DescriptionFootstool made by Clyde Barrow in Jail. Clyde Barrow spent time in the McLennan County Jail, Waco, Texas, and Eastham Camp 1, Weldon, Texas. This footstool was hand made by Clyde Barrow in jail for his sister-in-law, his brother Buck's wife, Blanche Barrow. The top measures 14" x 7.5". The footstool is 9" high.
Blanche met Buck Barrow in 1931; they were married in 1932. They spent several months on the run with Bonnie and Clyde. On July 18, 1933, at the Red Crown Tavern, there was a shootout which resulted in the death of Buck Barrow and the capture of Blanche Barrow. From the Blanche Barrow Estate, accompanied by provenance from the Executor.
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