. Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine . d on Decembtr 29,1922. Mr. Orbello was born in Tenda,Italy, in 1856. He came to America at theage of eighteen on an Americiin man of war.He became a naturalized American citizena few vears after becoming of age. In the year 1882 he married Miss AliceGreenwell. Two years later, he was firstemployed by the Railroad at Deer ParkHotel in capacity of chef and continued inthis position for about 20 years and he thentook the combination position as chef andsteward at the request of one of our presi-dents. He held this position until twoyears ago, when he reti

. Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine . d on Decembtr 29,1922. Mr. Orbello was born in Tenda,Italy, in 1856. He came to America at theage of eighteen on an Americiin man of war.He became a naturalized American citizena few vears after becoming of age. In the year 1882 he married Miss AliceGreenwell. Two years later, he was firstemployed by the Railroad at Deer ParkHotel in capacity of chef and continued inthis position for about 20 years and he thentook the combination position as chef andsteward at the request of one of our presi-dents. He held this position until twoyears ago, when he reti Stock Photo
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. Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine . d on Decembtr 29,1922. Mr. Orbello was born in Tenda,Italy, in 1856. He came to America at theage of eighteen on an Americiin man of war.He became a naturalized American citizena few vears after becoming of age. In the year 1882 he married Miss AliceGreenwell. Two years later, he was firstemployed by the Railroad at Deer ParkHotel in capacity of chef and continued inthis position for about 20 years and he thentook the combination position as chef andsteward at the request of one of our presi-dents. He held this position until twoyears ago, when he retired from activeservice. During his work at the Deer Park Hotel he cooked for and served many Railroadpresidents. President Cleveland was hisguest in 1886; he was on his honeymoon atthis time. President Harrison was anotherguest that he served. Mr. Orbello is survived by his belovedwidow; two daughters, Mrs. Mazie Simonsand Mrs. Edith Orme; two grand children;and one son, Mr. Frank P. Orbello,manager of the Hotel DriscoU, Washington,D. C.. Jl 1,1,11 Russian Boot* IMPORTED ^ROM CwKeO6Y OUB STEf<*«RAPHER<e HAVC LCARNED— ThEv HAv£ BeKM E«ro«TSD Sacs to C UM BE R l-AX O To Ba SEEM - -^^^S On Piedmont St on any Co^o NktMT The Keyser Pictorial presents—some things worth seeing