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Date: 2017
Type: Essay manuscript
Identifier: aql:33642
Description: Rita Zuckerman Jaros writes about her childhood on 46th Street in Sunnyside Gardens from 1943 to about 1960 (when she was 19). She describes playing outside with a mixed age group of kids in the stree ... More
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Authors: Henry Gralton
Date: 2017
Type: Essay manuscript
Identifier: aql:33773
Description: Harry Gralton writes about his childhood in Sunnyside Gardens. He lived on 44th Street from 1940 until 1969. He talks about the games they played including stickball and roller hockey. They also made ... More
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Date: 2017
Subject: Children | Outdoor games
Type: Essay manuscript
Identifier: aql:33832
Description: Marion (Judy Wise) Rabinowitz writes about the Growing up in Sunnyside. The neghborhood nurtured her creative spirit and recalls some of her friends, teachers and family.
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Date: 2017
Subject: Children | Outdoor games
Type: Essay manuscript
Identifier: aql:33831
Description: Rosemarie Gralton Piscopo writes about the stoop ion 44th Street the was a hangout spot for all the neighborhood kids. She also writes about other places the kids would go, and the things they would d ... More
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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: Ruth Horowitz
Date: 2016
Type: Essay manuscript
Identifier: aql:33581
Description: Ruth Horowitz writes about the rude awakening of junior high school after elementary school at the progressive PS 150. She describes teachers, the decor, junior high school girl fashion, and girl cliq ... 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: Max Rosenthal
Date: circa 1950
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:21395
Description: Taken by Max Rosenthal of Sunnyside, Queens, this photograph depicts Larry Kappel (second from right) with some of his friends at his home in Sunnyside Gardens.
Authors: Jo Anne Kappel
Date: 1949
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:21399
Description: Brothers Stephen Kappel (left) and Lawrence Kappel (right) in the alley on 46th street posing with baseball bats.
Authors: Jo Anne Kappel
Date: November 1949
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:21369
Description: Lawrence Kappel on 46th street playing hockey.
Authors: Jo Anne Kappel
Date: June 1949
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:21412
Description: Stephen Kappel on stilts in front of his house in Sunnyside Gardens.
Authors: Irving Kappel
Date: December 1947
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:21397
Description: Larry Kappel is photographed by his father, Irving, during a snow day while he was climbing the bannister on the porch of his Sunnyside Gardens home.
Authors: Irving Kappel
Date: December 1947
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:21374
Description: A youthful Larry Kappel looks up to the camera while enjoying some play time during a snow day in Sunnyside Gardens, Queens. Irving Kappel, Larry and Stephen Kappel's father, is the photographer of th ... More
Authors: Irving Kappel
Date: December 1947
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:21391
Description: Irving Kappel, Larry's father, snapped this photograph of Larry playing in the snow in Sunnyside, Queens.
Authors: Ruth Horowitz
Date: 1946
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:33621
Description: Ruthie and David Horowitz posing in front of 39-20 46th Street in Sunnyside Gardens, 1946.