Morton Grove, May 19, 1982: Morton Grove Police Officer Robert J. Jones, administrative assistant to the police chief, holds handguns turned in by the town's residents after the village banned their possession on Feb. 1, 1982.
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Morton Grove, May 19, 1982: Morton Grove Police Officer Robert J. Jones, administrative assistant to the police chief, holds handguns turned in by the town's residents after the village banned their possession on Feb. 1, 1982. "They are the most photographed guns in the world," he said, speaking of the world-wide interest in the Morton Grove law. #mortongrove Morton Grove, May 19, 1982: Morton Grove Police Officer Robert J. Jones, administrative assistant to the police chief, holds handguns turn #mortongrove





Morton Grove, May 19, 1982: Morton Grove Police Officer Robert J. Jones, administrative assistant to the police chief, holds handguns turned in by the town's residents after the village banned their possession on Feb. 1, 1982. They are the most photographed guns in the world, he said, speaking of the world-wide interest in the Morton Grove law. #mortongrove Morton Grove, May 19, 1982: Morton Grove Police Officer Robert J. Jones, administrative assistant to the police chief, holds handguns turn

Morton Grove, May 19, 1982: Morton Grove Police Officer Robert J. Jones, administrative assistant to the police chief, holds handguns turned in by the town's residents after the village banned their possession on Feb. 1, 1982. "They are the most photographed guns in the world," he said, speaking of the world-wide interest in the Morton Grove law. #mortongrove Morton Grove, May 19, 1982: Morton Grove Police Officer Robert J. Jones, administrative assistant to the police chief, holds handguns turn

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