New Bedford's First - this is probably the only photograph in existence of New Bedford's first organized police force
- New Bedford's First - this is probably the only photograph in existence of New Bedford's first organized police force
New Bedford's First - This is probably the only photograph in existence of New Bedford's first organized police force. Photograph of New Bedford, Massachusetts policemen taken in 1878, and lent to the Standard Times by Mrs. F. M. Jenkins, daughter of James W. Arnett, who appears in the picture. Left to right, first row: John Savage, Seth E. Bryant, Patrick Canavan, William E. Macomber, James L. Wilber (captain), Jethro C. Brock (chief), Luther M. Dayton, Daniel A. Butler, Timothy Sullivan, Thomas Dunham, Edward F. Jennings; middle row, left to right: Lemuel D. Adams, James W. Arnett, Frederick Hussey, John Chadwick, Jacob Denby, Michael Stevens, Ellery Peirce, James Crafts, Henry W. Bumpus; upper row, left to right: James Mitchell, Peter J. Law, Edward Waite, Isaac M. Jones, Robert Mitchell, Thomas W. Comstock, John Corey, William L. Wade, Charles Wood, John Lincoln, and Seth Hinckley. Mayor George B. Richmond, though hardly visible, is at the right window of the building.
New Bedford Free Public Library
309:U7:SH12 Box 07 14 (shelf locator)
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- 1 photograph : rotogravure print
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Photograph taken in 1878.
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