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    Language: English
    Identifier: aql:256
    Description: The majority of the documents are small receipted bills for services rendered or materials supplied. Though these documents encompass the period l755 to 1857, the vast majority are for the decades of ... More
    Language: English
    Identifier: aql:366
    Description: Consisting of about 60 documents, these refer principally to the Ammerman Family (sometimes spelled Amerman or Amberman) of Jamaica and Hempstead, and especially to John Ammerman. To a lesser extent, ... More
    Date: Time Period: 1950s; 1960s
    Type: Oral history
    Identifier: aql:18441
    Description: Monsignor John McGuirl discusses the changes in the population of Forest Hills, which was predominantly German when he was growing up. In the late 1950s into the early 1960s, the neighborhood saw a bi ... More
    Language: English
    Identifier: aql:376
    Description: This collection of miscellaneous documents covers the period of 1686 to 1866. However, not all years are represented, and the bulk of the ca. 350-400 documents in the collection are dated 1801-1849. O ... More
    Authors: Deborah Monaco
    Date: circa 1968
    Type: Color photograph
    Identifier: aql:21600
    Description: Deborah Monaco and her father, mother, and family friend having a Sunday dinner in their family home in Smithtown, NY.
    Authors: Steve Kessler
    Date: 1953 - 1954
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:33641
    Description: Ruth Kappel, Steve Kappel, Mel Kessler, Larry Kapple, Mildred Kessler, Steve Kessler.
    Authors: Angela Sinclair
    Date: ca. 1940
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:33441
    Description: The Sinclair Family - grid of nine portraits on one sheet from left to right and then down: Arnold Sinclair, Robert Osborn Sinclair, Joe Sinclair, Gilbert Sinclair, Mary Cruise, Rodolfo Sinclair, Juan ... More
    Date: 1937-1942
    Subject: Families
    Type: Lithograph
    Identifier: aql:27523
    Description: Families carrying their belongings in large sacks. A building on the far right appears to be on fire.
    Language: English
    Identifier: aql:436
    Description: The collection consists of about 350 documents, the majority being dated during the middle and latter parts of the 19th century. These documents include receipts, bills, real estate indentures, and re ... More
    Language: English
    Identifier: aql:410
    Description: There are about 220 documents in this collection including one bound volume (a combination daybook and account book maintained by George Van Nuyse ca. 1827-1832-several pages have been torn out). The ... More
    Date: Time Period: 1950-2000
    Type: Oral history
    Identifier: aql:25402
    Description: Pomonok was an interesting place to grow up for a lot of different reasons: making lifelong friends, families getting togethe, and neighbors spending time together. Families looked out for each other. ... More
    Date: Time Period: 1947 - 2011
    Type: Oral history
    Identifier: aql:20500
    Description: Wally Rosenthal remarks that growing up, his neighbors were largely of European descent. He considers the integration of Christian and Jewish families significant in the neighborhood since at the time ... More
    Date: April 21, 1971
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:16930
    Description: Families walk around the grounds among the outdoor tanks at the New York State Fish Hatchery. The church spire in the background belongs to St. John's Episcopal Church.
    Date: Time Period: 1980 - 2010
    Type: Oral history
    Identifier: aql:20584
    Description: Susie Lee discusses her parents' ties to their neighborhood in Flushing, including the Korean church they attend. They live in the same one bedroom apartment where they raised Susie and her brother, a ... More
    Date: Time Period: circa 1959
    Type: Oral history
    Identifier: aql:20542
    Description: Lisa Stewart describes her family being one of only two African American families in the congregation at St. John's Lutheran Church, but feeling accepted and part of the community.