Mika Sandberg
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This picture is one of a series of around 2500 "special photographs" taken by New South Wales Police Department photographers between 1910 and 1930. These "special photographs" were mostly taken in the cells at the Central Police Station, Sydney and are, as curator Peter Doyle explains, of "men and women recently plucked from the street, often still animated by the dramas surrounding their apprehension".

This picture is one of a series of around 2500 "special photographs" taken by New South Wales Police Department photographers between 1910 and 1930. These "special photographs" were mostly taken in the cells at the Central Police Station, Sydney and are, as curator Peter Doyle explains, of "men and women recently plucked from the street, often still animated by the dramas surrounding their apprehension".

annemarie schwarzenbach am strand, san sebastian by marianne breslauer, 1933

annemarie schwarzenbach am strand, san sebastian by marianne breslauer, 1933

Marianne Breslauer c.1934 portraying Ruth von Morgen

Marianne Breslauer c.1934 portraying Ruth von Morgen

Annemarie Schwarzenbach por Marianne Breslauer

Annemarie Schwarzenbach por Marianne Breslauer

Marianne Breslauer Lützowbrücke Berlin 1930

Marianne Breslauer Lützowbrücke Berlin 1930

Ruth von Morgen, Berlin 1934 by Marianne Breslauer

Ruth von Morgen, Berlin 1934 by Marianne Breslauer

Lisa von Cramm, Berlin, 1934 One of so many wonderful photos of and by women in the Weimar Republic

Lisa von Cramm, Berlin, 1934 One of so many wonderful photos of and by women in the Weimar Republic

Café Wien on Berlin's Kurfürstendamm, with the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church [Gedächtniskirche] in the Background (1929) The cafés of Kurfürstendamm enjoy iconic status in the history of both Berlin and the Weimar Republic. They drew a liberal, cosmopolitan, and tolerant public. Conservatives denounced them as places of permissiveness, decadence, and decline.

Café Wien on Berlin's Kurfürstendamm, with the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church [Gedächtniskirche] in the Background (1929) The cafés of Kurfürstendamm enjoy iconic status in the history of both Berlin and the Weimar Republic. They drew a liberal, cosmopolitan, and tolerant public. Conservatives denounced them as places of permissiveness, decadence, and decline.

Carnival costume, Berlin, 1920s

Carnival costume, Berlin, 1920s

Possession : Photo

Possession : Photo