Tuesdays in March: Women’s History Month Guided Tours
Date: Tuesdays, March 8, 15, 22 and 29
Time: 6 p.m.
Cost: $10 in addition to cost of Museum admission
Women in organized crime and law enforcement
And the impact these women had on law enforcement, crime and Las Vegas
Sign up for one of these eye-opening and compelling tours on Tuesday evenings during Women’s History Month in March as our Museum educators offer insight and insider stories about the lives of these women. Guided tours are $10 in addition to regular Museum admission.
- Eunice Carter, the first African-American woman on the New York District Attorney’s staff
- Elizebeth Friedman, a codebreaker who helped bring down bootleggers during Prohibition
- Donna Congeni-Fitzsimmons, the first woman on Cleveland’s Strike Force and the attorney to bring down Mob boss Angelo Lonardo
- Stephanie St. Clair, who ran a policy bank in Harlem in the 1920’s and 1930’s
- Griselda Blanco, a notorious drug trafficker who paved the way for Pablo Escobar
- Rosetta “Ice Eyes” Cutolo, who headed up her brother’s violent Mafia clan while he was in prison.