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[Clyde Barrow Mug Shot - Two Left Halves]

Description: Special mug shot of Clyde Champion Barrow. It is a composite of the left sides of his face mirrored against one another.
Date: unknown
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Clyde Barrow Telegram to Dallas, Texas District Attorney]

Description: Photograph of a personal telegram from Clyde Barrow to the Dallas, Texas District Attorney, Mr. King, disassociating himself from Raymond Hamilton after the events of the Eastham Breakout. Also included is the envelope that telegram was mailed in.
Date: unknown
Creator: Barrow, Clyde
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Clyde Champion Barrow and W.D. Jones]

Description: Photograph of Clyde Barrow in a suit and holding a hat standing next to W. D. Jones who is also in a suit. They are both leaning next to a rock wall.
Date: unknown
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Dallas County Sheriff's Department With Items from Clyde Champion Barrow's Car]

Description: Photograph of Dallas County Sheriff R. A. "Smoot" Schmid, first from left, and Dallas County Deputies Ed Caster, Ted Hinton, and Bob Alcorn standing with items collected form Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker's getaway car, 1934. Items include license plates, bags, maps, magazines, and coats.
Date: unknown
Creator: Dallas (Tex.). Police Dept.
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Shot Gun Pellets]

Description: Photograph of five shot gun pellets taken from the body of state Highway Patrolman Murphy, who was shot and killed by Clyde Barrow on April 1, 1934 at Grapevine, Texas.
Date: unknown
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Site of Grapevine Shooting, 04-01-1934]

Description: Site near Grapevine, Texas where Barrow Gang members shot and killed motorcycle patrolmen E. B. Wheeler and H. D. Murphy.
Date: unknown
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Site of Grapevine Shooting, 04-01-1934]

Description: Four photographs of the site near Grapevine, Texas where Barrow Gang members shot and killed motorcycle patrolmen E. B. Wheeler and H. D. Murphy.
Date: unknown
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives