Bill Anderson was killed in the Battle of Albany that took place on October 27, 1864 (photo by Cornelia Meyer-Olin).
The James Farm, Kearney, Missouri
Home of Jesse and Frank James (photo by Cornelia Meyer-Olin)
Mount Olivet cemetery, Kearney, Missouri
Jesse and Zee James gravestone monument (photo by Cornelia Meyer-Olin)
Frank James home in Nevada, Missouri
After his brother was killed, Frank James stood trial and was acquitted. Nevada was one of the places he lived at afterwards (photo by Cornelia Meyer-Olin).
Mural in Nevada, Missouri
Mural depicting scenes from rural life during the the civil war and the raid on Nevada by Union forces (photo by Cornelia Olin-Meyer)
Movie script for “Jesse James” (1939). Columbus, Georgia.
Confederate 20 dollar bill. Bushwhacker Museum, Nevada, Missouri.
Exhibit at the museum in Lone Jack, Missouri
Inside Jesse James’ house in St. Joseph, Missouri
Spot in the living room where Jesse James was shot and killed by Robert Ford on April 3, 1882.
Marker for Jesse James’ house in St. Joseph
In 1882, Jesse James’ house was located at 1318 Lafayette Street, St. Joseph, Missouri. In 1977 the house was moved next to the Patee House museum.
Portrait of Jesse James ca. 1867. James Farm museum.
The Bushwhacker Jail in Nevada, Missouri. It is part of the Bushwhacker Museum.
Seth Thomas clock. Bank Museum, Liberty, Missouri.
February 13, 1866. 2 p.m.
The bank in Liberty, Missouri, was site of the first peacetime bank robbery in the U.S.