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Patsy Neill, criminal record number 781LB, 30 January 1930. State Reformatory for Women, Long Bay, NSW
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Patsy Neill, criminal record number 781LB, 30 January 1930. State Reformatory for Women, Long Bay, NSW
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Date:
1930
Format:
Glass plate negative
Inscription:
P.NEILL. 30.1.30, 781.L.B, 31 D, 21 U 00
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Description:
Charged with theft and possession of cocaine. Barmaid Patsy Neill was involved in various criminal activities including theft and selling cocaine. In 1932 she had a disagreement over money with the infamous sly grogger Kate Leigh, which led to Neill being threatened with a gun. Neill was described in the press as 'looking like a mannequin on parade'. Aged 26. Part of an archive of forensic photography created by the NSW Police between 1912 and 1964.
Published in:
Nerida Campbell Femme fatale : the female criminal Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales, 2008. pp 124-125
Source:
Justice & Police Museum ; FP07_0234_016
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Record number:
35157