A Queens Walking Tour, 1930
03/12/2021 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM ET
As the Roaring 20s gave way to the Great Depression, there was hardly a pause in the borough of Queens, as it transitioned from rural retreat to a land of paved city streets. It was a time when decaying Victorians, tidy truck farms, tract housing, planned communities, and ribbons of 20th century parkways mixed together in a wonderful melange. Bob Singleton of the Greater Astoria Historical Society will draw upon the society’s archives and their best-selling book "Images of America: Forgotten Queens," to examine a dynamic chapter of this borough.Event Registration is closed.
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