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Walter Keogh Mugshot, 9th February 1922 · SOCIAL ARCHIVE ·

Walter Keogh Mugshot, 9th February 1922

Special Photograph no. 731. Walter Keogh appears in the Photo Supplement to the 1923 NSW Police Gazette (7 February Group 1 p. 4) identified as a pickpocket, and later in 1928 (26 December, Group 4 p. 15) as a 'suspected person and bogusland salesman'. Keogh was also profiled in exposes in the newspaper Truth in 1928, as a 'go-getter',ie a con man who sells suburban building blocks at grossly inflated prices, by falsely leading the buyers to believe the lots may be promptly resold for a huge profit. See also 'Mug shot of PhillipElmsworth Smith'.

Titled "Mug shot of Walter Keogh, 9 February 1922, Central Police Station, Sydney."

Source: Sydney Living Museum (Justice & Police Museum).

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Special Photograph no. 731. Walter Keogh

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