Character Gallery


William H. Taft, 27th President of the U.S, with Military Aide and confidant  to Taft and Roosevelt, Captain Archibald Butt.

Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of the U.S. “Big, brash and bold, he was America.”

Agent Stanley Finch. First Director of the FBI.





The Capitalists



John Jacob Astor IV, America’s richest man, with son Vincent and dog, Kitty.

George Washington Vanderbilt II, the “intellectual” Vanderbilt, he built America’s grandest home in North Carolina: Biltmore.

John Pierpont (JP) Morgan, the richest and most powerful banker in American history.

Belle da Costa Greene, Morgan’s art librarian. Famous for her beauty, taste, intelligence and seductiveness.

“Big” Bill Haywood, firebrand labor leader.  Relentless fighter for workers and a socialist American revolution.

Emma Goldman, brilliant author, lecturer and anarchist.  Considered the most dangerous woman in America.