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Date: 2017
Type: Essay manuscript
Identifier: aql:33579
Description: High Order Betrayal by Lee Stonehill
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Date: 2017
Type: Essay manuscript
Identifier: aql:33626
Description: Marjorie Godlin Roemer writes about her childhood in Sunnyside. She describes her school experiences at P.S. 150, and the progressive education she received there. She also talks about how the Sunnysi ... More
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Date: 2017
Type: Essay manuscript
Identifier: aql:33651
Description: Essay by Adria Fisher Price about her childhood in Sunnyside, Queens.
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Date: 2017
Type: Essay manuscript
Identifier: aql:33668
Description: Linda Millet Herman writes about her childhood in Sunnyside from 1942 when she was one, until 1958 when her family moved to Long Island City. She describes her school experiences at P.S. 150, and what ... More
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Date: 2017
Type: Essay manuscript
Identifier: aql:33605
Description: Jewish School of Sunnyside by Lee Stonehill
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Date: 2017
Type: Essay manuscript
Identifier: aql:33575
Description: Street Hockey by Lee Stonehill
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Authors: Ruth Horowitz
Date: 2016
Type: Essay manuscript
Identifier: aql:33667
Description: Ruth Horowitz writes about the Sunnyside Stories project: The people contributing to this collection grew up in the 1940’s and 1950’s in Sunnyside, Queens. We now live scattered across the globe. Many ... More
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Authors: Steve Kessler
Date: 2016
Type: Essay manuscript
Identifier: aql:33597
Description: Steve Kessler writes about his childhood in Sunnyside Queens in the 1950's; he names shops, list street games the kids played, and writes about a few incidents that happened.
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Authors: Steven Wolfe
Date: 2016
Type: Essay manuscript
Identifier: aql:33685
Description: Steven Wolfe writes about sports that he played while at school at P.S. 150, "punchball" was his favorite. He describes the games, the kids who played, and a few stories about incidents on the ballfie ... More
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Authors: William Woolf
Date: 2016
Type: Essay manuscript
Identifier: aql:33628
Description: Bill Woolf writes about his childhood in Sunnyside Gardens where he lived at 39-17 45th Street; with his good friends Pete Scheiner and Danny DeLeon, he went sledding in an area they called the "bowl" ... More
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Authors: Naomi Lehman
Date: 2016
Type: Essay manuscript
Identifier: aql:33673
Description: Naomi Lehman writes about growing up in Sunnyside Gardens on 39th Avenue where the family move to in 1946. She loved having a park across the street, and describes the activities she used to do there; ... More
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Authors: Ruth Horowitz
Date: 2016
Type: Essay manuscript
Identifier: aql:33553
Description: Ruth Horowitz writes about the sycamore trees, back courtyards, and tiny gardens in Sunnyside Gardens and how the area seemed to be separate refuge from the rest of Sunnyside.
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Authors: Frank Carrado
Date: February 11, 2014
Type: Documents
Identifier: aql:20211
Description: Frank Carrado tells the story of how when he and his friends were ten (in 1940) they had a business selling coal in Long Island City. They got the coal from the trains in the railyard.
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