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Miguel Sanchez's Thought on Woodside

Collection: This recording is part of the Queens Memory Collection at the Archives at Queens Library: Miguel Sanchez
Date: Time Period: 2005 - 2016; 2016-11-09; Interview recorded: November 9 2016 Material: Digital audio recording made using ZOOM H2 digital recorder and Adobe Soundbooth. Dimension: Total running time: 0:03:51
Creator: Miguel Sanchez interviewed by Walter Saavedra Identifier: aql:21701 sanchez_miguel_clip3

Description: Miguel describes Woodside as a very quiet place where he can walk freely, feel safe, and not be worried about life. He opines that Woodside is developing and improving. Recorded in Spanish. / Miguel etiqueta a Woodside como un lugar muy callado, donde el puede caminar tranquilo, sintiéndose seguro y sin ningún problema del cual preocuparse. El opina que en general el lugar esta desarrollándose y mejorando.

Collection : aql:20455; aql:22218

Creator : Miguel Sanchez interviewed by Walter Saavedra

Date : Time Period: 2005 - 2016; 2016-11-09; Interview recorded: November 9 2016

Summary/Description : Miguel describes Woodside as a very quiet place where he can walk freely, feel safe, and not be worried about life. He opines that Woodside is developing and improving. Recorded in Spanish. / Miguel etiqueta a Woodside como un lugar muy callado, donde el puede caminar tranquilo, sintiéndose seguro y sin ningún problema del cual preocuparse. El opina que en general el lugar esta desarrollándose y mejorando.

Subject : Emigration and immigration; Neighborhoods

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

Type : Oral history

Format : Digital audio recording made using ZOOM H2 digital recorder and Adobe Soundbooth.; Total running time: 0:03:51

Identifier : aql:21701 sanchez_miguel_clip3

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