|Title||Color photocopy of a Paul Samperi published newspaper notice, "The Hoboken Crooner," March 15, 1941.|
|Object Name||Clipping, Newspaper|
|Collection||Paul A. Samperi Papers|
|Credit||Gift of Patricia Samperi and Family.|
|Scope & Content||
Color photocopy of a Paul Samperi published newspaper notice, "The Hoboken Crooner" from March 15, 1941.
Newspaper was apparently the Jersey Observer.
Text of article:
The Hoboken Crooner
Frank Sinatra, who is being featured with Tommy Dorsey's Orchestra every Thursday night, has made a new song sensation called, "My Memmor," featuring the Pied Pipers and Connie Haines. They are now awaiting the release of their new motion picture, "Las Vegas Nights," which will soon be seen at your local theatre.
Frank Sinatra, who was born in Hoboken, has been with Dorsey's Orchestra for one year.
101 Hudson St., Hoboken. [cataloger's note: address is that of the Continental Hotel which was owned and operated by the Samperi family and where they lived.]
Text in pencil above clipping:
March 15, 1941
Text in pencil below clipping:
Sent in March 12
A Jersey Observer Junior Reporter 1941 pin button is seen at the left in this image made from a bound notebook belonging to Samperi.
|Year Range from||1941.0|
|Year Range to||1941.0|
101 Hudson St.
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