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Said To Be Jim  Murphy, Samuel Bass, & Seaborn Barnes, But The Authenticity Of This Picture Has Been Questioned. Bass family photo
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Said To Be Jim Murphy, Samuel Bass, & Seaborn Barnes, But The Authenticity Of This Picture Has Been Questioned.

This picture came from the Round Rock Leader,and has been seen in several books, however Karen Thompson in her book ROUND ROCK, TEXAS: FROM COWBOYS TO COMPUTERS, disputes the authenticity of it and claims that the only authentic one of him is in the group picture of Sam, John E. Gardiner, Joe and Joel Collins, Dallas, TX, 1876, found in her book on p. 180 and in Rick Miller's SAM BASS AND GANG. ... show more

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You might get a copy through the Texas Rangers Museum in Waco.
May 22, 2006 7:06 am reply
I am sorry I cannot. I no longer have the picture. Perhaps you could check your library.
May 22, 2006 7:05 am reply
mitchell, this sounds like some of my own 'bass' family, i to have a samuel bass in my family, makes me wander if yours could be in my part.could you send me copies of the photos, with names ?i sure would appreciate it.thanks in advance.
Jul 21, 2003 5:49 am reply
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Said To Be Jim  Murphy, Samuel Bass, & Seaborn Barnes, But The Authenticity Of This Picture Has Been Questioned.

Samuel Bass

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Born: Jul 21, 1851
Died: unknown
Also in this photo: Samuel Bass