Annmarie Antenucci

Interviewed By Diane Campione

Annmarie Antenucci talks about her uncle who contracted scarlet fever as a child and lost his hearing. (Submitted by: Anonymous)

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Vincent Denada (00:29)
Deaf (00:40)
1930s (00:51)
Scarlet Fever (00:52)
Staten Island (01:32)
Contagion & Quarantine (01:36)
Sign Language (03:21)
Isolation (03:47)
St. Joseph's School for the Deaf (04:35)
Sam Gino (05:42)
Staten Island Deaf Club (05:49)
Bullying (06:12)
Caregiving (07:21)
SS White Technologies (08:02)
Childbirth (08:49)


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Interview Data

Date of Interview
April 2, 2015
Location of Interview
Lifestyles for the Disabled on Staten Island
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Visible Lives: Oral Histories of the Disability Experience

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