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41. Dictionary of Missouri Biography Dictionary of Missouri Biography 1999 Short biography of wild west figure Calamity Jane (ca. 1856-1903) written by Charles T. Jones, Jr. with citations.

42. Dillinger Is Slain Dillinger Is Slain July/23/1934 News of the slaying of notorious outlaw John Dillinger, "Public Enemy Number One," by federal agents in Chicago and crowds of spectators rushing on the scene, with photos and a chronology of Dillinger's...

43. 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...

44. 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...

45. Family Asks: Is Clell Miller in His Grave? Family Asks: Is Clell Miller in His Grave? June 12, 2012 Article examines the mystery of whether the remains of Clell Miller, an outlaw with the James-Younger gang, are his that are buried at Muddy Fork Cemetery in Kearney, MO. Descendants of Miller have petitioned...

46. 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....

47. 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.

48. Frank James and Jesse James Birthplace Frank James and Jesse James Birthplace 1882 Photo of the log cabin birthplace of Frank and Jesse James, taken "by Howard Huselton, Kansas City."

49. 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...

50. General Jo Shelby and Johnny Ringo General Jo Shelby and Johnny Ringo December//1971 Photo (of General Shelby) and biographical article about General Joseph Shelby and Johnny Ringo, soldiers "in the Missouri Raid of 1864, fought in the Battle of Westport." Shelby described as a Confederate...

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

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

53. Good Bye, Jesse! Good Bye, Jesse! June//1959 Reprint of the article from the April 4, 1882 issue of the Kansas City Daily Journal about the death of Jesse James, reviewing his life, with a portrait of him on the cover.

54. Gun that Killed Jesse James Sets Record Gun that Killed Jesse James Sets Record March, 2004 Article describes the sale of ''the gun that killed Jesse James'', a .44 caliber Smith and Wesson Model No. 3 single action revolver, for $350,000 at auction on November 9-10, 2003.

55. Guns That Won the West Guns That Won the West June//1959 Section of the article about guns of famous Old West gunfighters and those used by Jesse James and the James Gang, with photos, letter excerpts, etc.

56. Harvey Logan, Alias Kid Curry Harvey Logan, Alias Kid Curry File contains multiple articles about the life of Harvey Logan, alias Kid Curry, an outlaw with his brothers in the Logan gang and with the Wild Bunch, including Lonie Logan, Butch Cassidy, and the Sundance...

57. History of Kansas City, Missouri History of Kansas City, Missouri 1888 Biographical sketch of Henry Craig who was born in Kentucky in 1848, became a lawyer and moved to Kansas City in 1869. In 1876 he was "elected by a very large majority to the Missouri House of Representatives"...

58. 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...

59. I Had a Hunch [Part Five] I Had a Hunch [Part Five] February/4/1928 Fifth in a series of autobiographical articles with illustrations about Arthur Stilwell, a Kansas City railroad magnate of the southern Midwest in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Description of his later...

60. Illustrated Lives and Adventures of Frank and Jesse James and the Younger Brothers, the Noted Western Illustrated Lives and Adventures of Frank and Jesse James and the Younger Brothers, the Noted Western Outlaws //1881 Portraits of Bill Chadwell, Clell Miller, and Charles Pitts, all members of the Younger and James Gangs killed at a bank robbery in Northfield, Minnesota, in 1876.