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    All the criminals were well dressed back than.
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    Marko. One very interesting bit of photo history.

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    Very interesting - but I will confess to being a bit disappointed though . When I read the title and saw it was from Marko, I was looking forward to some more self portraits in the 1920's gangster style.
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    The criminals really had some style back then!
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