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Josh Ellis and Elanna White Clip 2: Astoria - City of the World's Culture

Collection: This recording is part of the 30th Ave - A Year in the Life of a Street Records at the Archives at Queens Library: Josh Ellis and Elanna White
Date: Time Period: 2011.0; 2011-09-30; Interview recorded: September 30 2011 Material: Digital audio recording made using Olympus Linear PCM Recorder LS-10 digital recorder and Adobe Soundbooth CS5. Dimension: Total running time: 0:04:16
Creator: Josh Ellis and Elanna White interviewed by Annabel Short Identifier: aql:18749 ellis_josh_clip2

Description: Josh Ellish and Elanna White discuss aspects of Astoria that they have always enjoyed. Josh mentions that Welling Court is a tight knit community and he knew all his neighbors from block parties he attended to as a kid. Elanna enjoys the feel of culture from all over the world in Astoria. Within a two block radius from her home, cuisine from various countries is available. Astoria is also very close and to other places such as Manhattan, making it;s location very convenient. Elanna's family has owned Broadway Silk Store (between 35th and 36th streets) for 90 years, giving her a very rich sense of origin and history in Astoria.

Collection : aql:20455; aql:18657

Creator : Josh Ellis and Elanna White interviewed by Annabel Short

Date : Time Period: 2011.0; 2011-09-30; Interview recorded: September 30 2011

Summary/Description : Josh Ellish and Elanna White discuss aspects of Astoria that they have always enjoyed. Josh mentions that Welling Court is a tight knit community and he knew all his neighbors from block parties he attended to as a kid. Elanna enjoys the feel of culture from all over the world in Astoria. Within a two block radius from her home, cuisine from various countries is available. Astoria is also very close and to other places such as Manhattan, making it;s location very convenient. Elanna's family has owned Broadway Silk Store (between 35th and 36th streets) for 90 years, giving her a very rich sense of origin and history in Astoria.

Subject : Cooking; Cultural pluralism; Communities

Rights : Contact the Archives at Queens Library (718-990-0770) for research and reproduction requests.

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 Olympus Linear PCM Recorder LS-10 digital recorder and Adobe Soundbooth CS5.; Total running time: 0:04:16

Identifier : aql:18749 ellis_josh_clip2

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Contact the Archives at Queens Library (718-990-0770) for research and reproduction requests.


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