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You know, really. That's part of what we did here.
Incidentally, what was the location, street location, of that
$30 a month facility?
I would have to check back for the number, but it was on
150th St., between Seventh and Eighth Avenues, in the Dunbar Apartments.
Did you have any locations other than that before you moved
here to Schomberg Plaza?
Yes. We moved here to 31 West 110th St., in 1948. That's
just down the block. We moved here two years ago. It used to be the
old New Lincoln School.
Now, let's see -- did we get the date that you established the
Center in the first place?
How much more of a facility was that, both in terms of the space
you had and the services?
Oh, my goodness, it was about five times as much space.
Yes, because we started really in one room, which we had made little
partitions in, to make little cubby holes. It was a large room for
a nursery school. That's what it was. But it was just one room, with
these little partitioned cubby holes. And when we moved here, of
course, we had a whole floor in a big building. So that was an
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