Oral History With Masha Turchinsky (Continued)

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Title

Oral History With Masha Turchinsky (Continued)

Description

Masha describes moving back to Yonkers after living in NYC. She talks about the pride that she has for the Yonkers and its remarkable diversity.

Creator

Yonkers Public Library

Source

Masha Turchinsky

Hudson River Museum

Publisher

Yonkers Public Library

Date

3/10/2017

Contributor

Masha Turchinsky

Hudson River Museum

Format

MP3

Identifier

2018.015.027

Oral History Item Type Metadata

Interviewer

Raven Hicks

Interviewee

Masha Turchinsky

Location

Yonkers Riverfront Library

Duration

21:40

Time Summary

3:04-Learning Spanish in Yonkers Public Schools and speaking it in Madrid.
6:40-Moving back to Yonkers after living in Brooklyn.
7:31-Meeting new people who moved to Yonkers.
9;01-Joining organizations in Yonkers, including the Hudson River Museum.
9:25-Going to the Hudson River Museum as a child.
10:21-The Yonkers Public Library branch at the Hudson River Museum.
11:30-The Hudson River Museum as a multi-disciplinary museum.
12:00-The museum building being built during the Glided Age.
12:16-The planetarium at the museum.
13:30-The importance of the Hudson River to Yonkers.
14:33-Yonkers as being part of Masha's family history.
16:10-Yonkers history.
17:40-Diversity of Yonkers Public Schools.
19:16-Pride people have of living in Yonkers.
20:26-Working at the Hudson River Museum.
21:00-The Hudson River Museum as a gem.

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Citation

Yonkers Public Library, “Oral History With Masha Turchinsky (Continued),” Yonkers Public Library Archive, accessed May 20, 2019, http://archive.ypl.org/items/show/523.