This is an image of Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman. They were both convicted of conspiracy against the law and sentenced to two years in the penitentary. They both were fined $10,000 each as well on July 9, 1917.
Based on the year of the conviction you should be able to tell me what war was involved.
After her release from prison she was arrested again and deported to Russia where she was first supportive of the Russian Revolution, but eventually spoke out against the violence and supression of independent voices.
The Emma Goldman Papers is a good site to start with if you want to find out more about her.
A great source for historical images can be found at Teaching Politics
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