Records : of the Richmond (Va.) Police Dept., 1866-1867.

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Richmond (Va.). Police Dept. Records : of the Richmond (Va.) Police Dept., 1866-1867.

Records : of the Richmond (Va.) Police Dept., 1866-1867.

The collection contains accounts, receipts, and other records of payrolls, expenses, fines, forfeitures, and other financial transactions. The records include mention of cholera victims, drunkards, and others being "hauled" off the streets, and fines for various minor offenses such as selling on the sidewalks, or driving too fast. Also includes lists of property taken from prisoners, and receipts for police uniforms and equipment.

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Claiborne, John Herbert, 1828-1905

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Prominent Petersburg, Va., physician and Confederate surgeon. From the description of Papers of John Herbert Claiborne, 1849-1905. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 32960182 Physician of Petersburg, Va. From the description of Prescription book of Dr. Claiborne, physician of Petersburg, Va. [manuscript] 1889. 1889. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647958881 Medical student at the University of Virginia; later Surgeon C.S.A. and m...

Richmond (Va.). Police Dept.

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The first civilian police force after Richmond's occupation at the end of the Civil War. Major John H. Claiborne was the Chief of Police. From the description of Records : of the Richmond (Va.) Police Dept., 1866-1867. (Valentine Richmond Historical Center). WorldCat record id: 29492084 ...