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Anthoula Lelekidis, Full Interview

Collection: Queens Memory Collection at the Archives at Queens Library: Anthoula Lelekidis
Date: Time Period: 1970 - 2010; 2017-04-12; Interview recorded: April 12 2017 Material: Digital audio recording made using Sony ICD-UX531 digital recorder and Adobe Soundbooth. Dimension: Total running time: 1:01:31
Creator: Anthoula Lelekidis interviewed by Daniela Sheinin Identifier: aql:24494 lelekidis-anthoula-full

Description: Anthoula Lelekidis is the founder of the social media project Ancient Astoria, a collection of photographs that preserve and share the memory of rapidly changing Astoria, Queens. In this interview, she discusses the motivation behind her work, and reflects on her family's cultural history. She goes into detail about specific changes in her neighborhood, from population and demographic change, to traffic, construction and social life.

Collection : aql:20455; aql:24498

Creator : Anthoula Lelekidis interviewed by Daniela Sheinin

Date : Time Period: 1970 - 2010; 2017-04-12; Interview recorded: April 12 2017

Summary/Description : Anthoula Lelekidis is the founder of the social media project Ancient Astoria, a collection of photographs that preserve and share the memory of rapidly changing Astoria, Queens. In this interview, she discusses the motivation behind her work, and reflects on her family's cultural history. She goes into detail about specific changes in her neighborhood, from population and demographic change, to traffic, construction and social life.

Subject : Neighborhoods; Family histories

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Coverage : Locations discussed: Astoria, Queens, NY Astoria (New York, N.Y.) Queens (New York, N.Y.)

Type : Oral history

Format : Digital audio recording made using Sony ICD-UX531 digital recorder and Adobe Soundbooth.; Total running time: 1:01:31

Identifier : aql:24494 lelekidis-anthoula-full

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