Wally Rosenthal Oral History
Scope and Contents
This interview covers topics such as growing up in Flushing in the 1950s; being brought up in a leftist/progressive home; civil rights movement activities he and his older brothers participated in at Queens College and in Flushing in the early to mid-1960s; and later activism in which Rosenthal was a participant.
- Rosenthal, Wally (Interviewee, Person)
This oral history is open for research. Media files and transcript can be viewed and/or requested through the Queens Memory Project on Aviary: https://queenslibrary.aviaryplatform.com/r/5q4rj48t2t. For help using the site, contact QC.Archives@qc.cuny.edu.
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Interview shared under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0). Users are free to share or adapt the material for non-commercial purposes, as long as they meet the terms of the license. See license details at https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/.
1 Digital Files ; Duration: 01:21:36
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Donated to Queens College and Queens Public Library by Wally Rosenthal and Tess Hartman in March 2011.
Oral history conducted as part of the Queens Memory Project (http://queensmemory.org), a collaborative program of the Queens Public Library and Queens College to collect stories, images, and other evidence of life in the borough of Queens.
- Wally Rosenthal Oral History
- Annie Tummino
- April 2020
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