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CAPONE  PHOTOGRAPHS

A wax Al Capone at Capone's Chicago 1995.


Rare photos of Al Capone and family

Sonny Capone and his proud dad. Circa 1928

(Mario Gomes Collection)


"Sonny" Albert Francis and his dad Al Capone in Hot Springs.
(Photo courtesy of Bill Helmer)





Al Capone relaxing in the sun with his mom on the dock of his Florida Mansion. Syphillis by this time was ravaging his mind.

Circa mid 1940.

(Mario Gomes Collection).




Al Capone with hunting buddies and his older brother Ralph (standing right) behind. Circa mid 1940 in Wisconsin.

(Mario Gomes Collection).




Mae Capone, Al and Muriel (Mae's sister) June 1945.

(Mario Gomes collection).




The beautiful Mae Coughlin Capone. Circa 1920
(Mario Gomes Collection)





Another shot of Mae Capone.
(Mario Gomes Collection)






Mafalda Capone at 18 years old.
(Mario Gomes Collection)




Mafalda Maritote in her mid fifities.



Photograph of Al's mom Theresa, standing in the backyard of the Capone homestead at 7244 South Prairie Ave. (Chicago) circa 1932-33. This photo was one of Al's prized possessions in Atlanta. Note the lower back view of photo with prison stamp and Al's prison number in Atlanta.
(Mario Gomes Collection)







Al posing of which one was a colorized full shot that would be given to his mom. A few of these were taken, some with his mom and brothers.
(Mario Gomes Collection)





This photo today shows where Theresa was standing. Note the windows in the front have been bricked over.
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Joe Walters).


Important to note is that the Capone family arrived in America through Ellis island.Teresa Raiola came on the ship called the Werra on June 18,1895. (Most books on Capone are erroneous to this fact). Accompanying her was Vincent Capone aged 3 and Raffaele Capone aged 10 months.No mention of Gabriele Capone or Caponi for this similar date.Their ship had left the ports of Naples and Genoa.Teresa gave birth to a total of 8 Children. Vincenzo (James) ,Ralph ,Salvatore(Frank), Alphonse,Amadeo Ermino(John or Mimi), Umberto (Albert John),Matthew Nicholas and Mafalda ( named after Italy's royal princess).


Copy of ship's log "The Werra" for June 18,1895.




Al Capone (left) with bodyguards on Chicago rooftop for the pigeon races.
(Photo Courtesy of Mary Orr).

First Posted June 2001