Joseph Derion. Incarcerated for Manslaughter 4.
George Cothran. Incarcerated for Grand Larceny.
Fred Pickeral. Incarcerated for Forgery 2
Roy Case. Incarcerated for Breaking Jail.
James Young. Incarcerated for enticing female for purpose of prostitution.
William Williams (#2). Incarcerated for assault with intent to kill.
Lillian Garfield and Bertha Hastings. Incarcerated for Grand Larceny.
John Brubaker. Incarcerated for Grand Larceny. John and brother Hiram were arrested for stealing hogs.
Hiram Brubaker. Incarcerated for Grand Larceny. Hiram and brother John were arrested for stealing hogs.
Ella Buckner. former "Queen of Smoky Row". Incarcerated for Robbery 1.
Uri Henson. Incarcerated for Grand Larceny.
Hiram Shockey. Incarcerated for picking pockets.
William Washington. Incarcerated for Burglary and Larceny.
George Young. Incarcerated for Grand Larceny.
"Pinkey" Dunn. Incarcerated for Grand Larceny.
Kansas State Penitentiary
The Lansing Historical Museum houses a collection of glass plate negatives capturing inmate mugshots from the Kansas State Penitentiary. Our first batch of 16 inmate images are dated from March of 1902. At this time men and women were received and in-processed together, and therefore this collection of mugshots captures the images of both men and women. It was not until the formation of the Kansas State industrial Farm that women were in-processed and held separately.
Did you know? In 1902 the most common criminal charges for men and women included Grand Larceny, Burglary, Manslaughter, and Forgery.