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History[ edit ] The Bottoms Gang had their roots in the political gangs that infested St. Louis city wards at the beginning of the 20th century.
One of the most powerful was headed by John "Bad Jack" Williams , a former detective turned gangster who acted as an underworld liaison for Democratic political boss "Colonel" Ed Butler. Bad Jack Williams's crew was headquartered at a saloon at the corner of Nineteenth and Chestnut streets in a neighborhood of rickety tenements, saloons, brothels, and gambling dens.
This rough district ran north of Union Station to about Cass Avenue. At a slightly lower elevation than the surrounding area, it was alternately known as the "Bad Lands" or the "Bottoms". It was from this latter nickname that the future Bottoms Gang would obtain its moniker. Most of its members were either locked up or dead. One of the only survivors of Bad Jack's Williams' inner circle was year-old Frank Hussey, who was a rarity in that he was one of the city's only gangsters to have attended college; he majored in political science and business at St.
Louis University. That year, Hussey had been elected to the St. Not unlike other St. Louis political bosses, he began using local street toughs to help enforce his will. One of his key associates was his half-brother Lawrence "Lawler" Daley, who was active in local politics as well; Daley served as a member of both the Missouri State and St.
Louis city Democratic committees. Their leader was a tall, hard-muscled hoodlum named Anthony Foley. Although only twenty years old, Foley was known as one of the most feared street fighters in the Bottoms.