Ptl. - the Members of the Force on Patrol - page 4

In Uniform. . .
Police Officer Nickolaus Troll
collar brass is marked 33 (circa - turn of the century)
Family lore has it that he was a strong swimmer and was
involved in rescue/recovery at the General Slocum disaster.

photo courtesy of his great nephew, Robert C. Conner, 105 Pct. NYPD retired
Frank Farrell submitted this portrait of his father, Police Officer Eddie Farrell
who served in the 77 and 75 precincts, and the Accident Investigation Squad
before retiring from the 17th precinct (3rd Division plainclothes)
Included is a copy of PO Farrell's PBA card from 1968

Members of the AIS out of Motorcycle 2 on St. Patrick's Day circa 1959-60
If you recognize yourself in this photo ring in to POLICE NY !

Orchard Beach detail in the mid 1970s
In the center of the photo is Lt. Bernard DiGregorio who later served as the
first Captain of the new 49 Precinct in the Bronx and also retired out of it

photos courtesy his son Dave DiGregorio
The officer on the top right has been identified as 41 pct PO Carl Demarco,
later to be the anti-crime sgt in the 40 pct, retired in the late 1980ís
and the 40 pct. sergeant in 1986 of Ret. Lt. Joe Santangelo of
Brooklyn North Narcotics who supplied that information
Mounted patrolman William H. Galbraith, badge #4518
who died from his injuries after falling from his horse in November 1911
See NYPD Angels - William Galbraith
submitted by his great great nephew Paul Galbraith
Detective and Patrolman Victor Gilbert, circa 1952

1952 NYPD graduating class - 400+

photos courtesy Steve Gilbert
Early portraits

photos courtesy Gary Gorman, NYPD ESU Retired
Portraits of Alexander C. Anderson as Patrolman and Chief Inspector
representing thirty six years on the force

submitted by his grandson, James McCafferty
who also submitted these photos of his grandfather

as a sergeant on Medal Day, May 6, 1916
(lower left corner - click photo for larger image)

on a score card for the
1938 Fire vs. Police Department Baseball Contest

and this 1926 photo of the 1st Precinct
Portraits of Patrolman Edward Policke
the photos on the left are from the 28 Precinct and are dated Sept. 19, 1917
the photo on the right as Sergeant is from the 105 Precinct circa 1925

submitted by his great niece, Lynne Awe, NYPD retired
Portraits of Patrolman Irving Frey
appointed May 5th 1920 - retired May 5th 1940
the shields represent his cap device, detective shield and his
membership shield #70 in the Veteran's Patrolman's Association

submitted by his nephew, Harvey Frey
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