Billings Police Force, 1912
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OW Terrell, Bert Talgo, William Schneider and Enos Nelson: Second Row > Charles Heagney (far left - a jailor), PN Schultz, and Matt Thomas. See Police Trio Looks Back, Billings Gazette, July 25, 1937. Enos Nelson was killed in the line of duty on December, 16, 1917 when he was shot near the Little Terrace Saloon on Minnesota Avenue- See Grim Souvenirs Recall, Helena Independent, February 2, 1933. The saloon was torn down in 1955 - See Dismantling of Little Terrace Saloon, Billings Gazette, August 28, 1955. Heagney and Schultz served for many years on the force - See Local Police Force Largest In Its History, Billings Gazette, November 26, 1939.
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- Billings Public Library
- Billings, Montana
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- Unknown, (1912) Billings Police Force, 1912. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://cdm16013.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p103401pblhc/id/797
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