Evelyn Nesbit (1924).
In 1925, Evelyn Nesbit made a spectacular comeback at Chicago’s Moulin Rouge Café. She traveled with her four Belgian Griffons. Never without a lapdog or two or three, Evelyn’s beloved Griffons even accompanied her to Panama.
“They are so much more companionable than men,” she told the press. “Dogs are honest and faithful and never deceitful. That’s more than you can say for some men.”
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