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FagianiGil_TellYourStory_001.pdf
Typed account of Gil Fagiani's life growing up in the Springdale neighborhood of Stamford, Connecticut. He gives an account of what life was like in Stamford in the 1950s, including spending time with friends and encountering bullies at school.

Recording of interview with Mabel Jorgensen and Bruce Bird done on October 10, 2017 at the Ferguson Library in Stamford, Connecticut. They talk about their past together in Stamford and the World War II museum they are trying to open in Vermont.

SpirerHerbLouise_TellYourStory_2017-02-14.jpg
Herb and Louise Spirer at the Ferguson Library after their Tell Your Story Interview on February 14, 2017.

LowenthalMort_TellYourStory_005.pdf
The Stamford Human Rights Commission was a Municipal Agency created by a Stamford ordinance where the City of Stamford "may encourage and bring about mutual understanding and respect among all groups in the city, eliminate prejudice, intolerance,…

LowenthalMort_TellYourStory_004.pdf
Report from the Stamford Citizens Committee to Study De Facto Segregation in the Public Elementary Schools about the segregation status of the Stamford public schools in 1966. The committee studied the segregation situation as it existed in 1965 and…

LowenthalMort_TellYourStory_003.pdf
Poem written for Mort Lowenthal by one of his grandchildren for his 80th birthday.

LowenthalMort_TellYourStory_002.pdf
Booklet for the 2011 JHS Heritage Award presented to Mort and Eleanor Lowenthal from the Jewish Historical Society of Lower Fairfield County. The award was presented on June 12, 2011 at the Temple Beth El in Stamford, Connecticut. The booklet…

Recording of interview with Mort Lowenthal at the Ferguson Library in Stamford, Connecticut. He talks about his time serving on the Stamford Human Rights Commission and how it would listen to and adjudicate human rights complaints. Mr. Lowenthal…

LowenthalMort_TellYourStory_001.pdf
Brochure for the 2011 JHS Heritage Award presented to Mort and Eleanor Lowenthal from the Jewish Historical Society of Lower Fairfield County. The award was presented on June 12, 2011 at the Temple Beth El in Stamford, Connecticut.

Recording of interview with Diane Smith Strain at the Bell Apartments in Stamford, Connecticut. She talks about being born in Stamford and growing up as a Catholic in the city. She discusses the schools and churches she attended as well as some of…
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