Clyde Barrow Gang Collection - 71 Matching Results

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[Photograph of Letter from Raymond Hamilton to A. S. Baskett]
Photograph of the letter with the envelope from Raymond Hamilton to A. S. Baskett, where he denies having any connection to Clyde Barrow and his gang.
[Clyde Barrow in the Morgue]
Photograph of a dead Clyde Barrow lying on a stretcher in a morgue, surrounded by people.
[Letter from San Angelo, Texas Constable's Department to the Dallas, Texas Police Department]
Letter from Fred Gerber of the San Angelo, Texas Constable's Department to the Dallas, Texas Police Department requesting the name of the father of Clyde and Ivy [Ivan] Barrow as well as additional information.
[Poem by Bonnie Parker]
Poem written by Bonnie Parker in which she tries to paint Clyde Barrow and herself in a more positive and heroic light, similar to Jesse James.
[Clyde Champion Barrow FBI Criminal Record]
Clyde Barrow's criminal record compiled by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. It dates from his first arrest at age 16 in 1926 to the last time he was published as a fugitive, shortly after his death.
[Clyde Barrow Mug Shot]
Mug shot of Clyde Champion Barrow.
[Letter from L. M. Pack to the Tulia, Texas Sheriff's Department]
Letter from L. M. Pack a Captain of Detectives, to the Tulia, Texas Sheriff Department responding to their request to send a picture of Clyde Barrow and ensuring his department's full cooperation assisting in his capture.
[Raymond Hamilton FBI Criminal Record]
Raymond Hamilton's criminal record compiled by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. It dates from his first reported crime of car theft in 1931 to the date of his execution in 1935.
[Letter from Wharton County Sheriff to Dallas, Texas Bureau of Identification]
Letter from Sheriff J. C. Willis of Wharton, Texas to the Chief of Detectives of the Identification Bureau of Dallas, Texas requesting photographs of Clyde Barrow, Raymond Hamilton and Bonnie Parker.
[Letter from Ed Portley of the Joplin, Missouri Police Department to Several Texas Police Departments]
Letter from Ed Portley, Chief of Detectives of the Joplin, Missouri Police Department to seven different sheriff's offices and two chiefs of police requesting ideas or suggestions that might aid in the arrest of Clyde Barrow and his accomplices.
[Clyde Barrow, left, and Raymond Hamilton]
Photograph of Clyde Champion Barrow and Raymond Hamilton. Both men are wearing suits and hats.
[Clyde Champion Barrow and W.D. Jones]
Photograph of Clyde Barrow in a suit standing next to W. D. Jones also in a suit.
[Letter from Polk County Sheriff to the Dallas Police Department Chief of Police]
Letter from Polk County Sheriff, C. F. Keeling, to the Chief of Police of the Dallas, Texas Police Department requesting copies of Clyde Barrow's and Bonnie Parker's fingerprints and mugshots, as well as fingerprints and mug shots of their accomplices.
[Clyde Champion Barrow Wanted Poster, 1932 - Sherman, Texas]
Wanted poster for Clyde Champion Barrow in Sherman, Texas for $200. Includes a mug shot from December 3, 1926, his physical description and the details behind his crimes for which the warrant was issued.
[Henry Methvin Oklahoma State Penitentiary Index Card, 1935]
Information index card for Henry Methvin from the Oklahoma State Penitentiary. It lists his charges, sentence and fingerprint classification.
[Henry Methvin Mug-shot and Fingerprint Card, 1935 - Oklahoma State Penitentiary]
Mug-shot and information for Henry Methvin from the Oklahoma State Penitentiary. He entered prison October 2, 1935 on the charge of murder and was sentenced to death. The reverse side is Methvin's fingerprints.
[FBI Wanted Report Cancellation, 05/18/1934]
Cancellation of an Identification Order for Clyde Barrow, issued on May 28, 1934 by the U.S. Department of Justice. It states that the order be canceled due to Barrow being killed in Arcadia, Louisiana on May 23, 1934.
[Telegram to Dallas Police Chief Regarding Raymond Hamilton]
Telegram to the Dallas Chief of Police inquiring as to whether Raymond Hamilton and "three others" are wanted for murder in the recipient's city or state.
[Clyde Champion Barrow Fingerprint Chart, 10/24/1933 - Dallas, Texas Police Department]
Fingerprint chart of Clyde Champion Barrow, mailed from the Division of Investigation from the U.S. Department of Justice to the Chief of Police in Dallas, Texas. It include Barrow's physical description, relatives, and criminal record.
[Clyde Champion Barrow Wanted Report, 10/13/1932 - Abilene, Texas]
Wanted report for Clyde Barrow, issued by W.R. Sibley, the Chief of Police of Abilene, Texas on October 13, 1932, for the daylight robbery of a Piggly-Wiggly store. It includes Barrow's physical description, his accomplices and lists the other counties he is wanted in for murder.
["Barrow Gang" Wanted Poster, 1933 - Van Buren, Arkansas]
Wanted poster for the Barrow Gang: Bonnie Parker, Clyde Barrow, Blanch Caldwell, Marvin Barrow (Clyde's brother) and an unknown person. The poster includes the physical descriptions of each person, and Sheriff Albert Maxey provides details for the monetary prize awarded upon their arrest.