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Often Bonnie and Clyde would set up secret meetings with their families: standing left to right are Billie Jean Mace(bonnie's sister), Clyde Barrow, Cumie Barrow(Clyde's Mother) and LC Barrow (Clyde's youngest brother) In front, Left to right, are Marie Barrow(Clyde's youngest sister), Emma Parker (Bonnie's mother), and Bonnie Parker
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Bonnie Parker, half of ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ with Clyde Barrow, was one of America's most famous outlaws in the 1930s, robbing banks and small businesses. Their 21-month crime spree spanned Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Missouri, where they killed at least 13 people and escaped from the police before they were killed at a roadblock near Gibsland, Louisiana, on May 23, 1934.
Billy Bonney, Doc Holliday, Jesse James and Charlie Bowdre. This photo, taken during the summer of 1879 at Las Vegas, New Mexico, was discovered a few years ago. The railroad reached Las Vegas on 4 July that year, and Billy and Charlie were deputized to help quell the rowdy crowds there. Holliday was operating a saloon there. Jesse James visited that summer, arriving by train, looking for a place to hide with his family.
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Hoodoo Brown: Born Hyman G. Neil, the leader of the Dodge City Gang that terrorized Las Vegas, New Mexico from 1879 to early 1880 was considered to be the ‘baddest cowboy of them all. He used his high ranking political position to cover up most of the gang’s crimes, but the citizens of Las Vegas had enough of his corruption and they organized vigilantes to overthrow him in the summer of 1880.
Hot Springs,Arkansas : Jesse James and the Younger Brothers were fond of robbing stagecoaches near Hot Springs. Apparently, it was something to brag about. Here's a photo of three Arkansas men who were robbed of $3000 and some valuables. They commemorated the event by painting "Robbed by Jesse James January 15, 1874 on top of their stagecoach. This was supposedly the first of a string of James-Younger holdups on the road between Malvern and Hot Springs.