Don't Call Us Molls: Women of the John Dillinger Gang
New 20s & 30s Crime History Magazine
On The Spot
Pat Cherrington Headstone Project 2006
Escape from Crown Point County Jail: Next Stop -- Chicago!
Alderson Housed the 1930s Female Desperadoes
A Retrospective: Hollywood's B-Movie Moll
Anna Sage The Woman in Red - Dillinger: The Untold Story Expanded and Revised
Where Did Polly Go after the Biograph Theater?
Molls Travelogue: The Little Bohemia Lodge
Profiles of The Dillinger Gun Molls
Jean Delaney Crompton
Did John Dillinger Hit Billie Frechette?
1930s Music Online & Archived
Rich Conaty's "The Big Broadcast"
Bonnie & Clyde Theater
Frank Ballinger's Bonnie & Clyde
Newest 1930s Crime History Books
Rick Mattix & Bill Helmer's Complete Public Enemy Almanac
The Case Against Lucky Luciano by Ellen Poulsen
New Book on Wilbur Underhill
Dillinger: The Untold Story Revised
Patterson Smith Antiquarian Bookseller
John Dillinger Links
Voted #1 ~Lori's Dillinger Scrapbook
The Dillinger File
John Dillinger Died For You Society
Baby Face Nelson Journal
The Hidden Truth
Women of the 1930s Midwest Crime Wave
The marquee at Chicago's legendary Biography Theater has been removed. It is temporarily being held in a lot in Chicago. Hopefully, the Chicago Historical Society will be able to obtain this amazing, long-standing symbol of Dillinger.
This site is created to take a look at the molls of the Dillinger era. Called "paramours" by F.B.I. agents, the historical relevance of the 1930s gun moll was lost to parody and sterotype through movies and pulp comic books.
This site attempts to reclaim their history as it demystifies Mary Kinder, Helen Gillis, Pat Cherrington, and their female accomplices.
Tune in for the January, 2007 feature article, "Captain John Stege." John Stege, a policeman who worked tirelessly within Chicago's Legendary Dillinger Squad, also spent many hours in the company of the Dillinger molls.
Forthcoming in January, 2007.