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Belle Brezing (June 16, 1860 – August 11, 1940) was a nationally known madam in Lexington, Kentucky at the end of the 19th century and into the beginning of ...

Belle Brezing (June 16, 1860 – August 11, 1940) was a nationally known madam in Lexington, Kentucky at the end of the 19th century and into the beg…

Belle Brezing httpslibrariesukyeduimagesBrezingbrezing04jpg. Died August 11, 1940 ...

... a madam who ran a brothel out of the Mary Todd Lincoln house at 578 West Main St. Brezing worked there for two years until she had saved enough money to ...

Belle Brezing in a formal studio portrait. (Courtesy of The Belle Brezing Photographic Collection

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Belle Brezing (June 16, 1860 – August 11, 1940) was a nationally known madam in Lexington, Kentucky at the end of the 19th century and into the beg…

Belle Brezing (June 16, 1860 – August 11, 1940) was a nationally known madam in Lexington, Kentucky at the end of the 19th century and into the beg…

Daisy May was placed with a neighbor, Mrs. Barnett. At some point during the next two years, Brezing became a prostitute.

Belle of the Brothel

Belle Brezing 59 Megowan St Belle Brezing39s third and most famous

Belle Brezing (June 16, 1860 – August 11, 1940) was a nationally known madam in Lexington, Kentucky at the end of the 19th century and into the beg…

Belle Brezing (June 16, 1860 – August 11, 1940) was a nationally known madam in Lexington, Kentucky at the end of the 19th century and into the beg…

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Belle Brezing (June 16, 1860 – August 11, 1940) was a nationally known madam in Lexington, Kentucky at the end of the 19th century and into the beg…

Belle Brezing is buried in ...

Belle Brezing (June 16, 1860 – August 11, 1940) was a nationally known madam in Lexington, Kentucky at the end of the 19th century and into the beg…

After Brezing's death, an estate auction was arranged for the benefit of Daisy May.

Belle Brezing 59 Megowan St Belle Brezing39s third and most famous

Gov Blackburn's Pardon of Belle's "bawdy house"

... Madam Belle Brezing, the only full length work on Brezing.

Belle Brezing (June 16, 1860 – August 11, 1940) was a nationally known madam in Lexington, Kentucky at the end of the 19th century and into the beg…

Belle Brezing (June 16, 1860 – August 11, 1940) was a nationally known madam in Lexington, Kentucky at the end of the 19th century and into the beg…

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Belle Brezing online exhibit (title)

Belle Brezing. This famed Kentucky madam was the prototype of "Belle Watling" of "Gone With the Wind" she was famed for her plushy, luxuriant salo…

... the only full length work on Brezing.

Belle Brezing (June 16, 1860 – August 11, 1940) was a nationally known madam in Lexington, Kentucky at the end of the 19th century and into the beg…

Belle Brezing (June 16, 1860 – August 11, 1940) was a nationally known madam in Lexington, Kentucky at the end of the 19th century and into the beg…

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Belle Brezing (June 16, 1860 – August 11, 1940) was a nationally known madam in Lexington, Kentucky at the end of the 19th century and into the beg…

Belle Brezing (1860-1940), Lexington's famous madam, was the inspriration f… more

Belle Brezing (June 16, 1860 – August 11, 1940) was a nationally known madam in Lexington, Kentucky at the end of the 19th century and into the beg…

In 1973, a fire gutted ...

Brezing opened her third brothel at ...

Belle Brezing. This famed Kentucky madam was the prototype of "Belle Watling" of "Gone With the Wind" she was famed for her plushy, luxuriant salo…

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Belle Brezing. This famed Kentucky madam was the prototype of "Belle Watling" of "Gone With the Wind" she was famed for her plushy, luxuriant salo…

Belle Brezing. This famed Kentucky madam was the prototype of "Belle Watling" of "Gone With the Wind" she was famed for her plushy, luxuriant salo…

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Belle Brezing (June 16, 1860 – August 11, 1940) was a nationally known madam in Lexington, Kentucky at the end of the 19th century and into the beg…

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