They Had Faces Then:
Civic Portraiture Edition #2

7 comments:

Christopher said...

..heres another one for ya!..book 'im Dano!

Trader said...

A word about Minneapolis. Some 15 years ago, we were looking for a motel room late at night. Some clerk from St-Paul told us not to use the bridge to Minn. for fear it may collapse!

We had the impression it was a rivaltry between the twin cities.

Just one or two years ago the same bridge did fall down.

Coincidence? :wondering:

matt said...

I have to be a home town nit-picker here. The bridge that collapsed connected north and south Minneapolis, not Minneapolis and St. Paul.

You were safe the whole time!

Trader said...

My story is true, though.

But I guess I was mistaken about the location of the bridge.

;)

Tommy O'C said...

Dunno what this mugshot has to do with that unfortunate tragedy in Minnesota. But there's a whole bunch more in the Steven Kasher Gallery under Least Wanted: A Century of American Mugshots.

http://www.stevenkasher.com/html/exhibresults.asp?exnum=592&exname=LEAST+WANTED%3A+%3Cbr%3EA+Century+of+American+Mugshots&offset=24

Richard Gibson said...

'Face like a slapped ar*e' is the expression that comes to mind.

Mac said...

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