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Not at all. The film "Chicago" is adapted from the stage musical of the same name. It's about two female criminals in 1920s Chicago.
You can find pictures of 1920s Chicago Police uniforms at - Photographs from the Chicago Daily News: 1902-1933, Chicago Historical Society at: http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/ndlpcoop/ichihtml/ enter the search words: police uniform
Al Capone and John Dillinger
It was known as the mafia, but was also called the Chicago Outfit, Capone's mafia, and the Capone family mafia.
From late 1865 until the 1920s, Chicago became renowned for its array of stockyards that collected and slaughtered livestock
The Decatur Staleys became the Chicago Staleys in 1921 and were renamed the Chicago Bears when George Halas bought the right to the club in 1921.
That was Route 66 which technically no longer exists.
al capone, baby face nelson, john dillinger
The rival bootleggers in Chicago were causing turmoil on the streets because they were trying to control the illegal enterprises.
In the US it was baseball.
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Flappers is what comes to mind at first but if you want more information, this website does a good article on your topic... http://www.msad54.org/sahs/socialstudies/finely/1920s/1920HK/women.html
Look into the archives of the BoxRec. com archives.
it was 12 cents in the 20s for 1lb it was cheaper in new york and Chicago it was 10 cents
Thoroughly Modern Millie Singing in the Rain 42nd Street Chicago
Johnny Torrio from 1919 to 1925 Al Capone from 1925 to his arrest
boxing, baseball, football, dodgeball, basketball,
invented for jazz in the 1920s to 1940s
Some sports that were played in the 1920s include golf, football, baseball, and boxing. Other sports were hockey, tennis, rugby, and cricket.
WHAT WAS Long Island in the 1920's?
Harold Edward "Red" Grange (also called The Galloping Ghost) played for the Chicago Bears in 1925 and from 1929-1934. He played for the New York Yankees football team for the 1926 and 1927 seasons. He sat out the 1928 season due to injury.
While I can't answer your question specifically, I can make a suggestion: Reading Chicago newspapers from the 1920s will give you a good feel for what life was like in the city during that time period. If you live in the Chicago area, many of the libraries have the Chicago Tribune on microfilm. If you live in Illinois, you should be able to get access to Chicago newspapers on microfilm through interlibrary loan. And, if you live outside of Illinois, you may be able to access Tribune articles online through a library that has a subscription to an online database that includes them.
15 innings were played because crowds were constantly wanting more play
Cricket, football and baseball mainly