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Catalog Number 10259-4
Title Rifle, Cartridge, Winchester Repeating Arms Company, Model 1906
Object Name Rifle
Description Variable round, .22 Cal., rim-fire cartridge pump rifle. Single round rifled bore barrel. Tube magazine below barrel for various length .22 rounds. Wood pump and stock. Iron alloy frame, barrel, and breech. Civilian issue.
Date 1906-1932
Year Range from 1906
Year Range to 1932
Culture American
Material iron alloy, wood
Made Winchester Repeating Arms Company
Place of Origin USA: Connecticut, New Haven
Makers mark "600590 B" in front and behind trigger guard
"Manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms Co. New Haven Conn. U.S.A. Pat. June 25. 88. Dec. 6. 92 Nov. 27. 06. May 30. 1911 Mod. 1906"
"22 short long or long rifle" on side of barrel
Height (in) 6.5
Length (in) 35.87
People Starkweather, Charles
History Exhibit from the cases of the State of Nebraska v. Charles Starkweather and v. Caril Ann Fugate Trial records with more information about these specimens are in the Library/Archives division Starkweather and Fugate went on a three-day killing spree through Nebraska and Wyoming that resulted in the deaths of 10 people. Starkweather was arrested on Jan. 29, 1958 in Wyoming. (Starkweather also admitted to killing a service station attendant in Lincoln on Dec. 1, 1957). Starkweather died in the electric chair on June 25, 1959 and was the last person to be executed in the State of Nebraska until the death penalty was reinstated in 1994.
Credit line Lancaster Co.-Clerk of District Court, Lincoln (Lancaster), Nebraska
Collection Lancaster Co.-Clerk of District Court