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The collection consists of papers from the Chattanooga (Tennessee) Police Department during 1909. There are correspondence to the department, reward fliers, fugitive fliers, and more.
A handwritten letter from J. P. Rivers, sheriff of Pulaski, Tennessee to the Chief of Police in Dallas, Texas, dated January 26, 1906. The letter contains a description of E. O. Stuart, who is wanted in Pulaski for embezzlement.
This photograph, dated 1950 September 30, depicts Sheriff Robert Goodwin and deputies finding a moonshine still in Rutherford County, Tennessee.
The collection consists of one item, a judgment issued against James Richardson, the former Sheriff of Greene County in the Washington District of the Southwest Territories. The judgment summons him to the next meeting of the Superior Court of Law in Jonesborough in a few months time.
This collection consists of a letter from W. E. Gillenwaters, deputy warden of the Tennessee State Prison in Nashville, to the chief of police in Dallas, Texas, dated February 27, 1909. It provides a description of escaped prisoner William Blase so that he can be recaptured.
- Subject: Law enforcement -- Tennessee. X