Charles Siringo Papers
Identifier: AC 212
Scope and Content
Collection consists of correspondence regarding the publication of various books by Charles Siringo; biographical materials on Siringo and A.B. Renehan; and typescripts of portions of two books by Siringo: "A Cowboy Detective," and "History of Billy the Kid." Much of the correspondence concerns objections by Pinkerton's National Detective Agency to Siringo's publication of books and other materials about his experiences as a detective for Pinkerton's.
- Siringo, Charles A., 1855-1928 (Person)
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Siringo was a cowboy and author who also worked for Pinkerton's National Detective Agency in the early 20th century.
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Siringo papers were found among A.B. Renehan's papers which were donated to the Museum of New Mexico in 1965. The bulk of those papers were transferred to the New Mexico State Records Center and Archives at some point after 1965.
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- Guide to the Charles Siringo Papers, 1896-1928
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- Finding aid is in English
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