The Underhill Society of America
The Underhill Society of America

Archival Materials

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Good news! The Underhill Society of America, via President Jay Tucker, has purchased a very rare photo of Wilbur Underhill, the infamous outlaw of the 1930s, from eBay. It was an interesting prison photo of him sitting on a chair surrounded by fern plants, taken in 1924, and it was sent to his sister Mrs. Grace Baine.

The photo has been forwarded to the Underhill Society Archivist who will scan and post a clean, high-res digitized photo at the Underhill Online Catalog.
The photo is now in this section in - Ancestral Images.
Museum Displays
Museum Display Cabinet: Outside view
Museum Display Cabinet: Inside view
Museum display of swords, books and pictures
Descriptive Inventories Link
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Online Catalog Samples
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James Underhill Artifacts
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Document stating portrait of Capt. John Underhill is not him.
Proof that the picture at right is not Captain John Underhill, but of Van Dyke’s Viscount Stafford. For a complete dialog of this discovery click here.
For a detailed explanation go here.
Van Dyke’s Viscount Stafford Portrait
A picture and handwritten note about Mary Raymond Underhill
The framed portrait of Mary Raymond Underhill