Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Stuyvesant Heights Oral History Project Round 2.

Here are a collection of interviews I produced for the Stuyvesant Heights Block Association in Brooklyn. The men and women in these interviews paint a clear picture of day to day life in Brooklyn in the early half of the 20th Century. When the trolley car cost a nickel, before their were cars parked on the streets--or Civil Rights legislation for that matter--, these cats rocked life in the BK, seeing the neighborhood change drastically over generations. Listen and learn.

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