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Date: Time Period: 1995 - 1999
Type: Oral history
Identifier: aql:24803
Description: In 1999 Keith Perrin traveled to Japan to promote the opening of a new FUBU store. It was a surprise to see how everyone in Japan dressed like he did and how huge hip-hop was there. It was a feeling o ... More
Date: Time Period: 1994-2010
Type: Oral history
Identifier: aql:16074
Description: Ashini describes going shopping at American chain stores for some clothes and going to Flushing, Jackson Heights, or even Canada for her Indian-style clothes. Her mother sometimes sews for her. She de ... More
Date: Time Period: 1992 - 2000
Type: Oral history
Identifier: aql:24794
Description: FUBU came out at the same time that a lot of famous artists were starting out. While the FUBU founders weren't rap artists, they were part of the same generation. Keith Perrin also talks about the par ... More
Date: Time Period: 1992
Type: Oral history
Identifier: aql:19992
Description: J. Alexander Martin talks about FUBU, the American clothing and hip hop apparel company, how it started and how he was a part of it.
Date: Time Period: 1990s
Type: Oral history
Identifier: aql:19872
Description: Ralph was able to tell what part of New York someone was from by the way they dress. Queens would match with their clothes, Brooklyn had a funky look, and Bronx was more of sweat suits and the brand A ... More
Date: 1989
Type: glass plate negative; digital image
Identifier: aql:5213
Description: William Erwin Case, seated at a desk.
Date: Time Period: 1980s
Type: Oral history
Identifier: aql:24795
Description: Keith Perrin describes the type of role models he saw in his neighborhood. As a youth, he would see them and think of the possible routes he might take in life. He also talks about the start of the cr ... More
Date: July 1976
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:23008
Description: Queens College student Larry Levin on the steps of Jefferson Hall, in a photograph taken for a series of articles in which Queens and Long Island residents were asked their views on the state of Ameri ... More
Date: July 1976
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:22969
Description: Queens College student Leslie Burton on the steps of Jefferson Hall, in a photograph taken for a series of articles in which Queens and Long Island residents were asked their views on the state of Ame ... More
Date: July 1976
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:23024
Description: An unidentified student, jogging on the Queens College campus, is photographed for a series of articles in which Queens and Long Island residents were asked their views on the state of America at its ... More
Date: July 1976
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:22933
Description: An unidentified student, walking near Kiely Hall on the Queens College campus, is photographed for a series of articles in which Queens and Long Island residents were asked their views on the state of ... More
Date: July, 1975
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:16706
Description: Neighborhood residents gather at the unfinished townhouses of the Village Mall Towers abandoned construction site.
Date: circa 1973
Type: color photographs
Identifier: aql:17717
Description: Men holding flags at North Channel Yacht club. The man on the left, front is James A. Robertson.
Date: Time Period: 1970 - 2015
Type: Oral history
Identifier: aql:24786
Description: Co-founder Keith Perrin describes the start of the FUBU clothing line, including how the founders came up with the name, and how they began by selling tie-top hats at the Colosseum Mall in Jamaica, Qu ... More
Date: Time Period: 1970 - 2015
Type: Oral history
Identifier: aql:24828
Description: In FUBU's early days, Daymond John, Founder, President, and CEO of FUBU, persistently asked LL Cool J to wear the company's products. LL Cool J eventually agreed to wear the clothing, making them prom ... More