All bow to the Queen of Numbers. Through the creation of her own numbers racket in 1920s Harlem, Stephanie St. Clair became the richest black woman of her time. French-educated, Queenie was cunning and strapped as the bastille with her main man, Bumpy Johnson, at her side. Draped in mink stoles and jewels, she wasn’t afraid to kick off her expensive high heels and go toe to toe with any man who dared inch onto her turf.
She didn’t play—she won. Bet on Madame Divine.
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