James Hume and Black Bart
Black Bart being much more famous than James Hume, of course, but this wallet of mugshots belonged to Hume.
It’s so precise and uniform.
And filled with rogues. It’s quite a contrast, Hume’s methodical stalking, versus the likely chaotic lives of his targets.
I’m pretty sure only Black Bart gets a full page, however. But oh, look at Grant Sutton, there – I don’t think that’s quite the right hat for him.
Black Bart was quite a dandy, apparently. This is his walking stick. It’s about 30″ long – not actually long enough to lean on, but good for pointing at things.
A little more about these two on the Wells Fargo Archive blog.
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