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Andrew Hagopian Oral History Interview

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Citation

Hagopian, Andrew, “Andrew Hagopian Oral History Interview,” Madison Historical, accessed January 25, 2022, https://madison-historical.siue.edu/archive/items/show/855.

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Description

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

Andrew Hagopian was born in 1923 to immigrant parents from Armenia. In this interview, he talks about his family history, his experience on the 1940 Granite City basketball state champion team, the diversity of the Lincon Place community, and his activism in lobbying the United States government to recognize the Armenian Genocide.

Subjects

  • Lincoln Place
  • Granite City

Creator

Hagopian, Andrew

Date

November 21, 2001

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Language

English

Type

  • Oral History

Format

  • mp3
  • pdf

Duration

  • 00:27:14

Interviewer

Olliges, Rance

Interviewee

Hagopian, Andrew

Location

Lincoln Place, Granite City, Illinois

Bit Rate

248 kbit/s

Coverage

  • Lincoln Place
  • Granite City, Illinois

Identifier

  • Hagopian_Andrew-0-001
  • Original archive accession number: A02:43
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