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Ma Barker and her Thompson gun in an undated picture of the legendary matriarch. She was the mother of several criminals who ran the Barker gang from "the public enemy" era. Gangsters, Women In History, World History, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Real Gangster, Mafia Gangster, Interesting History, Our Lady

House where legendary gangster 'Ma' Barker was shot dead after three-hour gunfight with FBI goes on market for $1m (and it's even still got the bullet holes)

The lakefront Florida retreat where FBI agents gunned down gangland legend Ma Barker in 1935 is up for sale - bullet holes and all.

Ma Barker, whose sons Herman, Lloyd, Arthur ("Doc"), and Freddie used her as a… Mafia, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Famous Women, Famous People, Real Gangster, Interesting History, Before Us, Women In History

Depression-Era Desperadoes | American Experience | PBS

Mug shots of 1930s gangsters.

Unlike most criminal outfits in the Old West, the Rufus Buck Gang was a mix of Creek Indian and African American outlaws. They were hanged for holding up stores in Oklahoma and Arkansas. Totems, Wild West Outlaws, Old West Photos, Rare Photos, Vintage Photos, Antique Photos, Vintage Photographs, Black Cowboys, Real Cowboys

The Truth Behind True Grit

On July 1, 1896, the five members of the Rufus Buck Gang were executed. In July 1895, the gang embarked on a 13-day crime spree. Found guilty, they were the only men to hang in Fort Smith for rape. This was, quite possibly, the largest mass execution for rape in U.S. history.

One the lesser-known but more notoriously violent gunslingers of the Old West was John King Fisher, who was in and out of prison from the age of sixteen. Wild West Outlaws, Famous Outlaws, Old West Photos, Into The West, Cowboys And Indians, Texas Cowboys, American Frontier, Texas History, Western Movies

Top 10 Deadliest Gunslingers

There’s no more iconic scene in Western movies than the good old-fashioned pistol duel, where the lawman and the outlaw meet at high noon to see who’s faster on the draw. In actuality, this kind of thing very rarely occurred, and the true life Western stories—like Wild Bill Hickok being shot in the back while playing cards—tell a much more gruesome and less gallant tale. Still, there’s no denying that among the bandits and lawmen of the day there were a number of larger-than-life gunfighters…

Done :) Wabasha Street Caves St. I love history and I have to admit, the Gangster Era is fascinating. Take both tours and learn the Prohabition started in St. Paul, see where Capon and Dillinger lived. Babyface Nelson, Famous Outlaws, Minneapolis St Paul, Radisson Hotel, Minnesota Home, The Beautiful Country, Twin Cities, Free Pictures, Saints

Gangster Tour

St. Paul Gangster tour. Explore the sites of nightclubs, kidnappings, and gun battles associated with the 1930's gangsters like John Dillinger, Ma Barker and Babyface Nelson. See the sights where the gangsters lived it up as they planned and executed some of the most notorious crimes ever perpetrated in the upper Midwest. Your guide takes you past the most infamous gangster hideouts and the famous nightclubs where many gangsters spent time socializing with the public due to the O'Conner…

Post mortem and memento mori images. Vintage memento mori and post mortem photography from The Skull Illusion Gangsters, Memento Mori, Fotografia Post Mortem, Dalton Gang, Old West Outlaws, Westerns, Post Mortem Photography, Into The West, Cowboys And Indians

Dalton gang following the Coffeyville, Kansas raid. Left to right: Bill Power; Bob Dalton; Grat Dalton, Dick Broadwell, , October 1892

Public Enemies: Al Capone, John Dillinger, Bonnie & Clyde, and Baby Face Nelson Baby Face Nelson, Real Gangster, Mafia Gangster, The Blues Brothers, Al Capone, Bonnie Clyde, Interesting History, Mug Shots, Madame

著名な犯罪者 写真特集:時事ドットコム

◎ジョン・デリンジャー 1930年代前半、大恐慌時代の米国で数々の銀行強盗を働き、「社会の敵ナンバーワン」と呼ばれた。警察の裏をかいた、大胆な手口で銀行を襲撃。一方で、弱者からは一銭も巻き上げず、大衆のヒーローと呼ぶ者もいた。1934年7月22日、映画館外で待ち伏せしていた捜査官に射殺された。写真の撮影日は不明〔米司法省提供〕

The curious tale of the Dalton Gang burial site. I went there when I was a kid. Native American Art, American History, American Indians, Memento Mori, Dalton Gang, Wild West Outlaws, Famous Outlaws, Cowboys And Indians, Police

A Grave Matter

The Dalton Gang’s gravesite is not exactly front and center, which is strange when you consider it’s one of the big tourist attractions in Coffeyville,

Taken directly after the raid this picture shows the house where Fred and Ma Barker were both were slain after a four hour gun battle with the F. Ma Barker came from a wondeful family.They did not know what happened to make her so mean. Famous Outlaws, Real Gangster, Florida Law, Interesting History, Interesting Photos, Bonnie N Clyde, Ancient History, Picture Show, American History

House where legendary gangster 'Ma' Barker was shot dead after three-hour gunfight with FBI goes on market for $1m (and it's even still got the bullet holes)

The lakefront Florida retreat where FBI agents gunned down gangland legend Ma Barker in 1935 is up for sale - bullet holes and all.

Gangsters Can’t Win – Good Girl Comics The 1975 Poster, Comic Book Covers, Comic Books, Famous Outlaws, Crime Comics, Pulp Fiction Book, Old Flame, Vintage Comics, Vintage Art

GANGSTERS CAN'T WIN #3-1948-Spicy Pre-Code Crime-Ma Barker-Overstreet copy-VF | eBay

The Dalton Gang Hideout Meade, Kansas- Great Grandmother's birthplace Dalton Gang, Old West Outlaws, Famous Outlaws, Wild West, Weekend Getaways, Kansas, Museum, Ghost Towns, South Dakota

Dalton Gang Hideout & Museum, Meade, KS | Mariah Fund | Capital funding for regional tourism in Western Kansas

A modest house and barn on a cottonwood shaded hill are home to an Old West legend. Notorious for robbing trains and banks, the Dalton Gang created a hideout in Meade and built an escape tunnel from the home of their sister, Eva Whipple, to the barn some 95 feet away where their horses could carry them away undetected by the law. The Whipple house, escape tunnel and barn museum have been preserved and are all open to the public. Viewing the tunnel provides a sense of adventure that appeal to…