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Quotation by for the State of California
Always polite, fastidiously dressed in a linen duster and mask, he used to leave behind facetious rhymes signed "Black Bart, Po—8," in mail and express boxes after he had finished rifling them.
For the State of California, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943). California: A Guide to the Golden State (The WPA Guide to California), p. 357, Hastings House (1939).
Of a noted highway robber of the 1870s-80s.
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