Rosario Dispenza

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Rosario Dispenza is believed to have been the Chicago Mafia boss from approximately 1909 to 1914. He was murdered in 1914 and succeeded by Anthony D'Andrea.


Flynn, William J. The Barrel Mystery. New York, James A. McCann Company, 1919.

Hunt, Thomas. "Chicago's Early Mafia Bosses." Informer 2:2 (April, 2009), 39-41.

Warner, Richard N. "The Dreaded D'Andrea: The Former Priest Who Became the Windy City's Most Feared Mafia Boss." Informer 2:2 (April, 2009), 4-31.

Preceded by
Mariano Zagone
Chicago Mafia Boss
Succeeded by
Anthony D'Andrea
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