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Artifacts from 93 Palm Avenue

Aerial view of Capone's Palm Island estate circa 1936
(Mario Gomes Collection)








Al Capone's original bathroom towel rack holders.
(Mario Gomes Collection)




Piece of black tile towel rack holder.
(Mario Gomes Collection)

Different views of tile rack holder.
(Mario Gomes Collection)




Photo of where this above tile piece once belonged. When asked, it was graciously given to me by Mr. Hank Morrison for the online museum.
(Mario Gomes Collection)




The broken piece was used to hold a window in the bathroom open.
(Mario Gomes Collection)







Today. The vintage ceramic racks were replaced with modern plain black tiles.
(Mario Gomes Collection)








Ralph Capone standing where below coral piece was located.
(Mario Gomes Collection)


Rock Coral from Grotto at 93 Palm Avenue
(Mario Gomes Collection)









Front right side of house. You can clearly see the hanging bathrooms at the far right that once were.


Lavender tile from hanging bathrooms that were demolished after Mae Capone left 93 Palm Avenue
(Mario Gomes Collection)





 Capone's favored green nile tile fragment from hanging bathroom that came from 93 Palm Avenue.
These were the exact same colored tiles installed at his Chicago Lexington suite.
SEE LEXINGTON
(Mario Gomes Collection)






Arrow showing where the bathrooms once stood near his master bedroom. Some of the materials from the demolition were buried on the grounds.





Interesting step in closet of master bedroom today. This in fact was once the entrance to Al Capone's hanging bathrooms that he and Mae shared. In there were the green nile and lavendar tiles as was also found at the Lexington hotel.





Sun faded lavender tile fragment.
(Mario Gomes Collection)





Another tile
(Mario Gomes Collection)




Small square white floor tile.
(Mario Gomes Collection)







Color photo of Al Capone's home taken on April 5,1942. Note the green tiles.


Original green clay roof tile from Capone's time at Palm Avenue.
Light green was Al Capone's favorite color. These were later replaced with new orange / red clay ones.
(Mario Gomes Collection)







Original white / green wall plaster from home at 93 Palm Avenue.
It was later painted beige and now white again as original.
(Mario Gomes Collection)










Original pool walkway. It was later replaced by loose pebbles.
(Mario Gomes Collection)








Original light socket which was in the original light pole near the pool.
(Mario Gomes Collection)







Screw cap from original spotlight near the boat dock.
(Mario Gomes Collection)








Photo of tiles and pebbles situated at pool.
(Mario Gomes Collection)



Tiles that garnered the top edges of the pool. These were added later on.
(Mario Gomes Collection)












Pool walkway.
(Mario Gomes Collection)



Collected pebbles on pool walkway.
(Mario Gomes Collection)