1198; n.d.

Box 16; Folder 4; Item 016-021; Items 21-28, Newspaper; fingerprints; "3,000,000 Fingerprints in U. S. Files Trap Criminals"; The Dept. of Justice is nearing record registered criminal fingerprints, uses, cases, etc.; author n.a.; no pub info; 1 leaf; DF 726; 1932

Box 16; Folder 4; Item 016-022; Items 21-28, Newspaper; Andree expedition; "Hunters Pick Up Boat Hook With Name"; The author's expedition finds the remains of camp, bodies, etc. of the Salomon Andree expedition in frozen Norway. Followed by AP additional brief.; Horn, Gunnar; no pub info; 2 leaves; DF 553; 1930

Box 16; Folder 4; Item 016-023; Items 21-28, Newspaper; fingerprints; "Alien Registration and Finger Printing Again to Be Sought"; Ohio Representative Cable wishes to renew effort for all aliens in the U. S. to register for national safeguarding. Continued on back/second page.; author n.a.; The United States Daily, v. VI, no. 131, front page & p. 2; 1 page; DF 1021; 1931/08/05

Box 16; Folder 4; Item 016-024; Items 21-28, Newspaper; identification; "Payments Through Telegram by P.O. Savings Bank"; In a letter to the editor, the author believes that the more the services of the post office extend, the more proof if identification is needed. He suggest fingerprints. Photocopy.; Galton, Francis; The Times; 1 leaf; DF 662; n.d.

Box 16; Folder 4; Item 016-025; Items 21-28, Newspaper; identification; "Identification"; A letter to the editor in which the author discusses the resolution of the British Association at Edinburgh in which inquiries into the utility, cost, and efficiency of the anthropometric identification system in France were introduced. Photocopy.; Galton, Francis; The Times; 1 leaf; DF 663; 1893/07/07

Box 16; Folder 4; Item 016-026; Items 21-28, Newspaper; identification; "Italy Stirred by a Mystery Man"; A man suffering from amnesia is claimed by two separate families, Canella and Bruneri, after being found in a Collegno graveyard. Canella, a wealthy family of the professor, takes him home first and has another child with him but eventually the courts find him to be Bruneri. He is placed in a sanitarium after the trial, as the name makes no difference as to his mental state.; Deri, Emery; The St. Paul Pioneer Press, magazine section, p. 4; 1 page; DF 789; 1929/05/19

Box 16; Folder 4; Item 016-027; Items 21-28, Newspaper; fingerprints; "Victim of Train is Identified by Chief of Police as Meyers"; Police Chief John R. MacDonald used fingerprints to identify the body of a Southern Pacific train accident as Floyd Meyers, an Iowa locomotive engineer.; author n.a.; Tulare Advance-Register, v. XLVIII, no. 75, front page; 1 page; DF 431; 1930/09/27

Box 16; Folder 4; Item 016-028; Items 21-28, Newspaper; identification; title n.a.; Identifying habitual criminals through Bertillon and Galton systems, their use in police departments, redefining criminal classification, practicality, etc.; author n.a.; The Times, p. 10; 2 leaves; DF 672; 1894/03/19

Box 16; Folder 5; Item 016-029; Items 29-35, Newspaper; photography; "An Early Daguerreotype"; A letter to the editor about Daguerre's means of photographing the human face, etc. Photocopy.; Herschel, W.; The Times; 1 leaf; DF 676; 1893/04/10

Box 16; Folder 5; Item 016-030; Items 29-35, Newspaper; fingerprints; "Unusual Clews Figure in Death Case"; A photograph with summary of murder trial of Percy Harry Eberly, Melvin Earl Hatch, etc.; author n.a.; Los Angeles Times, v. XLIX, front page; 1 page; DF 233; 1930/09/25

Box 16; Folder 5; Item 016-031; Items 29-35, Newspaper; fingerprints; "Science is Getting Criminals' 'Goat'"; Criminals have resorted to trying skin grafting on their fingers to alter prints, but officials claim efforts are futile.; Coontz, John L.; Public Ledger; 1 page; DF 609; 1934/02/18

Box 16; Folder 5; Item 016-032; Items 29-35, Newspaper; fingerprints; "Woman Fingerprint Expert Enjoys Her Work"; Millicent Weber Cooper, first woman in the Bureau of Identification, and her work on the force.; author n.a.; no pub info; 1 leaf; DF 645; n.d.

Box 16; Folder 5; Item 016-033a; Items 29-35, Newspaper; fingerprints; "The Crosskey Finger Print System"; The author writes a review of a book previously listed in the publication on Crosskey's new ideas for classifying fingerprints.; Robert; The Police Review and Parade Gossip, p. 600; 1 page; DF 646; 1923/11/09

Box 16; Folder 5; Item 016-033b; Items 29-35, Newspaper; fingerprints; "Our Police Library"; The Crosskey Single Finger Print System by Walter C. S. Crosskey is reviewed, quoted, H. Faulds, E. R. Henry, etc.; author n.a.; The Police Review and Parade Gossip; 1 leaf; DF 646; 1923/10/26

Box 16; Folder 5; Item 016-033c; Items 29-35, Newspaper; fingerprints; "The Single Finger Print Identification System"; Advertisement for the book by Walter C. S. Crosskey, price, purchase address.; author n.a.; The Round World Bulletin of Missing [Persons]; 1 leaf; DF 646; n.d.

Box 16; Folder 5; Item 016-034; Items 29-35, Newspaper; fingerprints; "Taking America's Fingerprints"; Print system traps old criminals, such as Clarence Arters, movement to print all of the country, filing prints with federal government, etc. Pictures included of mentioned news.; Universal Service; Herald-American Pictorial Review, IV-8; 1 page; DF 1046; 1942/08/23

Box 16; Folder 5; Item 016-035; Items 29-35, Newspaper; fingerprints; "Millions of Fingerprints, War Increases Tasks of Identification"; Many young workers must file thousands of fingerprints of incoming service men, volunteering civilians, sorting by machine, etc.; White, James D.; The St. Paul Pioneer Press; 1 page; DF 1047; 1943/05/30

Box 16; Folder 6; Item 016-036; Items 36-41, Newspaper; fingerprints; "The Discovery of Finger-Prints"; A letter to the editor about the difference between tip-marks and fingerprints, their use in India, etc. Photocopy.; Herschel, W. J.; The Times; 2 leaves; DF 675; 1909/02/12

Box 16; Folder 6; Item 016-037; Items 36-41, Newspaper; fingerprints; "Finger-Marks"; Identifying old criminals, fallibility of photographs, palmistry, W. Herschel, India, etc. Photocopy.; author n.a.; St. James's Budget, p. 7, [1007]; 1 page; DF 938; 1880/12/24

Box 16; Folder 6; Item 016-038; Items 36-41, Newspaper; fingerprints; "Identification by Finger-Prints"; A letter to the editor in response to George Darwin's last letter to the editor, in which Darwin placed too much credit on Francis Galton's work and not enough on William Herschel.; Cotton, Henry; The Times; 2 leaves; DF 222; 1909/01/04

Box 16; Folder 6; Item 016-039; Items 36-41, Newspaper; fingerprints; "The Discovery of Finger-Prints"; A letter to the editor about the debate of the first users of fingerprint systems and the author's own involvement, etc. Photocopy.; Herschel, W. J.; The Times; 2 leaves; DF 1025; 1909/01/26

Box 16; Folder 6; Item 016-040; Items 36-41, Newspaper; fingerprints; "Identification by Finger-Prints"; A letter to the editor where the author clarifies his own work, stance, history, etc. as rebuttal against previous letters to the editor about the origin of fingerprint systems. Photocopy.; Galton, Francis; The Times; 1 leaf; DF 660; 1909/01/13

Box 16; Folder 6; Item 016-041; Items 36-41, Newspaper; fingerprints; "Why There Are No Misprints in Fingerprints"; Discusses cases where print evidence solved the crime, pictures of prints. Cut-up, but seems like entire article.; Sayford, Irving S.; Public Ledger--Philadelphia, p. 6; 1 page; DF 652; 1922/11/05

Box 16; Folder 7; Item 016-042; Items 42-43, Newspaper; fingerprints; "Who Left the Forged Finger Prints?"; Rubber stamps hold impressions of fingerprints to mislead police of Scotland Yard in a case pertaining to stolen silver.; author n.a.; The Denver Post, Magazine Section; 1 page; DF 601; 1923/02/04

Box 16; Folder 7; Item 016-043; Items 42-43, Newspaper; fingerprints; "The Discovery of Fingerprints"; A letter to the editor regarding details added by the author on illiterate people, and missed by Herschel's own previous letter. Photocopy; Mallet, R. T.; The Times; 2 pages; DF 677; 1909/02/02

Box 17; Folder 1; Item 017-001; Items 1-7, Patent; identification; "Controlling Device for Subsequently Identifying Persons at a Business, Negotiations, and the Like"; Inventor from Zurich, Switzerland. Patent 1,094,073 Serial No. 756,753. Time stamps and photographs used together with transactions.; Ilg, Alfred; United States Patent Office; 5 pages; DF 341; 1914/04/21

Box 17; Folder 1; Item 017-002; Items 1-7, Patent; fingerprints; "Identification Device"; Inventor from Boston, Massachusetts. Patent 964,499 Serial No. 438,583. Obtaining fingerprints off of accessories.; Delabarre, Frank A.; United States Patent Office; 3 pages; DF 342; 1910/07/19

Box 17; Folder 1; Item 017-003; Items 1-7, Patent; identification; "Identifying Device"; Inventor from Walker, Minnesota. Patent 948,099 Serial No. 495,784. Device to identify one's material belongings in public, such as at a coat or hat check.; Lott, George W.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 343; 1910/02/01

Box 17; Folder 1; Item 017-004; Items 1-7, Patent; identification; "Identifying Device"; Inventors from Auburn, New York. Patent 385,106 Serial No. 267,406. Device to identify unrecognizable people/bodies, such as after a fire.; Fitch, Edwin R. and Cyrenus Wheeler, Jr.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 344; 1888/06/26

Box 17; Folder 1; Item 017-005; Items 1-7, Patent; identification; "Identification Exhibitor"; Inventors from Portland, Oregon. Patent 1,444,669 Serial No. 546,976. Object to provide an illuminated box with translucent side, over which is a stencil plate with identification.; Dillard, William J. and Theodore F. Shepler; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 345; 1922/03/27

Box 17; Folder 1; Item 017-006; Items 1-7, Patent; identification; "Device for Identifying Garments and Headwear"; Inventor from Woodward, Oklahoma. Patent 890,530 Serial No. 378,483. Simple device to temporarily mark garments for easy identification in places where articles of many people are placed together.; Ross, Isaac Smith; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 346; 1908/06/09

Box 17; Folder 1; Item 017-007; Items 1-7, Patent; identification; "Identification Device"; Inventor from Newark, New Jersey. Patent 1,674,739 Serial No. 58,224. A band to close an umbrella around the ribs which also includes means of identification.; Post, Jessie L.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 347; 1928/06/26

Box 17; Folder 2; Item 017-008; Items 8-14, Patent; fingerprints; "Fingerprint-Taking Device"; Inventor from Sonthofen, Allgau, Germany. Patent 1,672,206 Serial No. 159,397. A self-contained, small device with ink pad for taking fingerprints.; Gehring, Rudolf; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 348; 1928/06/05

Box 17; Folder 2; Item 017-009; Items 8-14, Patent; identification; "Identification Certification for Motor Vehicles"; Inventor(s) from Arlington and Dallas Texas. Patent 1,556,895 Serial No. 643,313. A way to categorize a vehicle on a certificate that will help identify it in case of theft, etc.; Ayers, William C., Isaac B. Cantrell and Tom L. Randolph; United States Patent Office; 3 pages; DF 349; 1925/10/13

Box 17; Folder 2; Item 017-010; Items 8-14, Patent; identification; "Mother and Child Identification Means"; Inventor from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Patent 1,543,270 Serial No. 447,762. A chain with a number and a security clasp that assures the mother it is her child in the hospital.; Abronski, John V.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 350; 1925/06/23

Box 17; Folder 2; Item 017-011; Items 8-14, Patent; identification; "Case for Identification Papers"; Inventor from Grand Rapids, Michigan. Patent 1,541,515 Serial No. 735,185. An improved appliance for carrying important documents (wear, moisture, security, etc.); Laraway, William H.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 351; 1925/06/09

Box 17; Folder 2; Item 017-012; Items 8-14, Patent; identification; "Identification-Plate"; Inventor from Roslindale, Massachusetts. Patent 799,997 Serial No. 233,736. A device for employee uniform caps to identify workers.; MacLellan, Daniel; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 332; 1905/09/19

Box 17; Folder 2; Item 017-013; Items 8-14, Patent; identification; "Identification-Card"; Inventor from New York, New York. Patent 776,560 Serial No. 203,801. A designed identification card with specifically designated information.; Smith, Louis Lum; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 333; 1904/12/06

Box 17; Folder 2; Item 017-014; Items 8-14, Patent; identification; "Identification-Card"; Inventor from New York, New York. Patent 751, 247 Serial No. 149,482. A designed identification card with photo, signature, and for practical applications/information.; Behrendt, Barnim L.; United States Patent Office; 3 pages; DF 334; 1904/02/02

Box 17; Folder 3; Item 017-015; Items 15-22, Patent; identification; "Identification Device"; Inventor from New York, New York. Patent 1,450,854 Serial No. 568,842. A small, water tight device with a slip of identification paper that is split to open and not reusable afterwards.; Hennech, Arthur B.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 335; 1923/04/03

Box 17; Folder 3; Item 017-016; Items 15-22, Patent; identification; "Method of Identification"; Inventor from San Francisco, California. Patent 752,617 Serial No. 109,584. A method of looking, measuring, and identifying a person using a photograph.; DePue, Frank H.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 336; 1904/02/16

Box 17; Folder 3; Item 017-017; Items 15-22, Patent; identification; "Identification Device"; Inventor from St. Louis, Missouri. Patent 759,866 Serial No. 124,192. A device for a "triple-check" system for reviewing freight.; Conley, Harry; United States Patent Office; 3 pages; DF 337; 1904/05/17

Box 17; Folder 3; Item 017-018; Items 15-22, Patent; identification; "Identification Device"; Inventor from Atchison, Kansas. Patent 919,983 Serial No. 398,098. A device for identification with grips, trunks, parcels, key rings, etc.; Walsh, John; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 338; 1909/04/27

Box 17; Folder 3; Item 017-019; Items 15-22, Patent; identification; "Identification Device"; Inventor from Trenton, New Jersey. Patent 997,342 Serial No. 572,922. A wallet-sized device to contain identification for a variety of uses.; Thompson, James Harry; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 339; 1911/07/11

Box 17; Folder 3; Item 017-020; Items 15-22, Patent; identification; "Illuminating Identification Device"; Inventors from Brookline and Boston Massachusetts. Patent 997,960 Serial No. 425,499. A lighting device used on vehicles to illuminate identification numbers from behind.; Briggs, Frederick L.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 340; 1911/07/18

Box 17; Folder 3; Item 017-021; Items 15-22, Patent; identification; ""Identifying Tag"; Inventor from Evanston, Illinois. Patent 1,563,371 Serial No. 146. A tag that more specifically identifies wires, cords, tubing, etc.; Jones, Howard B.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 301; 1925/12/01

Box 17; Folder 3; Item 017-022; Items 15-22, Patent; identification; "Identification Tag"; Inventor from De Foreest Corporation in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Patent 1,583,626 Serial No. 6,354. A device for vehicle identification which cannot be removed without mutilation.; Swarts, Harry J.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 302; 1926/05/04

Box 17; Folder 4; Item 017-023; Items 23-30, Patent; identification; "Identification Device for Attache Cases, Hand Bags, Pouches, or Other Articles"; Inventor from Birmingham, England. Patent 1,618,073 Serial No. 135,420. A device to secure identification in a neat, effective manner.; Flint, Clarence; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 303; 1927/02/15

Box 17; Folder 4; Item 017-024; Items 23-30, Patent; fingerprints; "Identification Tag"; Inventor from U. S. Navy, Alexandria, Virginia. Patent 1,246,753 Serial No. 182,331. A tag that can be worn or carried, which has basic information on the front (such as name, date of birth, etc.) and a fingerprint sealed on the back.; Taylor, James H.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 304; 1917/11/13

Box 17; Folder 4; Item 017-025; Items 23-30, Patent; fingerprints; "Identifying Apparatus"; Inventor from Memphis, Tennessee. Patent 1,540,148 Serial No. 676,550. A more convenient device to take fingerprints.; Waggener, Paul N.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 305; 1925/06/02

Box 17; Folder 4; Item 017-026; Items 23-30, Patent; identification; "Identification Device and Process for Making Same"; Inventor from Fedco Number Plate Corp, New York, New York. Patent 1,656,928 Serial No. 13,491. An improved device and method for making identification plates more quick and cheap in bulk.; Wheeler, William H.; United States Patent Office; 5 pages; DF 306; 1928/01/24

Box 17; Folder 4; Item 017-027; Items 23-30, Patent; fingerprints; "Identification Blotter"; Inventor from Sacramento, California. Patent 1,667,542 Serial No. 39,524. The suggested method of preventing fraud by taking fingerprints via blotter, which is somehow unknowingly incorporated into the handling of papers, such as on a check.; Flanagan, James L.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 307; 1928/04/24

Box 17; Folder 4; Item 017-028; Items 23-30, Patent; identification; "Workman's Identification-Badge"; Inventor from Columbus, Ohio. Patent 1,298,273 Serial No. 228,773. An identifying badge for workmen of warehouses and etc. that has a picture, number, etc. and is not easily altered as to prevent espionage.; Auld, Frederick Howard; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 308; 1919/03/25

Box 17; Folder 4; Item 017-029; Items 23-30, Patent; identification; "Identification Device"; Inventor from E. I. Du Pont de Nemours and Co., Wilmington, Delaware. Patent 1,224,038 Serial No. 148,929. A pocket device that has a number, picture, and possible company imprint on back to prevent fraud.; Sylvester, Richard; United States Patent Office; 3 pages; DF 309; 1917/04/24

Box 17; Folder 4; Item 017-030; Items 23-30, Patent; identification; "Identification Device"; Inventor from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Patent 1,225,324 Serial No. 113,686. A device with a small compartment attached to a plate, inside of which is identifying information on paper.; Goldbeck, Charles F.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 310; 1917/05/08

Box 17; Folder 5; Item 017-031; Items 31-38, Patent; identification; "Identification Device"; Inventor from Montclair, New Jersey. Patent 1,214,222 Serial No. 48,171. A device for women which attaches to a corset and contains identification information.; Ryerson, Marie F.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 311; 1917/01/30

Box 17; Folder 5; Item 017-032; Items 31-38, Patent; fingerprints; "Identification Device"; Inventor from Guadalajara, Mexico. Patent 1,073,036 Serial No. 698,551. A device used to prevent fraud of checks, etc., that secures the finger in a certain position so that each time it is used, the finger is in the exact position as before.; Fuchs, Ernesto; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 312; 1913/09/09

Box 17; Folder 5; Item 017-033; Items 31-38, Patent; identification; "Identification Holder"; Inventor from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Patent 1,427,891 Serial No. 511,502. A bracelet device for intended hospital use which provides a simple, cheap, durable, accessible, sanitary, etc. means of identification.; Ziegler, Charles E.; United States Patent Office; 3 pages; DF 313; 1922/09/05

Box 17; Folder 5; Item 017-034; Items 31-38, Patent; identification; "Identification System"; Inventor from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1/3 to H. C. Evert & Co. Patent 792,312 Serial No. 192,982. A method of producing postage stamps with particular perforations for easy identification if theft, etc. occurs.; Bush, Charles Franklin; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 314; 1905/06/13

Box 17; Folder 5; Item 017-035; Items 31-38, Patent; identification; "Method of Identifying Articles and Such Identified Article"; Inventor(s) of New York, New York, Firm of Sanderson & Porter. Patent 883,778 Serial No. 362,288. A method of identifying articles, such as railroad ties, by secret or code indications.; Boyle, James M. and etc.; United States Patent Office; 3 pages; DF 315; 1908/04/07

Box 17; Folder 5; Item 017-036; Items 31-38, Patent; identification; "Identification Device"; Inventor from St. Louis, Missouri. Patent 846,586 Serial No. 303,035. "Means of which catgut or similar substances preserved in tincture of iodin and enclosed in sealed or imperforate glass tubes my be identified..." 2 copies.; Lukens, Clarence D.; United States Patent Office; 4 pages; DF 316; 1907/03/12

Box 17; Folder 5; Item 017-037; Items 31-38, Patent; identification; "Means of Identification"; Inventor from Huntsville, Arkansas. Patent 1,410,598 Serial No. 510,512. A system where small devices with identifying information are used to verify vehicle ownership, whereas one device is held by the owner and the other on the vehicle.; Reeves, John C.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 317; 1922/03/28

Box 17; Folder 5; Item 017-038; Items 31-38, Patent; identification; "Identification Device"; Inventor from Marion, Ohio. Patent 1,338,181 Serial No. 297,319. A device that can be used/attached to keys to help find them if missing or other means.; Kalkbrenner, George; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 318; 1920/04/27

Box 17; Folder 6; Item 017-039; Items 39-45, Patent; identification; "Identification Means"; Inventor from Hull, Quebec, Canada. Patent 1,350,070 Serial No. 249,733. A method of identification/ownership via a compartment containing an information card added to small devices of personal belongings, such as jewelry, chains, guns, pens, razors, etc.; Couture, Josaphat; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 319; 1920/04/17

Box 17; Folder 6; Item 017-040; Items 39-45, Patent; identification; "Identification Device"; Inventor from Burlington, Vermont. Patent 1,350,275 Serial No. 236,297. A device used on handles in identification of canes, umbrellas, etc.; Gafinowitz, Goodman; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 320; 1920/08/17

Box 17; Folder 6; Item 017-041; Items 39-45, Patent; identification; "Identification Device"; Inventor from Brooklyn, New York. Patent 1,371,925 Serial No. 366,027. A necklace with lettered beads applied to spell out name of the baby that is to wear it to prevent identity mistakes.; Morgenthaler, Herbert Jacob William; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 321; 1921/03/15

Box 17; Folder 6; Item 017-042; Items 39-45, Patent; identification; "Identification Device for Business Transactions"; Inventor(s) from Yellow Springs and Springfield, Ohio. Patent 862,479 Serial No. 307,757. A wallet-like device with picture, number, signature, etc. for business transactions such as railway tickets, letters of credit, etc.; Hopkins, Albertson F. and Edgar B. Gorsuch; United States Patent Office; 3 pages; DF 322; 1907/08/06

Box 17; Folder 6; Item 017-043; Items 39-45, Patent; identification; "Identification Device and Method of Producing Same"; Inventor from Mesne Assignments (and Fedco Number Plate Corp.), New York, New York. Patent 1,655,483 Serial No. 677,017. A new plate-like device and method for manufacturing means of identifying vehicles.; Wheeler, William H.; United States Patent Office; 3 pages; DF 323; 1927/06/03

Box 17; Folder 6; Item 017-044; Items 39-45, Patent; identification; "Identifying Tag"; Inventor from St. Louis, Missouri. Patent 1,621,810 Serial No. 652,469. A small tag that is waterproof, inexpensive to attach to plants for identification.; Rice, Charles M.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 324; 1923/07/19

Box 17; Folder 6; Item 017-045; Items 39-45, Patent; identification; "Identification Card Case"; Inventor from Scarsdale, New York. Patent 1,613,414 Serial No. 123,424. A wallet-like device to contain identification cards.; Schickerling, Alfred; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 325; 1926/07/19

Box 17; Folder 7; Item 017-046; Items 46-49, Patent; identification; "Identification Device"; Inventor from McKeesport, Pennsylvania. Patent 1,463,755 Serial No. 611,077. A compartment inside of handles, such as on an umbrella, that slides out and contains an information card.; West, Victor E.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 326; 1923/07/31

Box 17; Folder 7; Item 017-047; Items 46-49, Patent; identification; "Identification Tag"; Inventors from Baltimore, Maryland. Patent 1,469,100 Serial No. 549,400. A tag to attach to clothing articles when sent to be laundered that will have a number for retrieval and won't hurt articles.; Mitchell, Charles F. and Charles R. Boesche; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 327; 1923/09/25

Box 17; Folder 7; Item 017-048; Items 46-49, Patent; identification; "Identification Device"; Inventor from Stoughton, Wisconsin. Patent 1,149,929 795,155. A pin-like, hollow device that contains an identification card in case the wearer is lost, dead, etc. and needs identified.; Luethi, Fredrick C.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 328; 1915/08/10

Box 17; Folder 7; Item 017-049; Items 46-49, Patent; identification; "Identification Device"; Inventor from Richmond, Virginia. Patent 1,034,107 Serial No. 645,692. A small, hollow ball-like device which holds an identification tag inside and attaches to baggage, umbrellas, etc.; Guy, George S.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 329; 1912/07/30

Box 18; Folder 1; Item 018-001; Items 1-8, Patent; identification; "Identification Clamp"; Inventor of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Patent 1,470,280 Serial No. 553,818. A clamping device with initials, etc. that can be used on shoes, coats, hats, etc. for school children and others that must track apparel.; McCulloch, Herbert V.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 283; 1923/10/09

Box 18; Folder 1; Item 018-002; Items 1-8, Patent; identification; "Identification Device"; Inventor from New York, New York. Patent 1,474,861 Serial No. 528,433. A device that attaches to umbrellas, parasols, etc.; Thorp, Arline Nora Cynthia; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 284; 1923/11/20

Box 18; Folder 1; Item 018-003; Items 1-8, Patent; identification; "Identification Device"; Inventor from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Patent 697,846 Serial No. 85,423. A plate-like key device that improves/is a component of Letters Patent 513,150 by Jacob Saudek.; Hyde, Charles A.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 285; 1902/04/15

Box 18; Folder 1; Item 018-004; Items 1-8, Patent; identification; "Identifying Device"; Inventor from Boston, Massachusetts. Patent 692,173 Serial No. 36,724. A key ring device with identifying information.; Wilber, Isaac L.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 286; 1902/01/28

Box 18; Folder 1; Item 018-005; Items 1-8, Patent; identification; "Identifying Device"; Inventor from Detroit, Michigan. Patent 601,869 Serial No. 643,818. A small tablet-like device for identifying the person holding it in emergencies.; Busch, George Wm.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 287; 1898/04/05

Box 18; Folder 1; Item 018-006; Items 1-8, Patent; identification; "Identifying Device"; Inventor from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Patent 661,641 Serial No. 4,832. A thick, bracelet-shaped device that attaches to pipes, bicycles, umbrellas, etc. and has information.; Henrich, Julius; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 288; 1900/11/13

Box 18; Folder 1; Item 018-007; Items 1-8, Patent; fingerprints; "Identification Tag and Method of Making Same"; Inventor from Washington, District of Columbia. Patent 1,499,955 Serial No. 328,121. A tag with a fingerprint, name, and number for identification and the method of making the same.; Stoddard, Charles Judson; United States Patent Office; 3 pages; DF 289; 1919/10/03

Box 18; Folder 1; Item 018-008; Items 1-8, Patent; identification; "Identification Device"; Inventor from Chicago, Illinois. Patent 481,448 Serial No. 354,512. A capsule-like device that holds a slip of identifying information.; Weeks, Ben H.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 290; 1892/08/23

Box 18; Folder 2; Item 018-009; Items 9-16, Patent; identification; "Identification-Card"; Inventor from Mesne Assignments, New York, New York. Patent 462,584 Serial No. 321, 783. A method of arranging/making a personal information card, with signature, birthday, citizenship, notary seal, etc.; Pincus, Henry; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 291; 1891/11/03

Box 18; Folder 2; Item 018-010; Items 9-16, Patent; identification; "Identity-Indicator"; Inventor from Identity Indicator Co., Ltd., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Patent 458,126 Serial No. 370,481. A hollow, capsule-like device that contains a slip of personal information in case of emergencies.; Goldbeck, Charles F.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 292; 1891/08/18

Box 18; Folder 2; Item 018-011; Items 9-16, Patent; identification; "Identifying Device"; Inventors from Auburn, New York. Patent 385,106 Serial No. 267,406. A small, fire resistant case with an identifying plate inside, particularly to identify unrecognizable fire victims. Copy 2 (DF 344).; Fitch, Edwin R. and Cyrenus Wheeler, Jr.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 293; 1888/06/26

Box 18; Folder 2; Item 018-012; Items 9-16, Patent; identification; "Identification Device"; Inventor from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Patent 513,150 Serial No. 451,590. A series of indicator, record book, and check devices used together by banks to ensure identity.; Saudek, Jacob; United States Patent Office; 4 pages; DF 294; 1894/01/23

Box 18; Folder 2; Item 018-013; Items 9-16, Patent; fingerprints; "Identification Device"; Inventor from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Patent 1,322,293 Serial No. 298,544. A card-like device for identifying with name, signature, address, fingerprints, picture, etc. to be used for business purposes.; Effrig, John H.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 295; 1919/11/18

Box 18; Folder 2; Item 018-014; Items 9-16, Patent; identification; "Identification-Ring"; Inventor from Providence, Rhode Island. Patent 984,803 Serial No. 575,799. A ring that interconnects to another ring and has identifying engravings.; Dinuccio, Camillo; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 296; 1911/02/21

Box 18; Folder 2; Item 018-015; Items 9-16, Patent; fingerprints; "Fingerprint"; Inventor from Los Angeles, California. Patent 1,552,774 Serial No. 579,184. A method of preventing vehicle fraud/theft by using fingerprints on the registration/license.; Terrell, Joel; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 297; 1925/09/08

Box 18; Folder 2; Item 018-016; Items 9-16, Patent; identification; "Identification Device or Disk to Be Attached to Hand Bags or Other Goods of Leather or Like Material"; Inventors from Birmingham, England. Patent 1,560,682 Serial No. 8,252. A plate-like device that attaches to material for identification without detracting from appearance.; Bottom, Thomas and William Edward Finegan Fitzgerald; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 298; 1925/11/10

Box 18; Folder 3; Item 018-017; Items 17-20, Patent; identification; "Identification Device"; Inventor from Chicago, Illinois. Patent 1,558,406 Serial No. 758,692. A belt-buckle type of device with identifying information that shows when it is open.; Snyder, Fred W.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 299; 1925/10/20

Box 18; Folder 3; Item 018-018; Items 17-20, Patent; fingerprints; "Identification Certificate"; Inventor from Akron, Ohio. Patent 1,560,047 Serial No. 670,861. An identifying certificate with signatures and fingerprints of the bearer and validator.; Edwards, Jefferson P.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 300; 1925/11/03

Box 18; Folder 3; Item 018-019; Items 17-20, Patent; identification; "Identification-Ring"; Inventor from Minneapolis, Minnesota. Patent 1,182,254 Serial No. 42,539. Rings, such as diamond or wedding, with an embedding/interlocked capsule that contains identifying information of the bearer.; Cummins, Mary E. Nolan; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 330; 1916/05/09

Box 18; Folder 3; Item 018-020; Items 17-20, Patent; identification; "Identification-Tag"; Inventor from Watertown, Wisconsin with Brandt Cashier Co., Chicago, Illinois. Patent 785,399 Serial No. 219,464. A small tag with identifying information that claims ownership of keys, bags, umbrellas, etc.; Brandt, Edward J.; United States Patent Office; 2 pages; DF 331; 1905/03/21

Series 3) Doepner/Faulds--Reprints:

Box 19a; Folder 1; Item 019-001; fingerprints; "uber Fingerabdrucke aus dem malayischen Archipel"; Fingerprints from the Malaysian Islands. In German, appears to be a book chapter.; Grutzner, Gertrud; Verhandlungen Der Schweizer. Naturforschenden Gesellschaft, Basel, Teil II, pg 222-224; 1 page; DF 774; 1927

Box 19a; Folder 1; Item 019-002; identification; "Tagged for Good"; The Disabled American Veterans returns thousands of keys a year through a tagged key ring program. Photos by John Mendicino included.; author n.a.; Collier's, C-25; 1 leaf; DF 1268; n.d.

Box 19a; Folder 1; Item 019-003; dental identification; "Identification by the Teeth"; Methods/systems of identifying individuals when fingerprints aren't available. Government Printing Office.; Taylor, J. H.; United States Naval Medical Bulletin, v. 25, no. 1; 4 pages; DF 436; 1926

Box 19a; Folder 1; Item 019-004; fingerprints; "Changing of Fingerprints"; Fingerprint authenticity, use for identifying, and surgically altering them. Contains letter from the late author's secretary to Doepner dated 03/31/1941.; Updegraff, Howard L.; The American Journal of Surgery, New Series, v. XXVI, no. 3, pg 533-534; 2 pages; DF 1035; 1934

Box 19a; Folder 1; Item 019-005; identification; "International Biological Registration"; A call for all countries to follow suit with a registration system similar to the Norwegian one. Two pages special leaflet on said system enclosed.; Mjoen, Jon Alfred and Jon Bo; Eugenics Review, London; 5 pages; DF 251; 1924/10

Box 19a; Folder 1; Item 019-006; identification; "Proposal for a System for Identification and Protection of the Individual, International biological registration"; A proposed international system based in the Norwegian one. Two pages leaflet enclosed on topic. With pictures/examples.; Mjoen, Jon Alfred and Jon Bo; Atti del Primo Congresso Italiano di Eugenetica Sociale, Milano; 7 pages; DF 252; 1924/09

Box 19a; Folder 1; Item 019-007; palmistry; "An Investigation of the Linkage Relationships of the Blood Groups and Types with Hand Patterns and Handedness"; Research on the ties, if any, between palm prints, handedness, and blood groups.; Rife, D. C. and H. Warner Kloepfer; Ohio Journal of Science, v. XLIII, no. 4, p. 182-185; 2 pages; DF 1028; 1943/09

Box 19a; Folder 1; Item 019-008; fingerprints; "Thirty Years of Fingerprint Identification"; History of the program, its successes, many charts on statistics of program, etc.; author n.a.; FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin; 2 pages; DF 1206; 1954/07

Box 19a; Folder 2; Item 019-009; fingerprints; "Some Legal Aspects of Fingerprinting"; Discusses how fingerprints have grown in law enforcement, various works/pioneers dealing with the topic, and a list of important court cases that allowed prints as evidence. Same as transcription item no. 012-019.; author n.a.; FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin; 3 pages; DF 1203; 1938/11

Box 19a; Folder 2; Item 019-010; fingerprints; "Transmittal of Evidence for Latent Fingerprint Examination"; When obtaining evidence for fingerprints, use care in packing fragile materials, etc. With photos.; author n.a.; FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin; 3 pages; DF 1011; 1942/07-1942/08

Box 19a; Folder 2; Item 019-011; fingerprints; "On the Inheritance of the Finger-Print"; Galton's research, classification of prints, print collection issues, data tables of family prints, etc.; Elderton, Ethel M.; Biometrika, v. XIII, no. 1, p. 57-91; 17 pages; DF 79; 1920/10

Box 19a; Folder 2; Item 019-012; fingerprints; "Association of Finger-Prints"; Classification, statistics, deviations, formulas, etc. on fingerprints. Letter and receipt for reprint purchase enclosed.; Waite, H.; Biometrika, v. X, no. 4, p. 419-478; 32 pages; DF 448; 1915/05

Box 19a; Folder 3; Item 019-013; dermatoglyphics; "Dermatoglyphics in Comanche Indians"; An analysis of palm and fingerprints of 79 North American Comanche Indians investigating racial variation in said features.; Cummins, Harold and Marcus S. Goldstein; American Journal of Physical Anthropology, v. XVII, no. 2, p. 229-235; 3 pages; DF 615; 1932/10-1932/12

Box 19a; Folder 3; Item 019-014; dermatoglyphics; "Dermatoglyphics in Eskimos"; A racial analysis of palm, finger, and soleprints of 64 Eskimos that were donated to authors from Henry B. Collins, Jr. of the U. S. National Museum.; Cummins, Harold and Charles Midlo; American Journal of Physical Anthropology, v. XVI, no. 1, p. 41-49; 5 pages; DF 613; 1931/07-1931/09

Box 19a; Folder 3; Item 019-015; dermatoglyphics; "Dermatoglyphics in Jews"; A racial analysis of palm and soleprints to see if there is any common characteristics the race shares.; Cummins, Harold and Charles Midlo; American Journal of Physical Anthropology, v. X, no. 1, p. 91-113; 12 pages; DF 616; 1927/01-1927/03

Box 19a; Folder 3; Item 019-016; fingerprints; "Taking Finger Prints Upon Arrest"; Discussing fingerprinting as a more practical means of identifying criminals than photography, Bertillon, etc. Includes letter from American Bankers Asso. concerning reprint.; Moffat, Abbot Low; American Bar Association Journal; 2 pages; DF 248; 1926/03

Box 19a; Folder 3; Item 019-017; fingerprints; "The Detection of Finger Prints on Documents"; Approach to developing, taking, etc. fingerprints, and discussion of other people's methods..; Mitchell, C. Ainsworth; The Analyst; 3 pages; DF 639; 1920/04

Box 19a; Folder 3; Item 019-018; dental identification; "Identification by Dental Means"; Using dental records to identify victims in a case.; Rogers, Alfred Paul; Journal of the American Dental Association, v. XXIII, p. 181-189; 6 pages; DF 1105; 1936/02

Box 19a; Folder 3; Item 019-019; palmistry; "The Main-Line-Index and Transversality in the Palms of Australian Aborigines"; The author uses 84 aborigine bilateral palmprints using the methods of Cummins and Midlo to analyze.; Rao, P. D. Prasada; Oceania, V. XXXIV, no. 3, p. 211-224; 7 pages; DF 1327; 1964/03

Box 19a; Folder 4; Item 019-020; fingerprints; "A Sample of Fingerprints from Tongariki in the New Hebrides"; Analysis and data from 145 Tongariki people's fingerprints. 2 copies.; Mader, M. K.; Oceania, v. XXXV, no. 4, p. 317-320; 4 pages; DF 1328; 1965/06

Box 19a; Folder 4; Item 019-021; fingerprints; "Finger Prints of Aborigines at Kalumburu Mission in Western Australia"; The author went on expedition to Kalumburu and took fingerprints of the Kuini, Kulari, and Walambi aborigines there for analysis.; Rao, P. D. Prasada; Oceania, v. XXXIV, no. 3, p. 225-233; 6 pages; DF 1329; 1964/03

Box 19a; Folder 4; Item 019-022; palm and fingerprints; "Finger and Palm Prints of the Aboriginal Children at Yuendumu Settlement in Central Australia"; An analysis of 105 Walbiri children's prints.; Rao, P. D. Prasada; Oceania, v. XXXV, no. 4, p. 305-316; 6 pages; DF 1330; 1965/06

Box 19a; Folder 4; Item 019-023; dental identification; "A System of Dental Identification"; Identifying bodies through dental means and possibly as supplement to fingerprints.; Welty, Lloyd G. and Randall R. Glasgow; Journal of the American Dental Association, v. 33, p. 714-720; 6 pages; DF 1165 or 1121?; 1946/06

Box 19a; Folder 4; Item 019-024; fingerprints; "Racial Differences in Finger-Prints"; A discussion of racial impact on fingerprints, testing correlations, etc.; Cummins, Harold; American Journal of Police Science incorporated in the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, v. 25, p. 829-835; 6 pages; DF 855; 1935

Box 19a; Folder 4; Item 019-025; microscopy; "D.--Microscopy. The Year's Work in Microscopy"; A discussion of the fields that uses microscopes, including specific studies in biology, geology, chemistry, and a list of microscopy literature. A letter inside and dedication on the front from the author to H. Faulds.; Vickers, A. E. J.; Transactions of the North Staffs Field Club, v. LX; 7 leaves; DF 579; 1925-1926

Box 19a; Folder 5; Item 019-026; fingerprints; "Finger Prints in a Dutch Family Series"; An analysis of fingerprints from 113 members of a Dutch family.; Cummins, Harold and Morris Steggerda; American Journal of Physical Anthropology, v. XX, no. 1, p. 19-41; 12 pages; DF 1020; 1935/04-1935/06

Box 19a; Folder 5; Item 019-027; dermatoglyphics; "Dermatoglyphics in Indians of Southern Mexico and Central America"; An analysis of the materials from the 1928 John Geddings Gray Memorial Expedition, in which prints of 37 Indians of various tribes and locations were collected.; Cummins, Harold; American Journal of Physical Anthropology, v. XV, no. 1, p. 123-136; 7 pages; DF 891; 1930/09-1930/12

Box 19a; Folder 5; Item 019-028; dermatoglyphics; "Dermatoglyphics: Significant Patternings of the Cody Surface"; A discussion of dermatoglyphics or the traceries of delicate skin ridges of the fingers, palms, toes, and soles.; Cummins, Harold; Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine, v. 18, no. 6, p. 551-565; 17 pages; DF 1013; 1946/07

Box 19a; Folder 5; Item 019-029; dermatoglyphics; "Identification of Individuals by Means of Fingerprints, Palmprints, and Soleprints"; A discussion of types, characteristics, pioneers, etc. of prints, includes diagrams and photographs. Dedication on front from author.; Mairs, G. Tyler; Scientific Monthly, p. 299-319; 12 pages; DF 587; 1918/10

Box 19a; Folder 5; Item 019-030; fingerprints; "Studies on Papillary Patterns of Human Fingers"; Discusses the heredity, statistics, analysis, classification, etc. of prints, includes diagrams and photographs. Receipt for item inside cover.; Bonnevie, Kristine; Journal of Genetics, v. XV, no. 1; 61 pages; DF 40; 1924/11

Box 19a; Folder 6; Item 019-031; fingerprints; "Attempts to Alter and Obliterate Finger-Prints"; Attempts to destroy fingerprints, John Dillinger, Gus Winkler, and Jack Klutas cases, methods of obliteration, etc. Notes from Doepner throughout. "Police Science" section of pub., Fred E. Inbau, ed.; Cummins, Harold; Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, v. XXV, no. 6, p. 982-991; 6 pages; DF 864; 1935/03-1935/04

Box 19a; Folder 6; Item 019-032; identification; "Reglamento del Gabinete Nacional de Identificacion"; Regulations of the national cabinet of identification. In Spanish.; Machado, Gerardo; Gaceta Oficial, Habana; 11 pages; DF 717; 1927/09/15

Box 19a; Folder 6; Item 019-033; palmistry; "Die Entwickelung der Menschlichen Hand"; Development of the human hand. In German. From the March booklet of the class/minutes of the meeting, Natur and Mathe class.; Engel; Academy of Sciences, bd. XX, s. 261; 10 pages; DF 483; 1856

Box 19a; Folder 6; Item 019-034; fingerprints; "Figurations prehistoriques des lignes papillaires digitales"; Prehistoric figurations of the papillary lines of digits, contribution to the History of Dactyloscopy. In French. From the Review of Criminal Law and Criminology and International Files of Forensic Medicine.; Stockis, Eug.; Revue de Droit Penal et de Criminologie et Archives Internationales de Medecine Legale; 8 pages; DF 413; 1921/02

Box 19a; Folder 6; Item 019-035; palm and footprints; "Beobachtungsblatt und Anleitung zur Aufnahme von Hand und Fursabdrucken"; Observation and guide sheet for the admission of hand and foot castings. In German.; Schlaginhaufen, Otto; Korrespondenzblatt der Deutschen Anthropologischen Gesellschaft, v. XLIII, no. 5, p. 33-36; 4 pages; DF 702; 1912

Box 19a; Folder 7; Item 019-036; palm and footprints; "Beobachtungsblatt und Anleitung zur Aufnahme von Hand und Fursabdrucken"; Observation and guide sheet for the admission of hand and foot castings. In German, copy 2. Enclosed are two full-sized examples of Dr. Schlaginhaufen's method of print-taking.; Schlaginhaufen, Otto; Korrespondenzblatt der Deutschen Anthropologischen Gesellschaft, v. XLIII, no. 5, p. 33-36; 4 pages; DF 702; 1912

Box 19a; Folder 7; Item 019-037; fingerprints; "Recherches Nouvelles sur les Dessins Papillaires des Doigts Humains"; New research on the papillary drawings of the human fingers. Results summary with charts and illustrations, in French.; Bonnevie, Kristine; Bulletin de la Societe de Morphologie, no. 3-4; 13 pages; DF 43; 1929

Box 19a; Folder 7; Item 019-038; fingerprints; "Las Huellas Digitales en los Procesos Criminales"; Fingerprints in the criminal process. In Spanish, see item 006-078 for related author.; Castellanos, Israel; Vida Nueva, v. XIII, no. 12, Habana; 6 pages; DF 581; 1922

Box 19b; Folder 8; Item 019-039; fingerprints; "Estudio Grafico comparativo de la ficha ca de Vucetich y la del Finger-Prints de Galton"; Comparative graphical study of the cards of Vucetich's dactyloscopy and Galton's fingerprinting. In Spanish, with pictures.; Almandos, Luis Reyna; Revista de Criminologia, Psiquiatria y Medicina Legal, v. XIII, No. 78; 10 pages; DF 815; 1926/11-1926/12

Box 19b; Folder 8; Item 019-040; fingerprints; "La Traumatologia Dactilar y la Clasificacion de los Dactilogramas"; The digital traumatology and the classification of dactilograms. In Spanish, with pictures.; Castellanos, Israel; Vida Nueva, Habana; 5 pages; DF 53; 1922/04

Box 19b; Folder 8; Item 019-041; fingerprints; "Las Impresiones Digitales de los Leprosos"; The fingerprints of the lepers. In Spanish, with pictures.; Castellanos, Israel; Vida Nueva, Habana; 7 pages; DF 50; 1923/07

Box 19b; Folder 8; Item 019-042; fingerprints; "La Edad de las Impresiones Digitales Sangrientas"; The age of the bloody fingerprints. In Spanish, with pictures.; Castellanos, Israel; Vida Nueva, Habana, no. 3; 5 pages; DF 54; 1922/03

Box 19b; Folder 8; Item 019-043; investigation; "Reconstruccion de un Crimen e Identificacion de un Criminal"; Reconstruction of a crime and identification of a criminal. In Spanish, with pictures.; Castellanos, Israel; Vida Nueva, Habana; 6 pages; DF 51; 1923/06

Box 19b; Folder 9; Item 019-044; fingerprints; "Was lehrt die Embryologie der Papillarmuster uber ihre Bedeutung als Rassen- und Familiencharakter? Teil III. Zur Genetik des Quantitativen Wertes der Papillarmuster"; What does the fingerprints of embryos teach us about race and heredity? Part III: The quantitative value of the genetics of fingerprints. In German, with charts.; Bonnevie, Kristine; Zeitschrift fur induktive Abstammungs und Vererbungslehre, Bd. LIX, Heft 1; 60+ pages; DF 716; 1931

Series 3) Doepner/Faulds--Pamphlets:

Box 20; Folder 1; Item 020-001a; criminology; "Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory Bulletin No. 5"; "Two New Courses, One in Police Training and One in Scientific Methods of Crime Detection" with class/course descriptions inside.; author n.a.; Northwestern University Bulletin, v. XXXII, no. 31; 4 pages; DF 469 or 40?; 1932/03/28

Box 20; Folder 1; Item 020-001b; criminology; "Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory Bulletin No. 3"; "Outline of Course in Methods of Scientific Crime Detection" with class/course descriptions inside.; author n.a.; Northwestern University Bulletin, v. XXXII, no. 7; 4 pages; DF 469 or 40?; 1931/10/12

Box 20; Folder 1; Item 020-002; fingerprints; Fingerprints; Fingerprinting living and deceased individuals, latent prints, court decisions, etc. Handwritten notes inside.; Hoover, J. Edgar; Federal Bureau of Investigation, U. S. Dept. of Justice; 18 pages; DF 1143 or 1128?; 1939/08/01

Box 20; Folder 1; Item 020-003; criminology; "Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory Bulletin No. 1"; "Some Figures from the Annual Report of the Director" with statistics from assisted crime-solving inside.; author n.a.; Northwestern University Bulletin, v. XXXI, no. 17; 4 pages; DF 711; 1930/12/22

Box 20; Folder 1; Item 020-004; IAI; "On to Denver with the I.A.I."; A flyer and registration card for the 14th Annual IAI convention, Sept. 12-15 at the Brown-Palace Hotel in Denver, CO, signed by the IAI president.; Ellis, W. R.; International Association for Identification; 3 leaves; DF 154-8a; 1928

Box 20; Folder 1; Item 020-005; IAI; International Association for Identification, Roster of Members; A booklet of members organized by types of membership, alphabetically by location, then by name.; author n.a.; International Police Research Bureau, Detroit, Michigan; 24 pages; DF 853; 1928/07/25

Box 20; Folder 2; Item 020-006; identification; Superintendents Identification Bureaus of the World; A booklet of bureaus and their leaders in alphabetical order by location with names, addresses, etc.; author n.a.; University of Applied Science, Chicago, IL; 15 pages; DF 634; 1925

Box 20; Folder 2; Item 020-007; fingerprints; How to Read Finger Prints; "Little Blue Book No. 1754" with illustrations.; Campbell, C. Samuel; Haldeman-Julius Company; 16 pages; DF 965; n.d.

Box 20; Folder 2; Item 020-008; fingerprints; History of Identification in the United States; A compilation of the history of using fingerprints, including names such as Cooke, Galton, Faulds, Herschel, Henry, Purkinje, Mairs, Renoe, etc.; Myers, Harry J.; Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL; 16 pages; DF 960; 1941

Box 20; Folder 2; Item 020-009; catalog; Optical Instruments for Criminological Research; A catalog of equipment from company and two articles reprinted: "Scientific Sleuthing", Ransome Sutton, Los Angeles Times and "The Fourth Degree", Geo. R. Salisbury, Educational Focus.; author n.a.; Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., Rochester, NY; 18 pages; DF 23; 1930

Box 20; Folder 2; Item 020-010; fingerprints; Instructions Governing the Preparation of Identification Finger-Prints of Philippine Scouts; A pamphlet from the Philippines Headquarters about how to take, prepare, use materials, interpret, etc. fingerprints.; Beach, W. D.; Headquarters Philippines Division, Circular no. 30; 4 pages; DF 440; 1911/08/01

Box 20; Folder 3; Item 020-011; fingerprints; Was Sir E. R. Henry the Originator of the Finger Print System?; The author's discussion of the first person to invent a system for classifying fingerprints, in which he gives evidence of his own prominence. With bibliography at end.; Faulds, Henry; Webberly Ltd., Printers, Hanley; 4 pages; DF 83; n.d.

Box 20; Folder 3; Item 020-012; identification; Identification Badges for Plant Protection; Illustrated booklet of badges, dimensions/shapes, type, etc. that can be ordered from company. Enclosed: blue slips with further items, letter from the company to H. Doepner, dated 10/19; author n.a.; Cruver Manufacturing Co., Chicago; 15 leaves; DF 64; 1928

Box 20; Folder 3; Item 020-013; fingerprints; Finger Printing; Boy Scout Merit Badge booklet, made with the help of the FBI, explaining the process, requirements for badge, history (mention of Faulds), photos, etc. With receipt.; author n.a.; Merit Badge Series, Boy Scouts of America, New York, NY; 18 pages; DF 607; 1938/05

Box 20; Folder 3; Item 020-014; fingerprints; Dactyloscopy; The author promotes the use of fingerprints for criminal processing, etc.; Faulds, Henry; no pub info; 2 pages; DF 695; n.d.

Box 20; Folder 3; Item 020-015; fingerprints; Become A Qualified Finger-Print Expert; A pamphlet advertisement for the study from home courses in fingerprinting from the "University of Dactylography", of which author is president.; Enos, C. L.; no pub info; 2 pages; DF 603; n.d.

Box 20; Folder 3; Item 020-016; fingerprints; The Policewoman's Message: "Fingerprints for Protection"; A pamphlet describing the importance of fingerprinting children, for protection in case of kidnapping, abandonment, hospital mix-ups, etc. By NY's "First Policewoman", from an address before the IAI convention, 09/1924.; Hamilton, Mary E.; no pub info; 2 pages; DF 736; 1924

Box 20; Folder 4; Item 020-017; photography; Photography in Law Enforcement; Chapters: Field Photo., Headquarters Photo., Cameras and Outfits Especially Suited, Printing and Enlarging Equipment. Techniques, instructions, and advertisements in a manual from the publisher.; author n.a.; Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, NY; 23 pages; DF 588; 1939/11

Box 20; Folder 4; Item 020-018; fingerprints; Be a Finger Print Expert; A brochure for home instruction from the "Department of Finger Printing, International Detective System" which includes order forms and a letter from Doepner to the department questioning their program, 04/08/1935.; author n.a.; International Detective System, Jersey City, NJ; 5 leaves; DF 851; 1934

Box 20; Folder 4; Item 020-019; catalog; The Ryan Dactyloplane for the Finger Print Expert; A catalog of the author's materials, methods, lectures, etc. in the fingerprint field with photos.; Ryan, Patrick; pub by author, New York City; 12 pages; DF 586; 1922

Box 20; Folder 4; Item 020-020; Bureau of Investigation; The Work and Functions of the United States Bureau of Investigation Department of Justice; Departments, office addresses, crimes, statistics, photos, etc. of the department.; Hoover, John Edgar; U. S. Bureau of Investigation, Washington, D. C.; 8 pages; DF 790; 1933/06/01

Box 20; Folder 4; Item 020-021; Faulds; Fingerprints, Dr Henry Faulds and His Daughters, Open Letter to Richard Austen Butler from George Wilton Wilton; 30 rebuttals in a published, open letter from the author on behalf of Agnes and Isabella Faulds (Faulds's daughters) to the Minister of State and Home Secretary, R. A. Butler, regarding the Support of the women's claim to Civil List Pensions with signed witnesses. Enclosed: an envelope with letter from the author to Doepner, 08/28/1962, regarding writings, a note card with the pamphlet's info, a receipt for the pamphlet.; Wilton, George Wilton; pub. for Society for Freedom of the Individual, London, by Tantallon Press, Ltd., Printers and Publishers, Scotland; 10 leaves; DF n.a.; 1962

Box 20; Folder 4; Item 020-022; identification; Dactylogical and Alphabetical Register of International Criminals; Index of names, fingerprints, and country of criminals. Written/stamped: "By Edward J. Cogan" but not printed on booklet.; Bureau of Distant Identification; Arnold Busck, Copenhague; 20 pages; DF 156-1; 1921

Box 20; Folder 5; Item 020-023; fingerprints; Single Finger Print Index System Using the Henry Terms and Symbols; A booklet of the system patented by authors in 1926 that includes a transparency to interpret/read prints. Codes, identifying, developing, materials, etc.; Reeves, Warren W. and Fred A. Cooke; General Efficiency Company, San Francisco, CA; 42 pages; DF 453; 1928

Box 20; Folder 5; Item 020-024; catalog; The Perfect Inspector Complete Outfit for Finger Prints and Police Photography; A product advertising pamphlet with testimonials. Enclosed is a letter to Edward J. Cogan of Dexter, Maine from the company regarding the catalog, 12/26/1928.; author n.a.; The Perfect Inspector Co., Inc., Lowell, MA; 9 leaves; DF 362; 1928

Box 20; Folder 5; Item 020-025; fingerprints; Testimony Concerning Introduction of Latent Fingerprint Evidence; Transcription of court case regarding the use of fingerprints as evidence.; Hoover, John Edgar; Federal Bureau of Investigation, U. S. Dept. of Justice, Washington, D. C.; 6 pages; DF 1145; 1938/02/01

Box 20; Folder 5; Item 020-026; catalog; Modern Finger Print Equipment & Supplies; Catalog 39 of company products, prices, etc. Enclosed: Three individual flyers for additional products.; Dondero, John A.; Faurot Protective Identification System, Inc., New York, NY; 15 leaves; DF 888; 1939

Box 20; Folder 5; Item 020-027; fingerprints; How to Take Fingerprints; A pamphlet with images on correct way(s) to take fingerprints. "Received 1/13/58", no cover.; author n.a.; Federal Bureau of Investigation; 3 pages; DF 1207; n.d.

Box 20; Folder 6; Item 020-028; Bureau of Investigation; Personnel Selection and Training in the FBI; Commentary on personnel selection, training courses, schools, conferences, addresses, faculty, etc. of the FBI. With photos.; Hoover, John Edgar; Federal Bureau of Investigation, U. S. Dept. of Justice, Washington, D. C.; 28 pages; DF 1146; 1940/05/01

Box 20; Folder 6; Item 020-029; catalog; Laboratory Crime Detection; Catalog 126 of items used in law enforcement for fingerprints. "Oldest Manufacturers of Criminal Research Products", with photographs.; author n.a.; Sirchie Finger Print Laboratories, Philadelphia, PA; 28 pages; DF 1154; 1947

Box 20; Folder 6; Item 020-030; fingerprints; Finger Print Civil Service Examination Instruction; A manual of 250 questions and answers for candidates to practice for the exam as Finger Print Expert in New York City civil service and Finger Print Classifier in U. S. civil service.; Bergen, Harry, John Keeley, and Thomas J. Byrnes; pub. University of Applied Science, Chicago, IL; 20 pages; DF 26; 1924

Box 20; Folder 7; Item 020-031; criminology; Crime, Criminology, and Criminological Institutes; A discussion of criminology, etc.; Brasol, Boris; Andhra Research University Pamphlets, South India; 12 pages; DF 1024; 1938

Box 20; Folder 7; Item 020-032; fingerprints; Outline of History of the Finger Print System; A brief history of fingerprints, from early uses to modern systems, focusing mainly on Herschel, Galton. Appears to be part of a series by the author, "Fingerprinting and Footprinting as a Means of Personal Identification" is typed on cover.; Hamilton, Mary E.; no pub info, New York, NY; 5 pages; DF 950; 1936

Box 20; Folder 7; Item 020-033; catalog; The New Comparison Microscope for Studying Evidence; A catalog of company items with photos and full descriptions.; author n.a.; Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., Rochester, NY; 6 pages; DF 687; 1932

Box 21; Folder 1; Item 021-001; fingerprints; Finger Prints; A flyer for a book on Dactylography by Henry Faulds that is from the XXth Century Science Series.; author n.a.; Milner & Company, Raglan Works, Halifax; 2 pages; DF 694; n.d.

Box 21; Folder 1; Item 021-002; fingerprints; Finger Print Clues; Booklet of organized notes to help investigators with fingerprints at crime scenes--processing prints, packing evidence, etc. with illustrations. Signed by author on inside.; Collins, Charles S.; His Majesty's Stationery Office, London; 12 pages; DF 57; 1925

Box 21; Folder 1; Item 021-003; fingerprints; A Telegraphic Code for Finger-Print Formulae and a System for Sub-Classification of Single Digital Impressions; A pamphlet guide describing a method of transferring fingerprints by numeric code with illustrations.; Collins, Charles Stockley; Office of the Police Chronicle, London; 9 pages; DF 582; 1921

Box 21; Folder 1; Item 021-004; fingerprints; How the English Finger-Print Method Arose; A photocopy, cut, pasted, and hard-bound in which the author defends his place among pioneers of fingerprint systems, including Galton and Herschel. Enclosed: receipt and compliment card from the Birmingham library from which it was ordered.; Faulds, Henry; Wood, Mitchell, & Co., Ltd., Hanley; 9 leaves; DF 768; n.d.

Box 21; Folder 1; Item 021-005; criminology; International Criminology School; Flyers full of testimonials, "Information Concerning Our Courses of Study" leaflet, descriptions of program and school/classes, sample diploma, class registration form, etc. See 005-022 for similar item.; Winderling, H. P.; International Criminology School, Seattle, WA; 12 leaves; DF 1151; n.d.

Box 21; Folder 2; Item 021-006; fingerprints; Fingerprints; Fingerprinting living and deceased individuals, latent prints, court decisions, etc.; Hoover, J. Edgar; Federal Bureau of Investigation, U. S. Dept. of Justice, Government Printing Office, Washington; 14 pages; DF 886; 1935

Box 21; Folder 2; Item 021-007; criminology; Get Into Scientific Crime Detection; A booklet of news articles and advertisements for training courses in the field by the publishing institute.; author n.a.; The Scientific Crime Detection Institute of America, Inc., Huntington, WV; 16 pages; DF 624; 1937

Box 21; Folder 2; Item 021-008; fingerprints; Finger-Print Evidence; A pamphlet of criminal cases where fingerprints were used as evidence, in India, U. S. military, civilians, etc.; author n.a.; Dept. of the Navy, Bureau of Navigation, Washington, D. C.; 16 pages; DF 801; 1920

Box 21; Folder 2; Item 021-009; fingerprints; ARCO Civil Service Text for Job and Test Training: Fingerprint Technician; Study material, exam questions, previous exam with answers, etc. Enclosed: receipt from Doepner's purchase.; ARCO Editorial Board; ARCO Publishing Company, Inc., New York, NY; 55 pages; DF 1325; 1957

Box 21; Folder 3; Item 021-010; investigation; Manual for Peace Officers of Iowa; A booklet with Acts of the 39th Assembly, objectives, files maintained by Bureau, using fingerprints and Bertillon, reporting and investigating specific crimes, etc. Prepared and Distributed by the Bureau of Criminal Investigation Dept. of Justice.; Gibson, Ben J.; The State of Iowa, Des Moines; 16 leaves; DF 161; 1922

Box 21; Folder 3; Item 021-011; identification; United States Civil Defense, Mortuary Services in Civil Defense; TM-11-12, Technical Manual. Identification of the dead, service operations in disasters, training, references, etc.; Federal Civil Defense Administration; U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C.; 11 pages; DF 1138; 1956/04

Box 21; Folder 3; Item 021-012; fingerprints; Who is This Man? News of Vital Interest to Your Office; A story about the identity of John H. Theus/Carl M. Clayton to express the need for a fingerprint system in Georgia, as well as the proposed amendment/acts. Two copies. Also enclosed, a letter from author to Doepner, 10/08.; Bowles, Raymond A.; no pub info; 9 leaves; DF 44; 1929

Box 21; Folder 3; Item 021-013; fingerprints; Be a Finger Print Expert; A brochure for home instruction from the "Department of Finger Printing, International Detective System" which includes order form, a letter from the department, and example fingerprint records. See 020-018 for similar item.; author n.a.; International Detective System, Jersey City, NJ; 5 leaves; DF 1015; 1937

Box 21; Folder 3; Item 021-014; catalog; Used Correspondence Courses and Educational Books; A catalog of books on many various topics that may be borrowed for 2 months for a small fee.; Mountain, Lee; Lee Mountain Used Correspondence Courses, Pisgah, AL; 23 pages; DF 869; n.d.

Box 21; Folder 3; Item 021-015; catalog; Complete Standardized Identification Bureau Equipment and Supplies; A catalog with cabinetry, fingerprint materials, stamps, camera supplies, etc. for police/investigation offices.; author n.a.; International Police Research Bureau, Detroit, Michigan; 19 pages; DF 856; n.d.

Box 21; Folder 4; Item 021-016; fingerprints; Missing!; A pamphlet describing the importance of fingerprinting children, aphasia/amnesia cases, accuracy of details, etc. By NY's "First Policewoman" so stated.; Hamilton, Mary E.; no pub info; 2 pages; DF 866; n.d.

Box 21; Folder 4; Item 021-017; fingerprints; Finger Prints for Commercial and Personal Identification; A pamphlet on the importance of fingerprinting, including example records, news articles, brief history, etc.; Murphy, Edward H. and James E.; International Title Recording and Identification Bureau, Detroit, MI; 16 pages; DF 160; 1922

Box 21; Folder 4; Item 021-018; identification; Alphonse Bertillon's New Method for Identification of Criminals; "A Discourse Delivered November 22, 1885, at the International Prison Congress, Rome" by Bertillon, translated by Gallus Muller, Clerk, and presented for consideration to the Warden's Association for the Registration of Criminals by R. W. McClaughry, Warden, both of Illinois Penitentiary.; Bertillon, Alphonse; Joliet Printing Company, Illinois; 16 pages; DF 932; 1887

Box 21; Folder 4; Item 021-019; fingerprints; Fingerprint Technician, Previous Examination; Exam questions with answers from the July 7, 1936 edition of the Civil Service Commission test.; author n.a.; ARCO Publishing Company, Inc., New York, NY; 14 pages; DF 1008; n.d.

Box 21; Folder 4; Item 021-020; fingerprints; Finger Print Civil Service Examination Instruction; A manual of 350 questions and answers for candidates to practice for the exam as Finger Print Expert in New York City civil service and Finger Print Classifier in U. S. civil service.; author n.a.; Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL; 16 pages; DF 1144; 1939

Box 21; Folder 5; Item 021-021; fingerprints; Distant Identification; The system for recording, taking, classifying, etc. fingerprints, as created by the author, Asst. Commissioner of Police and Lecturer at the Univ. of Copenhagen. English version of pamphlet.; Jorgensen, Hakon; Arnold Busck, Copenhagen; 17 pages; DF 169; 1922

Box 21; Folder 5; Item 021-022; catalog; The New Comparison Microscope for Studying Evidence; A catalog of company items with photos and full descriptions. Copy 2, see also item 020-033.; author n.a.; Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., Rochester, NY; 7 pages; DF 732; 1932

Box 21; Folder 5; Item 021-023; fingerprints; The Hidden Hand; The author is justifying and dating the events leading to the English systems of fingerprinting, as there is confusion if he or Herschel "invented" a system first. With an added appendix explaining publication issues and a flyer for his other pub., A Manual of Practical Dactylography.; Faulds, Henry; Wood, Mitchell, & Co., Ltd., Hanley; 9 pages; DF 1-6 (?); n.d.

Box 21; Folder 5; Item 021-024; fingerprints and footprints; "Ezee Print Fingerprint and Footprint Equipment"; A flyer for products from the Ezee Print company, with full descriptions and photos.; author n.a.; Michigan State Industries, Jackson, Michigan; 2 pages; DF 427; n.d.

Box 21; Folder 5; Item 021-025; criminology; Questions Based on the Text of Police Methods for Today and Tomorrow; A booklet of questions for the Chief/class instructor to use, with congruent textbook page numbers listed by each booklet question.; Callan, George D. and Richard Stephenson; Duncan Press, Newark, NJ; 14 pages; DF 935-a; 1940

Box 21; Folder 5; Item 021-026; voice; Telephone Almanac for 1963; A booklet filled with short articles of telephone related topics. An article of marked interest is "Voiceprints", p. 4-5.; author n.a.; Bell Telephone System; 16 pages; DF 1324; 1963

Box 21; Folder 6; Item 021-027; criminology; Scientific Methods of Crime Detection in the Judicial Process; A discussion of various topics such as laboratory technicians, photography, document examinations, footprints, microscopy, etc. "Reprinted" from George Washington Law Review, 11/1935, stated within.; Hoover, John Edgar; FBI, U. S. Dept. of Justice, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington; 10 pages; DF 920; 1936

Box 21; Folder 6; Item 021-028; fingerprints; Fingerprint Instructions; The author instructs taking, reading, and comparing prints to professionals, with illustrations. Sold through the National Protective Registry Dept. E, as stated within. Mailing envelope addressed to Doepner enclosed.; Smith, Willis D.; Harmony-Woodruff, Inc., Sapulpa, OK, second edition; 20 pages; DF 604; 1933

Box 21; Folder 6; Item 021-029; fingerprints; America Needs Fingerprint Identification; Pamphlet of address by the author, Wayne Co. Auditor, Detroit, given at the annual convention of the IAI, St. Paul, Minnesota, regarding the importance and promotion of fingerprinting. Enclosed: Letter from Doepner to Williams requesting his pamphlet, Nov. 22, and letter from Williams to Doepner stating it's his pleasure, Nov. 29.; Williams, Edward H.; pub. n.a.; 7 pages; DF 903 ; 1940/08/26

Box 21; Folder 6; Item 021-030; fingerprints; How to Take Fingerprints; A pamphlet with instructions and images on correct way(s) to take fingerprints.; Hoover, J. Edgar; Dept. of Justice, U. S. Bureau of Investigation, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington; 5 pages; DF 756; 1933

Box 21; Folder 6; Item 021-031a; catalog; Balopticons and Accessories; A catalog of company products for projection apparatus, with instructions and product details, such as specifications.; author n.a.; Bausch & Lomb Optical Company, Rochester, NY; 28 pages; DF 729; n.d.

Box 21; Folder 6; Item 021-031b; catalog; Balopticons; A pocket catalog of company products for projection, lenses, etc. with product details.; author n.a.; Bausch & Lomb; 12 pages; DF 729; n.d.

Box 21; Folder 7; Item 021-032; fingerprints; Instructions in the Method of Taking Finger Prints With a Memorandum on the Working of the Finger Print System of Identification; A pamphlet with photos and instructions on the correct method of taking fingerprints from the Registry of Criminals, New Scotland Yard.; author n.a.; His Majesty's Stationery Office, London; 19 pages; DF 132; 1928

Box 21; Folder 7; Item 021-033; fingerprints; Instructions in the Method of Taking Finger Prints With a Memorandum on the Working of the Finger Print System of Identification; A pamphlet with photos and instructions on the correct method of taking fingerprints from the Registry of Criminals, New Scotland Yard.; author n.a.; His Majesty's Stationery Office, London; 19 pages; DF 131; 1932

Box 21; Folder 7; Item 021-034; fingerprints; Instructions in the Method of Taking Finger Prints With a Memorandum on the Working of the Finger Print System of Identification; A pamphlet with photos and instructions on the correct method of taking fingerprints from the Registry of Criminals, New Scotland Yard. Copy 2.; author n.a.; His Majesty's Stationery Office, London; 11 pages; DF 862; 1932

Box 22; Folder 1; Item 022-001; handwriting; Handwriting Identification and Expert Testimony; A pamphlet of the author's address to the 15th Annual CA IAI convention which reports his findings as the committee chair on Handwriting and Testimony from the previous year.; Sellers, J. Clark; California State Division, IAI; 4 pages; DF 407; 1930

Box 22; Folder 1; Item 022-002; fingerprints; One Finger System; To be used by hospital corps men on duty at recruiting stations to identify undesirable men who only enlist for the purpose of transportation.; Taylor, J. H.; Dept. of the Navy, Government Printing Office, Washington; 6 pages; DF 421; 1921

Box 22; Folder 1; Item 022-003; fingerprints; Finger-Print Evidence; A pamphlet of criminal cases where fingerprints were used as evidence, in India, U. S. military, civilians, etc. Reprint of 1920 ed.; Taylor, J. H.; Dept. of the Navy, Bureau of Navigation, Washington, D. C.; 12 pages; DF 445; 1922

Box 22; Folder 1; Item 022-004; catalog; The Perfect Inspector Complete Outfit for Finger Prints and Police Photography; A product advertising pamphlet with testimonials.; author n.a.; The Perfect Inspector Co., Inc., Lowell, MA; 8 pages; DF 766; 1929

Box 22; Folder 1; Item 022-005; fingerprints; How to Take Fingerprints; A pamphlet with instructions and images on correct way(s) to take fingerprints.; author n.a.; U. S. Dept. of Justice, Identification Division, Bureau of Investigation, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington; 4 pages; DF 443; 1927

Box 22; Folder 1; Item 022-006; fingerprints; How to Obtain Good Fingerprints; A pamphlet of instructions with illustrations and photos on how to take fingerprints well.; Leigh, R. H.; Navy Department, Government Printing Office, Washington, reprint of 1919 fourth edition; 18 pages; DF 438; 1926

Box 22; Folder 2; Item 022-007; identification; Directory of Identification Bureaus of the World; Names, addresses and titles of bureau superintendents.; author n.a.; Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL, 12th ed.; 36 pages; DF 1156; 1945

Box 22; Folder 2; Item 022-008; fingerprints; How to Take Fingerprints; A pamphlet with instructions and images on correct way(s) to take fingerprints.; Hoover, J. Edgar; Dept. of Justice, U. S. Bureau of Investigation, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington; 6 pages; DF 713; 1931

Box 22; Folder 2; Item 022-009; identification; When You Go Abroad; A booklet with information for one traveling abroad from the U. S., including passport tips, status of Americans in specific countries, etc. Dept. of State Pub. #6485, Dept. and Foreign Service Series #66.; author n.a.; Passport Office, Dept. of State, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C.; 52 pages; DF 1338; 1957/06

Box 22; Folder 2; Item 022-010; fingerprints; Fingerprint Identification: The Story of the Identification Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation; A brief outline of the division's history, services, operations, etc.; Hoover, John Edgar; FBI, Identification Division, Washington, D. C.; 14 pages; DF 1205; 1954/01/01

Box 22; Folder 3; Item 022-011; fingerprints; Identificacion de un Cadaver por las Impresiones Digitales; Identification of a corpse by finger impressions. In Spanish, with pictures. Enclosed: author's business card.; Castellanos, Israel; El Siglo XX, Habana; 6 pages; DF 577; 1921

Box 22; Folder 3; Item 022-012; microscopy; El Amplificador Binocular en Policiologia; The "binocular amplifier" in policiology, a product from Bausch & Lomb. In Spanish, with pictures.; Castellanos, Israel; Rambla, Bouza y Ca., Pi y Margall, Habana; 5 pages; DF 719; 1925

Box 22; Folder 3; Item 022-013; photography; Los Rayos X en la Tecnica Policial; X-rays in police techniques. In Spanish, with pictures.; Castellanos, Israel; Rambla, Bouza y Ca., Pi y Margall, Habana; 6 pages; DF52; 1926

Box 22; Folder 3; Item 022-014; investigation; Instrucciones Tecnicas a los Funcionarios Judiciales y Policiacos Acerca de la Salvaguardia y Embalaje de las Piezas de Conviccion; Technical training for police and judicial civil employees about the safeguard and packing of "conviction pieces" or evidence. "Official edition" with prologue by Fernando Ortiz.; Castellanos, Israel; Rambla, Bouza y Ca., Pi y Margall, Habana; 15 pages; DF 718; 1921

Box 22; Folder 4; Item 022-015; public safety; Surete Publique; A booklet on public safety from the Exposition Internationale Liege and the Service d'Identification Judiciaire, or the Service of Legal Identification. At top: Centenary of the Independence of Belgium. In French.; author n.a.; Imprimerie Administrative, Saint-Gilles; 16 pages; DF 504; 1930

Box 22; Folder 4; Item 022-016; handwriting; Anleitung zur Durchfuhrung des Identitatsnachweises durch vergleichende Handschriftenuntersuchungen; Guidance for execution of the certificate of identity by comparative handwriting investigations (?). From the Kriminologischen Institut der Universitat. In German, with problematic font.; Geelig, Ernst; Ulr. Mosers Buchhandlung, J. Meyerhoff, Graz; 10 pages; DF 406; 1929

Box 22; Folder 4; Item 022-017; fingerprints; Hndbok om Fingeravtrykk og Behandlingen av Disse p Gjerningssteder; Handbook of fingerprint processing (?). Oslo Identification Center (?). In Swedish, with pictures, enclosed: addressed envelope.; Birkelund, H. J.; Johansen & Nielsens Boktrykkeri, Oslo; 4 pages; DF 1240; 1928

Box 22; Folder 4; Item 022-018; machinery; Das Antiskop; A pamphlet for the Antiskop, a machine similar to an overhead projector, which is an "inexhaustible source of maintenance and instruction" and a "valuable tool" for artists and technicians. In German, with illustrations, descriptions for use, and ordering info.; author n.a.; Ed. Liesegang, Ed Lintz A-G, Dusseldorf; 4 pages; DF 593; 1930

Box 22; Folder 4; Item 022-019; fingerprints; Grundzuge der Daktyloskopie; Fundamentals of Dactyloscopy. In German, with pictures.; Protivenski, Franz; Preis 5 Krone, K. U. K. Hofbuchdruckerei A. Haase, Prague; 11 pages; DF 374; n.d.

Box 22; Folder 5; Item 022-020; fingerprints; System und Praxis der Daktyloskopie und der sonstigen technischen Methoden der Kriminalpolizei; System and practice of dactyloscopy and other technical methods of criminal police. In German, with pictures.; Heindl, Robert; Walter de Gruyter & Co., Berlin; 8 pages; DF 737; 1927

Box 22; Folder 5; Item 022-021; fingerprints; System und Praxis der Daktyloskopie und der sonstigen technischen Methoden der Kriminalpolizei; System and practice of dactyloscopy and other technical methods of criminal police. In German, with pictures, copy 2.; Heindl, Robert; Walter de Gruyter & Co., Berlin; 8 pages; DF 737; 1927

Box 22; Folder 5; Item 022-022; fingerprints; De Dactyloscopie Eenige Opmerkingen Betreffende de Techniek der Justitieele Politie; The system of dactyloscopy concerning the observed technique of the judicial police force. In Dutch.; Heindl, Robert; Alphen Aan Den Rijn, N. Samsom; 18 pages; DF 809; 1922

Box 22; Folder 5; Item 022-023; fingerprints; Fingeravtrykk Samt Litt av Fingeravtrykkenes og Identifiseringens Historie; fingerprints and fingerprinting's identification history (?). In Norwegian, with pictures.; Birkelund, H. J.; Landstrykkeriet, Oslo; 24 pages; DF 836; 1932

Box 22; Folder 5; Item 022-024; photography; Photographie Signaletique, Instruction pour le Personnel des Prisons; Descriptive photography instructions for personnel of prisons. In French, with example forms.; author n.a.; Moniteur Belge, Bruxelles; 11 pages; DF 502; 1924

Box 22; Folder 6; Item 022-025; photography; Un Code Telegraphique du Portrait Parle; A Telegraph code of Spoken Portrait. In French, with charts.; Reiss, R. A.; A. Maloine, Paris; 11 pages; DF 378; 1907

Box 22; Folder 6; Item 022-026; fingerprints; Handbuch der Daktyloskopie fur den Selbstunterricht bearbeitet; Handbook of Dactyloscopy for self-instruction. In German, with pictures.; Roscher, G.; C. L. Hirschfeld, Leipzig; 11 pages; DF 381; 1905

Box 22; Folder 6; Item 022-027; catalog; Recueil des Appareils en Usage au Service de L'Identite Judiciaire de Paris; Collection of apparatuses for use in the service of the criminal records office of Paris. In French, with pictures. Enclosed: order form, typed letter from Anciens Etablissements Schrambach.; author n.a.; The etablissements G. Cros et Cie, Paris; 17 pages; DF 710; 1931

Box 22; Folder 6; Item 022-028; fingerprints; Die Daktyloskopie im offentlichen und im Wirtschaftsleben zur Verhutung von Urkunden und Unterschriftenfalschungen; Dactyloscopy in the public and economic life, for preventing documents and signature falsifications. In German, with pictures, receipt of purchase.; Albert, Josef; Verfassers, Gebruder Scheran, Innsbruck; 16 pages; DF 755; 1933

Box 22; Folder 6; Item 022-029; fingerprints; Monodactyloscopie, Methode de classement monodactylaire; Monodactyloscopy method of classification. In French.; Born, Fr.; no pub info; 4 pages; DF 493; 1926

Box 22; Folder 7; Item 022-030; fingerprints; "The XXth Century Science Series"; A flyer for the publications of XXth Century Science Series, of which Dactylography by Henry Faulds is apart.; author n.a.; Milner & Co., Publishers, Halifax; 1 leaf; DF 747; n.d.

Box 22; Folder 7; Item 022-031; identification; "Humboldt Identification Bureau"; An advertisement for investigation services.; Luyken, Paul; Eureka, CA; 1 leaf; DF 795; n.d.

Box 22; Folder 7; Item 022-032; fingerprints; "The Latest in Finger Prints"; An advertisement for a new "single finger print" identification system, patent pending, by Walter C. S. Crosskey, San Francisco, CA.; author n.a.; pub. n.a.; 1 leaf; DF 703; n.d.

Box 22; Folder 7; Item 022-033; criminology; Special Announcement of Courses in Criminology; A small booklet advertising new classes in criminology at the University of California for summer session, June 20-July 30.; author n.a.; Univ. of California, Berkeley; 4 pages; DF 583; 1921

Box 23; Folder 1; Item 023-001; fingerprints; Become A Qualified Finger-Print Expert; A pamphlet advertisement for the study from home courses in fingerprinting from the "University of Dactylography", of which author is president.; Enos, C. L.; no pub info; 2 pages; DF 439; n.d.

Box 23; Folder 1; Item 023-002; identification; "Humboldt Identification Bureau"; An advertisement for investigation services. With envelope addressed to H. Doepner.; Luyken, Paul; Eureka, CA; 1 leaf; DF 235; n.d.

Box 23; Folder 1; Item 023-003; fingerprints; Identification by a Single Finger Print; A small pamphlet advertisement explaining the new Battley system of single prints and product information for a specialty single print magnifier by company.; author n.a.; Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., Rochester, NY; 2 pages; DF 796; n.d.

Box 23; Folder 1; Item 023-004; questioned documents; Documents and Their Scientific Examination; An advertisement for the book, which includes chapter summaries on topics like forgery, handwriting, ink, etc.; Mitchell, C. Ainsworth; Charles Griffin & Company, Ltd., London; 4 pages; DF 650; 1922

Box 23; Folder 1; Item 023-005; fingerprints; United States Civil Service Examinations; A flyer for the two tests Assistant and Student Fingerprint Classifiers, pricing, instructions, locations, etc. Enclosed: Two postcards, one from H. Doepner requesting information, and the other an order form.; author n.a.; Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C.; 3 leaves; DF 442; 1930

Box 23; Folder 1; Item 023-006; fingerprints; National Association for Universal Fingerprinting; A set of small, one leaf pamphlets from the NAUF, items a-d. (a, c) "A Message and an Invitation to all members of the Identification Profession" (b, d) "Stop Communism with Universal Fingerprinting". Enclosed: envelopes from Robert McCaw to H. Doepner, which items were in.; McCaw, Robert B. and Walter V. Dapontes; Napa County, CA; 6 leaves; DF 1196; 1953

Box 23; Folder 1; Item 023-007; fingerprints; Fingerprint, Handwriting, and Typewriting Comparator; An advertisement letter with order form for the Comparator from Spencer Lens Company. Picture glued onto page.; author n.a.; Spencer Lens Company, Buffalo, NY; 2 pages; DF 721; 1932/03/15

Box 23; Folder 1; Item 023-008; fingerprints; Universal Dactyloscopic Outfit; An advertisement letter with order form for the Outfit from Spencer Lens Company. Picture glued onto page. The Outfit is a one fingerprint magnifier that accommodates all coding systems and was developed by Israel Castellanos of Havana.; author n.a.; Spencer Lens Company, Buffalo, NY; 2 pages; DF 725; 1932/02/12

Box 23; Folder 1; Item 023-009; fingerprints; I Know Who I Am! You Can't Lose Me!; A pamphlet describing the importance of fingerprinting children, for protection in case of kidnapping, abandonment, hospital mix-ups, etc. By NY's "First Policewoman" who will send you directions or arrange for a professional to footprint your child(ren) without charge.; Hamilton, Mary E.; no pub info; 2 pages; DF 741; 1925

Box 23; Folder 2; Item 023-010; fingerprints; At Last!; A flyer describing the products from T. G. Cooke, which features the Burwell Finger Print Stand, as well as other fingerprinting tools.; Cooke, T. G.; Chicago, IL; 1 leaf; DF 444; n.d.

Box 23; Folder 2; Item 023-011; fingerprints; Dactyloscopie, Instruction pour le Personnel des Prisons; Dactyloscopy, instructions for personnel of prisons. In French, with example forms.; author n.a.; Moniteur Belge, Bruxelles; 16 pages; DF 503; 1924

Box 23; Folder 2; Item 023-012; fingerprints; Instructions techniques concernant la Prise des Empreintes digitales et palmaires; Technical instructions concerning the capture and classification of fingerprints and palms. In French.; author n.a.; Moniteur Belge, Bruxelles; 6 pages; DF 505; 1924

Box 23; Folder 2; Item 023-013; fingerprints; Fingerprint Impressions; A booklet with pictures of 45 sets of example fingerprints (to classify?) from the "Supervised Correspondence Study Series in High School Education", University of Oklahoma, Division of Public Relations, Correspondence Study Department.; Nathan, Jess; University of Oklahoma, Norman OK; 13 pages; DF 780-9; n.d.

Box 23; Folder 2; Item 023-014; fingerprints; uber den Nachweis der Identitat von Finger- und Handabdrucken und die Erfolge der Daktyloskopie in Bremen; Proof of identity through finger and handprints and the success of Dactyloscopy in Bremen. Inaugural Dissertation presented to/for the Hohen Medicinischen Fakultat of Georg-Augusts-Universitat zu Gottingen. In German.; Uffrecht, Hermann; Schmidt & Thelow, Gotha; 20 pages; DF 43; 1911

Box 23; Folder 2; Item 023-015; catalog; Ace High Quality at Low Prices; A short pamphlet of products and prices from the brand Ace. Fingerprint kits of various types, single brushes, powders, etc. A sample of silver printing powder is inside.; author n.a.; Fingerprint Equipment Laboratory, Chicago; 2 pages; DF 928-a; 1940

Box 23; Folder 2; Item 023-016; fingerprints; Bauder System; An advertisement with many testimonials from various banks across the country for the Bauder System of Inkless Finger Prints that is mainly used by financial institutions. Taped in order form for student special kit.; author n.a.; Bauder Identification Co., New York, NY; 2 pages; DF 1051; n.d.

Box 23; Folder 3; Item 023-017; fingerprints; Finger Prints from A to Z: 28 Lessons; A pamphlet with illustrations that gives about one lesson per page on different aspects of fingerprinting, their usage, etc. Printed copy, font face.; American Finger Print Institute; Los Angeles, CA; 30 pages; DF 623; 1933

Box 23; Folder 3; Item 023-018; fingerprints; Finger Prints from A to Z: 28 Lessons; A pamphlet with illustrations that gives about one lesson per page on different aspects of fingerprinting, their usage, etc. Mimeographed copy, type face.; American Finger Print Institute; Los Angeles, CA; 50 pages; DF 796; 1930

Box 23; Folder 3; Item 023-019; fingerprints; "Finger Print Lesson 23: The Jorgensen System of Distant Identification"; A single chapter from a series of lessons with example exam questions.; author n.a.; no pub info; 32 pages; DF 754a supp.; n.d.

Box 23; Folder 4; Item 023-020; fingerprints; Finger-Prints; A negative photocopy of a booklet in which a local NY city magistrate surveys the use of fingerprints.; Deuel, Joseph M.; M. B. Brown Printing and Binding Co.; 22 pages; DF 1000; 1917

Box 23; Folder 4; Item 023-021; fingerprints; National Finger Print System; A negative photocopy of a book in which one can learn all aspects of fingerprints through lessons with illustrations.; Wagner Frederick; National Finger Print System, New York City; 40+ pages; DF 1001; 1922

Box 23; Folder 5; Item 023-022; fingerprints; Your Chance for Big Money, Big Success; Details of activities/courses in fingerprints, at the Institute of Applied Science. Includes other items, such as letters, envelopes, flyers, reports, etc. for promotion/ application to the school.; Cooke, T. G.; Institute of Applied Science, Chicago; 12 leaves; DF 452a; n.d.

Box 23; Folder 5; Item 023-023; microscopy; The Conclusive Link is Forensic Ballistics; A catalog of microscopes, lamps, and other lab items. Enclosed inside: 3 phamplets for other accessories, 3 photos pertaining to the fingerprint projector, a copied news article, a letter to Doepner from the manager C. W. Barton, and an essay "Scientific Criminology: How Bullets and Firearms are Matched for Identification" by Stanley F. Gorman. 9 items.; Spencer Lens Co.; Buffalo, NY; 20 leaves; DF 767; 1931

Box 23; Folder 6; Item 023-024; fingerprints; A Study of Finger Prints: Their Uses and Classification; An incomplete study series of lessons examination by mail for potential fingerprint experts. 2nd ed., see also item [044-005] and boxes 105 through 107.; University of Applied Science, Finger Print Dept.; Chicago; 100+ pages; DF n.a.; 1918

Series 3) Doepner/Faulds--Journals:

Box 24; Folder 1; Item 024-001; IAI; Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual Convention of the International Association for Identification; Proceedings for the convention held at Windsor, Ontario, with laws, speeches divided by session and presenter, and attending, active, honorary and life members. J. G. Duncan of Oklahoma, president.; various authors; Wieber & Haselhuhn, Detroit; 240 pages; DF 154-5; 1925/08/26-1925/08/29

Box 24; Folder 1; Item 024-002; IAI; Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Convention of the International Association for Identification; Proceedings for the convention held at Denver, Colorado, with laws, speeches divided by session and presenter, and attending, active, and honorary members. H. A. Thompson of Oklahoma, president.; various authors; no pub info; 214 pages; DF 154-8; 1928/09/12-1928/09/15

Box 24; Folder 2; Item 024-003; fingerprints; Proceedings of the Royal Society; Whole issue with index. Article of interest: "The Patterns in Thumb and Finger Marks: on their Arrangement into naturally distinct Classes, the Permanence of the Papillary Ridges that make them, and the Resemblance of their Classes to ordinary Genera" by Francis Galton, presented on 11/27/1890, p. 455; various authors; v. XLVIII, no. 295, Trubner & Co.; 133 pages; DF 109; 1891/01/17

Box 24; Folder 2; Item 024-004; fingerprints; Proceedings of the Royal Society; Whole issue with index. Article of interest: "Method of indexing Finger-Marks" by Francis Galton, presented on 05/28/1891, p. 540; various authors; v.XLIX, no. 301, Trubner & Co.; 88 pages; DF 113; 1891/07/25

Box 24; Folder 3; Item 024-005; fingerprints; Proceedings of the Society for Physical Research; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Notes on 'Walter' Thumbprints of the 'Margery' Seances" by Harold Cummins, p. 15;various authors; v. XLIII, pt. 139, F. W. Faxon Co.; 40 pages; DF 1086; 1935/04

Box 24; Folder 3; Item 024-006; heredity and fingerprints; Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Sciences for 1901; Whole issue. Article of interest: "A Study in the Hereditary Transmission of Finger Patterns" by A. A. Veblen, p. 44; various authors; v. IX, B. Murphy, State Printer, Des Moines; 252 pages; DF 446; 1902

Box 24; Folder 4; Item 024-007; fingerprints; Dactylography; Whole issue of the bi-monthly journal edited by Henry Faulds.; various authors; v. 1, no. 1, Webberley, Ltd., Percy Street Printing Works, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent; 20 pages; DF 91-1; 1921/07

Box 24; Folder 4; Item 024-008; fingerprints; Dactylography; Whole issue of the bi-monthly journal edited by Henry Faulds. 2 copies.; various authors; v. 1, no. 2, Webberley, Ltd., Percy Street Printing Works, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent; 20 pages; DF 91-2; 1921/09

Box 24; Folder 4; Item 024-009; fingerprints; Dactylography; Whole issue of the bi-monthly journal edited by Henry Faulds.; various authors; v. 1, no. 3, Webberley, Ltd., Percy Street Printing Works, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent; 20 pages; DF 91-3 (?); 1921/11

Box 24; Folder 4; Item 024-010; fingerprints; Dactylography; Whole issue of the quarterly journal edited by Henry Faulds.; various authors; new series, v. 1, no. 1, Webberley, Ltd., Percy Street Printing Works, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent; 8 pages; DF 92-1; 1922/02

Box 24; Folder 4; Item 024-011; fingerprints; Dactylography; Whole issue of the quarterly journal edited by Henry Faulds.; various authors; new series, v. 1, no. 2, Webberley, Ltd., Percy Street Printing Works, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent; 8 pages; DF 92-2; 1922/04

Box 24; Folder 4; Item 024-012; fingerprints; Dactylography; Whole issue of the quarterly journal edited by Henry Faulds.; various authors; new series, v. 1, no. 3, Webberley, Ltd., Percy Street Printing Works, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent; 8 pages; DF 92-3; 1922/07

Box 24; Folder 4; Item 024-013; fingerprints; Dactylography; Whole issue of the quarterly journal edited by Henry Faulds.; various authors; new series, v. 1, no. 4, Webberley, Ltd., Percy Street Printing Works, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent; 8 pages; DF 92-4; 1922/10

Box 24; Folder 5; Item 024-014; fingerprints; School and Society; Whole issue of the weekly journal edited by J. McKeen Cattell. Article of interest: "Educational Events: Fingerprints of Children in Schools" as summarized from the New York Herald Tribune, p. 368; various authors; v. 45, no. 1159, The Science Press, Lancaster, PA; 31 pages; DF 641; 1937/03/13

Box 24; Folder 5; Item 024-015; fingerprints; Universal Finger Print News; Three whole issues of the monthly journal edited by Margaret Sullivan. Enclosed: Subscription cost card and envelope addressed to H. Doepner.; various authors; v. 1, no. 1-3, American Identification Society, Inc., New York, NY; 36 pages; DF 560; 1938/07-1938/09

Box 24; Folder 5; Item 024-016; fingerprints; The Painter and Decorator; Whole issue of the monthly journal edited by Clarence E. Swick. Article of interest: "Editorial Comment, Civil Fingerprint Registration" by Olaf Ong, p. 31-32.; various authors; v. 53, no. 12, Brotherhood of Painters, Decorators and Paperhangers of America, Lafayette, IN; 50 pages; DF 996; 1939/12

Box 24; Folder 5; Item 024-017; fingerprints; Simpson's Digest of New Spring Fashions and Fabrics; Whole issue. Article of interest: "No Two Men Are Built Alike!" which is a small paragraph, p. 2.; various authors; v. 1, no. 17, J. B. Simpson, Inc.; 16 pages; DF 642; 1940

Box 24; Folder 5; Item 024-018; heredity; The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record; Whole issue. Article(s) of interest undetermined. Gilbert Livingston, Zion Lutheran Church baptism records, Abigail McIntyre, Trinity Church Parish records, Whitmore Family Bible, etc. Enclosed: envelope addressed to H. Doepner.; various authors; v. LXXXIV, no. 1, New York, NY; 64 pages; DF 1152; 1953/01

Box 25; Folder 1; Item 025-001; fingerprints; Nature; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Letters to the Editor, On the Skin-furrows of the Hand" by Henry Faulds, p. 605; various authors; v. 22, no. 574, MacMillan and Co., Covent Garden; 16 pages; DF 507; 1880/10/28

Box 25; Folder 1; Item 025-002; fingerprints; Nature; Whole issue, missing front cover. Article of interest: "Letters to the Editor, Skin Furrows of the Hand" by W. J. Herschel, p. 76, which adds to Faulds's findings.; various authors; v. 23, no. 578; 12 pages; DF 508; 1880/11/25

Box 25; Folder 1; Item 025-003; identification; Nature; Whole issue, missing front cover. Article of interest: "The Identiscope" by Francis Galton, p. 637-638.; various authors; v. 30, no. 783; 12 pages; DF 509; 1884/10/30

Box 25; Folder 1; Item 025-004; identification; Nature; Whole issue, missing front cover. Article of interest: "Personal Identification and Description I." by Francis Galton, p. 173-177, part one.; various authors; v. 38, no. 973; 12 pages; DF 510; 1888/06/21

Box 25; Folder 1; Item 025-005; identification; Nature; Whole issue, missing front cover. Article of interest: "Personal Identification and Description II." by Francis Galton, p. 201-202, part two.; various authors; v. 38, no. 974; 12 pages; DF 511; 1888/06/28

Box 25; Folder 1; Item 025-006; fingerprints; Nature; Whole issue, missing front cover. Article of interest: "Societies and Academies, London, Royal Society, 'Method of Indexing Finger Marks'" by Francis Galton, p. 141, narrative of his presentation before the Royal Society.; various authors; v. 44, no. 1128; 12 pages; DF 512; 1891/06/11

Box 25; Folder 1; Item 025-007; sciences; Nature; Whole issue, missing front cover. Article of interest undetermined.; various authors; v. 44, no. 1130; 12 pages; DF 513; 1891/06/25

Box 25; Folder 2; Item 025-008; fingerprints; Nature; Whole issue, missing front cover. Paragraph of interest on p. 432 mentioning Bertillon and Galton.; various authors; v. 46, no. 1192; 12 pages; DF 514; 1892/09/01

Box 25; Folder 2; Item 025-009; sciences; Nature; Whole issue, missing front cover. Paragraph of interest on p. 182 mentioning Galton's fingerprint work.; various authors; v. 48, no. 1234; 12 pages; DF 515; 1893/06/22

Box 25; Folder 2; Item 025-010; fingerprints; Nature; Whole issue, missing front cover. Article of interest: "Letters to the Editor, Identification" by Francis Galton, p. 222, on means to identify, fingerprints, etc.; various authors; v. 48, no. 1236; 12 pages; DF 516; 1893/07/06

Box 25; Folder 2; Item 025-011; fingerprints; Nature; Whole issue, missing front cover. Article of interest: "Finger-prints in the Indian Army" by Francis Galton, p. 595-596, on a letter from C. H. Pearson.; various authors; v. 48, no. 1251; 12 pages; DF 517; 1893/10/19

Box 25; Folder 2; Item 025-012; sciences; Nature; Whole issue, missing front cover. Article of interest undetermined.; various authors; v. 49, no. 1273; 12 pages; DF 518; 1894/03/22

Box 25; Folder 2; Item 025-013; identification; Nature; Whole issue, missing front cover. Paragraph of interest on p. 326 mentioning identifying criminals with anthropometry (Bertillon) system.; various authors; v. 50, no. 1292; 12 pages; DF 519; 1894/08/02

Box 25; Folder 2; Item 025-014; sciences; Nature; Whole issue, missing front cover. Article of interest undetermined.; various authors; v. 50, no. 1298; 12 pages; DF 520; 1894/09/13

Box 25; Folder 2; Item 025-015; fingerprints; Nature; Whole issue, missing front cover. Article of interest: "Letters to the Editor, On the Identification of Habitual Criminals by Finger-Prints" by Henry Faulds, p. 548, on Galton's writings, Herschel's findings, etc.; various authors; v. 50, no. 1301; 12 pages; DF 521; 1894/10/04

Box 25; Folder 3; Item 025-016; identification; Nature; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Numeralised Profiles for Classification and Recognition" by Francis Galton, p. 127-130, on measuring facial profiles, etc.; various authors; v. 83, no. 2109; 12 pages; DF 541; 1910/03/31

Box 25; Folder 3; Item 025-017; identification; Nature; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Letters to the Editor, Poroscopy: the Scrutiny of Sweat-pores for Identification" by Henry Faulds, p. 635-636.; various authors; v. 91, no. 2286; 12 pages; DF 542; 1913/08/21

Box 25; Folder 3; Item 025-018; sciences; Nature; Whole issue. Article of interest undetermined.; various authors; v. 92, no. 2312; 12 pages; DF 543; 1914/02/19

Box 25; Folder 3; Item 025-019; sciences; Nature; Partial issue? Article of interest undetermined.; various authors; v. 94, no. 2340; 12 pages; DF n.a.; 1914/09/03

Box 25; Folder 3; Item 025-020; sciences; Nature; Whole issue. Article of interest undetermined.; various authors; v. 98, no. 2458; 12 pages; DF 544; 1916/12/07

Box 25; Folder 3; Item 025-021; identification; Nature; Whole issue. Articles of interest: "Letters to the Editor, The Permanence of Finger-Print Patterns" one by Henry Faulds in response to reading Hershcel's pamphlet and one by W. J. Herschel on the exclusion of Faulds. An argument of sorts, p. 388-389.; various authors; v. 98, no. 2464; 12 pages; DF 545; 1917/01/18

Box 25; Folder 4; Item 025-022; fingerprints; Nature; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Letters to the Editor, The Finger-print System in the Far East" by Filippo De Filippi, which discusses the Eastern origins of fingerprint usage, p. 125; various authors; v. 103, no. 2581, MacMillan and Co., London; 12 pages; DF 546; 1919/04/17

Box 25; Folder 4; Item 025-023; fingerprints; Nature; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Research Items, The Forging of Finger-prints" which is a brief discussion of an article in Dactylography by J. C. Goodwin, p. 190; various authors; v. 110, no. 2753, MacMillan and Co., London; 20 pages; DF 547; 1922/08/05

Box 25; Folder 4; Item 025-024; fingerprints; Nature; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Research Items, The Study of Fingerprints: Identification of Cows" which is a brief discussion of an article in Dactylography by C. L. Enos, p. 646; various authors; v. 110, no. 2767, MacMillan and Co., London; 20 pages; DF 548; 1922/11/11

Box 25; Folder 4; Item 025-025; fingerprints; Nature; Whole issue. Supplement photo insert of I. P. Pavlov, by Emery Walker, Lafayette. Article of interest: "Research Items, Heredity in Finger Prints" which is a brief discussion of Galton's work and other research in print genetics, p. 27; various authors; v. 115, no. 2879, MacMillan and Co., London; 20 pages; DF 549; 1925/01/03

Box 25; Folder 4; Item 025-026; identification; Nature; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Research Items, Identification by Recognition" which is a brief discussion of a booklet called Mistake Identity by Clifford Sully, p. 135; various authors; v. 117, no. 2934, MacMillan and Co., London; 25 pages; DF 550; 1926/01/23

Box 25; Folder 5; Item 025-027; fingerprints; Science; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Letters to the Editor, Thumb-marks" by Walter Hough, p. 166; various authors; v. VIII, no. 185, The Science Company, New York; 24 pages; DF 1030; 1886/08/20

Box 25; Folder 5; Item 025-028; fingerprints; Science; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Letters to the Editor, Thumb-marks" by Joseph F. James, p. 166; various authors; v. VIII, no. 187, The Science Company, New York; 24 pages; DF 165; 1886/09/03

Box 25; Folder 5; Item 025-029; fingerprints; Science; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Scientific Books, 'The Sense of Touch in Mammals and Birds, with Especial Reference to Papillary Ridges' by Walter Kidd, M.D., F.Z.S." which is a book review by Inez Whipple Wilder, p. 582-585; various authors; New Series, v. XXVII, no. 693; 47 pages; DF 177; 1908/04/10

Box 25; Folder 5; Item 025-030; fingerprints; Science; Whole issue, copy two. Article of interest: "Scientific Books, 'The Sense of Touch in Mammals and Birds, with Especial Reference to Papillary Ridges' by Walter Kidd, M.D., F.Z.S." which is a book review by Inez Whipple Wilder, p. 582-585; various authors; New Series, v. XXVII, no. 693; 47 pages; DF 496; 1908/04/010

Box 25; Folder 5; Item 025-031; fingerprints; Science; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Scientific Books, Concerning the History of Finger-Prints" which is a book review by B. Laufer concerning the pamphlet The Origin of Finger-Printing by William J. Herschel, p. 504-505; various authors; New Series, v. XLV, no. 1169; 35 pages; DF 194; 1917/05/25

Box 25; Folder 5; Item 025-032; identification; Science; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Scientific Books, The Norwegian Identity Book" which is a book review with no author stated, p. 470-472; various authors; New Series, v. LXI, no. 1583; 46 pages; DF 250; 1925/05/01

Box 25; Folder 5; Item 025-033; identification; Science; Whole issue, copy two. Article of interest: "Scientific Books, The Norwegian Identity Book" which is a book review with no author stated, p. 470-472; various authors; New Series, v. LXI, no. 1583; 46 pages; DF 250; 1925/05/01

Box 25; Folder 6; Item 025-034; fingerprints; Science News-Letter; Whole issue. Article of interest: "In Various Science Fields, Twins" which is a news brief about similarity in fingerprints of twins, p. 25; various authors; v. XVII, no. 457; 14 pages; DF 849; 1930/01/11

Box 25; Folder 6; Item 025-035; fingerprints; Science News-Letter; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Eskimo's Fingerprints Reveal Racial Difference" which is a news brief about determining race via fingerprints, p. 83-84; various authors; v. XX, no. 539; 14 pages; DF 850; 1931/08/08

Box 25; Folder 6; Item 025-036; fingerprints; Science News-Letter; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Symmetry of Human Body is Varied in Fingerprints" which is a news brief, p. 175; various authors; v. 35, no. 11; 14 pages; DF 1006; 1939/03/18

Box 25; Folder 6; Item 025-037; blood; Science News-Letter; Whole issue. Article of interest: "In Science Fields, Identification Tags May Carry Blood Type Data" which is a news brief about military tags listing blood type, p. 280; various authors; v. 36, no. 18; 14 pages; DF 1007; 1939/10/28

Box 25; Folder 6; Item 025-038; fingerprints; Science News-Letter; Whole issue. Article of interest: "In Science Fields, A-Bomb Fails to Alter Fingerprint Patterns" which is a news brief, p. 56; various authors; v. 72, no. 4; 14 pages; DF 1271; 1957/07/27

Box 26; Folder 1; Item 026-001; fingerprints; 'Round the World Bulletin; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Finger Prints, Lecture No. 5" by W. Warren Reeves, p. 2; various authors; General Efficiency Company, San Francisco, CA; 8 pages; DF 383; 1927/04

Box 26; Folder 1; Item 026-002; fingerprints; 'Round the World Bulletin; Whole issue. Article of interest: "General Identification System, Single Finger Prints" which is a patented system by General Efficiency Co., p. 3; various authors; General Efficiency Company, San Francisco, CA; 8 pages; DF 383; 1927/05

Box 26; Folder 1; Item 026-003; fingerprints; 'Round the World Bulletin; Whole issue. Articles of interest: "Finger Prints" by W. Warren Reeves, p. 1 and "Inkless Finger Prints" which is a news brief, p. 6; various authors; General Efficiency Company, San Francisco, CA; 8 pages; DF 383; 1928/01

Box 26; Folder 1; Item 026-004; fingerprints; 'Round the World Bulletin; Whole issue. Articles of interest: "Finger Prints" and "Smears" (poem) by W. Warren Reeves, p. 2, 4; various authors; General Efficiency Company, San Francisco, CA; 8 pages; DF 383; 1928/04

Box 26; Folder 1; Item 026-005; fingerprints; 'Round the World Bulletin; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Finger Prints, the Henry System" in which the author is not listed, p. 7-8; various authors; General Efficiency Company, San Francisco, CA; 8 pages; DF 383; 1928/05

Box 26; Folder 1; Item 026-006; identification; 'Round the World Bulletin; Whole issue. Articles of interest: "Missing!" by Mary E. Hamilton, with photo, p. 1. Also, IAI convention listing, p. 4; various authors; General Efficiency Company, San Francisco, CA; 8 pages; DF 383; 1928/10

Box 26; Folder 1; Item 026-007; identification; 'Round the World Bulletin; Whole issue, copy 2. Articles of interest: "Missing!" by Mary E. Hamilton, with photo, p. 1. Also, IAI convention listing, p. 4; various authors; General Efficiency Company, San Francisco, CA; 8 pages; DF 383; 1928/10

Box 26; Folder 1; Item 026-008; fingerprints; 'Round the World Bulletin; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Do You Know That Today Babies Are Sold--Abandoned--Murdered?" which mentions footprinting and is by Mary E. Hamilton, p. 1-2; various authors; General Efficiency Company, San Francisco, CA; 8 pages; DF 383; 1929/03

Box 26; Folder 1; Item 026-009; fingerprints; 'Round the World Bulletin; Whole issue. Articles of interest: "Finger Prints and Permits to Carry Fire Arms" and "Finger Prints to Curb Bad Checks" which are supported causes, p. 1; various authors; General Efficiency Company, San Francisco, CA; 8 pages; DF 383; 1929/05

Box 26; Folder 1; Item 026-010; blood; 'Round the World Bulletin; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Blood Test Ordered in Girl's Suit Over Paternity of Child" which is a news brief that notes fingerprints "will soon be able to decide cases like this" if scientific claims can be found true, p. 2; various authors; General Efficiency Company, San Francisco, CA; 8 pages; DF 383; 1929/07

Box 26; Folder 1; Item 026-011; investigation; Journal of the Royal Society of Arts; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Science and the Investigation of Crime" by C. Ainsworth Mitchell, p. 353-364; various authors; v. LXIX, no. 3570, Bell & Sons, London; 14 pages; DF 707; 1921/04/22

Box 26; Folder 1; Item 026-012; handwriting; Journal of the Royal Society of Arts; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Handwriting and its Value as Evidence" by C. Ainsworth Mitchell, p. 373-384; various authors; v. LXXI, no. 3673, Bell & Sons, London; 14 pages; DF 633; 1923/04/13

Box 26; Folder 1; Item 026-013; fingerprints; Social Forces; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Fingerprints: Black Marks Against the Migrant" by Myron Falk, p. 52-56; various authors; v. 19, no. 1, University of North Carolina Press; 152 pages; DF 897; 1940/10

Box 26; Folder 1; Item 026-014; fingerprints; Social Forces; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Transients in a New Guise" by June Purcell Guild, which discusses fingerprinting in social work cases, p. 366-372; various authors; v. 17, no. 3, University of North Carolina Press; 152 pages; DF 870; 1939/03

Box 26; Folder 2; Item 026-015; identification; The Journal of the Franklin Institute; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Identification of Human Beings by the System of Alphonse Bertillon" by Persifor Frazer, p. 321-358; various authors; v. CLXVII, no. 5, Philadelphia; 102 pages; DF 102; 1909/05

Box 26; Folder 2; Item 026-016; identification; The Journal of the Franklin Institute; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Identification of Human Beings by the System of Alphonse Bertillon" by Persifor Frazer, p. 239-259; various authors; v. CLXVII, no. 4, Philadelphia; 105 pages; DF 102; 1909/04

Box 26; Folder 3; Item 026-017; identification; Blackwood's Magazine; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Silhouettes from the Sudan" by G. J. H., p. 164, has a section titled "Brown Detectives", p. 168-171; various authors; v. CCIII, no. MCCXXVIII, William Blackwood and Sons; 169 pages; DF 37; 1918/02

Box 26; Folder 3; Item 026-018; identification; Blackwood's Magazine; Whole issue. Article of interest: "The Punjab Finger-Print Bureau" by J. Coatman, p. 246-262. Letter glued in back.; various authors; v. CCXVIII, no. MCCCXVIII, William Blackwood and Sons; 169 pages; DF 56; 1925/08

Box 26; Folder 4; Item 026-019; identification; Blackwood's Magazine; Whole issue, fragile. Article of interest: "Impostures" by Charles Mackay, p. 51-63, with bookmark on page 56-57. Pages uncut.; various authors; v. LI, no. CCCXV, William Blackwood and Sons; 100+ pages; DF 494; 1842/01

Box 26; Folder 4; Item 026-020; identification; Blackwood's Magazine; Whole issue, fragile. Article of interest: "Personal Identities" on p. 733-741. Pages uncut.; various authors; v. XCIV, no. DLXXVIII, William Blackwood and Sons; 100+ pages; DF 36; 1863/12

Box 27; Folder 1; Item 027-001; identification; Illustrated World; Whole issue. Article of interest: "To Identify the War Dead" by J. P. Morris, p. 864; various authors; v. XXVIII, no. 6, Chicago; 160 pages; DF 255; 1918/02

Box 27; Folder 1; Item 027-002; identification; Illustrated World; Whole issue. Article of interest: "The Telltale Finger Print" by Hermann Bacher Deutsch, p. 739-744; various authors; v. XXVII, no. 5, Chicago; 160 pages; DF 71; 1917/01

Box 27; Folder 2; Item 027-003; fingerprints; The Survey; Whole issue. Article of interest: "The Common Welfare" has several separate briefs on fingerprints and law, p. 409-416; various authors; v. XXVIII, no. 10, New York; 26 pages; DF 475; 1912/06/08

Box 27; Folder 2; Item 027-004; fingerprints; The Survey; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Editorial Grist, An Experiment with Tiny Fingers" by Joseph T. Williams, p. 119-120; various authors; v. XXVIII, no. 3, New York; 48 pages; DF 474; 1912/04/20

Box 27; Folder 2; Item 027-005; fingerprints; The Living Age; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Finger-Prints as Detectives" from The Outlook, p. 698-700; various authors; (beginning) v. CCLI, 7th Series v. XXXIII, no. 3258, Boston; 66 pages; DF 673; 1906/12/15

Box 27; Folder 2; Item 027-006; fingerprints; The Living Age; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Finger-Prints as Detectives" from The Spectater, p. 815-817; various authors; (beginning) v. CCXXXV, 7th Series v. XVII, no. 3051, Boston; 54 pages; DF 674; 1902/12/27

Box 27; Folder 3; Item 027-007; fingerprints; Psychic Science; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Teleplasmic Thumb-prints" by E. E. Dudley and J. Malcolm Bird, with 18 pages of photos beforehand, p. 25-65; various authors; v. IX, no. 1, London; 78 pages; DF 1085; 1930/04

Box 27; Folder 3; Item 027-008; sciences; Mind; Whole issue. Article of interest undetermined.; various authors; New Series, no. 70, London; 159 pages; DF 1031; 1909/04

Box 27; Folder 4; Item 027-009; Bertillon; Current Literature and Current History; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Sociologic Questions of the Times, The Bertillon System" discussing the effectiveness of the system, p. 89-90; various authors; v. XXXV, no. 1, New York; 128+ pages; DF 65; 1903/07

Box 27; Folder 4; Item 027-010; fingerprints; Current Opinion; Whole issue. Article of interest: "A Simple but Infallible Way of Identifying Masterpieces" discussing painting authorship and Da Vinci, p. 731-732; various authors; v. LXXIV, no. 6, New York; 128+ pages; DF 66; 1923/06

Box 27; Folder 4; Item 027-011; investigation; Current History; Whole issue. Article of interest: "New Methods of Combating Crime" by C. S. Morrill, p. 107-110; various authors; v. XXIX, no. 1, New York; 174+ pages; DF 497; 1928/10

Box 27; Folder 5; Item 027-012; fingerprints; The New Statesman and Nation; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Finger Patterns" by Louis Herrman, p. 191-193; various authors; v. II, no. 25 new series; 27 pages; DF 1003; 1931/08/15

Box 27; Folder 5; Item 027-013; fingerprints; The New Statesman and Nation; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Fingerprints" by Y. Y., p. 97-98; various authors; v. V, no. 101 new series; 27 pages; DF 1004; 1933/01/28

Box 27; Folder 5; Item 027-014; fingerprints; The New Statesman and Nation; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Fingerprints" by Y. Y., p. 337-338; various authors; v. XI, no. 263 new series; 39 pages; DF 1005; 1936/03/07

Box 28; Folder 1; Item 028-001; sciences; American Anthropologist; Whole issue. Article of interest: "The Restoration of Dried Tissues, with Especial Reference to Human Remains" by Harris Hawthorne Wilder, p. 1-17; various authors; v. 6, no. 1; 196 pages; DF 464; 1904/01-03

Box 28; Folder 1; Item 028-002; fingerprints; American Anthropologist; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Racial Differences in Palm and Sole Configuration" by Harris Hawthorne Wilder, p. 244-293; various authors; v. 6, no. 2; 171 pages; DF 463; 1904/04-06

Box 28; Folder 1; Item 028-003; fingerprints; American Anthropologist; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Racial Differences in Palm and Sole Configurations: II--Palm and Sole Prints of Liberian Natives" by Harris Hawthorne Wilder, p. 189-207; various authors; v. 15, no. 2; 213 pages; DF 465; 1913/04-06

Box 28; Folder 2; Item 028-004; identification; The New Englander; Whole issue, very fragile! Article of interest: "Condillac and the Principle of Identity" by Lyell Adams, mostly on philosophy of identity, p. 440-466; various authors; v. XXXV, no. CXXXVI, New Haven; 180 pages; DF 265; 1876/07

Box 28; Folder 3; Item 028-005; identification; The New Englander; Whole issue, very fragile! Article of interest: "Necessary Truths and the Principle of Identity" by Lyell Adams, mostly on philosophy of identity, p. 733-751; various authors; v. XXXV, no. CXXXVII, New Haven; 199 pages; DF 266; 1876/10

Box 28; Folder 4; Item 028-006; police; The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science; Whole issue. All articles focus on the journal's subtitle, "The Police and the Crime Problem" edited by Thorsten Sellin.; various authors; v. CXLVI, no. 235, Concord; 293 pages; DF 990; 1929/11

Box 28; Folder 4; Item 028-007; police; New England Magazine; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Criminal Identification, or a Day at Police Headquarters" by Joseph M. Sullivan, p. 106-110; various authors; Boston, MA; pages; DF 417; 1910/03

Box 29; Folder 1; Item 029-001; sciences; Journal of the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States; Whole issue. Article of interest undetermined. James Evelyn Pilcher, editor.; various authors; v. XIX, no. 5; 79+ pages; DF 163; 1906/11

Box 29; Folder 1; Item 029-002; fingerprints; The Military Surgeon; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Identification of Two Unknown Soldiers by Finger Prints" by Allie W. Williams, p. 1-3; various authors; v. XXXV, no. 1; 100 pages; DF 477; 1914/07

Box 29; Folder 1; Item 029-003; fingerprints; Journal of the U. S. Cavalry Association; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Finger Prints" by M. W. McClaughry, p. 500-512; various authors; v. XVII, no. 63, Kansas; 235 pages; DF 236; 1907/01

Box 29; Folder 1; Item 029-004; fingerprints; United States Naval Medical Bulletin; Whole issue, card with request from H. Doepner for the journal. Article of interest: "Suggestions on Taking Finger Prints" by John D. Hall, p. 17-23; various authors; v. 4, no. 1, Government Printing Office, Washington; 136 pages; DF 136; 1910/01

Box 29; Folder 2; Item 029-005; fingerprints; The Journal of Heredity; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Physical Correspondences in Two Sets of Duplicate Twins: Striking Degree of Identity Show in Bodily Measurements and Skin Patterns of Palms and Soles" by Harris Hawthorne Wilder, p. 410-420; various authors; v. X, no. 9, Washington, D.C.; 48 pages; DF 164; 1919/12

Box 29; Folder 2; Item 029-006; fingerprints; The Journal of Heredity; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Finger Prints of Monozygotic Twins" by G. Schreiber, p. 403-406; various authors; v. XXI, no. 9; 30 pages; DF 617; 1930/09

Box 29; Folder 2; Item 029-007; fingerprints; The Journal of Heredity; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Genetic Studies of Monozygotic Twins, II. Finger-patterns and Eye-color as Criteria of Monozygosity" by D. Cecil Rife, p.407-414; various authors; v. 24, no. 10; 45 pages; DF 618; 1933/10

Box 29; Folder 2; Item 029-008; fingerprints; The Journal of Heredity; Whole issue. Article of interest: "A Study of Identical Triplets" by L. W. Sontag and V. L. Nelson, p. 473-480; various authors; v. 24, no. 12; 45 pages; DF 619; 1933/12

Box 29; Folder 2; Item 029-009; fingerprints; The Journal of Heredity; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Finger Prints in Conjoined Twins" by Harold Cummins and G. Tyler Mairs, p. 237-243; various authors; v. 25, no. 6; 45 pages; DF 620; 1934/06

Box 29; Folder 2; Item 029-010; fingerprints; The Journal of Heredity; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Finger, Palm, and Sole Prints of Monozygotic Quadruplets" by John W. MacArthur and O. T. MacArthur, p. 147-153; various authors; v. 28, no. 4; 30 pages; DF 621; 1937/04

Box 29; Folder 3; Item 029-011; identification; The Eugenics Review; Whole issue. Article of interest: "International Biological Registration" by Jon Alfred Mjoen and Jon Bo, p. 183-188; various authors; v. XVI, no. 3, London; 80 pages; DF 669; 1924/10

Box 29; Folder 3; Item 029-012; identification; The Classical Review; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Short Notices" includes a review by W. H. D. R. of a book titled "The Oxyrhynchus Papyri" which mentions body marks to identify bodies, p. 179; various authors; v. XXXIV, nos. 7/8; 59 pages; DF 61; 1920/11-12

Box 29; Folder 3; Item 029-013; identification; The Independent; Whole issue. Article of interest: "The Identification of John Paul Jones's Body" by the Professors of the Paris Anthropological School, p. 65-72; various authors; v. LIX, no. 2954, New York; 71 pages; DF 55; 1905/07/13

Box 29; Folder 4; Item 029-014; palm and footprints; The American Naturalist; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Pads on the Palm and Sole of the Human Foetus" by R. H. Johnson, p. 729-734; various authors; v. XXXIII, no. 393; 71 pages; DF 168; 1899/09

Box 29; Folder 4; Item 029-015; identification; The Cosmopolitan; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Identifying Criminals" by A. F. B. Crofton, p. 34-39; various authors; v. XX, no. 1; 112+ pages; DF 62; 1895/11

Box 29; Folder 4; Item 029-016; fingerprints; American Federationist; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Editorials, Why Not a Branding Iron" by Samuel Gompers, p. 844-846; various authors; v. XXIX, no. 11; 71 pages; DF 9; 1922/11

Box 29; Folder 4; Item 029-017; fingerprints; The Bankers Magazine; Whole issue. Article of interest: "An Easy and Positive Means of Identifying Signatures" which describes how fingerprints can be used against fraud with signatures via a new kit, p. 556-562; various authors; v. XCV, no. 4; 147+ pages; DF 20; 1917/10

Box 30; Folder 1; Item 030-001; hair; American Journal of Physical Anthropology; Whole issue. All articles mainly focused on hair, such as pigmentation, correlation to eyes, geographic regions of certain types, etc.; various authors; v. V, no. 2; 111 pages; DF 473; 1922/04-06

Box 30; Folder 1; Item 030-002; sciences; American Journal of Physical Anthropology; Whole issue. Articles focused on human feet, facial features, height, etc.; various authors; v. V, no. 4; 99 pages; DF 25; 1922/10-12

Box 30; Folder 1; Item 030-003; palm and fingerprints; American Journal of Physical Anthropology; Whole issue, various identification/Anth. articles. Article of interest: "Racial Differences in the Papillary Lines of the Palm" by Harriet Hopkins Keith, p. 165-206; various authors; v. VII, no. 2; 141 pages; DF 174; 1924/04-06

Box 30; Folder 1; Item 030-004; fingerprints; American Journal of Physical Anthropology; Whole issue, various identification/Anth. articles. Article of interest: "General Rules in the Symmetrical Occurrence of Papillary Patterns" by J. Dankmeijer and R. C. Renes, p. 67-79; various authors; v. XXIV, no. 1; 126 pages; DF 595; 1938/07-09

Box 30; Folder 1; Item 030-005; fingerprints; American Journal of Physical Anthropology; Whole issue, various identification/Anth. articles. Article of interest: "Some Anthropological Data on Finger Prints" by J. Dankmeijer, p. 377-388; various authors; v. XXIII, no. 4; 140 pages; DF 589; 1938/04-06

Box 30; Folder 2; Item 030-006; heredity and fingerprints; American Journal of Anatomy; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Duplicate Twins and Double Monsters" by Harris Hawthorne Wilder, p. 387-472; various authors; v. III, no. 4, Baltimore; 156+ pages; DF 466; 1904/09/20

Box 30; Folder 2; Item 030-007; palm and footprints; American Journal of Anatomy; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Palms and Soles" by Harris Hawthorne Wilder, p. 423-442; various authors; v. I, no. 4, Baltimore; 127+ pages; DF 460; 1902/09/15

Box 30; Folder 3; Item 030-008; fingerprints; Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research; Whole issue. Article of interest: "The Judge's Sign-Manual" by Mark W. Richardson, p. 48-58; various authors; v. XXVI, no. 2; 51 pages; DF 1058; 1932/02

Box 30; Folder 3; Item 030-009; fingerprints; Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research; Whole issue, various articles on fingerprints & proof of the supernatural; various authors; v. XXVI, no. 3; 51 pages; DF 1059; 1932/03

Box 30; Folder 3; Item 030-010; fingerprints; Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research; Whole issue. Article of interest: "The Margery Mediumship" by Ralph G. Adams, John W. Fife, and Brackett K. Thorogood, p. 266-276; various authors; v. XXVI, no. 7; 51 pages; DF 1060; 1932/07

Box 30; Folder 3; Item 030-011; fingerprints; Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research; Whole issue. Article of interest: "The Margery Mediumship" by William H. Button, with photos, p. 335-338; various authors; v. XXVI, no. 9; 51 pages; DF 1061; 1932/09

Box 30; Folder 3; Item 030-012; fingerprints; Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research; Whole issue. Article of interest: "The Margery Mediumship" by L. R. G. Crandon, with photos, proceeded by a letter from the society president W. Buttons, p. 36-51; various authors; v. XXIX, no. 2; 31 pages; DF 1062; 1935/02

Box 30; Folder 3; Item 030-013; fingerprints; Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Editorial Notes, the 'Walter' Thumbprints: Dr. Cummins's Report" which is a summary of Cummins's findings about the Margery case, p.131-134; various authors; v. XXIX, no. 5; 25 pages; DF 1063; 1935/05

Box 30; Folder 3; Item 030-014a; fingerprints; Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research; Whole issue, supplement to amend fraud to the previous issue no. 5. Commentary, letters, and actions taken upon the previous publication of the article "Editorial Notes, the 'Walter' Thumbprints: Dr. Cummins's Report" about the Margery case, full issue; various authors; v. XXIX, no. 5 supp.; 10 pages; DF 1064; 1935/05

Box 30; Folder 3; Item 030-014b; fingerprints; Bulletin of the National Laboratory of Psychical Research; Whole issue, full bulletin is one article: "The Identification of the 'Walter' Prints" with illustrations.; E. E. Dudley; Bulletin III, London; 16+ pages; DF 1022 (or 350); 1932

Box 30; Folder 4; Item 030-015; identification; Michigan Law Review; Whole issue, including template letter from Doepner to the publishers. Bookmarked pages: 468-470; various authors; v. XXI, no. 4; 129 pages; DF 242; 1923/02

Box 30; Folder 4; Item 030-016; criminology; National Municipal Review; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Criminal Statistics and Identification of Criminals" by Louis N. Robinson, p. 769-777; various authors; v. XVI, no. 12, total no. 138, New York; 69 pages; DF 258; 1927/12

Box 31; Folder 1; Item 031-001; identification; American Journal of Orthodontics and Oral Surgery; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Editorial, Posthumous Identification" by K. H. T., p. 546-547; various authors; v. 28, no. 9; 122 pages; DF 1122; 1942/09

Box 31; Folder 1; Item 031-002; fingerprints; Journal of Genetics; Whole issue. Article of interest: "The Finger Prints of Twins" by H. H. Newman, p. 415-446; various authors; v. 23, no.3, Cambridge Univ Press; 131 pages; DF 995; 1930/12

Box 31; Folder 1; Item 031-003; palm and footprints; Biological Bulletin of the Marine Biological Laboratory; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Palm and Sole Studies" by Harris H. Wilder, p. 211-252; various authors; v. XXX, no. 3; 41 pages; DF 468; 1916/03

Box 31; Folder 1; Item 031-004; fingerprints; St. Thomas's Hospital Gazette; Whole issue, with short note on letterhead. Article of interest: "Dactyloscopy" by Henry Faulds, an article which is introduced before it is presented, p. 12-16; various authors; v. XIV, no. 1, London; 30 pages; DF 89; 1904/01

Box 31; Folder 1; Item 031-005; palm and footprints; The American Journal of Nursing; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Palm Prints for Infant Identification" by Louise E. Morgan and Florence Pauls, p. 866-868; various authors; v. 39, no. 8; 166 pages; DF 1032; 1939/08

Box 31; Folder 1; Item 031-006; identification; Archives of Pathology; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Identification of Person and Determination of Cause of Death From Skeletal Remains" by Frank R. Dutra, p. 339-349; various authors; v. 38, no. 5, Chicago; 83 pages; DF 1089; 1944/11

Box 31; Folder 2; Item 031-007; criminology; Case and Comment; Whole issue. Various articles of interest on prison reform, criminology, fingerprints, etc.; various authors; v. 21, no. 10; 83+ pages; DF 49; 1915/03

Box 31; Folder 2; Item 031-008; criminology; Journal of the American Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology; Whole issue. Various articles of interest on criminology, fingerprints, prisons, testimony, etc.; various authors; v. X, no. 2; 156 pages; DF 989; 1919/08

Box 31; Folder 2; Item 031-009; fingerprints; The Juridical Review; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Finger-Prints: The Case of Kangali Charan, 1898" by G. W. Wilton, p. 417-427; various authors; v. XLIX, no. 4, Edinburgh; 131 pages; DF 606; 1937/12/01

Box 31; Folder 3; Item 031-010; fingerprints; California Law Review; Whole issue. Article of interest: "The Right to Take Fingerprints, Measurements, and Photographs" by A. M. Kidd, p. 25-40; various authors; v. VIII, no. 1; 68 pages; DF 178; 1919/11

Box 31; Folder 3; Item 031-011; questioned documents; Virginia Law Review; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Book Review, The Problem of Proof" by C. A. Graves, which review the book by Albert S. Osborn, p. 168-169; various authors; v. IX, no. 2; 87 pages; DF 273; 1922/12

Box 31; Folder 3; Item 031-012; fingerprints; The Department of State Bulletin; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Fingerprint Requirement Waived" which includes the regulations signed by Harris H. Huston, p. 682; various authors; v. XXXVII, no. 957; 31 pages; DF 1230; 1957/10/28

Box 31; Folder 4; Item 031-013; public safety; Safety Engineering; Whole issue, fire and accident prevention. Unknown article of interest.; various authors; v. XLIX, no. 6; 79 pages; DF 382; 1925/06

Box 31; Folder 4; Item 031-014; missing persons; 'Round the World Bulletin of Missing Persons; Whole issue, 2 page supplement of investigators directory. Various articles of interest on missing persons, crime, etc.; various authors; San Francisco; 14 pages; DF 792; 1929/10

Box 31; Folder 4; Item 031-015; various news; The National Legionnaire; Whole issue. Unknown article of interest.; various authors; v. 6, no. 10, Indianapolis; 16 pages; DF 889; 1940/10

Box 31; Folder 4; Item 031-016; fingerprints; The Connecticut Fingerprinter; Whole issue, "Official Publication of the National Assoc. for Universal Fingerprinting" and "An Educational Project." Various articles of interest. Typewritten, letter from the association and possibly 2 issues enclosed.; La Belle, George; Hartford; 22 pages; DF 998; n.d.

Box 32; Folder 1; Item 032-001; identification; The Medico-Legal and Criminological Review; Whole issue. Abstract, p. 46, for H. Cummins's article "Finger-prints and Attempted Fraud" which appeared in New Orl. Med. Surg. J., 1941.; various authors; v. X, pt. 1, Cambridge; 66 pages; DF 961-1; 1942/01

Box 32; Folder 1; Item 032-002; identification; The Medico-Legal and Criminological Review; Whole issue. Article of interest: "Finger Prints of the Dead" which summarizes an article from the Bureau of Criminal Investigation, NY's Bulletin, p. 90, with photos.; various authors; v. X, pt. 2, Cambridge; 54 pages; DF 961-2; 1942/04

Box 32; Folder 1; Item 032-003; identification; The Medico-Legal and Criminological Review; Whole issue. Various articles of interest on crime, blood tests, legal issues, etc.; various authors; v. X, pt. 3, Cambridge; 72 pages; DF 961-3; 1942/07

Box 32; Folder 1; Item 032-004; identification; The Medico-Legal and Criminological Review; Whole issue. Abstract, p. 232, for the article "Palm-print Used as Evidence of Murder" which appeared in Daily Telegraph and Morning Post, July 22, 1942.; various authors; v. X, pt. 4, Cambridge; 76 pages; DF 961-4; 1942/10-12

Box 32; Folder 2; Item 032-005; fingerprints; The Police Journal; Whole issue. Article of interest: "The Fingerprinting Difficulty in Scotland:" by W. J. Swan, p. 482-485; various authors; v. VI, no. 4; 127 pages; DF 839; 1933/10

Box 32; Folder 2; Item 032-006; police; The Detective; Whole issue. Various articles of interest on crime, criminals, law enforcement, etc.; various authors; v. XLV, no. 521, Chicago; 8 pages; DF 791; 1929/03

Box 32; Folder 2; Item 032-007; police; Police Chronicle; Whole issue. Various articles of interest on crime, law enforcement, fingerprints (p. 5), etc. in Britain.; various authors; no. 2533, London; 16 pages; DF 824; 1933/09/22

Box 32; Folder 2; Item 032-008; police; Police Chronicle; Whole issue. Various articles of interest on crime, law enforcement, fingerprints (p. 7), etc. in Britain.; various authors; no. 2554, London; 20 pages; DF 824; 1934/02/16

Box 32; Folder 3; Item 032-009; handwriting and fingerprints; Archiv fur Kriminal-Anthropologie und Kriminalistik; Whole issue, in German. Articles of interest: "Die daktyloskopische Registratur" p. 24 by Daae, "Die Bedeutung der Handschrift im Zivil- und Strafrecht" p. 171 by Schneickert, and "Schriftenvergleichung und Urkundenfalschung" p. 174 by Kantorowicz.; various authors; Band. 24, 1. u. 2. Heft., Leipzig; 188 pages; DF 15; 1906

Box 32; Folder 3; Item 032-010; identification; Archiv fur Kriminal-Anthropologie und Kriminalistik; Whole issue, in German. Articles of interest: "Ein Indizienprozess" p. 129 by Glos, "Die Bedeutung der Ohrmuschel fur die Feststellung der Identitat" p. 150 by Imhofer, "uber die Tauschungen bei der Schatzung von Entfernungen" p. 164 by Sterneck, and "uber die Verwendbarkeit von Hornhautmassen zur Identifizierung von Verbrechern" p. 180 by Steiger.; various authors; Band. 26, 2. u. 3. Heft., Leipzig; 163 pages; DF 16; 1907

Box 32; Folder 4; Item 032-011; fingerprints; Archiv fur Kriminal-Anthropologie und Kriminalistik; Whole issue, in German. Articles of interest: "Daktyloskopische Spezialregistraturen" p. 11 by Haslinger, "uber die Abnahme latenter Fingerabdrucke" p. 100 by Kockel, "uber das D. Gstetnersche Finger-print Outfit, erfunden und vertrieben den Neo-Cylostyle Works, Tottenham Hale, London" p. 146; various authors; Band. 54, 1. u. 2. Heft., Leipzig; 200 pages; DF 17; 1913

Box 32; Folder 4; Item 032-012; hair and fingerprints; Archiv fur Kriminal-Anthropologie und Kriminalistik; Whole issue, in German. Articles of interest: "Die Farbe des menschlichen Haares in forensischer ziehung" p. 1 by Otto Hofer, "Die monodaktyloskopische Registratur der Berliner Kriminalpolizei" p. 121 by Schneickert, "Ein Beitrag zur Fussspurenvergleichung" p. 129 by Strafella; various authors; Band. 66, 1. u. 2. Heft., Leipzig; 192 pages; DF 18; 1916

Box 32; Folder 5; Item 032-013; criminology; Kriminalistische Monatshefte; Whole issue, in German, appears to be an index. Monthly magazine for the science/practice of criminology.; various authors; Berlin; 12 pages; DF 863; 1928

Box 32; Folder 5; Item 032-014; criminology; Kriminalistische Monatshefte; Whole issue, in German, appears to be an index. Monthly magazine for the science/practice of criminology.; various authors; Berlin; 12 pages; DF 863; 1929

Box 32; Folder 5; Item 032-015; criminology; Kriminalistische Monatshefte; Whole issue, in German, appears to be an index. Monthly magazine for the science/practice of criminology.; various authors; Berlin; 12 pages; DF 863; 1930

Box 32; Folder 5; Item 032-016; criminology; Kriminalistische Monatshefte; Whole issue, in German, appears to be an index. Monthly magazine for the science/practice of criminology.; various authors; Berlin; 8 pages; DF 863; 1931

Box 32; Folder 5; Item 032-017; criminology; Kriminalistische Monatshefte; Whole issue, in German, appears to be an index. Monthly magazine for the science/practice of criminology.; various authors; Berlin; 8 pages; DF 863; 1932

Box 32; Folder 5; Item 032-018; criminology; Kriminalistische Monatshefte; Whole issue, in German, appears to be an index. Monthly magazine for the science/practice of criminology.; various authors; Berlin; 8 pages; DF 863; 1933

Box 32; Folder 5; Item 032-019; criminology; Kriminalistische Monatshefte; Whole issue, in German. Monthly magazine for the science/practice of criminology. Article on fingerprints, p. 217 by A. Lauer.; various authors; Heft. 10, Jahrgang 3, Berlin; 23 pages; DF 723; 1929/10

Box 32; Folder 5; Item 032-020; criminology; Kriminalistische Monatshefte; Whole issue, in German, c. 2. Monthly magazine for the science/practice of criminology. Article on fingerprints, p. 217 by A. Lauer.; various authors; Heft. 10, Jahrgang 3, Berlin; 23 pages; DF 712; 1929/10

Box 32; Folder 6; Item 032-021; criminology; Zeitschrift fur Schweizer Strafrecht; Whole issue, in German. Criminology articles, including several on fingerprints.; various authors; Heft. 4, Jahrgang 7, Bern; 96 pages; DF 488; 1894

Box 32; Folder 6; Item 032-022; palm and footprints; Zeitschrift fur Morphologie und Anthropologie; Whole issue, in German and English. Article of interest: "The Ventral Surface of the Mammalian Chridium, with special reference to the conditions found in man" by Inez L. Whipple, p. 261-368; various authors; Band VII, Heft 2, Stuttgart; 175+ pages; DF 459; 1904

Box 33; Folder 1; Item 033-001; criminology; Archives D'Anthropologie Criminelle de Criminologie; Whole issue, in French. Various articles of interest on criminology, photography, psychology, etc. A. Storck and G. Masson, editors.; various authors; Lyon; 700 pages; DF 12; 1893

Box 33; Folder 2; Item 033-002; criminology; Archives D'Anthropologie Criminelle de Criminologie; Whole issue, in French. Various articles of interest on criminology, drugs, legal-medicine, prisons, etc. A. Storck and G. Masson, editors.; various authors; Lyon; 872 pages; DF n.a.; 1905

Box 33; Folder 3; Item 033-003; sciences; Atti della Societa Romana; Whole issue, in Italian. Various articles on medicine, skulls, paleontology of caverns, etc.; various authors; v. VIII, Fasc. III, Rome; 244 pages; DF 562; 1901

Box 33; Folder 3; Item 033-004; sciences; Archivio di Psichiatria, Neuropatologia, Antropologia Criminale e Medicina Legale; Whole issue, majority in Italian. Various articles on fingerprints (p. 437, 556), disorders, medicine, photography, identity, etc.; various authors; v. XXV, Fasc. IV (v. I della serie III), Torino; 180 pages; DF 557; 1904

Box 34; Folder 1; Item 034-001; criminology; Zeitschrift fur Rechtspflege in Bayern; Whole issue, in German. Various articles on judicial, legal, criminal, etc. topics. Pertaining to fingerprints, p. 442; various authors; nr. 23, Jarg. 5; 20 pages; DF 489; 1909/12/01

Box 34; Folder 1; Item 034-002; criminology; Zeitschrift fur Rechtspflege in Bayern; Whole issue, in German. Various articles on judicial, legal, criminal, etc. topics. Pertaining to fingerprints, p. 464; various authors; nr. 24, Jarg. 5; 20 pages; DF 490; 1909/12/15

Box 34; Folder 1; Item 034-003; fingerprints; Dermatologische Wochenschrift; Whole issue, in German. Article of interest: "Die Strafrechtliche Verwertung der Papillarlinienmuster" by Fritz Dehnow, p. 398-402, The criminal utilization of fingerprint samples.; various authors; Band 74, Nr. 17, Leipzig; 32 pages; DF 484; 1922/04/29

Box 34; Folder 1; Item 034-004; police; Die Polizei; Whole issue, in German. Various articles on safety, training, motorists, fires, identification (p. 273), etc.; various authors; Nr. 13; 25 pages; DF 843a; 1934/07/05

Box 34; Folder 2; Item 034-005; criminology; Revue Internationale de Criminalistique; Whole issue, in French. Various articles on scientific methods, police techniques, crime, fingerprints, palmprints, etc. with Edmond Locard as editor.; various authors; 4e Annee, no. 5, Lyon; 318 pages; DF 946 or 888; 1932

Box 34; Folder 2; Item 034-006; criminology; Revue Internationale de Criminalistique; Whole issue, in French. Various articles on scientific methods, police techniques, crime, fingerprints, palmprints, etc. with Edmond Locard as editor.; various authors; 4e Annee, no. 8, Lyon; 318 pages; DF 945 or 889; 1932

Box 34; Folder 2; Item 034-007; police; Bollettino della Scuola Superiore di Polizia e dei Servizi Technici Annessi; Whole issue, in Italian. Bulletin of the Advanced School of Police and the Annexed Technical Services. Various articles of police courses, cases, medicine, recognition in field branches, etc.; Ottolenghi, S.; Fascicoli 16 e 17, Roma; 92 pages; DF 499; 1926-1927

Series 3) Doepner/Faulds--Books:

Box 35a; Folder 1; Item 035-001; fingerprints; Finger Print Instruction Book Founded on "Finger Print Classification"; Twelve chapters on fingerprint patterns, scars, files, etc. Dedication in the front from the publisher, Edward Evans of Chicago, to H. E. Anderson of the U. S. Dept. of Justice of St.Paul, MN, 1935.; author n.a.; Evans National Mfg. and Supply Co., Chicago, IL; 95 pages; DF 485 or 81; 1917

Box 35a; Folder 1; Item 035-002; fingerprints; Single Finger Prints; Nine chapters. Four leaves: news clipping by author, handwritten notes, and a letter from the author to H. Doepner dated 1934.; Battley, Harry; H.M. Stationery Office, London; 98 pages; DF 22; 1930

Box 35a; Folder 1; Item 035-003; evidence; The Evidence Handbook for Police; Nine chapters on evidence rules, hearsay, opinion, corpus delicti, etc.; Kreml, Franklin M.; Northwestern University Traffic Institute, Evanston, IL; 148 pages; DF 984; 1943

Box 35a; Folder 1; Item 035-004; identification; Identification Problems, Criminal and Civil; Fourteen chapters with a bibliography on fingerprinting, homicide cases, bloodstain, chemical methods, hair, etc.; Castellanos, Israel; R. V. Basuino, Brooklyn; 215 pages; DF 709; 1939

Box 35a; Folder 1; Item 035-005; medicine; Manual of Medical Jurisprudence and Toxicology; Two sections with a total of 21 chapters on criminal procedure, medical evidence, post-mortem exams, poisons, etc.; Robertson, W. G. Aitchison; Black, London; 436 pages; DF n.a.; 1925

Box 35a; Folder 2; Item 035-006; fingerprints; Der Beweis durch Fingerabdrucke in juristischer und technischer Beziehung: Leitfaden der gerichtlichen Daktyloskopie; Eight chapters on fingerprint analysis, police work, identification, etc.; Schneickert, Hans; Hayn, Berlin; 133 pages; DF 386; 1923

Box 35a; Folder 2; Item 035-007; fingerprints; Thumb-o-graph: the Family Album of Fingerprints; A brief history/function of fingerprints with pages for family print entries. Receipt from purchase inside.; Bechtle, Charles Ronald; Press of Patterson and White, Philadelphia; 24 pages; DF 1319; 1934

Box 35a; Folder 2; Item 035-008; fingerprints; The Science of Fingerprints; Seventeen chapters from the FBI on fingerprint patterns, taking, cameras, problems, etc.; United States Federal Bureau of Investigation; U. S. Dept. of Justice, Washington, D.C.; 200 pages; DF 1216; 1957

Box 35a; Folder 2; Item 035-009; fingerprints; Fingerprints: Swan Song of Old 'Dr. Fingerprints': Victory Won; Thirteen sections on the plight of Dr. Faulds to get government recognition for his work.; Wilton, George Wilton; Tantallon Press, Scotland; 36 pages; DF 1313; 1963

Box 35a; Folder 3; Item 035-010; identification; Density and Refractive Index: Their Application in Criminal Identification; Eight chapters on gravity, density, techniques, etc.; Kirk, Paul L.; Thomas, Springfield, IL; 80 pages; DF 1128; 1951

Box 35a; Folder 3; Item 035-011; photography; The Classification of Police Photographs; Six chapters on the classification, usage, history, filing, etc. in police photography.; McDonald, Hugh C. and Harry W. Rogers; DeVorss, Los Angeles; 89 pages; DF 936; 1941

Box 35a; Folder 3; Item 035-012; laboratory evidence; The Laboratory Detective; Thirty-two parts on various aspects of laboratory work, including hair, blood, fingerprints, fibers, teeth, ashes, etc.; Pickering, Harry S.; H. S. Pickering, Miami; 106 pages; DF 1123 or 1126; 1937

Box 35b; Folder 4; Item 035-013; fingerprints; Fingerprint Handbook; Fifteen chapters on fingerprint patterns, whorls, classification, latent, deformed, etc. Police Science Series. Dedication from author to Doepner in front.; Field, Annita T.; Thomas, Springfield, IL; 177 pages; DF 1259; 1959

Box 35b; Folder 4; Item 035-014; fingerprints; Fingerprints: Scotland Yard and Henry Faulds; Several aspects about the plight of Dr. Faulds to get government recognition for his work. Signed by author.; Wilton, George Wilton; W. Green, Edinburgh; 29 pages; DF 1231; 1951

Box 35b; Folder 4; Item 035-015; fingerprints; Fingerprints: Scotland Yard and Henry Faulds; Several aspects about the plight of Dr. Faulds to get government recognition for his work, c. 2.; Wilton, George Wilton; W. Green, Edinburgh; 29 pages; DF 1265; 1951

Box 35b; Folder 4; Item 035-016; fingerprints; An Introduction to Fingerprints; Twelve chapters on fingerprint skin aspects, post-mortem, prisoners, patterns, photography, etc.; Duncan, J. H.; Butterworth & Co., London; 69 pages; DF 979; 1942

Box 35b; Folder 5; Item 035-017; photography; Photography in Law Enforcement; Thirteen sections on photography and its role in identification, fingerprints, court, evidence, document examinations, etc.; Eastman Kodak Company; Eastman Kodak Company, New York; 80 pages; DF 1323; 1959

Box 35b; Folder 5; Item 035-018; fingerprints; The Identification of Thumb Impressions and the Cross Examination of Finger Print Experts; Nine chapters with notes and bib on finger and thumbprint impressions, experts, identification, etc. Enclosed leaves: letter with envelope from Doepner to publisher, and flyer for another Tripathi book.; Mehta, M. K.; N. M. Tripathi, Bombay; 140 pages; DF 1306; 1963

Box 35b; Folder 6; Item 035-019; identification; Occupational Marks and Other Physical Signs: a Guide to Personal Identification; Six sections on identification topics, such as fingerprinting, markings of specific organizations, markings of specific trades/occupations, etc. Enclosed: receipts of item's purchase, 2 leaves.; Ronchese, Francesco; Grune & Stratton, New York; 181 pages; DF 1161; 1948

Box 35b; Folder 6; Item 035-020; fingerprints; Distant Identification and One-Finger Registration; Two parts in multiple sections on the system for recording, taking, classifying, etc. fingerprints, as created by the author.; , Hakon; International Police Conference, New York; 129 pages; DF 170; 1923

Box 35b; Folder 6; Item 035-021; investigation; Criminal Investigation: the Investigation of Criminal Cases, the Securing of Evidence and Its Proper Presentation in Court; Fourteen chapters on investigation evidence, crime scenes, witnesses, court room, etc.; Fricke, Charles W.; O. W. Smith, Los Angeles; 241 pages; DF 940; 1930

Box 35b; Folder 7; Item 035-022; fingerprints; Adams on Fingerprints; Three chapters with multiple subcategories on fingerprint history, taking, equipment, patterns, classification, etc. Enclosed: 3 leaves of handwritten notes.; Adams, Arthur T.; Remington Rand Inc., Buffalo, NY; 155 pages; DF 876 or 222; 1933

Box 35b; Folder 7; Item 035-023; fingerprints; Brayley's Arrangement of Finger Prints Identification and Their Uses; Many examples of prints, forms, classification methods, patterns, etc.; Brayley, Frederic A.; Worcester Press, Boston; 118 pages; DF 45; 1910

Box 36; Folder 1; Item 036-001; dermatoglyphics; Finger Prints, Palms and Soles: an Introduction to Dermatoglyphics; Sixteen chapters broken into three parts about the printing orientation, methodology, and biology.; Cummins, Harold and Charles Midlo; Blakiston Co., Philadelphia; 309 pages; DF 978; 1943

Box 36; Folder 1; Item 036-002; facial reconstruction; A Textbook on Facial Reconstruction with a study of the Curry System of Fingerprinting the Dead; Nineteen chapters broken into two parts about the restoration of skulls and the use of fingerprints post-mortem.; Curry, Gladys P.; G. Curry, Boston; 276 pages; DF 1160; 1947

Box 36; Folder 2; Item 036-003; criminology; Legal Chemistry and Scientific Criminal Investigation; Thirty sections on various aspects of chemistry and criminology, such as fingerprints, fabrics, stains, poisons, fires, blood, etc.; Lucas, A.; E. Arnold, London; 181 pages; DF 573; 1920

Box 36; Folder 2; Item 036-004; palmprints; Palm Prints: Their Classification and Identification; Twenty sections on uses, classification, loops, deltas, infant prints, crime, etc. Enclosed: photocopies of other print information, 4 leaves.; Sharp, Vaughan; Mercantile-atlas Printing Co. (Pty.) Ltd., Cape Town; 124 pages; DF 885; 1937

Box 36; Folder 3; Item 036-005; identification; Personal Descriptions; Six chapters on how to describe head, torso, limbs, physical details, and characteristics of people. Enclosed: receipt of purchase and envelopes, 3 leaves.; Allen, A. L.; Butterworth, London; 97 pages; DF 1264; 1950

Box 36; Folder 3; Item 036-006; identification; Personal Identification: Methods for the Identification of Individuals, Living or Dead; Eighteen chapters broken into two parts on various identification methods, such as skull, body measurements, markings, prints, etc. Notes on acquisition. Enclosed: A letter to Doepner from Berth Wentworth, dated 10/06/1929.; Wilder, Harris Hawthorne and Bert Wentworth; R. G. Badger, Boston; 374 pages; DF 456; 1918

Box 37a; Folder 1; Item 037-001; fingerprints; The "Walter Kerwin" Thumb Prints; Five chapters by different authors regarding the research of a parapsychology case that involved "evidence" of spirits. Bulletin XXII of the publisher.; Cummins, Harold, E. E. Dudley, Hereward Carrington, Arthur Goadby, and Walter Franklin Prince; Boston Society of Psychic Research, Boston; 85 pages; DF 1057; 1934/04

Box 37a; Folder 1; Item 037-002; firearms; An Introduction to Tool Marks, Firearms, and the Striagraph; Thirteen chapters on tool marks, firearm cartridges, bullets, use of instruments involved, etc.; Davis, John E.; Thomas, Springfeild, IL; 282 pages; DF 1249; 1958

Box 37a; Folder 2; Item 037-003; identification; Signalementslehre : Handbuch der Personenbeschreibung fur Polizeibehorden, Gendarmerie- und Polizeischulen; Handbook for police on recording/taking personal descriptions for identification. In German.; Schneickert, Hans; J. Schweitzer, Munchen; 158 pages; DF 388; 1922

Box 37a; Folder 2; Item 037-004; fingerprints; Finger Prints Simplified: a Handbook of the Science of Finger Print Identification; Six chapters on fingerprint uses, future possibilities, taking, classification, etc.; Holt, James; F.J. Drake & Co., Chicago; 134 pages; DF 237?; 1936

Box 37a; Folder 3; Item 037-005; blood; The Human Blood Groups: Utilized in Disputed Paternity Cases and Criminal Proceedings; Seven chapters on blood group properties, heredity, application in court/paternity, etc.; Andresen, Povl Helge; Thomas, Springfield, IL; 115 pages; DF 1131; 1952

Box 37a; Folder 3; Item 037-006; fingerprints; Fingerprints; Four chapters broken into sections on the meaning, fortune-telling, types of prints, etc.; Miyamoto, Yusuke; Japan Publications Trading Co., Rutland, VT; 64 pages; DF 1305; 1963

Box 37a; Folder 4; Item 037-007; police; Elements of Police Science; Twenty-seven chapters between two parts about various police work, such as investigation, court, witnesses, fingerprints, evidence, arrests, criminal law, etc.; Perkins, Rollin M.; Foundation Press, Chicago; 651 pages; DF 987; 1942

Box 37b; Item 037-008; fingerprints; Fingerprint Mechanics, a Handbook: Fingerprints from Crime Scene to Courtroom; Ten chapters giving lessons on fingerprint evidence, uses, patterns, equipment, taking, different methods of development, etc. Answer keys for chapters provided in back pocket of book. Enclosed: handwritten note, 1 leaf.; Scott, Walter R.; Thomas, Springfield, IL; 442 pages; DF 1157; 1951

Box 37b; Item 037-009; fingerprints; Practical Fingerprinting; Nineteen chapters on fingerprint history, historical pioneers, classification, taking, filing, various systems, etc. Enclosed: Letter on the product, flyer, and envelope, 3 leaves.; Bridges, B. C.; Funk & Wagnalls, New York; 374 pages; DF 955; 1942

Box 37b; Item 037-010; fingerprints; Fingerprinting: a Manual of Identification; Twenty-five chapters on fingerprint history, development, uses, photography, court, classification, various systems, etc. Dedication to Doepner from author on title page. Enclosed: 17 typed note cards with citations from text, appears to be for a speech.; Chapel, Charles Edward; Coward-McCann, Inc., New York; 299 pages; DF 872; 1941

Box 38a; Folder 1; Item 038-001; fingerprints; Der Tastapparat der Hand der menschlichen Rassen und der Affen in seiner Entwickelung und Gliederung; Fingerprint development and arrangement of men and apes. In German.; Kollmann, Arthur; Voss, Hamburg; 77 pages; DF n.a.; 1883

Box 38a; Folder 1; Item 038-002; fingerprints; The Heredity of Papillary Patterns; Seven chapters on fingerprint techniques, history, blood groups, children, etc. Translated by A. Herczeg. Enclosed: receipt for item, 1 leaf.; Okros, Sandor; Akaemiai Kiado, Budapest; 174 pages; DF 1301; 1965

Box 38a; Folder 1; Item 038-003; fingerprints; Des Empreintes en General et de leur Application dans la Pratique de la Medecine Judiciaire; Application of fingerprints in judicial medicine. In French. Enclosed: Letter from H. Doepner to Brentano's requesting three texts, 1 leaf.; Frecon, Andre; A. Storck, Lyon, G. Steinheil, Paris; 110 pages; DF 103a; 1889

Box 38a; Folder 1; Item 038-004; identification; Il Casellario Giudiziale Centrale: Studio sulla Identificazione dei Delinquenti e Designazione dei loro Contrassegni Personali; Eight chapters on identification of delinquents. Uncut pages, in Italian.; Anfosso, Luigi; Fratelli Bocca, Torino; 159 pages; DF 14; 1896

Box 38a; Folder 2; Item 038-005; fingerprints; Hints on Finger Prints with a Telegraphic Code for Finger Impressions; Two parts, 6+ chapters on fingerprint taking, patterns, comparison, classification, how to transmit via telegraph, etc.; Bose, H. C.; Thacker, Spink & Co., Calcutta and Simla; 72 pages; DF 750; 1916

Box 38a; Folder 2; Item 038-006; fingerprints; Fingeravtrykk og Signalement; Twelve sections on fingerprint history, identification, patterns, etc. In Norwegian.; Hansen, Waldemar; J. G. Tanum, Oslo; 88 pages; DF 835; 1932

Box 38a; Folder 2; Item 038-007; fingerprints; Fingeravtrykk og Signalement; Twelve sections on fingerprint history, identification, patterns, etc. In Norwegian, c. 2.; Hansen, Waldemar; J. G. Tanum, Oslo; 88 pages; DF 1241; 1932

Box 38a; Folder 2; Item 038-008; fingerprints; Finger-prints Can Be Forged; Fourteen chapters in two parts on fingerprint uses, convictions, forging, tampering, etc.; Wehde, Albert and John Nicholas Beffel; The Tremonia Pub. Co., Chicago; 134 pages; DF 454; 1924

Box 38a; Folder 3; Item 038-009; fingerprints; Traite de Criminalistique, Les Empreintes et les Traces; Fingerprint history, classification, etc. The first volume of a 6 volume set, uncut pages, in French, see also [0052-004]. Enclosed: 3 leaves of tracings.; Locard, Edmond; J. Desvigne et ses Fils, Lyon; 500 pages; DF 803; 1931

Box 38a; Folder 3; Item 038-010; fingerprints; Der Beweis durch Fingerabdrucke: Leitfaden der gerichtlichen Daktyloskopie; Fourteen chapters in two parts on fingerprint history, patterns, classification, registration, heredity, etc. In German.; Schneickert, Hans; Fischer, Jena; 174 pages; DF 1150; 1943

Box 38b; Folder 4; Item 038-011; fingerprints; Manuel Pratique de Dactyloscopie sur les Lieux: dans le Laboratoire et dans les Services D'identification; Fingerprint patterns, taking, impressions, etc. In French.; Welsch, H. and A. Lecha-Marzo; H. Vaillant-Carmanne, Liege; 120 pages; DF 458; 1912

Box 38b; Folder 4; Item 038-012; fingerprints; The Science of Fingerprint Classification: as Taught and Used in the Ohio State Bureau of Identification and Investigation; 36 sections on fingerprint patterns, whorls, arches, taking, origins, classification, etc.; Holloway, Harry D.; National Training Institute, Columbus, OH; 141 pages; DF 975; 1941

Box 38b; Folder 5; Item 038-013; photography; Angewandte Photographie in Wissenschaft und Technik, IV. Teil Soziale Aufgaben; Four sections by contributing authors on photography in anthropology, criminology, art history, geography, etc. In German.; Wolf-Czapek, K. W.; Verlag der Union deutsche Verlagsgesellschaft, Berlin; 100 pages; DF 867; 1911

Box 38b; Folder 5; Item 038-014; identification; Polizia Scientifica Identificazione Fisica e Psichica Investigazioni Giudiziarie; Four parts on scientific police identification in judicial investigations. In Italian.; Ottolenghi, S.; Societa Poligrafica, Roma; 186 pages; DF 271; 1907

Box 38b; Folder 6; Item 038-015; fingerprints; Finger-print Photography; Fingerprint photography positions, mounting, shadows, etc.; Cromwell, Oliver; E. Stock, London and H. Casaubon Derwent, Bradford: Treweek & Woodhead Printers; 71 pages; DF 884; 1907

Box 38b; Folder 6; Item 038-016; fingerprints; The Science of Fingerprinting; Volume 3, lessons 11-15, classification, latent prints, technicalities.; Waggener, Paul N.; Waggener Fingerprint Corporation of America, Memphis, TN; 115 pages; DF 794; 1941

Box 38b; Folder 7; Item 038-017; investigation; Modern Criminal Investigation; Twenty-four chapters on topics of investigation such as psychology, detective work, identification, crime scenes, fingerprints, footprints, teeth, tools, hair, bodily fluid stains, homicide, robbery, questioned documents, etc.; Soderman, Harry and John J. O'Connell; Funk & Wagnalls Co., New York; 461 pages; DF 739; 1935

Box 39a; Folder 1; Item 039-001; laboratory evidence; Medical and Scientific Investigations in the Christie Case; Ten chapters on the John Reginald Halliday Christie multiple murder cases. Enclosed: H. Doepner's receipt for item, 1 leaf.; Camps, Francis E.; Medical Publications, London, New York; 244 pages; DF 1126; 1953

Box 39a; Folder 1; Item 039-002; Bertillon; Alphonse Bertillon: Father of Scientific Detection; Twenty-five chapters in 4 parts on the life of Bertillon, birth until death.; Rhodes, Henry T. F.; Harrap, London; 238 pages; DF 1248; 1956

Box 39a; Folder 2; Item 039-003; Bertillon; Identification Anthropometrique; Nine chapters in 3 parts on the Bertillon system of measurement. In French.; Bertillon, Alphonse; Impr. Administrative, Melun; 148 pages; DF 29; 1893

Box 39a; Folder 2; Item 039-004; fingerprints; Des Empreintes Digitales Etudiees au Point de vue Medico-Judiciaire; Seven chapters in 3 parts on fingerprint history, photography, patters, heredity, etc. In French.; Forgeot, R.; G. Masson, Paris, A. Storck, Lyon; 98 pages; DF 1303; 1892

Box 39a; Folder 2; Item 039-005; fingerprints; Exercicios de a; Nine chapters in 2 parts on fingerprint impressions, systems, classification, characteristics, etc. In Spanish, enclosed: envelope front and letter from H. Doepner to the publisher regarding a citation and obtaining the publication, 2 leaves.; Kehdy, Carlos; Sugestoes Literarias S. A., Sao Paulo; 297 pages; DF n.a.; 1968

Box 39b; Folder 3; Item 039-006; fingerprints; Daktyloskopie: Verwertung von Fingerabdrucken zu Identifizierungszwecken: Lehrbuch zum Selbstunterricht; Fourteen chapters on fingerprint classification, patterns, groups, subgroups, etc. In German, enclosed: 4 leaves of notes/tracings. See also record [40-11].; Windt, Kamillo; Wien, Leipzig, W. Braumuller; 125 pages; DF 570; 1904

Box 39b; Folder 3; Item 039-007; identification; A Treatise on the Law of Identification: A Separate Branch of the Law of Evidence; Seventeen chapters on identification issues such as mistaken identity, court trials, personal property, real estate, handwriting, ancient documents, etc. Enclosed: essay/notes on personal identification, 3 leaves, fragile paper.; Harris, George E.; H. B. Parsons, Albany; 507 pages; DF 137; 1892

Box 39b; Folder 4; Item 039-008; fingerprints; Sistema co de Oloriz y Retrato hablado de Bertillon; Chapters on fingerprints, Federico Oloriz's system, Bertillon system, and their implementation/usage. In Spanish, loose fragile pages.; Jimenez Jerez, Jose; Viuda de A. Alvarez, Madrid; 461 pages; DF 166; 1914

Box 39b; Folder 4; Item 039-009; fingerprints; Die Klassifizierung der Einzelfingerabdrucke nach dem Berliner System; Single fingerprint Berliner system. In German.; Muller, Helmut; Freiheitsverlag, Berlin; 48 pages; DF 969; 1935

Box 39b; Folder 4; Item 039-010; handwriting; Leitfaden der gerichtlichen Schriftvergleichung; Handwriting identification/graphology. In German.; Schneickert, Hans; Guttentag, Berlin; 96 pages; DF 385; 1918

Box 39b; Folder 5; Item 039-011; Fred Cherrill; Fingerprints Never Lie: the Autobiography of Fred Cherrill; Two parts with 24 chapters on the life of Fred Cherrill, an autobiography more specifically on his involvement with crime-solving, fingerprints, murder trials, court cases, etc.; Cherrill, Frederick R.; Macmillan, New York; 248 pages; DF 1341; 1954

Box 39b; Folder 5; Item 039-012; eyes; Das Auge als Identifizierungsgrundlage: unter Berucksichtigung von Blascheks Photofundoskopie : ein Kapitel aus der Geschichte der Erkennungslehre; Identification by examination and classification of eyes. In German.; Turkel, Siegfried; J. Meyerhoff, Ulr. Mosers, Graz; 51 pages; DF 428; 1927

Box 40; Folder 1; Item 040-001; police; Praktisches Lehrbuch der Kriminalpolizei: unter besonderer Berucksichtigung der Kriminologie und Kriminaltaktik; Four parts with 38 chapters on police organization, aides, proceedings on criminal acts, specific crimes, occupational crimes, etc. In German, enclosed: catalog for a 1930 book handler.; Stieber, Wilhelm; A. W. Hayn, Potsdam; 233 pages; DF 412; 1921

Box 40; Folder 1; Item 040-002; investigation; Homicide Investigation: Practical Information for Coroners, Police Officers, and Other Investigators; Twenty chapters on homicide investigation, blood stains, dead bodies, gunshot wounds, asphyxia, poisoning, arson, sexual assault, etc.; Snyder, LeMoyne; Thomas, Springfield, IL; 359 pages; DF 1134; 1950

Box 40; Folder 1; Item 040-003; identification; La Identificacion ca: Estudio de Policiologia y de Derecho Publico; Nineteen chapters on identification problems, history, fingerprints, Bertillon, Modus Operandi, etc. In Spanish.; Ortiz, Fernando; D. Jorro, Madrid; 380 pages; DF 272; 1916

Box 40; Folder 1; Item 040-004; investigation; Kriminaluntersuchung und ihre Wissenschaftlichen Methoden; Seven chapters on the science of various areas of criminal investigation. In German.; Locard, Edmond; Kameradschaft, Berlin; 230 pages; DF 230; 1930

Box 40; Folder 2; Item 040-005; fingerprints; Classification of Fingerprints; A book on the science of fingerprints created by the government for law enforcement agencies.; Federal Bureau of Investigation; U. S. Govt. Printing Office, Washington D.C.; 137 pages; DF 1217; 1945

Box 40; Folder 2; Item 040-006; photography; Kompendium der Gerichtlichen Photographie: ein Handbuch fur Beamte der Gerichts- und Sicherheitsbehorden, sowie den unterricht an Kriminalistischen Instituten und Gendarmerieschulen; Five sections on photography skills, police use, evidence, bibliography, etc. In German.; Urban, Wilhelm; O. Nemnich, Leipzig; 202 pages; DF 432; 1910

Box 40; Folder 3; Item 040-007; Bertillon; Portrait parle, efter M. Alphonse Bertillon; Two chapters with multiple sections on using anthropometric measurements of the nose, ear, mouth, head, etc. In Danish.; Daae, Anders and Henrik Madsen; Nielsen & Lydiche, Kjobenhvn; 78 pages; DF 1239; 1899

Box 40; Folder 3; Item 040-008; fingerprints; Manual Pratico de Identificacao: (Systema de Vucetich); Vucetich system of fingerprint taking, patterns, classification, etc. In Portuguese, with French summaries per chapter.; Domingues, Aurelio; Livraria Colombo, Brazil; 115 pages; DF 847; 1933

Box 40; Folder 3; Item 040-009; Bertillon; Die Korpermessung der Verbrecher nach Bertillon und die Photographie als die wichtigsten Hilfsmittel der gerichtlichen Polizei sowie Anleitung zur Aufnahme von Fussspuren jeder Art; Thirteen chapters on photography, Bertillon system, footprints, etc.; Klatt, Otto; J. J. Heines, Berlin; 82 pages; DF 180; 1902

Box 40; Folder 4; Item 040-010; identification; Lehrbuch des Fernidentifizierungsverfahrens: ein neuer Weg der polizeilichen Personenfeststellung; Four parts with divided sections on personal registration, fingerprints, classification, etc. In German.; Jorgensen, Hankon; Hayn, Berlin; 102 pages; DF 173; 1922

Box 40; Folder 4; Item 040-011; fingerprints; Daktyloskopie, Verwertung von Fingerabdrucken zu Identifizierungszwecken: Lehrbuch zum Selbstunterricht; Fourteen chapters on fingerprint patterns, classifications, groups, registration, etc. In German, enclosed: one letter to Doepner, glued into book, from the publisher. See also record [39-06].; Windt, Kamillo; W. Braumuller, Wien; 125 pages; DF 478; 1923

Box 41a; Folder 1; Item 041-001; Galton; Francis Galton, 1822-1922: a Centenary Appreciation; From the series "Questions of the Day and Fray", Dept. of Applied Statistics, University College, pertaining to the work of Francis Galton.; Pearson, Karl; Cambridge Univ Press, London; 23 pages; DF 495; 1922

Box 41a; Folder 1; Item 041-002; fingerprints; Curso de a; Six chapters on fingerprint systems, criminals, patterns, etc. In Spanish.; Lubian y Arias, Rafael; J. M. Xiques, Habana, Tomo 1; 145 pages; DF 1121 or 1136; 1956

Box 41a; Folder 1; Item 041-003; fingerprints; Curso de a; Five chapters on fingerprint systems, criminals, patterns, etc. In Spanish, dedication from author on index page, enclosed: a letter to H. Doepner regarding the price of the item(s).; Lubian y Arias, Rafael; J. M. Xiques, Habana, Tomo 2; 145 pages; DF 1121 or 1136; 1958

Box 41a; Folder 2; Item 041-004; fingerprints and footprints; Finger, Palm, and Sole Prints; Twenty-seven chapters on print history, taking, classification, crime scene prints, forgery, evidence, etc. Enclosed: envelopes and receipt for the item, 3 leaves.; Chatterjee, Salil Kumar; Kosa Publishers, Calcutta; 287 pages; DF 1285; 1967

Box 41a; Folder 2; Item 041-005; fingerprints; La Morphologie Comparee des Cretes Papillaires; Seven chapters with an introduction by Edmond Locard on fingerprint history, comparison, patterns, etc. In French.; Miranda Pinto, Osvaldo; J. Desvigne, Lyon; 138 pages; DF 846; 1930

Box 41a; Folder 2; Item 041-006; typewriter identification; Die kriminologische Verwertung der Maschinschrift; Four parts with subgroups on typewriting identification, machines, systems, etc. In German, uncut pages.; Streicher, Hubert; U. Mosers Buchhandlung, J. Meyerhoff, Graz; 75 pages; DF 416; 1919

Box 41a; Folder 3; Item 041-007; fingerprints; Classification and Uses of Fingerprints; Fingerprint photography, patterns, classification, uses, taking, etc. 3rd edition.; Henry, E. R.; H. M. Stationery Office, Darling & Son, Ltd., London; 127 pages; DF 144 or 637; 1905

Box 41a; Folder 3; Item 041-008; fingerprints; Classification and Uses of Fingerprints; Fingerprint photography, patterns, classification, uses, taking, etc. 4th edition.; Henry, E. R.; H. M. Stationery Office, Darling & Son, Ltd., London; 129 pages; DF 145; 1913

Box 41a; Folder 3; Item 041-009; fingerprints; Classification and Uses of Fingerprints; Fingerprint photography, patterns, classification, uses, taking, etc. 5th edition.; Henry, E. R.; H. M. Stationery Office, Harrison & Sons, Ltd., London; 129 pages; DF 146; 1922

Box 41a; Folder 3; Item 041-010; fingerprints; Classification and Uses of Fingerprints; Fingerprint photography, patterns, classification, uses, taking, etc. 6th edition, slightly damaged.; Henry, E. R.; H. M. Stationery Office, London; 142 pages; DF 147; 1928

Box 41a; Folder 3; Item 041-011; fingerprints; Classification and Uses of Fingerprints; Fingerprint photography, patterns, classification, uses, taking, etc. 7th edition.; Henry, E. R.; H. M. Stationery Office, London; 142 pages; DF 840; 1934

Box 41a; Folder 4; Item 041-012; fingerprints; Fingerprints: the Numerical Index, or Fingerprints Revolutionised; Twelve chapters on fingerprint history, fundamentals, numerical index, problems, evidence, forgery, Henry System, etc. Self tests in back pocket. Dedication to Doepner from the author on Intro page dated 1936. Enclosed: notes, 1 leaf, and letters from Doepner to author dated 1940 and regarding rare books loaned to author, 5 leaves.; Brewester, Frank; Eastern Law House, Calcutta; 242 pages; DF 973; 1936

Box 41b; Folder 5; Item 041-013; criminology; (Kriminalna Technika); Criminal technology, fingerprints, anthropomorphic measurement, etc. In Russian, uncut pages.; Tregubov, Sergij and A. I. Andonovic; Beograd; 480 pages; DF 972; 1935

Box 41b; Folder 6; Item 041-014; fingerprints; Dactylography or the Study of Finger-prints; Eight chapters on fingerprint history, patterns, syllabic classification, future use, etc. XXth Century Science Series. From the author's personal library.; Faulds, Henry; Milner & Co., Halifax; 127 pages; DF 567; 1912

Box 41b; Folder 6; Item 041-015; fingerprints; A Manual of Practical Dactylography; Thirteen chapters on various aspects of fingerprints/printing.; Faulds, Henry; "Police Review" Publishing Co., Ltd., London; 68 pages; DF 87; 1923

Box 41b; Folder 6; Item 041-016; fingerprints; A Manual of Practical Dactylography; Thirteen chapters on various aspects of fingerprints/printing, c. 2.; Faulds, Henry; "Police Review" Publishing Co., Ltd., London; 68 pages; DF 87; 1923

Box 41b; Folder 7; Item 041-017; fingerprints; Guide to Finger-Print Identification; Six chapters fingerprint patterns, identification, court cases, etc. Enclosed: ad flyer, a letter from Doepner verifying the book is from Faulds's library/acquisition, dated 11/4/1930.; Faulds, Henry; Wood, Mitchell, & Co., Ltd., Hanley, England; 80 pages; DF 85; 1905

Box 41b; Folder 7; Item 041-018; Faulds; Fingerprints: Scotland Yard, Ruxton Trial Revelations; Several aspects about the plight of Dr. Faulds to get government recognition for his work. Signed by author.; Wilton, George Wilton; Tantallon Press, Scotland; 29 pages; DF 1232; 1957

Box 41b; Folder 8; Item 041-019; fingerprints; Single Fingerprint System; Fourteen chapters on fingerprint patterns, latent prints, classification, Henry system, single-print system, etc. "The Berkeley Police Monograph Series" on title page.; Larson, J. A.; D. Appleton and Co., New York, London; 261 pages; DF 188; 1924

Box 41b; Folder 8; Item 041-020; fingerprints; Praktisk Fingeravtrykkslaere; Practical fingerprinting, possibly a foreign version of the book by B. C. Bridges, record 37-8. In Norwegian, dedicated to Doepner by author in front cover. Enclosed: Mailing card and letter to Doepner from author regarding the book as a gift, dated 11/29/67.; Engeset, Einar; Utgitt av Politiskolen, Kjell L. Gullichsen, Oslo; 317 pages; DF 1342; 1966

Box 41b; Folder 9; Item 041-021; fingerprints; Angulank Vijnan; "Fingerprint Science", or 'Rastra Bhasha men Angulank Bignan', or 'a.gula ka chihna viGYAna'. Main book in Hindi. Letters about the author's success in both English and Hindi as preface and epilogue. An English/Hindi dictionary specific to the field in back.; Sinha, Saradindu Narayan; Thekar Spink, Kolkata (Thacker Spink, Calcutta); 188 pages; DF 1251; 1953

Box 41b; Folder 9; Item 041-022; fingerprints; Identificatie Door de Dactyloscopie; "Identification Through Dactyloscopy" is five sections on using fingerprints as identification. In Dutch.; Engelen, W. H. F.; G. Belinfante, Netherlands; 70 pages; DF 811; 1925

Box 41b; Folder 9; Item 041-023; fingerprints; Kortfattet Veiledning i Fingeravtrykk sam litt av Fingeravtrykkenes og Identifiseringens Historie; "Brief Guide to Fingerprint Identification and History", loose translation of the title. In Norwegian.; Birkelund, H. J.; Landstrykkeriet, Oslo; 43 pages; DF 1238; 1932

Box 42; Folder 1; Item 042-001; witnesses; The Expert Witness: Opinion Evidence of Expert and Non-Expert Witnesses; Twenty chapters on opinion evidence, expert witnesses, compensation, patient medical history, handwriting, state of mind, etc.; Mundo, Arthur L.; Parker & Baird Co., Los Angeles; 365 pages; DF 898; 1938

Box 42; Folder 2; Item 042-002; fingerprinting; The Origin of Finger-Printing; Indian fingerprints, uses, patterns, etc.; Herschel, William James; H. Milford, Oxford University Press, London, New York; 41 pages; DF 150; 1916

Box 42; Folder 2; Item 042-003; fingerprinting; The Origin of Finger-Printing; Indian fingerprints, uses, patterns, etc., c. 2.; Herschel, William James; H. Milford, Oxford University Press, London, New York; 41 pages; DF 150; 1916

Box 42; Folder 2; Item 042-004; identification; Personidentificering; Four sections on personal identification via facial measurements, fingerprints, etc. In Danish, enclosed: an envelope clipping, 1 leaf.; Andersen, C. H. Vogelius; S.L. Mollers Bogtrykkeri, Kobenhavn; 86 pages; DF 1267; 1958

Box 42; Folder 2; Item 042-005; fingerprints; Classification and Uses of Finger Prints; Fingerprint patterns, classification, etc. Second ed., multiple editions in box 41. Enclosed: letter with Metropolitan Police seal, from the author to Dr. Poore(?) regarding a formula in the book.; Henry, E. R.; H.M. Stationery Off., Routledge, London; 112 pages; DF 143; 1901

Box 42; Folder 3; Item 042-006; fingerprints; The Margery Mediumship: The "Walter" Hands: a Study of Their Dermatoglyphics; Details/aspects of a specific paranormal case where "supernatural" fingerprints were involved in trying to prove the case legitimate. Volume 3 of the publisher's 1926-1927 proceedings. Enclosed: Handwritten notes on an envelope and a full newsletter, The Spire, v. 10, no. 3, Jan. 1946, 4 typewritten pages.; Thorogood, Brackett K.; American Society for Psychical Research, New York; 228 pages; DF 1055; 1933

Box 42; Folder 3; Item 042-007; fingerprints; The Margery Mediumship: a Complete Record from January 1st, 1925; Details/aspects of a specific paranormal case where "supernatural" fingerprints were involved in trying to prove the case legitimate. Volume 1 of the publisher's 1926-1927 proceedings.; Bird, Malcolm J.; American Society for Psychical Research, New York; 492 pages; DF 1065; 1928

Box 43; Folder 1; Item 043-001; criminology; La Science et les Recherches Criminelles; Criminal Science and Research, 14 chapters, translated from English by Michel Poirier, uncut pages. "Bibliotheque de Criminologie" and "La Police Scientifique" as series.; Rhodes, Henry T. F.; Nouvelle Revue Critique, Paris; 223 pages; DF 837; 1934

Box 43; Folder 1; Item 043-002; fingerprints; The Science of Finger Printing; Multiple chapters on fingerprint patterns, history, cleansing, taking, classification, latents, etc. Enclosed: 1 leaf of notes.; Dunlap, Charles B., Jr.; Grieco-Miller Printing Co, Chester, PA; 74 pages; DF 893 or 157; 1932

Box 43; Folder 1; Item 043-003; fingerprints; Finger Print Expert; Eight parts on fingerprint identification, classification, single print system, modus operandi classification, state statutes, etc. "Criminal Detection Series" on cover.; Frankel, Harold A.; Gainor Press, Philadelphia; 217 pages; DF 982; 1932

Box 43; Folder 2; Item 043-004; Faulds; Nine Years in Nipon: Sketches of Japanese Life and Manners; The author's notes, perceptions, observations, etc. on Japanese culture, society, countryside, etc. from his life there. Second ed.; Faulds, Henry; Alexander Gardner, London; 304 pages; DF 576; 1887

Box 43; Folder 2; Item 043-005; fingerprints; Fingerprint Directories; Eight chapters on fingerprint classifications, ambiguous patterns, suggested improvements, specimen directory, etc.; Galton, Francis; Macmillan and Co., London, New York; 127 pages; DF 106; 1895

Box 43; Folder 3; Item 043-006; fingerprints; Finger Print Classification; Twelve chapters on fingerprint taking, patterns, classification, scars/calluses, blurred, latent, cases, etc.; Seymour, Lee; Published by author, Los Angeles; 90 pages; DF 813; 1913

Box 43; Folder 3; Item 043-007; fingerprints; Decipherment of Blurred Finger Prints: Supplementary Chapter to 'Finger Prints'; Determining blurred prints.; Galton, Francis; Macmillan and Co., London, New York; 34 pages; DF 105; 1893

Box 44a; Folder 1; Item 044-001; fingerprints; Identificacion: la Clasificacion de Resenas Dactilares en los Grandes Archivos: Sistema de Tipos Intermedios Unificados; "Identification: the Classification of Fingerprints in the Great Archives: System of Unified Intermediate Types" loose translation. In Spanish, enclosed: 1 leaf of typed book corrections.; Andres y de Andres, Martin de; Artes Graaf, Diana, Madrid; 336 pages; DF 1315; 1943

Box 44a; Folder 2; Item 044-002; Bertillon; Manual del Senalamiento Antropometrico, Metodo de Mr. Alf. Bertillon; Various sections on anthropometry/Bertillon System. In Spanish, uncut pages.; Garcia Plaza y Romero, Joaquin; Bailly-Bailliere e Hijos, Madrid; 216 pages; DF 274; 1902

Box 44a; Folder 2; Item 044-003; Galton; Anthropometric Laboratory: Notes and Memoirs; Four chapters of the author reflecting on measuring mankind, body efficiency issues, etc.; Galton, Francis; Richard Clay and Sons, Ltd., London, Bungay; 32 pages; DF 919; 1890

Box 44a; Folder 2; Item 044-004; fingerprints; Scenes of Crime Finger Prints in Police Investigations; Four chapters on fingerprint patterns, single digit collection, and gathering/processing at a crime scene. Enclosed: envelope clipping, 1 leaf.; Singh, Parduman; Punjab Gazette Printing Press, Jullunder City; 132 pages; DF 1345; 1967

Box 44a; Folder 3; Item 044-005; fingerprints; A Study of Finger Prints: Their Uses and Classification; Twenty-two lessons and a final examination for potential fingerprint experts. 4th ed.; University of Applied Science, Finger Print Dept.; Chicago; 274 pages; DF 754; 1921

Box 44a; Folder 3; Item 044-006; fingerprints; Fingerprints: History, Law and Romance; Thirty-four chapters on Faulds, Herschel, Galton and fingerprint history, letters, cases, etc. Enclosed: Flyer advertising the text.; Wilton, George Wilton; William Hodge and Co., Ltd., London; 317 pages; DF 243; 1938

Box 44a; Folder 4; Item 044-007; fingerprints; The Finger Print Instructor; Three parts on fingerprint classification, patterns, filing, etc. based on the E. R. Henry System. Enclosed: 5 leaves of handwritten notes, 1 leaf letter to Doepner from the author regarding copies of text, etc.; Kuhne, Frederick; Scientific American Publishing Co., Munn & Co., New York; 155 pages; DF 184; 1927

Box 44b; Folder 5; Item 044-008; heredity; Natural Inheritance; Twelve chapters on heredity variability, disease, data of stature, data of eye color, etc.; Galton, Francis; Macmillan and Co., London; 259 pages; DF 657; 1889

Box 44b; Folder 6; Item 044-009; fingerprints; Finger Prints; Thirteen chapters on fingerprint taking methods, patterns, uses, evidence, problems, classification methods, etc. Enclosed: 1 leaf article, "The 'Thumb Mark Board', Probable Adoption of the Bertillon System in the Army" from the Daily Mail, 1/13/1902.; Galton, Francis; Macmillan and Co., London, New York; 216 pages; DF 569; 1892

Box 45; Folder 1; Item 045-001; photography; La Fotografia Nelle Funzioni di Polizia e Processuali; Two volumes in one book, in Italian with uncut pages.; Ellero, Umberto; Societa' Editrice Libraria, Milano; 634 pages; DF 77; 1908

Box 45; Folder 2; Item 045-002; identification; L'identification des Recidivistes; Eleven chapters on photographs, anthropometry, fingerprints, techniques, etc. In French, some pages uncut.; Locard, Edmond; A. Maloine, Paris; 428 pages; DF 23?; 1909

Box 45; Folder 3; Item 045-003; police; Polishandbok II. Kriminalpolis; Six sections on detective/police methods, photography, Bertillon system, fingerprints, etc. In Swedish.; Schultz, Rudolf von; Almquist & Wiksells, Uppsala and Stockholm; 216 pages; DF 868; 1913

Box 45; Folder 4; Item 045-004; fingerprints; La a al Alcance de Todos, Catecismo de la Identificacion Personal; Fingerprint patterns, taking methods, records, uses, etc. In Spanish; Jerez, Jose Jimenez; La Editora, Madrid; 172 pages; DF 167; 1921

Box 45; Folder 4; Item 045-005; primates and fingerprints; Das Hautleistensystem der Primatenplanta unter Mitbereucksichtigung der Palma; The author's inaugural dissertation for the Universitat Zurich on the finger and footprints of primates. In German, cover torn, see also record [050-001].; Schlaginhaufen, Otto; Wilhelm Engelmann, Leipzig; 671 pages; DF 384; 1905

Box 45; Folder 4; Item 045-006; fingerprints and footprints; The Murder of June Anne Devaney, Aged 3 Years, at the Queen's Park Hospital, Blackburn: a Summary of the Case; The murder case details of the crime scene, giving attention to finger and footprints left behind.; Looms, C. G. and C. Campbell; J. Dickinson & Sons (printer), County Borough of Blackburn Police, Lancashire, England; 52 pages; DF 1293; 1948

Box 46; Folder 1; Item 046-001; criminology; Handbok i Kriminalteknik; Fourteen chapters on modern police, photography, fingerprints, blood, etc. In Swedish.; Soderman, Harry and Ernst Fontell; Wahlstrom & Widstrand, Stockholm; 675 pages; DF 875; 1930

Box 46; Folder 2; Item 046-002; questioned documents; Questioned Documents: a Study of Questioned Documents with an Outline of Methods by Which the Facts May Be Discovered and Shown; Twenty-six chapters on identification of photos, typewriters, handwriting, forgery, age of documents, etc. Loose items in back cover.; Osborn, Albert Sherman; Lawyers' Co-operative Publishing Co, Rochester, NY; 501 pages; DF 765; 1910

Box 46; Folder 2; Item 046-003; criminology; Enzyklopadie der modernen Kriminalistik, die Kriminalpolizei und ihre Hilfswissenschaften; Ten chapters on criminology methods, police, fingerprints, footprints, fabrics, photography, etc. In German, loose/missing pages.; Niceforo, Alfredo; P. Langenscheidt, Verlag, Berlin; 472 pages; DF 1286; 1909

Box 46; Folder 2; Item 046-004; photography; Photographic Evidence: Preparation and Presentation; Two parts with 27 chapters on photography preparation and presentation of crime scene evidence in a legal setting.; Scott, Charles C.; Vernon Law Book Co., Kansas City, MO; 922 pages; DF 1276 or 1255; 1942

Box 47a; Folder 1; Item 047-001; criminology; An Introduction to Criminalistics: the Application of the Physical Sciences to the Detection of Crime; Forty-eight chapters in 10 parts on laboratory work, physical measurements, fingerprints, photography, chemical examinations, etc. Receipt inside for Doepner's purchase.; O'Hara, Charles E. and James w. Osterburg; Macmillan Co., NY; 705 pages; DF 1125; 1949

Box 47a; Folder 2; Item 047-002; evidence; The Science of Judicial Proof, as Given by Logic, Psychology, and General Experience, and Illustrated in Judicial Trials; Thirty-two chapters in 4 parts on judicial proof, circumstantial evidence, psychology, human traits, identity, testimony, trials, etc. Third ed.; Wigmore, John H.; Little, Brown, & Co., Boston; 1065 pages; DF 942; 1937

Box 47a; Folder 2; Item 047-003; anthropometry; Practical Anthropometry; Multiple sections on aspects of body measurements and identifying characteristics such as height, facial features, head size, limb length, dental attributes, skin patterns, skeletal attributes, etc.; Hrdlicka, AleS; Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology, Philadelphia; 231 pages; DF 887; 1939

Box 47a; Folder 2; Item 047-004; fingerprints; System und Praxis der Daktyloskopie und der sonstigen technischen Methoden der Kriminalpolizei; Ten chapters on fingerprints, identification, photography, police work, anthropometry, etc. Third ed, in German. Enclosed: letter to Doepner from pub/printer, news clipping about twins, handwritten notes, and typewritten translations, 7 leaves. ; Heindl, Robert; Vereinigung Wissenschaftlicher Verleger, Walter de Gruyter & Co., Berlin and Leipzig; 779+ pages; DF 139; 1927

Box 47b; Folder 3; Item 047-005; fingerprints; Laerebog i Fjernidentificering; "Textbook for Distant Identification" pertaining to fingerprint registration, classification, identification, etc. In Danish.; Jorgensen, Hakon; Arnold Busck, Kjobenhavn; 92 pages; DF 172; 1922

Box 47b; Folder 3; Item 047-006; fingerprints; The Single Finger Print Identification System: A Practical Work Upon the Science of Finger Printing; Various chapters on fingerprint uses, patterns, criminal identification, history/historical figures, classification, etc.; Crosskey, Walter C. S.; Crosskey Fingerprint System, San Francisco; 264 pages; DF 63; 1923

Box 47b; Folder 4; Item 047-007; Galton; Memories of My Life; Twenty-one chapters of the author's autobiography beginning at childhood and up through his achievements.; Galton, Francis; Methuen & Co., London; 339 pages; DF 107; 1908

Box 47b; Folder 5; Item 047-008; fingerprints; System und Praxis der Daktyloskopie und der sonstigen technischen Methoden der Kriminalpolizei; Ten chapters on fingerprints, identification, photography, police work, anthropometry, etc. In German, loose pages.; Heindl, Robert; Vereinigung Wissenschaftlicher Verleger, Walter de Gruyter & Co., Berlin and Leipzig; 655 pages; DF 138; 1921

Box 48; Folder 1; Item 048-001; police; Manuel de Technique Policiere, EnquEte Criminelle; Eleven chapters on police work, drugs, picture identification, questioned documents, fingerprints, etc. In French, uncut pages.; Locard, Edmond; Payot, Paris; 291 pages; DF 227; 1923

Box 48; Folder 1; Item 048-002; police; Manuel de Technique Policiere, EnquEte Criminelle; Eleven chapters on police work, drugs, picture identification, questioned documents, fingerprints, etc. In French, loose pages, c. 2.; Locard, Edmond; Payot, Paris; 291 pages; DF 571; 1923

Box 48; Folder 2; Item 048-003; fingerprints; Fifty-one Fingerprint Systems; "An outline of the various methods used in different countries for classifying and filing fingerprints under the ten-finger and single-print systems." Typewritten text.; Boolsen, Frank M. and B. C. Bridges; pub. by author, Berkeley, CA; 41 pages; DF 877 or 1037; 1935

Box 48; Folder 2; Item 048-004; fingerprints; Fifty-one Fingerprint Systems; "An outline of the various methods used in different countries for classifying and filing fingerprints under the ten-finger and single-print systems." Typewritten text, c. 2.; Boolsen, Frank M. and B. C. Bridges; pub. by author, Berkeley, CA; 41 pages; DF B334 or I-1575.b4 ?; 1935

Box 48; Folder 3; Item 048-005; fingerprints; Fingerprint Technique; Fingerprint classification, types, ridges, latents, etc.; Nathan, Jess; Semco Color Press, Oklahoma City; 96 pages; DF 786; 1937

Box 48; Folder 3; Item 048-006; fingerprints; Classification of Single Fingerprints; Fingerprint ridges, patterns, classification, etc.; Jaycox, Thomas H.; Police Dept., Wichita, Kansas; 50+ pages; DF 714; 1931

Box 48; Folder 4; Item 048-007; fingerprints; The Finger Print System at Scotland Yard; "A practical treatise on finger print identification for the use of students and experts and a guide for investigators when dealing with imprints left at the scenes of crime."; Cherrill, Frederick R.; His Majesty's Stationery Office, London; 173 pages; DF 1292 or 1297; 1954

Box 48; Folder 4; Item 048-008; identification; The Identification Facilities of the FBI; Discussing the FBI methods used for identification.; Hoover, J. Edgar; FBI, U. S. Justice Dept., Washington DC; 40 pages; DF 1013; 1941

Box 48; Folder 4; Item 048-009; reports; A Handbook Containing Suggestions for the Preparation of Uniform Crime Reports; "Published for the information of law enforcement officials and agencies."; author n.a.; FBI, U. S. Dept. of Justice, Washington DC; 40+ pages; DF 1148; 1935

Box 48; Folder 5; Item 048-010; police; Internationale polizeitechnische Ausstellung; Photographs of various German state police departments, labs, etc. In German, mainly photographs.; author n.a.; G. Braun, G.m.b.H., Karlsruhe; 83 pages; DF 563; 1925

Box 49; Folder 1; Item 049-001; criminology; La Police et l'enquete Judiciaire Scientifiques; Eleven chapters on autopsies, identification, judicial methods, investigations, etc. Signed by author, in French.; Niceforo, Alfredo; Librairie Universelle, Paris; 445 pages; DF 269; 1907

Box 49; Folder 2; Item 049-002; dental identification; L'Art Dentaire en Medecine Legale; Multiple sections on dental medicine, different characteristics between races, abnormalities, dental care, etc. In French, leather bound.; Amoedo, Oscar; Masson & Co., Paris; 608 pages; DF 1158; 1898

Box 49; Folder 3; Item 049-003; medicine; Les Tatouages: etude Anthropologique et Medico-Legale; Five chapters on aspects of legal medicine. In French.; Lacassagne, A.; J. B. Bailliere et fils, Paris; 115 pages; DF 1304; 1881

Box 49; Folder 4; Item 049-004; identification; Medico-Legal Aspects of the Ruxton Case; Sixteen chapters on the case evidence/aspects, including dismemberment, dental evidence, fingerprints, skulls, blood, etc.; Glaister, John and James Couper Brash; William Wood & Co., Baltimore; 284 pages; DF 608; 1937

Box 49; Folder 4; Item 049-005; identification; Criminal Identification and the Functions of the Identification Division; History, Bertillon system, fingerprints, etc. as related to the U. S. government and related branches. Illustrated.; Hoover, J. Edgar; U. S. Dept. of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington DC; 32 pages; DF n.a.; 1938

Box 50; Folder 1; Item 050-001; primates and fingerprints; Das Hautleistensystem der Primatenplanta unter Mitbereucksichtigung der Palma; The author's inaugural dissertation for the Universitat Zurich on the finger and footprints of primates. In German, cover loose, c. 2, see also [045-005].; Schlaginhaufen, Otto; Wilhelm Engelmann, Leipzig; 671 pages; DF 708; 1905

Box 50; Folder 2; Item 050-002; Galton; The Life, Letters and Labours of Francis Galton, v. I, Birth 1822 to Marriage 1853; Chapters 1-7 of the Galton biography, regarding his ancestry, childhood, medical and math studies at Cambridge, scientific interests, etc. Loose leaves in back cover of ancestry/ family charts.; Pearson, Karl; Univ. Press, Cambridge; 250 pages; DF 358; 1914

Box 50; Folder 3; Item 050-003; Galton; The Life, Letters and Labours of Francis Galton, v. II, Researches of Middle Life; Chapters 8-13 of the Galton biography, regarding his work in anthropology research, study of heredity, psychology, etc.; Pearson, Karl; Univ. Press, Cambridge; 425 pages; DF 359; 1924

Box 51; Folder 1; Item 051-001; Galton; The Life, Letters and Labours of Francis Galton, v. IIIa, Correlation, Personal Identification and Eugenics; Chapters 14-16 of the Galton biography, regarding his work in heredity problems and statistics, personal identification, eugenics, etc. Loose leaves in back cover of charts. Enclosed: 6 leaves of handwritten notes, one fingerprint on a card.; Pearson, Karl; Univ. Press, Cambridge; 440 pages; DF 360; 1930

Box 51; Folder 2; Item 051-002; Galton; The Life, Letters and Labours of Francis Galton, v. IIIb, Characterisation, Especially by Letters Index; Chapter 17 and an index of the Galton biography, regarding his letters to friends and family, and a subject index. Pagination continues from v. IIIa.; Pearson, Karl; Univ. Press, Cambridge; 235 pages; DF 360; 1930

Box 51; Folder 3; Item 051-003; fingerprints; Einzelfingerregistrierung; Several sections on fingerprint characteristics, taking, a registration system, etc. In German.; Jorgensen, Hakon; Mosers Buchhandlung, J. Meyerhoff, Graz; 54 pages; DF 171; 1926

Box 51; Folder 3; Item 051-004; fingerprints; A Course in Fingerprint Science; A fingerprint teaching/ supervised correspondence studies series for high school education, Units 1-16. Loose pages/ stapled by unit.; Mozer, Herman E.; Univ. of Oklahoma, Extension Div., Correspondence Study Dept., Norman, OK; 231 pages; DF 780; 1938

Box 52a; Folder 1; Item 052-001; fingerprints; Police Finger Print Bureau Manual; Supplement book to the Punjab Police Rules, Four parts on fingerprint taking, police methods, classification, filing, etc.; Finger Print Bureau, Phillaur; Superintendent, Government Printing, Lahore, Punjab; 72 pages; DF 678; 1915

Box 52a; Folder 1; Item 052-002; fingerprints; Police Finger Print Bureau Bromanual: Hissa awwal aur dum; Supplement book to the Punjab Police Rules, Four parts on fingerprint taking, police methods, classification, filing, etc. In Urdu. Enclosed: 5 loose oversized leaves in Urdu, 2 leaves from printer regarding Doepner's purchase of item.; Finger Print Bureau, Phillaur or Zmeema Punjab Police Roll; Lal Mohanlal Chupe (superintendent), Government Printing, Punjab and Murathaba Finger Print Brohaloor, Lahore; 65 pages; DF 627; 1916

Box 52a; Folder 1; Item 052-003; fingerprints; Police-Finger Print Bureau Manual; Supplement book to the Punjab Police Rules, Four parts on fingerprint taking, police methods, classification, filing, etc.; Finger-Print Bureau, Phillaur; Superintendent, Government Printing, Lahore, Punjab; 72 pages; DF 752; 1931

Box 52b; Folder 2; Item 052-004; fingerprints; Traite de Criminalistique, Les Empreintes et les Traces; Fingerprint history, classification, etc. The second volume of a 6 volume set, uncut pages, in French, see also [038-009].; Locard, Edmond; J. Desvigne et ses Fils, Lyon; 500 pages; DF 803; 1931

Box 52b; Folder 3; Item 052-005; fingerprints; Finger Print Companion: A Practical Handbook; A small book containing three previous pamphlets of the author addressing classification of single digit impressions, telegraphic codes, and hints on fingerprints.; Bose, Hem Chandra; H. C. Bose, Calcutta, Finger Print Bureau, Writers' Buildings.; 112 pages; DF 751; 1927

Box 52b; Folder 3; Item 052-006; evidence; The Problem of Proof; Addresses disputed document trials, court law, proving facts, trial conduct, etc. Enclosed: small pamphlet added post-publishing of other documents but written by this publication's author. Addresses law, handwriting, and questioned docs in NY.; Osborn, Albert S.; M. Bender, New York; 526 pages; DF n.a.; 1922

Box 52b; Folder 4; Item 052-007; Bertillon; Signaletic Instructions Including the Theory and Practice of Anthropometrical Identification; Six sections on methods of anthropometrical measurement invented by the author. Translated from French, R. W. McClaughry, editor.; Bertillon, Alphonse; Werner Company, Chicago; 380+ pages; DF 30; 1896

Series 3) Doepner/Faulds--Fingerprint and Identification Magazine:

Box 53; Folder 1; "A Monthly Journal Devoted to the Science of Finger Print Identification" pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 1 no. 1 through v. 1 no. 3, some are photocopies of individual issues. Six items.; 1919/07-1919/09

Box 53; Folder 2; "A Monthly Journal Devoted to the Science of Finger Print Identification" pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 1 no. 4 through v. 1 no. 6, some are photocopies of individual issues. Five items.; 1919/10-1919/12

Box 53; Folder 3; "A Monthly Journal Devoted to the Science of Finger Print Identification" pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 1 no. 7 through v. 1 no. 9, some are photocopies of individual issues. Six items.; 1920/01-1920/03

Box 53; Folder 4; "A Monthly Journal Devoted to the Science of Finger Print Identification" pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 1 no. 10 through v. 1 no. 12. Six items.; 1920/04-1920/06

Box 53; Folder 5; "A Monthly Journal Devoted to the Science of Finger Print Identification" pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 2 no. 1 through v. 2 no. 6. Seven items.; 1920/07-1920/12

Box 53; Folder 6; "A Monthly Journal Devoted to the Science of Finger Print Identification" pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association/ University of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 2 no. 7 through v. 2 no. 12. Eleven items.; 1921/01-1921/06

Box 53; Folder 7; "A Monthly Journal Devoted to the Science of Finger Print Identification" pub. by the University of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 3 no. 1 through v. 3 no. 6. Eight items.; 1921/07-1921/12

Box 53; Folder 8; "A Monthly Journal Devoted to the Science of Finger Print Identification" pub. by the University of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 3 no. 7 through v. 3 no. 11. Missing issue for June, v. 3 no. 12. Eight items.; 1922/01-1922/05

Box 53; Folder 9; "A Bi-Monthly Journal Devoted to the Science of Finger Print Identification" pub. by the University of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 4 no. 1 through v. 4 no. 5. Missing issue for May, v. 4 no. 6. Eight items.; 1922/07-1923/05

Box 53; Folder 10; Monthly pub. by the University of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 5 no. 1 through v. 5 no. 6. Missing issue for Aug, v. 5 no. 3, partial issue for July, v. 5 no. 2. Eight items.; 1923/06-1923/11

Box 53; Folder 11; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 5 no. 7 through v. 5 no. 9. Six items.; 1923/12-1924/02

Box 53; Folder 12; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 5 no. 10 through v. 5 no. 12. Misnumbered issues, no. 12 is both May and June. Eight items.; 1924/03-1924/06

Box 53; Folder 13; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 6 no. 1 through v. 6 no. 3. Six items.; 1924/07-1924/09

Box 54; Folder 1; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 6 no. 4 through v. 6 no. 5. Four items.; 1924/10-1924/11

Box 54; Folder 2; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 6 no. 6 through v. 6 no. 7. Four items.; 1924/12-1925/01

Box 54; Folder 3; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 6 no. 8 through v. 6 no. 9. Four items.; 1925/02-1925/03

Box 54; Folder 4; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 6 no. 10 through v. 6 no. 11. Four items.; 1925/04-1925/05

Box 54; Folder 5; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 6 no. 12 through v. 7 no. 1. Four items.; 1925/06-1925/07

Box 54; Folder 6; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 7 no. 2 through v. 7 no. 3. Four items.; 1925/08-1925/09

Box 54; Folder 7; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 7 no. 4 through v. 7 no. 6. Six items.; 1925/10-1925/12

Box 54; Folder 8; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 7 no. 7 through v. 7 no. 8. Four items.; 1926/01-1926/02

Box 54; Folder 9; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 7 no. 9 through v. 7 no. 10. Four items.; 1926/03-1926/04

Box 54; Folder 10; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 7 no. 11 through v. 8 no. 1. Five items.; 1926/05-1926/07

Box 54; Folder 11; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 8 no. 2 through v. 8 no. 4. Four items.; 1926/08-1926/10

Box 54; Folder 12; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 8 no. 5 through v. 8 no. 8. Five items.; 1926/11-1927/01

Box 54; Folder 13; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 8 no. 8 through v. 8 no. 11. Seven items.; 1927/02-1927/05

Box 54; Folder 14; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 8 no. 12 through v. 9 no. 3. Five items.; 1927/06-1927/09

Box 54; Folder 15; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 9 no. 4 through v. 9 no. 6. Five items.; 1927/10-1927/12

Box 54; Folder 16; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 9 no. 7 through v. 9 no. 8. Four items.; 1928/01-1928/02

Box 55; Folder 1; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 9 no. 9 through v. 9 no. 10. Four items.; 1928/03-1928/04

Box 55; Folder 2; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 9 no. 11 through v. 9 no. 12. Four items.; 1928/05-1928/06

Box 55; Folder 3; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 10 no. 1 through v. 10 no. 2. Four items.; 1928/07-1928/08

Box 55; Folder 4; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 10 no. 3 through v. 10 no. 4. Four items.; 1928/09-1928/10

Box 55; Folder 5; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 10 no. 5 through v. 10 no. 7. Six items.; 1928/11-1929/01

Box 55; Folder 6; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 10 no. 8 through v. 10 no. 10. Six items.; 1929/02-1929/04

Box 55; Folder 7; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 10 no. 11 through v. 11 no. 1. Six items.; 1929/05-1929/07

Box 55; Folder 8; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 11 no. 2 through v. 11 no. 4. Six items.; 1929/08-1929/10

Box 55; Folder 9; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 11 no. 5 through v. 11 no. 6. Four items.; 1929/11-1929/12

Box 55; Folder 10; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 11 no. 7 through v. 11 no. 8. Four items.; 1930/01-1930/02

Box 55; Folder 11; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 11 no. 9 through v. 11 no. 10. Four items.; 1930/03-1930/04

Box 55; Folder 12; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 11 no. 11 through v. 11 no. 12. Four items.; 1930/05-1930/06

Box 55; Folder 13; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 12 no. 1 through v. 12 no. 2. Four items.; 1930/07-1930/08

Box 55; Folder 14; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 12 no. 3 through v. 12 no. 4. Four items.; 1930/09-1930/10

Box 55; Folder 15; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 12 no. 5 through v. 12 no. 6. Four items.; 1930/11-1930/12

Box 55; Folder 16; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 12 no. 7 through v. 12 no. 8. Four items.; 1931/01-1931/02

Box 56; Folder 1; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 12 no. 9 through v. 12 no. 11. Six items.; 1931/03-1931/05

Box 56; Folder 2; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 12 no. 12 through v. 13 no. 2. Six items.; 1931/06-1931/08

Box 56; Folder 3; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 13 no. 3 through v. 13 no. 6. Six items.; 1931/09-1931/12

Box 56; Folder 4; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 13 no. 7 through v. 13 no. 10. Five items.; 1932/01-1932/04

Box 56; Folder 5; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 13 no. 11 through v. 14 no. 1. Five items.; 1932/05-1932/07

Box 56; Folder 6; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 14 no. 2 through v. 14 no. 3. Four items.; 1932/08-1932/09

Box 56; Folder 7; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 14 no. 4 through v. 14 no. 6. Four items.; 1932/10-1932/12

Box 56; Folder 8; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 14 no. 7 through v. 14 no. 10. Four items.; 1933/01-1933/04

Box 56; Folder 9; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 14 no. 11 through v. 15 no. 2. Five items.; 1933/05-1933/08

Box 56; Folder 10; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 15 no. 3 through v. 15 no. 6. Six items.; 1933/09-1933/12

Box 56; Folder 11; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 15 no. 7 through v. 15 no. 9. Four items.; 1934/01-1934/03

Box 56; Folder 12; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 15 no. 10 through v. 15 no. 11. Four items.; 1934/04-1934/05

Box 56; Folder 13; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 15 no. 12 through v. 16 no. 2. Five items. (July issue misnumbered, reads v. 15 no. 13 when should be v.16 no. 1.); 1934/06-1934/08

Box 56; Folder 14; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 16 no. 3 through v. 16 no. 6. Five items. ; 1934/09-1934/12

Box 56; Folder 15; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 16 no. 7 through v. 16 no. 11. Six items. ; 1935/01-1935/05

Box 57; Folder 1; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 16 no. 12 through v. 17 no. 4. Six items. ; 1935/06-1935/10

Box 57; Folder 2; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 17 no. 5 through v. 17 no. 10. Six items. ; 1935/11-1936/04

Box 57; Folder 3; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 17 no. 11 through v. 18 no. 1. Five items. ; 1936/05-1936/07

Box 57; Folder 4; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 18 no. 2 through v. 18 no. 5. Six items. ; 1936/08-1936/11

Box 57; Folder 5; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 18 no. 6 through v. 18 no. 9. Four items. (Missing issue no. 8, Feb.); 1936/12-1937/03

Box 57; Folder 6; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 18 no. 10 through v. 18 no. 12. Five items. ; 1937/04-1937/06

Box 57; Folder 7; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 19 no. 1 through v. 19 no. 3. Six items. ; 1937/07-1937/09

Box 57; Folder 8; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 19 no. 4 through v. 19 no. 6. Six items. ; 1937/10-1937/12

Box 57; Folder 9; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 19 no. 7 through v. 19 no. 9. Five items. ; 1938/01-1938/03

Box 57; Folder 10; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 19 no. 10 through v. 19 no. 12. Six items. ; 1938/04-1938/06

Box 57; Folder 11; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 20 no. 1 through v. 20 no. 3. Six items. ; 1938/07-1938/09

Box 57; Folder 12; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 20 no. 4 through v. 20 no. 6. Five items. ; 1938/10-1938/12

Box 57; Folder 13; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 20 no. 7 through v. 20 no. 8. Four items. ; 1939/01-1939/02

Box 57; Folder 14; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 20 no. 9 through v. 20 no. 11. Five items. ; 1939/03-1939/05

Box 58; Folder 1; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 20 no. 12 through v. 21 no. 1. Four items. ; 1939/06-1939/07

Box 58; Folder 2; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 21 no. 2 through v. 21 no. 5. Five items. (Missing the Dec. issue, v. 21 no. 6. Issue no. 2, August, is misnumbered v. 22 instead of v. 21.); 1939/08-1939/11

Box 58; Folder 3; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 21 no. 8 through v. 21 no. 10. Six items. (Missing January, v. 21 no. 7.); 1940/02-1940/04

Box 58; Folder 4; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 21 no. 11 through v. 22 no. 1. Six items.; 1940/05-1940/07

Box 58; Folder 5; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 22 no. 2 through v. 22 no. 4. Six items.; 1940/08-1940/10

Box 58; Folder 6; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 22 no. 5 through v. 22 no. 6. Four items.; 1940/11-1940/12

Box 58; Folder 7; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 22 no. 7 through v. 22 no. 8. Four items.; 1941/01-1941/02

Box 59; Folder 1; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 22 no. 9 through v. 22 no. 11. Six items.; 1941/03-1941/05

Box 59; Folder 2; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 22 no. 12 through v. 23 no. 2. Six items.; 1941/06-1941/08

Box 59; Folder 3; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 23 no. 3 through v. 23 no. 5. Six items.; 1941/09-1941/11

Box 59; Folder 4; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 23 no. 6 through v. 23 no. 8. Five items.; 1941/12-1942/02

Box 59; Folder 5; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 23 no. 9 through v. 23 no. 11. Six items.; 1942/03-1942/05

Box 59; Folder 6; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 23 no. 12 through v. 24 no. 2. Six items.; 1942/06-1942/08

Box 59; Folder 7; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 24 no. 3 through v. 24 no. 5. Six items.; 1942/09-1942/11

Box 59; Folder 8; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 24 no. 6 through v. 24 no. 8. Six items.; 1942/12-1943/02

Box 59; Folder 9; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 24 no. 9 through v. 24 no. 10. Four items.; 1943/03-1943/04

Box 59; Folder 10; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 24 no. 11 through v. 24 no. 12. Four items.; 1943/05-1943/06

Box 59; Folder 11; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 25 no. 1 through v. 25 no. 3. Six items.; 1943/07-1943/09

Box 59; Folder 12; Monthly pub. by the Finger Print Publishing Association, Chicago, IL. v. 25 no. 4 through v. 25 no. 6. Six items.; 1943/10-1943/12

Box 59; Folder 13; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 25 no. 7 through v. 25 no. 9. Six items.; 1944/01-1944/03

Box 60; Folder 1; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 25 no. 10 through v. 25 no. 11. Four items.; 1944/04-1944/05

Box 60; Folder 2; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 25 no. 12 through v. 26 no. 1. Four items.; 1944/06-1944/07

Box 60; Folder 3; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 26 no. 2 through v. 26 no. 3. Four items.; 1944/08-1944/09

Box 60; Folder 4; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 26 no. 4 through v. 26 no. 5. Four items.; 1944/10-1944/11

Box 60; Folder 5; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 26 no. 6 through v. 26 no. 7. Four items.; 1944/12-1945/01

Box 60; Folder 6; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 26 no. 8 through v. 26 no. 10. Six items.; 1945/02-1945/04

Box 60; Folder 7; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 26 no. 11 through v. 27 no. 1. Six items.; 1945/05-1945/07

Box 60; Folder 8; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 27 no. 2 through v. 27 no. 4. Five items.; 1945/08-1945/10

Box 60; Folder 9; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 27 no. 5 through v. 27 no. 6. Four items.; 1945/11-1945/12

Box 60; Folder 10; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 27 no. 7 through v. 27 no. 8. Four items.; 1946/01-1946/02

Box 60; Folder 11; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 27 no. 9 through v. 27 no. 10. Four items.; 1946/03-1946/04

Box 60; Folder 12; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 27 no. 11 through v. 27 no. 12. Four items.; 1946/05-1946/06

Box 60; Folder 13; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 28 no. 1 through v. 28 no. 2. Four items.; 1946/07-1946/08

Box 60; Folder 14; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 28 no. 3 through v. 28 no. 5. Six items.; 1946/09-1946/11

Box 61; Folder 1; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 28 no. 6 through v. 28 no. 8. Six items.; 1946/12-1947/02

Box 61; Folder 2; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 28 no. 9 through v. 28 no. 10. Four items.; 1947/03-1947/04

Box 61; Folder 3; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 28 no. 11 through v. 28 no. 12. Four items.; 1947/05-1947/06

Box 61; Folder 4; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 29 no. 1 through v. 29 no. 3. Six items.; 1947/07-1947/09

Box 61; Folder 5; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 29 no. 4 through v. 29 no. 6. Six items.; 1947/10-1947/12

Box 61; Folder 6; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 29 no. 7 through v. 29 no. 9. Six items.; 1948/01-1948/03

Box 61; Folder 7; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 29 no. 10 through v. 29 no. 12. Six items.; 1948/04-1948/06

Box 61; Folder 8; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 30 no. 1 through v. 30 no. 3. Six items.; 1948/07-1948/09

Box 61; Folder 9; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 30 no. 4 through v. 30 no. 6. Six items.; 1948/10-1948/12

Box 61; Folder 10; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 30 no. 7 through v. 30 no. 9. Six items.; 1949/01-1949/03

Box 61; Folder 11; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 30 no. 10 through v. 30 no. 12. Five items.; 1949/04-1949/06

Box 61; Folder 12; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 31 no. 1 through v. 31 no. 3. Five items.; 1949/07-1949/09

Box 61; Folder 13; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 31 no. 4 through v. 31 no. 6. Six items.; 1949/10-1949/12

Box 62; Folder 1; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 31 no. 7 through v. 31 no. 9. Six items.; 1950/01-1950/03

Box 62; Folder 2; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 31 no. 10 through v. 31 no. 12. Five items.; 1950/04-1950/06

Box 62; Folder 3; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 32 no. 1 through v. 32 no. 3. Six items.; 1950/07-1950/09

Box 62; Folder 4; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 32 no. 4 through v. 32 no. 6. Five items.; 1950/10-1950/12

Box 62; Folder 5; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 32 no. 7 through v. 32 no. 9. Six items.; 1951/01-1951/03

Box 62; Folder 6; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 32 no. 10 through v. 32 no. 12. Six items.; 1951/04-1951/06

Box 62; Folder 7; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 33 no. 1 through v. 33 no. 3. Six items.; 1951/07-1951/09

Box 62; Folder 8; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 33 no. 4 through v. 33 no. 6. Six items.; 1951/10-1951/12

Box 62; Folder 9; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 33 no. 7 through v. 33 no. 9. Six items.; 1952/01-1952/03

Box 62; Folder 10; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 33 no. 10 through v. 33 no. 11. Four items.; 1952/04-1952/05

Box 62; Folder 11; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 33 no. 12 through v. 34 no. 1. Four items.; 1952/06-1952/07

Box 62; Folder 12; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 34 no. 2 through v. 34 no. 3. Four items.; 1952/08-1952/09

Box 62; Folder 13; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 34 no. 4 through v. 34 no. 6. Six items.; 1952/10-1952/12

Box 62; Folder 14; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 34 no. 7 through v. 34 no. 8. Four items.; 1953/01-1953/02

Box 63; Folder 1; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 34 no. 9 through v. 34 no. 10. Four items.; 1953/03-1953/04

Box 63; Folder 2; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 34 no. 11 through v. 35 no. 1. Six items.; 1953/05-1953/07

Box 63; Folder 3; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 35 no. 2 through v. 35 no. 4. Six items.; 1953/08-1953/10

Box 63; Folder 4; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 35 no. 5 through v. 35 no. 6. Four items.; 1953/11-1953/12

Box 63; Folder 5; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 35 no. 7 through v. 35 no. 8. Four items.; 1954/01-1954/02

Box 63; Folder 6; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 35 no. 9 through v. 35 no. 10. Four items.; 1954/03-1954/04

Box 63; Folder 7; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 35 no. 11 through v. 35 no. 12. Four items.; 1954/05-1954/06

Box 63; Folder 8; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 36 no. 1 through v. 36 no. 3. Six items.; 1954/07-1954/09

Box 63; Folder 9; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 36 no. 4 through v. 36 no. 6. Six items.; 1954/10-1954/12

Box 63; Folder 10; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 36 no. 7 through v. 36 no. 9. Six items.; 1955/01-1955/03

Box 63; Folder 11; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 36 no. 10 through v. 36 no. 12. Six items.; 1955/04-1955/06

Box 63; Folder 12; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 37 no. 1 through v. 37 no. 3. Six items.; 1955/07-1955/09

Box 63; Folder 13; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 37 no. 4 through v. 37 no. 6. Six items.; 1955/10-1955/12

Box 64; Folder 1; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 37 no. 7 through v. 37 no. 9. Six items.; 1956/01-1956/03

Box 64; Folder 2; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 37 no. 10 through v. 37 no. 12. Six items.; 1956/04-1956/06

Box 64; Folder 3; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 38 no. 1 through v. 38 no. 3. Six items.; 1956/07-1956/09

Box 64; Folder 4; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 38 no. 4 through v. 38 no. 6. Six items.; 1956/10-1956/12

Box 64; Folder 5; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 38 no. 7 through v. 38 no. 8. Four items.; 1957/01-1957/02

Box 64; Folder 6; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 38 no. 9 through v. 38 no. 10. Four items.; 1957/03-1957/04

Box 64; Folder 7; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 38 no. 11 through v. 38 no. 12. Four items.; 1957/05-1957/06

Box 64; Folder 8; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 39 no. 1 through v. 39 no. 3. Six items.; 1957/07-1957/09

Box 64; Folder 9; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 39 no. 4 through v. 39 no. 6. Six items.; 1957/10-1957/12

Box 64; Folder 10; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 39 no. 7 through v. 39 no. 9. Six items.; 1958/01-1958/03

Box 64; Folder 11; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 39 no. 10 through v. 39 no. 11. Four items.; 1958/04-1958/05

Box 64; Folder 12; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 39 no. 12 through v. 40 no. 1. Four items.; 1958/06-1958/07

Box 64; Folder 13; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 40 no. 2 through v. 40 no. 3. Four items.; 1958/08-1958/09

Box 64; Folder 14; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 40 no. 4 through v. 40 no. 6. Six items.; 1958/10-1958/12

Box 64; Folder 15; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 40 no. 7 through v. 40 no. 8. Four items.; 1959/01-1959/02

Box 65; Folder 1; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 40 no. 9 through v. 40 no. 10. Four items.; 1959/03-1959/04

Box 65; Folder 2; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 40 no. 11 through v. 40 no. 12. Four items.; 1959/05-1959/06

Box 65; Folder 3; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 41 no. 1 through v. 41 no. 3. Six items.; 1959/07-1959/09

Box 65; Folder 4; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 41 no. 4 through v. 41 no. 6. Six items.; 1959/10-1959/12

Box 65; Folder 5; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 41 no. 7 through v. 41 no. 9. Six items.; 1960/01-1960/03

Box 65; Folder 6; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 41 no. 10 through v. 41 no. 12. Six items.; 1960/04-1960/06

Box 65; Folder 7; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 42 no. 1 through v. 42 no. 3. Six items.; 1960/07-1960/09

Box 65; Folder 8; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 42 no. 4 through v. 42 no. 6. Six items.; 1960/10-1960/12

Box 65; Folder 9; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 42 no. 7 through v. 42 no. 9. Six items.; 1961/01-1961/03

Box 65; Folder 10; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 42 no. 10 through v. 42 no. 12. Six items.; 1961/04-1961/06

Box 65; Folder 11; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 43 no. 1 through v. 43 no. 3. Six items.; 1961/07-1961/09

Box 65; Folder 12; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 43 no. 4 through v. 43 no. 6. Six items.; 1961/10-1961/12

Box 65; Folder 13; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 43 no. 7 through v. 43 no. 9. Six items.; 1962/01-1962/03

Box 65; Folder 14; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 43 no. 10 through v. 43 no. 12. Six items.; 1962/04-1962/06

Box 65; Folder 15; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 44 no. 1 through v. 44 no. 3. Six items.; 1962/07-1962/09

Box 66; Folder 1; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 44 no. 4 through v. 44 no. 6. Six items.; 1962/10-1962/12

Box 66; Folder 2; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 44 no. 7 through v. 44 no. 9. Six items.; 1963/01-1963/03

Box 66; Folder 3; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 44 no. 10 through v. 44 no. 12. Six items.; 1963/04-1963/06

Box 66; Folder 4; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 45 no. 1 through v. 45 no. 3. Six items.; 1963/07-1963/09

Box 66; Folder 5; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 45 no. 4 through v. 45 no. 6. Six items.; 1963/10-1963/12

Box 66; Folder 6; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 45 no. 7 through v. 45 no. 8. Four items.; 1964/01-1964/02

Box 66; Folder 7; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 45 no. 9 through v. 45 no. 11. Six items.; 1964/03-1964/05

Box 66; Folder 8; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 45 no. 12 through v. 46 no. 2. Six items.; 1964/06-1964/08

Box 66; Folder 9; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 46 no. 3 through v. 46 no. 5. Six items.; 1964/09-1964/11

Box 66; Folder 10; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 46 no. 6 through v. 46 no. 7. Four items.; 1964/12-1965/01

Box 66; Folder 11; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 46 no. 8 through v. 46 no. 10. Six items.; 1965/02-1965/04

Box 66; Folder 12; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 46 no. 11 through v. 47 no. 1. Six items.; 1965/05-1965/07

Box 66; Folder 13; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 47 no. 2 through v. 47 no. 4. Six items.; 1965/08-1965/10

Box 66; Folder 14; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 47 no. 5 through v. 47 no. 7. Six items.; 1965/11-1966/01

Box 66; Folder 15; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 47 no. 8 through v. 47 no. 10. Six items.; 1966/02-1966/04

Box 67; Folder 1; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 47 no. 11 through v. 48 no. 1. Six items.; 1966/05-1966/07

Box 67; Folder 2; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 48 no. 2 through v. 48 no. 4. Six items.; 1966/08-1966/10

Box 67; Folder 3; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 48 no. 5 through v. 48 no. 7. Six items.; 1966/11-1967/01

Box 67; Folder 4; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 48 no. 8 through v. 48 no. 10. Six items.; 1967/02-1967/04

Box 67; Folder 5; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 48 no. 11 through v. 49 no. 1. Six items.; 1967/05-1967/07

Box 67; Folder 6; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 49 no. 2 through v. 49 no. 4. Six items.; 1967/08-1967/10

Box 67; Folder 7; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 49 no. 5 through v. 49 no. 7. Six items.; 1967/11-1968/01

Box 67; Folder 8; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 49 no. 8 through v. 49 no. 10. Six items.; 1968/02-1968/04

Box 67; Folder 9; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 49 no. 11 through v. 50 no. 1. Six items.; 1968/05-1968/07

Box 67; Folder 10; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 50 no. 2 through v. 50 no. 4. Six items.; 1968/08-1968/10

Box 67; Folder 11; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 50 no. 5 through v. 50 no. 7. Six items.; 1968/11-1969/01

Box 67; Folder 12; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 50 no. 8 through v. 50 no. 10. Six items.; 1969/02-1969/04

Box 67; Folder 13; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 50 no. 11 through v. 51 no. 1. Six items.; 1969/05-1969/07

Box 67; Folder 14; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 51 no. 2 through v. 51 no. 4. Six items.; 1969/08-1969/10

Box 67; Folder 15; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 51 no. 5 through v. 51 no. 6. Four items.; 1969/11-1969/12

Box 68; Folder 1; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 51 no. 7 through v. 51 no. 9. Six items.; 1970/01-1970/03

Box 68; Folder 2; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 51 no. 10 through v. 51 no. 12. Six items.; 1970/04-1970/06

Box 68; Folder 3; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 52 no. 1 through v. 52 no. 3. Six items.; 1970/07-1970/09

Box 68; Folder 4; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 52 no. 4 through v. 52 no. 6. Six items.; 1970/10-1970/12

Box 68; Folder 5; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 52 no. 7 through v. 52 no. 9. Six items.; 1971/01-1971/03

Box 68; Folder 6; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 52 no. 10 through v. 52 no. 12. Six items.; 1971/04-1971/06

Box 68; Folder 7; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 53 no. 1 through v. 53 no. 3. Six items.; 1971/07-1971/09

Box 69; Folder 1; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 53 no. 4 through v. 53 no. 6. Six items.; 1971/10-1971/12

Box 69; Folder 2; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 53 no. 7 through v. 53 no. 9. Six items.; 1972/01-1972/03

Box 69; Folder 3; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 53 no. 10 through v. 53 no. 12. Six items.; 1972/04-1972/06

Box 69; Folder 4; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 54 no. 1 through v. 54 no. 3. Six items.; 1972/07-1972/09

Box 69; Folder 5; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 54 no. 4 through v. 54 no. 6. Six items.; 1972/10-1972/12

Box 69; Folder 6; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 54 no. 7 through v. 54 no. 9. Six items.; 1973/01-1973/03

Box 69; Folder 7; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 54 no. 10 through v. 54 no. 12. Six items.; 1973/04-1973/06

Box 69; Folder 8; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 55 no. 1 through v. 55 no. 3. Six items.; 1973/07-1973/09

Box 69; Folder 9; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 55 no. 4 through v. 55 no. 6. Six items. (Wrong year printed on the outside of Oct. issue no. 4 but correct on the inside.); 1973/10-1973/12

Box 69; Folder 10; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 55 no. 7 through v. 55 no. 9. Six items.; 1974/01-1974/03

Box 69; Folder 11; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 55 no. 10 through v. 55 no. 12. Six items.; 1974/04-1974/06

Box 69; Folder 12; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 56 no. 1 through v. 56 no. 3. Six items.; 1974/07-1974/09

Box 69; Folder 13; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 56 no. 4 through v. 56 no. 6. Six items.; 1974/10-1974/12

Box 69; Folder 14; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 56 no. 7 through v. 56 no. 9. Six items.; 1975/01-1975/03

Box 69; Folder 15; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 56 no. 10 through v. 56 no. 12. Six items.; 1975/04-1975/06

Box 70; Folder 1; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 57 no. 1 through v. 57 no. 3. Six items.; 1975/07-1975/09

Box 70; Folder 2; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 57 no. 4 through v. 57 no. 6. Six items. (Wrong issue no. printed inside for Nov. Should say no. 5 instead of no. 4.); 1975/10-1975/12

Box 70; Folder 3; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 57 no. 7 through v. 57 no. 9. Six items.; 1976/01-1976/04

Box 70; Folder 4; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 57 no. 10 through v. 57 no. 12. Six items.; 1976/05-1976/07

Box 70; Folder 5; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 58 no. 13 through v. 58 no. 14. Six items. (Missing issues for Nov. and Dec. The vol. number changes but consecutive issue numbers do not. Issues appear to change from being annual, July no. 1 to June no. 12, to becoming continual in number, whereas the volume number went up to 58.); 1976/08-1976/10

Box 70; Folder 6; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 59 no. 1, v. 60 no. 1 through no. 3. Seven items. With volume 59, Jan. issue is no. 1. (It appears the annual issues have moved dates from July through June to Jan. as the initial issue date. This appears to occur for the year 1977. Then, the magazine seems to cease publication until 1987, where vol. 60 beings issue no. 1 in July again but the issues are now a span of 2 months, thus July/Aug., etc.); 1977/01-1987/12

Box 70; Folder 7; Monthly pub. by the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL. v. 61 no. 1 through v. 61 no. 3. Six items. With volume 61, Jan. issue is no. 1 again. (It appears the annual issues have moved dates from July through June to Jan. once more, though the 2 month span is kept. This appears to occur for the year 1988. Missing further issues after June to determine if the publication pattern reoccurs or continues to be changed.); 1988/01-1988/06

Series 3) Doepner/Faulds--Schriftenreihe Des Bundeskriminalamtes:

Box 71; Folder 1; Item 071-001; fingerprints; Daktyloskopie: Bedeutung und Anwendung; Twelve chapters on various aspects of fingerprints, with illustrations/photos. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Steinwender, Ernst; 51-55, no. 1, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 192 pages; DF 1195; 1955

Box 71; Folder 1; Item 071-002; criminology; Kriminaltechnik; Five chapters on identification, handwriting, etc. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; various authors; 61-69, no. 2, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 196 pages; DF 1195b; 1955

Box 71; Folder 1; Item 071-003; police; Probleme der Polizeiaufsicht; Three chapters on problems with the police system. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; various authors; 43.00, no. 3, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 112 pages; DF 1195c; 1955

Box 71; Folder 1; Item 071-004; investigation; Wirtschaftskriminalitat; Three chapters on investigating white-collar crime. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Bertling, Gunter; 85.00-85.04, no. 1, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 168 pages; DF 1195d; 1956

Box 71; Folder 1; Item 071-005; investigation; Kriminaldienstkunde, I. Teil: Organisation der kriminalpolizeilichen Verbrechensbekampfung; Six parts of the first volume on serving the community through a police unit of crime prevention. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Holle, Rolf; 24.00-24.03, no. 2, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 188 pages; DF 1195e; 1956

Box 71; Folder 1; Item 071-006; investigation; Kriminaldienstkunde, II. Teil: Kriminalpolizeilicher Meldedienst; Six parts of the second volume on serving the community through a police unit of crime reporting. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Holle, Rolf; 20.80-20.89, no. 3, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 112 pages; DF 1195f; 1956

Box 71; Folder 2; Item 071-007; investigation; Die Latenz der Straftaten; Six sections on the latency of criminal offenses. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Wehner, Bernd; 42.00, no. 1, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 100 pages; DF 1195g; 1957

Box 71; Folder 2; Item 071-008; investigation; Das Phanomen der Strichjungen in Hamburg; Three chapters on the phenomenon of hustlers in Hamburg. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Kuhn, Gerhard; 88.00, no. 2, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 120 pages; DF 1195h; 1957

Box 71; Folder 2; Item 071-009; investigation; Kriminaldienstkunde, III. Teil: Fahndung; Seven parts of the third volume on serving the community through a police unit for crime, and the art of searches. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Holle, Rolf; 20.70-20.79, no. 3, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 240 pages; DF 1195i; 1957

Box 71; Folder 2; Item 071-010; investigation; Kriminalistische Spurenkunde I; Two chapters of the first volume on tracking criminals/criminology. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Mally, Rudolf; 61-69, no. 1, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 136 pages; DF 1195j; 1958

Box 71; Folder 2; Item 071-011; investigation; Kriminalistische Spurenkunde II; Two chapters of the second volume on tracking criminals/criminology. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Mally, Rudolf; 61-69, no. 2, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 182 pages; DF 1195k; 1958

Box 71; Folder 2; Item 071-012; money fraud; Die Kriminalitat im bargeldlosen und bargledsparenden Zahlungsverkehr; Six chapters on falsification of checks, abuse of bank services, postal check payments, credit cards, etc. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Bertling, Gunter; 85.00-85.04, no. 3, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 182 pages; DF 1195L; 1958

Box 71; Folder 3; Item 071-013; corporate and occupational crime; Von Schwindelfirmen und anderen unlauteren (kriminellen) Unternehmen des Wirtschaftslebens; Three parts on legitimate companies and their practices, honest company owners, etc. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Zirpins, Walter; 85.00-85.04, no. 1, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 103 pages; DF 1195m; 1959

Box 71; Folder 3; Item 071-014; modus operandi; Zur Untersuchung der Verbrecherperseveranz; Seven chapters on the investigation of a criminal's perseverance, or "modus operandi" and the criminal system, etc. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Zirpins, Walter; 80-89, no. 2, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 127 pages; DF 1195n; 1959

Box 71; Folder 3; Item 071-015; criminology; Verbrechen, Polizei, Prozesse; Part 1: Writings through 1900. Four chapters of bibliographies pertinent to police processes, criminal investigations, etc. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Huelke, Hans-Heinrich and Hans Etzler; 46.02, no. 3, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 256 pages; DF 1195o; 1959

Box 71; Folder 3; Item 071-016; modus operandi; Modus operandi-System und modus operandi-Technik; Five parts with multiple chapters on modus operandi that critiques and compares over 1000 cases of police investigations and practices. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Niggemeyer, Eschenbach, Lach, Fischer, et. al.; 80.00-89.00, no. 1, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 192 pages; DF 1195w; 1963

Box 71; Folder 3; Item 071-017; criminology; Verbrechen, Polizei, Prozesse; Part 2: Writings after 1900. Five chapters of bibliographies pertinent to police processes, criminal investigations, etc. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Huelke, Hans-Heinrich and Hans Etzler; 46.02, no. 2-3, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 411 pages; DF 1195x; 1963

Box 71; Folder 4; Item 071-018; theft; Sachfahndung (Musterkatalog); Two parts on "special searches" or the German version of "search and seizure", keeping detailed reports of stolen goods, what to look for of specific items such as bikes or cars, etc. and a sample of routine questions for appropriate descriptions of missing items and explanations of item acquisition, etc. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Eberhart, R. Max; 75.00-77.00, no. 1-3, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 376 pages; DF 1195p; 1960

Box 71; Folder 4; Item 071-019; witnesses; Minderjahrige "Geschadigte" als Zeugen in Sittlichkeitsprozessen; Eight sections on underage witnesses and aspects of their testimony at trial, state of mind, type of questions, etc. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Matthes, Ilse; 88.00, no. 1, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 136 pages; DF 1195q; 1961

Box 71; Folder 4; Item 071-020; identification; Personenbeschreibung; Twelve sections on aspects of personal identification such as hair, face, clothes, teeth, police methods of acquisition and description, etc. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Drescher, Heinz and D. E. Steinwender; 55.00, no. 2, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 120 pages; DF 1195r; 1961

Box 71; Folder 4; Item 071-021; identification; Die elektronische Datenverarbeitung; Five sections on electronic data processing, or making the police card index functionally automated. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Drescher, Heinz and D. E. Steinwender; 88.00-89.00, no. 3, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 88 pages; DF 1195s; 1961

Box 72; Folder 1; Item 072-001; corporate and occupational crime; Berufs- und Gewohnheitsverbrecher; Five sections on the general characteristics of occupational and habitual criminals. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Goedecke, Willy; 42.06, no. 1, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 102 pages; DF 1195t; 1962

Box 72; Folder 1; Item 072-002; theft; Taschendiebe; Ten sections on pickpockets history, motive, types of victims, etc. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Goedecke, Willy; 83.00-83.10, no. 2, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 180 pages; DF 1195u; 1962

Box 72; Folder 1; Item 072-003; accidents; Unfalle in Verbindung mit radioaktiven Substanzen; Seven sections on radioactive accidents, an introduction for police departments. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Meyer, Karl F.; 43.01-43.02, no. 3, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 115 pages; DF 1195v; 1962

Box 72; Folder 1; Item 072-004; detectives; Der Kriminalbeamte und sein Arbeitsgebiet; Twenty sections on detectives/police and their departments, work responsibilities, specialties, criminal procedures, etc. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; author n.a.; no. 1-2, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 232 pages; DF 1195y; 1964

Box 72; Folder 1; Item 072-005; assault; Die Sittlichkeitsdelikte im Spiegel der Polizeilichen Kriminalstatistik; Four sections on indecent assaults via police criminal statistics. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Holle, Rolf; 88.00, no. 3, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 162 pages; DF 1195z; 1964

Box 72; Folder 2; Item 072-006; criminology; Kriminaltechnischer Leitfaden; Eighteen sections of a technical manual on criminology evidence and aspects such as blood, footprints, hair, etc. Enclosed: letter to Doepner regarding his purchase of the series. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Wigger, Ernst; 61.00-69.00, no. 1-3, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 512 pages; DF 1195-1; 1965

Box 72; Folder 2; Item 072-007; theft; Kriminaltechnischer Leitfaden; Over ten sections on theft and robbery via police criminal statistics. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Holle, Rolf; 88.00, no. 1, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 180 pages; DF 1195-2; 1966

Box 72; Folder 2; Item 072-008; police; Kriminalpolizeiliche Nachrichtensammlung und -auswertung; Four sections on police methods of collecting and evaluating messages, data, etc. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Holle, Rolf; no. 2, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 178 pages; DF 1195-3; 1966

Box 72; Folder 2; Item 072-009; juveniles; Jungendsachbearbeiter bei der Kriminalpolizei; Three parts on juvenile specialists of the criminal police. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Hunecke, Franz; 42.04, no. 3, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 95 pages; DF 1195-4; 1966

Box 72; Folder 3; Item 072-010; criminology; Kriminologie: Leitfaden fur Kriminalbeamte; Five sections of a manual for officials regarding various topics/issues in criminology. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Niggemeyer, B., H. Gallus, and H. -J. Hoeveler; 40.00-49.09, no. 1-3, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 404 pages; DF 1195-5; 1967

Box 72; Folder 3; Item 072-011; murder; Der politische Mord, ein Beitrag zur historischen Kriminologie; Two chapters on political murders of various countries and their significance in the history of criminology. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Middendorff, Wolf; no. 1, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 224 pages; DF 1195-6; 1968

Box 72; Folder 3; Item 072-012; criminology; Die Kriminalitat in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland; Six parts on criminals and criminology in Germany. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Holle, Rolf; no. 2, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 92 pages; DF 1195-7; 1968

Box 72; Folder 3; Item 072-013; murder; Die kriminalpolizeiliche Todesermittlung; Fifteen sections on police death investigations. In German, Schriftenreihe des Bundeskriminalamtes series.; Fischer, Johann; no. 3, Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden; 120 pages; DF 1195-8; 1968

Series 3) Doepner/Faulds--La Plata Publications:

Box 72; Folder 4; Item 072-014; fingerprints; a: Cual es y Debe ser la Idoneidad del Identificador. Su Prueba Legal en la Reincidencia. Congresos Cientificos.; Fingerprinting and the suitability of the identifier, legal uses, etc. In Spanish.; Vucetich, Juan; La Plata, [Argentina].; 32 pages; DF 449; 1909

Box 72; Folder 4; Item 072-015; police; Union Policial Universal: Sus Bases; Universal Police Union, a thesis presented to "Seccion de Ciencias Juridicas". In Spanish, at top: Congreso Cientifico Internacional Americano, Buenos Aires, July 10-25, 1910.; Almandos, Luis Reyna; La Plata, [Argentina].; 22 pages; DF 814; 1910

Box 72; Folder 5; Item 072-016; identification; The Personal Number and the National Book of Personality; A booklet introducing methods of cataloging identity through means of personality. In English, translated by Ricardo Gumbleton Daunt. At top: Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Biblioteca de la "Revista de Identificacion y Ciencias Penales", no. 22, etc.; Almandos, Luis Reyna; La Plata, Argentina.; 21 pages; DF 1072; 1936/10

Box 72; Folder 5; Item 072-017; fingerprints and footprints; De la Identidad del Nino a la Identidad del Grupo Familiar; A booklet discussing fingerprints, footprints, in relation to heredity. In Spanish, at top: Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Biblioteca de la "Revista de Identificacion y Ciencias Penales", no. 1, etc.; Almandos, Luis Reyna; La Plata, Argentina.; 22 pages; DF 829; 1932/08

Box 72; Folder 5; Item 072-018; identification; La Personalidad Individual; A booklet discussing personality and individuality in identification. Reprinted from "Revista de Identificacion y Ciencias Penales", v. 2, no. 8, Jan-Feb. In Spanish, at top: Universidad Nacional de La Plata.; Vucetich, Juan; La Plata, Argentina.; 30 pages; DF 822; 1929

Box 72; Folder 6; Item 072-019; fingerprints; Documentos para la Historia de la Legislacion ca: Carta al Legislador Adolfo Dickmann (1916); Documents on the history of fingerprint legislation. Reprinted from "Revista de Identificacion y Ciencias Penales", v. 1, no. 6, Sep.-Oct. In Spanish, at top: Universidad Nacional de La Plata.; Vucetich, Juan; La Plata, Argentina.; 20 pages; DF 818; 1929

Box 72; Folder 6; Item 072-020; testimony; La Critica del Testimonio, nota Bibliografica; Critique of testimony, [a] bibliographical note. Reprinted from "Revista de Identificacion y Ciencias Penales", v. 2, no. 7, Nov.-Dec. In Spanish, at top: Universidad Nacional de La Plata.; Thot, Ladislao; La Plata, Argentina.; 20 pages; DF 821; 1929

Box 72; Folder 6; Item 072-021; identification; Registro Nacional de Identificacion; An idea to create a law for an identification register, presented before the congress in Sept. 1932, with additional notes from the author. In Spanish, at top: Universidad Nacional de La Plata.; Palacios, Alfredo L.; La Plata, [Argentina].; 35 pages; DF 830; 1932

Box 72; Folder 6; Item 072-022; Bertillon and Vucetich; Bertillon y Vucetich: Juzgados por la Academia de Ciencias de Paris; A discussion of Alphonse Bertillon and possibly the Argentinean equal, Juan Vucetich. Reprinted from "Revista de Identificacion y Ciencias Penales", v. 1, no. 4, May-June. In Spanish, at top: Universidad Nacional de La Plata.; Almandos, Luis Reyna; La Plata, Argentina.; 34 pages; DF 817; 1928

Box 72; Folder 7; Item 072-023; fingerprints; Caracteres Generales de la Mano y Observaciones Sobre las Manos de Anormales; A booklet discussing fingerprints, and hand characteristics in relation to abnormalities. In Spanish, at top: Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Biblioteca de la "Revista de Identificacion y Ciencias Penales", no. 3, etc.; Herrero, Antonio; La Plata, Argentina.; 22 pages; DF 828; 1932/08

Box 72; Folder 7; Item 072-024; fingerprints; Conferencia Sobre el Sistema co; Conference on the fingerprint system or dactyloscopy. Reprinted from "Revista de Identificacion y Ciencias Penales", v. 2, no. 10, May-June. In Spanish, at top: Universidad Nacional de La Plata.; Vucetich, Juan; La Plata, Argentina.; 55 pages; DF 823; 1929

Box 72; Folder 8; Item 072-025; identification; Cuales eran lose fines del Registro General de Identificacion; A record of the aims of the Department of Identification. Reprinted from "Revista de Identificacion y Ciencias Penales", v. 2, no. 7, Nov-Dec. In Spanish, at top: Universidad Nacional de La Plata.; Vucetich, Juan; La Plata, Argentina.; 16 pages; DF 819; 1929

Box 72; Folder 8; Item 072-026; penitentiary; Le dixieme anniversaire du systeme penitentiaire en Pologne; A discussion on the anniversary of the penitentiary system in Poland. Reprinted from "Revista de Identificacion y Ciencias Penales", v. 2, no. 7, Nov-Dec. In French, at top: Universidad Nacional de La Plata.; Neymark, Edward; La Plata, Argentina.; 30 pages; DF 820; 1929

Box 72; Folder 8; Item 072-027; identification; Ciencia y Derecho de Identidad, su Existencia y Definicion; Science and the right of identity, its existence and definition. Reprinted from "Revista de Identificacion y Ciencias Penales", v. 2, no. 11, June-Aug. In Spanish, at top: Universidad Nacional de La Plata.; Almandos, Luis Reyna; La Plata, Argentina.; 24 pages; DF 825; 1929

Box 73; Folder 1; Item 073-001; fingerprints; Dactiloscopia Comparada, el Nuevo Sistema Argentino; Fingerprint comparison, the new system of Argentina. Presented to the Latin-American Medical Congress, Buenes Aries, April 3-10, 1904. In Spanish.; Vucetich, Juan; La Plata, Argentina.; 114+ pages; DF 447; 1904

Box 73; Folder 2; Item 073-002; identification; Proyecto de ley de registro general de identificacion; Law project and record of documents of the Department of Identification. In Spanish, at top: Universidad Nacional de La Plata.; Vucetich, Juan; La Plata, Argentina.; 272 pages; DF 826; 1929

Box 73; Folder 2; Item 073-003; fingerprints; a Argentina, su Historia e Influencia en la Legislacion; Fingerprints in Argentina and their historical influence on legislation. In Spanish, at top: Contribucion al IV Congreso Cientifico Latino Americano.; Almandos, Luis Reyna; La Plata, [Argentina].; 271 pages; DF 6; 1909

Box 73; Folder 3; Item 073-004; identification; Revista de Identificacion y Ciencias Penales; Whole issue, in Spanish. Magazine of Identification and Sciences.; various authors; a. I, t. I, no. 2, La Plata, Argentina; 117 pages; DF 816; 1928/01-1928/02

Box 73; Folder 3; Item 073-005; identification; Revista de Identificacion y Ciencias Penales; Whole issue, in Spanish. Magazine of Identification and Sciences.; various authors; a. III, t. VI, no. 16, La Plata, Argentina; 179 pages; DF 827; 1930/05-1930/06

Series 3) Doepner/Faulds--Subjects:

Box 74a; Folder 1; Item 074-001; A chart with boxes that connect, giving description of fingerprint patterns, etc. Title on chart: 'Diagrammatic Finger Print Classification Chart' showing steps in arriving at primary in the 'Henry' Ststem [sic]. Copyright by Louis W. Copits, Fingerprint Equipment Laboratory, Chicago.; 1 leaf; DF 928; 1937

Box 74a; Folder 1; Item 074-002; A leaf of instructions from the "University of Applied Science" on how to take fingerprints correctly and a "Kuhne" ink pad (with several pages of ink and paper) for taking them.; 2 items; DF 807; n.d.

Box 74a; Folder 1; Item 074-003; An act "to prohibit certain subversive activities; to amend certain provisions of law with respect to the admission and deportation of aliens; to require the fingerprinting and registration of aliens; and for other purposes." Public no. 670, 76th Congress, chapter 439, 3d session, H.R. 5138.; 12 pages; DF 921; 1940

Box 74a; Folder 1; Item 074-004; A leaf of instructions from the FBI/ director John Edgar Hoover on how to correctly take legible prints and interpret the attached example of a fingerprint data card. Fingerprint card from Oakland CA Police Dept. that is filled out with example suspect's data, including their fingerprints.; 2 leaves; DF 1252; 1954

Box 74a; Folder 2; Item 074-005; A flyer with heading "$25.00 Reward for the apprehension of Lillian Garrett" including fingerprints, body measurements, and her picture. From the Iowa Dept. of Justice, 2000 issued of circular no. 43. On back: information about the IAI 11th annual convention.; 1 leaf; DF 776; 1925/06/01

Box 74a; Folder 2; Item 074-006; Three images from the W. West case, where two men had almost exactly the same name and measurements and only their fingerprints were different. Images: (1) Bertillon cards of both men, (2) fingerprint cards of both men, and (3) a page from Faulds's publication on fingerprints.; 3 leaves; DF 689; 1901-1903

Box 74a; Folder 2; Item 074-007; Different versions of a congress report. "Establish of a Division of Identification and Information" 71st Congress, 2d session, report no. 85, "Mr. Graham" submitted the report. Enclosed envelope addressed from congress to Doepner.; 3 leaves; DF 441; 1929/04/17, 1929/12/20

Box 74a; Folder 2; Item 074-008; Flyers from the IAI offering a reward of $100 for the "arrest and conviction of any person or persons who shall feloniously kill any active member" and is signed by current officers.; 2 leaves; DF 599; n.d.

Box 74a; Folder 3; Item 074-009; A package of documents from the US Senate regarding fingerprints. Enclosed: an envelope addressed to Doepner, and a response card from Sn. Eugene J. McCarthy. Three letters: (1) a copy from Doepner to Edward J. Thye regarding obtaining congress information on fingerprinting to develop a speech for the IAI, (2 and 3) from Thye to Doepner regarding the enclosed copies of bills. Enclosed copies of H. R. bills 9149, 8950 (both 85th congress, 1st s.), 710, 601 (both 79th congress, 1st s.), 6256, 6258, 3157 (3 from 77th congress, 1s.) Enclosed copies of Senate bills 2704 (85th, 1st s.) and 1191 (78th, 1st s.); 33 leaves; DF 1250; 1941, 1943, 1945, 1957, 1958

Box 74a; Folder 4; Item 074-010a; An appeal involving palm print evidence and the print interpreter's qualifications for "The People of the State of New York vs. Robert W. Barnes", State of NY, Supreme Court, Appellate Division, 4th Dept., argued by Thomas L. Newton, Buffalo.; 79 pages; DF 1048; n.d.

Box 74a; Folder 4; Item 074-010b; War Department Circular no. 44, discussing identification, fingerprints, and photographs. Pull out charts in back, J. Franklin Bell and Henry P. McCain are officials listed.; 12 pages; DF 434; 1906/08/06

Box 74a; Folder 4; Item 074-010c; Student Fingerprinting in Maine. Instructions, example notification cards, sample student indexing cards, laws, etc. regarding the procedure of registering by fingerprint (and other identification) all school students in the state of Maine. Shepard, Leon P. Maine State Bureau of Identification; 22 pages, 3 inserted leaves; DF 1010; 1943

Box 74a; Folder 4; Item 074-011a; A copy of "Digest of Opinions of Motor Vehicle Commissioners of the Various States as to the Advisability of Fingerprinting Motor Vehicle, Truck and Taxicab Drivers" prepared by Wm. E. Hannan, the Legislative Reference Librarian of NY State Library.; 12 pages; DF 1014; 1937/02

Box 74a; Folder 4; Item 074-011b; A copy of a summary and citations of active states involved with "Universal Fingerprinting" by E. A. Banks from the Library of Congress Legislative Service, as listed on the letterhead.; 3 pages; DF 1002; 1935/02/23

Box 74a; Folder 5; Item 074-012; A typewritten copy, "Proposed Bill for the Creating and Maintaining of a State Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation" with no origins listed.; 3 pages; DF 742; n.d.

Box 74a; Folder 5; Item 074-013; Partial transcript of testimony regarding fingerprints, "The State of Wisconsin vs. Thomas E. Gannon", State of Wis., Circuit Court, Polk County.; 20 pages; DF 1049; 1944

Box 74a; Folder 5; Item 074-014; A copy of the Charter of "Waggener Finger Print Corporation of America" from p. 139 of record Misc. M, of the State of Tennessee Dept. of Agriculture and Commerce, signed Joe G. Carr.; 5 pages; DF 883; 1935, 1941

Box 74a; Folder 6; Item 074-015; A copy of the "Articles of Incorporation of Personal Identification Bureau of America, Inc." and a letter to Doepner from Paul Peek, Secretary of the State of CA, and his Certification Assistant, W. C. Stutler regarding the corporation's status, whereabouts, and contact information.; 7 pages; DF 895; 1932, 1941

Box 74a; Folder 6; Item 074-016; A copy of the "Certificate of Incorporation" in the State of NY for the "International Society for Personal Identification, Inc."; 4 pages; DF 882; 1919

Box 74a; Folder 6; Item 074-017; A copy of the "Certificate of Incorporation of the National Fingerprint and Identification Bureau, Inc." for the State of NY, for which James O'Connell claims responsibility. Company is "pursuant to Article Two of the Stock Corporation Law."; 4 pages; DF 881; 1935/01/19

Box 74a; Folder 7; Item 074-018; A copy of the evidence and the four expert testimonies of the Supreme Court of Illinois from the trial of Thomas Jennings, the first person to be convicted of murder in the US based on fingerprint evidence. Enclosed by archives: 2007 additional information.; 45+ pages; DF 1068; 1911

Box 74a; Folder 8; Item 074-019; A short list of issues of the periodical "FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin", possibly ones owned.; 1 page; DF 1130; 1935-1941

Box 74a; Folder 8; Item 074-020; Typewritten copy of testimony, The State of Illinois vs. William Heirens, Criminal Court, Cook County, Indictment no. 46-1593 and 46-1594 before the judge Harold G. Ward.; 16 pages; DF 1121; 1946/09

Box 74a; Folder 8; Item 074-021a; A copy of the "Certificate of Incorporation of the American Identification Society, Inc." for the State of NY. Company is "pursuant to the Membership Corporations Law."; 4 pages; DF 896; 1938/02

Box 74a; Folder 8; Item 074-021b; A wallet-card sized certificate from the IAI naming Henry Faulds an honorary member. Enclosed: mailing envelope.; 2 leaves; DF 608; 1925

Box 74a; Folder 9; Miscellaneous (Papers found loose or without accompanied materials from throughout the D/F collection. Clippings, notecards, handwritten notes, flyers, and torn out pages.; 23 items; DF n.a.); n.d.

Box 74a; Folder 10; Miscellaneous (Empty D/F folders with D/F numbers or the Doepner library plate, but no materials inside.; 9 items; DF n.a.); n.d.

Series 3) Doepner/Faulds--Photographs:

Box 74a; Folder 11; Item 074-022; Different methods of identification cards, including one on the back of a picture. French description on back, various dates of the 1920s on cards. Small items. Found together with photograph items [74-19] through [74-23]; 5 leaves; DF 506; n.d.

Box 74a; Folder 11; Item 074-023; Pictures of different filing offices and cabinets, such as full fingerprint profiles, criminal cards, single finger print system, photography office, etc. French descriptions on back. Average photo- sized items. Found together with photograph items [74-19] through [74-23]; 5 items; DF 506; n.d.

Box 74a; Folder 11; Item 074-024; Envelope from the Ministere de la Justice to Doepner and 2 fingerprint identification cards (one for men, other for women) from France, dated 1923. Found together with photograph items [74-19] through [74-23]; 4 leaves; DF 506; n.d.

Box 74a; Folder 11; Item 074-025; Pictures of fingerprint filing cabinets, the fingerprint bureau (5 men pictured), and the photography office. French descriptions on back. 9x7" size items. Found together with photograph items [74-19] through [74-23]; 4 items; DF 506;

Box 74a; Folder 11; Item 074-026; Pictures of fingerprinting stations, methods of taking fingerprints, and methods of reading them. Appears to be photographs of a fingerprint manual. French captions. 9x7" size items. Found together with photograph items [74-19] through [74-23]; 7 items; DF 506; n.d.

Box 74b; Folder 12; Item 074-027; A picture in a frame, 3x4 size, of 4 thumbprints (labeled 2 men, 2 women) from Dr. Faulds.; 1 item; DF 693; n.d.

Box 74b; Folder 12; Item 074-028; A 7x9 sized notebook, from Dr. Faulds, filled with mostly 3x4 sized pictures of primates/other animals, clippings, handwritten notes on evolution, etc. Many photos copyrighted by W. S. Berridge. Loose materials, as some glued pictures are falling out--over 25 individual photos within pages.; 25+ pages; DF 632; n.d.

Box 74b; Folder 12; Item 074-029; A 7x9 sized notebook, from Dr. Faulds, filled with various sized pictures of aborigines of multiple countries/islands and of primates as well as (fragile) clippings, handwritten notes, etc. Many photos copyrighted by Kerry & Co. Photo, Sydney. Loose materials, as some glued pictures are falling out--14 individual photos within pages.; 25+ pages; DF 632; n.d.

Box 74b; Folder 13; Bertillon cards ( Six include photos with measurements filled in, six are filled out without photos, and 1 loose photo exists. From Minnesota and New York.; 13 items; DF n.a.); 1904-1916

Box 74b; Folder 14; Bertillon cards (All cards include photos with measurements filled in. From Minnesota and New York.; 8 items; DF n.a.); 1904-1916

Box 74b; Folder 15; Item 074-030; Picture of unknown man in what appears to be a casket, glued to a 3.5x5.5 criminal identification card of St. Louis, MO.; 1 item; DF n.a.; n.d.

Box 74b; Folder 15; Item 074-031; Formal 5x7 picture by "Bennett" of Pontiac, Ill, of an unknown young man. Nothing on back. Appears to be the same man, only younger, (or a twin) of item [74-29]; 1 item; DF n.a.; n.d.

Box 74b; Folder 15; Item 074-032; Formal 5x7 picture by "Bennett and Tate" of Pontiac, Ill, of an unknown young man. Nothing on back. Appears to be the same man, only older, (or a twin) of item [74-28]; 1 item; DF n.a.; n.d.

Box 74b; Folder 15; Item 074-033; A photo of the twins, Lamont and Aldew (?) Hatch, 5x7 sized.; 1 item; DF n.a.; n.d.

Box 74b; Folder 15; Item 074-034; An 8x10 photo of an unknown man in a suit and glasses with "Etching, Coleman" written in bottom corner that was poorly glued to (ruined) another photo of 4 unknown people (appears to be a family portrait) with what looks like "Gerloff" (etc) written backwards across the top.; 2 items; DF n.a.; n.d.

Box 74b; Folder 15; Item 074-035; Partial poster picture of Doepner, "Vote for Herman J. Doepner" at top, union stamp for St. Paul, Minn., cut off at bottom.; 2 items; DF n.a.; n.d.

Box 74b; Folder 15; Item 074-036; Complete poster picture of Doepner that is pieced together, at top: "Vote for Herman J. Doepner", in middle: Doepner's photo and a union stamp for St. Paul, Minn., line 1 at bottom: "Abstract Clerk, 25 years experience, World War Veteran, Legionaire", line 2 at bottom: "Prepared and issued for and by Herman J. Doepner, 640 W. Minnehaha St., Seven Corners Printing Co. (with logo)".; 4 items; DF n.a.; n.d.

Box 74b; Folder 16; Item 074-037; Photo of Dr. Henry Faulds on a 3x4 cardboard plaque, which has Japanese writing on the back, as well as English: "S. Suzuki photographer, Kudanzaka Tokio and Honchodori, Yokohama, Japan" and "Dr. Faulds" handwritten. Found together with photograph items [74-37] through [74-42]; 1 item; DF 773; n.d.

Box 74b; Folder 16; Item 074-038; Photo of Mrs. Faulds on a 3x4 cardboard plaque, which has Japanese writing on the back, as well as English: "S. Suzuki photographer, Kudanzaka Tokio and Honchodori, Yokohama, Japan" and "Mrs. Faulds" handwritten. Found together with photograph items [74-37] through [74-42]; 1 item; DF 773; n.d.

Box 74b; Folder 16; Item 074-039; Photo of Dr. Faulds outside of a building with the group of Japanese that could be his medical staff, on a 3x4 cardboard plaque, which has Japanese writing on the back, as well as English: "S. Icheda, Kobe, Japan" and "Kobe Hospital" (and other illegible text) that's handwritten. Found together with photograph items [74-37] through [74-42]; 1 item; DF 773; n.d.

Box 74b; Folder 16; Item 074-040; Photo of Sir William Herschel at age 80, on a 4x7 cardboard plaque, handwriting on back, crossed-out: "Return to Miss W. Hardcastle, Hawkhurst", not-crossed: "an amateur photograph, time-exposure, taken out of doors." Found together with photograph items [74-37] through [74-42]; 1 item; DF 773; 1913

Box 74b; Folder 16; Item 074-041; Photo of Francis Galton, on a 5x9 page from a book. Found together with photograph items [74-37] through [74-42]; 1 item; DF 773; n.d.

Box 74b; Folder 16; Item 074-042; An envelope that has the DF number, Dr. Faulds library indication, and handwritten vague description of contents, which are photograph items [74-37] through [74-42]; 1 item; DF 773; n.d.

Box 74b; Folder 17; Item 074-043; A 3x4.5 photo of 4 unknown people outside of what looks like a church or government building, 2 females, 2 males. Handwritten date on back.; 1 item; DF n.a.; 1935/09/21

Box 74b; Folder 17; Item 074-044; Photo of Dr. Henry Faulds on a 3x4 cardboard plaque, which has Japanese writing on the back, as well as English: "S. Suzuki photographer, Kudanzaka Tokio and Honchodori, Yokohama, Japan" and folder includes small envelope photo was inside. Copy 2, see [64-37]; 1 item; DF 94; n.d.

Box 74b; Folder 17; Item 074-045; Photo of "Skin of the wrist", noted from Dr. Faulds, on a 3.5x5.5 piece of cardboard, which has handwritten and arrows drawn: "Note well the fine lines across the skin, White spaces are veins, curved white lines are tiny hairs" in the margins and below the picture "Leslie Dunson White" is written.; 1 item; DF 649; n.d.

Box 74b; Folder 17; Item 074-046; Photo of "4 fingers of one hand", noted from Dr. Faulds, in a 4.5x5.5 cardboard frame, and has handwritten on the back: "Leslie Dunson White."; 1 item; DF 584; n.d.

Series 4) Forensic Identification Reference Material (FIRM):

Box 75; Folder 1; Item 075-001; Items 1-4, Early Publications; criminology; Scientific Methods of Crime Detection in the Judicial Process; A discussion of various topics such as laboratory technicians, photography, document examinations, footprints, microscopy, etc. "Reprinted" from George Washington Law Review, 11/1935, stated within.; Hoover, John Edgar; FBI, U. S. Dept. of Justice, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington; 10 pages.; 1938/05/15

Box 75; Folder 1; Item 075-002; Items 1-4, Early Publications; handwriting; A Bibliography on Handwriting; Originally meant for teachers of handwriting, this is a condensed compliation bibliography.; Ryan, Michael J.; Philadelphia, PA; 23 pages.; 1930/01

Box 75; Folder 1; Item 075-003; Items 1-4, Early Publications; firearms; Firearms Identification; How to properly care for and identify firearms evidence, including a glossary and summary of court cases where said type of evidence was used.; Hoover, J. Edgar; FBI, U. S. Dept. of Justice, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington; 33 pages.; 1941

Box 75; Folder 1; Item 075-004; Items 1-4, Early Publications; microscopy; The Conclusive Link is Forensic Ballistics; A catalog of microscopes, lamps, and other lab items. Enclosed inside: flyers for other accessories and a list of the manufacturer's geographical users.; author n.a.; Spencer Lens Company, Buffalo, NY; 28 pages.; 1934

Box 75; Folder 2; Item 075-005; Items 5-7, Early Publications; fingerprints; History of Identification in the United States; A compilation of the history of using fingerprints, including names such as Cooke, Galton, Faulds, Herschel, Henry, Purkinje, Mairs, Renoe, etc. A photocopy, see also 020-008.; Myers, Harry J.; Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, IL; 16 pages.; 1941

Box 75; Folder 2; Item 075-006; Items 5-7, Early Publications; identification; Report of California State Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation; "For the biennial period ending June 30, 1922" and includes the law creating the bureau and statistical charts.; author n.a.; California State Printing Office, Sacramento; 48 pages.; 1923

Box 75; Folder 2; Item 075-007; Items 5-7, Early Publications; Bureau of Investigation; The Federal Bureau of Investigation, United States Department of Justice; History, charts, pictures, descriptions of processes, etc. about the FBI department.; Hoover, J. Edgar; Washington; 25 pages.; n.d.

Box 75; Folder 3; Item 075-008; Items 8-15, Early Publications; laboratory evidence; The Police Laboratory; Describes the materials and setup for creating and operating an evidence analysis laboratory. "Reprint from the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin" stated inside.; Hoover, John Edgar; FBI, U. S. Dept. of Justice, Washington; 12 pages.; 1945

Box 75; Folder 3; Item 075-009; Items 8-15, Early Publications; laboratory evidence; Laboratory Field Manual of the Technical Laboratory of the Missouri State Highway Patrol; Discusses physical evidence processing of blood, firearms, fingerprints, etc.; Davis, John E.; Missouri; 40 pages.; 1943

Box 75; Folder 3; Item 075-010; Items 8-15, Early Publications; sciences; Measurement of Extreme Ultra-Violet Solar Radiation by a Filter Method; Quantitative measurements are given to wave lengths less than 313 millimicrons. "Research Paper No. 318, Reprint from Bureau of Standards Journal of Research, v. 6" stated on cover, p. 951-976.; Coblentz, W. W. and R. Stair; U. S. Dept. of Commerce, Washington; 28 pages.; 1931/06

Box 75; Folder 3; Item 075-011; Items 8-15, Early Publications; sciences; The Spectral Erythemic Reaction of the Untanned Human Skin to Ultra-Violet Radiation; Reaction of 3 people exposed to equal amounts of homogeneous radiation of various wave lengths. "Research Paper No. 433, Reprint from Bureau of Standards Journal of Research, v. 8" stated on cover, p. 541-547.; Coblentz, W. W., R. Stair, and J.M. Hogue; U. S. Dept. of Commerce, Washington; 8 pages.; 1932/04

Box 75; Folder 3; Item 075-012; Items 8-15, Early Publications; sciences; A Study of Purified Wood Fibers as a Paper-Making Material; Investigation of fibers from the standpoint of chemical purity, color, durability, and permanence as compared with other paper fibers. "Research Paper No. 107, Reprint from Bureau of Standards Journal of Research, v. 3" stated on cover, p. 469-506.; Rasch, Royal H.; U. S. Dept. of Commerce, Washington; 41 pages.; 1929/09

Box 75; Folder 3; Item 075-013; Items 8-15, Early Publications; sciences; Solvents, Products of Commercial Solvents Corporation; The company's offered chemicals and their physical properties. Chemicals of the company are made from corn.; author n.a.; New York; 36 pages.; 1933/07

Box 75; Folder 3; Item 075-014; Items 8-15, Early Publications; catalog; The Perfect Inspector Complete Outfit for Finger Prints and Police Photography; A product advertising pamphlet with testimonials. See also items 020-024 and 022-004; author n.a.; The Perfect Inspector Co., Inc., Lowell, MA; 14 pages.; 1929

Box 75; Folder 3; Item 075-015; Items 8-15, Early Publications; catalog; Identification Bureau Equipment; A list of products and their uses, with pictures. Enclosed: a fingerprint card for photocoping, a small product flyer, and a letter from Pat Wertheim to Robert Sorensen about the item's donation dated 1998.; author n.a.; International Police Research Bureau, Detroit; 32 pages.; 1937/01

Box 75; Folder 4; Item 075-016; Items 16-21, Early Publications; fingerprints; Finger Print Clues; Booklet of organized notes to help investigators with fingerprints at crime scenes--processing prints, packing evidence, etc. with illustrations. Revised edition, see 1925 edition at 021-002.; Collins, Charles S.; His Majesty's Stationery Office, London; 25 pages.; 1930

Box 75; Folder 4; Item 075-017; Items 16-21, Early Publications; fingerprints; Finger Print Clues; Booklet of organized notes to help investigators with fingerprints at crime scenes--processing prints, packing evidence, etc. with illustrations. Revised edition, see 1925 edition at 021-002, copy 2.; Collins, Charles S.; His Majesty's Stationery Office, London; 25 pages.; 1930

Box 75; Folder 4; Item 075-018; Items 16-21, Early Publications; fingerprints; The Science of Fingerprinting; Volume 1, lessons 1-5, origins, methods, patterns, arches, and loops. See v. 3 at 038-016.; Waggener, Paul N.; Waggener Fingerprint Corporation of America, Memphis, TN; 38 pages.; 1941

Box 75; Folder 4; Item 075-019; Items 16-21, Early Publications; fingerprints; Finger Prints for Commercial and Personal Identification; A pamphlet on the importance of fingerprinting, including example records, news articles, brief history, etc. See also item 021-017.; Murphy, Edward H. and James E.; International Title Recording and Identification Bureau, Detroit, MI; 16 pages.; 1922

Box 75; Folder 4; Item 075-020; Items 16-21, Early Publications; fingerprints; Dunn's Indicating System; A "plan to change" the Henry System of reading fingerprints as well as filing of prints in the lettered group.; Dunn, Patrick J.; no pub info; 14 pages.; 1943

Box 75; Folder 4; Item 075-021; Items 16-21, Early Publications; fingerprints; Student Fingerprinting in Maine; Instructions, example notification cards, sample student indexing cards, laws, etc. regarding the procedure of registering by fingerprint (and other identification) all school students in the state of Maine. See also item 074-010c.; Shepard, Leon P.; Maine State Bureau of Identification; 22 pages, 3 inserted leaves.; 1943

Box 75; Folder 5; Item 075-022; Items 22-29, Early Publications; fingerprints; How to Take Fingerprints; Instructions, charts, pictures, and methods of taking fingerprints.; National Division of Identification and Information; U. S. Dept. of Justice, Government Printing Office, Washington; 10 pages.; 1930

Box 75; Folder 5; Item 075-023; Items 22-29, Early Publications; fingerprints; How to Take Fingerprints; Instructions, charts, pictures, and methods of taking fingerprints. Includes article on civil identification, and an enclosed photo of fingerprints with descriptive handwriting on the back.; author n.a.; FBI, U. S. Dept. of Justice, Government Printing Office, Washington; 10 pages.; 1935

Box 75; Folder 5; Item 075-024; Items 22-29, Early Publications; fingerprints; How to Take Fingerprints; Instructions, charts, pictures, and methods of taking fingerprints. Includes article on civil identification, c. 2.; author n.a.; FBI, U. S. Dept. of Justice, Government Printing Office, Washington; 10 pages.; 1935

Box 75; Folder 5; Item 075-025; Items 22-29, Early Publications; fingerprints; How to Take Fingerprints; Instructions, charts, pictures, and methods of taking fingerprints.; U. S. Bureau of Investigation; U. S. Dept. of Justice, Government Printing Office, Washington; 10 pages.; 1933

Box 75; Folder 5; Item 075-026; Items 22-29, Early Publications; fingerprints; How to Take Fingerprints; Instructions, charts, pictures, and methods of taking fingerprints.; Bureau of Investigation; U. S. Dept. of Justice, Government Printing Office, Washington; 10 pages.; 1931

Box 75; Folder 5; Item 075-027; Items 22-29, Early Publications; fingerprints; How to Obtain Good Fingerprints; A pamphlet of instructions with illustrations and photos on how to take fingerprints well. See also item 022-006.; author n.a.; Navy Department, Government Printing Office, Washington, reprint of fourth edition; 19 pages.; 1942

Box 75; Folder 5; Item 075-028; Items 22-29, Early Publications; fingerprints; How to Obtain Good Fingerprints; A pamphlet (made hardback) of instructions with illustrations and photos on how to take fingerprints well. See also items 022-006 and 075-027.; Blue, Victor; Navy Department, Government Printing Office, Washington; 20 pages.; 1915/12/04

Box 75; Folder 5; Item 075-029; Items 22-29, Early Publications; fingerprints; Instructions in the Method of Taking Finger Prints With a Memorandum on the Working of the Finger Print System of Identification; A pamphlet with photos and instructions on the correct method of taking fingerprints from the Registry of Criminals, New Scotland Yard. See also items 021-032, 021-033, and 021-34.; author n.a.; His Majesty's Stationery Office, London; 18 pages.; 1932

Box 75; Folder 6; Item 075-030; Items 30-32, Early Publications; fingerprints; Finger Print Evidence; A pamphlet of criminal cases where fingerprints were used as evidence, in India, U. S. military, civilians, etc. See also items 021-008 and 022-003; Taylor, J. H.; U. S. Navy Recruiting Bureau, New York; 28 pages.; n.d.

Box 75; Folder 6; Item 075-031; Items 30-32, Early Publications; fingerprints; Finger-Print Evidence; A pamphlet of criminal cases where fingerprints were used as evidence, in India, U. S. military, civilians, etc. c. 2, reprint of 1920 edition, see also items 021-008 and 022-003; Taylor, J. H.; U. S. Navy Recruiting Bureau, New York; 23 pages.; 1922

Box 75; Folder 6; Item 075-032; Items 30-32, Early Publications; fingerprints; Testimony Concerning Introduction of Latent Fingerprint Evidence; Transcription of court case regarding the use of fingerprints as evidence. Enclosed: criminal fingerprint card and a letter to Max Schmidt, 1937.; Hoover, John Edgar; Federal Bureau of Investigation, U. S. Dept. of Justice, Washington, D. C.; 12 pages.; 1936/03/15

Box 75; Folder 7; Item 075-033; Items 33-38, Early Publications; fingerprints; Fingerprints; Fingerprinting living and deceased individuals, latent prints, court decisions, etc. Enclosed: a fingerprint card example and a misc. receipt. See also items 020-002 and 021-006.; Hoover, J. Edgar; Division of Investigation, U. S. Dept. of Justice, Government Printing Office, Washington; 28 pages.; 1934

Box 75; Folder 7; Item 075-034; Items 33-38, Early Publications; fingerprints; Fingerprints; Fingerprinting living and deceased individuals, latent prints, court decisions, etc. c. 2. See also items 020-002 and 021-006.; Hoover, J. Edgar; Division of Investigation, U. S. Dept. of Justice, Government Printing Office, Washington; 28 pages.; 1934

Box 75; Folder 7; Item 075-035; Items 33-38, Early Publications; fingerprints; Fingerprints; Fingerprinting living and deceased individuals, latent prints, court decisions, etc. See also items 020-002, 021-006, 075-033.; Hoover, J. Edgar; Federal Bureau of Investigation, U. S. Dept. of Justice, Government Printing Office, Washington; 30 pages.; 1937

Box 75; Folder 7; Item 075-036; Items 33-38, Early Publications; fingerprints; Fingerprints; Fingerprinting living and deceased individuals, latent prints, court decisions, etc. c. 2. See also items 020-002, 021-006, 075-033.; Hoover, J. Edgar; Federal Bureau of Investigation, U. S. Dept. of Justice, Government Printing Office, Washington; 30 pages.; 1937

Box 75; Folder 7; Item 075-037; Items 33-38, Early Publications; fingerprints; Fingerprints; Fingerprinting living and deceased individuals, latent prints, court decisions, etc. See also items 020-002, 021-006, 075-033, 075-035.; Hoover, J. Edgar; Federal Bureau of Investigation, U. S. Dept. of Justice, Government Printing Office, Washington; 33 pages.; 1939/08

Box 75; Folder 7; Item 075-038; Items 33-38, Early Publications; fingerprints; Fingerprints; Fingerprinting living and deceased individuals, latent prints, court decisions, etc. c. 2. See also items 020-002, 021-006, 075-033, 075-035.; Hoover, J. Edgar; Federal Bureau of Investigation, U. S. Dept. of Justice, Government Printing Office, Washington; 33 pages.; 1939/08

Box 75; Folder 8; Item 075-039; Items 39-42, Early Publications; detectives; Practical Instructions in Detective Work; Includes description of skills that a detective needs to possess, tips on identification, slang glossary, index of agencies, etc. 2nd ed.; author n.a.; National Detective System, Freemont, Nebraska; 32 pages.; n.d.

Box 75; Folder 8; Item 075-040; Items 39-42, Early Publications; detectives; Text Book and Detective Encyclopedia; A home-study instruction correspondence series. Parts 1-3, lessons 1-16. Topics and how-tos pertaining to criminology.; author n.a.; National Detective System, Freemont, Nebraska; 116 pages.; 1934

Box 75; Folder 8; Item 075-041; Items 39-42, Early Publications; detectives; The Detective Instructor; A booklet of questions and answers that could be asked on the examination for detectives, as well as a glossary of legal phrases.; O'Sullivan, F. Dalton; O'Sullivan Publishing Co., Chicago; 59 pages.; 1925

Box 75; Folder 8; Item 075-042; Items 39-42, Early Publications; fingerprints; Finger Print Civil Service Examination Instruction; For candidates in New York City, 250 questions with answers.; Bergen, Harry and John Keeley; University of Applied Science, Chicago; 20 pages.; 1924

Box 76; Folder 1; Item 076-001; Items 1-2, Early Publications; identification; Personal Descriptions: Portrait Parle or Speaking Likeness; A booklet used as a guideline for "the student" to follow during discussion by the instructor on how to describe features. Shows sketches with descriptions and specific vocabulary for facial feature attributes.; Hoover, J. Edgar; Federal Bureau of Investigation, U. S. Dept. of Justice, Washington; 27 pages.; n.d.

Box 76; Folder 1; Item 076-002; Items 1-2, Early Publications; photography; Photography in Crime Detection; A booklet reprint of an article from the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin of March 1940, which was orginially printed in Scientific American, February 1940. Discusses the benefits of photography to criminology. Mentions the W. West case as an example of possible falibility of photos.; Hoover, John Edgar; Federal Bureau of Investigation, U. S. Dept. of Justice, Washington; 29 pages.; n.d.

Box 76; Folder 2; Arson--Investigation Handbooks (4 items.); 1979-1992

Box 76; Folder 3; Autos--Fire Manual (1 item.); 1990

Box 76; Folder 4; Autos--"Guide to Car Opening" (1 item.); 1985

Box 76; Folder 5; Autos--"Theft" (Collection of papers found in a labeled binder, appear to be from Sgt. M. K. Alexander. 1 of 3 folders; multiple items.); n.d.

Box 76; Folder 6; Autos--"Theft" (Collection of papers found in a labeled binder, appear to be from Sgt. M. K. Alexander. 2 of 3 folders; multiple items.); n.d.

Box 76; Folder 7; Autos--"Theft" (Collection of papers found in a labeled binder, appear to be from Sgt. M. K. Alexander. 3 of 3 folders; multiple items.); n.d.

Box 76; Folder 8; Autos--"Traffic Accident Problem" (1 item.); 1958

Box 76; Folder 9; Blood--"Flight Characteristics & Stain Patterns" (2 items.); 1971

Box 76; Folder 10; Blood--"Pattern Analysis" (Lab manual. 1 item.); 1990

Box 76; Folder 11; Chromatography (Articles. 8 items.); 1958-1968

Box 76; Folder 12; Chromatography--"Drug Standards" (1 item.); 1986

Box 76; Folder 13; Chromatography--Ink (Articles. 6 Items.); 1958-1975

Box 76; Folder 14; Chromatography--Ink (Articles. 6 Items.); 1952-1965

Box 77; Folder 1; Chromatography--Ink "test" (Multiple items found together, including charts and handwritten notes.); n.d.

Box 77; Folder 2; Cigarette Butt Identification (by Bob Bourhill, 8th edition. 1of 4 folders. 1 item.); 1987

Box 77; Folder 3; Cigarette Butt Identification (by Bob Bourhill, update for 1987 edition. 2 of 4 folders. 1 item.); 1987

Box 77; Folder 4; Cigarette Butt Identification (by Bob Bourhill, 11th edition. 3 of 4 folders. 1 item.); 1990

Box 77; Folder 5; Cigarette Butt Identification (by Bob Bourhill, 12th edition. 4 of 4 folders. 1 item.); 1991

Box 77; Folder 6; Copiers (Articles. 6 items.); 1966-1988

Box 77; Folder 7; Copiers--"Information on Copiers" (Multiple items found together in a labeled binder, including notecards and articles, on the topic.); n.d.

Box 78; Folder 1; Court/Trial--"Arson Trial" (1 item.); 1981

Box 78; Folder 2; Court/Trial--Cross Examination (Articles. 8 items.); 1944-1988

Box 78; Folder 3; Court/Trial--"Elements Manual" (1 item.); 1983

Box 78; Folder 4; Court/Trial--Evidence (Articles. 10 items.); 1933, 1956-1977

Box 78; Folder 5; Court/Trial--Expert Roles (Articles. 11 items.); 1962-1981

Box 78; Folder 6; Court/Trial--Forensic Scientist (Articles. 5 items.); 1954-1963

Box 78; Folder 7; Court/Trial--Handwriting (Articles. 7 items.); 1958-1968

Box 78; Folder 8; Court/Trial--"Juries, Fingerprints, and Expert..." (1 item.); 1987

Box 78; Folder 9; Court/Trial--Preparation (Articles. 10 items.); 1952-1981

Box 78; Folder 10; Court/Trial--Testimony (Articles. 12 items.); 1957-1990

Box 79; Folder 1; Court/Trial--Trials (Articles. 7 items.); 1965-1967, n.d.

Box 79; Folder 2; Data Processing (Articles. 5 items.); 1977-1980, n.d.

Box 79; Folder 3; Ear Prints/Voice Prints (Articles. 7 items.); 1967-1987

Box 79; Folder 4; Electrostatic Detection Apparatus, ESDA (Multiple items found together in a labeled binder, including articles pertaining to the topic. 1 of 2 folders.); n.d.

Box 79; Folder 5; Electrostatic Detection Apparatus, ESDA (Multiple items found together in a labeled binder, including articles pertaining to the topic. 2 of 2 folders.); n.d.

Box 79; Folder 6; Evidence/CSI--"CSI, Manual for Patrol Officers" (by Gary L. Hoving. 1 item.); 1984

Box 79; Folder 7; Evidence/CSI--"CSI, & Physical Evidence Manual" (by Robert Ogle. 1of 2 folders.); 1992

Box 79; Folder 8; Evidence/CSI--"CSI, & Physical Evidence Manual" (by Robert Ogle. 2 of 2 folders.); 1992

Box 79; Folder 9; Evidence/CSI--"Crime Scene Processing" (Articles found together in a labeled folder. 3 items.); 1990, n.d.

Box 80; Folder 1; Evidence/CSI--"CSS & Physical Evidence" (U. S. Dept. of Justice manuals. 2 items.); 1973

Box 80; Folder 2; Evidence/CSI--"Field Identification" and "Crime Scene Collection Handbook" (Pocket-sized manuals. 2 items.); 1986, 1990

Box 80; Folder 3; Evidence/CSI--"Forensic Evidence & the Police" (U. S. Dept. of Justice. 1 item.); 1984

Box 80; Folder 4; Evidence/CSI--"Homicide Events Reconstruction Guide" (by Wayne N. Hill, Sr. 1 item.); 1990

Box 80; Folder 5; Evidence/CSI--"Major Criminal Investigations Packet" (Criminal Investigations Institute, Inc. 1 item.); 1985

Box 80; Folder 6; Evidence/CSI--"Physical Evidence" and "Trace Metal Detection Technique" (U. S. Dept. of Justice. 2 items.); 1970, 1972

Box 80; Folder 7; Evidence/CSI--"Physical Evidence Handbook" (Wisconsin Dept. of Justice. Different texts/editions. 2 items.); 1987, 1993

Box 80; Folder 8; Evidence/CSI--"Pocket Guide for CSI" (by John B. Lurvey and J. I. Galan. 2 items.); 1978

Box 81; Folder 1; Evidence/CSI--"Processing" (Materials, including articles, found together in a partially filled, labeled binder.); n.d.

Box 81; Folder 2; Evidence/CSI--"Recovery of Human Remains" (by Hayden B. Baldwin. 1970s possible publication date. 1 item.); n.d.

Box 81; Folder 3; Fingerprinting (Articles. 9 items.); 1934, 1951, n.d.

Box 81; Folder 4; Fingerprinting (Articles and a pamphlet. 7 items.); 1935, 1964, n.d.

Box 81; Folder 5; Fingerprinting (Articles and a booklet. 5 items.); 1996, n.d.

Box 81; Folder 6; Fingerprinting--"AFIS in the News" (A bound collection of various news articles on the topic. 1 item.); 1987-1991

Box 82; Folder 1; Fingerprinting--"Basic Latent Print Development" (by James P. Mock, multiple editions. 3 items.); 1989, 1993

Box 82; Folder 2; Fingerprinting--Berry Manuscript (Submission from John Berry to Michael Carrick, a promised article.); 1984

Box 82; Folder 3; Fingerprinting--Boy Scouts booklet (Badge books for the organization. 2 items.); 1964, 1987

Box 82; Folder 4; Fingerprinting--Carrick binder (Collection of papers/articles from a small, labeled binder.); 1982-1983

Box 82; Folder 5; Fingerprinting--"Development Techniques" (A manual from the Scientific Research and Development Branch, London. 1 of 4 folders.); 1986

Box 82; Folder 6; Fingerprinting--"Development Techniques" (A manual from the Scientific Research and Development Branch, London. 2 of 4 folders.); 1986

Box 82; Folder 7; Fingerprinting--"Development Techniques" (Manual Appendix II. Scientific Research and Development Branch, London. 3 of 4 folders.); 1992

Box 82; Folder 8; Fingerprinting--"Development Techniques" (Manual Appendix II. Scientific Research and Development Branch, London. 4 of 4 folders.); 1992

Box 82; Folder 9; Fingerprinting--Duraprint Ads & Articles (Multiple items from the company.); n.d.

Box 83; Folder 1; Fingerprinting--"FBI Advanced Latent School" (Workbook. U. S. Dept. of Justice. 1 item.); 1986

Box 83; Folder 2; Fingerprinting--"Fingerprints" boxed booklets (Canadian Mounted Police. "Henry System", "Pattern Types", Filing Sequence", "Single Fingerprint System", and "General". 1 of 2 folders. 5 items.); n.d.

Box 83; Folder 3; Fingerprinting--"Fingerprints" boxed booklets (Canadian Mounted Police. "Henry System", "Pattern Types", Filing Sequence", "Single Fingerprint System", and "General". 2 of 2 folders. 5 items.); n.d.

Box 83; Folder 4; Fingerprinting--Fiorenza (Multiple articles, notes, news clippings found together in labeled binder.); n.d.

Box 83; Folder 5; Fingerprinting--Fuming/Gluing & Alternatives Articles (21 items.); 1982-1986

Box 84; Folder 1; Fingerprinting--Fuming/Gluing & Alternatives Articles (16 items.); 1983-1984

Box 84; Folder 2; Fingerprinting--Fuming/Gluing & Alternatives Articles (9 items.); 1983, 1996, n.d.

Box 84; Folder 3; Fingerprinting--Fuming/Gluing Kit Information and Ads (Multiple items.); n.d.

Box 84; Folder 4; Fingerprinting--Fuming/Gluing Kit Information and Ads (Multiple items.); n.d.

Box 84; Folder 5; Fingerprinting--"H.I.T." (Palmprint manual, 1 of 2 copies, by Patricia Anne Kolb. 1 item.); 1979

Box 84; Folder 6; Fingerprinting--"H.I.T." (Palmprint manual, 2 of 2 copies, by Patricia Anne Kolb. 1 item.); 1979

Box 84; Folder 7; Fingerprinting--"Hood-Taylor Palm & Fingerprint Code System" (by J. L. Hood and S. C. Taylor of the Shreveport, LA Dept. of Public Safety. 1 item.); 1971

Box 84; Folder 8; Fingerprinting--"Identification" (FBI pamphlets. 2 items.); 1968

Box 84; Folder 9; Fingerprinting--International (Articles and pamphlets. 6 items.); 1958, 1964, n.d.

Box 84; Folder 10; Fingerprinting--"Joe Garcia" Transparencies (Overhead projector, letter-sized transparencies found in a labeled binder. Also contains 3.5 x 4 negatives. Over 20 items.); 1972-1974

Box 84; Folder 11; Fingerprinting--"Joe Garcia" Transparencies (Overhead projector, letter-sized transparencies found in a labeled binder. Over 20 items.); n.d.

Box 85; Folder 1; Fingerprinting--Latents (Articles and pamphlets. 8 items.); 1950-1993

Box 85; Folder 2; Fingerprinting--Latents (Articles and pamphlets. 5 items.); 1946-1984

Box 85; Folder 3; Fingerprinting--Latents (Guide and book. 2 items.); 1983, 1988

Box 85; Folder 4; Fingerprinting--Latents, "Development of Latent Fingerprints" (Printout/ possible draft, of chapter 9 from the book Fingerprints, Law and Technique, by Andre Moenssens and Harold Tuthill.); 1991

Box 85; Folder 5; Fingerprinting--Miscellaneous, General (Multiple loose items from throughout the collection, including a chart, poster, photo, and tracings.); 1975, n.d.

Box 85; Folder 6; Fingerprinting--Miscellaneous, Together #1 (Multiple items found together in an envelope, including hand-drawn professional sketches of product illustrations, and random article pages.); n.d.

Box 85; Folder 7; Fingerprinting--Miscellaneous, Together #2 (Multiple items found together in a folder, including random article pages, typed and photocopied from journals.); 1973, n.d.

Box 85; Folder 8; Fingerprinting--Ninhydrin Latents (Articles. 4 items.); 1963-1970

Box 85; Folder 9; Fingerprinting--Olsen Manuscript (Computer printed pages titled "Bibliography on Fingerprints and Dermatoglyphics" from an envelope, with a letter to Mike Carrick from the author Bob Olsen, regarding the contents.); 1987-1988

Box 85; Folder 10; Fingerprinting--Palms/Feet (Articles and pamphlets. 4 items.); 1965-1975

Box 85; Folder 11; Fingerprinting--Palms/Feet (Articles. 4 items.); 1944-1955, n.d.

Box 85; Folder 12; Fingerprinting--"Practical Fingerprint..."/ Drago (Articles by Anthony J. Drago. 3 items.); 1956-1957

Box 85; Folder 13; Fingerprinting--"Process Selection Charts" (Fingerprint development booklets. 2 items.); 1986

Box 86; Folder 1; Fingerprinting--"Questionable and Interesting" (FBI pamphlets. 5 items.); 1951

Box 86; Folder 2; Fingerprinting--Ridge Skin (Articles and pamphlets. 6 items.); 1964, 1987, n.d.

Box 86; Folder 3; Fingerprinting--Systems (Articles, pamphlets, and a photocopied book. 8 items.); 1956-1988

Box 86; Folder 4; Fingerprinting--Taking Fingerprints (Articles and pamphlets. 6 items.); 1957-1967, n.d.

Box 86; Folder 5; Fingerprinting--"Trinidad and Tobago Police Service Coursework" (A bound copy of articles, guides, and other information compiled by Constable Elcock. 1 item.; 1992

Box 86; Folder 6; Firearms--Murdock Manuscript (A draft for an article by John E. Murdock, along with a letter to John Davis regarding the contents.); 1984

Box 86; Folder 7; Footwear (Articles. 2 items.); 1976, 1986

Box 86; Folder 8; Footwear--"and Tire Tracks" (Multiple segments of a learning course for examiners, written by the IAI, and found organized together in a binder. 1 of 2 folders.); 1993

Box 86; Folder 9; Footwear--"and Tire Tracks" (Multiple segments of a learning course for examiners, written by the IAI, and found organized together in a binder. 2 of 2 folders.); 1993

Box 86; Folder 10; Forensic Science (Articles and a Russian translation of technical terms. 5 items.); 1961-1968, n.d.

Box 87; Folder 1; Forensic Science--"Handbook" (FBI. 1 item.); 1975

Box 87; Folder 2; Forensic Science--"Handbook" (FBI. 1 item.); 1981

Box 87; Folder 3; Forensic Science--"Handbook" (FBI. 1 item.); 1984

Box 87; Folder 4; Forensic Science--"When Science Bears Witness" (U. S. Dept. of Justice. 1 item.); 1984

Box 87; Folder 5; Fraud/Counterfeit--Checks (Articles. 9 items.); 1954-1983

Box 87; Folder 6; Fraud/Counterfeit--Checks (A folder with news and illustrations of changes to government paychecks. 1 item.); 1985

Box 87; Folder 7; Fraud/Counterfeit--Documents (Articles and pamphlets. 12 items.); 1968-1982

Box 87; Folder 8; Fraud/Counterfeit--Elections (Articles. 3 items.); 1934-1953

Box 87; Folder 9; Fraud/Counterfeit--Lottery (Articles. 2 items.); 1947, 1987

Box 87; Folder 10; Fraud/Counterfeit--Money (Articles and a pamphlet. 5 items.); 1966-1982

Box 87; Folder 11; Fraud/Counterfeit--Passports (Articles. 3 items.); 1983, 1988

Box 87; Folder 12; Fraud/Counterfeit--Programs (Articles. 4 items.); 1978, 1982

Box 87; Folder 13; Fraud/Counterfeit--Postal Services (Articles. 4 items.); 1956, 1973, 1988

Box 88; Folder 1; Fraud/Counterfeit--Wills (Articles. 2 items.); 1937

Box 88; Folder 2; Handwriting (Articles, pamphlet, photos. 17 items.); 1965-1988

Box 88; Folder 3; Handwriting--'Abnormal' (Articles, photos. 4 items.); 1963-1966

Box 88; Folder 4; Handwriting--"American Records of 300 years" (by E. Kay Kirkham. The Everton Publishers, Inc. 1 item.); 1973

Box 88; Folder 5; Handwriting--Anonymous (Articles, photos. 7 items.); 1959-1983

Box 88; Folder 6; Handwriting--'Awkward' /Left-handed (Articles. 3 items.); 1961-1975

Box 88; Folder 7; Handwriting--Characteristics (Articles. 5 items.); 1963-1975

Box 88; Folder 8; Handwriting--Disguised (Articles. 7 items.); 1953-1977

Box 88; Folder 9; Handwriting--Forgery (Articles. 13 items.); 1944-1982

Box 88; Folder 10; Handwriting--Graphology (Articles. 4 items.); 1965-1968

Box 88; Folder 11; Handwriting--Identification/ Analysis (Articles. 11 items.); 1963-1985

Box 89; Folder 1; Handwriting--Impairment, Drugs/Alcohol (Articles. 3 items.); 1965-1968

Box 89; Folder 2; Handwriting--Impairment, Illnesses (Articles. 6 items.); 1959-1965

Box 89; Folder 3; Handwriting--Impairment, Physical (Articles. 5 items.); 1965-1968

Box 89; Folder 4; Handwriting--"Index to Foreign Systems" (U. S. Gov. Printing Office. 1 of 2 photocopies of the book.); 1954

Box 89; Folder 5; Handwriting--"Index to Foreign Systems" (U. S. Gov. Printing Office. 2 of 2 photocopies of the book.); 1954

Box 90; Folder 1; Handwriting--Log Books/Diaries (Articles. 2 items.); 1988, n.d.

Box 90; Folder 2; Handwriting--Sequence (Articles. 4 items.); n.d.

Box 90; Folder 3; Handwriting--Signatures/ Initials (Articles. 12 items.); 1953-1983

Box 90; Folder 4; Handwriting--Specialty Groups (Articles. 7 items.); 1960-1988

Box 90; Folder 5; Handwriting--Standards (Articles. 7 items.); 1913, 1941-1965

Box 90; Folder 6; Handwriting--Suicide/ Homicide (Articles. 4 items.); 1960-1983

Box 90; Folder 7; Handwriting--Systems (Articles. 7 items.); 1940, 1982-1988

Box 90; Folder 8; Handwriting--Systems (Articles. 8 items.); 1949-1965

Box 90; Folder 9; Handwriting--"Systems" (Multiple items such as charts and examples of handwriting systems. Found together in labeled binder. 1 of 2 folders.); n.d.

Box 90; Folder 10; Handwriting--"Systems" (Multiple items such as charts and examples of handwriting systems. Found together in labeled binder. 2 of 2 folders.); n.d.

Box 90; Folder 11; Historical Issues/ History (Articles. 3 items.); 1961-1981

Box 91; Folder 1; Historical Issues/ History--"Origins of the New York Bureau of Identification" (Booklet by George E. Pataki and Paul Shechtman. 2 items.); 1996

Box 91; Folder 2; Historical Issues/ History--Police Departments (Pamphlets with the history of the British Police, 3 items.); n.d.

Box 91; Folder 3; Horse Identification (Multiple articles, charts, and photos found in labeled binder.); n.d.

Box 91; Folder 4; Light (Articles and booklets. 8 items.); 1964-1981

Box 91; Folder 5; Light--Fingerprint Detection Using Light (Lasers, fluorescent. Articles and booklets. 4 items.); 1984-1991

Box 91; Folder 6; Light--Infrared (Articles and booklet. 8 items.); 1954-1978

Box 91; Folder 7; Light--"Lasers" (Multiple articles and notes found in labeled binder.); n.d.

Box 91; Folder 8; Light--Microscopes (Articles, pamphlets, booklets. 7 items.; 1952-1968

Box 91; Folder 9; Light--Microscopes (Pamphlets. 3 items.); 1961-1965

Box 91; Folder 10; Light--"Source Techniques" (Multiple sections on the topic found in labeled binder. 1 of 2 copies. 1 of 2 folders.); n.d.

Box 91; Folder 11; Light--"Source Techniques" (Multiple sections on the topic found in labeled binder. 1 of 2 copies. 2 of 2 folders.); n.d.

Box 92; Folder 1; Light--"Source Techniques" (Multiple sections on the topic found in labeled binder. 2 of 2 copies. 1 of 2 folders.); n.d.

Box 92; Folder 2; Light--"Source Techniques" (Multiple sections on the topic found in labeled binder. 2 of 2 copies. 2 of 2 folders.); n.d.

Box 92; Folder 3; Light--UV and X-rays (Articles. 6 items.); 1961-1970

Box 92; Folder 4; Lip Prints (Articles. 7 items.); 1970-1982

Box 92; Folder 5; Miscellaneous (Articles. 4 items.); 1983-1996

Box 92; Folder 6; Miscellaneous--Fiorenza (Multiple identification notes, charts, photos. Found together in labeled folder.); n.d.

Box 92; Folder 7; Neutron Activation Analysis (Articles and pamphlet. 12 items.); 1963-1969

Box 92; Folder 8; Photography (Articles. 10 items.); 1967-1981

Box 92; Folder 9; Photography--Accessories (Multiple pamphlets, advertisements.); n.d.

Box 92; Folder 10; Photography--"Evidence Photographer's Guide" (by James A. McDonald. 1 item.); 1992

Box 92; Folder 11; Photography--"Identification Photography" (Latent Prints. by Robert E. May. 2 items.); n.d.

Box 92; Folder 12; Photography--Kodak (Booklets, articles, newsletters. 9 items.); n.d.

Box 93; Folder 1; Photography--Kodak (Books. 2 items.); 1981, 1988

Box 93; Folder 2; Photography--Kodak, Black and White (Books. 2 items.); 1982, 1984

Box 93; Folder 3; Photography--Kodak, Black and White (Booklets. 2 items.); 1967, 1977

Box 93; Folder 4; Photography--Kodak, Evidence/Police (Booklets. 2 items.); 1964

Box 93; Folder 5; Photography--Kodak, Evidence/Police (Booklets. 2 items.); 1976, 1977

Box 93; Folder 6; Photography--Nikon Productions (Pamphlets/ booklets. 7 items.); n.d.

Box 94; Folder 1; Photography--Overlapping (Articles. 3 items.); 1962, n.d.

Box 94; Folder 2; Photography--"Police Photographer's Guide" (by James A. McDonald. Photo Text Books. 1 item.); 1992

Box 94; Folder 3; Photography--Questioned Documents (Articles. 8 items.); 1959-1966

Box 94; Folder 4; Photography--Questioned Documents (Multiple articles from Camera Craft Magazine by Chauncey M'Govern.); 1922-1925

Box 94; Folder 5; Photography--Tuttle (Multiple pamphlets, articles, and notes by Harris B. Tuttle, consultant of Law Enforcement Photography for Eastman Kodak Co. Found together in folder.); 1964-1966

Box 94; Folder 6; Professional Guidance (Articles and pamphlets on public employees, instructional skill styles, selective notification, secret service responsibilities and functions. 5 items.); 1963-1993

Box 94; Folder 7; Professional Guidance--"Arrest Abbreviations" (Pamphlets from FBI. 2 items.); 1968

Box 94; Folder 8; Professional Guidance--"Basic Procedure in Law Enforcement" (by Walter H. Robinton, third printing/revision. 1 item.); 1956

Box 94; Folder 9; Professional Guidance--"Consumer Law" (Layman's Guide from the Houston Young Lawyers Association. 1 item.); 1976

Box 94; Folder 10; Professional Guidance--"Crime Laboratory Proficiency Testing Research Program" (US Dept. of Justice branch. 1 item.); 1978/10

Box 94; Folder 11; Professional Guidance--"Criminal Science Quizzer" (by A. Lawrence Salottolo. ARCO Civil Service Test Tutor. 1 item.); 1972

Box 94; Folder 12; Professional Guidance--"Drug Testing" (Issues and practices. National Institute of Justice. 1 item.); 1987/05

Box 94; Folder 13; Professional Guidance--"Behavioral Science in Law Enforcement" and "Stress Management" (Supplemental booklets containing reprinted/ photocopied articles. From the FBI to the IAI at the 68th conference, as a "repayment" for their services. 2 items.); 1983

Box 95; Folder 1; Professional Guidance--"Effective Communication" (Multiple pamphlets and articles on said topic, found together in binder.); n.d.

Box 95; Folder 2; Professional Guidance--"Law Enforcement Officer and AIDS" (U. S. Dept. of Justice. 1 item.); 1988

Box 95; Folder 3; Professional Guidance--"Police Baton" training (Training manuals for the PR-24 style baton. One by Robert K. Lindsey, one by Richard R. Starrett.); 1983-1984

Box 95; Folder 4; Professional Guidance--"Psychology" (Textbook, "Guide to Using Introductory..." by Walter M. Vernon. 1 item.); 1976

Box 95; Folder 5; Professional Guidance--"Survival and Weapon Use" (Seminar textbook by Wayne N. Hill, Sr. 1 item.); 1989

Box 95; Folder 6; Professional Guidance--"Technical Terms and Definitions Used with Law Enforcement..." (U. S. Dept. of Justice, Standards Program. 1 item.); 1973

Box 95; Folder 7; Professional Guidance--"Texas Penal Code" (Gould Publications. 1 item.); 1994

Box 95; Folder 8a; Professional Guidance--"Writing for Publication" (IAI, John P. Nielson, ed. 1 item.); 1991

Box 95; Folder 8b; Questioned Documents (Articles and pamphlet. 9 items.); 1963-1983

Box 95; Folder 9; Questioned Documents (Articles and pamphlet. 13 items.); 1941, 1960-1968

Box 95; Folder 10; Questioned Documents--Adhesives (Tape, labels, etc. on Questioned Documents. Articles. 4 items.); 1966-1983

Box 95; Folder 11; Questioned Documents--Biographies (Articles. 3 items.); 1959, 1983

Box 95; Folder 12; Questioned Documents--Charred (Articles. 8 items.); n.d.

Box 96a; Folder 1; Questioned Documents--Computers (Articles. 6 items.); 1976-1988

Box 96a; Folder 2; Questioned Documents--Envelopes/ Paper (Articles and pamphlet. 4 items.); n.d.

Box 96a; Folder 3; Questioned Documents--Envelopes/ Paper (Articles. 11 items.); 1947-1978

Box 96a; Folder 4; Questioned Documents--Ink (Articles. 9 items.); 1977-1985

Box 96b; Folder 5; Questioned Documents--Ink (Articles. 8 items.); 1940-1968

Box 96b; Folder 6; Questioned Documents--Ink (Articles. 7 items.); 1964, 1978, n.d.

Box 96b; Folder 7; Questioned Documents--Obliterated (Articles. 6 items.); 1965-1980

Box 96b; Folder 8; Questioned Documents--Printing Processes (Articles. 4 items.); 1957-1981

Box 96b; Folder 9; Questioned Documents--Examination for the Investigator (by Rick Fahy. Johnson County Sherriff's Office, Kansas. 1 item.); n.d.

Box 96b; Folder 10; Questioned Documents--Writing Instruments (Articles. 5 items.); 1958-1969

Box 97; Folder 1; Questioned Documents--Writing Instruments (Articles. 6 items.); 1957-1985

Box 97; Folder 2; Questioned Documents--Writing Instruments (Articles. 8 items.); 1948-1987

Box 97; Folder 3; Questioned Documents Examiner (QDE)--Practices (Articles. 7 items.); 1962-1983

Box 97; Folder 4; Questioned Documents Examiner (QDE)--Qualifications/Standards (Articles. 6 items.); 1944-1988

Box 97; Folder 5; Questioned Documents Examiner (QDE)--Role/Responsibilities (Articles. 9 items.); 1963-1981

Box 97; Folder 6; Questioned Documents Examiner (QDE)--Training (Articles. 3 items.); 1966

Box 97; Folder 7; Questioned Documents Examiner (QDE)--Training (Articles. 7 items.); 1976, 1984, n.d.

Box 97; Folder 8; Questioned Documents Examiner (QDE)--Training (Articles. 6 items.); 1966-1977

Box 97; Folder 9; Questioned Documents Examiner (QDE)--"Training" (Multiple items found together in labeled binder. Appears to be teaching outline.); n.d.

Box 97; Folder 10; References--Bibliographies (Booklets. FBI Academy periodical holdings and a bib on crime articles. 2 items.); 1940, 1976

Box 97; Folder 11; References--Bibliographies (Articles, clippings, and booklets. 7 items.); n.d.

Box 98; Folder 1; References--Bibliographies (Short articles. 6 items.); 1940-1966

Box 98; Folder 2; References--"Police Research Catalog, 1969-1981" (National Institute of Justice. 1 item.); 1982

Box 98; Folder 3; References--Reviews (Articles. 8 items.); 1956-1985

Box 98; Folder 4; Reports (Pamphlet reports on soviet activity, labor of government employees, and individual privacy. 3 items.); 1957, 1974, 1977

Box 98; Folder 5; Reports--"Crime Laboratories-Three Study Reports" (LEAA Project Report, # 013 #140 #66-3, U. S. Dept. of Justice. 1 item.); 1968

Box 98; Folder 6; Reports--Narcotics ("Factfinding Mission to Colombia and Puerto Rico" a report by the Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control, 96th Congress, 1st session, 96-1-2, House of Representatives. 1 item.); 1979

Box 98; Folder 7; Reports--Writing (Articles on how to write, the process of, qualifications involved, etc. of report writing. 8 items.); 1964-1970

Box 98; Folder 8; "Sole Prints" ("A Reference Guide for Law Enforcement Personnel" by Don A. Myers. First edition. 1 of 2 folders. 1 of 5 copies.); 1982

Box 98; Folder 9; "Sole Prints" ("A Reference Guide for Law Enforcement Personnel" by Don A. Myers. First edition. 2 of 2 folders. 1 of 5 copies.); 1982

Box 98; Folder 10; "Sole Prints" ("A Reference Guide for Law Enforcement Personnel" by Don A. Myers. 1983 revised edition, 1986 printing. 1 of 2 folders. 2 of 5 copies.); 1986

Box 98; Folder 11; "Sole Prints" ("A Reference Guide for Law Enforcement Personnel" by Don A. Myers. 1983 revised edition, 1986 printing. 2 of 2 folders. 2 of 5 copies.); 1986

Box 99; Folder 1; "Sole Prints" ("A Reference Guide for Law Enforcement Personnel" by Don A. Myers. 1983 revised edition, 1986 printing. 1 of 2 folders. 3 of 5 copies.); 1986

Box 99; Folder 2; "Sole Prints" ("A Reference Guide for Law Enforcement Personnel" by Don A. Myers. 1983 revised edition, 1986 printing. 2 of 2 folders. 3 of 5 copies.); 1986

Box 99; Folder 3; "Sole Prints" ("A Reference Guide for Law Enforcement Personnel" by Don A. Myers. 1983 revised edition, 1986 printing. 1 of 2 folders. 4 of 5 copies.); 1986

Box 99; Folder 4; "Sole Prints" ("A Reference Guide for Law Enforcement Personnel" by Don A. Myers. 1983 revised edition, 1986 printing. 2 of 2 folders. 4 of 5 copies.); 1986

Box 99; Folder 5; "Sole Prints" ("A Reference Guide for Law Enforcement Personnel" by Don A. Myers. Revised edition. 1 of 2 folders. 5 of 5 copies.); 1983

Box 99; Folder 6; "Sole Prints" ("A Reference Guide for Law Enforcement Personnel" by Don A. Myers. Revised edition. 2 of 2 folders. 5 of 5 copies.); 1983

Box 99; Folder 7; Typewriters (Articles and pamphlets. 11 items.); 1939-1968

Box 99; Folder 8; Typewriters (Articles and pamphlets. 8 items.); 1952-1977

Box 99; Folder 9; Typewriters--Age/Dating (Articles and pamphlet. 10 items.); 1950-1960

Box 100; Folder 1; Typewriters--Characteristics (Articles. 3 items.); 1963, 1968

Box 100; Folder 2a; Typewriters--Characteristics (Articles. 4 items.); 1968-1969

Box 100; Folder 2b; Typewriters--Classification (Articles. 4 items.);

Box 100; Folder 3; Typewriters--"Domestic T.W. Survey" (by The American Society of Questioned Document Examiners, annual meeting, 1 of 2 copies.); 1963

Box 100; Folder 4; Typewriters--"Domestic T.W. Survey" (by The American Society of Questioned Document Examiners, annual meeting, 2 of 2 copies.); 1963

Box 100; Folder 5; Typewriters--Examination (Articles. 7 items.); 1956-1988

Box 100; Folder 6; Typewriters--"IBM" (Multiple examples of fonts from IBM typewriters. Found together in labeled binder. 1 of 2 folders.); 1948

Box 100; Folder 7; Typewriters--"IBM" (Multiple examples of fonts from IBM typewriters. Found together in labeled binder. 2 of 2 folders.); 1949-1968

Box 100; Folder 8; Typewriters--Identification (Articles. 8 items.); 1958-1983

Box 100; Folder 9; Typewriters--Identification (Articles. 6 items.); 1957-1963

Box 100; Folder 10; Typewriters--"Royal Standards" (Multiple examples of fonts. Found together in labeled binder. 1 of 4 folders.); n.d.

Box 100; Folder 11; Typewriters--"Royal Standards" (Multiple examples of fonts. Found together in labeled binder. 2 of 4 folders.); n.d.

Box 100; Folder 12; Typewriters--"Royal Standards" (Multiple examples of fonts. Found together in labeled binder. 3 of 4 folders.); n.d.

Box 100; Folder 13; Typewriters--"Royal Standards" (Examples of fonts and pamphlets for the Royal brand typewriter. Found together in labeled binder. 4 items. 4 of 4 folders.); n.d.

Box 100; Folder 14; Typewriters--"Standards" (Examples of fonts, articles, and pamphlets. Found together in labeled binder. 1 of 2 folders.); 1952-1961

Box 100; Folder 15; Typewriters--"Standards" (Examples of fonts and articles. Found together in labeled binder. 2 of 2 folders.); 1960-1968

Box 101; Folder 1; Witnesses/Victims--"Composite Art Manual" (by Frank Domingo, Forensic Art Subcommittee of the IAI. 2 items.); 1986

Box 101; Folder 2; Witnesses/Victims--"Find Missing Persons" (by W. Hock Hochheim. Lauric Press. 1 item.); 1989

Box 101; Folder 3; Witnesses/Victims--"I, Witness!" (by Thomas F. Macris. Visatex Corp. 3 items.); 1993

Box 101; Folder 4; Witnesses/Victims--"Murder: This Could Never Happen to Me" (by Jerry Harris, Ginny Sprand, and Karen Komsak. Mental Health Association of Tarrant County. 1 item.); 1987

Box 101; Folder 5; Witnesses/Victims--"Personal Descriptions: Portrait Parle or Speaking Likeness" (FBI. 2 items.); 1958

Box 101; Folder 6; Witnesses/Victims--"Photo-Fit Technique" (Sirchie Finger Print Laboratories. 1 item.); 1980

Box 102; Folder 1a; Applied Science Institute/University (Multiple papers and pamphlets from within the publications, including study guides, receipt, and bookplates.); 1966-1993

Box 102; Folder 1b; Applied Science Institute/University (Multiple pamphlets found loose or unrelated to other materials within the publications.); n.d.

Box 102; Folder 2; Applied Science Institute/University--"Civil and Criminal Investigation" (23rd ed. 22 items.); n.d.

Box 102; Folder 3; Applied Science Institute/University--"Criminal Investigation" (5 items. 1 of 2 folders.); 1992

Box 102; Folder 4; Applied Science Institute/University--"Criminal Investigation" (5 items. 2 of 2 folders.); 1992

Box 102; Folder 5; Applied Science Institute/University--"Firearms Identification" (9 items.); 1938

Box 102; Folder 6; Applied Science Institute/University--"Firearms Identification" (10 items.); 1954

Box 102; Folder 7; Applied Science Institute/University--"Firearms Identification" (10 items.); 1971

Box 102; Folder 8; Applied Science Institute/University--"Firearms Identification" (6 items. 1 of 2 folders.); 1993

Box 103; Folder 1; Applied Science Institute/University--"Firearms Identification" (4 items. 2 of 2 folders.); 1993

Box 103; Folder 2; Applied Science Institute/University--"Identification of Handwriting" (5 items.); n.d.

Box 103; Folder 3; Applied Science Institute/University--"Identification of Handwriting" (5 items.); 1962

Box 103; Folder 4; Applied Science Institute/University--"Identification of Typewriting" (4 items, 2 editions.); 1954, 1962

Box 103; Folder 5; Applied Science Institute/University--"Modus Operandi System" (8 items, 3 editions.); 1954, 1962, 1971

Box 103; Folder 6; Applied Science Institute/University--"Modus Operandi System" (3 items.); 1993

Box 103; Folder 7; Applied Science Institute/University--"Police Photography" (10 items.); n.d.

Box 103; Folder 8; Applied Science Institute/University--"Police Photography" (10 items.); 1962

Box 103; Folder 9; Applied Science Institute/University--"Police Photography" (10 items.); 1993

Box 104; Folder 1; Applied Science Institute/University--"Questioned Documents" (3 items. 1 of 2 folders.); 1993

Box 104; Folder 2; Applied Science Institute/University--"Questioned Documents" (5 items. 2 of 2 folders.); 1993

Box 104; Folder 3; Applied Science Institute/University--"Study of the Bertillon Method" (1 item. 2 editions, bound.); 1922, 1938

Box 104; Folder 4; Applied Science Institute/University--"Study of the Bertillon Method" (10 items.); 1931

Box 104; Folder 5; Applied Science Institute/University--"Study of the Bertillon Method" (11 items.); 1938

Box 105; Folder 1; Applied Science Institute/University--"Study of Fingerprints" (First edition. 8 items. 1 of 3 folders.); 1916

Box 105; Folder 2; Applied Science Institute/University--"Study of Fingerprints" (First edition. 7 items. 2 of 3 folders.); 1916

Box 105; Folder 3; Applied Science Institute/University--"Study of Fingerprints" (First edition. 6 items. 3 of 3 folders.); 1916

Box 105; Folder 4; Applied Science Institute/University--"Study of Fingerprints" (1 item. Bound with other courses of study in back: "Telegraphic Code for Finger-print Formulae" by Charles Stockley Collins and "Secret Intelligence Service" from App. Sci. Univ., 5th ed.); 1923

Box 105; Folder 5; Applied Science Institute/University--"Study of Fingerprints" (15th edition. 9 items. 1 of 3 folders.); 1937

Box 106; Folder 1; Applied Science Institute/University--"Study of Fingerprints" (15th edition. 10 items. 2 of 3 folders.); 1937

Box 106; Folder 2; Applied Science Institute/University--"Study of Fingerprints" (15th edition. 6 items. 3 of 3 folders.); 1937

Box 106; Folder 3; Applied Science Institute/University--"Study of Fingerprints" (29th edition. 8 items. 1 of 3 folders.); 1954

Box 106; Folder 4; Applied Science Institute/University--"Study of Fingerprints" (29th edition. 10 items. 2 of 3 folders.); 1954

Box 106; Folder 5; Applied Science Institute/University--"Study of Fingerprints" (29th edition. 5 items. 3 of 3 folders.); 1954

Box 106; Folder 6; Applied Science Institute/University--"Study of Fingerprints" (32nd edition. 8 items. 1 of 3 folders.); 1962

Box 106; Folder 7; Applied Science Institute/University--"Study of Fingerprints" (32nd edition. 10 items. 2 of 3 folders.); 1962

Box 106; Folder 8; Applied Science Institute/University--"Study of Fingerprints" (32nd edition. 4 items. 3 of 3 folders.); 1962

Box 107; Folder 1; Applied Science Institute/University--"Study of Fingerprints" (33rd edition. 9 items. 1 of 3 folders.); 1971

Box 107; Folder 2; Applied Science Institute/University--"Study of Fingerprints" (33rd edition. 10 items. 2 of 3 folders.); 1971

Box 107; Folder 3; Applied Science Institute/University--"Study of Fingerprints" (33rd edition. 4 items. 3 of 3 folders.); 1971

Box 107; Folder 4; Applied Science Institute/University--"Study of Fingerprints" (36th edition. 7 items. 1 of 5 folders.); 1993

Box 107; Folder 5; Applied Science Institute/University--"Study of Fingerprints" (36th edition. 5 items. 2 of 5 folders.); 1993

Box 107; Folder 6; Applied Science Institute/University--"Study of Fingerprints" (36th edition. 7 items. 3 of 5 folders.); 1993

Box 107; Folder 7; Applied Science Institute/University--"Study of Fingerprints" (36th edition. 5 items. 4 of 5 folders.); 1993

Box 107; Folder 8; Applied Science Institute/University--"Study of Fingerprints" (36th edition. 4 items. 5 of 5 folders.); 1993

Series 5) Conferences / Seminars:

Box 108; Folder 1; Chiefs of Police--International (29th Convention proceedings, San Francisco, CA. v. 1-2.); 1922/06

Box 108; Folder 2; Chiefs of Police--New York State Association (45th Annual Conference, Utica.); 1945/07

Box 108; Folder 3; Copiers--Office Seminar (by Timothy Fidel, U. S. Secret Service.); 1981/02/09

Box 108; Folder 4; Crime--Governor's 2nd Annual Conference on Crime (State of Illinois, Springfield.); 1935/01

Box 108; Folder 5; Drug Identification and Influence Recognition (South Bay Training Committee, Torrance Police Dept., Manhattan Beach Police Dept., CA. 1 of 2 folders.); n.d.

Box 108; Folder 6; Drug Identification and Influence Recognition (South Bay Training Committee, Torrance Police Dept., Manhattan Beach Police Dept., CA. 2 of 2 folders.); n.d.

Box 108; Folder 7; Fingerprinting--36th National Conference of Fingerprint Experts (Derbyshire Constabulary Headquarters, England.); 1988/05

Box 108; Folder 8; Fingerprinting--California Criminalistics Institute Latent Print Techniques (CA Dept. of Justice. 1 of 5 folders.); 1994

Box 108; Folder 9; Fingerprinting--California Criminalistics Institute Latent Print Techniques (CA Dept. of Justice. 2 of 5 folders.); 1994

Box 109; Folder 1; Fingerprinting--California Criminalistics Institute Latent Print Techniques (CA Dept. of Justice. 3 of 5 folders.); 1994

Box 109; Folder 2; Fingerprinting--California Criminalistics Institute Latent Print Techniques (CA Dept. of Justice. 4 of 5 folders.); 1994

Box 109; Folder 3; Fingerprinting--California Criminalistics Institute Latent Print Techniques (CA Dept. of Justice. 5 of 5 folders.); 1994

Box 109; Folder 4; Fingerprinting--FBI Academy (From binder. 1 of 2 folders.); 1992

Box 109; Folder 5; Fingerprinting--FBI Academy (From binder. 2 of 2 folders.); 1992

Box 109; Folder 6; Fingerprinting--FBI Academy, 53rd Session (1 of 6 folders.); 1987

Box 109; Folder 7; Fingerprinting--FBI Academy, 53rd Session (2 of 6 folders.); 1987

Box 109; Folder 8; Fingerprinting--FBI Academy, 53rd Session (3 of 6 folders.); 1987

Box 110a; Folder 1a; Fingerprinting--FBI Academy, 53rd Session (4 of 6 folders.); 1987

Box 110a; Folder 1b; Fingerprinting--FBI Academy, 53rd Session (5 of 6 folders.); 1987

Box 110a; Folder 2; Fingerprinting--FBI Academy, 53rd Session (6 of 6 folders.); 1987

Box 110b; Folder 3; Fingerprinting--FBI Advanced Latent School (Bound instruction book. Gary Jones instructor.); 1983

Box 110b; Folder 4a; Physical Evidence--Forensic Evidence Seminar (Arizona Prosecuting Attorneys' Advisory Council. 1 item.); 1986

Box 110b; Folder 4b; Fingerprinting--International Forensic Symposium on Latent Prints (U. S. Dept. of Justice. c. 1 of 2.); 1987

Box 110b; Folder 5; Fingerprinting--International Forensic Symposium on Latent Prints (U. S. Dept. of Justice. c. 2 of 2.); 1987

Box 110b; Folder 6; Fingerprinting--International Symposium on Fingerprint Detection and Identification (Edited by J. Almog and E. Springer. Ne'urium, Israel. c. 1 of 2.); 1995

Box 110b; Folder 7; Fingerprinting--International Symposium on Fingerprint Detection and Identification (Edited by J. Almog and E. Springer. Ne'urium, Israel. c. 2 of 2.); 1995

Box 111; Folder 1; Fingerprinting--International Symposium on Forensic Aspects of Latent Prints (FBI Academy, Forensic Science Research and Training Center. 2 copies.); 1993

Box 111; Folder 2; Fingerprinting--Laser Fingerprint Development Workshop (E. R. Menzel, Director. Center for Forensic Studies, Lubbock, TX.); 1991

Box 111; Folder 3; Fingerprinting--Texas Department of Public Safety Advanced Latent Fingerprint School (Austin, TX. 1 of 2 folders.); 1985

Box 111; Folder 4; Fingerprinting--Texas Department of Public Safety Advanced Latent Fingerprint School (Austin, TX. 2 of 2 folders.); 1985

Box 111; Folder 5; Forensics--American Academy of Forensic Sciences (48th Annual Meeting, Nashville. 2 items.); 1996

Box 111; Folder 6; Forensics--International Forensic Science Symposium (Taipei. The Ministry of Justice Investigation Bureau, R.O.C. 2 items. 1 of 2 folders.); 1994

Box 112; Folder 1; Forensics--International Forensic Science Symposium (Taipei. The Ministry of Justice Investigation Bureau, R.O.C. 1 item. 2 of 2 folders.); 1994

Box 112; Folder 2; Forensics--International Symposium on Forensic Aspects of Mass Disasters and Crime Scene Reconstruction (FBI Academy, U. S. Dept. of Justice.); 1990

Box 112; Folder 3; IAI (Conferences. 50th, Long Beach, CA. 54th, Miami Beach, FL. Id News, "Conference edition", Savannah, GA.); 1965-1985

Box 112; Folder 4; IAI--80th Annual Educational Seminar (Laguna Beach, Newport Beach, and Balboa Bay. 1 of 2 folders.); n.d.

Box 112; Folder 5; IAI--80th Annual Educational Seminar (Laguna Beach, Newport Beach, and Balboa Bay. 2 of 2 folders.); n.d.

Box 112; Folder 6; IAI--81st Educational Seminar Abstracts (Greensboro, NC.); 1996/07

Box 112; Folder 7; IAI--82nd Annual Educational Conference (Abstracts.); 1997/07

Box 112; Folder 8; IAI--California Division, 74th Annual Training Seminar (San Jose. 1 of 3 folders.); 1990

Box 112; Folder 9; IAI--California Division, 74th Annual Training Seminar (San Jose. 2 of 3 folders.); 1990

Box 112; Folder 10; IAI--California Division, 74th Annual Training Seminar (San Jose. 3 of 3 folders.); 1990

Box 112; Folder 11; IAI--California Division (Joint Conference in Santa Monica and 77th Annual Educational Conference in Los Angeles, Charter no. 1.); 1981, 1993

Box 112; Folder 12; IAI--Midwest Divisions Educational Conference (Davenport, IA. 7 state divisions.); 1998

Box 113; Folder 1a; IAI--Pennsylvania Division Annual Conferences (9th, 12th, and 13th.); 1975, 1978, 1979

Box 113; Folder 1b; IAI (Registration papers.); 1990-1991

Box 113; Folder 2; Management Career Development--IACP (Courses from two binders. 1 of 6 folders.); 1975

Box 113; Folder 3; Management Career Development--IACP (Courses from two binders. 2 of 6 folders.); 1975

Box 113; Folder 4; Management Career Development--IACP (Courses from two binders. 3 of 6 folders.); 1975

Box 113; Folder 5; Management Career Development--IACP (Courses from two binders. 4 of 6 folders.); 1975

Box 113; Folder 6; Management Career Development--IACP (Courses from two binders. 5 of 6 folders.); 1975

Box 113; Folder 7; Management Career Development--IACP (Courses from two binders. 6 of 6 folders.); 1975

Box 113; Folder 8; Paper Analysis--FBI Academy (William C. Krueger, Instructor.); 1984

Box 114; Folder 1; Photography--National FBI Academy (156th session. Bob May and Donnie Bullock, instructors. 1 of 3 folders.); n.d.

Box 114; Folder 2; Photography--National FBI Academy (156th session. Bob May and Donnie Bullock, instructors. 2 of 3 folders.); n.d.

Box 114; Folder 3; Photography--National FBI Academy (156th session. Bob May and Donnie Bullock, instructors. 3 of 3 folders.); n.d.

Box 114; Folder 4; Psychological Profiling--IPAC (Course notes.); n.d.

Box 114; Folder 5; Questioned Documents--OMSI ("Class Outline: Who Dun It?" Mary Brandon, instructor.); 1988

Box 114; Folder 6; Questioned Documents--USSS (Course no. 89. 1 of 4 folders.); 1988

Box 114; Folder 7; Questioned Documents--USSS (Course no. 89. 2 of 4 folders.); 1988

Box 114; Folder 8; Questioned Documents--USSS (Course no. 89. 3 of 4 folders.); 1988

Box 115; Folder 1; Questioned Documents--USSS (Course no. 89. 4 of 4 folders.); 1988

Box 115; Folder 2; Report Writing--New Mexico State Police, Recruit School (1 of 2 folders.); 1962-1963

Box 115; Folder 3; Report Writing--New Mexico State Police, Recruit School (2 of 2 folders.); 1962-1963

Box 115; Folder 4; Shoe/Toolmark--European Meeting for Shoeprint/Toolmark Examiners (Hosted by the National Bureau of Investigation Crime Laboratory, Finland. With list of participants.); 1995

Box 116; Folder 1; Varied Topics--59th FBI Academy (From labeled binder. 1 of 7 folders.); n.d.

Box 116; Folder 2; Varied Topics--59th FBI Academy (From labeled binder. 2 of 7 folders.); n.d.

Box 116; Folder 3; Varied Topics--59th FBI Academy (From labeled binder. 3 of 7 folders.); n.d.

Box 116; Folder 4; Varied Topics--59th FBI Academy (From labeled binder. 4 of 7 folders.); n.d.

Box 116; Folder 5; Varied Topics--59th FBI Academy (From labeled binder. 5 of 7 folders.); n.d.

Box 116; Folder 6; Varied Topics--59th FBI Academy (From labeled binder. 6 of 7 folders.); n.d.

Box 116; Folder 7; Varied Topics--59th FBI Academy (From labeled binder. 7 of 7 folders.); n.d.

Box 117; Folder 1a; Varied Topics--FBI Academy Refresher (Course #11.); 1974

Series 6) Subjects:

Box 117; Folder 1b; Advertisements (Loose/separated ads, flyers, products, etc.); n.d.

Box 117; Folder 2; Bertillon Exhibit (Informational papers on the method, includes 2 photos. Found with exhibit materials.); n.d.

Box 117; Folder 3; Bertillon Exhibit (8x11 templates/originals of the large image "plates" on cardboard display. "Tom Fiorenza" on front of original folder.); n.d.

Box 117; Folder 4; Bertillon Exhibit (Posters. 9x14 cardboard with glossy display of various ways to perform Bertillon measure to different parts of the body. 6 plates.); n.d.

Box 117; Folder 5; Bertillon Exhibit (Posters. 9x14 cardboard with glossy display of various ways to perform Bertillon measure to different parts of the body. 6 plates.); n.d.

Box 117; Folder 6; Bertillon Exhibit (Posters. 9x14 cardboard with glossy display of various ways to perform Bertillon measure to different parts of the body. 6 plates.); n.d.

Box 117; Folder 7; Bertillon Exhibit (Posters. 9x14 cardboard with glossy display of various ways to perform Bertillon measure to different parts of the body. 6 plates.); n.d.

Box 117; Folder 8; Bertillon Exhibit (Posters. 9x14 cardboard with glossy display of various ways to perform Bertillon measure to different parts of the body. 6 plates.); n.d.

Box 118; Folder 1; Carey Chapman Book Draft (Letters to the author on content and articles to cite. First sections from a manuscript of "History of Fingerprinting" which was not published. Corresponding CD-ROMs and floppy disks are found in the AV series.); 1998-2000

Box 118; Folder 2; Carey Chapman Book Draft (Photocopies of images to be used and an index of their future placement. From a manuscript of "History of Fingerprinting" which was not published. Corresponding CD-ROMs and floppy disks are found in the AV series.); n.d.

Box 118; Folder 3; Carey Chapman Book Draft (Preface, Table of Contents, and Introduction. From a manuscript of "History of Fingerprinting" which was not published. Corresponding CD-ROMs and floppy disks are found in the AV series.); n.d.

Box 118; Folder 4; Carey Chapman Book Draft (Chapters 1-5. From a manuscript of "History of Fingerprinting" which was not published. Corresponding CD-ROMs and floppy disks are found in the AV series.); n.d.

Box 118; Folder 5; Carey Chapman Book Draft (Chapters 6-10. From a manuscript of "History of Fingerprinting" which was not published. Corresponding CD-ROMs and floppy disks are found in the AV series.); n.d.

Box 118; Folder 6; Carey Chapman Book Draft (Chapters 11-16. From a manuscript of "History of Fingerprinting" which was not published. Corresponding CD-ROMs and floppy disks are found in the AV series.); n.d.

Box 118; Folder 7; Carey Chapman Book Draft (Chapters 17-26. From a manuscript of "History of Fingerprinting" which was not published. Corresponding CD-ROMs and floppy disks are found in the AV series.); n.d.

Box 118; Folder 8; Carey Chapman Book Draft (Chapters 27-33. From a manuscript of "History of Fingerprinting" which was not published. Corresponding CD-ROMs and floppy disks are found in the AV series.); n.d.

Box 118; Folder 9; Carey Chapman Book Draft (Chapters 34-38, bibliography. From a manuscript of "History of Fingerprinting" which was not published. Corresponding CD-ROMs and floppy disks are found in the AV series.); n.d.

Box 119; Folder 1; Circulating Book Contents (Smaller sized contents and pamphlets. Loose materials from within the non-archived publications of the IAI library.); n.d.

Box 119; Folder 2; Circulating Book Contents (Photographs of various sizes. Loose materials from within the non-archived publications of the IAI library.); n.d.

Box 119; Folder 3; Circulating Book Contents (Items found in the Journal of the Forensic Science Society. Loose materials from within the non-archived publications of the IAI library.); n.d.

Box 119; Folder 4; Circulating Book Contents (Items found in the Journal of the Forensic Science Society. Loose materials from within the non-archived publications of the IAI library.); n.d.

Box 119; Folder 5; Circulating Book Contents (Articles and clippings. Loose materials from within the non-archived publications of the IAI library.); 1935-1990

Box 119; Folder 6; Circulating Book Contents (Articles. Loose materials from within the non-archived publications of the IAI library.); 1915-1990

Box 119; Folder 7; Circulating Book Contents (Letters, notes, handwritten items, etc. Loose materials from within the non-archived publications of the IAI library.); 1948-1996

Box 119; Folder 8; Circulating Book Contents (Items such as conference flyers or membership applications found in the Journal of Forensic Identification, an IAI publication. Loose materials from within the non-archived publications of the IAI library.); 1988-1991

Box 119; Folder 9; Circulating Book Contents (Items such as conference flyers found in Fingerprint Whorld, a Fingerprint Society publication. Loose materials from within the non-archived publications of the IAI library.); 1986-1996

Box 120; Folder 1; Circulating Book Jackets (1951-1959, 1 of 2 folders. Jackets from the non-archived publications of the IAI library.); 1951-1959

Box 120; Folder 2; Circulating Book Jackets (1951-1959, 2 of 2 folders. Jackets from the non-archived publications of the IAI library.); 1951-1959

Box 120; Folder 3; Circulating Book Jackets (1960-1969. Jackets from the non-archived publications of the IAI library.); 1960-1969

Box 120; Folder 4; Circulating Book Jackets (1970-1979, 1 of 2 folders. Jackets from the non-archived publications of the IAI library.); 1970-1979

Box 120; Folder 5; Circulating Book Jackets (1970-1979, 2 of 2 folders. Jackets from the non-archived publications of the IAI library.); 1970-1979

Box 120; Folder 6; Circulating Book Jackets (1980-1989, 1 of 3 folders. Jackets from the non-archived publications of the IAI library.); 1980-1989

Box 121; Folder 1; Circulating Book Jackets (1980-1989, 2 of 3 folders. Jackets from the non-archived publications of the IAI library.); 1980-1989

Box 121; Folder 2; Circulating Book Jackets (1980-1989, 3 of 3 folders. Jackets from the non-archived publications of the IAI library.); 1980-1989

Box 121; Folder 3; Circulating Book Jackets (1990-2000. Jackets from the non-archived publications of the IAI library.); 1990-2000

Box 121; Folder 4; Circulating Book Jackets (pre-1950. Jackets from the non-archived publications of the IAI library.); 1930-1950

Box 122; Folder 1; Crime Scene Certification Program (A history, summary, and list of participants/ graduates of the IAI program. From a binder.); n.d.

Box 122; Folder 2; Fingerprint Kits--Forensic Press (study card series collection 1 of classic fingerprint patterns, a pamphlet of products, and a letter/envelope to Pat Wertheim.); 1996

Box 122; Folder 3; Fingerprint Kits--Kid's Discovery (Ink kit, quiz cards, and magnifying glass. 1 of 2 folders.); n.d.

Box 122; Folder 4; Fingerprint Kits--Kid's Discovery (Fingerprint cards, collection folder, illustrated textbook, workbook, posters, and a letter. Forensic Press, publisher. 2 of 2 folders.); 1996

Box 123; Folder 1; Handwriting Project (Multiple handwriting samples of the same paragraph from various participants with other analysis materials. From labeled binder. 1 of 4 folders.); 1960-1970

Box 123 ; Folder 2; Handwriting Project (Multiple handwriting samples of the same paragraph from various participants with other analysis materials. From labeled binder. 2 of 4 folders.); 1960-1970

Box 123; Folder 3; Handwriting Project (Multiple handwriting samples of the same paragraph from various participants with other analysis materials. From labeled binder. 3 of 4 folders.); 1960-1970

Box 123; Folder 4; Handwriting Project (Multiple handwriting samples of the same paragraph from various participants with other analysis materials. From labeled binder. 4 of 4 folders.); 1960-1970

Box 123; Folder 5; International Criminal Cards--Australia (Letter and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1967

Box 123; Folder 6; International Criminal Cards--Bahamas (Letter and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1967

Box 123; Folder 7; International Criminal Cards--Bermuda (Letter and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1966

Box 123; Folder 8; International Criminal Cards--Brazil (Letter and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1966

Box 123; Folder 9; International Criminal Cards--Canada (Letter and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1966

Box 123; Folder 10; International Criminal Cards--Canal Zone (Letter and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1966

Box 123; Folder 11; International Criminal Cards--Costa Rica (Letter and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1966

Box 123; Folder 12; International Criminal Cards--East Pakistan (Letter and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1966

Box 123; Folder 13; International Criminal Cards--Egypt (Letter and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1966

Box 123; Folder 14; International Criminal Cards--El Salvador (Letter and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1966

Box 123; Folder 15; International Criminal Cards--England (Card. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); n.d.

Box 123; Folder 16; International Criminal Cards--Envelopes (Envelopes from various countries from which the ICC came. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); n.d.

Box 123; Folder 17; International Criminal Cards--Finland (Cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); n.d.

Box 123; Folder 18; International Criminal Cards--France (Letter and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1966

Box 123; Folder 19; International Criminal Cards--Great Britain (Letter and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1966

Box 123; Folder 20; International Criminal Cards--Greece (Letter and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1966

Box 123; Folder 21; International Criminal Cards--Guyana (Letter and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1967

Box 123; Folder 22; International Criminal Cards--Iceland (Letter and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1967

Box 123; Folder 23; International Criminal Cards--India (Letter and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1967

Box 123; Folder 24; International Criminal Cards--Ireland (Cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); n.d.

Box 123; Folder 25; International Criminal Cards--Israel (Letters and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1966

Box 123; Folder 26; International Criminal Cards--Italy (Letters and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1966

Box 123; Folder 27; International Criminal Cards--Jamaica (Letters and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1966

Box 123; Folder 28; International Criminal Cards--Japan (Card. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); n.d.

Box 123; Folder 29; International Criminal Cards--Kenya (Letters and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1966

Box 123; Folder 30; International Criminal Cards--Lebanon (Letters and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1969

Box 123; Folder 31; International Criminal Cards--Mexico (Letters and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1966

Box 123; Folder 32; International Criminal Cards--Netherlands (Letters and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1966

Box 123; Folder 33; International Criminal Cards--Norway (Letters and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1966

Box 123; Folder 34; International Criminal Cards--Panama (Letters and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1967

Box 123; Folder 35; International Criminal Cards--Russia (Cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); n.d.

Box 123; Folder 36; International Criminal Cards--Saudi Arabia (Cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); n.d.

Box 123; Folder 37; International Criminal Cards--Scotland (Letters and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1972

Box 123; Folder 38; International Criminal Cards--Switzerland (Letters and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1966

Box 123; Folder 39; International Criminal Cards--Tasmania (Letters and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1967

Box 123; Folder 40; International Criminal Cards--Thailand (Letters and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1967

Box 123; Folder 41; International Criminal Cards--Virgin Islands (Letters and cards. From a binder which contained the collected cards as a project by Tom Fiorenza.); 1966

Box 123; Folder 42; Organization Directories/Handbooks--CA (2 items.); 1983-1991

Box 123; Folder 43; Organization Directories/Handbooks--Forensic Science Society (4 items.); 1971-1987

Box 124a; Folder 1; Organization Directories/Handbooks--IAI (3 items. 1 of 4 folders.); 1966, 1971

Box 124a; Folder 2; Organization Directories/Handbooks--IAI (1item. 2 of 4 folders.); 1995

Box 124a; Folder 3a; Organization Directories/Handbooks--IAI (2 items. 3 of 4 folders.); 1948, 1990

Box 124a; Folder 3b; Organization Directories/Handbooks--IAI (Includes reports from IAI committees of Publications, Safety, and Standardization. 3 items. 4 of 4 folders.); 1973-1987

Box 124a; Folder 4; Organization Directories/Handbooks--Identification Bureaus of the World (8 items. 1 of 3 folders.); 1937-1951

Box 124a; Folder 5; Organization Directories/Handbooks--Identification Bureaus of the World (6 items. 2 of 3 folders.); 1953-1963

Box 124a; Folder 6; Organization Directories/Handbooks--Identification Bureaus of the World (4 items. 3 of 3 folders.); 1965-1980

Box 124a; Folder 7; Organization Directories/Handbooks--Miscellaneous (ASLET, EPIC, AFTE, DEWA, IAFS. 5 items.); 1974-1997

Box 124b; Folder 8; Organization Directories/Handbooks--Fingerprint Society (David R. Brooker, ed. 2 items.); 1984, 1997

Box 124b; Folder 9; Organization Directories/Handbooks--Southwestern Association of Forensic Scientists (Includes a list of applicants and constitution. 4 items.); 1990-1997

Box 125; Folder 1; Miscellaneous (Posters, loose papers, office humor, McGruff certificate.); 1984-1987

Box 125; Folder 2; Personal Papers (Loose letters, resumes, etc. pertaining to various personal information/ business.); 1968-1996

Box 125; Folder 3; Personal Papers--Pat Wertheim (Loose letters, notes, certificates, etc. pertaining to personal information/ business.); 1993-1998

Box 125; Folder 4; Personal Papers--Michael Carrick and Lightning Powder Company (Loose letters, notes, certificates, bills, etc. pertaining to personal information/ business.); 1983-1998

Box 125; Folder 5; Personal Papers--Monroe K. Alexander (Loose letters, notes, certificates, etc. pertaining to personal information/ business. 1 of 4 folders.); 1948-1953

Box 125; Folder 6; Personal Papers--Monroe K. Alexander (Loose letters, notes, certificates, photos, etc. pertaining to personal information/ business. 2 of 4 folders.); 1948-1974

Box 125; Folder 7; Personal Papers--Monroe K. Alexander (Loose letters, notes, certificates, photos, etc. pertaining to personal information/ business. 3 of 4 folders.); 1952-1996

Box 126; Folder 1; Personal Papers--Monroe K. Alexander (Letters, notes, certificates, photos, etc. pertaining to IACP meeting in Reno, NV, and other personal information/ business. 4 of 4 folders.); 1974

Box 126; Folder 2; Personal Papers--Tom Fiorenza (Notes and magazine photos in which T. Fiorenza is circled, pertaining to personal information/ business. 1 of 3 folders.); 1965-1975

Box 126; Folder 3; Personal Papers--Tom Fiorenza (Letters, notes, articles, booklets, etc. pertaining to personal information/ business. 2 of 3 folders.); 1966, 1995

Box 126; Folder 4; Personal Papers--Tom Fiorenza (Letters, notes, articles, etc. pertaining to personal information/ business. 3 of 3 folders.); 1974-1998

Box 126; Folder 5; Ritualistic Crimes--Newspaper Clippings (Copies.); 1986-1988

Box 126; Folder 6; Ritualistic Crimes--Newspaper Clippings (Some copies.); 1987-1992

Box 126; Folder 7; Ritualistic Crimes--Carol Morse (Letter, articles, essay for submission.); 1987-1990

Box 127; Folder 1; Ritualistic Crimes--Cases/Examples (Letters, articles, incident reports, fantasy literature, photos, etc.); 1980-1990

Box 127; Folder 2; Ritualistic Crimes--CCIN, File 18 Newsletter (Cult Crime Impact Network, by and for Law Enforcement.); 1986-1988

Box 127; Folder 3; Ritualistic Crimes--Essays/Articles (Copied articles, magazine issue, papers from meetings, etc.); 1986-1989

Box 127; Folder 4; Ritualistic Crimes--Essays/Articles (Copied articles, magazine issue, papers from meetings, etc.); 1986-1989

Box 127; Folder 5; Ritualistic Crimes--Missa Niger: La Messe Noire Book ("A true and factual account of the principal ritual of Satanic Worship, The Black Mass" by Aubrey Melech , Sut Anubis Books. Copied text.); 1986

Box 127; Folder 6; Ritualistic Crimes--Notecards (Handwritten 3.5x6 cards with study/ speech notes.); n.d.

Box 127; Folder 7; Ritualistic Crimes--Pat Wertheim, Essay Manuscript (Five drafts of an essay in handwriting, type, and revised copy.); 1988

Box 127; Folder 8; Ritualistic Crimes--Pat Wertheim, Personal Papers on R. Crimes (Letters, flyers, memos, handwritten notes, etc. Items mostly pertaining to topic, found with other topic materials.); 1988-1990

Box 128; Folder 1; Ritualistic Crimes--Pat Wertheim, "Satanism Presentation Outline" (Letters, notes, photos, etc.); 1989

Box 128; Folder 2; Ritualistic Crimes--Pat Wertheim, Teaching Outline and Handouts (Notes, organized outlines, other presentation information for a Mississippi IAI workshop.); n.d.

Box 128; Folder 3; Ritualistic Crimes--References/Guides (Notes, articles, booklets, charts, etc. on occult holidays, objects, symbols, bible quotes, etc.); n.d.

Box 128; Folder 4; Ritualistic Crimes--"Ritual Crime Book" (Articles, charts, essays, etc. compiled by Edmund F. Pierce.); n.d.

Box 128; Folder 5; Ritualistic Crimes--"Shawn Heiden's Diary" (From a binder. Copies of sketches, handwritten notes and diary entries, song lyrics, and list of individuals, possibly named in the diary.); 1988

Box 128; Folder 6; Ritualistic Crimes--Texas Conference (Killeen. Articles, agenda, attendees, handwritten notes, charts, essays, etc. 1 of 2 folders.); 1988/05

Box 128; Folder 7; Ritualistic Crimes--Texas Conference (Killeen. Articles, agenda, attendees, handwritten notes, charts, essays, etc. 2 of 2 folders.); 1988/05

Box 128; Folder 8; Russian Book Translation (As translated by Leonid Tsvet, 1991: Anthropometric Measurements in Russian Goals, by N. A. Kozlov. Photos of the original. Handwritten notes and printed copy of the translation. Electronic copy on disk in the AV series, box 206, folder 7.); 1897, 1991

Series 7) IAI Library--Journals:

Box 129; Folder 1; Anvil ("Sparks from the IAI Anvil." Pub of the IAI, v. 2 no. 1 through v. 3 no. 12. 1 bound item.); 1934-1935

Box 129; Folder 2; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Bound volumes with one loose issue. v. 1 no. 1 through v. 5 no. 11. One item. 1 of 33 folders.); 1951/08-1955/12

Box 129; Folder 3; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Bound volumes. v. 3 no. 7 through v. 5 no. 11. Missing Jan. to June and Dec. of 1953, and Jan. of 1954. "Joe Q. Garcia" imprinted on cover. One item. 2 of 33 folders.); 1953/07-1955/12

Box 129; Folder 4; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Bound volumes. v. 6 no. 1 through v. 8 no. 11. Missing March, May, and June of 1958. "Joe Q. Garcia" imprinted on cover. One item. 3 of 33 folders.); 1956/01-1958/12

Box 130; Folder 1; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Bound volumes with three loose issues. v. 9 no. 1 through v. 12 no. 12. Missing May, July, Aug., and Oct. of 1959, and Feb. and June of 1960. "Joe Q. Garcia" imprinted on cover. One item. 4 of 33 folders.); 1959/01-1962/12

Box 130; Folder 2; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Bound volumes. v. 13 no. 1 through v. 14 no. 12. Missing Oct. of 1963, and Feb. and Mar. of 1964. "Joe Q. Garcia" imprinted on cover. One item. 5 of 33 folders.); 1963/01-1964/12

Box 130; Folder 3; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Bound volumes with two loose issues. v. 14 no. 1 through v. 17 no. 10. Misprinted issues, v. 17 becomes v. 18 or 19 on a few. One item. 6 of 33 folders.); 1964/01-1967/12

Box 131; Folder 1; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Bound volumes with six loose issues. v. 15 no. 1 through v. 16 no. 12. Combined issue, Dec. 1965/Jan. 1966. "Joe Q. Garcia" imprinted on cover. One item. 7 of 33 folders.); 1965/01-1966/12

Box 131; Folder 2; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Bound volumes. v. 17 no. 1 through v. 18 no. 12. Misnumbered issues, July and Aug. of 1967 both have no. 7 on them, missing Oct. issue. Misprinted, v. 18 becomes v. 20 on Nov. issue. Missing Jan. of 1968. "Joe Q. Garcia" imprinted on cover. One item. 8 of 33 folders.); 1967/01-1968/12

Box 132; Folder 1; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Loose issues. v. 17 no. 1 through v. 18 no. 12. Misnumbered issues, July and Aug. of 1967 both have "no. 7" on them, missing Jan. through May of 1967. Misprinted, v. 18 becomes v. 20 on Nov. issue. 19 items. 9 of 33 folders.); 1967/06-1968/12

Box 132; Folder 2; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Bound volumes. v. 18 no. 1 through v. 21 no. 11. Misprinted, v. 18 becomes v. 20 on Nov. issue. One item. 10 of 33 folders.); 1968/01-1971/12

Box 132; Folder 3; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Bound volumes with 2 loose issues. v. 19 no. 1 through v. 22 no. 12. Missing bound July issue of 1970, but two loose issues added. One item. 11 of 33 folders.); 1969/01-1972/12

Box 133; Folder 1; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Loose issues. v. 21 no. 1 through 12. Missing no. 11. 11 items. 12 of 33 folders.); 1971/01-1971/12

Box 133; Folder 2; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Loose issues. v. 22 no. 1 through 12. Missing no. 11. 17 items. 13 of 33 folders.); 1972/01-1972/12

Box 133; Folder 3; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Bound volumes. v. 23 no. 1 through v. 24 no. 12. "Joe Q. Garcia" imprinted on cover. One item. 14 of 33 folders.); 1973/01-1974/12

Box 133; Folder 4; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Loose issues. v. 23 no. 1 through 12. 22 items. 15 of 33 folders.); 1973/01-1973/12

Box 133; Folder 5; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Loose issues. v. 24 no. 1 through 8. 12 items. 16 of 33 folders.); 1974/01-1974/08

Box 134; Folder 1; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Loose issues. v. 24 no. 9 through 12. 9 items. 17 of 33 folders.); 1974/09-1974/12

Box 134; Folder 2; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Loose issues. v. 25 no. 1 through 7. 15 items. 18 of 33 folders.); 1975/01-1975/07

Box 134; Folder 3; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Loose issues. v. 25 no. 8 through 12. 10 items. 19 of 33 folders.); 1975/08-1975/12

Box 134; Folder 4; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Loose issues. v. 26 no. 1 through 6. 12 items. 20 of 33 folders.); 1976/01-1976/06

Box 134; Folder 5; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Loose issues. v. 26 no. 7 through 12. 12 items. 21 of 33 folders.); 1976/07-1976/12

Box 134; Folder 6; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Loose issues. v. 27 no. 1 through 6. 12 items. 22 of 33 folders.); 1977/01-1977/06

Box 134; Folder 7; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Loose issues. v. 27 no. 7 through 12. 12 items. 23 of 33 folders.); 1977/07-1977/12

Box 135; Folder 1; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Loose issues. v. 28 no. 1 through 12. 20 items. 24 of 33 folders.); 1978/01-1978/12

Box 135; Folder 2; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Loose issues. v. 29 no. 1 through 12. 24 items. 25 of 33 folders.); 1979/01-1979/12

Box 136; Folder 1; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Loose issues. v. 30 no. 1 through 12. 24 items. 26 of 33 folders.); 1980/01-1980/12

Box 136; Folder 2; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Loose issues. v. 31 no. 1 through 12. 24 items. 27 of 33 folders.); 1981/01-1981/12

Box 136; Folder 3; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Loose issues. v. 32 no. 1 through 12. 24 items. 28 of 33 folders.); 1982/01-1982/12

Box 136; Folder 4; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Loose issues. v. 33 no. 1 through 12. Misnumbered items: Mar./no. 3, May/no. 4, June/no. 6, and skipped Apr. 22 items. 29 of 33 folders.); 1983/01-1983/12

Box 137; Folder 1; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Loose issues. v. 34 no. 1 through 12. 24 items. 30 of 33 folders.); 1984/01-1984/12

Box 137; Folder 2; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Loose issues. v. 35 no. 1 through 12. 25 items. 31 of 33 folders.); 1985/01-1985/12

Box 137; Folder 3; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Loose issues. v. 36 no. 1 through 12. 22 items. 32 of 33 folders.); 1986/01-1986/12

Box 137; Folder 4; Identification News (Newsletter for the IAI. Loose issues. v. 37 no. 1 through 12. 26 items. 33 of 33 folders.); 1987/01-1987/12

Box 138; Folder 1; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 38 no. 1 through 4. 8 items. 1 of 30 folders.); 1988/01-1988/08

Box 138; Folder 2; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 38 no. 5 through 6. 4 items. 2 of 30 folders.); 1988/09-1988/12

Box 138; Folder 3; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 39 no. 1 through 3. 6 items. 3 of 30 folders.); 1989/01-1989/06

Box 138; Folder 4; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 39 no. 4 through 6. 6 items. 4 of 30 folders.); 1989/07-1989/12

Box 138; Folder 5; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 40 no. 1 through 4. 7 items. 5 of 30 folders.); 1990/01-1990/08

Box 138; Folder 6; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 40 no. 4 through 6. 5 items. 6 of 30 folders.); 1990/07-1990/12

Box 138; Folder 7; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 41 no. 1 through 3. 6 items. 7 of 30 folders.); 1991/01-1991/06

Box 139; Folder 1; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 41 no. 4 through 6. 6 items. 8 of 30 folders.); 1991/07-1991/12

Box 139; Folder 2; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 42 no. 1 through 3. 6 items. 9 of 30 folders.); 1992/01-1992/06

Box 139; Folder 3; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 42 no. 4 through 6. 6 items. 10 of 30 folders.); 1992/07-1992/12

Box 139; Folder 4; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 43 no. 1 through 3. 6 items. 11 of 30 folders.); 1993/01-1993/06

Box 139; Folder 5; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 43 no. 4 through 6. 6 items. 12 of 30 folders.); 1993/07-1993/12

Box 139; Folder 6; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 44 no. 1 through 3. 6 items. 13 of 30 folders.); 1994/01-1994/06

Box 140; Folder 1; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 44 no. 4 through 6. 6 items. 14 of 30 folders.); 1994/07-1994/12

Box 140; Folder 2; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 45 no. 1 through 2. 6 items. 15 of 30 folders.); 1995/01-1995/04

Box 140; Folder 3; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 45 no. 2 through 4. 6 items. 16 of 30 folders.); 1995/03-1995/08

Box 140; Folder 4; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 45 no. 5 through 6. 4 items. 17 of 30 folders.); 1995/09-1995/12

Box 140; Folder 5; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 46 no. 1 through 3. 6 items. 18 of 30 folders.); 1996/01-1996/06

Box 140; Folder 6; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 46 no. 4 through 6. 6 items. 19 of 30 folders.); 1996/07-1996/12

Box 141; Folder 1; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 47 no. 1 through 3. 6 items. 20 of 30 folders.); 1997/01-1997/06

Box 141; Folder 2; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 47 no. 4 through 5. 4 items. 21 of 30 folders.); 1997/07-1997/10

Box 141; Folder 3; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 47 no. 6 through v. 48 no. 2. 4 items. 22 of 30 folders.); 1997/11-1998/04

Box 141; Folder 4; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 48 no. 2 through 4. 4 items. 23 of 30 folders.); 1998/03-1998/08

Box 141; Folder 5; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 48 no. 5 through 6. 4 items. 24 of 30 folders.); 1998/09-1998/12

Box 141; Folder 6; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 49 no. 1 through 3. 6 items. 25 of 30 folders.); 1999/01-1999/06

Box 141; Folder 7; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 49 no. 4 through 5. 4 items. 26 of 30 folders.); 1999/07-199/10

Box 142; Folder 1; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 49 no. 6 through v. 50 no. 2. 6 items. 27 of 30 folders.); 1999/11-2000/04

Box 142; Folder 2; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 50 no. 2 through 5. 6 items. 28 of 30 folders.); 2000/03-2000/10

Box 142; Folder 3; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 50 no. 6 through v. 51 no. 2. 6 items. 29 of 30 folders.); 2000/11-2001/04

Box 143; Folder 1; Journal of Forensic Identification (Journal of the IAI. Loose issues. v. 51 no. 3 through 5. Missing no. 6. 5 items. 30 of 30 folders.); 2001/05-2001/10

Box 143; Folder 2; Dactylography (Journal created by H. Faulds. Original series v. 1 no. 1 through 3, bi-monthly issues, complete year. New series v. 1 no. 1 through 4, quarterly issues, complete year. 12 items.); 1921/07-1922/10

Box 143; Folder 3; Minutiae (Pub. of the Lightning Powder Co. Bound, issues 1-60. "IAI Library" imprinted on front. 1 item.); 1990-2000/06

Box 143; Folder 4; Canadian Society of Forensic Science Journal (v. 31, no. 1. 2 items.); 1988/03

Box 143; Folder 5; Crime Laboratory Digest (U. S. Dept. of Justice, FBI pub. v. 14 no. 4, v. 15 no. 1 and 2. 3 items. 1 of 2 folders.); 1987/10-1988/04

Box 143; Folder 6; Crime Laboratory Digest (U. S. Dept. of Justice, FBI pub. v. 15 no. 3, 4, and supp. 1, v. 16 no. 3. 4 items. 2 of 2 folders.); 1988/07-1989/10

Box 144; Folder 1; Evidence Log (Pub. of the International Association for Property and Evidence. v. 97, no. 3-4, and v. 98, no. 1-4. 6 items. 1 of 4 folders.); 1997-1998

Box 144; Folder 2; Evidence Log (Pub. of the International Association for Property and Evidence. v. 99, no. 1, 2, 4, and v. 2000, no. 1. 5 items. 2 of 4 folders.); 1999-2000

Box 144; Folder 3; Evidence Log (Pub. of the International Association for Property and Evidence. v. 2000, no. 2-4. 4 items. 3 of 4 folders.); 2000

Box 144; Folder 4; Evidence Log (Pub. of the International Association for Property and Evidence. v. 2000, no. 4 and v. 2001, no. 2. 3 items. 4 of 4 folders.); 2000-2001

Box 144; Folder 5; FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin (Missing June and Sept 1966, Jan-May, July 1967. 10 items. 1 of 11 folders.); 1966-1967

Box 144; Folder 6; FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin (Missing Jan, Mar-June 1968. 10 items. 2 of 11 folders.); 1967/08-1968/11

Box 144; Folder 7; FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin (10 items. 3 of 11 folders.); 1968/12-1969/09

Box 145; Folder 1; FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin (Missing Nov 1969. 9 items. 4 of 11 folders.); 1969/10-1970/08

Box 145; Folder 2; FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin (Missing May 1971. 9 items. 5 of 11 folders.); 1970/09-1971/06

Box 145; Folder 3; FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin (Missing Nov 1971. 9 items. 6 of 11 folders.); 1971/07-1972/03

Box 145; Folder 4; FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin (Missing Dec 1972. 8 items. 7 of 11 folders.); 1972/04-1972/11

Box 145; Folder 5; FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin (Missing Jan 1973. 8 items. 8 of 11 folders.); 1973/02-1973/09

Box 145; Folder 6; FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin (Missing May, June, Aug-Dec 1974. 8 items. 9 of 11 folders.); 1973/10-1974/07

Box 146; Folder 1; FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin (Various, inconsecutive issues. 7 items. 10 of 11 folders.); 1987-1997

Box 146; Folder 2; FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin (6 items. 11 of 11 folders.); 1997/06-1997/11

Box 146; Folder 3; Forensic Digest (Pub. of the South Florida Forensic Association. v. 6 no. 3-4, v. 7 no. 1, 3. 4 items.); 1997-1998

Box 146; Folder 4; Forensic Examiner (Pub. of the American College of Forensic Examiners. Various, inconsecutive issues. v. 6 no. 11-12, v. 7 no. 5-6 and 9-10, v. 8 no. 1-2. 5 items. 1 of 2 folders.); 1997-1999

Box 146; Folder 5; Forensic Examiner (Pub. of the American College of Forensic Examiners. v. 8 no. 3-4, 9-10, 11-12. 3 items. 2 of 2 folders.); 1999

Box 146; Folder 6; Identification Canada (Pub. of the Canadian Identification Society. Various, inconsecutive issues. v. 8 no. 1-2, v. 18 no. 4, v. 20 no. 2. 4 items. 1 of 3 folders.); 1985-1997

Box 146; Folder 7; Identification Canada (Pub. of the Canadian Identification Society. v. 20 no. 3-4, v. 21 no. 1-3. 10 items. 2 of 3 folders.); 1997/07-1998/09

Box 146; Folder 8; Identification Canada (Pub. of the Canadian Identification Society. v. 21 no. 4, v. 22 no. 1, v. 23 no. 1-3. 5 items. 3 of 3 folders.); 1998-2000

Box 146; Folder 9; Identification Newsletter, Nouvelles Identite (Pub. of the Canadian Identification Society. v. 5 no. 2, v. 6 no. 1-4, v. 7 no. 1-4. 9 items.); 1982-1984

Box 147; Folder 1; Identification Specialist (Pub. of Nikon Canada Inc. Various issues. 14 items. ); 1982-1985

Box 147; Folder 2; Imaging Forensics News (v. 1 no. 1-2. 3 items.); 2000/07, 2000/09

Box 147; Folder 3; Law and Order ("The Magazine of Police Management". v. 43 no. 5 May, v. 45 no. 5 May. 2 items. 1 or 2 folders.); 1995, 1997

Box 147; Folder 4; Law and Order ("The Magazine of Police Management". v. 47 no. 6 June, no. 11 Nov. 2 items. 2 or 2 folders.); 1999

Box 147; Folder 5; Law Enforcement Technology (Various issues. 2 items.); 1998/08, 1999/03

Box 147; Folder 6; New York State Identifier, Information Bulletin for Shoeprint/Toolmark Examiners (Two separate journals, various issues of each. v. 1 no. 3-4 of NYSI. v. 1 no. 1, v. 2 no. 1, v. 3 no. 3 of IBSTE. 5 items.); 1992-1997

Box 147; Folder 7; Oregon Sheriff (Pub. of the Oregon State Sheriffs' Association. Various issues. 4 items. 1 of 4 folders.); 1997-1998

Box 148; Folder 1; Oregon Sheriff (Pub. of the Oregon State Sheriffs' Association. Various issues. 5 items. 2 of 4 folders.); 1999-2000

Box 148; Folder 2; Oregon Sheriff (Pub. of the Oregon State Sheriffs' Association. Various issues. 8 items. 3 of 4 folders.); 2000-2001

Box 148; Folder 3; Oregon Sheriff (Pub. of the Oregon State Sheriffs' Association. Various issues. 4 items. 4 of 4 folders.); 2001

Box 148; Folder 4; Point of View (Pub. of the Alameda Co. District Attorney's Office. Various issues. 5 items.); 1989-1992

Box 148; Folder 5; Police Chief (Pub. of the International Association of Chiefs of Police Inc. v. 63 no. 12, v. 64 no. 1-6, missing no. 4. 6 items. 1 of 3 folders.); 1996-1997/06

Box 148; Folder 6; Police Chief (Pub. of the International Association of Chiefs of Police Inc. v. 64 no. 7-8, 2 items. 2 of 3 folders.); 1997/07-1997/08

Box 148; Folder 7; Police Chief (Pub. of the International Association of Chiefs of Police Inc. v. 64 no. 9-11, missing no. 12, v. 65 no. 1. 4 items. 3 of 3 folders.); 1997/09-1998

Box 148; Folder 8; Popular Photography ("World's Largest Photo Magazine". v. 99 no. 7-9. 3 items. 1 of 5 folders.); 1992/07-1992/09

Box 149; Folder 1; Popular Photography ("World's Largest Photo Magazine". v. 99 no. 10-12. 3 items. 2 of 5 folders.); 1992/10-1992/12

Box 149; Folder 2; Popular Photography ("World's Largest Photo Magazine". v. 62 no. 2-5. 4 items. 3 of 5 folders.); 1998/02-1998/05

Box 149; Folder 3; Popular Photography ("World's Largest Photo Magazine". v. 62 no. 6-9. 4 items. 4 of 5 folders.); 1998/06-1998/09

Box 149; Folder 4; Popular Photography ("World's Largest Photo Magazine". v. 62 no. 10-12. 3 items. 5 of 5 folders.); 1998/10-1998/12

Box 149; Folder 5; Sheriff (Pub. of the National Sheriffs' Association. Various issues: v. 44 no. 3, v. 49 no. 6, v. 50 no. 1, and v. 50 no. 4. 4 items. 1 of 5 folders.); 1992-1998/08

Box 150; Folder 1; Sheriff (Pub. of the National Sheriffs' Association. v. 51 no. 1-6, missing no. 2. 5 items. 2 of 5 folders.); 1999/01-1999/12

Box 150; Folder 2; Sheriff (Pub. of the National Sheriffs' Association. v. 52 no. 1-3. 5 items. 3 of 5 folders.); 2000/01-2000/06

Box 150; Folder 3; Sheriff (Pub. of the National Sheriffs' Association. v. 52 no. 4-6, v. 53 no. 1-2. 5 items. 4 of 5 folders.); 2000/07-2001/04

Box 150; Folder 4; Sheriff (Pub. of the National Sheriffs' Association. v. 53 no. 3-5. 4 items. 5 of 5 folders.); 2001/05-2001/10

Box 150; Folder 5; Southwestern Association of Forensic Scientists Journal (SWAFS. v. 5 no. 2-3, v. 6 no. 1-3, v. 7 no. 1. 6 items. 1 of 5 folders.); 1983/03-1985/01

Box 150; Folder 6; Southwestern Association of Forensic Scientists Journal (SWAFS. v. 7 no. 2-3, v. 12 no. 2, v. 13 no. 2, v. 14 no. 1. 5 items. 2 of 5 folders.); 1985/04-1992/03

Box 151; Folder 1; Southwestern Association of Forensic Scientists Journal (SWAFS. v. 14 no. 2, v. 15 no. 1-2, v. 16 no. 1. 4 items. 3 of 5 folders.); 1992/09-1994/04

Box 151; Folder 2; Southwestern Association of Forensic Scientists Journal (SWAFS. v. 16 no. 2, v. 17 no. 1, v. 18 no. 1. 3 items. 4 of 5 folders.); 1994/10-1996/04

Box 151; Folder 3; Southwestern Association of Forensic Scientists Journal (SWAFS. v. 18 no. 2, v. 20 no. 1-2. 3 items. 5 of 5 folders.); 1996-1998

Box 151; Folder 4; The Technician in the Police Laboratory (Pub. by the Laboratory of the Missouri State Highway Patrol. v. 1 no. 1-4. 5 items. 1 of 3 folders.); 1943/05-1943/08

Box 151; Folder 5; The Technician in the Police Laboratory (Pub. by the Laboratory of the Missouri State Highway Patrol. v. 1 no. 5-9. 5 items. 2 of 3 folders.); 1943/09-1944/01

Box 151; Folder 6; The Technician in the Police Laboratory (Pub. by the Laboratory of the Missouri State Highway Patrol. v. 1 no. 10 and 12, missing no. 11. 2 items. 3 of 3 folders.); 1944/02-1944/04

Box 152; Folder 1; International Journal of Forensic Document Examiners (Pub. by Shunderson Communications. v. 1 no. 2-4. 3 items. 1 of 7 folders.); 1995/04-1995/12

Box 152; Folder 2; International Journal of Forensic Document Examiners (Pub. by Shunderson Communications. v. 2 no. 1-2. 2 items. 2 of 7 folders.); 1996/01-1996/06

Box 152; Folder 3; International Journal of Forensic Document Examiners (Pub. by Shunderson Communications. v. 2 no. 3-4. 2 items. 3 of 7 folders.); 1996/07-1996/12

Box 152; Folder 4; International Journal of Forensic Document Examiners (Pub. by Shunderson Communications. v. 3 no. 1-2. 2 items. 4 of 7 folders.); 1997/01-1997/06

Box 152; Folder 5; International Journal of Forensic Document Examiners (Pub. by Shunderson Communications. v. 3 no. 3-4. 2 items. 5 of 7 folders.); 1997/07-1997/12

Box 152; Folder 6; International Journal of Forensic Document Examiners (Pub. by Shunderson Communications. v. 4 no. 1-2. 2 items. 6 of 7 folders.); 1998/01-1998/06

Box 152; Folder 7; International Journal of Forensic Document Examiners (Pub. by Shunderson Communications. v. 4 no. 3-4. 2 items. 7 of 7 folders.); 1998/07-1998/12

Box 153; Folder 1; Journal of Forensic Sciences (Pub. of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. Comprehensive index. 1 item. 1 of 22 folders.); 1972-1986

Box 153; Folder 2; Journal of Forensic Sciences (Pub. of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. v. 18 no. 3, v. 22 no. 1 and 3. Missing no. 2. 3 items. 2 of 22 folders.); 1973/07-1977/07

Box 153; Folder 3; Journal of Forensic Sciences (Pub. of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. v. 22 no. 4, v. 23 no. 1-2. 3 items. 3 of 22 folders.); 1977/10-1978/04

Box 153; Folder 4; Journal of Forensic Sciences (Pub. of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. v. 23 no. 3-4. 2 items. 4 of 22 folders.); 1978/07-1978/10

Box 154; Folder 1; Journal of Forensic Sciences (Pub. of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. v. 24 no. 1-2. 2 items. 5 of 22 folders.); 1979/01-1979/04

Box 154; Folder 2; Journal of Forensic Sciences (Pub. of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. v. 24 no. 3-4. 2 items. 6 of 22 folders.); 1979/07-1979/10

Box 154; Folder 3; Journal of Forensic Sciences (Pub. of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. v. 25 no. 1-3. 2 items. 7 of 22 folders.); 1980/01-1980/07

Box 154; Folder 4; Journal of Forensic Sciences (Pub. of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. v. 25 no. 4, v. 26 no. 1-2. 3 items. 8 of 22 folders.); 1980/10-1981/04

Box 155; Folder 1; Journal of Forensic Sciences (Pub. of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. v. 26 no. 4, v. 27 no. 1-2. 3 items. 9 of 22 folders.); 1981/10-1982/04

Box 155; Folder 2; Journal of Forensic Sciences (Pub. of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. v. 27 no. 3-4, v. 28 no. 2. Missing no. 1. 3 items. 10 of 22 folders.); 1982/07-1983/04

Box 155; Folder 3; Journal of Forensic Sciences (Pub. of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. v. 28 no. 3-4, v. 29 no. 1. 3 items. 11 of 22 folders.); 1983/07-1984/01

Box 156; Folder 1; Journal of Forensic Sciences (Pub. of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. v. 29 no. 2-3. 3 items. 12 of 22 folders.); 1984/04-1984/07

Box 156; Folder 2; Journal of Forensic Sciences (Pub. of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. v. 29 no. 3-4. 3 items. 13 of 22 folders.); 1984/07-1984/10

Box 156; Folder 3; Journal of Forensic Sciences (Pub. of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. v. 30 no. 1-2. 3 items. 14 of 22 folders.); 1985/01-1985/04

Box 157; Folder 1; Journal of Forensic Sciences (Pub. of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. v. 30 no. 2-3. 2 items. 15 of 22 folders.); 1985/04-1985/07

Box 157; Folder 2; Journal of Forensic Sciences (Pub. of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. v. 30 no. 3-4. 2 items. 16 of 22 folders.); 1985/07-1985/10

Box 157; Folder 3; Journal of Forensic Sciences (Pub. of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. v. 30 no. 4. 1 item. 17 of 22 folders.); 1985/10

Box 157; Folder 4; Journal of Forensic Sciences (Pub. of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. v. 31 no. 1. 2 items. 18 of 22 folders.); 1986/01

Box 158; Folder 1; Journal of Forensic Sciences (Pub. of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. v. 31 no. 2-3. 2 items. 19 of 22 folders.); 1986/04-1986/07

Box 158; Folder 2; Journal of Forensic Sciences (Pub. of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. v. 31 no. 4. 2 items. 20 of 22 folders.); 1986/10

Box 158; Folder 3; Journal of Forensic Sciences (Pub. of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. v. 44 no. 1-2. 2 items. 21 of 22 folders.); 1999/01-1999/03

Box 158; Folder 4; Journal of Forensic Sciences (Pub. of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. v. 44 no. 3-5. 3 items. 22 of 22 folders.); 1999/05-1999/09

Box 159; Folder 1; American Journal of Police Science (Pub. for the Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory. v. 1 no. 1-3. 3 items. 1 of 5 folders.); 1930/01-1930/06

Box 159; Folder 2; American Journal of Police Science (Pub. for the Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory. v. 1 no. 4 and 6, missing no. 5. v. 2 no. 1. 3 items. 2 of 5 folders.); 1930/07-1931-02

Box 159; Folder 3; American Journal of Police Science (Pub. for the Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory. v. 2 no. 1-3. 3 items. 3 of 5 folders.); 1931/01-1931/06

Box 160; Folder 1; American Journal of Police Science (Pub. for the Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory. v. 2 no. 3-4. 3 items. 4 of 5 folders.); 1931/05-1931/08

Box 160; Folder 2; American Journal of Police Science (Pub. for the Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory. v. 2 no. 5-6 and index, v. 3 no. 1-2. 5 items. 5 of 5 folders.); 1931/09-1932/04

Box 160; Folder 3; Journal of Police Science and Administration (Pub. of the International Chiefs of Police. v. 16 no. 1-4. 4 items. 1 of 4 folders.); 1988/03-1988/12

Box 160; Folder 4; Journal of Police Science and Administration (Pub. of the International Chiefs of Police. v. 15 no. 1-4. 4 items. 2 of 4 folders.); 1987/03-1987/12

Box 160; Folder 5; Journal of Police Science and Administration (Pub. of the International Chiefs of Police. v. 1 no. 3-4. 2 items. 3 of 4 folders.); 1973/09-1973/12

Box 160; Folder 6; Journal of Police Science and Administration (Pub. of the International Chiefs of Police. v. 1 no. 1-2. 2 items. 4 of 4 folders.); 1973/03-1973/06

Box 161; Folder 1; Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology (Pub. for the American Institute of Criminal Law. v. 23 no. 2, v. 24 no. 1. 2 items. 1 of 4 folders.); 1932/07-1933/06

Box 161; Folder 2; Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology (Pub. for the American Institute of Criminal Law. v. 24 no. 2-4. 3 items. 2 of 4 folders.); 1933/07-1933/12

Box 161; Folder 3; Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology (Pub. for the American Institute of Criminal Law. v. 41 no. 2-4. 3 items. 3 of 4 folders.); 1950/07-1950/12

Box 161; Folder 4; Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology (Pub. for the American Institute of Criminal Law. v. 41 no. 5-6. 2 items. 4 of 4 folders.); 1951/01-1951/04

Box 162; Folder 1; Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology and Police Science (Pub. by Northwestern Univ. School of Law. v. 42 no. 1-2. 2 items. 1 of 17 folders.); 1951/05-1951/08

Box 162; Folder 2; Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology and Police Science (Pub. by Northwestern Univ. School of Law. v. 42 no. 3-4. 2 items. 2 of 17 folders.); 1951/09-1951/12

Box 162; Folder 3; Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology and Police Science (Pub. by Northwestern Univ. School of Law. v. 42 no. 5-6. 2 items. 3 of 17 folders.); 1952/01-1952/04

Box 163; Folder 1; Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology and Police Science (Pub. by Northwestern Univ. School of Law. v. 43 no. 2-4. 3 items. 4 of 17 folders.); 1952/07-1952/12

Box 163; Folder 2; Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology and Police Science (Pub. by Northwestern Univ. School of Law. v. 43 no. 5-6. 2 items. 5 of 17 folders.); 1953/01-1953/04

Box 163; Folder 3; Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology and Police Science (Pub. by Northwestern Univ. School of Law. v. 44 no. 1-4. 4 items. 6 of 17 folders.); 1953/05-1953/12

Box 163; Folder 4; Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology and Police Science (Pub. by Northwestern Univ. School of Law. v. 44 no. 5-6, v. 45 no. 1-2. 4 items. 7 of 17 folders.); 1954/01-1954/08

Box 163; Folder 5; Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology and Police Science (Pub. by Northwestern Univ. School of Law. v. 45 no. 3-4. 2 items. 8 of 17 folders.); 1954/09-1954/12

Box 164; Folder 1; Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology and Police Science (Pub. by Northwestern Univ. School of Law. v. 45 no. 5-6. 2 items. 9 of 17 folders.); 1955/01-1955/04

Box 164; Folder 2; Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology and Police Science (Pub. by Northwestern Univ. School of Law. v. 46 no. 1-6, missing no. 4-5. 4 items. 10 of 17 folders.); 1955/07-1956/04

Box 164; Folder 3; Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology and Police Science (Pub. by Northwestern Univ. School of Law. v. 47 no. 1-4. 4 items. 11 of 17 folders.); 1956/05-1956/12

Box 164; Folder 4; Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology and Police Science (Pub. by Northwestern Univ. School of Law. v. 47 no. 5-6, v. 48 no. 1-2. 4 items. 12 of 17 folders.); 1957/01-1957/08

Box 164; Folder 5; Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology and Police Science (Pub. by Northwestern Univ. School of Law. v. 48 no. 3-4. 2 items. 13 of 17 folders.); 1957/09-1957/12

Box 165; Folder 1; Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology and Police Science (Pub. by Northwestern Univ. School of Law. v. 48 no. 5-6. 2 items. 14 of 17 folders.); 1958/01-195804

Box 165; Folder 2; Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology and Police Science (Pub. by Northwestern Univ. School of Law. v. 49 no. 1-4. 4 items. 15 of 17 folders.); 1958/07-1958/12

Box 165; Folder 3; Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology and Police Science (Pub. by Northwestern Univ. School of Law. v. 49 no. 5-6, v. 50 no. 3, v. 54 no. 3. 4 items. 16 of 17 folders.); 1959-1963

Box 165; Folder 4; Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology and Police Science (Pub. by Northwestern Univ. School of Law. Index v. 1 through 61, photocopy. 1 item. 17 of 17 folders.); 1910-1970

Box 165; Folder 5; Journal of the Forensic Science Society (v. 5 no. 1-4. 4 items. 1 of 13 folders.); 1965/01-1965/10

Box 166; Folder 1; Journal of the Forensic Science Society (v. 6 no. 1-4. 4 items. 2 of 13 folders.); 1966/01-1966/10

Box 166; Folder 2; Journal of the Forensic Science Society (v. 7 no. 1-4. 4 items. 3 of 13 folders.); 1967/01-1967/10

Box 166; Folder 3; Journal of the Forensic Science Society (v. 8 no. 1-4. 3 items. 4 of 13 folders.); 1968/01-1968/12

Box 166; Folder 4; Journal of the Forensic Science Society (v. 9 no. 1-4. 2 items. 5 of 13 folders.); 1969/07-1969/12

Box 166; Folder 5; Journal of the Forensic Science Society (v. 10 no. 1-4. 4 items. 6 of 13 folders.); 1970/01-1970/10

Box 166; Folder 6; Journal of the Forensic Science Society (v. 11 no. 1-2. 2 items. 7 of 13 folders.); 1971/01-1971/04

Box 167; Folder 1; Journal of the Forensic Science Society (v. 11 no. 3-4, v. 12 no. 1-2. 4 items. 8 of 13 folders.); 1971/07-1972/04

Box 167; Folder 2; Journal of the Forensic Science Society (v. 12 no. 3-4, v. 13 no. 1. 4 items. 9 of 13 folders.); 1972/07-1973/01

Box 167; Folder 3; Journal of the Forensic Science Society (v. 13 no. 2-3. 3 items. 10 of 13 folders.); 1973/04-1973/07

Box 167; Folder 4; Journal of the Forensic Science Society (v. 13 no. 4, v. 14 no. 1-3. 4 items. 11 of 13 folders.); 1973/10-1974/07

Box 167; Folder 5; Journal of the Forensic Science Society (v. 14 no. 3-4. 2 items. 12 of 13 folders.); 1974/07-1974/10

Box 168; Folder 1; Journal of the Forensic Science Society (v. 17 no. 1, v. 21 no. 3-4. 3 items. 13 of 13 folders.); 1977-1981

Box 168; Folder 2; Fingerprint Whorld (Pub. of the Fingerprint Society. v. 3 no. 9-11. 3 items. 1 of 14 folders.) ; 1977/07-1978/01

Box 168; Folder 3; Fingerprint Whorld (Pub. of the Fingerprint Society. v. 1 no. 1-4, v. 2 no. 5-8, some issues are misnumbered. Includes photocopies of issues. 8 items. 2 of 14 folders.) ; 1975/07-1977/04

Box 168; Folder 4; Fingerprint Whorld (Pub. of the Fingerprint Society. v. 3 no. 12, v. 4 no. 13-16, v. 5 no. 17-20, v. 6 no. 21-34, v. 7 no. 25-28, v. 8 no. 29. 23 items. 3 of 14 folders.) ; 1978/04-1982/07

Box 168; Folder 5; Fingerprint Whorld (Pub. of the Fingerprint Society. v. 8 no. 29-32, v. 9 no. 33-36. 12 items. 4 of 14 folders.) ; 1982/07-1984/04

Box 168; Folder 6; Fingerprint Whorld (Pub. of the Fingerprint Society. v. 9 no. 36, v. 10 no. 37-40, v. 11 no. 41. 9 items. 5 of 14 folders.) ; 1984/04-1985/07

Box 168; Folder 7; Fingerprint Whorld (Pub. of the Fingerprint Society. v. 11 no. 41-44, v. 12 no. 45-48, v. 13 no. 49-52, v. 14 no. 53-55. 23 items. 6 of 14 folders.) ; 1985/07-1989/01

Box 168; Folder 8; Fingerprint Whorld (Pub. of the Fingerprint Society. v. 14 no. 55-56, v. 15 no. 57-60. 11 items. 7 of 14 folders.) ; 1989/01-1990/04

Box 168; Folder 9; Fingerprint Whorld (Pub. of the Fingerprint Society. v. 16 no. 61-64, v. 17 no. 65-66, v. 18 no. 67-68. 10 items. 8 of 14 folders.) ; 1990/07-1992/04

Box 169; Folder 1; Fingerprint Whorld (Pub. of the Fingerprint Society. v. 18 no. 68-70, v. 19 no. 71-72. 8 items. 9 of 14 folders.) ; 1992/04-1993/04

Box 169; Folder 2; Fingerprint Whorld (Pub. of the Fingerprint Society. v. 19 no. 73-74, v. 20 no. 75-77. 8 items. 10 of 14 folders.) ; 1993/07-1994/07

Box 169; Folder 3; Fingerprint Whorld (Pub. of the Fingerprint Society. v. 20 no. 78, v. 21 no. 79-82. 8 items. 11 of 14 folders.) ; 1994/10-1995/10

Box 169; Folder 4; Fingerprint Whorld (Pub. of the Fingerprint Society. v. 22 no. 83-86, v. 23 no. 87-90, v. 24 no. 91-94. 15 items. 12 of 14 folders.) ; 1996/01-1998/10

Box 169; Folder 5; Fingerprint Whorld (Pub. of the Fingerprint Society. v. 25 no. 95-98, v. 26 no. 99. 8 items. 13 of 14 folders.) ; 1999/01-2000/01

Box 170; Folder 1; Fingerprint Whorld (Pub. of the Fingerprint Society. v. 26 no. 100, v. 27 no. 104-105. 3 items. 14 of 14 folders.) ; 2000-2001

Box 170; Folder 2; Ridge Detail in Nature (Pub. of the Fingerprint Society, as supplement for Fingerprint Whorld. Photocopies. 3 items. 1 of 3 folders.); 1984

Box 170; Folder 3; Ridge Detail in Nature (Pub. of the Fingerprint Society, as supplement for Fingerprint Whorld. Photocopies. 5 items. 2 of 3 folders.); 1986-1990

Box 170; Folder 4; Ridge Detail in Nature (Pub. of the Fingerprint Society, as supplement for Fingerprint Whorld. Photocopies. 2 items. 3 of 3 folders.); 1990/1992

Box 170; Folder 5; Single issues (International Identification Outlook, v. 1 no. 4. American Journal of Clinical Pathology, v. 4 no. 1. Arizona Highway Patrolman, Fall issue. 3 items.); 1916, 1934, 1996

Box 170; Folder 6; Single issues (AFTE Journal, v. 18 no. 2. Tie-Line, v. 16 no. 1. 2 items.); 1986, 1991

Box 170; Folder 7; Single issues (Connecticut's Finest, Henry Lee on cover, Winter issue. Academy News, for the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, v. 27 no. 2. American Laboratory, v. 31 no. 20. 3 items.); 1988, 1997, 1999

Box 170; Folder 8; Single issues (National Institute of Justice Reports, no. 223 Jan/Feb. Newsletter of the American Dermatoglyphics Association, v. 17 Spring. Sheriff Times, ph.V 1 no. 6, Winter. Scientific American, v. 265 no. 2. F.I.R.R.S., Info Package, May. 5 items.); 1991, 1993, 1998, 2001

Box 171; Folder 1; Single issues (Master Detective, v. 70 no. 3, June. Military Police Journal, v. 19 no. 4. EPIC Journal, v. 24 no. 1. 3 items.); 1965, 1969, 2000

Box 171; Folder 2; Single issues (Innovation Exchange, issue 6 Winter, Jerusalem, Israel. Law Enforcement Trainer, v. 12 no. 4. Experts, v. 5 no. 1 Spring. Prairie Whorlwind, v. 8 no. 2-3. 4 items.); 1983-1999

Series 7) IAI Library--Foreign Language:

Box 171; Folder 3; Books--Russian (Sudebnaia Fotografiia by A.V. Dulova; Tovarishch Militsiia by IU.M. Churbanov. 2 items.); 1978, 1980

Box 171; Folder 4; Books--Russian (Morfologicheskie Osobennosti Volos Cheloveka v Aspekte Sudebno-Meditsinskoi Ekspertizy by L.O. Barsegiants, and M.F. Vereshchaka. Sovetskij Ugolovnyj Process by B.T. Bezlepkin, et al. Kratkii Anglo-Russkii i Russko-Angliiskii Slovar Ugolovnogo Zhargona by IU.P. Dubiagin, and E.A. Teplitskii. Kriminalistika by B.M. Shaver and A.I. Vinberg. 4 items.); 1940-1993

Box 171; Folder 5; Books--Russian (Atlas po Sudebnoi Meditsine by A.A. Solokhin, et al. Kriminalistika by N.F. Panteleeva and N.A. Selivanova. 2 items.); 1981, 1988

Box 172; Folder 1; Books--Russian (Sovetskaeii'a Milieti'sieii'a by A.P. Kosieti'syn.); 1987

Box 172; Folder 2; Books--Russian (Kriminalistika: Ucebnik dlja studentov vyssich ucebnych,by N.P. Jablokov and V. Ja. Koldin.); 1990

Box 172; Folder 3; Books--Russian (Praktikum po Kriminalistike by N.P. Jablokova.); 1989

Box 172; Folder 4; Books--Russian (Osnovy patologicheskoi anatomii: elementarnyi... by M. Nikiforov.); 1900

Box 172; Folder 5; Books--Russian (Sovetskaeiia Milieti'sieii'a, 1917-1987 by V.N. Shashkova and V.V. Denisov.); 1987

Box 173; Folder 1; Books--Russian (Kriminalistika: Kratkaeiia ceneti'siklopedieii'a by R.S. Belkin. Al'bom Skhem po Kriminalistike with governmental author. 3 items.); 1989, 1993

Box 173; Folder 2; Books--Russian (Kriminalisticheskoe Opisanie Vneshnosti Cheloveka by A. M. Zinin. 2 items.); 1988

Box 173; Folder 3; Books--Russian (Protsessual'nye Akty Predvaritel'nogo Rassledovaniia by S.V. Borodina.); 1991

Box 173; Folder 4; Books--Russian (Laboratornye i Spetsial'nye Metody Issledovaniia v Sudebnoaei Meditsine by V.I. Pashkovoi and V.V. Tomilina.); 1975

Box 173; Folder 5; Books--Russian (Praktikum po Kriminalistike by A.N. VasilSeva.); 1976

Box 173; Folder 6; Books--Russian (Kriminalisticheskaia Tekhnika by E.A. Finn.); 1959

Box 174; Folder 1; Books--Russian (Daktiloskopicheskaia Ekspertiza by V.K. Antziforov, V.E. Kornoukhov. 2 items.); 1990

Box 174; Folder 2; Books--Russian (Kriminalisticheskoe Issledovanie Oruzhiia i Sledov ego Primeneniia by M.N. Rusakov.); 1981

Box 174; Folder 3; Books--Russian (Kriminalisticheskaia Kibernetika by N.S. Polevoaei. 2 items.); 1982

Box 174; Folder 4; Books--Russian (Sudebnaia Meditsina by V.N. Kriukova.); 1990

Box 175; Folder 1; Books--Russian (Stalin by Laslo Beladi and Tamash Kraus. Sudebnaia Meditzina by A. A. Matysheva and A.R. Denkovskogo. 2 items.); 1985, 1990

Box 175; Folder 2; Books--Russian (Rossiiskii Syshchik by V. I. Collecte Kolesnikov and Nikolaaei Modestov. Sudebno-Meditsinskoe Issledovanie Trupa by A.P. Gromova and A.V. Kapustina. 2 items.); 1991, 1993

Box 175; Folder 3; Books--Russian (V Mire Kriminalistiki by I.F. Krylov. Ognestrel'nye Povrezhdeniia i ikh Sudebno-Meditsinskaia Ekspertiza by V. I. Molchanov, V.L. Popov, and K. N. Kalmykov. 2 items.); 1980, 1990

Box 175; Folder 4; Books--Russian (Kriminalistika, Problemy, Tendenetisii, Perspektivy by R.S. Belkin. Sudebno-Meditsinskaia Kazuistika by V.L. Popov. 2 items.); 1987, 1991

Box 175; Folder 5; Books--Russian (Kriminalistika by I.F. Panteleeva and N.A. Selivanova.); 1984

Box 176; Folder 1; Books--Russian (Ocherki Istorii Kriminalistiki i Kriminalisticheskoi Ekspertizy by I.F. Krylov. Nekotorye Aktual'nye Voprosy Biologii i Meditsiny by N.A. Semeinoi and V.V. Kostinoi. 2 items.); 1974, 1975

Box 176; Folder 2; Books--Russian (Osmotr Mesta Proisshestviia: dlia Rabotnikov MVD by I.V. Bodunova and B.M. Komarinets. Atlas Neobychnykh Papilliarnykh Uzorov or Atlas of the Unusual Papilla Patterns by S.S. Samishchenko. 2 items.); 1947, 2001

Box 176; Folder 3; Books--Russian (Chernoe Dos'e Ekspertov-Fal'sifikatorov by A.I. Vinberg. Sudebno-Meditsinskoe Issledovanie Izolirovannykh Kletok... by A.P. Zagriadskaia, A.L. Fedorovtsev, and E.I. Koroleva. Ugolovno-Protessual'nyi Kodeks RSFSR by Ministerstvo IUstitsii RSFSR, Motinoi E.A. 5 items.); 1984, 1990

Box 176; Folder 4; Books--Russian (Statisticheskaia Daktiloskopiia: Metodologicheskie Problemy by L.G. Zdzhybova. Teoriia i Praktika Kriminalisticheskoi Ekspertizy, Sbornik 8 by V.P. Kolmakov. Kholodnoe Oruzhie: Prakticheskoe Posobie by A.I. Ustinov, M.cE. Portnov, and E.N. Denisov. 3 items.); 1961, 1999

Box 176; Folder 5; Books--Russian (Sovetskie Kriminalisty: Biobibliograficheskiaei Spravochnik by T.V. AverSeii'anova and N.N. Lysov. Sudebnomeditsinskoe Issledovanie Veshchestvennykh DokazatelSstv by Marieii'a Aleksandrovna Bronnikova. 2 items.); 1947, 1991

Box 176; Folder 6; Books--Russian (Rukovodstvo po Osmotru Mesta Prestuplenia by B.M. Komarinets and B.I. Shevchenko.); 1938

Box 177; Folder 1; Books--Russian (Rassledovanie Ubiistv: Metodicheckoe Posobie by Vsesoiuznyi Nauchno-Issledovatel'skii Institut Kriminalistiki.); 1954

Box 177; Folder 2; Books--Russian (Ocherki po Istorii Iuridicheskikh Nauchnykh Uchrezhdeniaei v SSSR by V.M. Kurieti'syn, A.F. Shebanov, et al. Osmotr Mesta Proisshestviia: Spravochnik Sledovatelia by I.E. Bykhovskiaei and A.A. Levi. 2 items.); 1976, 1982

Box 177; Folder 3; Books (In Chinese. Fan zui zhen cha zhong zhi wu zhong or Physical Evidence in Criminal Investigation by Li Chang Jue, Henry Lee. Song ti xin xi yuan ji lu or Hsi yuan lu, Instruction for Coroners, "first historical document of forensic science in Chinese history, dated back 700 years ago" by Ci Song. 2 items.); 1991, 1994

Box 178; Folder 1; Books (In German. Der Fall Blomert: eine kriminalwissenschaftliche Dokumentation by Frank Arnau. Der Fall Bruhne-Ferbach: Autopsie eines Urteils by Frank Arnau. 2 items.); 1965

Box 178; Folder 2; Books (In German, Handbuch der kriminalistischen Photographie fur beamte der Gerichte,by Friedrich Paul. In Swedish, Identifieringslarans grunder by Sven Arne Eriksson and Olle Rispling. 2 items.); 1959, 1900

Box 178; Folder 3; Books (In Spanish. Dactiloscopia Comparada, el Nuevo Sistema Argentino by Juan Vucetich. Fragile.); 1904

Box 178; Folder 4; Books (In French. Reconnaissance Automatique et Analyse Statistique des Minuties sur les Empreintes Digitales by Christophe Champod.); 1996

Box 178; Folder 5; Books (In Spanish. Asaltos a bancos en Venezuela y America by Alfonso Quiroz Cuaron. Psicoanalisis del magnicidio by Alfonso Quiroz Cuaron and Samuel Maynez Puente. 2 items.); 1964, 1965

Box 178; Folder 6; Books (In Spanish. La identificacion criminal y la policia cientifica en Mexico by Ernesto Abreau Gomez. Dactiloscopia a comparada, el nuevo sistema argentino by Juan Vucetich. 2 items.); 1904, 1951

Box 179; Folder 1; Books (In German. Kunst der Falscher, Falscher der Kunst by Fran Arnau and Heinrich Schmitt.); 1969

Box 179; Folder 2; Books (In German. Menschenraub by Frank Arnau. 2 items.); 1968

Box 179; Folder 3; Books (In Norwegian. Praktisk Fingeravtrykkslaere by Einar Engeset.); 1967

Box 179; Folder 4; Books (In Portuguese, Falsificacao de Documentos Antigos by Leonardo Rodrigues. In Dutch, Het Identificatieproces van Dactyloscopische Sporen by A.J. Zeelenberg and W. Simon. In Latin, Commentatio de examine physiologico organi visus by J.E. Purkinje. 4 items.); 1937, 1989, 1993

Box 180; Folder 1; Pamphlets, Reprints, Journals (In Italian, Istruzioni per il Segnalamento co, from Ministero Degli Interni, Rome. In Spanish, Revista de Identificacion y Ciencias Penales, Ano IX, Tomo XIV, no. 52 a 54, Julio a Diciembre, main authors Luis Reyna Almandos and Museo Vucetich. 2 items.); 1910, 1936

Box 180; Folder 2; "Pamphlets, Reprints, Journals (Systima Dekadaktylikis Taxinomiseos), "Constantinos Marzkatos" handwritten on cover, Athens. In Portuguese, A Hereditariedade Grafica e a Escrita does Gemeos, by Jose del Picchia Filho, from Revista "Investigaoes" Ano III, Fevereiro, No. 26, Sao Paulo. Manual para a Classificaao de Impressoes Digitais, by Carlos Kehdy, Escola de Policia, Sao Paulo, Brazil. In Spanish, Cursos de Experto en Criminalistica y de Criminologo, Facultad de Derecho, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico. 4 items.)"; 1946, 1951, 1965

Box 180; Folder 3; Pamphlets, Reprints, Journals (IAI Bulletins and some issues of Minutiae translated into Russian, no. 3-9, Lightning Powder Company.); 1998-1999

Box 180; Folder 4; Pamphlets, Reprints, Journals (In Russian. Nastavlenie dlia Proizvodstva Sydebno-Meditsinskoj ekspertizy, N. L. Poljiakov, Leningrad. Osmotr Mesta Proisshestviia po Delam, Svjazannym s Primeneniem Ognestrel'nogo Oruzhiia, by V. M. Plesckachevskii, Moscow. Kriminalisticheskoe Issledovanie volos Mlekopitaiushchikh Otriada Parnokopytnykh, by Zh. M. Nikiforova and O. I. Razorenova, Moscow. 3 items.); 1928, 1988, 1992

Box 180; Folder 5; Pamphlets, Reprints, Journals (In Russian. Lokalizatsiia Otobrazivshegosia v Slede Uchastka Papilliarnogo Uzora I Otsenka Identifikatsionnii Znachimosti ego Prinznakov, by G. L. Granovskii, Kiev. Identifikatsiia Cheloveka I Diagnostika ego Svoistv Otobrazhaiushchikhsia v Sledakh, Sydebnoi ekspertizy, Moscow. 2 items.); 1967, 1993

Box 180; Folder 6; Pamphlets, Reprints, Journals (In Russian. Obzornaia Informatsiia, Moscow, serial pub. of Soviet Union, no. 4 and 5. eksperess-Informatsiia, Vypusk 3, serial pub., two issues: "Novye Razrabotki, Tekhnicheskie Priemy i Sredstva Sydebnoi ekspertizy" 1991, 1-28 and "Sudebnaia ekspertiza za Rubezhom" 1993, 1-16. 4 items.); 1980-1993

Box 180; Folder 7; Pamphlets, Reprints, Journals (Technikes Emfaniseos Apotypomaton), Epimeleia. In Russian, Tekhniko-Kriminalisticheskie Metody Ustanovleniia Priznakov Neizvestnogo Prestupnika po ego Sledam by Sh. N. Khaziev, Moscow. In Russian, Kriminalisticheskoe Issledovanie Zalakhovykh Sledov, Metodicheskie i Protsessual'nyi Aspekt by Zasedaniia Uchenogo Soveta Vnkc Mvd SSSR, Moscow. Ispol'zovanie Rastvorov Polimerov dlia Kopirovaniia Sledov by S.S. Samishchenko, V.A. Ivashkov, V.A. Kuznetsov, and P.A. Khitev. 4 items.); 1986, 1989, 1991

Box 180; Folder 8; Pamphlets, Reprints, Journals (In Russian. Politseiskaia Tekhnika or Police Technology, English-Russian dictionary by I.B. Popov. Metody Obnaruzheniia I Fiksatsii Sledov Ruk by G.L. Granovskii, Moscow. Rol' Uceniia E. F. Burinskogo v Formirovanii Otechestvennoi Kriminalistiki by A.I. Vinberg, Volgograd. Spokoino! Streliaiu Pistoleti Revol'ver v Rossii, Sostavitel' Fedoseev S.L., Izdatel'stvo "Rusland" Moscow. 4 items.); 1973, 1981, 1992

Box 180; Folder 9; Pamphlets, Reprints, Journals (In Russian. Rekonstruktsiia v Rassledovanii Prestuplenii by I.M. Luzgin, Volgograd. Metodicheskoe Pis'mo, Trasologicheskoe Issledovanie Sledov Krovi na Odezhde, RSFSR, Moscow. Opredelenie Tipov I Modelei Avtotransportnykh Spedstv po Sledam Shin by F.P. Sova, Moscow. Sledstvennaia Praktika, Metodicheskoe Posobie, Vypusk 1, Moscow. Slovar' Spetsial'nykh Terminov Kriminalisticheskoi ekspertizy Kholodnogo Oruzhiia, Dlia Sluzhebnogo Pol'zovaniia, ekz. no. 000138, Moscow. 5 items.); 1944, 1966, 1970, 1981, 1993

Box 180; Folder 10; Pamphlets, Reprints, Journals (In Russian. Vliianie Nekotorykh Strukturno-Vozrastnykh Osobennostei Rebernykh Khriashchei na Vyrazhennost' v Povrezhdeniiakh Sledov Mikrorel'efa Lezviia Klinka Koliushche-Rezhushchego Orudiia, no. 14.00.24 Sudebnaia Meditsina, Samishchenko Sergei Stepanovich, S.M. Kirova, A.P. Zagriadskaia, et.al., Barnaul. Spektral'nyi Analiz T. II, V.G. Koloshchnikov, Moscow. Rabota so Sledami Ruk na Meste Proisshestviia, V.A. Ivashkov, no. 002380, Moscow. 3 items.; 1979, 1991, 1992

Series 7) IAI Library--Books:

Box 181; Folder 1; Household Bacteriology for Students in Domestic Sciences by Estelle D. Buchanan and Robert Earle Buchanan.; 1913

Box 181; Folder 2; A College Text-book of Physics by Arthur L. Kimball.; 1911

Box 181; Folder 3; Hands Up! in the World of Crime: or 12 Years a Detective by Clifton R. Woolredge.; 1906

Box 182; Folder 1; Celluloid: Its Raw Material, Manufacture, Properties and Uses... by Charles Salter and Friedrich Bockmann.; 1907

Box 182; Folder 2; Plane and Solid Geometry by George Wentworth and David Eugene Smith.; 1913

Box 182; Folder 3; Criminal Investigation: a Practical Handbook for Magistrates, Police Officers, and Lawyers, translated and adapted from the System der kriminalistik of Dr. Hans Gross by John Adam and J. Collyer Adam.; 1907

Box 182; Folder 4; Finger Print Classification by Lee Seymour. Identification of habitual criminals: Report of a committee appointed by the Secretary of State to inquire into the best means available for identifying habitual criminals; with minutes of evidence and appendices, Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty, contrib. Charles Edward Troup. 2 items.; 1894, 1913

Box 183; Folder 1; Crime Detection by F. Dalton O'Sullivan.; 1928

Box 183; Folder 2; Decipherment of Blurred Finger Prints by Francis Galton. An Introduction to the Analytical Chemistry of the Rarer Elements by Louis J. Curtman. 2 items.; 1893, 1922

Box 183; Folder 3; Practical Physical Chemistry by Alex Findlay. (Note: In protective sleeve acting as "folder" for proper data access in catalog.); 1921

Box 183; Folder 4; Finger Print Companion: [a practical handbook] by Hem Chandra Bose. (Note: In protective sleeve acting as "folder" for proper data access in catalog.); 1927

Box 183; Folder 5; Woven Wire Screen and Wire Cloth Products by Newark Wire Cloth Co. (Note: In protective sleeve acting as "folder" for proper data access in catalog.); 1928

Box 183; Folder 6; Reactions of Cations and Anions by W.L. Estabrooke. (Note: In protective sleeve acting as "folder" for proper data access in catalog.); 1923

Box 183; Folder 7; Distant Identification and One-Finger Registration by Hakon Jorgensen, photocopied item. (Note: In protective sleeve acting as "folder" for proper data access in catalog.); 1923

Box 184; Folder 1; Pathological Lying, Accusation, and Swindling: a Study in Forensic Psychology by William Healy and Mary Tenney Healy.; 1922

Box 184; Folder 2; Pocket Manual of Textile Printing by Farbwerke Lucius & Bruning, firm, Hoechst a.M. Reagents and reactions by Edgardo Tognoli, translated by C. Ainsworth Mitchell. 2 items.; 1918, 1923

Box 184; Folder 3; The Synthetic Use of Metals in Organic Chemistry by Arthur J. Hale. Essentials of Histology by Louis Leroy, 1909. 2 items.; 1914

Box 184; Folder 4; Finger Print Instruction Book founded on "Finger print classification" by Lee Seymour, issued by Evans National Mfg. and Supply Co. Homicide Investigation: a pocket companion for the district attorney, lawyer and detective with a complete digest of evidence pertaining to homicide by Harold A. Frankel. 2 items.; 1917, 1931

Box 184; Folder 5; Photographic Emulsions: their preparation and coating on glass, celluloid and paper, experimentally and on the large scale by E.J. Wall. Applied Graphology: a textbook on character analysis from handwriting: for the practical use,by Albert J. Smith. 2 items.; 1920, 1929

Box 185; Folder 1; Criminal Investigation: a practical textbook for magistrates, police officers and lawyers adapted from the System der kriminalistik of Dr. Hans Gross by J. Collyer Adam.; 1924

Box 185; Folder 2; Organic Chemistry by William Henry Perkin. Modern Inorganic Chemistry by J. W. Mellor. 2 items.; 1920, 1923

Box 185; Folder 3; Finger Prints Simplified: a handbook of the science of finger print identification by James Holt.; 1920

Box 185; Folder 4; Patents, Trade-marks and Copyrights: Law and Practice by Oscar A. Geier. The Laboratory Detective by Harry S. Pickering. 3 items.; 1930, 1937

Box 185; Folder 5; A Manual of Practical Dactylography by Dr. Henry Faulds. 2 items. ; 1923

Box 186; Folder 1; Rules and Regulations of the Director of Corrections and the Warden of the California State Prison at San Quentin, Richard A. McGee. (Note: In protective sleeve acting as "folder".); 1949

Box 186; Folder 2; Your Hands: a practical guide to self hand analysis by Josef Ranald. (Note: In protective sleeve acting as "folder" for proper data access in catalog.); 1933

Box 186; Folder 3; Classification of Fingerprints, John Edgar Hoover director, U. S. FBI. (Note: In protective sleeve acting as "folder" for proper data access in catalog.); 1939

Box 186; Folder 4; Criminal Investigation, U. S. War Department, field manual. (Note: In protective sleeve acting as "folder" for proper data access in catalog.); 1946

Box 186; Folder 5; Classification of Fingerprints, John Edgar Hoover director, U. S. FBI. (Note: In protective sleeve acting as "folder" for proper data access in catalog.); 1945

Box 186; Folder 6; American system of fingerprint classification, John A. Lyons, William E. Leonard, Paul D. McCann, New York State Dept. of Correction. (Note: In protective sleeve acting as "folder" for proper data access in catalog.); 1944

Box 187; Folder 1; Van Nostrand's Chemical Annual, 7th issue, John C. Olsen.; 1926

Box 187; Folder 2; Police Methods for Today and Tomorrow by George D. Callan, in collaboration with Richard Stephenson.; 1939

Box 187; Folder 3; Personal Identification: methods for the identification of individuals, living or dead by Harris Hawthorne Wilder and Bert Wentworth.; 1918

Box 187; Folder 4; The Fingerprint Quizzer: over 650 questions and answers, 10 actual sets of fingerprints included, previous city, state & federal fingerprint examinations, compiled & edited by A.J. Berman & Joseph D. Schneeweiss. (Note: In protective sleeve acting as "folder" for proper data access in catalog.); 1942

Box 187; Folder 5; Criminal Investigation: the investigation of criminal cases, the securing of evidence and its proper presentation in court by Charles W. Fricke. (Note: In protective sleeve acting as "folder" for proper data access in catalog.); 1949

Box 188; Folder 1; A Manual of Normal Histology and Organography by Charles Hill, 1921 printing.; 1917

Box 188; Folder 2; Inks: their composition and manufacture: including methods of examination and a full list of British patents by C. Ainsworth Mitchell.; 1937

Box 188; Folder 3; The identification of firearms and forensic ballistics by Major Gerald Burrard.; 1934

Box 188; Folder 4; Finger Print Technique by Jess Nathan. (Note: In protective sleeve acting as "folder" for proper data access in catalog.); 1937

Box 189; Folder 1; Modern Criminal Investigation by Harry Soderman and John J. O'Connell; drawings by Charles A. Harrold.; 1940

Box 189; Folder 2; Phantastica, narcotic and stimulating drugs: their use and abuse by Louis Lewin.; 1931

Box 189; Folder 3; Supplement to McGovney's Cases on Constitutional Law by Dudley O. McGovney.; 1946

Box 189; Folder 4; The Laboratory Detective by Harry S. Pickering. The Science of Finger Printing by Charles B. Dunlap, Jr. Scientific Murder Investigation by Luke S. May. Experiments in Atomic Science for the Amateur by James L. Clifford. 4 items.; 1930, 1932, 1933, 1937

Box 190; Folder 1; The Medicolegal Necropsy: a symposium held at the twelfth annual convention of the American society of clinical pathologists at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, June 9, 1933, edited for the society by Thomas B. Magath.; 1934

Box 190; Folder 2; Graphic Graflex Photography: the master book for the larger camera, Willard D. Morgan, Henry M. Lester, and thirty-seven contributors.; 1947

Box 190; Folder 3; Synthetic Organic Chemicals, The Sharples Solvents Corp. Nitrocellulose for the manufacture of lacquers, coated textiles, celluloid, collodion, and miscellaneous pyroxylin solutions, Herculers Powder Company. 2 items.; 1931, 1939

Box 190; Folder 4; Questioned Document Problems: the discovery and proof of the facts by Albert S. Osborn.; 1946

Box 190; Folder 5; Finger Print Expert by Harold A. Frankel, foreword by William B. Mills. Criminal Investigation: the investigation of criminal cases, the securing of evidence and its proper presentation in court by Charles W. Fricke. 2 items.; 1932, 1933

Box 191; Folder 1; The Scientific Detective and the Expert Witness by C. Ainsworth Mitchell. ; 1931

Box 191; Folder 2; The Adverb-Finder, compiled and edited by J.I. Rodale.; 1940

Box 191; Folder 3; How to Make Good Pictures: a text book for the every-day photographer, Eastman Kodak Co., with enclosed materials. What Policemen Should Know: a book for police officers of all ranks, national in scope by James J. Skehan, with Francis M. Basuino, collaborator. 2 items.; 1935, n.d.

Box 191; Folder 4; Summary of California Law: a concise and critical manual of the law of California by B.E. Witkin.; 1946

Box 192; Folder 1; Textbook of Firearms Investigation, Identification and Evidence: together with the Textbook of pistols and revolvers by Major Julian S. Hatcher, with a foreword by John Edgar Hoover.; 1935

Box 192; Folder 2; A Textbook on Facial Reconstruction: with a study of the Curry system of fingerprinting the dead by Gladys P. Curry.; 1947

Box 192; Folder 3; Personal Identification: methods for the identification of individuals, living or dead by Bert Wentworth and Harris Hawthorne Wilder.; 1932

Box 192; Folder 4; The Evidence Handbook for Police by Franklin M. Kreml, edited by David Geeting Monroe. What are finger prints? by Thomas J. Burns. 2 items.; 1932, 1948

Box 193; Folder 1; Handbook of Chemistry and Physics: a ready-reference book of chemical and physical data, ed. Charles D. Hodgman. Police Interrogation by W.R. Kidd, 1948 and 1954 printings. Identification Problems: Criminal and Civil by Israel Castellanos. 5 items.; 1937, 1939, 1940

Box 193; Folder 2; Handbook of Chemical Microscopy by Emile Monnin Chamot and Clyde Walter Mason.; 1938

Box 193; Folder 3; Finger Prints Simplified: a handbook of the science of finger print identification by James Holt. The Detection of Crime: an introduction to some methods of scientific aid in criminal investigation... by Superintendent Walter Martyn Else, in collaboration with Assistant Chief Constable James Main Garrow, foreword by G. Roche Lynch. 2 items.; 1934, 1936

Box 194; Folder 1; Elements of Investigative Techniques by James S. Eiseman.; 1949

Box 194; Folder 2; Finger Prints, Secret Service, Crime Detection by T.G. Cooke, third, eighth, ninth, and eleventh editions. 4 items.; 1930-1936

Box 194; Folder 3; Classification of Fingerprints, John Edgar Hoover, director. 3 items.; 1939, 1945

Box 195; Folder 1; Single Finger Prints: a new and practical method of classifying and filing single finger prints and fragmentary impressions by Harry Battley.; 1931

Box 195; Folder 2; Single Fingerprint System by J. A. Larson. 2 items.; 1923, 1924

Box 195; Folder 3; Modern Police Work, including detective duty: a book for police officers of all ranks, national in scope by James J. Skehan. 2 eds. of title.; 1939, 1951

Box 195; Folder 4; International Congress on the Prevention and Repression of Crime, including penal and reformatory treatment : preliminary report of the commissioner appointed by the President to represent the United States in the congress, in compliance with a joint resolution of March 7, 1871.; 1972

Box 196; Folder 1; Classification and Uses of Finger Prints by Sir E.R. Henry. 4th (with clippings glued inside) and 5th eds. 2 items.; 1913, 1922

Box 196; Folder 2; Classification and Uses of Finger Prints by Sir E.R. Henry. 6th and 8th eds. 2 items.; 1928, 1937

Box 196; Folder 3; Classification and Uses of Finger Prints by Sir E.R. Henry. 2nd ed.; 1901

Box 196; Folder 4; Classification and Uses of Finger Prints by Sir E.R. Henry. 1st ed.; 1900

Box 196; Folder 5; Fingerprint Directories by Francis Galton.; 1895

Box 197; Folder 1; The Finger Print Instructor: a text book for the guidance of finger print experts and an instructor for persons interested in the study of finger prints by Frederick Kuhne. 1 of multiple eds.; 1927

Box 197; Folder 2; The Finger Print Instructor: a text book for the guidance of finger print experts and an instructor for persons interested in the study of finger prints by Frederick Kuhne. 2 of multiple eds.; 1917, 1935

Box 197; Folder 3; The Finger Print Instructor: a text book for the guidance of finger print experts and an instructor for persons interested in the study of finger prints by Frederick Kuhne. 2 of multiple eds.; 1941, 1943

Box 198; Folder 1; Signaletic Instructions Including the Theory and Practice of Anthropometrical Identification by Alphonse Bertillon, translated from the latest French edition, edited under the supervision of Major R. W. McClaughry.; 1896

Box 198; Folder 2; Signaletic Instructions Including the Theory and Practice of Anthropometrical Identification by Alphonse Bertillon, translated from the latest French edition, edited under the supervision of Major R. W. McClaughry.; 1896

Box 199; Folder 1; Dactylography: or, The Study of Finger-Prints by Henry Faulds.; 1912

Box 199; Folder 2; Guide to Finger-Print Identification by Henry Faulds.; 1905

Box 199; Folder 3; Guide to Finger-Print Identification by Henry Faulds.; 1905

Box 199; Folder 4; New American Business Cyclopedia: a compendium of useful information and a guide to successful business methods,by E.T. Roe.; 1920

Box 200; Folder 1; The Female Offender by Caesar Lombroso and William Ferrero, with an introduction by W. Douglas Morrison.; 1897

Box 200; Folder 2; Memoirs of Vidocq: the principal agent of the French police written by himself and translated from the original French expressly for this edition with illustrative engravings from original designs by Cruikshank.; 1959

Box 200; Folder 3; Brayley's Arrangement of Finger Prints Identification and Their Uses: for police departments, prisons, lawyers... by Frederic Augustus Brayley.; 1910

Box 201; Folder 1; Handbook of Chemistry and Physics: a ready-reference pocket book of chemical and physical data compiled from the most recent authoritative sources by Charles D. Hodgman, assisted by Melville F. Coolbaugh and Cornelius E. Senseman.; 1920

Box 201; Folder 2; The Ratio Tables: key to scale-focusing: theory of halftone by Arthur Fruwirth.; 1926

Box 201; Folder 3; The Single Finger Print Identification System: a practical work upon the science of finger printing by Walter C.S. Crosskey.; 1923

Box 202; Folder 1; The Story in Your Hand by Emily Edwards. Pamphlet enclosed.; 1925

Box 202; Folder 2; The Blue Book of Crime: Science of Crime Detection by T.G. Cooke and/or T. Dickerson Cooke. 15th, 22nd, 23rd, 25th, and 30th eds. 5 items.; 1941, 1953, 1956, 1964, 1974

Box 202; Folder 3; Scene of crime handbook of fingerprint development techniques, Great Britain, Home Office, Scientific Research and Development Branch. 2 eds. of item.; 1988, 1993

Box 202; Folder 4; Identification of Thumb Impressions and Cross-Examination of Finger Print Experts by M.K. Mehta, foreword by M. Hidayatullah.; 1980

Box 202; Folder 5; Crime Scene Investigation, edited by Henry C. Lee, contributing co-authors, Michael Bourke, etc.; 1994

Box 202; Folder 6; Ultraviolet Light in Crime Detection by Larry K. Lundborg.; 1988

Box 203; Folder 1; Speculation in Fingerprint Identification by Salil Kumar Chatterjee. Finger Print, or, Dactyloscopy & Ridgeoscopy by Salil Kumar Chatterjee and Richard V. Hague. Death Danced at the Boulevard Ballroom: a Novel by Thomas E. Krupowicz. Shooting from the Hip: Adventures and Essays on Crime and Justice by W. Hock Hochheim. 4 items.; 1981-1992

Box 203; Folder 2; Bloodstain pattern interpretation and Bloodstain patterns, by Herbert Leon MacDonell. 2 items.; 1982, 1993

Box 203; Folder 3; Criminal Investigation, Department of the Army. Patel Principles of Handwriting Identification by Purushottam Hathibhai Patel. 2 items.; 1951, 1970

Box 203; Folder 4; Punches by W. Hock Hochheim.; 1988

Box 203; Folder 5; The Apotheosis of the Lord Advocate by George Wilton Wilton. Basic Procedure in Law Enforcement by Walter H. Robinton. 2 items.; 1956, 1962

Box 203; Folder 6; A Manual for Examiners of Questioned Documents, Post Office Department, Bureau of Chief Inspector, variant title: Foreign Handwriting Systems. Enclosed pamphlet.; 1954

Box 203; Folder 7; A method for recording depth contour variations of bullet striations by William Peltola. Thesis, California State University. Enclosed letter from author to a Mr. Davis.; 1983

Series 7) IAI Library--Oversized:

Box 204; Folder 1; Magazine (A full issue from July of Official Detective Stories with a note to look at pages 41, 44, 45 from "MKA" marked on the front. 1 item.); 1960

Box 204; Folder 2; Scrapbook (Contains articles pertaining to dermatoglyphics and other topics in criminology: "Milk-Bottle Murderer Changes Not Guilty Plea to Guilty When Palm Print Evidence is Introduced", "Fingerprints by Television", "Fingerprints Differ--Even In Twins", "Prehistoric Footprints", "Impossibility of Identical Fingerprints", "Altered Fingerprints of Convict Land 2 Doctors in F.B.I. Net", etc. Estimated inclusive dates. 13 leaves and cover.); 1930-1950

Box 204; Folder 3; T Fiorenza items (Found with items from box 83, folder 4. A poster of a fingerprint chart prepared by Fingerprint Equipment Laboratories, Chicago. An article titled "Fingerprints May Be Useless as Evidence" from the National Enquirer, v. 39 no. 25, February 28, 1965. 2 items.); 1965, n.d.

Box 204; Folder 4; Henry Charts (Charts A and B created by M.J. Leadbetter to convert and comprehend the system invented by E.R. Henry to the "2 Hand" system. 2 items.); 1983

Box 204; Folder 5; Poster (A large print police notice about types of air raid warnings. At bottom: 393/1736, 509, 110 M, H. & S. Ltd. 1 item.); n.d.

Series 8) Audio/Visual:

Box 205; Folder 1; Police Science Services (A professional procedure program. Original container for the kit labeled "Fingerprints, Cat. No. PSS 809". Enclosed: slide boxes and 1 cassette tape, "Fingerprints, 1976, for automatic or manual use", which is meant to accompany slides. Related items: box 205, folders 2 and 3.); 1976

Box 205; Folder 2; Police Science Services (Instructor's Guide booklet titled "Fingerprints" and loose materials titled "Fingerprints Study Notes" both found within the Pol. Sci. Services Program container. Related items: box 205, folders 1 and 3.); 1976

Box 205; Folder 3; Police Science Services (80 numbered slides, found within the Pol. Sci. Services Program container. Related items: box 205, folders 1and 2.); 1976

Box 205; Folder 4; Slides (25 slides found in a box labeled "Moscow Academy" with "FBI, 5/93, Sanvscheavro" written on the side.); 1993

Box 205; Folder 5; Slides (12 slides found together, appears to be photos of homicide books/department.); n.d.

Box 205; Folder 6; Slides (15 slides found in a box labeled "Galton's Lab" with an outer cover that lists the Kodak customer as "Mock, J." and a loose note stating "6-27-90, Took some out to put w/ history slides to show in Moscow".); n.d.

Box 206; Folder 1; Slides (20 slides found in a box labeled "Presented at Moscow USSR, 7/90" with "History of F/P USA" written on the side.); n.d.

Box 206; Folder 2; Slides (20 slides found in a box labeled "Mos 2, #25, 9, 20, 14, 19 to Bob Hazen, FBI".); n.d.

Box 206; Folder 3; Slides (12 slides in plastic holders and appear to be images from a fingerprint book that were found together with 15 slides with fingerprint materials and stamped with various dates, some from 1995. One slide says Lightning Powder Company. 27 slides total.); 1995, n.d.

Box 206; Folder 4; Slides (14 slides found in a box labeled "Bertillon Tools" and "Mar90P12" is stamped on each slide.); n.d.

Box 206; Folder 5; Slides (20 slides found together that pertain to fingerprints and Bertillon cards.); n.d.

Box 206; Folder 6; Slides (4 slides found together pertaining to Bertillon and 6 slides found together for separators in a ritualistic crime presentation. 10 slides total.); n.d.

Box 206; Folder 7; Disk (A floppy disk labeled "Russian, translation of 1897 pamphlet on Bertillon" and found in an envelope labeled "Disc, Word 4, Translation" that has a Lightning Powder Company imprint. This disk accompanies the materials found in box 128, folder 8 of the Subjects series. Note: disk not able to be copied or put onto CDROM due to incompatible formats.); 1897, 1991

Box 206; Folder 8; Discs (8 floppy disks and 2 CDROMs pertaining to the Carey Chapman manuscript in the Subjects subseries, box 118 folders 1-9. A third CDROM was created for backup of all files. 11 items all together. Note: Chapter 27 file will contain a permission letter to Chapman from IAI board Joe Polski.); n.d.

Box 207; Folder 1; Microfilm (1 empty metal reel in a box and 1 reel with film labeled "Detective Magazine, 1910-20 (Assorted Articles)" in a box. 2 items.); 1910-1920, n.d.

Box 207; DVD 01, "Laser Applications in Criminalistics, Tape 1: An Overview" (see VHS 01.); n.d.

Box 207; DVD 02, "Benton Dickinson Public Safety, NIK: Narcotics Identification System" (see VHS 02.); n.d.

Box 207; DVD 03, "Simplified Field testing for the major drugs of abuse using the Narcotest Disposakit" (see VHS 03.); 1987

Box 207; DVD 04, "Visatex Corp., Compusketch Information and Demonstration Cassette, IV" (see VHS 04.); n.d.

Box 207; DVD 05, "MVD Firearms Part 2 of 2" (see VHS 05.); n.d.

Box 207; DVD 06, "Guide to Processing Polaroid 4x5 sheet films, PID 780764" (see VHS 06.); n.d.

Box 207; DVD 07, "Polaroid Corp., The MP 4+, PID#1B5715" (see VHS 07.); 1992

Box 207; DVD 08, "A Current Affair, Plano Police Dept., Pat Wertheim" (see VHS 08.); n.d.

Box 207; DVD 09, "'Rising to the Challenge'--PMRC, 27 minutes on Sex and Violence in Heavy Metal Music" (see VHS 09.); n.d.

Box 207; DVD 10a, "The Primal Scream, Drug Special" (see VHS 10.); n.d.

Box 207; DVD 10b, "The Primal Scream, Drug Special" (see VHS 10.); n.d.

Box 207; DVD 11, "Parent Trap" or "Devil Worship: Exposing Satan's Underground" (see VHS 11.); n.d.

Box 207; DVD 12, "Bill Elder Journal--Two part Satanism special, New Orleans TV" (see VHS 12.); n.d.

Box 207; DVD 13, "Geraldo Exerpts [sic]" (see VHS 13.); n.d.

Box 207; DVD 14, "Girraldo [sic] Satanism Special of 10/25/88" (see VHS 14.); 1988

Box 207; DVD 15a, "May '85: '20-20' Satanism Special, Oct '85: CBN '700 Club' Satanism, April '86: '700 Club' El Paso Satanism, March '86: Ken Wooden lecture" (see VHS 15.); 1985-1986

Box 207; DVD 15b, "May '85: '20-20' Satanism Special, Oct '85: CBN '700 Club' Satanism, April '86: '700 Club' El Paso Satanism, March '86: Ken Wooden lecture" (see VHS 15.); 1985-1986

Box 207; DVD 16, "Oprah Winfrey, Feb 17, 1988, Satanism Discussion" (see VHS 16.); 1988

Box 207; DVD 17, "Kinderprint Co., Inc., Reel to Reel Video Productions, #85, Dust Print Lifter--Demo" (see VHS 17.); n.d.

Box 207; DVD 18, "Cyanowand, Latent Fingerprint Developer, Sirchie Finger Print Labs, Inc." (see VHS 18.); n.d.

Box 207; DVD 19, "Spray Print, Length: 9:30 mins., 10/7/86, TORS Productions, D28403" (see VHS 19.); 1986

Box 207; DVD 20, "Outstanding IR Imaging System for questioned documents and fingerprints, Docubox, Projectina" (see VHS 20.); n.d.

Box 207; DVD 21, "NIJ Research Grant Project, 15:00, 3M Cyanoacrylate" (see VHS 21.); n.d.

Box 207; DVD 22, "Tape of Pat" (see VHS 22.); n.d.

Box 207; DVD 23, "Hard Evidence, Loctite Corp., 29:15" (see VHS 23.); n.d.

Box 208; DVD 24, "How to Take Fingerprints, by Sirchie Finger Print Labs. and Lightning Powder Co., Inc." (see VHS 24.); n.d.

Box 208; DVD 25, "The Better Way, A Fingerprint Training Film, Identicator Corp." (see VHS 25.); n.d.

Box 208; DVD 26, "Digital Biometrics, Inc., 'Advantages of Live-Scan Fingerprinting', 5:00" (see VHS 26.); 1994

Box 208; DVD 27, "Spectrum '91, International Symposium on Forensic Techniques, Michigan State Police, 1" (see VHS 27.); 1991

Box 208; DVD 28, "Spectrum '91, International Symposium on Forensic Techniques, Michigan State Police, 2" (see VHS 28.); 1991

Box 208; DVD 29, "Spectrum '91, International Symposium on Forensic Techniques, Michigan State Police, 3" (see VHS 29.); 1991

Box 208; DVD 30, "Spectrum '91, International Symposium on Forensic Techniques, Michigan State Police, 4" (see VHS 30.); 1991

Box 208; DVD 31, "Spectrum '91, International Symposium on Forensic Techniques, Michigan State Police, 5" (see VHS 31.); 1991

Box 208; DVD 32, "Spectrum '91, International Symposium on Forensic Techniques, Michigan State Police, 6" (see VHS 32.); 1991

Box 208; DVD 33, "Spectrum '91, International Symposium on Forensic Techniques, Michigan State Police, 7" (see VHS 33.); 1991

Box 208; DVD 34, "Spectrum '91, International Symposium on Forensic Techniques, Michigan State Police, 8" (see VHS 34.); 1991

Box 208; DVD 35, "Spectrum '91, International Symposium on Forensic Techniques, Michigan State Police, 9" (see VHS 35.); 1991

Box 208; DVD 36, "Spectrum '91, International Symposium on Forensic Techniques, Michigan State Police, 10" (see VHS 36.); 1991

Box 209; VHS 01, Typed side label: "Laser Applications in Criminalistics, Tape 1: An Overview", Mass Communications, Texas Tech University. Narrated by Dr. Roland Menzel and produced by Danita McAnally. Est. length: 28 minutes (see DVD 01.); n.d.

Box 209; VHS 02, Typed label: "Benton Dickinson Public Safety, NIK: Narcotics Identification System". Demo of kits and their development methods which identify narcotics and other drugs. Est. length: 19 minutes (see DVD 02.); n.d.

Box 209; VHS 03, Typed side label: "Simplified Field testing for the major drugs of abuse using the Narcotest Disposakit". A demo of the field device that identifies "major drugs of abuse. Dr. Robert Carroll, president of the ODV Co. and narrator. Est. length: 12 minutes (see DVD 03.); 1987

Box 209; VHS 04, Side label: "Visatex Corp., Compusketch Information and Demonstration Cassette, IV". Demo video of a computer product that makes new composite sketches from pieces of those on file. Also shows CNN, Current Affair, and other news programs discussing the product. Est. length: 11 minutes (see DVD 04.); n.d.

Box 209; VHS 05, Written on side: "MVD Firearms Part 2 of 2". Slide show of types of guns with musical accompaniment, and videos of how to use a few guns. Est. length: 1 hour (see DVD 05.); n.d.

Box 209; VHS 06, Typed side label: "Guide to Processing Polaroid 4x5 sheet films, PID 780764". A demo/guide to types of Polaroid film development. Est. length: 10 minutes (see DVD 06.); n.d.

Box 209; VHS 07, Typed side label: "Polaroid Corp., The MP 4+, PID#1B5715". Information regarding and a demo of the product MP4+ instant photo system, which provides photos without a darkroom. Est. length: 8 minutes (includes 5 copies on vhs, see DVD 07.); 1992

Box 210; VHS 08, From a taped business card: "A Current Affair, Plano Police Dept., Pat Wertheim". The first news segment of the recorded show, A Current Affair, is about Satanism in America. Est. length: 34 minutes (see DVD 08.); n.d.

Box 210; VHS 09, Written on side: "'Rising to the Challenge'--PMRC, 27 minutes on Sex and Violence in Heavy Metal Music". Addresses the role of music in education and discusses common themes in heavy metal music like: violence, occult, drug use, rebellion, and sexual graphicness. Est. length: 28 minutes (see DVD 09.); n.d.

Box 210; VHS 10, Written on the side: "The Primal Scream, Drug Special". Gary Greenwald preaches against drugs, Satanism, and how heavy metal and punk rock music scenes promote the lifestyles, includes clips from television and music programming. Not listed: end of tape (and 5 minutes into DVD 10b) has news special from the show 48 Hours called Crack Street. Est. length: 2 hours (see DVD 10a) and 1 hour, 45 minutes (see DVD 10b.); n.d.

Box 210; VHS 11, Written on top: "Parent Trap". News special with Geraldo Rivera titled: "Devil Worship: Exposing Satan's Underground". No box. Est. length: 2 hours (see DVD 11.); n.d.

Box 210; VHS 12, Written on side: "Bill Elder Journal--Two part Satanism special, New Orleans TV". News program/documentary on Satanism. Est. length: 1 hour (see DVD 12.); n.d.

Box 210; VHS 13, Written on side: "Geraldo Exerpts [sic]". Excerpts of the show pertaining to Satanism, including the 'warning signs' of Satanic involvement and an interview with Ozzy Osborne from the 'Devil Worship' special (see VHS 11.) Est. length: 13 minutes (see DVD 13.); n.d.

Box 210; VHS 14, Written on side: "Girraldo [sic] Satanism Special of 10/25/88, edited to remove commercials, poor sound quality". Est. length: 1 hour, 26 minutes (see DVD 14.); 1988

Box 210; VHS 15, Written on top: "May '85: '20-20' Satanism Special, Oct '85: CBN '700 Club' Satanism, April '86: '700 Club' El Paso Satanism, March '86: Ken Wooden lecture". The fourth item listed is the second annual Concerned Charlotteans Banquet, with Wooden, an investigative reporter from ABC's '20-20', as guest speaker. Not listed: A 60 Minutes television report on the role-playing game Dungeons and Dragons, and an unnamed news report on the same topic. Est. length: 2 hours (see DVD 15a) and 1 minute (see DVD 15b.); 1985-1986

Box 210; VHS 16, Whited-out writing on side: "Oprah Winfrey, Feb 17, 1988, Satanism Discussion". Poor visual quality, est. length: 1 hour (see DVD 16.); 1988

Box 210; VHS 17, Typed labels on top and side: "Kinderprint Co., Inc., Reel to Reel Video Productions, #85, Dust Print Lifter--Demo". Demo of the product and accompanying accessories by the manufacturer. No box. Est. length: 15 minutes (see DVD 17.); n.d.

Box 210; VHS 18, Printed labels on top and side: Cyanowand, Latent Fingerprint Developer, Sirchie Finger Print Labs, Inc." Demo of a handheld machine for developing latent prints via superglue fuming and its accessories. Est. length: 13 minutes (see DVD 18.); n.d.

Box 211; VHS 19, Typed label: "Spray Print, Length: 9:30 mins., 10/7/86, TORS Productions, D28403". Distributed by Public Safety Productions, Ivers-Lee, Division of Becton-Dickinson. A mock robbery skit used to demonstrate new technique in developing latent prints. Est. length: 11 minutes (see DVD 19.); 1986

Box 211; VHS 20, Printed label: "Outstanding IR Imaging System for questioned documents and fingerprints, Docubox, Projectina". Information on products of the Projectina company and demo of the new item, the Docubox. Est. length: 15 minutes (see DVD 20.); n.d.

Box 211; VHS 21, Typed and written label: "NIJ Research Grant Project, 15:00, 3M Cyanoacrylate". State of Alaska, Dept. of Public Safety, Crime Lab performed research on latent print development with a National Institute of Justice grant and 3M provided materials. After the demonstration, there is a program about highway safety. Est. length: 19 minutes (see DVD 21.); n.d.

Box 211; VHS 22, Written on note on box: "Tape of Pat". Features the news program Arizona Illustrated. At about 10 min. 15 sec. into video, there is a segment on AFIS, the Automated Fingerprint Identification System. Features Pat Wertheim and Jim Wallace as experts. Various television programs occur after the news show. Est. length: 1 hour, 45 minutes (see DVD 22.); n.d.

Box 211; VHS 23, Typed labels on top and side: "Hard Evidence, Loctite Corp., 29:15". Historical information on fingerprints and how to take and interpret proper prints. Est. length: 30 minutes (see DVD 23.); n.d.

Box 211; VHS 24, Typed label on side: "How to Take Fingerprints, by Sirchie Finger Print Labs. and Lightning Powder Co., Inc." Demo of how to take fingerprints and suggested products to do so. Est. length: 11 minutes (see DVD 24.); n.d.

Box 212; VHS 25, Printed label: "The Better Way, A Fingerprint Training Film, Identicator Corp." Produced by Turner and Associates of Rancho Cordova, CA. Suggests that the "better way" for employers to screen future employees is through fingerprints. Gives brief history, information, and characteristics of fingerprints. Also demonstrates the "Digiten" process. Narrated by Dick Hardaway. Est. length: 14 minutes (includes two copies on vhs, see DVD 25.); n.d.

Box 212; VHS 26, Printed label: "Digital Biometrics, Inc., 'Advantages of Live-Scan Fingerprinting', 5:00". Demo of Tenprinter Series 500 product, which is a computerized live-scanning system to avoid hassles of ink in fingerprinting. Est. length: 6 minutes (includes three copies on vhs, see DVD 26.); 1994

Box 212; VHS 27, Printed label on side: "Spectrum '91, International Symposium on Forensic Techniques, Michigan State Police, 1". Typed label on top: "Opening Ceremonies, 1. Dr. C. Anthony Pounds, 2. K.E. Creer and J.S. Brennan, 3. Brian Dalrymple (part 1)". Est. length: 2 hours (see DVD 27.); 1991

Box 212; VHS 28, Printed label on side: "Spectrum '91, International Symposium on Forensic Techniques, Michigan State Police, 2". Typed label on top: "3. Brian Dalrymple (part 2), 4. R.J. Allen, 5. W. Whyte, 6. NEC-Woodward (part 1)". Est. length: 2 hours (see DVD 28.); 1991

Box 212; VHS 29, Printed label on side: "Spectrum '91, International Symposium on Forensic Techniques, Michigan State Police, 3". Typed label on top: "6. NEC-Woodward (part 2), 7. W.U. Spitz, 8. Sgt. A.H. Misner, 9. M. Stoilovic, 10. Dr. Joseph Almog (part 1)". Est. length: 2 hours (see DVD 29.); 1991

Box 212; VHS 30, Printed label on side: "Spectrum '91, International Symposium on Forensic Techniques, Michigan State Police, 4". Typed label on top: "10. Dr. Joseph Almog (part 2), 11. Dr. Henry Lee, 12. Becki Morgan, 13. G.C. Davenport (part 1)". Est. length: 2 hours (see DVD 30.); 1991

Box 212; VHS 31, Printed label on side: "Spectrum '91, International Symposium on Forensic Techniques, Michigan State Police, 5". Typed label on top: "13. G.C. Davenport (part 2), 14. Richard Bisbing, 15. Gerry Richards, 16. Dr. A.A. Cantu (part 1)". Est. length: 2 hours (see DVD 31.); 1991

Box 212; VHS 32, Printed label on side: "Spectrum '91, International Symposium on Forensic Techniques, Michigan State Police, 6". Typed label on top: "16. Dr. A.A. Cantu (part 2), 17. T. Kent, 18. E.R. Menzel". Est. length: 2 hours (see DVD 32.); 1991

Box 213; VHS 33, Printed label on side: "Spectrum '91, International Symposium on Forensic Techniques, Michigan State Police, 7". Typed label on top: "19. John Garstang, 20. Sgt. B.M. Campbell, 21. William Watling (part 1)". Est. length: 2 hours (see DVD 33.); 1991

Box 213; VHS 34, Printed label on side: "Spectrum '91, International Symposium on Forensic Techniques, Michigan State Police, 8". Typed label on top: "21. William Watling (part 2), 22. S.R. Wilkes, 23. Sgt. B.M. Campbell". Note: From 1 hr 8 min to 1 hr 27 min, the tape is blank. Est. length: 2 hours (see DVD 34.); 1991

Box 213; VHS 35, Printed label on side: "Spectrum '91, International Symposium on Forensic Techniques, Michigan State Police, 9". Typed label on top: "24. Nancy Masters, 25. William Keller, 26. Dr. Chris Lennard, 27. Gary Robertson (part 1)". Est. length: 2 hours (see DVD 35.); 1991

Box 213; VHS 36, Printed label on side: "Spectrum '91, International Symposium on Forensic Techniques, Michigan State Police, 10". Typed label on top: "27. Gary Robertson (part 2), 28. Dr. Michael West, William Sessions FBI". Est. length: 1 hour, 38 minutes (see DVD 36.); 1991

Box 213; VHS 37 Blank, deleted, or recycled tape. Labeled: "Fisher Research Laboratory presents...Fisher M-Scope "X" Series, How to get the most out of your Fisher 1200-X series metal detector", but this was not on the tape.; n.d.

Box 213; VHS 38 Blank, deleted, or recycled tape. Labeled: "Compusketch, TRT: 10:00, VisaTex...", but this was not on the tape.; n.d.
Subject Terms
Subjects
  • FBI Academy
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • Fingerprint Society
  • Institute of Applied Science
  • International Association for Identification
  • Lightning Powder Company
  • Scotland Yard
  • United States Department of Justice
  • University of Applied Science
  • Alexander, Monroe K.
  • Bertillon, Alphonse, 1853-1914.
  • Carrick, Michael
  • Cashmore, H. M.
  • Castellanos, Israel.
  • Chapman, Carey.
  • Cooke, T. G.
  • Crosskey, Walter C. S.
  • Cummins, Harold.
  • Doepner, Herman J.
  • Enos, C. Lloyd
  • Faulds, Henry
  • Fiorenza, Tom
  • Galton, Francis, Sir, 1822-1911.
  • Garcia, Joe Q.
  • Hamilton, Mary E.
  • Hardcastle, S. Winifred
  • Herschel, John C. W.
  • Herschel, William J.
  • Hoover, J. Edgar
  • Jorgensen, Hakon
  • Locard, Edmond
  • Mairs, G. Tyler
  • Mitchell, C. Ainsworth.
  • Renoe, Alexander J.
  • Schlaginhaufen, Otto
  • Wentworth, Bert
  • Wertheim, Pat
  • Wilder, Harris H.
  • Wilton, George W.
  • Anthropometry.
  • Bertillon system.
  • Chemistry, Forensic.
  • Criminal anthropology.
  • Criminal behavior.
  • Criminal investigation - Handbooks, manuals, etc.
  • Criminal investigation.
  • Criminals - Identification.
  • Criminals.
  • Criminology - Study and teaching.
  • Criminology.
  • Dead - Identification.
  • Dental jurisprudence.
  • Dermatoglyphics.
  • Evidence, Criminal
  • Evidence, Criminal - Handbooks, manuals, etc.
  • Faulds, Henry, 1843-1930
  • Fingerprints - Identification.
  • Fingerprints.
  • Forensic dentistry.
  • Forensic pathology.
  • Forensic sciences - Handbooks, manuals, etc.
  • Forensic sciences - Methods.
  • Forensic sciences.
  • Forgery.
  • Graphology.
  • Herschel, William, Sir, 1738-1822.
  • Identification.
  • Legal documents--Identification
  • Legal photography
  • Palmprints
  • Typewriting - Identification.
  • Vucetich, Juan, 1864-1925.
  • Writing - Identification.