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Jesse James Motion Picture Scene
Jesse James Motion Picture Scene
TitleJesse James Motion Picture Scene
DescriptionAn example of a postcard made and sold by Brookings Montgomery. This one is identified as Death scene of Jesse James, reconstructed for first silent movie, in which Jesse Jr. played the part of his father.
Item TypePhotograph, b/w
CollectionP2, Box 2, Folder 28, Number 85
NotesCollection also contains two negatives with no prints that contain related movie scenes. V-665-2 shows Jesse James II shaking hands with his director and V-665-13 appears to be a scene in conjuction with this photograph and is labeled The end of the Crimson Trail. Negative V-9191 appears to be a view of the room from the movie also.
Local SubjectMotion Pictures
James, Jesse, Jr.
James, Jesse
Digital FormatJPEG
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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