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Sandor Toth Oral History Interview

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Citation

Toth, Sandor , “Sandor Toth Oral History Interview,” Madison Historical, accessed December 4, 2021, https://madison-historical.siue.edu/archive/items/show/877.

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Description

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

Sandor (Alexander) Toth is the son of Hungarian immigrants and has been a lifelong resident of the Lincoln Place neighborhood. In this interview, he talks about his childhood at Lincoln Place, the diversity of the community, and his career at the Commonwealth Steel Mill.

Subjects

  • Lincoln Place
  • Granite City

Creator

Toth, Sandor

Date

October 27, 2001

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Language

English

Type

  • Oral History

Format

  • mp3
  • pdf

Duration

  • 00:55:22

Interviewer

Bilodeau, Leslie

Interviewee

Toth, Sandor

Location

Lincoln Place, Granite City, Illinois

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Coverage

  • Lincoln Place
  • Granite City, Illinois

Identifier

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