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San Francisco Police Lieutenant badge #81, made by  J.C. Irvine Kearny St. SF. Sterling.  Issued to Gilbert P. Chase who was appointed 9-7-1894 and retired in Dec. 1931.
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San Francisco Police Lieutenant badge #81, made by  J.C. Irvine Kearny St. SF. Sterling.  Issued to Gilbert P. Chase who was appointed 9-7-1894 and retired in Dec. 1931.

Dec. 16, 1931

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From the Nov. 1930 San Francisco Police and Peace Officers' Journal:
Officer Edward C. Green, Headquarters Co. November 8, 1930, Officer Edward S. Greene shot and killed Edward Jiminez in an attempted holdup of a grocery store at 1192 Haight Street. In September 1931 Officer Greene received the,  “Outstanding Police Hero” medal from the 91st Division Association.

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San Francisco Police Sergeant badge #760, made by Irvine & Jachens. Sterling. Presentation on  back:
Presented to Edward Greene By Members of
Co. E.  Dated 9-16-43.

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Sterling silver San Francisco Police Patrol Driver badge #8, made by Samuels Jewelry. Issued to William P. Griffin, who was appointed April 30, 1934.  Later to be worn by Spike Hennessey.

Sterling silver San Francisco Police Patrol Driver badge #8, made by Samuels Jewelry. Issued to William P. Griffin, who was appointed April 30, 1934. 
Later to be worn by Spike Hennessey.

Photo of Spike Hennessey, San Francisco Police Patrol Driver wearing badge #8, 
Photo courtesy of Robert Kohlstedt.

Presentation badge of Reno Barsocchini from the San Francisco Police Athletic League.  Made by Irvine & Jachens and stamped Gold Filled.
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Reno Barsocchini leading newlyweds Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio as they left the wedding ceremony.

Presentation on reverse: 
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For your support
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Presentation badge of Reno Barsocchini from the San Francisco Police Athletic League.  Made by Irvine & Jachens and stamped Gold Filled.
Reno Barsocchini was a celebrity in San Francisco.  A former baseball player with the San Francisco Seals in the 1930's, he met and became friends with Joe DiMaggio.
After baseball he was the owner of  "Reno's" bar, downtown in San Francisco, and would run Joe's restaurant,
 "Joe DiMaggio's Grotto" on Fisherman's Wharf,
San Francisco. On January 14, 1954 he was Joe's DiMaggio's best man at his wedding with Marilyn Monroe.

Reno Barsocchini leading newlyweds Marilyn Monroe and
Joe DiMaggio as they left the wedding ceremony.

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