TABLE OF CONTENTS
Foreword By William J. Helmer

Ellen Poulsen

Ellen Poulsen

Introduction Part I - BAD REPUTATION
August 1932 to March 1934
1. Throw No Rice
2. Running The Lines
3. The Highwayman
4. Earl "The Kid"
5. A Young Army
6. "Two Sisters . . . Names Unknown"
7. "Good Piece of Company"
8. "Every Means of Persuasion"
9. "None of your business"
10. "Take It On The Chin"
11. Squarest Woman He Ever Knew

Part II - FLASH POWDER
March 1934 to May 1934
12. Paramour
13. "On a Long, Hard Trip"
14. "Bumped Out"
15. "Miss Cuttin' Up With You"
16. "She Was Just Like Him"
17. The Raid Proper
18. Their Honeymoon Hotel
19. "I Saw Miss Frechette Ironing"

PART III - LOCK-DOWN
May 1934 to March 1935
20. "Mrs. Nelson Has Gone To The Show"
21. "The 'Old Innocent Act"
22. Coffee Klatch Bravado
23. Silver Screen
24. Truck Stop Men
25. "The Government Is Simply 'Piling It On."
26. Postscript - Souls Of The Just

Chapter Notes
Bibliography
Acknowledgments
Index

Note to Researchers:

The bulk of the documentation for the book, "Don't Call Us Molls" has been moved in several boxes to the American University Library at Washington, D.C. In its new home, the collection is open and available to researchers. In searching for the documents, it is best to look for the "Ellen Poulsen Dillinger Molls Collection." It has been annexed to the "Jeffrey King Dillinger Collection." The phone number there is 202-885-3200.

For material and/or photos not contained at the American University Library, it is best to contact the author at the email address contained on this website.