Australian Murder Victims (1910-1960) Bedroom, scene of shooting murder of Alice Isabella Anderson by Maurice Reuben John Anderson, and the subsequent suicide of the latter, at 75 Birrell St Waverley, NSW, 2 May 1944.Murder victim bound in fabric and rope, Woolloomooloo, 1959Bedroom with female murder victim on bed. Location and details unknown; presumably Sydney, ca 1942.Female corpse in drained suburban dam. Presumably Sydney.Dead body, female, lying on living room floor, late 1930s.Axe photographed in relation to an assault, City Central, Sydney.Body of a woman in a print dress lying on the floor in front of a Singer treadle sewing machine.Dining room with blood spatters and signs of struggle, scene of shooting murder of Alice Isabella Anderson by Maurice Reuben John Anderson, and the subsequent suicide of the latter, at 75 Birrell St Waverley, NSW, 2 May 1944.Dead man on rail (or possibly tram) tracks, late 1930s.Interior, wardrobe with female corpse. Details unknown, late 1930sCorpse, late 1930s.Scene of murder, Beattie Street, Balmain.Dead body, covered in mud, at edge of reservoir, presumably Sydney, around 1940Scene of the shooting murder of Dr Claude Tozer, at the home of Dorothy Mort, Lindfield, NSW, 21 December 1920.Murder victim bound in fabric and rope, Woolloomooloo, 1959Decomposed body in bush, policeman in background, ca. 1930.City Morgue, Sydney.Bedroom with man’s hat on bloodstained bed. Mid-1940s.Murder victim, Church Point.Domestic interior, with two dead people in bed, with framed Sacred Heart pictures on wall above bed.Detective, holding victim’s hat, standing near female corpse in drained suburban dam. Presumably Sydney. Details unknown, ca 1938.Scene of murder, Granville, 1959Bedroom, with bloodstained bed reflected in dressing table mirror.Corpse in vacant lot, believed to be John Stanislaus (Jack) Keane, bookmaker, victim of gangland-style shooting, Coward Street, Mascot, October, 1933. Excerpts from the forensic photography archive at the Justice & Police Museum in Sydney, Australia which contains an estimated 130,000 negatives created by the New South Wales Police between 1910 and 1960.