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363 index Abeln, Harry, 26 Abeln Brothers Tobacco Store, 25–26 Accardo, Anthony (Tony), 301, 306, 310, 317, 349 Aiello, Joe, 61, 74, 304–306, 331, 333, 338, 346, 362 Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary, 101, 340, 353 Alcazar Hotel, 50 Alterie, Louis “Two Gun,” 60, 337, 354–355 American Boys, xvii–xviii, 3, 24, 54, 208, 254, 260, 272, 298, 307, 312, 323, 338, 345–346, 358, 362; biography, 295; meeting with Al Capone, 24, 70–71 American Element, 272 American Express Company robbery (Toledo, Ohio), 62–66, 277 American Legion, 222 Annapolis, Md., 347 Argo, Ill., 304 Army Air Service, 323 Atlantic City, N.J., 90 Auto-Ordnance Corporation, 22, 353, 354, 357–359 “Babe” (“Mrs.” Robert Carey), 104–105. See also Sanborn, Rosemary “Babe” Bailey, F. J. (government agent), 188 Bailey, Harvey, 92, 101, 109, 118, 126–128, 130, 133, 138, 142, 187–188, 242, 277, 280–281, 339–340; biography , 295–296 Bailey Gang, 142, 197, 270, 339 Baird, Beulah, 318 Baldwin, George, 68 Barker, Arizona Clark “Ma,” 194, 297, 316 Barker, Arthur “Doc,” 284, 297–299, 304, 325 Barker, Fred, 194, 284, 297, 316 Barker-Karpis Gang, 192, 260, 283–284, 296–297, 299–300, 303, 312, 322–323, 325, 330, 336, 345, 353, 360 Barnett, Edward, xiv Barrington, Ill., 315, 350 Bartholmey, Edmund (son of Edward Bartholmey), 299 Bartholmey (Bartholomus), Edward, 287–288, 292; biography, 298–299 Begard, Al, 208 Bence, Andrew (Georgette Winkeler’s brother), 1 Bence, Bertha (Georgette Winkeler’s sister), 1 Bence, Henry (Georgette Winkeler’s brother), 1 Bence, Minnie Belle (Georgette Winkeler’s sister), 1 Bence, John Thomas (Georgette Winkeler’s father), 1 Bence, Mary (Georgette Winkeler’s mother), 1 Bensenville, Ill., 298, 306, 353 Berg, Ollie, 278 Bergl, Claire (2nd Mrs. Joe Bergl), 301 364 index Bergl, Dorothy (3rd Mrs. Joe Bergl, nee Johnson), 301, 313 Bergl, Joe, 126–128, 130, 188, 197, 231, 242–243, 260, 267–268, 270–271, 273, 281, 283, 312, 323, 330–331, 352; biography, 299–301 Bergl, Marie (1st Mrs. Joe Bergl, nee Jiruska), 300 Bergl’s Garage, Cicero, Ill., 299–300 Berquist, Charles W., 232 Berwyn, Ill., 104, 110, 157, 212, 247–249, 255 Big Homer, 104, 126–127, 138, 280 “Big Mike,” 150, 175, 222, 227–228, 232, 240, 256. See also Winkeler, “Gus” Big Six, 273 Bioff-Brown movie extortion case, 349 Biograph Theatre, Chicago, 314, 350 Birger and Shelton gangs, 22 Birmingham, Ala., 327 Biskupski, John (patrolman), 69 Black-Handers, 344, 362 Bloomingdale, Ill., 316 Bolton, Bryant (Byron), 19, 56, 66, 74–75, 78, 267–268, 271, 276–277, 283, 286, 299, 313, 330–331; biography, 302–304; St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, 81–82, 84, 89, 109, 221, 260–261, 278–279, 288, 293–295, 297–298, 323; statement to FBI RE: St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, 84, 302–304, 348 Bolton, “Dumb Dora” (Mrs. Bryant Bolton), 56, 78 Bonner, Thomas, 120 Bonnie and Clyde, 194 Born, Belle (Mrs. Charles Fitzgerald), 280, 285 Bostleman, Harry, 47 Brekid case, 268 Bremer, Edward, 221, 260, 298–299 Bremer kidnapping case, 221, 268, 276, 278, 285, 299, 303–304, 323 Brennan, Ray, 360. See also Stolen Years, The Brenneman, Viola, 20, 99–100, 106–107 Brichet, George, 89 Bridewell Jail, Chicago, 327 Britt, Jack “Billy,” 28–29, 44, 136, 144, 327 Bryan, Charles (governor, Nebraska), 142 Buffalo, N.Y., 140–141 Burgess, Ernest, 232 Burke, Fred R. “Killer” (Thomas Camp), 3, 15–16, 55–56, 62, 242, 299, 302, 307, 322, 339, 345–346, 362; Burke’s trademark (police uniforms), 22; capture of Fred Burke, 118–123; at Creve Coeur Lake, 37, 44; Egan’s Rats, 19–23, 276; goes into hiding, 106–109; Gus Winkeler’s car wreck, 129–131; on the lam, 114–117; on the run, 98–99; plastic surgery, 111, 273; Policeman Skelley’s Murder, 101, 103; St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, xiv–xv, xvii, 82, 84, 87, 90–92, 221, 279–280, 289, 293–295, 305, 346 Burke, Viola (Mrs. Fred Burke), 92 Burnham, Ill., 285, 348 Caffery, Ray (DOJ operative), 188 Cahn, Bertram (president, Kuppenheimer Clothing Corp.), 232 Calumet City, Ill., 72, 106, 284, 325 Campagna, Charlotte (Mrs. Louis Campagna), 56; St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, 83, 85 Campagna, Charlotte’s Mother, 83; St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, 83 Campagna, Louis (“Little New York,” “Lefty Louie”), 56, 93, 103, 117, 125, 156, 182, 209, 246, 252, 254–256, 263–264, 272–273, 277–278, 283, 287, 301, 341; biography, 304–306; murder of Frankie Yale, 72–74...


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  • Murder -- Illinois -- Chicago -- History -- 20th century.
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