(1895 - 1987)
Jerome George Rozen was active/lived in New York, New Jersey, Illinois. Jerome Rozen is known for pulp-fiction illustration.
Jerome George Rozen was born October 16, 1895 in Chicago. His parents were Mary and Vaclav James Rozen, who had both immigrated in the 1860s from Bohemia (the Czech Republic). The father was a saloon keeper. There were six children in the family, including Jerome's twin brother, George. The twins were the youngest. The Rozen family lived at 1317 West 18th Street.
In 1899, the Rozens left the Chicago tenements and moved to Arizona for the health of their eldest son, James (16), who had contracted tuberculosis. They lived at 824 West Birch Avenue in Flagstaff. The father found work as a house carpenter for a building contractor. In 1902 brother James died from TB.
In 1910 the Rozens moved back to Chicago and lived at 1616 Washin ... Displaying 750 of 7132 characters.