Saturday, November 8, 2014

Sutherland. The Professional thief by a professional thief. Bibliography. UChiPress. 1937.

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30.   Gardner, Arthur R.L. Art of Crime. London, 1931.
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33.   Guerin, Eddie. I Was a Bandit. New York, 1929.

34.   Haggart, David. The Life of David Haggart. Edinburgh, 1821.
35.   Hambly, Charles R. Hold Your Money: A Sucker’s Handbook – Con Games Exposed. Los Angeles, 1932.
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53.   -. “The Woman and the Underworld,” ibid., XXVI (March, 1936), 891-902.
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78.   Report of [Chicago] City Council Committee on Crime. Chicago, 1915.
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