Photo History: Photographers Who Documented the Mob

By David Schonauer   Friday January 15, 2021

Throughout the 20th century photographer have documented  the harsh realities of organized crime and mobsters, and KultureHub looks back at a number of them. Among the most famous: Arthur Fellig (aka “Weegee”), who photographed the body of Dominick Didato, aka Terry Burns, after he’d been rubbed out in New York in 1936; Letizia Battaglia, who confronted and exposed the violence of the Sicilian mafia; and Junnosuke Fujita, who documented the carnage of Al Capone’s Saint Valentine’s Day Massacre.

Read the whole story at KultureHub.


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