Contains period articles on James and John Pardue's 2-year crime spree which involved murder, bank robberies, and explosions. The Pardues notably robbed the Union Savings Bank in Danbury and detonated 3 bombs in Danbury in February of 1970. Includes information about WCSC history professor Dr. David Detzer's students who made a film about the Danbury robbery, but were prevented from publicly releasing it by court order in response to a request from James Pardue's attorney.
“Pardue Brothers clippings.” Truman A. Warner Papers, MS026. WCSU Archives, 26 May 2017. Accessed on the Web: 16 July 2018.
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