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Leslie Rees was convicted of bigamy at the Moree Quarter Sessions and was sentenced to four months light labour. Women from regional centres were transferred to Sydney to serve their time. Age unknown. Part of an archive of forensic photography created by the NSW Police between 1912 and 1964.

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New South Wales. Dept. of Prisons
Friday, 8 October 1915
Leslie Rees was convicted of bigamy at the Moree Quarter Sessions and was sentenced to four months light labour. Women from regional centres were transferred to Sydney to serve their time. Age unknown. Part of an archive of forensic photography created by the NSW Police between 1912 and 1964.
Glass plate negative: b&w; 4.75 x 6.5
Photograph
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Leslie Selina Gertrude Rees, criminal record number 224LB, 8 October 1915. State Reformatory for Women, Long Bay, NSW
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Emulsion side: 224 LB 1/1 R/R 11/10 20, L.S.G LEES.8.10.15
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Leslie Selina Gertrude Rees, criminal record number 224LB, 8 October 1915. State Reformatory for Women, Long Bay, NSW
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Published Note

Nerida Campbell <A title="Nerida Campbell Femme fatale : the female criminal Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales, 2008. pp 127 " href="http://appfirst/firstadmin/forms/fullRecord.jsp?recno=35761" _title="true">Femme fatale : the female criminal </A>Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales, 2008. pp 127