Connected with Al Capone's Chicago Outfit as well as with the gangs of Dillinger and Karpis. 294 pages.
Garment district union racketeer and leader of the infamous Murder Inc. organization. Executed in Sing Sing's electric chair in 1944. 184 pages.
Chicago gang leader through the Prohibition Era, convicted of income tax evasion. 2,397 pages.
Prohibition Era racketeer in the Midwest, leader of Cleveland's Mayfield Road Gang, manager of a network of gambling establishments. 2,729 pages.
Prohibition Era beer baron of the Bronx, numbers racketeer. Shot to death by other mobsters in 1935.
Ruthless bigshot in New York's Bonanno Crime Family with connections to Montreal underworld. Shot to death by rival gangsters in 1979. 1,213 pages.
Reputed head of one of New York's five Mafia families and eventual boss of bosses. 1,011 pages.
One-time underboss of Charlie Luciano, later boss of the family that still bears his name. 101 pages.
Big shot in post-Capone Chicago Outfit who was assassinated just before a scheduled appearance before Senate investigators in 1975. 186 pages.
One-time girlfriend of racketeer Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel. 288 pages.
Prohibition Era gangster who is credited with reorganizing the American Mafia in 1931. Deported to Italy in 1946. 548 pages.
This report was assembled in 1958 on the origin, nature, activities of the Mafia and its transplanting in the United States.
Reputed member of the Pittsburgh Mafia and an attendee of the Apalachin crime convention in 1957. 297 pages.
Chicago bootlegging rival of Al Capone. 51 pages.
Lieutenant of Al Capone, part of the post-Capone leadership group in the Chicago Outfit. 82 pages.
Member of the Colombo Mafia Family in New York, sentenced to 100 years in prison. 71 pages.
Longtime boss of New York's Profaci-Colombo Crime Family. 150 pages.
Mob turncoat who cooperated in investigation of Murder Inc. Died in 1941 after falling from his hotel room window. 172 pages.
Post-Prohibition racketeer involved in gambling enterprises in Las Vegas and California. Found dead in a floating steel drum in a Florida bay in 1976. 1,228 pages.
Hit allegedly orchestrated by Al Capone against the rival Bugs Moran gang. 107 pages.
New York, California and Nevada racketeer, founder of the Las Vegas Flamingo casino. Killed by mobsters in 1947. 2,421 pages.
New Jersey racketeer and bootlegger. Believed to have committed suicide in 1959. 747 pages.