This Bo Peep Ain't No Fairy Tale!
AuthorHouse, Jan 20, 2001 - Businessmen - 176 pages
Wolfe William Silver was born in London, England on October 25, 1899. His family moved to Savannah, Georgia and he became a legend in his own time. While "bootlegging" whiskey from New Orleans, Louisiana, he was stopped, arrested, and his three automobiles and load of whiskey were confiscated. He was released and when he returned home and told the story, a friend said, "Little Bo Peep Lost His Sheep." He opened a restaurant, bar, and "pool room" in the heart of Savannah and remained their for over 26 years, meeting the greats and near-greats, the famous and infamous . . . a few of which you will read about herein.
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