Siggie Nordstrom

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Sigfred Ann "Siggie" Nordstrom (June 14, 1893 – December 24, 1980) was an American model, actress, entertainer, socialite and lead singer of The Nordstrom Sisters."Night Club Notes; Winter's Heaviest Week at Hand" New York Times, February 13, 1937; retrieved February 21, 2009

Born in Chicago and nicknamed as "Siggie", she was the elder daughter of Anna and Alexander Nordstrom. She started out as a hat model in Chicago. First coming to New York City to take a part in "Very Good Eddy" on Broadway, she retired from show business during her marriage.

The AP picked up on a photograph of her on the ice of Lake Michigan naming her 'Queen of the Polar Bears'. Her future husband saw the photograph and she always said: "That photograph 'got' my husband!" She was married to the head of the Sweets Company of America, (which made the Tootsie Roll), Samuel Ferebee Williams. When he died in 1931,"Samuel F. Williams, Originator of 'Tootsie Rolls', Dies In His 48th Year", The New York Times, October 17, 1931, p. 12 she began performing with her younger sister Dagmar.

They sublet a flat in London for a year in 1939 when they were the resident performers at The Ritz. Shortly after their return to the United States, her sister's song Remembering You was published both as sheet music and the full orchestration.

With the exception of their October in Bad Gastein...
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