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1. Bat Masterson Bat Masterson Photos and information about William Barclay Masterson (Bartholomew Masterson according to one source), or Bat Masterson (~1853-1921), "best remembered as the lawman who helped clean up Dodge City in the...

2. 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...

3. John Russell and Peter Brown with Unidentified Woman John Russell and Peter Brown with Unidentified Woman 1957 Stars of "Lawman" television series: left to right - John Russell, unidentified woman, Peter Brown.

4. Kansas Cowtowns Kansas Cowtowns May, 1975 Photos, illustrations, and article about "Kansas cowtowns" back to the 19th century "Old West," including Wichita, Abilene, and Dodge City and their respective lawmen and outlaws, etc.

5. Lawmaker, Lawbreaker: Henry Newton Brown Lawmaker, Lawbreaker: Henry Newton Brown Winter 2007 Short account of the career of Henry Newton Brown, who served as City Marshall of Caldwell, Kansas, before being captured during a failed bank robbery and excuted in April of 1884. Brown, a native of Missouri,...

6. Lawmen Lawmen File containing information about lawmen in Kansas City, Jackson County, and Missouri in general.

7. Peace Officer's Long Career Bridged Era from Cow Towns to Gangsters Peace Officer's Long Career Bridged Era from Cow Towns to Gangsters May 21,1949 Book review of "Marshal of the Last Frontier" by Zoe Tilghman about her father, William Matthew Tilghman, or William Tilghman (1854-1923 ca.), "[50] years a peace officer on the old frontier." Native of...

8. The Authentic Wild West: The Outlaws The Authentic Wild West: The Outlaws 1977 Numerous photos, illustrations, and biographical information about Frank and Jesse James, outllaws from Clay County, Missouri, with their gang from the Civil War to the early 1880s. Topics including legends,...

9. The New Encyclopedia of the American West The New Encyclopedia of the American West 1998 Photos and entry about the "great cattle towns of the quarter-century following the Civil War" especially in Kansas and "born of the massive cattle drives from Texas." Description of several towns (Abilene,...

10. 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...

11. With Badges & Bullets: Lawmen & Outlaws in the Old West With Badges & Bullets: Lawmen & Outlaws in the Old West 1999 Photos and chapter of the book about Jesse James (1847-1882), a notorious outlaw involved in border warfare mostly surrounding the Kansas City area, born in Clay County, Missouri, and killed in Saint Joseph,...

12. Wyatt Earp Wyatt Earp Information about Wyatt Earp (1848-1929), one of the most famous lawmen of the Old West. He was born in Illinois, raised in Iowa, moved to Oklahoma Territory in about 1868 as a hunter and surveyor, and...