Tag: Police Court

  • Jazz-Age Fun in Police Court

    Pittsburghers have always loved party boats on the river. And parties have always been liable to get out of hand. Ninety-nine years ago, one such incident attracted the attention of the Press police-court correspondent. In those days, it was considered a reasonable exercise of liberty of the press to report the doings in police court with a bit of sarcasm and a little cartoon, so here is your Police Court Sketch for today from Elmer Rigdon.

    —From the Pittsburgh Press, October 3, 1925, page 4. Transcribed below.