Author:POLICE OFFICER F.A. EDMONDS

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1924 ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT DIARY OF A POLICE OFFICER WHOSE DUTIES RANGE FROM KILLING WILD DOGS TO PLAYING PRACTICAL JOKES ON THE TOWNSPEOPLE OF OBERLIN OHIO

By: POLICE OFFICER F.A. EDMONDS

Price: $885.99

Publisher: OBERLIN OHIO OH, 1924

Seller ID: 0001286

Condition: Good+


On offer is an original 1924 manuscript diary handwritten by Police Officer F.A. Edmonds, who was a police officer in Oberlin Ohio. Officer Edmonds noted details of daily police work which was quite varied: killing and disposing of wild dogs; night watch duties; arrests and the hundreds of small matters a policeman might do in a small town. Historians and collectors of the area will find that Officer Edmonds had a dry terse sense of humor - here are some snippets: Jan 1 At 2:00 or 3:10 the Cleveland Elyria and Toledo Bus No LT 1245649 driven by M.G. Clark drove through passengers getting off t... View more info