Members of Bellingham's police department" poses in April 1919 in front of City Hall, now the Whatcom Museum of History & Art. At that time, the police department and city jail were located in the basement of City Hall.
Members of Bellingham's police department" poses in April 1919 in front of City Hall, now the Whatcom Museum of History & Art. At that time, the police department and city jail were located in the basement of City Hall. PHOTO COURTESY OF WHATCOM MUSEUM OF HISTORY & ART
Members of Bellingham's police department" poses in April 1919 in front of City Hall, now the Whatcom Museum of History & Art. At that time, the police department and city jail were located in the basement of City Hall. PHOTO COURTESY OF WHATCOM MUSEUM OF HISTORY & ART

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