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This index includes people in Alchemy of Bones, others connected with the Luetgert case and names that came up during the author's research.
Names in bold appear in the book. All addresses and ages are from 1897, and all addresses are in Chicago unless noted otherwise.
© 2003 Robert Loerzel.
|One of the anarchists tried in the Haymarket Square bombing case.
|A shipping clerk at Lord, Owen & Company, who testified that his firm delivered crude potash and arsenic to the Luetgert factory on March 11, 1897.
|A "mind reader" who wrote a letter to Luetgert's lawyers.
|A woman from Arlington Heights who was Henry Ulrich’s "sweetheart."
On December 7, 1897, when Ullrich was still at
large, the Chicago Journal reported:
Henry Ullrich [sic]... is declared to be still in the city. A man told President Healy today he had seen Ullrich in a vacant house at Montrose boulevard and Elston avenue yesterday afternoon, and that meals were being furnished him there. It was at this corner that Ullrich was to have met his sweetheart, Minnie Niemann of Arlington Heights, who was taken into custody last night because she tried to kill herself. Miss Niemann went to that corner, but she did not find him.
|Luetgert's defense lawyers claimed Notter was a "false witness" who was ready to testify that Luetgert and Feld had had an intimate relationship.
|Frank J. Novak
|A doctor who testified for the defense in the second Luetgert trial. He was disqualified from testifying because he was doctor for one of the jurors.
|Address: Offices, 743 West Eighteenth Street.