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bchs-1-1-1964.pdf
Vol. 1, no. 1 of The Bronx County Historical Society Journal, published January 1964.

Contents:
— A Letter From the President, p. 1
— A Letter From the Editors, p. 2
— George M. Zoebelein, The Bronx, A Struggle for County Government, p. 3
—…

bchs-1-2-1964.pdf
Vol. 1, no. 2 of The Bronx County Historical Society Journal, published July 1964.

Contents:
— George J. Fluhr, "Bronck, Our First Settler," p. 40
— Leo Hershkowitz, "Select Documents Relating to Jonas Bronck," p. 44
— Jean Guthrie Knowles, "A…

bchs-journal-vol-2-no-1-1965.pdf
Vol. 2, no. 1 of The Bronx County Historical Society Journal, published January 1965.

Contents:
— Thomas J. Mullins, "The Bronx and The Civil War," p. 1
— Bernard Postal, "A Short History of the Jews in The Bronx," p. 8
— Burton R. Pollin, "New…

bchs-2-2-1965.pdf
Vol. 2, no. 2 of The Bronx County Historical Society Journal, published July 1965.

Contents:
— Thomas J. Mullins, "An Anniversary Greeting," p. 51
— Geroge M. Zoebelein, "Early Years of The Bronx County Historical Society (1955–1960)," p. 52
—…

ms-stevenson-b1-f3-bronx-county-archives.pdf
Folder containing newsletters, fliers, and other paper memorabilia from the Committee Against Fort Apache, a Bronx-based organization that sought first to prevent the filming of Fort Apache, The Bronx (1981) and then to boycott the film after it was…

warner-thomas-oral-history-interview-final-baahp-2020-9-15.mp3
An oral history of the years that Thomas O. Warner spent at the Coops, or United Workers Cooperative Colony, located at 2700 Bronx Park East. Thomas O. Warner is the son of the famous Black nationalist and liberationist, Audley Moore, better known as…

rosenblum-paul-pete-baahp-transcript-2020-9-22.pdf
An oral history of the years that Paul "Pete" Rosenblum spent at the Coops, or United Workers Cooperative Colony, located at 2700 Bronx Park East.

1-adler-henry-transcript-12-5-1995.pdf
An interview with famous jazz drummer and teacher, Henry Adler, conducted by David M. Carp on December 5, 1995.

2-albam-manny-transcript-8-3-1993.pdf
Interview with Manny Albam, jazz saxophonist, composer, arranger, and educator, conducted by David M. Carp on August 3, 1993.

3-almendra-johnny-transcript-10-13-1997.pdf
Interview with Latin music percussionist, teacher, and bandleader, Johnny Almendra, conducted by David M. Carp on October 13, 1997.

4-alvarez-bartolo-transcript-4-17-1994.pdf
Interview with Bartolo Alvarez, veteran Latin saxophonist, bandleader, store owner, and more, conducted by David M. Carp on April 17, 1994.

bchs-journal-vol-3-no-1-1966.pdf
Vol. 3, no. 1 of The Bronx County Historical Society Journal, published January 1966.

Contents:
— Scherer, Stuart M. "Edward J. Flynn: The Evolution of a Political Boss," p. 1
— Wuttge, Frank, Jr., "Clason Point Kane," p. 26
— Tabor, George, "A…

bchs-journal-vol-3-no-2-1966.pdf
Vol. 3, no. 2 of The Bronx County Historical Society Journal, published July 1966.

Contents:
— George M. Zoebelein, "Boundaries of The Bronx and Its Communities," p. 51
— Bert Sack, "Life in The Bronx: 1900," p. 76
— May A. Doherty, "The Ferris…

bchs-journal-vol-4-no-1-1967.pdf
Vol. 4, no. 1 of The Bronx County Historical Society Journal, published January 1967.

Contents:
— Don Haider, "Buckley and the Amateur Democrats," p. 1
— Roger Arcara, "The Pelham Park Monorail," p. 24
— Milton Norwalk, "The Russian Village,"…

bchs-journal-vol-4-no-2-1967.pdf
Vol. 4, no. 2 of The Bronx County Historical Society Journal, published July 1967.

Contents:
— Don Haider, "Buckley and the Amateur Democrats," p. 51
— David Levy, "In Answer to Don Haider," p. 70
— Nicholas Falco, "Cycling in The Bronx:…

bchs-journal-vol-5-no-1-1968.pdf
Vol. 5, no. 1 of The Bronx County Historical Society Journal, published January 1968.

Contents:
— May A. Doherty, "The Schools of Westchester," p. 1
— Arthur Berliner, "The Pattern of Street Names of The Bronx," p. 8
— Llyod Ultan, "Gouverneur…

bchs-journal-vol-5-no-2-1968.pdf
Vol. 5, no. 2 of The Bronx County Historical Society Journal, published July 1968.

Contents:
— George Tabor, "Leo Isacson and the Election of 1948," p. 51
— Edward Wolf, "Adam Hoffman: Master Brewer," p. 65
— Frank Wuttge, Jr., "Incubator of…

listener-vol-1-no-4-1938-10-29.pdf
Vol. 1, no. 4 of The Listener: Thought and Opinion, published at 797 East 166th Street, October 29, 1938

listener-vol-2-no-38-1939-10-7.pdf
Vol. 2, no. 38 of The Listener-News, published at 797 East 166th Street, October 7, 1939

listener-vol-2-no-48-1939-12-23.pdf
Vol. 2, no. 48 of The Listener-News, published at 797 East 166th Street, December 23, 1939
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