THE ATTRACTIVE BLANCHE BARROW. Dexter park Iowa http://iagenweb.org/ringgold/altimages/dexteriowa.jpg . http://debez.com/blanche/bprison.html More Memories from Blanche http://bonnieandclydehistory.blogspot.com/2010/06/more-memories-from-blanche.html
Clyde with sisters, Nell and Artie Barrow. - Clyde was the fifth of seven children of Henry Basil Barrow (1874–1957) and Cumie T. Walker (1874–1943). They migrated, piecemeal, to Dallas in the early 1920s as part of a wave of resettlement from the impoverished nearby farms to the urban slum known as West Dallas. The Barrows spent their first months in West Dallas living under their wagon. When father Henry had earned enough money to buy a tent, it was a major step up for the family
Just 16 yrs. old, W.D. Jones notched two murder raps in his first two weeks as Clyde Barrow's protege.
Portrait of Goyathlay (One Who Yawns), called Geronimo, Medicine Man, Prophet and Leader, with Medal. Part of Athapascan, Chiricahua and Apache Tribes. Photographer: Delancey W. Gill From the Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of Ethnology: Native American Portrait Photographs, 1907 Collection Care of the Wisconsin Historical Society archives http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/whi/