Gangland News

Al Capone Museum

Son of Scarface

FBI files on Capone

Internal Revenue Service files on Capone

Gangster Tours

Tommy Gun's Garage

Jazz Age Chicago

Encyclopedia of Chicago

Wikipedia on Al Capone

Chicago History Museum on Al Capone

Homicide in Chicago 1870-1930

New Criminologist: The online journal of criminology

The History of the Tommy Gun: Berrien County Sheriff's Department

Hymie Weiss: The Man Who Challenged Capone for Chicago in the 1920s

The Chicago Syndicate

Suggested Reading

The Outfit by Gus Russo

Historic Photos of Chicago Crime: The Capone Era by John Russick

The Gangs of Chicago: An Informal History of the Chicago Underworld by Herbert Asbury

Murder City: The Bloody History of Chicago by Michael Lesy



Back flap: Credit for author photo should read “Lizz Kannenberg.”

P. 168—First paragraph, “Robert Anselmi” should read “Albert Anselmi.”

P. 180–"Flagler Avenue" should read "Flagler Street."

P. 181—First paragraph should read “Sewell,” not “Swell.”

P. 188—First paragraph, “Reinhardt” should read “Reinhart.”

P. 188—Second paragraph should read “Webster Avenue,” not “Webster Place.”

P. 189—Fourth full paragraph should read “two Tommys and one twelve-gauge shotgun.”

P. 199—Second full graf should read “Twentieth Ward,” not “Twenty-fourth.”

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