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    Jesse James Gang:

    Memento mori victorian. These men, Clell Miller and Bill Chadwell, were with the James Younger gang in Northfield, MN. These two were killed, the Youngers badly wounded and the James boys made a clean escape.

    Left to Right: Billy the Kid, Doc Holliday, Jesse James & Charlie Bowdre. Photo believed to have been taken in New Mexico in 1879.

    Rare Photo of Jesse James and his brother Frank James 1863

    Frank James, Jesse James, Cole Younger, and Bob Younger

    Bonnie and Clyde, pictured here in 1933, were well-known outlaws, robbers, and criminals who traveled the Central United States with their gang during the Great Depression. The couple were eventually ambushed and killed in Louisiana by law officers.

    Calamity Jane wasn't exactly trying to be a prostitute—at least not full-time. After all, she sorta looked like a dude. But anyway, when she wasn't scouting and shooting Indians, which was what she was really known for, she made most of her bills sleepin' with cowboys at Fort Larami

    Captain James Stewart with pilots of his squadron in Marrakesh

    Frank Boardman "Pistol Pete" Eaton (October 26, 1860 – April 8, 1958) was an American author, cowboy, scout, Indian fighter, and Deputy U. S. Marshal for Judge Isaac C. Parker. He was also known to throw a coin in the air, draw and shoot it before it hit the ground.

    Jesse James' first train robbery was July 21, 1873 near Adair, Iowa. The engine, tender, and baggage cars were derailed and the engineer killed. Jesse and his brother Frank, approached the expressman with cocked 44’s. The James-Younger gang rode off with nearly $3,000—worth about $51,000 today.

    GEN George S. Patton

    Civil War Jesse James

    After being shot dead on April 3rd, 1882, Jesse James' body was tied to a board for this picture to be taken.

    David ("Davy") Crockett - 1875 ~ King of the wild frontier. My all time favorite quote of his, upon losing his seat in the U.S. congress from Tennessee, he is reported to have said: "You folks can go to hell; I'm going to Texas!" Along with William Barrett Travers, Jim Bowie, James Bonham, and 180 Texians, he died as one of the defenders of the Alamo...

    Young Jesse James (approx. 16 yrs. of age). Missouri bushwacker riding with Bloody Bill Anderson.

    William T. “Bloody Bill” Anderson (1838 – 1864) was a notorious Confederate guerrilla leader with whom Jesse James associated for a brief period during the Civil War.

    Bob Ford displays the gun he used to shoot Jesse James.

    Bonnie & Clyde

    We love this image of James B. “Jim” Hawkins, a charter member of Company D of the Texas Rangers, because he definitely looks like he’s loaded for bear.

    Joséphine Marcus Earp (1861-1944)

    Wyatt Earp And His Wife - Wyatt Earp (1848-1939) died in 1929 of natural causes. My grandfather , Clearance Perry Blakney (1896-2002) , was 32 years old when Wyatt Earp died.