Harry Tietlebaum or ''Teitelbaum'' (born 1889) was an American organized crime figure in New York's underworld during Prohibition
as he was associated of the Bug and Meyer Mob
. He was later part of a major heroin smuggling operation with Meyer Lansky
and Harry "Nig" Rosen
during the early 1930s.
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*Fried, Albert. ''The Rise and Fall of the Jewish Gangster in America''. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1980.
*Messick, Hank. ''Lansky''. London: Robert Hale & Company, 1973.
*Newark, Tim. ''Mafia Allies: The True Story of America's Secret Alliance with the Mob in World War II''. St. Paul, Minnesota: MBI Publishing Company, 2007.
Category:Year of death missing
Category:Jewish American gangsters
Category:Criminals from New York City