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Text from Dorothy Basilico Interview

Collection: Sunnyside Sound Project Records at the Archives at Queens Library: Dorothy Basilico
Date: 2009 Material: digital image Dimension: 113 kb (digital image)
Creator: Dorothy Basilico Identifier: aql:18266 basilico_dorothy_doc basilico_dorothy_doc.pdf

Description: Dorothy Basilico has lived in Sunnyside for more than 50 years and has been a school crossing guard for more than 30 of them. She currently helps the children of P.S. 150 cross the street safely.

Collection : aql:18078; aql:20455

Creator : Dorothy Basilico

Date : 2009

Summary/Description : Dorothy Basilico has lived in Sunnyside for more than 50 years and has been a school crossing guard for more than 30 of them. She currently helps the children of P.S. 150 cross the street safely.

Subject : School crossing guards; Basilico, Dorothy

Rights : These audio recordings, photos and articles are the property of Sabine Heinlein. Uses of edited excerpts from her interviews are protected under a Creative Commons public domain license, but her full, unedited audio is open to researchers by request. Contact digitalarchives@queenslibrary.org for access. For reproductions of the unedited recordings, please contact Sabine Heinlein at (sabineheinlein@gmail.com).

Coverage : Sunnyside, NY Sunnyside (New York, N.Y.) Queens (New York, N.Y.)

Type : digital image

Format : digital image; 113 kb (digital image)

Identifier : aql:18266 basilico_dorothy_doc basilico_dorothy_doc.pdf

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School crossing guards; Basilico, Dorothy
Rights Notice
These audio recordings, photos and articles are the property of Sabine Heinlein. Uses of edited excerpts from her interviews are protected under a Creative Commons public domain license, but her full, unedited audio is open to researchers by request. Contact digitalarchives@queenslibrary.org for access. For reproductions of the unedited recordings, please contact Sabine Heinlein at (sabineheinlein@gmail.com).


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