Oral history tapes and transcriptions, 1971-1973.

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St. John's University (New York, N.Y.). Oral history tapes and transcriptions, 1971-1973.

Oral history tapes and transcriptions, 1971-1973.

Taped interviews with accompanying transcripts of many New York City and Westchester County politicians and civic leaders. Those interviewed include Frank Adamo, Joseph Addabbo, Abraham Beame, Frank Ipollito, Allard Lowenstein and James O'Donnell. Topics include housing, civil rights, growth of the Conservative Party, Democratic Party activities, and political career of Stanley Steingut, a Democratic leader of Brooklyn.

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