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CRIME MUSEUM PHOTO GALLERY

JOHN DILLINGER HISTORICAL CRIME MUSEUM "WE CAN'T ALL BE SAINTS" “THIS IS A STICK UP!” No Fun & Games "GET ALONG LITTLE DOGIE" "NOW BILLIE, WHO'S SMARTER ME OR THE COPS?" "NEVER TRUST A WOMAN OR AN AUTOMATIC WEAPON" CRIME MUSEUM PHOTO GALLERY CRIME MUSEUM PHOTO GALLERY TWO CRIME MUSEUM - CHRONOLOGICAL INSIGHT CRIME MUSEUM DILLINGER GUN MEMOIRS OF THE AUTHOR CRIME MUSEUM LINKS MORE CRIME MUSEUM LINKS CRIME MUSEUM GUEST BOOK NEW CRIME BOOKS

PRESENTED BY 7ONY STEWART

Tony Stewart's collection of photos are taken over 30 years to collect. Please enjoy.

Photographs cannot be reproduced or used for many means without prior written authorization by Tony Stewart. Thank you.

 

 

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Harry Houdini and John Dillinger - Two master Escape artists

John Dillinger as an infant

Audrey Hancock and brother Johnnie Dillinger

Dillinger farm in Mooresville, Indiana 1934

John Dillinger's father (Center) visits his son in Crown Point Jail

Young Johnnie Dillinger sits in his father's delivery wagon

Young John Dillinger sits of the steps of the families modest home in Indianapolis

So-called escape-proof Crown Point Jail on March 3, 1934, after Dillinger used his "Get out of jail free card."

Cars John Dillinger disabled before escaping Crown Point Jail with a wooden pistol

Dillinger used Lillian Holley's car during his getaway, and abandoned it in Chicago

Armed guards stationed outside Crown Point to no avail...Dillinger checked out soon afterwards

Dillinger poses with Crown Point officials

Dillinger 1921 Thompson machine gun that he stoled from Crown Point...photo taken by 7ony Stewart

Original bullets fired from John Dillinger's 1921 Thompson machine gun .45 cal.

Items found on Dillinger after he was gunned down by Federal Agents in 1934

Dillinger's orginal wooden gun

John Dillinger Police Target - Shoot to kill on sight was ordered

Dillinger Gang members 1934

DILLINGER - CROWN POINT PHOTOS

Harry Pierpont had both nerve and smarts

John Dillinger and Beryl Hovious 1924

Lester Gillis alias Baby Face Nelson, the deadliest member of the gang

Chaley Makley - He was charming and humorous and could talk his way out of most hot spots

Tommy Carroll - He was an ex-boxer, turned bank robber

John Hamilton (Three fingered Jack), he was a bank robber, killer and considered Dillinger's first lieutenant

John Dillinger - Public Enemy Number One

Homer Van Meter was the comedian of the gang, a bank robber and a killer

John Dillinger's FBI Identification card

John Dillinger Wanted Poster 1934

John Dillinger's original tombstone - chipped at by souvenirs hunters and replaced several times

John Dillinger's mug shot in Dayton, Ohio

John Dillinger's body in the morgue with toe tags attached