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Butch Cassidy - The True Story
Butch Cassidy Heists $ 20,000. Telluride, Colorado June 24, 1889 Butch Cassidy robbed his first bank, The San Miguel Valley Bank in Telluride, yesterday. He and three cowboys got away with $20,000. Witnesses claimed they saw the men in town before thoroughly casing the joint first. It is believed the bandits made their way over a choice hideout, Brown's Park, along the Green River to the Utah-Wyoming border. They are expected to head for a hideout in Lander, Wyo. Cassidy, born Robert LeRoy Parker in Beaver, Utah on April 13, 1866. His Mormon parents had come to Utah from England in 1856. His parents moved over the mountains to Circleville in 1879 and young Roy, as he was known about the house, worked in ranches across western Utah, including at Hay Springs, near Milford. On one of these early jobs Roy had his first run-in with the law - he let himself into a closed shop, took a pair of jeans, and left a note promising to return later to pay his debt. He soon took on the name Butch Cassidy, perhaps in honor of his childhood hero.
The Redwood Trees in California
Explore America
BOSTON - The Swan Boats at the Public Gardens
The Hollywood Bowl in the 1950s
Macy’s Employees Celebrate Their Third Thanksgiving Day Parade
New York City 1927 What a Hit ! Now in it’s third year, over a quarter million people lined Fifth Avenue to celebrate Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Proud of their new American heritage, many of Macy's department store employees, helped create this parade based on the traditions of the festivals they loved in Europe. The employees marched from 145 Street down to 34th Street dressed as clowns, cowboys, knights and sheiks. There were floats, professional bands and 25 live animals borrowed from the Central Park Zoo. This year the parade had its first huge balloon Felix the Cat. After the parade he was released and will float for days until a lucky finder can claim the prize!

Moments captured around America

Basic Training

The early days in the Astrodome at a ballgame

Traffic stops for black cat on 5th Avenue in New York

Atlantic City, NJ

Crowd outside Capone's Trial

Basic Training

The early days in the Astrodome at a ballgame

Traffic stops for black cat on 5th Avenue in New York

Atlantic City, NJ

Crowd outside Capone's Trial

Documentary of the Day
The Century | America's Time | 1936-1941

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