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1. A Time to Heal Old Wounds A Time to Heal Old Wounds Fall//1998 Photo and biographical article about late 19th century outlaw Frank James, comparing his trial acquittal to "O. J. Simpson's trial" of the late 20th century.

2. Alexander Franklin (Frank) James Alexander Franklin (Frank) James 1893 Charcoal portrait of Frank James dressed in what appears to be a Confederate cavalry uniform. Drawing is signed by the artist with "93" immediately below the signature. Not visible in the image is "Frank...

3. Ask the Marshall Ask the Marshall May 1, 2006 Letter from a reader of True West inquiring about the total sum acquired by the James-Younger Gang over some 12 years of robberies. Although the letter writer believes the members of the gang gained nearly...

4. Ask the Marshall Ask the Marshall November-December, 2004 Very brief item (in a question and answer format) describing the death of Frank James. The author reports that Frank James died "peacefully of old age" at the James Farm in Clay County, Missouri, on February...

5. Centralia Massacre, First Viewpoint Centralia Massacre, First Viewpoint June 2007 This account of the Centralia Massacre was written by James Clark of Moberly and according to this article was published in the "Moberly Monitor" in 1896. Mr. Clark states, "I have come to the conclusion...

6. Clay County, Missouri Falls Clay County, Missouri Falls ca1880s-90s Exterior view of people gathered around what is identified on the back of the photograph as Fishing River Falls. Back also says Trysting place James Boys, Clay Co. near Kearney. It is believed this site...

7. Dictionary of Missouri Biography Dictionary of Missouri Biography 1999 Biographical information about Jesse James (1847-1882), "America's self-proclaimed Robin Hood," and his brother Frank (1843-1915) and "their murderous careers," starting with guerrilla warfare during the...

8. Fletcher Taylor with Frank and Jesse James Fletcher Taylor with Frank and Jesse James 1893 Charcoal drawing of three of Quantrill's guerrillas: Fletcher Taylor (left), Frank James (sitting), and Jesse James (right). Fletch and Jesse are dressed in suits and hats; Frank is hatless and in uniform....

9. Following Jesse James Following Jesse James October, 2004 Article describes a series of geographic locations associated with the life and death of Jesse James. Landmarks in Independence, Liberty, St. Joseph, and Kearney, Missouri are among the subjects of the...

10. Frank James Frank James 1901-1949 Compilation of photocopied newspaper articles about outlaw Frank James, primarily from Kansas City newspapers. They cover varioius aspects of the life of Frank James and each article is annotated with...

11. Frank James Frank James Newspaper clippings with photos and information on Frank James (1843-1915), an outlaw of "Old West" Missouri starting as one of Quantrill's guerrillas with his brother Jesse in the Civil War.

12. Frank James Frank James March 26, 1905 File contains a photocopy of the last will of Alexander Franklin James, or Frank James (1843-1915), dated November 7, 1912.

13. Frank James Death Certificate Frank James Death Certificate March//1989 One paragraph about a copy of the death certificate of outlaw Frank James (1843-1915) given to the Friends of the James Farm in Kearney, Missouri.

14. Frank James or Henry Clements Frank James or Henry Clements Circa 1890s Charcoal portrait drawing of one of the guerrillas signed by the artist. Below the aritst's name, handwritten in black ink is "Henry Clements (?)" and below that in different handwriting in blue ink is...

15. James Farm Gate Entrance James Farm Gate Entrance ca1950s View from road looking at a gate with James Farm written on the top. Believed to be entrance to James Family farm near Kearney, Missouri, birthplace of Frank and Jesse James.

16. Jesse James Bank Museum Jesse James Bank Museum Information about Frank James and Jesse James in regards to their "[f]irst daylight bank robbery" at the Clay County Savings Bank in Liberty, Missouri, in 1866, built in 1858 and restored in the mid-1900s...

17. Jesse James Family Auction in Excelsior Springs, Missouri Jesse James Family Auction in Excelsior Springs, Missouri 1918 Street view of auction held in Excelsior Springs, Missouri. Description on back of photograph reads: Spinning wheel and curios sold at auction at Excelsior Springs, Clay Co., Mo., March 16, 1918. From...

18. Jesse James Was a Vaquero. .. Jesse James Was a Vaquero. .. Fall//1954 Photo and biographical article about Jesse James (1847-1882), and his brother Frank James and their time spent in the late 1860s as "vaqueros" at the residence of their uncle Drury James in Paso Robles,...

19. Outlaw Gangs of the Middle Border: American Social Bandits Outlaw Gangs of the Middle Border: American Social Bandits October//1981 E. J. Hobsbawm called those western outlaws of 19th century America social bandits. Although outside the law, community members may have regarded them as honorable. This article concentrates on the Jesse...

20. Quantrill and the Border Wars Quantrill and the Border Wars 1910 Portrait and various references to and descriptions of Frank James as one of William Quantrill's guerrillas in the Civil War.