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Now planning to go to Phoenix to search for a copper-gold vein he spotted in 1895 near Jerome. 1, 1924 - Says moved to Hollywood to benefit from higher altitude "and to see the Hollywood flappers as they pass by." Says he credits Lamborn in new manuscript "Badmen Cowboys of the Early West." -June 7, 1937 - Passes on information about living Ex-Rangers who will attend annual reunion. a short time before he died and that his wife was Superintendent of Schools. Says came "here to die." Says Jim Mc Entire book is "Bum" and says Mc Entire was an opium fiend when he wrote it. Lamborn’s life long interest in crime, criminals and law officers. 15, 1947 - Is son of Hadsell and involved in capture of Bill Carlisle. 21, 1947 - Discusses fates of "Hole in the Wall" gang, many with whom Kemper claimed acquaintance. Writer says he is Deputy County Clerk in Independence, MO (Jackson Co.). But, in general, the material spans a life time of collecting from 1913 to 1970. Lamborn spent a great deal of time as well as money to indulge his passion for knowledge of crime and the criminal element. Lamborn’s stationery sums up his life and collecting best: “Historian of the Middle West, also collects miscellaneous books and photos of noted bandits-noted peace officers-famous detectives-buffalo hunters.” The majority of the collection consists of newspaper clippings dating from 1915 to 1976. -June 6, 1935 - Comments in regard to train hold-up by Grant Wheeler and others near Wilcox, AZ. Tells of 7th man in train robbery, never suspected but who later was well to do rancher in Texas. 31, 1933 - Discusses early cowboy career of Tom Ketchum. Source: The City of Creede, CO crime data displayed above is derived from the FBI's uniform crime reports for the year of 2016.The crime report encompasses more than 18,000 city and state law enforcement agencies reporting data on property and violent crimes.Some of the photos were obtained from retired peace officers, prison guards, or company detectives.
The collection contained an equal mix of fiction and non-fiction.
Much of this information is from friends, relatives, companies, law officers, etc., who had some connection or dealings with these individuals. Tells of Captain Willard telling him he and brother Fred Willard killed Billy The Kid of Montana on bank of Yellowstone River and left their bodies for the wolves and vultures. ] as a government mule skinner but was discharged as soon as her sex was discovered. Tells his experiences fighting a prairie fire near Perkins, S. says postmaster at El Paso Informed him John Gardner dead many years. Says books Hands Up and Wyatt Earp, Frontier Marshal ridiculous and impossible of belief.