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Fanfaronade
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TitleFanfaronade
AbstractArticle about the bars, saloons, and similar "joints" on 12th Street in Kansas City, describing the types of people and businesses prevalent there in the Great Depression, including "underworld tycoon and termite, the glib and gandy, the dime store dips, dime-a-dance dames, prostitutes, peanut politicians and pimps, and precinct captains who 'handle' the dive collections" for the Pendergast machine, etc.
DateMay/3/1935
SourceFuture
Locationf051 F996
Volume1
Number17
Page3, 5
Local Subject12th Street
Saloons
Gambling
Prostitution
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID114735
CONTENTdm number16782
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