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1. Artifacts: The Pinkerton Bomb Artifacts: The Pinkerton Bomb May-June//1992 Photos and article about the Pinkerton bomb, "[r]ecently placed on display in a Clay County, Missouri museum, a seemingly innocuous bowl-shaped disc of wrought iron" used by Allan Pinkerton and his Pinkerton...

2. Biography of Avis Elida Smith (1851-1941), Physician Biography of Avis Elida Smith (1851-1941), Physician 1999

3. Friends of the James Farm Bash Friends of the James Farm Bash June 2011 Boggs relates his experience at the Friends of the James Farm Reunion held in June at the farm in Kearney, Missouri. Descendants of the James brothers, Frank and Jesse, and other family and visitors meet...

4. Genealogy Vertical Files Shelf List Genealogy Vertical Files Shelf List A list of general subjects and family surnames in the genealogy vertical files.

5. Ghost Hunters Report Findings from James Site Ghost Hunters Report Findings from James Site November 18, 2006 Miller's Paranormal Research, "a Harrisonville-based team of psychic investigators", staked out the Jesse James Farm in Kearney and issued a report concluding that the farm is not haunted by James family...

6. James (Jim) Robert Cummins James (Jim) Robert Cummins 1893 Charcoal portrait of James (Jim) Cummins (sometimes spelled Cummings) in suit coat and checked (?) shirt. The drawing is signed by the artist with "93" immediately below the signature. At the bottom right...

7. James Family Genealogy James Family Genealogy File includes genealogical information about the Jesse and Frank James family: Jesse's wife and first cousin Zerelda Amanda Mimms; great-grandparents William James (1754-1805) and Mary Hines (1774-?);...

8. James Farm Exhibit Puts Focus on Slave Lineage James Farm Exhibit Puts Focus on Slave Lineage February 16, 2005 A display at the Jesse James Farm and Museum located in Clay County, Missouri, at 21216 Jesse James Farm Road highlights for Black History Month the presence of slaves in the James family. Perry Samuel...

9. 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.

10. Jesse James Display Jesse James Display n.d. View of a framed display with labeled artifacts that relate to Jesse James and the James Family as well as the Youngers. Includes photographs, guns and gun equipment as well as a pair of boots and a bridle....

11. 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...

12. Kearney, Missouri Cemetery Kearney, Missouri Cemetery ca1950s View of the Samuels/James grave markers in the Kearney, Missouri cemetery.

13. Mrs. Jesse James, Jr. Recent Visitor at Museum Mrs. Jesse James, Jr. Recent Visitor at Museum December 1965 Photo and biographical article about Mrs. Jesse James, Jr., the widow of the son of the Jesse James, with anecdotes about her experiences with the James family and with other people's shock at her identity...

14. Towns and Villages in Clay County: Harlem, Missouri Towns and Villages in Clay County: Harlem, Missouri Fourth Quarter 1991 Focus on the influence of the James family on Harlem, Missouri. Franklin Alexander James was born January 10, 1843, at the Thomason's boarding house in Harlem. Family members and names of James family...

15. Violent Birth of a Legend: Jesse James and His Murderous Rise to Infamy Violent Birth of a Legend: Jesse James and His Murderous Rise to Infamy February//2003 Discussion and overview of Jesse's James life and reasons why he "arguably [was]one of America's greatest folk heroes." The author references a biography of Jesse by T. J. Stiles, "Jesse James: Last Rebel...

16. Wild West Photograph Collection Finding Aid Wild West Photograph Collection Finding Aid The majority of photographs in this collection came from the Brookings Montgomery photograph collection purchased by the library in the 1960s. Images are of outlaws, cowboys, Indians, lawmen, judges, western...

17. Will of Zerelda Samuel Will of Zerelda Samuel March 25, 1905 File containing a copy of the last will and testament of Mrs. Zerelda Samuel, mother of Frank and Jesse James, dying in Kearney, Missouri in 1911.