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LtoR- Frank James, Jesse Woodson James. Original images from the collection of P. W. Butler.

LtoR- Frank James, Jesse Woodson James. Original images from the collection of P. W. Butler.

Original Jesse James holster, belt, and pistols. This was supposedly the belt and holster that was laid on the bed when Jesse was shot. The bottom holster and belt belonged to Frank James. Private Collection.

Original Jesse James holster, belt, and pistols. This was supposedly the belt and holster that was laid on the bed when Jesse was shot. The bottom holster and belt belonged to Frank James. Private Collection.

Jesse James 30's

Jesse James 30's

Jesse's James remains were recently dug up in Texas. Was death a elaborate hoax.. Read 1950 news article on J. Frank Dalton , affidavits of former gang members

Jesse's James remains were recently dug up in Texas. Was death a elaborate hoax.. Read 1950 news article on J. Frank Dalton , affidavits of former gang members

Original Jesse James holster, belt, and pistols. This was supposedly the belt and holster that was laid on the bed when Jesse was shot. The bottom holster and belt belonged to Frank James. Private Collection.

Original Jesse James holster, belt, and pistols. This was supposedly the belt and holster that was laid on the bed when Jesse was shot. The bottom holster and belt belonged to Frank James. Private Collection.

Jesse Woodson James on a carte de visite. Take note of his left hand! I actually have him on a tin that illustrates the damage to that hand. Also contrary to popular belief that "he didnt like to have it photographed", ive got more than several images of that hand. The most interesting one is one where Frank seems to be trying to hide it with his own hand. Ive got enough images to safely say Jesse James loved to have his picture taken. Original image from the collection of P. W. Butler.

Jesse Woodson James on a carte de visite. Take note of his left hand! I actually have him on a tin that illustrates the damage to that hand. Also contrary to popular belief that "he didnt like to have it photographed", ive got more than several images of that hand. The most interesting one is one where Frank seems to be trying to hide it with his own hand. Ive got enough images to safely say Jesse James loved to have his picture taken. Original image from the collection of P. W. Butler.

LtoR- Frank James, Jesse Woodson James. Original images from the collection of P. W. Butler.

LtoR- Frank James, Jesse Woodson James. Original images from the collection of P. W. Butler.

Civil War Body Armor Used in Battle The missing section on the right side of this sheet-iron breastplate shows the deadly effect of an artillery shell. The body armor was pierced by a piece of shrapnel—and the Union soldier wearing it probably killed—during the battle of Malvern Hill on July 1, 1862. At sunrise the following morning this torn breastplate was found on the battlefield. Confederate soldiers rarely, if ever, wore protective breastplates, but their Union counterparts sometimes…

Civil War Body Armor Used in Battle The missing section on the right side of this sheet-iron breastplate shows the deadly effect of an artillery shell. The body armor was pierced by a piece of shrapnel—and the Union soldier wearing it probably killed—during the battle of Malvern Hill on July 1, 1862. At sunrise the following morning this torn breastplate was found on the battlefield. Confederate soldiers rarely, if ever, wore protective breastplates, but their Union counterparts sometimes…

LtoR- Frank James, Jesse James, Unknown, 1/4 plate tintype. Original image from the collection of P. W. Butler.

LtoR- Frank James, Jesse James, Unknown, 1/4 plate tintype. Original image from the collection of P. W. Butler.

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