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Mary Bogosian Carson Oral History Interview

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Citation

Carson, Mary Bogosian, “Mary Bogosian Carson Oral History Interview,” Madison Historical, accessed November 27, 2021, https://madison-historical.siue.edu/archive/items/show/839.

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Description

This oral history interview with Mary Bogosian Carson was part of oral histories conducted in the fall 2001 semester of History 447: Oral History.

Mary Carson was raised in Lincoln Place where she spent most of her life. In this interview, she talks about her childhood, the diversity of Lincoln Place, the “Clubhouse” where kids would spend their time, and the 1940s basketball championship team.

Subjects

  • Lincoln Place
  • Granite City
  • immigration

Creator

Carson, Mary Bogosian

Date

November 10, 2001

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Language

English

Type

  • Oral History

Format

  • mp3
  • pdf

Duration

  • 00:26:28

Interviewer

Payton, Kendra

Interviewee

Carson, Mary, Bogosian

Location

Lincoln Place, Granite City, Illinois

Bit Rate

249 kbit/s

Coverage

  • Lincoln Place
  • Granite City, Illinois

Identifier

  • Carson_Mary_Bogosian-O-001
  • Original archive accession number: A02:43
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