Luciano is considered the father of organized crime in New York and was the first to divide the city sections controlled by five mob families The gallery includes images from the largest collection of criminal justice evidence in the English-speaking world, a repository that holds glass-plate photographs taken by the New York City Police Department.

Flavors are available by the scoop, and they also offer pints to take home.

Toasted Hazelnut and Columbia County Coffee are popular favorites.

This circa 1983-1988 photo provided by the New York City Municipal Archives shows 172 Norfolk Street, which is now the Angel Orensanz Foundation, in New York.

Over 800,000 color photographs were taken with 35-mm cameras for tax purposes.

This Brooklyn-based ice cream shop offers delicious flavors of ice cream, all prepared with New York state milk from family farms with a focus on sustainability throughout their shops and in their products.

From May-October, you can also enjoy Blue Marble outdoors at their stands on Governors Island, Brooklyn Bridge Park and at the Brooklyn Flea.

One popular cache includes photos shot mostly by NYPD detectives, nearly each one a crime mystery just begging to be solved.

A black-and-white, top-down image of two bodies in the elevator shaft is a representative example.

The historical pictures released online for the first time show New York in the late 19th and early 20th centuries Genesis of a icon: In this June 5, 1908 photo, the Manhattan Bridge is less than a shell, seen from Washington Street.