National Outlaw & Lawman Association records, 1775-2007  PDF  XML

Overview of the Collection

Creator
National Outlaw & Lawman Association
Title
National Outlaw & Lawman Association records
Dates
1775-2007 (inclusive)
Quantity
20.59 cubic feet (47 boxes)
Collection Number
09030
Summary
Publications, records, and research material of an organization devoted to the study of crime in the American West.
Repository
University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center
American Heritage Center
University of Wyoming
1000 E. University Ave.
Dept. 3924
Laramie, WY
82071
Telephone: 307-766-3756
ahcref@uwyo.edu
Access Restrictions
Access Restrictions

There are no access restrictions on the materials for research purposes, and the collection is open to the public.

Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

The National Outlaw & Lawman Association (NOLA) was formed in 1974 to foster an interest and research in outlaws and lawmen of America's Old West and America's current history of crime. NOLA sponsored an annual rendezvous and dedications, celebrations, and memorials throughout the United States. A quarterly magazine was published.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The collection contains correspondence, particularly that of William T. Brannon; organizational records; research and subject files; posters; photographs; handbills; manuscripts; bibliographies; maps; and organizational awards. There are also documents; periodicals; clippings; and several artifacts. Subjects include Butch Cassidy, the Sundance Kid, and the Wild Bunch; Jim East; Wyatt Earp; and the James and Younger brothers. Early settlers, fur traders, freighters and miners are also among the characters described. William Brannon is the most prominently represented crime author in this collection with his manuscripts, service and author's awards, and books included. He was a writer for King Features Syndicate-True Crimes and Mysteries series. A plaque of NOLA Hall of Fame inductees is included in the collection, as well as audiocassettes of board meetings and presentations.

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Restrictions on Use

Copyright Information

The researcher assumes full responsibility for observing all copyright, property, and libel laws as they apply.

Preferred Citation

Preferred Citation

Item Description, Box Number, Folder Number, Collection Name, Collection Number, American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top

Preservation Note

System Requirements

Interview with Sheriff Donald Cox, 1975 -- Reel-to-reel tape.

Board meetings and presentations -- audiocassettes.

Related Materials

Related Materials

There are no known other archival collections created by the National Outlaw & Lawman Association at the date of processing.

Acquisition Information

Acquisition Information

The collection was received from the National Outlaw and Lawman Association, 1981-2008.

Processing Note

Processing Information

The collection was processed by Jean Henderson in June 1989. The finding aid was encoded and later accretions added by Zachary Carmichael in September 2020.


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I. Primary MaterialReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Art
undated:
Posters (featuring famous characters, outlaws and lawmen of the early American West):
Box
1A
Bat Masterson
1A
War Chief Gall
1A
Black Bart
1A
Wyatt Earp
1A
Samuel Colt
1A
Pat Garrett
1A
Tom Smith
1A
Butch Cassidy (George Leroy Parker)
1A
Jesse James
1A
Frank James
1A
Pear Har
1A
"Wild Bill" Hickok
1A
Annie Oakley (Phoebe Moses)
1A
Perry Owens
1A
"Buffalo Bill" Cody (Colonel William F. Cody)
1A
"Billy the Kid" (William Boney aka McCarty)
1A
"Doc" Holliday (John Henry Holliday)
1A
"Sitting Bull" (Sioux Chief, Tatanka Yotanka)
Statues (bronze, approximately 9" tall, with sculptors' illegible signature):
Box
1B
Billy the Kid
1B
Wyatt Earp
Artifact
1976:
Box
1A
An American flag from the Bicentennial Celebration
1776-1976
Box
1
Audio Tape
1975:
Box
1C
7" reel - 3 3/4 ips with 40-45 minutes duration of recording: An interview with Sheriff Donald Cox, former sheriff in Sacramento, California, 1931-1961. Participants were Kathy Scott, Bob Shaffer, interviwers and Inspector Clay Worthley
March 15, 1975.
Awards
1951-1976:
William T. Brannon service and author's awards:
Box
1C
"Personalities of the South"
1C
"Notable Americans of the Bicentennial Era"
1C
"Mystery Writers of America"
1C
"1951 Edgar Allen Poe Award"
1C
"Certificate of Merit from American Crime Writers"
1971
Bibliography, by Elizabeth Brownell
1976:
Box
1C
"On Outlaws, Scofflaws and Lawmen" from holdings of the Teton County Historical Society of Jackson, Wyoming
August 1976.
Bibliographical File
ca. 1960-1972:
Box
1C
Douglas LaConte Barker, b. 1924-d. 1960, by James R. Barker, his father and Betty, his widow. Photocopy.
1C
W. E. "Dan" Ross, includes newspaper clippings and articles contributed by "Dan" Ross
1967-1972
Correspondence Files
1948-1976:
Box
2
Concerning Wiliam T. Brannon, author of true crime stories and a former president of NOLA. Arranged in folders, compiled and titled by W. T. Brannon; all photocopies, unless otherwise noted:
Box
2
W.T.B and Frederick Dannay, co-writer with Manfred Lee, under the pseudonym "Ellery Queen"; also includes autobiographical memoirs by B. Kendrick
1970-1971
2
Miscellaneous letters "From Brannon"
1966-1976
2
Clues and Mystery Writers of America, also stories for True Experience and Coronet
1948-1949
2
Miscellaneous letters "To Brannon"
1960-1976
2
W.T.B. and his book, "Yellow Kid" Weil
1974-1976
2
Personal "Get Well" Cards
2
W.T.B. and Michael Avallone
1965-1975
2
W.T.B. and Lawrence G. "Larry" Blochman
1969-1974
2
W.T.B. and Howard Circher
1974
2
W.T.B. and "Joe" Corona
1967-1971
2
W.T.B. and Anita Diamant
1963-1975
2
W.T.B. and David Dressler
1969-1970
2
W.T.B. and Bob Fish
1969-1975
2
W.T.B. and "Ed" Edward Gibbons
1968-1972
2
W.T.B. and Al Govoni
1966-1975
2
W.T.B. and Mauri Grashin
1967-1974
2
W.T.B. and Frank San Hamel
1974-1975
2
W.T.B. and Dale Harrison
1963-1974
2
W.T.B. and Ralph Hollenbeck, Editor of King Features Syndicate
1970-1974
2
W.T.B. and Ben Kartman
1969-1972
2
W.T.B. and King Features Syndicate
1972-1975
2
W.T.B. and Clark Kinnaird (includes 1974 biography of Clark Kinnaird from Contemporary Authors)
1967-1975
2
W.T.B. and Barbara Norville
1974-1979
2
W.T.B. and Hillary Waugh
1969-1972
2
W.T.B. and Phyllis A. Whitney
1968-1974
2
W.T.B. and Harry Whittington
1964-1974
Correspondence
1979-1984:
Box
Concerning NOLA and includes board business, lists of board members and committees; material was originally in a metal file box and then rearranged in folders:
Box
3
NOLA - Board Business
1970-1984
3
NOLA - Forms and Publications (Quarterly and Newsletters)
1983-1984
3
NOLA - Inquiries
1983-1984
3
NOLA - Membership Lists
1975-1984
3
NOLA - Miscellaneous Mail Received
1983-1984
3
NOLA - Rendezvous
1975-1984
3
NOLA - University of Wyoming
1980
3
NOLA - Letters of Jim Dullenty and John "Jack" De Mattos
1980
3
NOLA - Letters from Jim Dullenty
1983-1984
3
NOLA - Letters of Mary Garman, President
1983-1984
3
NOLA - Letters of Frank Garman, former member and past president (2 folders)
1979-1982
3
NOLA - The Providence Mint re: O.K. Corral belt buckle
1982
3
NOLA - Letters, etc. from Sue Van Slyke, treasurer
1983-1984
Correspondence, General
1955-1972:
Box
3
Letter from Frank O'Rourke, Secretary-Treasurer of Tri State Old Time Cowboys Memorial Museum, Chadron, Nebraska
1972
3
Letters and clippings of Charles Paisens, collector of material on the lives of Western figures
1955
Handbills
1900-1917:
Box
3
"$4,000 Reward for the capture of Robert Leroy Parker - Dead or Alive - wanted for robbery of the First National Bank of Winnemucca, Nevada, September, 19, 1900."
1900
3
"$500 for the arrest and conviction of said unknown person, signed by Hiram W. Johnson, Governor of California, for the murderer of H. C. Pingrey, of Galt, County of Sacramento, California, November 3, 1912"..."upon arrest wire at once to Sheriff Dave Ahern, Sacramento, California"; also includes four numbered cases listing a description of the individual and the crime, signed by Dave Ahern, Sheriff of County of Sacramento. One card #197 on letterheard of the Sheriff of the County of Sacramento, signed by Dave Ahern
1912
3
"Wanted for violation of Probation - John W. Mitchell", signed by W. F. Gormley, Sheriff of Sacramento County, California; other side "Wanted for Grand Larceny and Passing Fictitious Checks - Henry McCarthy, alias (Cohen)", signed by W. F. Gormley, Sheriff.
1917
Manuscripts
undated:
Box
Benteen, John:
Box
4
Firing Squad, n. d., 161 pages, carbon copy, 2 folders
4
Shotgun Man, n. d., 163 pages, carbon copy, 2 folders
4
The Spotted Stallions, n. d., 159 pages, carbon copy, 2 folders (Sundance No. 9)
4
Title page missing, n. d., pages 2 through 158, carbon copy, 2 folders (Sundance No. 10)
Manuscripts
undated and ca. 1973:
Box
Betensen, Lula Parker:
Box
5
My Brother, Butch Cassidy, as told to Dora Flack, 148 pages, photocopy
5
Butch Cassidy, My Brother, 201 pages, primarily carbon copy
Boren, Kerry Ross:
Box
5
Arkansas Spanish Treasure Cave, 3 pages, carbon copy
5
James Baker, 27 pages, carbon copy
5
The Battle of the Arickaree: An Eye Witness Account, by John Grounds and K. R. Boren, 10 pages, carbon copy
5
Untitled Lecture Before the League of Utah Writers, 12 pages, original typescript
October 24, 1973
5
A Brief History of the Ancestry of Bob Ford, includes a biography of John Ford, and "Misconceptions of Some Western Outlaws" 3 short manuscripts, carbon copies
5
The Cabin of Uncle Jack Robinson, 12 pages, carbon copy
5
The Saga of Captain Jack, 15 pages, original typescript
5
Crazy John (page 1 original typescript; pages 2 through 5, carbon copies)
5
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid: They Didn't Die in South America, 19 pages, carbon copy
5
Last Survivor of the Wild Bunch, 19 pages, carbon copy
5
Autobiography of Charles Garvin Dowd, as taken from taped interviews, orginial typescript; includes introduction and 59 pages, and a review by C. W. Breihan. A manuscript of an obituary for Charles Gervin Dowd, son of Cleophas J. Dowd, 2 pages, carbon copy
5
Cleophas J. Dowd, by his son, James S. at the age of 83 years; 4 pages of recollections, etc., carbon copy
Manuscripts
1966-1974:
Box
Boren, Kerry Ross (continued):
Box
6
The Lost Ewing Mine, 12 pages, carbon copy (Jesse Ewing)
6
For Conscience' Sake: Trials of a Mormon Polygamist, 31 pages, carbon copy "A Manuscript of the History of the Life of Thomas Schofield"
July 22, 1970
6
Georgetown, Kentucky's Lost Yankee Loot, 6 pages, carbon copy, includes photocopies of articles concerning the history of Georgetown, pioneers, slaves and tresaure
6
The Gold of Carre-Shin-Ob, 10 pages, carbon copy
6
Grandad Knew Butch Cassidy, 20 pages, annotated original transcript
6
Amos Hill: Hermit of the Green River, 5 pages, carbon copy
6
In-Laws and Outlaws, 6 pages, carbon copy
6
Isles of Shoales Treasure, 2 pages, carbon copy
1970
6
Frank and Jesse James in the Vicinity of Brown's Hole, 17 pages, carbon copy
6
Elijah "Lige" Driscoll of Henry's Fork, 3 pages, carbon copy
6
Liver-Eating Johnson, real name, John Johnston, 3 pages, carbon copy
November 21, 1970
6
The Lost Silver Crowns of the Appalachians, 8 pages, carbon copy
6
Dr. Marsh's Gold, 2 pages, carbon copy
6
The Story as Told of Jack Morrow, 1 page, carbon copy
6
The Old Stateline Schoolhouse, 3 pages, carbon copy
6
Big Nose George Parrot, 13 pages, original typescript
6
Dr. Parsons' Cabin of Brown's Park, Utah, 13 pages, carbon copy
May 18, 1971
6
The Red Sash Gang, 12 pages, handwritten in ink
6
The Untold Store of Chief Walker and the Mormons, "The Story of the settlement of Manti, Sanpete County, Utah, Isaac Morley, William W. Potter and other pioneers who made the settlement possible", 37 pages, carbon copy
6
Utah's Great Diamond Hoax, 8 pages, annotated original typescript
6
The Tortured Frenchman's Lost Tennessee Treasure, 5 pages, carbon copy, with attachments
6
Virginia's Haunted Treasures, 5 pages, carbon copy, with attachment
6
Washakie - The Friend of Peace: Chief of the Shoshones, 15 pages, carbon copies
6
Interview with John Massey, 5 pages, carbon copy
May 27, 1970
6
Interview with Tim Potter, 1 page, carbon copy
May 28, 1970
6
Introduction - "Guns and Gallows", 4 pages, carbon copy
6
Lecture Before the Daggett County Historical Society on Early Residents and the Fur Trade of Daggett County, Utah, 8 pages, carbon copy
October 29, 1970
6
Speech for Pioneer Day, 6 pages, carbon copy
July 24, 1966
6
Out-of-the-Way-West-Utah, 2 pages, carbon copy
Breihan, Carl W.:
Box
6
C.W.B. and Marion Ballert, Billy the Kid, a Date with Destiny, Introduction and Chapters 1-23, 5 folders, annotated carbon copy
ca. February 1974
6
Quantrill, the Fifth Horseman, 123 pages, carbon copy
Bundy, Rex:
Box
6
And Four Were Hanged, 16 pages, carbon copy
6
John B. Dunn - Old Style Lawman, 15 pages, carbon copy
6
Jim East, Western Lawman, 19 pages, carbon copy
Manuscripts
1949-1976:
Box
The following are all written by William T. Brannon for King Features Syndicate - True Crimes and Mysteries Series; all mechanically reproduced unless otherwise noted.
Box
7
An 'Accidental' Fire and Triple Murder
ca. 1972
7
An Alligator Finished the Bungled Murder
7
Bad Boy's One-Man Crime Wave
7
The Blind Date to Death
7
The Body was Surrounded by 22 Knives
ca. 1967
7
Bloody Path Along the Tamiami Trail
ca. 1970
7
Bloody Rampage of Milwaukee's Stab-Slayer
ca. 1967
7
Bloody Saturday Night in Tampa
ca. 1974
7
Bloody Trail of the Credit Card Killer
ca. 1973
7
The Boy Who Ran Away to Death
ca. 1972
7
The Brutal Ending to a Love Affair
ca. 1975
7
A Bullet for Each Love Affair
1973
7
The Case of the Accusing Killer
ca. 1971
7
The Case of the Barefooted Killer
ca. 1973
7
The Case of the Black Satin Murder Spree
ca. 1971
7
The Case of the Body in the Barrel
ca. 1972
7
The Case of the Body in the Bedspread
ca. 1971
7
The Case of the Body in the Drawer
ca. 1955
7
The Case of the Boy Who Wanted to Play Basketball
1969
7
The Case of the Burning Killer
ca. 1972
7
The Case of the Car-Stealing Killer
ca. 1971
7
The Case of Charming 'Sweet Charlie'
ca. 1973
7
The Case of the Cheating Sunday School Teacher
ca. 1968
7
The Case of the Corpse in the Dump
ca. 1968
7
The Case of the Crime Diaries
ca. 1970
7
The Case of the Crucified Redhead
ca. 1968
7
The Case of the Deadly Socialite
ca. 1968
7
The Case of the Dismembered Scuba Diver
ca. 1975
7
The Case of the Elusive Kidnapper
ca. 1969
7
The Case of the Family Arsonist
ca. 1969
7
The Case of the "Familiar" Killer
ca. 1970
7
The Case of the Grave Robbing Addicts
ca. 1973
7
The Case of the Green Plastic Bags
ca. 1970
7
The Case of the Helpful Hookers
1976
7
The Case of the Holiday Murder
1970
7
The Case of the Killer on Crutches
ca. 1970
7
The Case of the Unsearched Woman
ca. 1970
7
The Case of the May-December Killers
ca. 1970
7
The Case of the Missing Barmaid
ca. 1968
7
The Case of the Missing Fireman
ca. 1970
7
The Case of the Murdering Practical Joker
ca. 1975
7
The Case of the Nude in the Bathtub
ca. 1974
7
The Case of the Nude Body in the Bay (galley)
ca. 1969
7
The Case of the Parking Lot Abductor
ca. 1969
7
The Case of the Part-Time Murderer
ca. 1968
7
The Case of the Profane Robber-Rapists
ca. 1975
7
The Case of the Reckless-Driving Killer
ca. 1966
7
The Case of the Rob-and-Run Crime Ring
ca. 1969
7
The Case of a Scream in the Night
ca. 1968
7
The Case of the Secret Witness
ca. 1967
7
The Case of the Shocking Motive
ca. 1966
7
The Case of the Slain Girl and Her Dog
ca. 1970
7
The Case of the Smoked-Out Cop Killer
1974
7
The Case of the Talkative Killer
ca. 1970
7
The Case of the Teenage Sex Killer
ca. 1975
7
The Case of the Telltale Teeth Marks
ca. 1973
7
The Case of the Thirsty Slayer
ca. 1970
7
The Case of the Wild-Eyed Killer
ca. 1971
7
The Case of the Wizard Who Killed Satan
ca. 1976
7
The Child Molester Turned to Murder
ca. 1972
7
Citizens Helped Track the Killer
ca. 1970
7
A Citizen's Valor Cost His Son's Life
ca. 1969
7
Death Came with the Agent's Undercover Job
ca. 1969
7
Death Ended the Drinking Date
ca. 1969
7
Death Lurked at the Rest Stop
ca. 1968
7
The Death Trail of the Most Immoral Outlaws
1976
7
Death was the Disc Jockey's Sign-Off
ca. 1975
7
The Doctor's Second Hospital was a Basement
ca. 1949
7
Fame as a Mass Murderer was the Killer's Ambition
ca. 1975
7
Final Scene for the Porno Film Dealer
ca. 1972
7
Fire Failed to Cover the Crime
ca. 1975
7
The Go-Go Gal's Flirting Led to Death
ca. 1969
7
The Greedy Killer Got Nothing
ca. 1972
7
He Killed at the Devil's Order
1976
7
The Hitchhike to a Watery Grave
ca. 1969
7
A Killer Broke the Peace of Christmas Eve
ca. 1971
7
The Killer Came in the Front Door
ca. 1975
7
The Killer Consulted a Lawyer Before the Murder
ca. 1968
7
The Killer Had Time to Spare
ca. 1968
7
The Killer Lost by a Hair
ca. 1970
7
The Killer Set His Victims Aflame (with annotation The Killer Set Fire to the Beautiful Barmaid)
ca. 1973
7
The Killer was Paroled to Murder
ca. 1967
7
The Killers Expected Hidden Wealth
ca. 1968
7
The Killers Replaced the Murder Weapon
ca. 1972
7
The Killers Settled for a Young Boy
ca. 1974
7
The Killer's Trail Began at the Library
ca. 1970
7
The Knock on the Door Brought Death
ca. 1976
7
The Love Beatings Turned Deadly
7
Money Moved the Heir to Murder
ca. 1972
7
Multiple Murder Along the Gold Coast
ca. 1970
7
Murder as a Favor for a Friend
ca. 1972
7
Murder Ended the Blood Brother Feud
ca. 1973
7
Murder Ended Her Stay at the Motel
ca. 1972
7
Murder Ended the Love Worship
ca. 1972
7
Murder Ended the Pen-Pals' Honeymoon
ca. 1966
7
A Murder Ended the Wolfman's Crimes
ca. 1969
7
Murder Interrupted a Pleasant Nature Hike
ca. 1970
7
Murder Lurked at Disney World's Gate
ca. 1974
7
Murder and Rape Ended the Killer's Drinking Spree
ca. 1969
7
Murder Rode with the Hippie Hitchhikers
ca. 1969
7
Murder Spree of the Jealous Suitor
ca. 1969
7
Murder Stopped the Helpful School Teacher
ca. 1970
7
Murder Trip for the Phony Hell's Angel
ca. 1973
7
Murder Went to the Movies
ca. 1972
7
A Murderous Night at the Cocktail Lounge
ca. 1969
7
The Mystery of the Nude Blonde Body
ca. 1969
7
The Mystery of the Nude Brunette
ca. 1968
7
The Nightmare Ordeal of the Kidnapped Mothers
ca. 1968
7
One Wild Night of Terror in Adrian
ca. 1973
7
Poison Murder of the Fruit Picker's Children
ca. 1968
7
The Policeman Avenged Her Husband's Murder (galley)
ca. 1976
7
The Public Defender's Secretary Had No Defense Against Murder
ca. 1968
7
The School Girl was Kidnapped from the Fair
ca. 1970
7
The "Senseless" Killer Struck Three Times
ca. 1973
7
The Socialite's Last Pick-Up was a Killer
ca. 1973
7
A Teenage Beauty Foiled the Holdup Men
ca. 1972
7
The Teenager was Dumped on a Trash Heap
ca. 1973
7
This Murder was No Accident
ca. 1969
7
Torture Death for the Spread-Eagled Nude
ca. 1972
7
Torture Murder of a Teenage Girl
1967
7
Tragedy Struck on Christmas Eve
ca. 1969
7
A Traffic Violation Led to Bloodshed
ca. 1970
7
The Trooper Trapped His Cousin's Murderer
ca. 1971
7
The TV Star's Last Role was Deadly
ca. 1974
7
The Victim Helped Track His Kidnappers
ca. 1974
7
The Violent End of Susie Cream Cheese
ca. 1971
7
The Violin Murder Case
1968
7
There was No Hiding Place for the Cop Killer
ca. 1974
7
Two Persons were Shot - Three Died
ca. 1972
7
Where There's Smoke, There's Murder (galley)
ca. 1969
Manuscripts
1943 and undated:
Box
Brannon, William T.:
Box
8
Bootblack Millionaire, 24 pages, original typescript
ca. 1943
8
Memoirs of a Detective, No. 8, The Cream Puff Killers, William T. Brannon with John W. Norton, 22 pages, photocopy
Burroughs, John Rolfe:
Box
8
Where the Old West Stayed Young, "Original publisher's Manuscript", original typescript with annotation, 714 pages, 8 folders
Manuscripts
undated:
Box
Burroughs, John Rolfe:
Box
9
Where the Old West Stayed Young, "Original title: Cattle Barons, Barbed Wire and Bad Men", an unedited carbon copy of the original script, 714 pages, 7 folders
Manuscripts
undated:
Box
Burroughs, John Rolfe:
Box
10
Where the Old West Stayed Young, galleys, 3 folders
Carpenter, Will:
Box
10
"'Hell-Roarin' Bill", 12 pages, carbon copy
Donoho, R.:
Box
10
Legend of the Tin Star, 9 pages, photocopy, with attachments and photo of 2 badges of the "tin star"
Douglas, Thorne:
Box
10
Comanche Moon, 241 pages, carbon copy, "later title: Dark Rider, also outline.", story manuscript under title Dark Rider, 4 folders
Manuscripts
undated:
Box
Douglas, Thorne ("1st page is missing, these are believed to be by the same author as the Dark Rider"):
Box
11
Gannon, 252 pages, carbon copy
11
Killraine, 258 pages, carbon copy
Dowd, Ella (Wife of C. J. Dowd):
Box
11
Personal Notes and Reminiscences of Ella Dowd, "Ella herein recalls some of the Wild Bunch and others; she was 100 years old in 1898", 8 pages, handwritten, photocopy
Dowd, J. S.:
Box
11
Come On! "The Bear Fight", 16 pages, carbon copy
11
Come On!, 14 pages, carbon copy
Edson, J. T.:
Box
11
Two Miles to the Border, 132 pages, original typescript with annotations
Isler, Anne (Roller):
Box
11
Indian Red, 44 pages, galley
11
Mystery of the Indian Cave, 51 pages, galley
Manuscripts
1939-1974:
Box
Kirby, Edward M.:
Box
12
Reminiscing with the Sundance Kid, photocopy (2)
August 1974
Lee, Hector:
Box
12
Temple of Sinawava and Narrows Trail, 40 pages, photocopy
1939
Meade, Richard:
Box
12
Cartridge Creek, annotated original typescript, photocopy, 2 folders
1973
12
Cartridge Creek, "reader's set of galleys" (1-56), also 1 extra set (2)
April 19, 1973
12
Gaylord's Badge, 206 pages, 2 folders, carbon copy
Manuscripts
undated:
Box
Rhoades, Gale and Kerry Ross Boren:
Box
13
The Lost Mine (folder of correspondence concerning the book), "folder 1 of 6"
1965-1968
13
The Lost Rhoades Mine "B" Notes, handwritten, "folder 2 of 6"
13
The Lost Rhoades Mine "C" Notes, including interviews, "folder 3 of 6"
13
History of the Lost Rhoades Mine, handwritten, "folder 5 of 6"
Ross, W. E. Dan (pseudonym, Dan Roberts):
Box
13
Incident at Haddon City, 156 pages, carbon copy
13
Renegade's Trail, 156 pages, carbon copy
13
Sheriff of Mad River!, (Sheriff Blade's Sixguns), 156 pages, carbon copy
13
Vengence Spur, 157 pages, carbon copy
13
Wyoming Showdown, 156 pages, carbon copy
Manuscripts
1947, 1949, and undated:
Box
Weiss, Harold J., Jr.:
Box
14
The Old West Lawman: Paths to Insignificant Reality, 18 pages, photocopy
Wilkins, Edson Buriah:
Box
14
Memorable Experiences and Blessings of My Life
1949
Author Unknown:
Box
14
Ute Indians from the Book, "Builders of Uintah", "concerning 'Uncle Sam', 'Red Cap', Tecumsen', and 'Chepeta'", 4 pages, original typescript
1947
14
My First Experience as an Officer of the Law, 4 pages, original typescript
Map
1919, revised 1920:
Box
14
Portions of Ottumwa and Ottumwa No. 1 Claims, Sunny Brook Group, Cook's Canyon near Taylorsville, Plumas County, California. Original was hand-drawn, this is a photocopy
July 1919-July 1920.
Plaques
1982-1985:
Box
National Association for Outlaw and Lawman History Hall of Fame, wooden plaques with gold lettering:
Box
14
James K. Dullenty
July 24, 1985
14
William C. Linn
July 24, 1982
14
E. B. Mann
July 24, 1982
14
John J. Stewart
August 6, 1983
14
Clinton D. Vernon
August 6, 1983
Research Files
1775-1975:
Box
Correspondence, biographical information, documents such as wills, land and cattle sales, marriage records, census records, family and genealogical records, excerpts from court records, manuscripts (recollections of some early settlers concerning outlaws, lawnmen, and places), magazine clippings, newspapers and excerpts from newspapers such as the Salt Lake Tribune, Rock Springs Independent and others, primarily photocopies which were used as background material for western stories. Arranged in folders
1775-1975:
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14
Artemus "Art" Acord - newspaper article by Kerry Ross Boren, "Art Acord Was Utah's 'reel' Cowboy", The Salt Lake Tribune
May 13, 1973
14
Joseph Stewart Allen - carbon copy of a transcript of a letter by Allen, pioneer settler, trail blazer and Indian fighter, 1867 with author's note, Kerry Ross Boren
14
Ashley Valley - chronological dates and events leading up to the settlement of Ashley Valley
1492-1869.
14
Sam Bass - reprint from the Nebraska Land Magazine, "Big Springs Gold Robbery Lent Glitter to the Immortal Legend of Old West Outlaw Sam Bass", and an article from Keith County News, "Sam Bass Marker Dedication Scheduled on Anniversary of Historic $60,000 Robbery"
March 1, 1967 and September 16, 1965
14
Bear River City - untitled manuscript from "Ghost Towns of Wyoming" by Mary Lou Pence and Lola M. Homsher by Hastings House, New York, original typescript, 4 pages
1956
14
William H. Bonney alias "Billy the Kid" - list of nine members of the Bonney family, includes family records sheets for P. F. Bonney and Levi Bonney, 1850 Census and Temple Ordinance Date; also "The Bonney Family" from the Detroit Society of Genealogical Research Magazine, Vol. 20
1956-1957
14
Brown's Park - two articles by Gale R. Rhoades and Kerry Ross Boren, "The Different World of Brown's Hole" and "A Ghost Walk Through Old Brown's Hole"; also a list, "Lodore Cemetery and School Yard"
ca. 1970
14
William F. Cody, Colonel alias "Buffalo Bill" Cody - newspaper clipping with a photo and the obituary of Cody, "His Chronology-Biography 1846-1917"
ca. 1917
14
Joseph Hyrum Bush - sheriff and miner, a family group sheet
1854-1920
14
Robert Calverly, Major - article from "Progressive Men of Wyoming", article from "Rich Memories: A History of Rich County Utah, D.U.P.", "Just a Cup of Strawberries", an excerpt from the Salt Lake Tribune, August 1, 1892 concerning Sheriff Robert Calverly and "The Manhunt for Patrick Coughlin and Fred George" as taken from the Salt Lake Tribune files, July 1895-December 1896
14
Carbon, Wyoming - "as taken from Wyoming Ghost Towns by Lola M. Homsher", photocopy
14
"Wild Bill" Carlisle - articles concerning the life of Carlisle, "Last of Real Outlaws Who Terrorized West Visits City, Asks Understanding of Bad Boys" and "Jennings Not Last Train Robber, Says Bill Carlisle - One Himself", also "Life of Crime Netted $1,023: Train Robber Carlisle Dies", 3 articles
1950-1964
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Charles Edmond Carroll - two interviews with Roy Boren, 1969, and "The History of Heber Carroll and Elizabeth Jane Bills Carroll" from "The Early History of Duchesne County", 1948. The Orderville United Order of Zion, Utah Historical Quarterly, October 1939, photocopy; an article from Wasatch Wave, "Shot By An Indian: Wan Rodes Shoots John N. Carroll"; family record sheets for Charles E. Carroll, Joseph Hyrum Carroll, William Carroll, Charles Negus Carroll, Patrick Carroll, and John Bourne; also miscellaneous handwritten notes
1939-1969
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Chinatown (Rock Springs, Wyoming) - three articles in a series by Richard Webster concerning Chinatown (Rock Springs, Wyoming), 1894-1914: "Pioneer Tells of Youth in County's Old Chinatown"; "Dragon Came from Evanston for Chinese New Year's Fete"; and "Webster Tells of Chinese Funerals and Mode of Dress", from the Green River Star
1969
14
Moses Clawson - a copy of "History of Moses Clawson" courtesy of Archie Lamb, carbon copy
14
The Comet (Boat) - article, untitled, concerning The Comet, a stern wheel boat "built to ply between Green River and the mouth of Henry's Fork," with a photo, from the Green River Star
1962
14
Charles Crouse - excerpt from The Salt Lake Tribune, microfilm, Salt Lake City Public Library, July 24, 1892 concerning Charley Crouse's sale of the "famous three-legged calf"; also the wills of Charles Crouse and Mary Crouse as taken from the Uintah County, Utah Probate Court Register of Wills, 1909, photocopies
July 24, 1892 and 1909
14
George Sutherland Curry alias "Flat Nose George" - from the Wild Bunch at Robbers Roost, "Chapter IX: Flat Nose George and the Curry Boys", photocopy
14
Daggett County Historical Society - correspondence, a list of events, list of Prospective Oral History Subjects, a Historian Report; manuscript "The Stateline School", carbon copy and an advertisement announcing "American West Lecture by Fawn M. Brodie"
1970 and October 3, 1970
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Isom Dart - article by Kerry Ross Boren, "First a Slave, Then a Utah Outlaw", from The Salt Lake Tribune Home Magazine
May 6, 1973
14
Johnny Devine alias "The Shanghai Chicken" - article by Annemarie Bert, "Chicken Devine" from The California Highway Patrolman, photocopy
April 1974
14
John Dillinger - correspondence, letter to Kerry R. Boren and artilce by Sarah Spigot, "John Dillinger Died For You", from Playboy Enterprises, photocopy
14
Cleophus J. Dowd - marriage certificate of Cleophus J. Dowd and Eleanor R. Colton Dowd, photocopy
April 4, 1881
14
Dyer Mine - correspondence, Kerry R. Boren and LeVern Adams, n.d.; manuscript, "The Dyer Mine", by Kerry R. Boren, original typescript; also an interview with Roy Boren, carbon copy
August 1967
14
Hobart Earp, cousin of Wyatt Earp and son-in-law of Chief Cochise: articles concerning Hobart Earl and Chief Cochise; also marriage license of Hobart Francis Earp and Anne Mildred Riley, photocopy
1970
14
Jessie J. Evans - as taken from "Portraits in Gunsmoke" by the English Westerner's Society, carbon copy; biographical information concerning Evans
1971
14
Gariboldi Gamble - genealogical archive record sheets for Gariboldi Gamble, Daniel Gamble, and William Jasper Rolfe; manuscript by Kerry Ross Boren, "Gariboldi 'B' Gamble", n.d., carbon copy; excerpts from the Vernal Express, Land Office, January 9, 1896 concerning "Gamble's Ranch"; and from "Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah", 1913 concerning Ellen Wilkshire and Samial Jones Role, 1947, carbon copy.
1896-1947.
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Buck Garrett - article from The Salt Lake Tribune, untitled, concerning Sheriff Buck Garrett's notice of temporary removal as Commander of the Local Post of the American Legion, photocopy
January 19, 1922
14
Robert "Bob" Hamilton - article and photos from the Daily Rocket, "Death of 91-Year Old Marks End of an Era", concerning the life of Hamilton, photocopy
14
Charles Rich Hanks - family record sheet for Hanks, article by Pearl Baker, "He Rode With Butch"
November 8, 1959
14
James Gipson Hardin - family record sheets for: James Gipson Hardin, Methodist preacher; John Wesley Hardin, outlaw; Clements _____; Martha Barnett; Neal (Neill) Bowen; John Henry "Jack" Dixon. Pedigree chart for John Wesley Hardin and Jane Bowen. One page of handwritten notes concerning the "History of Fannin County, Texas and the Hardin Family"
ca. 1972
15
Robert Hereford - article from Granville Stuart Journals and Reminiscences, "Looking for a Cattle Range", n.d.; also an enrollment for George Hereford, father of Robert, photocopies
1860
15
Ellen Hereford (Washakie) - article from the "Annals of Wyoming", July 1950 concerning "Ellen Hereford Washakie of the Shoshonies", 1878-1950, by Mary Lou Pence, photocopy. Also handwritten notes on Robert Lewis Hereford and others; excerpts from "Journals of Major John Owen", 1850-1870, 1927 concerning Capt. Hereford and from the U. S. Department of the Interior; Historical Index of American Indians and Persons Involved in Indian Affairs, 1966.
1850-1966.
15
James Butler Hickok alias "Wild Bill" Hickok - pedigree charts of James Butler Hickok; on back notes by Kerry Ross Boren "Relationship"; and on Aaron Hickok
15
Thomas "Tom" Horn - correspondence concerning Horn to Duncan Clark, letter written from Cheyenne, Wyoming Jail, June 1, 1902 and others concerning Horn and Les Snow, 1966-1970; manuscript of an article from the Wyoming State Tribune, "Tom Horn", 1972; other articles concerning the hanging of Horn and those involved, such as E. J. Smalley, Leslie Snow, T. Joe Chaill and Clayton Danks, photocopies, 1907; family record sheets for Martin Horn, uncle of Tom Horn, Hardman Horn, and Thomas Horn; notes from an 1850 Census of Knox and Clay County, Ohio, and from an 1870 Census of Scotland and Harrison Counties, Missouri; articles concerning Martin Horn from "A Centennial Biography and History of Lewis, Clark, Knox, and Scotland Counties, Missouri, photocopy, 1887. Article concerning Charles and Thomas Horn from Fayette, Pickaway, and Madison Counties, Ohio, photocopy, 1891. Personal cards of Ron Donoho, Historian of the nevada Peace Officers Association.
1850-1972.
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James Brothers, Jesse James and Frank James - article by Louise Davis from the Nashville Tennessee Magazine, "Raw Oysters and Raw Whiskey" concerning Jesse and Frank James "were known to the White's Creek Community as 'Tom Howard' and 'Ben Woodson'"; newspaper clipping concerning Frank James by J. T. Ellis, photocopy. Court Actions of the Barren Circuit Court "clearing the name of T. J. Hunt of the 1880 Stage Coach Robbery", photocopy; article by Dennis Ockerstrom, "Kearney Ready to Claim James Brothers Legend", from the Green River Star; notes from the Liberty (Missouri) Tribune concerning Robert James, photocopy, 1850; notes from the 1850 Census of Logan County, Kentucky; pedigree chart for Jesse Woodson James (1847-1882), also some of his ancestors from 1755. Documents of Wills and Estates, Settlements, Appraisals, Inventories, Guardianship Report, concerning Robert Poor, Drury Woodson Poor, and John James, grandfather of Jesse James, as taken from court records of Logan County, Kentucky, photocopies, 1825-1850. Marriage records of "Nathl." West Dandridge and Jane Pollard, 1779; excerpts of typed and handwritten notes from the 1860 Census of Jackson County, Missouri, photocopies; correspondence concerning the "James Line", 1969; Kentucky Wills, Land Grants, Census 1789-1822, Census 1850 Murray County, Georgia, and 1850 Blount County, Tennessee, etc., 1795-1860 (excerpts) and notes.
1779-1969.
15
Johnson County War - article by John M. Kennedy, "Rare Paper Details Bitter Range War", from the Deseret News
February 1971
15
William Jones alias "Canada Bill", gambler - article by W. H. Hurlburt from The Union Pacific Magazine
December 1924
15
William H. Kelsey - interview with Kelsey concerning boyhood memories of the Salt Lake City area in 1879, original typescript
March 27, 1969
15
Ladore School - correspondence of Kerry Ross Boren and others concerning preservation of the school; and manuscript, "The Old Ladore School." Most of the information derives from data by Marie Allen of Brown's Park, Utah; Allen, nee Taylor, was a student at Ladore School. Carbon copy
ca. 1970
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James Rogers Lamb, early settler family of the Ft. Bridger area and an acquaintance of Jim Bridger and friend of Uncle Jack Robinson - article, "To Tell of Jim Lamb", manuscripts of "James Rogers Lamb", carbon copy, and one untitled speech by Kerry Ross Boren given before the Daggett County Historical Society concerning James Rogers Lamb, February 1965; correspondence, a letter to James Lamb from Edgar Carter concerning Carter's father and reminiscences, August 1948; handwritten notes by Archie Lamb and family record sheets for James Rogers Lamb, Horace Merrill Lamb, and Abel (Cooper) Lamb.
1948-1965.
15
Shadrach "Shade" James Large, a French-Canadian fur trapper and son of William Louis Large - a one-page manuscript of the life of Large, carbon copy
15
Marius N. Larsen - a manuscript, "Brief History of Lucern Valley and Irrigation System" by M. N. Larsen, March 5, 1940; notes and a newspaper article, "Yankee Peddler Comes to Spring Valley", from the New York Times, July 12, 1970.
1940 and 1970.
15
Lincoln County, New Mexico - a booklet "The Old Lincoln County Courthouse", concerning 1878 History of the Lincoln County War, the county, and the town of Lincoln, NM.
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Linwood, Utah - manuscripts by Kerry Ross Boren, "Old Linwood: Utah's Last Frontier" and "Linwood, Utah: Fiery End of a Fiery Era"; correspondence from Kerry Ross Boren to Roy Hudson concerning noted discrepancies in his earlier article on Linwood; two articles conerning Linwood, "A Watery Grave" by Frank Jensen and "70 Year Old Linwood Postal Service Ends", from the Daggett County News, photocopies.
undated and October 11, 1962.
15
Harry Longabaugh, Jr. - correspondence, a letter from Longabaugh to Mrs. Betenson concerning the men involved in the robbery of the First National Bank of Denver, March 20, 1889; transcript of "Material on Tape of Harry Longbaugh, Jr. Lecture in Ogden, Utah, June 1970", mimeo copy; articles concerning "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid", "'Cassidy' Nears End of Run", "Actor's Claim Disputed", "'Son of Famous Outlaw' in Ogden", "Son of Sundance Kid To Tell Father's Life", "Was He 'Sundance' Kid?"
1970-1972
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Manila, Daggett County, Utah - manuscript of an article concerning the founding of the town and the letters of James Reid and Edward H. Tolton which were published in regional newspapers, such as the Deseret Evening News, ca. 1896 to encourage settlement and promotion of Manila, then known as Sandtown
1971
15
Manila Ward - microfilm #6417, record of members of the Manila Ward, photocopy
1901-1919
15
Maps - Counties of Missouri, including Buchanan, Jackson, Lafayette, and Ray Counties, photocopies
15
Philip Mass, pioneer settler, Henry's Fork, Wyoming - article in memoriam of Mass, 1914; "Philip Mass" from "Progressive Men of Wyoming, 1903; enrollment from Wyoming Pioneers, Philip Mass, freighter, cowboy, driver of Overland State 1855, Pony Express Rider, guide and scout for General Harney, and racher; correspondence, letter to Irma M. Rouse concerning her story, "Philip Mass My Great Grandfather As Told To Me By My Grandmother", photocopy; excerpt from The Salt Lake City Daily Tribune, microfilm Salt Lake City Public Library, July 18, 1891; Wyoming Wisps concerning Phil Maas (sic.), disposing of his horses and cattle and going into the sheep industry; manuscript by Kerry Ross Boren, "A Brief History of Phil Mass" - "Two Mountains Retain the name of Phil Mass: Phil's Peco and Phil Mass Mountain", carbon copy.
1891-1914.
15
Nancy Maxwell - court record "in the matter of the Estate of Nancy Maxwell", from Grand County Court Records Probate Register #483516 p. 56, photocopy
May 15, 1897
15
Joe McCoy - death certificate of Joe McCoy, trapper and prospector, photocopy and note: "Joe McCoy was a notorious train robber, whose father rode with Quantrill's raiders. He had been a subject in the dramatic pursuit by the notorious Tom Horn, Pinkerton Detective..."
March 12, 1898
15
Robert "Bob" Meldrum - correspondence, letter concerning the article, "The Middle Years of Bob Meldrum in the Spring 1970 Old West" from Malcolm S. Major, carbon copy
1970
15
Miscellaneous Outlaw Records - article "The Shirley and Sherley Families" from "A History of Collin County, Texas", photocopy; Census records (notes) concerning Campbell Longley, Caleb Longley, Preston Shirley, William Shepherd, Jesse Medley, Ellen Boren, and others, Jesse McIntosh, Samuel E. Rash; also family record sheets for James Canary, R. W. Canary, J. G. Hardin, Henry Holliday, Sarah Ann Henry, Campbell Longley, and Lan Tracy Severns
1850-1888
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Nevada State Police - manuscript by Ron Donoho, "Nevada State Police", ca. 1975; correspondence to Charles Parsons from J. H. Williams and article, "Daltons Were Average Farm Folks, Neighbor Recalls" by Jim Colgrove, a Journal Staff Writer concerning J. R. Williams recollections of his boyhood and of the Dalton Boys, ca. 1890; also correspondence from George Bristow concerning Ike Rogers, who was an African-American and a Deputy U. S. Marshall who "was forced to capture Cherokee Bill (Crawford Goldsby)", ca. 1895. Virgil Earp's Oath of Office as Deputy Marshall of the United States, photocopy, November 1879; copies of bank register with names of Earps, Clantons, etc.; Earp family tree and 1881 Census of Cochise County, Territory of Arizona; Last Will and Testament of Virgil Earp, August 1879; petition for writ of habeus corpus for Wyatt Earp and J. H. "Doc" Holliday after the OK Corral fight, photocopies, 1881.
1879-1975.
15
James Monroe Puffer - biographical information of Puffer (1831-1923); also for his wife, Eunice Clinda Twitchell and their children, carbon copy
15
Harry Rickards - manuscript, "A Brief Sketch of Pioneer Harry Rickards" who was living at Fort Bridger by the year 1868, employed by Judge William Carter in freighting. An employee of the Uintah-Ouray Indian Reservation 1880s-1900s.
15
Robbery of Major Daniel N. Bash, Paymaster, U. S. A. - articles concerning the robbery, "A Daring Robbery" from the Cheyenne Sun and the Democratic Leader, March 20, 1887, photocopies; correspondence received from, and instructions sent, to the Commanding General, Division of the Missouri, in "regard to robbery of public funds in the amount of $7400, from Major D. N. Bash at Antelope Springs, Wyoming", March 19, 1887; correspondence from the Adjutant General's Office, Washington, D.C. "rel. to robbery, reward of $1000", telegram of Majory Charles M. Terrell; report of Captain Dinnick "rel. efforts with troop 'H' to find the robber", April 16, 1887; correspondence between authorities such as George E. Pritchett, U. S. Attorney, T. J. Carr, U. S. Marshall, J. I. Nesbitt, County Attorney, Sheriff J. B. Doane and others concerning the award due for the capture of Charles Parker. Correspondence "re attendance of Charles Parker as a witness in the case against Johnson, Lucas and Bagnall, November 18, 1887." Court record of the indictment of Charles Parker, October 15, 1887. Among the correspondents are such names as E. L. Bierbower, U. S. Marshall, George E. Pritchett, U. S. Attorney, J. I. Nesbitt, County Attorney, J. W. McSay, County Attorney, J. B. Doane, Sheriff of Logan County and others; correspondence concerning the Petition of James Harris vs. E. B. Bierbower and J. B. Doane, September 1887; also three articles on the robbery from the Lincoln County Tribune, May-August 1887, all are photocopies.
March 19, 1887-October 15,1887.
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John "Jack" Robinson, alias "Uncle Jack Robinson", first permanent settler in southwestern Wyoming, fur trader in that region for some fifty years - article by LeRoy R. Hafen, from "Mountain Men and the Fur Trade" 1969; several manuscripts concerning his cabin built in 1834-1835 at Henry's Fork near the Flaming Gorge. Kerry Ross Boren writes of this cabin, "in 1839 the cabin was headquarters of a little known trapping company comprising of Uncle Jack Robinson, James Bridger, and James Baker. In subsequent years, the cabin became the stopping place and temporary residence for such figures as "Buffalo Bill" Cody, "Calamity Jane", Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and the Wild Bunch, Major John Wesley Powell, the James Brothers, Tom Horn, Sacajawea, and many others." Some of these include brief stories of some of these figures.
1969.
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Sacramento Police Department - History. Sacramento Police Department founded in 1849; seniority lists for 1935, 1946, and 1955, organizational chart. Correspondence and photo, also story by Joe W. Sims, Captain, Sacramento County Sheriff's Mounted Posse and Sheriff's Parade, 1975; articles concerning Vic Button's memory of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, "Generous Butch Cassidy: Sacramento Man Recalls Gift of a Horse" and "Robbery Recalled"; article by Doris Cavanaugh, "Shooting of Sheriff Lamb" concerning Sheriff Graham Lamb, who was killed while attempting to arrest Glen Hibbs in 1933.
1933-1975.
15
Sacramento Sheriff's Department - Trail of the Serpant - forward (cases of Inspector Worthley during the time he served as coroner and sheriff), photocopies
1950-1979
15
Keith Smith Papers - certificates, Post office appointment as Postmaster of Linwood, Uinta, Utah, October 17, 1903; Cattle Certificates, 1926; Selective Service Appreciation, WWII, February 1946 and August 1951, Certificate of Election as State Representative of Daggett County, Utah, November 8, 1960, photocopies; Fellow of the Council of the American Georgraphical Society, November 21, 1916 and Certificate of Merit and Selective Service Medal signed by President Harry Truman, original certificates; transcript of records of file in the Daggett County Courthouse, Manila, Utah, 1902-1914 concerning Keith Smith and family; 1968-1971 with a questionnaire and articles concerning other settlers and early residents of Henry's Fork and the Linwood areas, special events, etc.; articles concerning "Pioneer Settlement Only Town...Inundated by Flaming Gorge Lake Is Linwood", "Waterways were tried as transportation in the Green River area around 1907...the Comet, stern wheel boat to ply between Green River and Henry's Fork", "Memory Lingers at Two-State School", "Century Old?...Keith Smith property at Linwood", "A Watery Grave...Linwood", all from the Green River Star, 1957-1962; manuscript of the post office and postmasters of Linwood, Dutch John, and Manila, by Eleen T. Williams, mimeo copy; signatures of citizens, residents of Daggett County, Utah and Sweetwater County, Wyoming...includes signature of Keith Smith, June 21, 1922, original document.
1902-1962.
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Dick Son, also known as Richard Emile Son, 1803-1907 - biographical information concerning Son, his wife, Jane Baker, and their children, carbon copy
1843-1897
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Willard Schofield, Sr. - excerpt from transcribed interview with Schofield taken October 12, 1959, Manila, Daggett County, Utah, aged 84 years; questionnaire concerning reminiscenses of early days settlers, Dick Son, James Brothers, and others; handwritten notes of the life of Schofield, April 25, 1960.
1959-1960.
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Ratie Searle - questionnaire, handwritten, concerning his early childhood re: Cleophas J. Dowd and her father
1896
16
Peter R. Sherlock - articles concerning description by Sherlock and school South Pass, 1869, and his accident in 1887 while working on Granier's big mining ditch near Atlantic, the loss of his eye, also other notes
16
Daniel Spencer - correspondence of Charlotte W. "Aunt Lottie" Spencer, wife of Samuel George Spencer, concerning the biography, genealogical bulletins of the Spencer family, Deseret Semi Weekly News. Biography of Daniel Spencer, article from The Salt Lake Tribune "Fifty Years Ago Today" with a photo and an article re: Daniel Spencer, photocopies.
October 22, 1867 and undated.
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Wells Spicer Decision, article by Gary L. Roberts, from Montana, Winter 1970 issue; the gunfight at O. K. Corral: The Wells Spicer Decision, 1881, photocopy "Contributed by Gary Roberts, April 1974."
1970, 1974.
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Joseph Steinaker - excerpt from The Salt Lake Tribune, April 11, 1898, "Steinaker Case: It is Finished, After Some Trouble Getting a Jury," April 12, 1898 - "Joseph Steinaker cattle-stealing case...verdict 'Not Guilty'"; an excerpt from Criminal Register No. 1, Uintah County, Utah, concerning Joseph Steinaker cases and sentencing, carbon copies
1896-1900
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George Stoll - biographical information of Stoll, as taken from "Progressive Men of Wyoming", a family group of George Stoll family, William Stoll from Wyoming Territorial Days to Present by F. Birkhead; 1933 marriage license of William Stoll and Ida Sadlier, March 18, 1897 (photocopies) and original typescript; articles concerning "fire of one of the Stoll ranch homes built in the 1880s", from the Green River Star, December 1969.
1897-1969.
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Julius F. Stone - handwritten account by Stone of the early days of the Vernal, Utah area, C. P. Putnam's Sons
September-October 1909
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Edwin Stott - "A Sketch of My Life by Edwin Stott", as taken from the Utah Historical Quarterly, photocopy; transcript of interviews with Mabel Stott Clegg, daughter of Edwin Stott and widow of Fred W. Clegg, by telephone, carbon copies
September 6 and September 16, 1968
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Peter Swanson, sheriff, miner, marshall, 1856-1910 - family record sheet; wife Minnie Nordstrom and their children
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Robert "Bob" D. Swift - excerpt from Daggett County Land Record Books, 1902-1903, sale of land by F. Twitchell to Lucern Land and Water Company, witnesses Robert D. Swift and Keith Smith; story of Bob Swift and Orson Hyde, etc. re: dance in the old Stateline School, 1915 fire, and mysterious burning of the old salooon about 1912-1915, carbon copy.
1902-1915.
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William H. "Bill" Tabor of Brown's Park - as quoted from the J. S. Hoy manuscript, unpublished, the original "1884-1885 until 1892, Bill Tabor was a roving stock detective for the Wyoming Stockgrower's Association." "1892, Tabor joined with other stock detectives and officials in the Johnson County Invasion", carbon copy, 3 pages.
1884-1892.
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Harry Tracy - excerpt from The Salt Lake Tribune, "Shot by Desperadoes; W. S. Hoy Killed trying to Capture a Murderer: Tragedy in Brown's Park", March 3, 1898; "After Hoy's Murderers: Sheriff's Posse Scouring the Range for them", March 5, 1898; articles concerning "Four Convicts Escape" and "Hunting the Convicts", as taken from The Salt Lake Tribune, October 9-10, 1897, "Want Extermination Job: Rival Detective Agencies Bidding to Wipe Out the Robbers' Roost Gang", from the Deseret Evening News, March 7, 1898; and court minutes from the First District Court, Uintah County, Utah, June 1897 - State of Utah vs. Harry Tracy, photocopies. "My First Experience As An Officer of the Law", by Alexander Wilkins, marshall, 1867, carbon copy, and copy of a letter sent to Salem Prison, Oregon, by the wife of Harry Tracy in 1893; and excerpt from Deseret Evening News, July 9, 1897 re: Harry Tracy, a tramp, entered the house of Henry V. Smith...; a manuscript by Kerry Ross Boren, "Harry Tracy in Brown's Park", late 1890s.
1867-1898.
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John Trammel, 1838-1956 - manuscript re: John Trammel and his connection with the James Brothers, story of "Nigger John Ditch" and "J. F. Dalton was not Jesse James" by C. W. Breihan in 1955, original typescript, and a manuscript, "Manila, Daggett County," October 9, 1970, carbon copy.
1955, 1970.
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Tucson Police Department - history, personnel, etc., 1881-1960, includes cases, duty assignments, etc., photocopies; also photographs of the site at Meyer and Alameda, early location of City Hall and the police station, 1916 and of "Jesus Camacho, ca. 1916, Tucson Police."
1881-1960.
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U. S. Census - excerpts from records of 1860, 1870, and 1880 Censuses of Sanilac and Lenawee Counties, Michigan, includes family names of Phillips, Mudge, and Swarthout, and others, carbon copy.
1860-1880.
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Vernal Express - handwritten notes from 1889-1923 concerning the early settlers and events such as A. J. Stewart, Heber Giles, James Manning, and Warden Pratt, Gen. Daggett, Surveyor, the Uintah Indian Agency, John Carroll, and others; excerpts from the Vernal Express, 1895-1902 microfilm, University of Utah, concerning Lieutenant Koehle(r), delinquent tax lists, Antler saloon, Crouse family, Collett, Dyer, Davenport, and numerous other Brown's Park settlers and historical events of that area, carbon copies.
1889-1923.
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Tom Vernon - article "Services Held in Vernal for Thomas Vernon", Craig, Colorado
November 24, 1966
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Tom Welch - interview transcript, November 12, 1959, and questionnaires re: "his boyhood in the Brown's Park area" and "of others such as Schofields and Widdops, and the James Brothers, and Zeb Edwards", carbon copies. Handwritten verbal transcript of Tom Welch manuscript copy, November 1959. "Last Will of Mrs. Bell Hill", mother of T. A. Welch, September 2, 1930, photocopy. Manuscript by Kerry R. Boren, "Butch Cassidy: He Didn't Die in South America" concerning Tom Welch and the Wild Bunch, carbon copy. Also a duplicate copy of notes on small note pad of Tom Welch, manuscript (handwritten notes).
1930, 1959.
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George Widdop, early pioneer family member of settlers in Burnt Fork, 1879 - interview concerning other settlers such as Stolls, Tom Welch, Tom Smith, Willard Schofield, the Dowd killing, Dick Son, and the James Brothers, February 1, 1965, photocopy; original typescript by Kerry Boren "Special to Tribune" re: George Widdop, questionanaire, reminiscenses, mss. by Kerry Boren, original typescript; original typescript of photocopy interview, February 1, 1965. Handwritten note by Widdop, stating the arrival of his family at Burnt Fork in April 1879.
February 1, 1965.
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William Yates, formerly Town and County Clerk who preserved many old South Pass city records (the history of Sweetwater County), handwritten notes by Yates re: his remembrances of Winston Churchill and others during his childhood years in England; manuscript by Kerry R. Boren, "Reminiscenses" - William Yates and Mrs. Philbrick. Other manuscripts, "Sweetwater County Courthouse 50th Anniversary, December 26, 1926." "Douglas-Yates Feud", by W. Yates. "First Transcontinental Airplane Race" - Green River, Wyoming, 1919; "Esther Morris' two boys residents of South Pass in 1869," W. Yates; "How Green River Came to Be County Seat", by W. Yates; "A General Review of Rock Springs and Vicinity", mimeo copy; William Yates, original typescript, 35 pages; articles "Earliest Historical Facts Pertaining to Sweetwater County", Rock Springs Miner, November 6, 1931 and "Hutton - Yates Mark 90s Birthdays", re: William Hutton and William Yates, from the Green River Star, March 23, 1967.
1919-1967.
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The Younger Family and Connections - vital historical records and handwritten notes by Kerry Ross Boren, excerpts from Missouri Pioneers Vital Historical Records, 1850 Census, excerpts from The Salt Lake Tribune, concerning pardon for the Younger Brothers and "The Story of Logan County, Kentucky"; marriage certificates and court records, 1787-1853; family records concerning the James, Fords, Youngers, Fristoes, Henry Lee, Richard and Joseph Powell, and the Jarretts; The Younger Family from the History of Jackson County, Missouri and from Kansas City, Missouri. Sketches of "The Cowherd Family", "Younger", "Younger-Hall", and "Wilson Family" from Where Pistols were in Flower" by Dolly Breitenbaugh, mimeo copies.
Script
1947:
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Series of Six Utah Centennial Radio Programs, presented by Radio Station KSL in cooperation with the Intermountain Radio Council, photocopy
March 18-April 22, 1947.
Box
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"Youth - And a Western Star!" by Hector Lee and Gladys Wagstaff Pinney
Subject Files
1827-1974:
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All concerning lawmen, including rangers, state police, police chiefs, and sheriff's records and history, etc., arranged in folders:
Box
16
Arizona Rangers and U. S. Marshalls, Arizona, includes also Pima County Sheriffs, Tuscson, Arizona
1863-1967
16
Chiefs of Nevada State Police, also Public Service Commission and Nevada Highway Patrol
1908-1948, 1948-1969
16
Denver Police Chiefs - list of people known through R. R. Maiden, Historian of Colorado Sheriffs' and Peace Officers' Association, Denver, Colorado; Denver Police Chiefs, 1859-1966; also Federal Officers and others; correspondence from Lenore Conway to Mr. Donoho re: Frank Button, Sheriff Graham Lamb, etc.
September 20, 1974
16
Chiefs of Police, City of Las Vegas, Nevada, compiled by Ron Donoho, Historian, Nevada Peace Officers Association, Las Vegas, Nevada
1911-1968
16
National Sheriffs' and Police Association, Inc. - "National Law Enforcement Directory", NSPA
1932
16
Sheriffs of Ford County, Kansas - correspondence to R. R. Maiden from Mrs. Oliver Howard, Reference Library, State Historical Society of Missouri
1967
16
Past Sheriffs, Jackson County, Missouri
1827-1968
16
Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association of Oklahoma, correspondence, to Ron Donoho from O. K. Bivins; and "The Oklahoma Sheriff and Peace Officer"
April 10, 1972 and ca. 1931-1932
16
Sacramento Sheriff's Office, correspondence from Sacramento Chief of Police re: Police insignia also insignia for Sacramento Sheriff's Office, 1849-1971, includes roster of Sheriffs, 1849-1971, Coroners and Public Administration, 1850-1958; biographical information of Inspector Clay Worthley, 1950s-1971; also additional biographical and accounts of service of the sheriffs from 1850-1974, photocopies, 2 folders.
1849-1974.

Series II. Secondary MaterialReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Advertising
undated:
Box
16
Illustrations and short stories - a series of five: "The Guns That Tamed the West" - Dixon Paper Company
Box
17-28
Books: Cataloged separately (see Library catalog)
Documents
1879, 1940-1976:
County Government:
Box
29
St. Louis County, Missouri
1970
Box
Federal Government:
Box
29
U. S. Department of Justice: Program Plan FY 1976
1976
29
U. S. Department of the Interior National Park Service: Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks Ranger Naturalists Manual, photocopy
1940
29
U. S. Congress, Report on the Lands of the Arid Region of the United States with a More Detailed Account of the Lands of Utah, maps by J. W. Powell, second edition
1879
Box
Forms
undated:
Box
29
State of Utah, Division of the State History for Historic Sites Survey, blank forms
Magazine Clippings, primarily concerning stories of the Old West and modern true crime. Photocopies, unless otherwise noted.:
1938-1974:
Box
Kerry Ross Boren:
Box
29
"Tortured Frenchmen's Lost Tennessee Cache, True Treasure"
November- December, 1974
29
William T. Brannon (primarily from Family Weekly):
Box
29
"Case of the Deliberate Accident"
March 2, 1958
29
"Case of the Distracted Husband"
May 4, 1958
29
"Case of the Telltale Shadow"
February 2, 1958
29
"The Disappearing Cutouts"
October 21, 1956
29
"Honeymoon Perplexity"
undated
29
"Miracle in the Courtroom"
September 4, 1969
29
"The Mysterious Mister X"
February 16, 1958
29
"Supper for the General"
March 23, 1958
29
"Case of the Stupid Bandit"
November 19, 1961
29
"My Enemy the Landlord"
August 25, 1938
Pete McCabe:
Box
29
"Was the 'Walking Tall' Sheriff Murdered?", Argosy
November, 1974
Charles W. Mooney:
Box
29
"The Man Who Killed Bill Dalton", The West
undated
Bert R. Sugar:
Box
29
"The Cowboy Hall of Fame", Argosy
November, 1974
Newsletters
1987:
Box
29
Quarterly of the National Association and Center for Outlaw and Lawman History
July-September and Winter 1987
Newspaper and Magazine Clippings
1938-1987:
Box
29
Articles concerning Tex Austin, Jr., saddle-bronc-rider
1938-1966
29
Black Bart's Anniversary, stagecoach robber
1875-1975
29
Daggett County News, concerning Daggett County Historical Society, with a group photo which includes Kerry Ross Boren
1969
29
The "Story of Diamondfield Jack"
1970
29
Articles concerning Folsom Prison (2)
1975
29
"Death of 91-Year Old Marks End of an Era" - obituary of Robert "Bob" Hamilton; also a photo of "Cowboys of the Carter Land and Cattle Co." which includes Hamilton
1961
29
Lamar Houston "Rube" Burrows, famed outlaw baron, train robber, from Alabama Amblings, "Ex-teacher pens life of famed outlaw"
July 9, 1973
29
Article by G. E. Stewart concerning the town of Myton, Utah
1973
29
Articles concerning NOLA - "Outlaw center opening at Utah State University" (later transferred to the University of Wyoming)
March, 1974
29
Article by Kerry Ross Boren concerning "The Wild Bunch" and "Billy the Kid",
1972
29
Articles concerning the Old West and modern true crime stories, 28 items, 1 folder
1948-1987
Newspapers
1974, 1975:
Box
29
The Tombstone Epitaph - Historical National Monthly of the Old West
October, 1974
29
Renfro Valley Bugle
December, 1975
Periodicals: Group contains material which is either rare or contains a story of a particular Western character or event; arranged in folders
ca. 1889, 1907-1975:
Box
29
Beadle's Half Dime Library, featuring "Deadwood Dick's Leadville Lay", by E. L. Wheeler (reprint)
ca. 1889
29
Buffalo Bill Weekly no. 241, (2)
April 21, 1917 and April 17, 1918
29
By Valor and Arms, the Journal of American Military History
Spring 1975
The Westerners Brand Book, primarily stories by Stacy Osgood, Deputy Sheriff
1959-1964:
Box
29
"Butch Cassidy Never Held Up a Train!"
June, 1964
29
"The Life and Times of David Neagle"
April, 1962
29
"Tom McCarty: A Man on the Go"
December, 1961
29
"Harry Tracy: Meanest Man, Alive or Dead"
August, 1959
29
"Wildest of the Wild Bunch: Harvey Logan, alias Kid Curry"
July, 1960
Periodicals
1948-1977:
Box
30
Americana
1975
30
American History
1975
30
The American West, (2)
January and March 1971
30
Arms Gazette, (2)
October 1973 and June 1977
30
Collector's World
July/August 1970
30
Colorado Sheriff and Peace Officer, (4)
December 1974-January 1975/June 1975
30
Daring Detective
November, 1952
30
FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, (14)
January 1975-August 1976
31
FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, (21)
January 1977-May 1980
31
Frontier Times, (13)
1923-1924, 1971-1975
31
Golden West, (2)
June 1974 and December 1968
31
Great West, (2)
June 1974 and December 1968
32
Guns, (12)
January-December 1977
32
Handball
February 1978
32
Handgunner
March-April 1978
32
Handloader, (4)
July-August 1977 - May-June 1978
32
Horse Illustrated
February 1978
32
Inside Detective
December 1977
32
The Kansas Sheriff, (2)
1974
32
Man's Magazine
June 1958
33
Master Detective, (26)
October 1953-October 1970
34
Master Detective, (16)
June 1971-January 1978
34
Mercury Mystery Book Magazine
1955
34
Nevada, (2)
Fall 1970 and June 1983
34
New Mexico
November/December 1972
34
Official Detective, (13)
April 1953-June 1959
35
Official Detective, (33)
March 1961-December 1969
36
Official Detective, (26)
January 1970-August 1975
37
Official Detective, (13)
September 1975-January 1978
37
Oklahoma Today, (5)
Winter 1975-1976 - Winter 1977-1978
37
Old West, (4)
Spring 1972 - Fall 1975
37
The Rancher, Florida Sheriffs Boy's Ranch, (5)
December 1975-Fall 1977
37
Real Frontier
August 1970
37
Real West, (3)
November 1960-January 1972
38
Rifle, (4)
September-October 1977 - May-June 1978
38
The Sheriff's Star, (30)
November-December 1973 - March-April 1980
38
Startling Detective, (6)
January 1956-December 1958
39
Startling Detective, (24)
January 1959-September 1969
40
Startling Detective, (4)
January 1970-July 1971
40
The Texas Lawman, (25)
June 1974-June 1976
41
The Texas Lawman, (26)
July 1976-September 1978
41
True Crime Detective
September 1953
42
True Detective, (25)
June 1943-December 1966
43
True Detective, (24)
August 1967-June 1972
44
True Detective, (19)
January 1973-January 1977
44
True Frontier, (2)
November 1969-December 1971
44
True Police, (4)
July 1953-November 1958
45
True Police, (15)
March 1959-October 1971
45
True West, (11)
November -December 1960 - November 1983
46
Unicorn Mystery Book Club News
1950
46
The West, (2)
September 1971 and January 1972
46
Western, (3)
October 1971-September 1972
46
Westerner, (3)
January-February 1970 - Spring 1976
46
Wisconsin Sheriff and Deputy, (3)
Winter 1973-Summer/Fall 1974
46
World Wide Detective
June 1954
Poem
undated:
Box
46
"A Cowboy's Prayer", Frank O'Rourke, by his son Dennis and his wife Jerene
undated
Program
1987:
Box
46
Souvenir Program of the Fourteenth Annual Rendezvous of the National Association for Outlaw and Lawman History, Kansas City, Missouri
July 22-25, 1987
Report
1970:
Box
46
Interim Survey Report: 100 Historical Buildings in St. Louis County, Missouri
1970
Reprint
1970:
Box
46
By C. L. Sonnichsen, from The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, "The Grassroots Historian"
January 1970

Series III. Later AccretionsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
NOLA Correspondence
1979-1989:
Box
Concerning NOLA and includes: board business; lists of board members, committees, and membership; letters, memos, and other correspondence from Mary Garman and others; and annual NOLA Rendezvous planning paperwork and programs.
Box
47
NOLA Board Business and Minutes
1982-1989
47
NOLA Correspondence, Memos, and Other Paperwork, including correspondence of Mary Garman and Jim Dullenty
1981-1982
47
NOLA Correspondence, Memos, and Other Paperwork
ca. 1981-1989
47
NOLA Correspondence, Inquiries, Memos, and Other Paperwork, including correspondence of Mary Garman and Jim Dullenty
ca. 1980-1990
47
NOLA Membership, Committees, and Board Memeber Lists
1983-1986
47
NOLA Newspaper Clippings, Research, and Brochures from Mary Garman
47
NOLA Rendezvous, Planning Paperwork, Brochures, Etc.
ca. 1983 and no dates
47
NOLA Rendezvous, Meeting Programs
1979-1986
Newsletters
1982-2007:
Box
48
Newsletter of the National Association and Center for Outlaw and Lawman History (does not include all issues)
June 1982-October 2007
Periodicals
1983, 1985, 1994-1999:
Box
48
Quarterly of the National Association and Center for Outlaw and Lawman History (does not include all issues)
1983, 1985, 1994-1999
49
Quarterly of the National Association and Center for Outlaw and Lawman History (does not include all issues)
2000-2007
Book
1990:
Box
50
Storms of Life: The Outlaw Trail and Kid Curry, by Jesse Cole Kenworth (promotional pre-release copy)
1990
Teleplays
1966 and undated:
Box
50
“The Goldtakers” for television series “Gunsmoke” by Clyde Ware (photocopy)
March 9, 1966
50
“The Great Diamond Mountain” by Clyde Ware (photocopy)
50
“Old Friend” for television series “Gunsmoke” by Clyde Ware (photocopy)
June 20, 1966
50
“Saturday Night” for television series “Gunsmoke” by Clyde Ware (photocopy)
October 13, 1966
Manuscript
undated:
Box
51
"American Murder Ballads" by Olive Woolley Burt (13 chapters)
Advertisement, Caricature, and Prints from Buck Hill Associates and Filter Press
1974 and undated:
Box
52
Advertisements from nineteenth and early twentieth centuries for medical treatments, Pony Express, Colt guns, Buffalo Bill's Wild West, etc., contributed by Buck Hill Associates, reprints and photocopies (31)
May 1974
52
Caricatures of western outlaws and lawmen by Jack Alan, reprints (8)
ca. 1974
52
Prints from nineteenth and early twentieth century illustrations of western and pioneer life and events, by Filter Press, Palmer Lake, Colorado, reprints and photocopies (15)
undated
Jesse James-Related Items from Warren Nolan
1889, 1925-1927, undated:
Box
52
Letter to Warren Nolan from Jim Cummins
undated
52
Letter to Jim Cummins from Warren Nolan, with continuation by Cummins to Nolan
July 14, 1927 and undated
52
Letter to Nolan from Cummins
undated
52
Paper with handwritten text, “James Robert Cummins Born Jan. 31, 1847”
undated
52
Photo, Jim Cummins
undated
52
Photo postcard, Frank Hall
undated
52
Photo, James Family
ca. 1926
52
Photo, "Stone over grave of Cole Younger in the cemetery at Lee’s Summit, Mo., his old home. Photo by Robertus Love.”
1925
52
Photo, Bob Younger
ca. 1889
52
Photo, Harry W. Younger
undated
52
Photo, Mrs. Harry W. Younger
undated
52
Postcard to Nolan from Cummins
November 28, 1927
Photos
ca. 1909 and undated:
Box
52
Vic Button on Patsy, Butch Cassidy’s horse (reprint)
ca. 1909
52
Tom Orr, Lt. Guerin, Ruth Blundell, and Clay Worthley
undated
52
Robert Wagner (suspect for American River killings), with Clay Worthley, police reporter
undated
52
Clay Worthley, Sheriff Donald Cox, Lt. Guerin, Bobby M. Blundell
undated
Western photo postcard and wanted poster reprints
undated:
Box
52
Postcard photos from Old West Collectors Series, published and donated by Kustom Quality, El Paso, Texas (56)
52
Wanted posters, reprints and photocopies (9)
Book printing plates and cover art
1958:
Box
53
Plates and cover art for The Biographical Album of Western Gunfighters, by Ed Bartholomew
1958
Gun belt and holster, with letters
1982 and undated:
Box
54
Belt and holster of Demetrus Valdner, fought in Mexican Revolution with Pancho Villa
undated
54
Letter from Robert Valdner, grandson, to Jim Dullenty about Demetrus Valdner and artifacts
February 20, 1982
54
Letter from Jim Dullenty to University of Wyoming about Demetrus Valdner and artifacts
March 28, 1982
Photo, mounted on wood (reproduction)
undated:
Box
54
Billy the Kid and Pat Garrett (attributed)
Photos
ca. 1909, 1913, and undated:
Box
54
Vic Button on Patsy, Butch Cassidy’s horse (large matted reprint)
ca. 1909
54
Unidentifed house and cabin, from Parker Hamilton photography, Flagstaff, Arizona
undated
54
Mike Yokel, wrestler, from National Police Gazette (2)
April 19, 1913
Plaque
2008:
Box
54
NOLA Hall of Fame inductees, 1983-2007
July 19, 2008
Sign
undated:
Box
54
NOLA Office door sign
Travel Advertisements (reprints)
1974 and undated:
Box
54
Advertisements for Pony Express, stagecoaches, and steamboats, from Buck Hill Associates (5)
May 1974
Wanted Posters
1917-1918 and 1974:
Box
54
Wanted poster for Chan Young and wanted cards for stolen property (pasted on ledger sheet) from Sacramento County, California
1917-1918
54
Wanted posters (reprints) from Buck Hill Associates (3)
May 1974
Artifact
1984:
Box
55
Three hairs allegedly from Jesse James, with typewritten letter
August 24, 1984
Audio Cassette Tapes
1983 and undated:
Box
56
Dr. Olafson talk on Treasure of the Sierra Madre, Saturday A.M. (1 tape)
undated
56
Jim's talk (1 tape)
undated
56
Les Berk Thursday talk and discussion, Brown's Park, Mrs. McClure (1 tape)
undated
56
Les Berk Thursday talk (continued), Ralph Edgerton Thursday talk, Katherine Wright Friday talk, Spokane (1 tape)
undated
56
Milton Perry talk on Jesse James (1 tape)
undated
56
NOLA Board Meeting (6 tapes)
August 3, 1983
56
NOLA Board Meeting, Saturday (3 tapes)
undated
56
NOLA Board Meeting, Wednesday (1 tape)
undated
Newsletters
1975-1985:
Box
57
Newsletter of the National Association and Center for Outlaw and Lawman History (does not include all issues)
Spring 1975-July 1985
Periodicals
1977-1987:
Box
57
Quarterly of the National Association and Center for Outlaw and Lawman History (does not include all issues)
Summer 1977-Spring 1987
Periodicals
1938-1988:
Box
58
The Cattleman (3 copies)
March 1938
58
The Frontier Times (3)
January-March 1940
58
Old West (5)
1982-1983
58
South American Explorer (1)
February 1988
58
True West (7)
1959, 1982-1983

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

Subject Terms

  • Criminals -- United States -- History.
  • Law enforcement -- United States -- History.
  • Outlaws -- United States -- History.

Personal Names

  • Cassidy, Butch, 1866-
  • Earp, Wyatt, 1848-1929.
  • East, Jim.
  • Sundance Kid.

Geographical Names

  • West (U.S.) -- History.

Other Creators

  • Personal Names
    • Brannon, W. T. (William T.)