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    Harvey Logan, A.K.A. "Kid Curry": A Rare Postmortem Original Photo of This Notorious Outlaw. Logan was considered to be the most violent and dangerous member of Butch Cassidy and Sundance Kid's "Wild Bunch." Unlike Butch and Sundance, it was said that he "killed with a vengeance," and he was believed to have been involved in more robberies and killings than any other outlaw of his time. His spree came to an end on July 9, 1904, following the hold-up of a train at Parachute, Colorado. The outlaw was tracked down by a posse and wounded. Rather than allowing himself to be taken, he ended his own life. This gritty photo depicts his corpse from chest up, and his features are very clear. On verso is a vintage ink identification and account of his last robbery and suicide. The photo itself, other than being very slightly on the light side, is in excellent condition, while the mount has been trimmed as shown. Photo image measures 2.25" x 3.5". Postmortem images of notorious outlaws are rare, and considered among the most collectable of Western artifacts.

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