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Robert Trabold, Clip 3: Food Memories

Collection: This recording is part of the Robert Trabold Oral History and is available in digital audio.
Date: Time Period: 1940-2011; 2011; Interview recorded: December 5, 2011 Material: Digital audio recording made using TASCAM DR-07 digital recorder and Audacity software. Dimension: Total running time: 0:02:25
Creator: Bob Trabold interviewed by Natalie Milbrodt Identifier: aql:26274 trabold-robert-clip3

Description: Bob Trabold describes the neighborhood shops he remembers from his childhood in Jamaica, especially the German and Jewish delicatessens. Now, he finds similar Central European food available in the Russian stores of nearby Rego Park.

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Subject:
Ethnic markets; Pickled foods
Collection : aql:16084; aql:20455

Creator : Bob Trabold interviewed by Natalie Milbrodt

Date : Time Period: 1940-2011; 2011; Interview recorded: December 5, 2011

Summary/Description : Bob Trabold describes the neighborhood shops he remembers from his childhood in Jamaica, especially the German and Jewish delicatessens. Now, he finds similar Central European food available in the Russian stores of nearby Rego Park.

Subject : Ethnic markets; Pickled foods

Rights : This recording is the property of Queens College Libraries' Department of Special Collections and Archives. Please contact qc.archives@qc.cuny.edu for research and reproduction requests.

Coverage : Locations discussed: Jamaica and Rego Park, NY Jamaica (New York, N.Y.) Rego Park (New York, N.Y.) Queens (New York, N.Y.)

Type : Oral history

Format : Digital audio recording made using TASCAM DR-07 digital recorder and Audacity software.; Total running time: 0:02:25

Identifier : aql:26274 trabold-robert-clip3

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This recording is the property of Queens College Libraries' Department of Special Collections and Archives. Please contact qc.archives@qc.cuny.edu for research and reproduction requests.


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