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Vartan Kassabian Oral History Interview

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Citation

Kassabian, Vartan , “Vartan Kassabian Oral History Interview,” Madison Historical, accessed November 29, 2021, https://madison-historical.siue.edu/archive/items/show/856.

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Description

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

In this interview, Father Kassabian talks about his calling to Christ, the role of the Church, the resilience of the Armenian people, the Armenian Genocide, and Armenian history.

Subjects

  • Lincoln Place
  • Granite City

Creator

Kassabian, Vartan

Date

October 29, 2001

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Language

English

Type

  • Oral History

Format

  • mp3
  • pdf

Duration

  • 01:00:09

Interviewer

Bruder, Eric R.

Interviewee

Kassabian, Vartan

Location

Lincoln Place, Granite City, Illinois

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Coverage

  • Lincoln Place
  • Granite City, Illinois

Identifier

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