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DescriptionAfrican-American sisters Aurora and Doris Alexander of Long Branch, New Jersey were born in 1920 and 1922 respectively. Their family encouraged their daughters to attain educations and pursue...
Time PeriodThe Emergence of Modern America (1890-1930)
DescriptionJosephine Milano Hahula, granddaughter of Italian immigrants, was born on the farm of her uncle (Milano family) in Somerville, NJ on November 29, 1922. In May of 1923, her immediate family moved to a...
Time PeriodThe Emergence of Modern America (1890-1930), 2013-11-13
DescriptionInterview conducted by Robbie Coker for the New Jersey Historical Commission's New Jersey Multi-Ethnic Oral History Project. The interview is with Hazel Fields, an African American, who was born in...
DescriptionInterview conducted by Carol Ann Raines for the New Jersey Historical Commission's New Jersey Multi-Ethnic Oral History Project. The interview is with Antoinette Bjorklund who was born in...
DescriptionInterview conducted by Cindy Popolillo for the New Jersey Historical Commission's New Jersey Multi-Ethnic Oral History Project. The interview is with Vernan Bevans who was born in British Honduras in...
DescriptionThis interview was conducted as part of the New Jersey Historical Commission Grant-funded Multi-Ethnic Oral History Project. The interviewee is Mrs. Ila Shah. Mrs. Shah came to the United States in...
Time PeriodPostwar Years (1945-1970), Contemporary America (1968-present)
DescriptionA compilation of audio clips from WBGO oral history segments on various figures and organizations in Newark during the commemoration of Newark’s rich 350-year history.
DescriptionGrowing up in Red Bank, NJ One hour Part 2 recorded May 31 2013, covering 1930s to 1950s. Harry Greenwood and Dan Dorn, Jr. interviewed by Mary Faith Chmiel and Elizabeth McDermott
Time PeriodThe Great Depression and World War II (1929-1945), Postwar Years (1945-1970)
DescriptionAn interview with Albert Appel, a professional musician, arts educator and the founder of Appel Farm Arts and Music Center. Since its founding 1960, Appel Farm has evolved into a major regional arts...
DescriptionAn interview with Ken Nerger, former gallery manager and chemical disposal worker. This interview is a part of the You're U.S. project (http://youreus.com/). Created by Emile Klein, You’re U.S. is...