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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
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
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: Steven Wolfe
Date: 2016
Type: Essay manuscript
Identifier: aql:33830
Description: Steven Wolf describes growing up on 46th Street in sunnyside. He writes about his friends and some of the people who lived in the neighborhood.
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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: Steven Wolfe
Date: 2016
Type: Essay manuscript
Identifier: aql:33684
Description: Steven Wolfe describes pranks he and his friends pulled at J.H.S. 125 in Sunnyside, especially on a their teacher Miss Crowley.
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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: Steven Wolfe
Date: 2016
Type: Essay manuscript
Identifier: aql:33683
Description: Steven Wolf describes four movie theaters in Sunnyside in the 1950's; he gives their locations, describes them physically, writes what types of films each showed, and talks about movies he saw and inc ... More
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Authors: Steven Wolfe
Date: 2016
Type: Essay manuscript
Identifier: aql:33687
Description: Steven Wolfe writes about going to elementary school at P.S. 150 in Sunnyside. He writes about his teachers, the principals (a new one came his last year), his report cards, and how by third grade he ... More
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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: Steve Kessler
Date: 1955
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:33654
Description: Steve Kessler in front of 3955 46th Street in Sunnyside Gardens.