Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker were among the most infamous in the Texas area, but there were many others that operated in the Oklahoma-Texas-Arkansas-Missouri area during the 1930s. The bullet ridden “curve” road sign is a testament to the lawlessness of the era. Boys just having fun or maybe something more. We will never know for sure. It would be naive to assume that some 1930s gangster had never taken a shot at it.
“Bootleggers and Bank Robbers“; East Texas (1932)