Al Capone with his son at a Chicago Cubs game

Gabby Hartnett of the Chicago Cubs autographs a ball for Al Capone’s son Sonny,

Al Capone at a baseball game at Comiskey Park, 1931. Before the end of the baseball season, Capone would be indicted on charges of tax evasion and failure to file tax returns.  Want a copy of this photo?  > Visit our Rights and Reproductions Department and give them this number: DN-0096548.  Want to buy a book?> Purchase Historic Photos of Chicago Crime: The Capone Era

Al Capone at a baseball game at Comiskey Park, Before the end of the baseball season, Capone would be indicted on charges of tax evasion and failure to file tax returns. Want a copy of this photo? > Visit our Rights and Reproductions Department an

Frank Nitti | Frank Nitti - Organized Crime Encyclopedia Wiki

Frank Nitti

Frank Nitti - (Torrio Colosimo) Chicago Outfit Boss from 1932 -

Al Capone attending a charity baseball match in Chicago.  The scar on his cheek can been seen clearly

Eliot Ness. The Untouchable cop who battled Al Capone and was no Hollywood hero

Al Capone attending a charity baseball match in Chicago. The scar on his cheek can been seen clearly

John Dillinger. A Real gangster, with class.

John Dillinger

John Dillinger He was an American gangster and bank robber. During the Depression-era Dillinger robbed 2 dozen banks and four police stations.

Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel was a gangster, bootlegger, illegal gambler, an associate of the Gambino crime family, and the founder of the Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The gangster Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel, who named the "Flamingo" hotel in Las Vegas after Virginia Hill's legs- his girlfriend at the time.

Willie Mays and MLB's 50 Greatest Living Ballplayers - Ernie Banks.../

Willie Mays and MLB's 50 Greatest Living Ballplayers

Cub Ernie Banks indeed he was- inspires event theme or location- wrigley field.

Al Capone e Charles Chaplin. Fotografia: autor desconhecido.

Silent movie star Charlie Chaplin photographed with gangster, Al Capone. By the looks on their faces you would think Capone was holding a gun to their backs !

George 'Bugs' Moran (1891-1957), Chicago gangster and Polish-Irish boss of the North Side Gang, a rival of Al Capone's mob. Capone killed 6 members of Moran's gang at the 1929 St. Valentine's Day Massacre.

George Bugs Moran 1891-1957 Chicago Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

George 'Bugs' Moran Chicago gangster and Polish-Irish boss of the North Side Gang, a rival of Al Capone's mob. Capone killed 6 members of Moran's gang at the 1929 St.

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