Tuesday, July 24, 2012

The Early Milwaukee Mafia

July 2012 Contents
Feature Article

Vito Guardalabene and the
Early Milwaukee Mafia, 1903-1921
By Joshua R. Henze

"Very early on Tuesday morning, May 4, 1920, thirty-eight-year-old Giovanni Guardalabene, older son and successor to aging local Mafia boss Vito Guardalabene, said goodbye to his wife Angela. Giovanni and his taller, slimmer brother Angelo left the home they shared in Milwaukee’s Third Ward Italian district and headed to their city posts as garbage collection inspectors. It was a cool, spring morning of thirty-nine degrees..."

Forty-eight pages including seventeen and a half pages of notes, seven photographs and three maps.

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