Belle Starr (aka Myra Belle Shirley) Feb. 5,1848-Feb. 3 1889. From her association with outlaws such as Jesse James and the Younger brothers, the notoriously unlawful life of Belle Starr came to a violent end on Feb. 3, 1889, two days short of her forty-first birthday. While riding from the general store to her ranch near Eufaula, Okla., Belle was killed by a shotgun blast to the back.
Belle Starr, sitting sidesaddle staring intently at one of the Roeder brothers, photographers in Fort Smith, Arkansas. She is wearing a single loop holster with a pearl-handled revolver, with a riding crop and is wearing leather gloves. This was taken in 1886, about three years before her death in Indian Territory at the hands of an unknown shooter.
A Belle Epoque diamond brooch, by T.B. Starr & Co, circa 1915. The circular plaque set to the centre with an old brilliant-cut diamond flowerhead motif, within a garland surround and an outer border of further old brilliant-cut diamonds, against a ground of finely pierced tracery detail, signed T.B. Starr, French import marks. #Starr #BelleÉpoque #brooch
Blue Duck, sometimes referred to as Bluford Duck, (1858? - 1895) was an outlaw of the Old West, probably best known for a photograph taken of him around the mid-1880s, in which he posed with Belle Starr, a famous Old West female outlaw.