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Authors: Stephen Sabatini
Date: December 9, 1987
Type: Ephemera
Identifier: aql:23183
Description: The interview was conducted on December 9, 1987 in conference room in the city room at the New York Daily News by Stephe Sabatini.
Authors: John Belmonte
Date: December 9, 1987
Subject: Documentation
Type: Ephemera
Identifier: aql:23192
Description: John Belmonte gave his permission to Professor Bette Weidman to listen to his interview for her class in Oral History.
Authors: Stephen Sabatini
Date: December 9, 1987
Type: Document
Identifier: aql:23172
Description: Stephen Sabatini writes about his interview with John Belmonte. Sabatini writes about Belmonte's aspirations to be a journalist.
Authors: Stephen Sabatini
Date: December 9, 1987
Type: Ephemera
Identifier: aql:23169
Description: The document contains Stephen Sabatini's notes for his interview with John Belmonte.
Authors: Stephen Sabatini
Date: December 9, 1987
Type: Ephemera
Identifier: aql:23196
Description: Stephen writes about his aim for the three interviews he conducted. He wanted to find career intentions and their relations to the specific career path directions of his interviewees.
Date: October 31, 2011
Subject: Portraits | Haber, Ethyl
Type: Digital image
Identifier: aql:22268
Description: Flushing resident Benjamin Haber and his wife Ethyl Haber pose for a portrait on the day of their StoryCorps interview as part of Queens Week in 2011.
Date: December 21, 1922
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:26021
Description: Lutheran Cemetery - Now All Faiths Cemetery. View looking N-NW at the west end of Lutheran Cemetery, south of Metropolitan Ave. The wood frame bell tower in the center background was replaced in 1928 ... More
Authors: Benjamin Haber
Date: 2005 - 2012
Subject: Portraits | Haber, Isaac
Type: Digital image
Identifier: aql:20750
Description: Isaac Haber wrote this essay for a school assignment when he was twelve years old. He describes his grandfather, Ben Haber and their warm relationship. This printed copy of the essay is from Ben and E ... More
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Date: 1953
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:23680
Description: 1953 Building Award - Bronze Plaque - Religious Building - St. John's Cemetery - Metropolitan Avenue at Dry Harbor Road. Architect: Joseph Mathieu; Builder: Veit and Company, Inc. [Appears Queensborou ... More
Date: 1953
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:23650
Description: 1953 Building Award - Bronze Plaque - Religious Building - St. John's Cemetery - Metropolitan Avenue and Dry Harbor Road. Architect: Joseph Mathieu; Builder: Veit and Company, Inc. [Appears in Queensb ... More
Authors: Benjamin Haber
Date: 1953
Subject: Sewing | Piecework
Type: Digital image
Identifier: aql:20802
Description: Lena Haber was one of many New York City garment workers who did "piecework," at home on nights and weekends, earning a small fee for each finished garment. Haber sewed ties and her son, Benjamin Habe ... More
Authors: Benjamin Haber
Date: circa 1938
Type: Digital image
Identifier: aql:20783
Description: This is a partial portrait of the participants in a mock Seder dinner from around 1938 at the Hebrew Institute of Middle Village. Queens Memory Project interviewee, Ben Haber, loaned this photograph f ... More
Date: January 1924
Subject: Dwellings | Hotels
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:29495
Description: Former Mount Olivet Hotel - Was located on the west side of Mt. Olivet Crescent (formerly Olivet Ave.), south of 62nd Avenue (Evelin Ave.). Built by Charles Dlouhy in 1897; later owned by Welz & Zerwe ... More
Date: January 1924
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:29751
Description: Fresh Pond Crematory - Located at the NW corner of Mt. Olivet Crescent & 62nd Ave. (formerly Evelin Ave.), across from All Faiths Cemetery. Built in 1884 and in operation by 1885, a new building was e ... More
Date: February 1924
Subject: Dwellings | Buildings
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:25931
Description: J.H. Faber House - Located at old no. 1708 Metropolitan Ave. at the SE corner of 65th Place, opposite Mt. Olivet Crescent (which by the 1950's was a gas station). Faber also built the shop building to ... More