Margaret Metwally Collection

Title

Margaret Metwally Collection

Subject

Metwally, Margaret
Stamford (Conn.)
Oral histories

Description

Collection of items provided by Margaret Metwally during her Tell Your Story interview.

Publisher

The Ferguson Library

Date

2017-05-30

Contributor

Skornia, Frank J., interviewer

Rights

The Items in this collection are protected by copyright and/or related rights. You are free to use this Item in any way that is permitted by the copyright and related rights legislation that applies to your use. For other uses you need to obtain permission from the rights-holder(s).

Language

English

Identifier

FL.tellyoustory.mw

Coverage

Stamford (Conn.)
Twentieth century

Items in the Margaret Metwally Collection Collection

Cover and excerpt from the Stamford Youth Soccer League 1998 Reference Manual
Information regarding the Italian-American Clubs COLUMBUS Soccer Tournament that was in the 1998 Stamford Youth Soccer League Reference Manual

Natalia Metwally running in the 2005 New York Marathon
Margaret Metwally's daughter, Natalia, running in the 2005 New York Marathon

Children performing in a pageant at Tower School
Children dressed in costumes on a stage during a pageant at the Tower School.

Stamford soccer-playing youths having a picnic dinner
Margaret Metwally's son with his soccer teammates eating a picnic dinner.

Margaret Metwally with friend and children at the Union Trust Open House in 1985
Margaret Metwally (back row on the right) dressed as Raggedy Ann with children in Halloween costumes and holding balloons at the Union Trust Open House in Stamford, Connecticut.

Margaret Metwally with children at Steps Dance School
Margaret Metwally holding hands with two children, likely her daughters, at Steps Dance School in Stamford, Connecticut i 1986.

Recording of interview with Margaret Metwally at the Ferguson Library in Stamford, Connecticut. She talks briefly about her life and work before coming to Stamford and then about raising her family in Stamford through the 1980s and 90s.

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