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Program to trace gangsters’ exploits

September 26, 2010
The Advertiser-Tribune

Kim Dysinger Mohr, past president and current program director and newsletter editor for Mohawk Historical Society, is to present "Depression Era Gangsters," a photographic and oral presentation.

He is to be the guest speaker as the Seneca County Historical Society resumes its monthly meetings at 7:30 p.m. Monday at Seneca County Museum.

The program is to feature the life and times of "The Bonnie and Clyde Barrow Gang," John Herbert Dillinger, Arizona "Ma" Barker Gang, George "Baby Face" Nelson," Adam Richetti, the Storey Bros., George "Machine Gun" Kelley, George "Freaky" Karpis, William "Billy the Killer" Miller and Charles Arthur "Pretty Boy" Floyd.

Considerable attention is to be afforded to exploits that took place in Fostoria, Bowling Green and North Baltimore.

The free program is open to the public. Refreshments are to be served.

 
 
 

 

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