Annalou Christensen interviewed by Natalie Milbrodt
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    Date: Time Period: 1920 - 2010
    Type: Oral history
    Identifier: aql:20544
    Description: Annalou Christensen describes how the School for Girls was turned into housing for the Veterans of the Civil War, and later became an orphanage. The orphanage became the favorite charity of Flushing a ... More
    Date: Time Period: 1920 - 2010
    Type: Oral history
    Identifier: aql:20539
    Description: Annalou Christensen describes how only one family houses were permitted to be built in the area. Once the restrictions were lifted in the 1930s, the area was developed and apartment buildings were bui ... More
    Date: Time Period: 1920 - 2010
    Type: Oral history
    Identifier: aql:20643
    Description: 92-year-old Annalou Christensen (née McQuilling)’s parents purchased the lot for their home in the 1920’s from the original developers of the Waldheim Neighborhood in Flushing, Queens. Her father was ... More
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