Often Bonnie and Clyde would set up secret meetings with their families: standing left to right are Billie Jean Mace(bonnie's sister), Clyde Barrow, Cumie Barrow(Clyde's Mother) and LC Barrow (Clyde's youngest brother) In front, Left to right, are Marie Barrow(Clyde's youngest sister), Emma Parker (Bonnie's mother), and Bonnie Parker
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