Train Robberies, Train Robbers, and the "Holdup" Men. William Pinkerton, llan.
Train Robberies, Train Robbers, and the "Holdup" Men
Train Robberies, Train Robbers, and the "Holdup" Men
Train Robberies, Train Robbers, and the "Holdup" Men
Train Robberies, Train Robbers, and the "Holdup" Men

Train Robberies, Train Robbers, and the "Holdup" Men

[New York]: [Pinkerton's National Detective Agency], 1907. First edition. Illustrated with black and white photographs. Original wraps over side-stapled binding. Sixteenmo. 84 pages. Fine. Printed gray paper covers with just hints of browning toward edges and along spine. Binding sound.

Scarce address illustrated with halftones of many famous outlaws of the late 19th century, including Jesse James, the Dalton brothers and members of their gang, the Sontag brothers, Chris Evans, and many more. William Pinkerton was then the principal of the Agency founded by his father in 1850. Delivered to the annual convention, International Association of Chiefs of Police in Jamestown, Virginia in 1907.

Inside cover lists the Pinkerton offices across the country, and also notes that while they are prepared to undertake all proper Detective business, the do not operate for rewards nor do they engage in divorce cases.


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