Bullet clip.

Clyde's Ammo Clip, Bonnie's Glove

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Wellington, Texas

After Clyde unintentionally crashed the gang's stolen car into a dry riverbed on June 10, 1933, the locals naturally combed the wreckage for souvenirs. Clyde was pretty thorough about taking his guns, but left behind a 20-round clip full of high velocity bullets from his assault rifle. Bonnie, who was seriously injured in the crash, left behind one of her kid leather gloves. Both relics are now prized exhibits in the nearby Collingsworth County Museum. The dried-out glove is beginning to resemble a mummified hand.

Bonnie's glove.

Clyde's Ammo Clip, Bonnie's Glove

Collingsworth County Museum

824 East Ave., Wellington, TX
Collingsworth County Museum. Downtown. The museum is on the southeast side of the courthouse square, on East Ave. just north of 9th St.
M-F 9-5 (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
Donations appreciated.
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