Image ID
DN-0001561
Headline
Two police officers with rifles standing at an open door in the Indiana Dunes
Date Depicted
November 28, 1903
Date Created
November 28, 1903
Creator
Chicago Daily News, Inc.
Creator Role
photographer
Artwork/Object Depicted
glass negatives
Copyright Notice
© Chicago Historical Society, published on or before 2015, all rights reserved
Credit Line
DN-0001561, Chicago Daily News negatives collection, Chicago History Museum
Inventory Number
1960.784
Storage Location
Chicago Daily News negatives collection, Chicago History Museum
Acquisition Source
Gift of Field Enterprises, Inc.
Max Pixels - Height
4581
Max Pixels - Width
6223
KEYWORDS
Car Barn Murder Case
Dugout houses
Police
Indiana Dunes
Sand dunes
DN-0001561.tif
two police officers with rifles standing at an open door in the indiana dunes

Image of two police officers with rifles standing at an open door leading into the underground dugout, where the car barn bandits, also known as the Automatic Trio, were found hiding. The bandits were Gustave Marx, Harvey Van Dine, Peter Niedermeyer, and Emil Roeski. They were responsible for killing Otto Bauder (July 9, 1203), Adolf Johnson and B. C. LaGross (August 2, 1203), John B. Johnson and Francis W. Stewart (August 30, 1203), John Quinn (November 22, 1203), Joseph Driscoll (December 1, 1203) on L. J. Savea. Marx, Van Dine and Niedermeyer were executed by hanging on April 22, 1904.

Image of two police officers with rifles standing at an open door leading into the underground dugout, where the car barn bandits, also known as the Automatic Trio, were found hiding. The bandits were Gustave Marx, Harvey Van Dine, Peter Niedermeyer, and Emil Roeski. They were responsible for killing Otto Bauder (July 9, 1203), Adolf Johnson and B. C. LaGross (August 2, 1203), John B. Johnson and Francis W. Stewart (August 30, 1203), John Quinn (November 22, 1203), Joseph Driscoll (December 1, 1203) on L. J. Savea. Marx, Van Dine and Niedermeyer were executed by hanging on April 22, 1904.

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2/10/2014