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Belva Gaertner (the inspiration for Velma Kelly) and Beulah Annan (the inspiration for Roxie Hart)

Belva Gaertner (the inspiration for Velma Kelly) and Beulah Annan (the inspiration for Roxie Hart)

Belle Sorenson Gunness (1859-1908?) was a serial killer who had moved from Norway to Chicago in 1881. She killed most of her suitors and boyfriends, and her two daughters, Myrtle and Lucy. She may also have killed both of her husbands and all of her children, on different occasions. Her apparent motives involved collecting life insurance, cash and other valuables, and eliminating witnesses. Reports estimate that she killed between 25 and 40 people over several decades.

Belle Sorenson Gunness (1859-1908?) was a serial killer who had moved from Norway to Chicago in 1881. She killed most of her suitors and boyfriends, and her two daughters, Myrtle and Lucy. She may also have killed both of her husbands and all of her children, on different occasions. Her apparent motives involved collecting life insurance, cash and other valuables, and eliminating witnesses. Reports estimate that she killed between 25 and 40 people over several decades.

Josephine Baker was the highest paid female in vaudeville. #tennesseerep #chicago #musical #theatre #nashville

Josephine Baker was the highest paid female in vaudeville. #tennesseerep #chicago #musical #theatre #nashville

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Herman Webster Mudgett (May 16, 1861 – May 7, 1896), a.k.a. Dr. Henry Howard Holmes, was one of the first documented American serial killers in the modern sense of the term. In Chicago at the time of the 1893 World's Fair, Holmes opened a hotel which he had designed and built for himself specifically with murder in mind, and which was the location of many of his murders. While he confessed to 27 murders, of which nine were confirmed, his actual body count could be as high as 200.

Herman Webster Mudgett (May 16, 1861 – May 7, 1896), a.k.a. Dr. Henry Howard Holmes, was one of the first documented American serial killers in the modern sense of the term. In Chicago at the time of the 1893 World's Fair, Holmes opened a hotel which he had designed and built for himself specifically with murder in mind, and which was the location of many of his murders. While he confessed to 27 murders, of which nine were confirmed, his actual body count could be as high as 200.

Jazz Age 1920'S Harlem Renaissance - Bing Images

Jazz Age 1920'S Harlem Renaissance - Bing Images

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Creative & Beautiful Designs with Typography - DesignM.ag

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René Gruau #Illustration This looks like the good life :)

CHICAGO, Hand Signed by AL HIRSCHFELD,Bebe Neuwirth, Ann Reinking, Joel Grey, and James Naughton, Limited Edition

CHICAGO, Hand Signed by AL HIRSCHFELD,Bebe Neuwirth, Ann Reinking, Joel Grey, and James Naughton, Limited Edition

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