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Massimo Sestini - Giovanni Falcone

Psicologia e Società: Il ritratto perduto che Art Kane fece alla Mafia.

Bandit leader and part-time revolutionary Salvatore Giuliano (November 16, 1922-July 5, 1950)

Bandit leader and part-time revolutionary Salvatore Giuliano (November

William “Buffalo Bill” Cody, age nineteen,     c. 1865. Handsome.

William “Buffalo Bill” Cody, age nineteen, c. (Buffalo Bill Historical Center) Reminds me of Dad.we used to call him Wild Bill Cody since his name was Bill.

Tous les looks tendance de la mode - vêtements femme : Comptoir des Cotonniers

Tous les looks tendance de la mode - vêtements femme : Comptoir des Cotonniers

Cary Grant, the perfect gent

'Everybody wants to be Cary Grant. Even I want to be Cary Grant.' Cary said that because he understood the adoration, and didn't take it seriously. Old Hollywood, very classy.

VADO, CIAO.: C'era una volta a Isola Rossa

C'era una volta a Isola Rossa

Mafia Boss Joe Masseria Lays Dead On A Brooklyn Restaurant Floor Holding The Ace Of Spades, 1931

Underworld kingpin Joe "The Boss" Masseria lies on the floor clutching an ace of spades after he was murdered while playing cards at a restaurant in Coney Island April 15 1931 -

+~+~ Vintage Photograph ~+~+     Apparently even mafia men wear aprons when they cook ;)

for many more unusual, beautiful and bizarre snapshots, see my 'perculiar snapshots' set.

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Police inspect the body of Bonnano crime family boss Carmine "Lilo" Galante, who was killed by mob members while dining at a Brooklyn eatery.

Body of Carmine Galante, casualty of Sicilian Mafia gang conflict, found in Brooklyn at Joe and Mary's Italian-American Restaurant at 205 Knickerbocker Avenue in Bushwick, Brooklyn, July

Andrew Carnegie (1835-1919) around 1905. After retiring in 1901 at age 66 as the world's richest man, Carnegie wanted to become a philanthropist, a person who gives money to good causes. He believed in the "Gospel of Wealth," which meant that wealthy people were morally obligated to give their money back to others in society.

Andrew Carnegie - around After retiring in 1901 at the age of 66 as the world's richest man, Andrew Carnegie wanted to become a philanthropist.

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