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John Doe No. 10

No. 3371. JOHN DOE No. 10.
(Alias Jas. Harvey.)

White man. Sentenced Feb. 18, 1909, from Labette county; grand larceny; term, 1 to 7 years; maximum, expired Nov. 8, 1914. Age 36; height, 6 ft.; weight, 170; hair, dark brown; eyes, blue; complexion, medium; build, tall and stout. Occupation, cabinetmaker.

Bertillon: 83.0, 87.0, 101.0, 19.7, 15.3, 14.1, 6.3, 28.4, 12.6, 10.29, 49.5.

Finger-print classification: 1  U  II
                             1  U  II 13 Amp.

Marks and scars: I. Middle joint of middle finger enlarged and stiff, with oblique scar across middle joint, cut scar across middle finger close to middle joint, large vaccine scar 6 in. above elbow outer. II. First finger amputated between first and middle joint, middle joint of little finger deformed and finger crooked. III. Vertical crease extending from left cheek bone down to jaw. Same on right cheek. Deep horizontal crease under lower lip. Oblique cut scar 3/4 in. long on right side back of head.

Wanted as an escape at Fort Madison, Ia. Has served terms at Sillwater, Minn., and Anamosa, Ia.

Relative: Mother, Mary Harvey, Quebec, Canada.

Reward, $100.

Transcribed from Criminal X-Ray, Vol. 1, No. 3, October, 1915. Published by The Kansas State Penitentiary for the Bureau of Identification, Kansas State Printing Plant, W. R. Smith, State Printer, Topeka. 1915. 6-1279

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