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English: Crop of original group photograph taken of H Division at Leman Street police station in London c.1886. Authors Wolf Vanderlinden (in Ripper Notes #26, July 2006) and Donald Rumbelow (in Jack the Ripper: SCotland Yard Investigates, released in October of 2006) tentatively identify this as Abberline. He reasons that the photograph was taken while Abberline was a detective officer at the station. The bowler-hat and mutton-chop whiskers match contemporary sketches and descriptions of Abberline. As an inspector he would have had a prominent position in any photograph taken; this gentleman is standing in the front row. This identification is in dispute, however, as a number of authors have pointed at the man to the right in this photo (this man's left) as being Abberline, as that man also has similar facial hair, has a cane in the correct hand, and, most importantly, more closely matches a contemporary illustration of Abberline.
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  • 2008-02-10 15:06 Jack1956 288×756×8 (123703 bytes) Original group photograph taken c.1886
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