Why Ain’t You a Doc?

Booking sheet for John Herbert Dillinger, circa 1934
Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society/mnhs.org

Doc Bozeman tried to concentrate on that bullet—black and glistening with blood—and not on the fact that it was lodged in John Dillinger’s shoulder. Muscle and tissue gripped it like the gangster didn’t want to give it up, and Bozeman maneuvered to get a grip with his forceps.

Rondo Oral History: Deborah Gilbreath Montgomery

Debbie Montgomery
Courtesy Kate Cavett

My name is Debbie Gilbreath Montgomery.
I grew up at 978 Saint Anthony, which
is on the corner of Saint Anthony and
Chatsworth.

From the Beginning: Forums, Theater, and Music

ken-tilsen-memories

I grew up in the Dale-Selby neighborhood of Saint Paul. To be more
exact, we lived in the upstairs of a duplex just off the corner of Dayton
and St. Albans, one block from Dale and one block from Selby.