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Joseph Gallo April 7 1929 April 7 1972 also known as Crazy Joe and Joe the Blond was a celebrated New York City gangster for the Profaci crime family later known as the. Italian Gangster, Real Gangster, Mafia Gangster, Joe Gallo, Colombo Crime Family, Mafia Crime, Mafia Families, Al Capone, All In The Family

Whitey Bulger - The Biggest Rat

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Frank Costello, Italian immigrant member of mafia. Costello was a big deal in the mafia running organized crime through the streets. Frank would later die but not from the crimes he committed. Real Gangster, Mafia Gangster, 1920s Gangsters, Frank Costello, Mafia Crime, Thug Life, The Godfather, Serial Killers, Underworld

Frank Costello italian immigrants memeber of mafia, here on march 13,...

Frank Costello italian immigrants memeber of mafia, here on march 13, 1951

Thomas Anthony DeSimone (May 24 1950 disappeared January 14 also known as Two-Gun Tommy or Tommy D was a Sicilian-American gangster and associate of the Lucchese crime family in New York City. Mafia Gangster, Gangster Films, Henry Hill, America's Most Wanted, Mafia Crime, Mafia Families, Al Capone, Tough Guy, Mobsters

Thomas DeSimone

Thomas Anthony DeSimone (May 24, 1950 – January 14, 1979) also known as "Two-Gun Tommy" or "Tommy D.", was an Italian-American mobster, mass murderer, mob enforcer, hitman and associate of the Lucchese crime family. DeSimone was a grandson and nephew of Los Angeles crime family bosses Rosario...

Mickey Cohen, the mob's man in Hollywood. Want a horse head placed in a movie mogul's bed while he sleeps? He's your guy. Frank Nitti, Mickey Cohen, La Confidential, Mafia Gangster, White Heat, Al Capone, Celebrity Portraits, Today Show, Native American Indians

Mickey Cohen

Mickey Cohen became the West Coast racket boss in 1947, after his mentor and predecessor, Bugsy Siegel, was assassinated.

The first licensed pizzeria in the USA, Lombardi’s, at 53 Spring St. in NYC. Gennaro Lombardi and his pizza maker, Antonio Totonno Pero. Late Gilded Age NYC now about a block away at Mott St & Spring St. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, History Of Pizza, New York Pizza, Small Town America, America America, Pizzeria, Vintage New York

The first licensed pizzeria in the USA, Lombardi’s, at 53 1/2 Spring St. in NYC. Gennaro Lombardi and his pizza maker, Antonio Totonno Pero, 1905. [930px × 743px]

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