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1. Al Jennings Dies with Boots Off Al Jennings Dies with Boots Off December/27/1961 Photo and obituary for Al Jennings (~1849-1961), "pint-sized badman of the trains and trails of the Oklahoma territory," imprisoned from about 1902 to 1907 for "robb[ing] 15 or 20 trains" and other crimes...

2. Early Life of Quantrill in Kansas Early Life of Quantrill in Kansas 1902 Biographical article about William Quantrill and his early life in Kansas Territory starting in 1857, arriving then from Ohio as a teacher "on the Marais des Cygnes" River. Description of his theft of...

3. Even the Mother of the Missouri Kid Admitted He Was 'Always a Bad Boy' Even the Mother of the Missouri Kid Admitted He Was 'Always a Bad Boy' December 2012 Article describes a 1902 bank robbery in Union, Missouri carried out by William Rudolph and George Collins and the eventual murder of Pinkerton agent, Charles J. Schumacher. Details concerning Rudolph's...

4. Gladstone Boulevard, at Scarritt Point Gladstone Boulevard, at Scarritt Point Postcard of Gladstone Boulevard, at Scarritt Point

5. How Quantrill Became an Outlaw How Quantrill Became an Outlaw 1902 Reprinting of an article originally appearing in the Mound City Republic, disputing another article (reprinted also) from the Kansas City Journal about Quantrill being a victim of and late member of Union...

6. James (Jim) Younger James (Jim) Younger Circa 1890s Charcoal portrait of Jim Younger in suit coat, shirt, and tie. Drawing is signed by the artist. Below the signature, "Jim Younger" is written in different handwriting and black ink.

7. Political History of Jackson County: Biographical Sketches of Men Who Have Helped to Make It Political History of Jackson County: Biographical Sketches of Men Who Have Helped to Make It 1902 Photo and bio of William Wallace, former prosecuting attorney of Jackson County partly responsible for ridding the area of the James Gang in the early 1880s. Born in Kentucky in 1848 and raised in border...

8. W. C. Quantrill in 1858 W. C. Quantrill in 1858 1902 Reminiscences of Henry Clarke, a sheriff in Lawrence, about Quantrill's personal history as an outlaw starting in Kansas in 1858. Anecdotes about encounters with White Turkey (a Delaware Indian), Frank...

9. Zerelda James at Jesse James' Grave Zerelda James at Jesse James' Grave Postcard of the Grave of Jesse James at Excelsior Springs, Missouri, with his mother standing beside the tombstone.