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  Famous People!
                 John Dillinger
   – (c.1902-1934)
    gangster, folk hero, and
    bank robber known as
    the “Gentleman Bandit”
    and branded America’s
    first “Public Enemy
    Number 1” by the D.O.I.
    (forerunner to the
    modern F.B.I.). BNB page
    17
Paul Robeson
         Paul Robeson – (1898-
          1976) outstanding
          American athlete, actor,
          singer, scholar, musician,
          and civil rights activist.
          Phi Beta Kappa graduate
          of Rutgers University
          (where he was a 2-time
          All-American football
          player and earned 15
          varsity letters playing 4
          sports) and Columbia Law
          School. BNB page 29
              J. Edgar Hoover
   J. Edgar Hoover –
    (1895-1972) Director
    of the F.B.I. 1924 –
    1972. BNB page 35
Charles Arthur Floyd
             Pretty Boy Floyd –
              (Charles Arthur Floyd)
              Oklahoma cotton
              picker and eventual
              Depression-era bank
              robber, who was
              viewed as a Robin
              Hood figure. BNB
              page 37
              The Real McCoy
   The Real McCoy –
    was most likely boxer
    Norman Shelby
    (1872-1940), also
    known as Kid “the
    Real” McCoy, who
    was welterweight
    champion 1898-1900.
    BNB page 37
Baby Face Nelson


           Baby Face Nelson –
            George Nelson was a
            brutal Depression-era
            gangster. BNB page
            106
            Dorothy Dandridge


   Dorothy Dandridge –
    (1922-1965) African-
    American star actress.
    BNB page 112
“Machine Gun” Kelly
             George “Machine
              Gun” Kelly – (1895-
              1954) was a famous
              Prohibition-era
              gangster. BNB page
              133
                  “Scarface”
   Al “Scarface” Capone
    – (1899-1947)
    famous gangster who
    ran organized crime
    in Chicago during the
    second half of the
    1920s. BNB page 136

				
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