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Bonnie & Clyde; Revolutionary War Poem; Portrait of George Washington
Were five spent bullets owned by a Wisconsin woman taken from the bodies of Bonnie and Clyde? Was a poem owned by an Oregon man written by a Revolutionary War POW? And did Gilbert Stuart draw a Maryland family's portrait of George Washington? The bullet owner's question stems from the fact that her grandfather-in-law, a Dallas "ballistician," investigated Bonnie and Clyde in 1934, the year they died. The poem was signed by a Daniel Goodhue. Can he be traced? As for the Washington portrait, the fact that Stuart seldom made drawings is only one problem with it.
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