1954 photo of mob boss Albert Anastasia. He was the chief executioner of the one-time murder Inc., ring. Rap star Rick Ross dedicated his album "Albert Anastasia EP" to the notorious mafia boss.

1954 photo of mob boss Albert Anastasia. He was the chief executioner of the one-time murder Inc., ring. Rap star Rick Ross dedicated his album "Albert Anastasia EP" to the notorious mafia boss.

Stephen Armone (November 17, 1899 Palermo, Sicily – 1960), also known as "14th Street Steve", was a New York gangster with the Gambino crime family who ran gambling operations in Lower Manhattan. He was the older brother of Gambino capo Joseph Armone. His arrest record included assault and battery with intent to kill, burglary, and narcotics laws violations. In 1957, Armone allegedly participated in the assassination of family boss Albert Anastasia, with Steven Grammauta and Arnold…

Stephen Armone (November 17, 1899 Palermo, Sicily – 1960), also known as "14th Street Steve", was a New York gangster with the Gambino crime family who ran gambling operations in Lower Manhattan. He was the older brother of Gambino capo Joseph Armone. His arrest record included assault and battery with intent to kill, burglary, and narcotics laws violations. In 1957, Armone allegedly participated in the assassination of family boss Albert Anastasia, with Steven Grammauta and Arnold…

Albert Anastasia (pronounced ah-nah-STAH-zee-ah) (born Umberto Anastasio, September 26, 1902 – October 25, 1957) was one of the most ruthless and feared Cosa Nostra mobsters in American history. A founder of the American Mafia, Anastasia ran Murder, Inc. during the prewar era and was boss of the modern Gambino crime family during most of the 1950s. Anastasia died in what was probably the most sensational assassination in mob history.

Albert Anastasia (pronounced ah-nah-STAH-zee-ah) (born Umberto Anastasio, September 26, 1902 – October 25, 1957) was one of the most ruthless and feared Cosa Nostra mobsters in American history. A founder of the American Mafia, Anastasia ran Murder, Inc. during the prewar era and was boss of the modern Gambino crime family during most of the 1950s. Anastasia died in what was probably the most sensational assassination in mob history.

Albert Anastasia, 1957, Park Central Sheraton Hotel barbershop. The barbershop is now a Starbucks

Albert Anastasia, 1957, Park Central Sheraton Hotel barbershop. The barbershop is now a Starbucks

Albert Anastasia 1957, Park Central Sheraton barber shop

Albert Anastasia 1957, Park Central Sheraton barber shop

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