Image ID
DN-0001854
Headline
Crowd gathered on the morning of the Car Barn Bandits' hanging
Date Depicted
April 22, 1904
Date Created
April 22, 1904
Creator
Chicago Daily News, Inc.
Creator Role
photographer
Artwork/Object Depicted
glass negatives
Copyright Notice
No known copyright restrictions.
Credit Line
DN-0001854, 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.
Horizon Bib. No.
75954
Max Pixels - Height
2871
Max Pixels - Width
4122
KEYWORDS
Chicago (Ill.)
1960.784
Car Barn murder case, Chicago, Ill., 1903
Cook County Jail Building (Chicago, Ill. : 1850?-1928)
Windsor Collar & Cuff Company
Buildings
Executions
Crowds
Illinois
1900-1909
Dry plate negatives
Gelatin dry plate negatives
Chicago
Automatic Trio
Car Barn Bandits
Chicago Daily News, Inc.
Marx, Gustave
Niedermeyer, Peter
Roeski, Emil
Van Dine, Harvey
hanging
Illinois Street
jail
Crowd gathered on Illinois Street outside the jail on the mornin
Crowd gathered on Illinois Street outside the jail on the morning of the car barn bandits' hanging in Chicago
DN-0001854.tif
crowd gathered on the morning of the car barn bandits hanging

Image of a crowd gathered on Illinois Street outside the jail on the morning of the car barn bandits' hanging in Chicago, Illinois. Facade of the Windsor Collar & Cuff Company, Inc., is in the background. 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 a crowd gathered on Illinois Street outside the jail on the morning of the car barn bandits' hanging in Chicago, Illinois. Facade of the Windsor Collar & Cuff Company, Inc., is in the background. 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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