Bradbury was born August 22, 1920 in Waukegan, Ill., and enjoyed a literary career spanning eight decades.
After a brief interview with me, Pinkerton appointed me upon his staff, and on his return from Waukegan, left me in that city.
He had named one of the most prominent citizens in Waukegan.
They all scorned Waukegan, which was the first sizable town beyond the Station.
The fellow had gone northward, and Waukegan was designated as the place where he might probably fetch up.
Passed a Chicago wagon broken down at a creek; Hugunin, of Waukegan, belonged to the party.
This was subsequently a damning proof against him, as the sheriff of Waukegan was able, as well as myself, to identify it.