Fox River Grove hideout for infamous bank robber
Fox River Grove historian Craig Pfannkuche stands in front of the building that once housed famous gangster Baby Face Nelson along Northwest Highway in Fox River Grove.
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#1 Nov 27, 2012
My Father's three cousins owned the gravel pit that was located on 22 & 12. They built what they called the shack and spent weekends there. They also raised rabbits and often talked about the gangsters. This was about 1934. My father Emil Traznik and his brother George spent many day's there.
#2 Dec 6, 2012
My grandmother anna traznik grew up in that same area
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