Cleveland mobster Tommy “Black Jack” McGinty at age 17, featherweight boxing champion.
1922 Tom McGinty (boxing promotor) with two of his boxers, World Middleweight Champion Johnny Wilson and Marty Kilblen.
McGinty’s birthday telegram.
Tommy McGinty wearing a white tuxedo with family and friends at his club.
1956 Kennedy’s house friend McGinty with Massassuchets senator and future US President JFK.
1951 Thomas McGinty is shown testifying before U.S. Senator Estes Kefauver’s committee on organized crime.
McGinty’s Mounds Club menu card, napkin and poker chips.
Teamster President and FBI informant Jackie Presser with Vice President Bush, Sr.
Teamster ashtray with president Harold Friedman and secretary treasurer Jackie Presser.
Akron Police Department Licavoli Family organogram.
Akron Police Department Licavoli Family member chart.
1937 Police report concerning the murder of Purple Gangster Harry Millman. After a conflict with Detroit Partnership mobster “Joe Scarface” Joseph Bommarito the decison was made to get Millman wacked.
Detroit mobster Matthew “Mike The Enforcer” Rubino, who, together with Joe Amico and Elmer Macklin, conspired in the killing of Detroit Mob Boss Chester “Big Chet” LaMare.
Wanted poster hitman Elmer Macklin
1930 Wanted poster James Licavoli
1931 Wanted poster Licavoli Family boss Peter Licavoli.
1931 Wanted poster Leo “Black Leo” Cellura, Detroit Partnership
1978 Wanted poster Cleveland Family capo Anthony “Tony Lib” Liberatore. Suspect in Greene bombing.
Mugshot Detroit Underboss Angelo “The chairman” Meli
Retired mob boss Peter Joseph Licavoli
James “Jack White” Licavoli
Irish mobster Daniel “The Irishman” Greene’s Celtic club bowling team shirt.
Akron Police Department document related to Daniel Greene bombing.
Alex “Sondor” Birns, Cleveland mobster and racketeer. Portrayed by Christopher Walken in the movie “Killl the Irishman”.
Teamster and Cleveland Mobster Louis “Babe” Triscaro (right).
Louis Triscaro personal monogrammed gift.
Louis “Babe” Triscaro personal monogrammed gifts.
James Riddle Hoffa personal monogrammed gifts.
1965 Genovese Family capo and Vice President Teamsters Local 560 Anthony “Tony Pro” Provenzano, John J. O’Rourke (teamster official) and James Hoffa.
1975 Jimmy Hoffa signed testimonial dinner program for the San Francisco Secretary-Treasurer of Teamsters Local 1100.
Dinner was in honor of Mervyn B. Donovan, officer of Teamsters Local 278.
1957 James Hoffa poses with wife and kids.
Wanted poster Detroit Family enforcer Bernard Marchesani, suspect in Hoffa disappearance.
1951 Cleveland bootlegger Morris Kleinmann in custody.
1951 Cleveland bootlegger Louis Rothkopf.
1930 Detroit mobster Ted Pizzino held in custody in connection with the murder of Gerald Buckley.