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Oral history interview with Stanley Vishnewski

Author: Stanley Vishnewski; Marc H Ellis
Publisher: 1978.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In this interview, Catholic Worker Stanley Vishnewski recounts his experiences with Peter Maurin at the very beginning of the Catholic Worker, including stories of Maurin debating communists on the Bowery in New York, Maurin's religious beliefs and habits, and his activities at Maryfarm in Easton, Penn. Vishnewski also speaks about Maurin's founding of a house in Harlem, and a Jewish center on the lower east side of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Oral histories
History
Interviews
Named Person: Stanley Vishnewski; Peter Maurin; Peter Maurin; Stanley Vishnewski
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Stanley Vishnewski; Marc H Ellis
OCLC Number: 646190926
Event notes: Recorded in May, 1978, in New York.
Description: 1 sound cassette (42 min.) : analog + transcript (23 leaves)

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In this interview, Catholic Worker Stanley Vishnewski recounts his experiences with Peter Maurin at the very beginning of the Catholic Worker, including stories of Maurin debating communists on the Bowery in New York, Maurin's religious beliefs and habits, and his activities at Maryfarm in Easton, Penn. Vishnewski also speaks about Maurin's founding of a house in Harlem, and a Jewish center on the lower east side of Manhattan, as well as Maurin's aims for each. Interviewed by Marc H. Ellis.

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