U. S. Marshal badges.

This is one of the original 1950 National issue, (Ike) Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal badges.  The number stamped on the back indicates it was used in New Mexico.   Made by Robbins 1/20 10K GF.

Deputy United States Marshal badge.  Used in the Northern and Eastern Districts of California.  Made by Irvine & Jachens, Gold Front.

DUSM No Dist 16-450
Special DUSM-23-451

Special Deputy United States Marshal badge.  Used in the Northern and Eastern Districts of California.  Made by Irvine & Jachens, Gold Front.

C. H. Peterson was a deputy U. S. Marshal in San Francisco that attended the 20th Grand Army of the Republic encampment.  He was a member of the 7th California Vol. Infantry.

Charles H. Peterson was a deputy U. S. Marshal in San Francisco that attended the 20th encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic.  He was a member of the
 7th California Vol. Infantry.  He was born in Denmark in 1834 and the 1880 U.S. Census lists his occupation as Deputy U. S. Marshal.  He was born in 1834 in Denmark and died in San Francisco October 10, 1906 and is buried in the National Cemetery in San Francisco at the Presidio.

This is one of the original 1950 National issue Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal badges made by Robbins 1/20 10K GF.

New Mexico

On August 4th, 1886, the Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.) held its twentieth annual convention or "encampment" in San Francisco, California.

U. S. Deputy Marshal sterling badge from Hawaii, circa 1902.  Hallmarked:  Made in Honolulu HC sterling.
Obverse of U. S. Deputy Marshal badge from Hawaii, circa 1902.  Hallmarked:  Made in Honolulu HC sterling.  T-pin and Tube catch.

U. S. Deputy Marshal sterling badge from Hawaii, circa 1902.  Hallmarked:  Made in Honolulu HC sterling.

Back of U. S. Deputy Marshal badge from Hawaii,
circa 1902.  Hallmarked:  Made in Honolulu HC sterling. 
T-pin and Tube catch.

U. S. Marshal for the Hawaiian Islands, sterling and hand engraved badge, circa 1923.  Hallmarked:  D. B. (Dawkins Benny) sterling.

U. S. Marshal for the Hawaiian Islands, sterling and hand engraved badge, circa 1923.  Hallmarked: 
D. B. (Dawkins Benny) sterling.

Geo Stumpf letter
Cover of U.S. Marshals book by Sommer

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U.S. Marshalls escorting the extremely brave Ruby Bridges, 6 years old, to school in 1960. This courageous young girl is known for being the first African American child to attend an all-white elementary school in the South

U.S. Marshalls escorting the extremely brave Ruby Bridges, 6 years old, to school in 1960. This courageous young girl is known for being the first African American child to attend an all-white elementary school in the South.

Dep US Marshal 312
Dep US Marshal 312 bk
Deputy U. S. Marshal Cooke Co. Omaha
Deputy U. S. Marshal Cooke Co. Omaha bk
Deputy United States Marshal circle star badge, made by Lamb Seal & Stencil Co. Wash. D.C.

Deputy United States Marshal circle star badge, made by Lamb Seal & Stencil Co. Wash. D.C.

United States Deputy Marshal badge.

United States Deputy Marshal badge.

Deputy US Marshal shield, sterling silver with applied red, white and blue federal seal.

Deputy US Marshal shield, sterling silver with applied red, white and blue federal seal

DUSM Geo. Benson
DUSM Geo. Benson bk

Deputy U. S. Marshal shield from the San Francisco office, worn by George W. Benson.  Hallmarked:  Made by G. M. Wood & Co. Engravers Sutter St. S.F.

Deputy U. S. Marshal J. L. Cook Utah 1893  badge.

Deputy U. S. Marshal J. L. Cook Utah 1893  badge.

DUSM Utah J. C. Cook 1893 bk
Brigham City Bugler April 20, 1895 J.L. Cook DUSM
U. S. Deputy Marshal D. C. (District of Columbia, Washington D.C.) with the initials J. B. P. monogramed in the center.  This sterling silver badge was worn by J. B. Peyton and his name is inscribed on the back.

U. S. Deputy Marshal D. C. (District of Columbia, Washington D.C.) with the initials “J. B. P.” monogramed in the center.  This sterling silver badge was worn by J. B. Peyton and his name is inscribed on the back.

United States Marshall circle cut out star.

United States Marshall circle cut out star.

U. S. Marshal's Office Watchman circle cut out star.

U. S. Marshal's Office Watchman circle cut out star.

Deputy US Marshal shield, gold front with applied red, white and blue federal seal, worn by Donald E. Martin.
back of Deputy US Marshal shield, gold front with applied red, white and blue federal seal, worn by Donald E. Martin.
Donald E. Martin name tag.

Donald E. Martin World War One dog tags.

Deputy US Marshal shield, gold front with applied red, white and blue federal seal, worn by Donald E. Martin.

Donald Embley Martin

Deputy U. S. Marshal Territory of Alaska

Capture1930 Census
Capture1930 Census 2
US Army record 1
Picture on horseback
Hyder Weekly Herald November 26, 1927

Hyder Weekly Herald November 26, 1927

Hyder Weekly Herald September 17, 1927

Hyder Weekly Herald September 17, 1927

Hyder Weekly Herald December 17, 1927

Hyder Weekly Herald December 17, 1927

Hyder Weekly Herald August 10, 1929

Hyder Weekly Herald August 10, 1929

Hyder Weekly Herald November 3, 1928

Hyder Weekly Herald November 3, 1928

Hyder Weekly Herald July 26, 1930 2
Hyder Weekly Herald July 26, 1930

Hyder Weekly Herald July 26, 1930

Hyder Weekly Herald May 28, 1931

Hyder Weekly Herald May 28, 1931

Daily Alaska Empire January 23, 1932

Daily Alaska Empire January 23, 1932
Hyder Weekly Herald April 4, 1931

Hyder Weekly Herald April 4, 1931

Hyder Weekly Herald April 7, 1928

Hyder Weekly Herald April 7, 1928

 

Alaska First Div USM
Alaska First Div USM bk
Alaska First Div USM 1900 Census
Alaska First Div USM 1920 Census1
F.E. Tanner Bio
F.E. Tanner Grave Marker

 

 

Fred E. Tanner

Deputy U. S. Marshal for the Territory of Alaska

J. L. Cook

Deputy U. S. Marshal for Utah

The Daily Alaskan April 12, 1919
The Daily Alaskan April 12, 1919 2

The Daily Alaskan April 12, 1919

Alaska Daily Empire September 9, 1920

Alaska Daily Empire September 9, 1920

Appointment certificate for the position of Field Deputy United States Marshal for the Northern District of California dated May 22, 1944 and signed by U.S. Marshal George Vice.
Lawrence McInerney's Identification card.

Lawrence McInerney’s Appointment certificate for the position of Field Deputy United States Marshal for the Northern District of California dated May 22, 1944 and signed by U.S. Marshal George Vice.

Deputy U. S. Marshal badge worn by Lawrence McInerney circa 1944.

Deputy U. S. Marshal badge worn by Lawrence McInerney circa 1944.

Lawrence McInerney

Deputy U. S. Marshal No. Dist of California

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