Bob Bozic

Interviewed By Jason Solarek

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christmas (00:16)
Serbian (00:20)
bartender from fanelli (00:45)
Likes to help build others ego's (00:58)
He's been working there for 25-26 years (01:20)
Mercer/Prince (01:37)
1840's (01:40)
speakeasy (01:41)
the owner sold the restaurant to his son (01:44)
1984 (02:26)
1993 (02:34)
Hans/Sasha (02:42)
the original owner was Mike Fanelli was a boxer (03:16)
To renovate something they need consent from the government (03:30)
escape hidden doors (03:31)
There were once rooms that the original owners used to have (03:40)
The original owners got raided (03:45)
Soho was used to be a place to observe art (04:07)
There was once galleries (04:23)
drinking (05:00)
fanelli's stayed (05:12)
landmarked (05:22)
bartender (05:55)
boxing gym (06:12)
3 days (06:19)
1 year later (06:32)
hired (06:48)
1991 (09:22)
married (09:30)
Park Slope (09:36)
Dean and DeLuca (09:57)
original (09:59)
worker's bar (10:08)
the Bob Plan (10:20)
Belgrade (47:56)


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Interview Data

Date of Interview
January 8, 2016
Location of Interview
Mulberry Street Library
Place of birth
Birth Year
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About This Collection

SoHo Stories: A Neighborhood Oral History Project

This oral history project is a partnership between The New York Public Library and The SoHo Memory Project. This project will collect oral histories of people who have lived or worked in SoHo and train community members to conduct these interviews.  Longtime residents and those who have worked in SoHo are invited to share their neighborhood stories, documenting the past and present history of these communities.  Interviews will be available in a preservation archive at The Milstein Division for U.S. History, Local History, and Genealogy, as well as on the New York Public Library website.