Frank McErlane - Organized Crime Figure. Chicago gangster of the bootlegging 1920's. Credited with being the first to use a submachine gun in gang warfare. He was thought to be one of the machine gunners in the St. Valentines Day massacre of 1929, Chicago, Illinois.
Clarence Victor Carnes - Alcatraz Inmate. A full-blooded Choctaw Indian, Carnes was arrested in 1943 at the age of 16 for murder and was sentenced to life in prison. In 1945, he escaped, stole a car and kidnapped its driver before crossing state lines. When he was re-captured, he was given another 99 years and sent to Leavenworth Prison. After another failed escape attempt that same year, he was transferred to Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary.
Gus Kahn - Lyricist. One of Tin Pan Alley's greatest songwriters, he wrote the lyrics for such enduring standards as "Ain't We Got Fun?", "Carolina in the Morning", "Toot Toot Tootsie", "I'll See You in My Dreams", "It Had to Be You", "Yes Sir, That's My Baby", "Side by Side", "Love Me or Leave Me", "Makin' Whoopie", "My Baby Just Cares for Me", and "Dream a Little Dream of Me".
Edward Black - Civil War Union Soldier. At age 8 years and two months, he was enlisted as a musician in Company L of the 21st Indiana Volunteer Infantry, one of the first three-year enlistment regiments from the state. At the time of his enlistment up to the present day he is believed to be both the youngest soldier in the Civil War, as well as the youngest soldier in the history of the United States Army.