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1. Babe Hudspeth and Harrison Trow Babe Hudspeth and Harrison Trow 1882 Mention of Babe Hudspeth and Harrison Trow as members of William Quantrill's guerrillas in the Centralia Massacre at the end of the Civil War in Centralia, Missouri.

2. Ben Broomfield, Henry Clements, and James Cummings Ben Broomfield, Henry Clements, and James Cummings 1882 Mention of Ben Broomfield, Henry Clements, and James Cummings as members of William Quantrill's guerrillas in the Centralia Massacre at the end of the Civil War in Centralia, Missouri.

3. Crossroads of America: The Story of Kansas City Crossroads of America: The Story of Kansas City 1948 Three chapters of the book with information about Kansas City related to Jesse James and his gang after the Civil War, including the attorneys at his 1882 trial acquittal (James Reed and Frank Walsh, both...

4. Frank James and Jesse James Birthplace Frank James and Jesse James Birthplace 1882 Photo of the log cabin birthplace of Frank and Jesse James, taken "by Howard Huselton, Kansas City."

5. General Jo Shelby and Johnny Ringo General Jo Shelby and Johnny Ringo December//1971 Photo (of General Shelby) and biographical article about General Joseph Shelby and Johnny Ringo, soldiers "in the Missouri Raid of 1864, fought in the Battle of Westport." Shelby described as a Confederate...

6. Good Bye, Jesse! Good Bye, Jesse! June//1959 Reprint of the article from the April 4, 1882 issue of the Kansas City Daily Journal about the death of Jesse James, reviewing his life, with a portrait of him on the cover.

7. James' Journey: Jesse James, the Notorious Outlaw, Killed; The Bandit Taken Unawares, and Shot While James' Journey: Jesse James, the Notorious Outlaw, Killed; The Bandit Taken Unawares, and Shot While off His Guard 2003 Reprint of article from the Atchison County Journal, April 8, 1882, detailing the killing of Jesse James, as well as information about the James-Younger Gang organization with a membership form.

8. Jesse Hamlet, Frank Shepard, and John Thrailkill Jesse Hamlet, Frank Shepard, and John Thrailkill 1882 Mention of Jesse Hamlet, Frank Shepard, and John Thrailkill as members of William Quantrill's guerrillas in the Centralia Massacre at the end of the Civil War in Centralia, Missouri.

9. Jesse James Jesse James Circa 1890s Charcoal portrait of Jesse James dressed in suit coat, shirt, and cravat. The drawing is signed by the artist. Below the signature is "Jesse James" written in different handwriting and black ink. It also...

10. Jesse James Jesse James 1893 Charcoal portrait of Jesse James dressed in suit coat, vest, shirt, tie, and hat. Drawing is signed by the artist with "93" immediately below the signature. At the bottom right corner, "Frank James" is...

11. Jesse James Jesse James circa 1970s Lithograph drawing of Jesse James in suit coat, shirt, and tie. Drawing is signed by the artist. Below the signature is written "'Gentleman of Missouri' Jesse James -- at twenty eight years of age NEBRASKA...

12. Jesse James, Deceased Jesse James, Deceased Circa 1890s Charcoal portrait of deceased Jesse James with beard, dressed in shirt and cravat. The drawing is signed by the artist. Next to the signature is "Jesse James" written in different handwriting and black...

13. Local Pinkertons and Kansas City Police Department 'Nab' Train Robber Lonie Logan at Dodson, Missouri Local Pinkertons and Kansas City Police Department 'Nab' Train Robber Lonie Logan at Dodson, Missouri Winter//1993 Photo, portrait, and biographical article about Lonie Logan (1882-1900), "alias Lou Curry, a member of Butch Cassidy's Hole-in-the-Wall gang" killed in southern Kansas City by the local Pinkerton Detective...

14. Maupin, Tom Maupin, Tom 1882 Portraits and description of Tom Maupin (later "prosperous on a Texas Ranche") and Dick Maddox ("surviv[ing] the war to fall in a private quarrel with a Cherokee"), and Oll Sheppard (later "killed in Jackson...

15. Quantrill's Band of Guerrillas Quantrill's Band of Guerrillas 1882 Portraits and brief descriptions of Arch Clements (surviving the Centralia Massacre), Fletcher Taylor (later a "wealthy miner"), and Clark Hockensmith (killed with Quantrill in Kentucky), members of William...

16. Quantrill's Black Oath Quantrill's Black Oath 1882 Quote and description of the "Black Oath" of Quantrill's Bushwhackers, with an illustration of the "Black Flag" of "Quantrell."

17. Quantrill's Guerrillas Quantrill's Guerrillas 1882 Portraits and brief descriptions of John Jarrette (later a sheep rancher in Arizona), Allen Parmer (later a cattle rancher in Texas marrying "Miss Susan James, a sister of Frank and Jesse" in Kansas City),...

18. SC161 James Gang Resolution SC161 James Gang Resolution April 28, 1882 This collection contains a resolution passed by the Common Council of the City of Kansas (now known as Kansas City). Following the death of Jesse James, the resolution commends Missouri Governor Thomas...

19. Thomas (Tom) Maupin Thomas (Tom) Maupin Circa 1890s Charcoal portrait of Thomas (Tom) Maupin wearing a checked shirt covered by a pullover with decorated pockets and decorations around the V neck. The drawing is not signed but attributed to Anna Lee (Dillenbeck)...

20. William (Bloody Bill) Anderson William (Bloody Bill) Anderson 1882 Portrait and description of William Anderson, or Bloody Bill Anderson as a member of William Quantrill's guerrillas at the Centralia Massacre before being killed "in attempting to cross the Missouri near...