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Shay shoots Algren on a cold Division Street on their way to find a corned beef on rye and hot tea.
The 1955 film, The Man with the Golden Arm, is based on the novel of the same name by Nelson Algren.
Algren lived in this cottage on the Miller lagoon throughout the 1950's. © 1949 Art Shay
Algren told Art Shay that Simone never closed the door to the bathroom. Shay set up his camera in the hallway and waited for this one.
Algren on North Ave. in Wicker Park. Photographer unknown. From www.davehoekstra.com.
Shay caught Algren in the basement of Lottie's with a Frankie Machine-esque dealer across the table.
Art Shay caught Algren and de Beauvoir around the corner from their Wabansia apartment on the way to dinner.
Shay says this bar was in Miller.
Algren's 1967 mug shot when arrested for possession of marijuana.
Receiving first National Book Award from Eleanor Roosevelt in 1950 for "The Man With the Golden Arm."
Algren in front of Miller cabin with "Press" pin -- making fun of his credentials.
Algren dressed to kill in 1956 photo. Photographer unknown.