Wanted poster for the Barrow Gang: Bonnie Parker, Clyde Barrow, Blanch Caldwell, Marvin Barrow (Clyde's brother) and an unknown person. The poster includes the physical descriptions of each person, and Sheriff Albert Maxey provides details for the monetary prize awarded upon their arrest.
Photograph of four prints belonging to the Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker case. Top left is their bullet-hole riddled getaway car, top right is Bonnie Parker's funeral, bottom left is Bonnie Parker on a stretcher in the morgue and the bottom right is Clyde Barrow on a stretcher in the morgue.
Photograph of a personal telegram from Clyde Barrow to the Dallas, Texas District Attorney, Mr. King, disassociating himself from Raymond Hamilton after the events of the Eastham Breakout. Also included is the envelope that telegram was mailed in.
Wanted poster for Clyde Champion Barrow and his brother, Marvin Ivan Barrow. It includes both their physical descriptions and details of their last sighting. The monetary reward of $1000 is the total amount added from the four counties they are wanted in.
Clyde Barrow's criminal record compiled by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. It dates from his first arrest at age 16 in 1926 to the last time he was published as a fugitive, shortly after his death.
United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Fingerprint card for Clyde Champion Barrow taken at the Department of Police in Fort Worth, Texas. It includes his physical description, aliases, details of his arrest and his mug shot pasted to the back of the document.
Fingerprint card for Clyde Champion Barrow taken at the Department of Police in Dallas, Texas some time in 1932. It includes his physical description, a time-line of his crimes and a mug shot taken December 3, 1926.
Fingerprint card for Clyde Champion Barrow taken at the Department of Police in Dallas, Texas some time in 1934. It includes his physical description, aliases, full body photograph and a mug shot taken December 3, 1926.