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101. 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...

102. Quantrill and the Border Wars Quantrill and the Border Wars 1910 Portait and descriptions of Coleman Younger, or Cole Younger, one of Quantrill's guerrillas in the Civil War and later an outlaw of the Midwest as leader of the Younger gang.

103. Quantrill and the Border Wars Quantrill and the Border Wars 1909 Illustration and description of "Bloody Bill" Anderson as a horse thief and a ferocious murderer in the preparation of the guerrillas for their raid on Lawrence, Kansas.

104. 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...

105. 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."

106. 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),...

107. Rebel at Large: Recollections of Fifty Crowded Years Rebel at Large: Recollections of Fifty Crowded Years 1947 Description of Jim Crow Chiles, or Jim Chiles, "one of Harry Truman's uncles" and a Confederate outlaw in Independence, Missouri following the Civil War. Recounting of his fatal duel with Independence...

108. Reminiscences of the Women of Missouri during the Sixties Reminiscences of the Women of Missouri during the Sixties //192? Tales of raids by Jayhawkers during the border warfare era in Kansas City leading up to the Civil War, describing the Jayhawker "Jennison" as a "miscreant" of similar magnitude as Quantrill. Reminiscences...

109. Resources Used for Biographical Note Field And Help Identifying Drawings in the Guerrillas and Outlaws Resources Used for Biographical Note Field And Help Identifying Drawings in the Guerrillas and Outlaws Collection 2009 Bibliography of sources used in creating the records in the Guerrillas and Outlaws digital collection. The Missouri Valley Special Collections has numerous materials on the Civil War and the border war....

110. Richard (Dick) Burns Richard (Dick) Burns Circa 1890s Charcoal portrait drawing of Dick Burns in suit, vest, shirt, and hat. The drawing is unsigned but attributed to Anna Lee (Dillenbeck) Stacey. In lower right corner, written in black ink, "Dick Burns."...

111. Ridin' with the James Gang Ridin' with the James Gang June 2002 Article describing various museums in the Kansas City area that interpret the lawlessness, violence, and anti-Union activities of Frank and Jesse James.

112. Robert (Bob) Ewing Younger Robert (Bob) Ewing Younger Circa 1890s Charcoal portrait of Bob Younger in suit coat, shirt, and tie. The drawing is not signed but is attributed to Anna Lee (Dillenbeck) Stacey. "Bob Younger (?)" is written in black ink at the lower right...

113. Robin Hood and the American Outlaw: A Note on History and Folklore Robin Hood and the American Outlaw: A Note on History and Folklore April/June, 1966 The author investigates the application of the Robin Hood folklore legend in connection with such American outlaws as Jesse James and Billy the Kid. He covers the pattern of the tales and ballads which...

114. Samuel Wells (Charlie Pitts), Deceased Samuel Wells (Charlie Pitts), Deceased Circa 1890s Charcoal portrait of deceased Samuel Wells, alias Charlie Pitts, showing unclothed upper torso with bullet hole in upper chest. The drawing is signed by the artist. Below the signature is "Charlie Pitts...

115. 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...

116. Sheet Music From Musical Farce "Little Jessie James" Sheet Music From Musical Farce "Little Jessie James" 1923 In the department's sheet music collection (SC59) can be found a song titled "I Love You!" from L. Lawrence Weber's musical farce called "Little Jessie James" which was a female parody of outlaw Jesse...

117. Sobriquets of Missouri and Missourians Sobriquets of Missouri and Missourians April//1978 Article explains some Missouri sobriquets or nicknames. Includes the various names of the state as the "Puke state" or the "Mule state" or the "Iron State" as well as where and what the name Missouri means....

118. Tales of the Kansas Cow Towns [The Buffalo Hunters, Part Three] Tales of the Kansas Cow Towns [The Buffalo Hunters, Part Three] November/8/1930 Photos and article (third in a series of four articles) about Wyatt Earp's travels in the Kansas prairies in the early 1870s, highlighting his early law enforcement experiences with cowboys and outlaws...

119. Ten Thousand Public Enemies Ten Thousand Public Enemies 1935 Photos and descriptions of crime in early 20th century Kansas City, highlighting some of its more sensational outlaws such as Frank Nash and Johnny Lazia, et al. Many details of infamous criminals operating...

120. The 'Tri-State Terror' Laid to Rest The 'Tri-State Terror' Laid to Rest December/29/1973 Photos and biographical article about Wilbur Underhill, nicknamed the "Tri-State Terror" for his murder and bank-robbing sprees across the three states of Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma in the early 1930s....