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  • Description: toy
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    • Three children with doll and Teddy Bear

    • Clothing & dress; Portraits; Glass negatives; Children; Boys; Girls; Shoes; Buttons (Fasteners); Hosiery; Dresses; Dolls; Teddy bears; Toys; Stuffed animals (Toys); Suits (Clothing);
    • Three children, two boys and one girl, pose with dolls. Despite his age, it is easy to recognize the youngest child here as a boy, with high button shoes and leggings. His short pants are buttoned to his shirt which closes from right to left, and...
    • Ken Fitzgerald

    • Weather vanes; Decoys (Hunting); Books; Couches; Coffee tables;
    • This black and white photograph is of a man seated on a couch. The man is wearing glasses and a collared shirt. He is holding a weathervane. There is a coffee table in front of him. There are several objects on the coffee table including a duck...
    • Ken Fitzgerald

    • Weather vanes; Decoys (Hunting); Books; Couches; Coffee tables;
    • This black and white photograph is of a man seated on a couch. The man is wearing glasses and a collared shirt. He is holding a weathervane. There is a coffee table in front of him. There are several objects on the coffee table including a duck...
    • Unit 02-Family Living and Ideals

    • Immigrants; Language; English language; Emigration & immigration; Cultural relations; Families; Ethnic neighborhoods; Ethnic groups;
    • Families were very close knit in the New Rochelle Communities. Many had a language barrier to English and children had to interpret for their parents. Some examples of food that her family ate were: macaroni, vrice beans, lentils, vegetables...
    • Unit 03-Immigrant Customs During Childhood

    • Immigrants; Ethnic groups; Emigration & immigration; Cultural Relations; Religious education; Families; Language; Work ethic; Real estate business; Depressions; Automobile repair; Victims of crimes;
    • He references the depression of 1929 as being very hard hitting since there wasn't really much existing industry in New Rochelle. His parents spoke Yiddish when they first came to the United States, and frequently spoke it in the house. He talks...
    • Children and toys

    • Children; Stereographs; Toys; Checkers;
    • A girl and a boy sit in small chairs with a checkerboard between them. At their feet is a toy horse on wheels. A white dog sits on a chair at the left.

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