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THE BIRTH OF OLE BLUES EYES
1914 - 1943
HOBOKEN, NEW JERSEY
415 MONROE STREET
Frank's parents, Frank and Dolly Sinatra, were married in 1914.
They were living in this four - story, eight room family building where the future Chairman Of The Board was born on April 2, 1916.
1927 - 1932
703 PARK AVENUE
In 1927 the Sinatra's moved into this three bedroom apartment.
1938 - 1939
ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, NEW JERSEY
THE RUSTIC CABIN
Sinatra's first professional contract was for $25,00 a week, working for this country roadhouse as a singer, headwaiter, Master of Ceremonies and comedian. In 1939 he was seen by Harry James, who signed him.
1939 - 1943
JERSEY CITY, NEW JERSEY
Frank and his first wife, Nancy's first apartment as a married couple. It had three rooms and the rent was $42.00 a month.
1943 - 1944
HASHBROOKS HEIGHTS, NEW JERSEY
Frank was touring with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra when he bought his first house. It cost $25,000. His neighbor was mobster Willie Moretti. In 1944 he moved his wife and children to Hollywood, California.
OLE BLUE EYES IN HOLLYWOOD
1944 - 1998
1944 - 1948
TOLUCA LAKE, NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA
10051 VALLEY SPRING LANE
Sinatra bought this house from actress Mary Astor and moved Nancy and the kids out from New Jersey. It was their first Hollywood home. In the 1960s actress Sandra Dee lived here.
1948 - 1950
HOLMBY HILLS, BEVERLY HILLS
320 NORTH CAROLWOOD DRIVE
Sinatra paid $250,000 for this mansion and moved his brood from out of Toluca Lake. In 1950 he and Nancy split up and he moved out of the house. She raised the kids here and continues to live in this house. He moved out to be with Ava Gardner.
1948 - 1952
ALEJO ROAD - "TWIN PALMS"
Frank built his first Palm Springs home where he, Nancy and the children could relax. It cost $250,000. After they seperated he moved Ava Gardner in. It became their love nest.
9In 1952 Frank paid $90,000 for Al Jolson's Palm Springs home).
1950 - 1951
177 SOUTH ROBERTSON BLVD
Sinatra's office building. After he moved out of the family home
in 1950, Frank stayed here for a short time. In 1951 (the year of the divorce from Nancy was final) he had to sell the building to pay alimony. It is now The International Children's Center.
Late 1950s To Early 1960s
2666 BOWMONT DRIVE
In 1966 he married Mia Farrow
100 DELFERN DRIVE
Frank and Mia lived here in a house he rented from producer Buddy Adler and his actress wife, Anita Louise. Eva Gabor was living here at the time of her death.
120 MONOVALE DRIVE
He and Mia lived here in a bungalow
1970s - 1973
209 COPA DE ORO ROAD
In 1973 Frank sold the house to Telly Savalas.
(Frank's buddy, Dean Martin lived aon this street at 363 from 1973 to 1976)
His beach pad
1980s - 1998
915 FOOTHILL ROAD
In the 1980s Sinatra and his fourth and last wife, Barbara, sold their Palm Springs home and moved here. They were living here
at the time of his death on May 14, 1998.
(Anne Bancroft and Mel Brooks once lived here)
RANCHO MIRAGE PROPERTY OWNED BY FRANK SINATRA
70 - 548 FRANK SINATRA DRIVE
70 - 588 FRANK SINATRA DRIVE
70 - 200 FRANK SINATRA DRIVE (Guest house)
70 - 630 FRANK SINATRA DRIVE (Guset house)
1130 STARLIGHT LANE
36928 PINTO PALM DRIVE - CATHERDAL CITY
CEDARS - SINAI MEDICAL CENTER
6700 BEVERLY BLVD - LOS ANGELES
Frank Sinatra died here on May 14, 1998
GOOD SHEPHERD CATHOLIC CHURCH - BEVERLY HILLS
Sinatra's funeral was held here
DESERT MEMORIAL PARK - CATHEDRAL CITY
Sinatra is buried near his parents and his friend, Jilly Rizzo.
"Live every day as if it were your last 'cause one day, you'll be right."