Diamond Jim


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United States financier noted for his love of diamonds and his extravagant lifestyle (1856-1917)

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There are new and reopened hotels geared to the European marketplace, such as The Giraffe, The Carlton, the Roger Williams, and the Prince George, which in its heyday entertained Diamond Jim Brady and Lillian Russell.
You can have the best product in the world," restaurateur extraordinaire Diamond Jim Brady once noted, "but if you can't sell it, you've still got it.
A little one that sort of says it all is about Diamond Jim Purcell, a high-ranking police officer who secretly owned a share in a club run by a pimp.
One of the earliest political bets to be recorded was Diamond Jim Brady's coup in 1896 in estimating the number of votes the Republican Party would get in various states.
At the end of the last century, fat was in - look at President Taft, Diamond Jim Brady, Lillian Russell.
The site, which was rejected for landmark status in 1984, but is still being sought by some community groups, used to be a favorite eatery and watering hole for notables such as Diamond Jim Brady, Theodore Roosevelt, H.
The site was rejected in 1984 as a landmark, but is still being sought by some community groups because it used to be a favorite eatery and watering hole for notables such as Diamond Jim Brady, Theodore Roosevelt, H.
His mind, instead, appeared to be on Diamond Jim Brady cuts of prime rib and one-pound baked potatoes.
The site, which was rejected for landmark status in 1984, but is still being sought by some community groups, used to be a favorite eatery and watering hole for such notables as Diamond Jim Brady, Theodore Roosevelt, Florenz Ziegfeld, Enrico Caruso, H.
Elmo Mine, the Diamond Jim Mine, a former historical silver-lead producer, is also located on the Gold Creek property.