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You know, really. That's part of what we did here.

Q:

Incidentally, what was the location, street location, of that $30 a month facility?

Clark:

I would have to check back for the number, but it was on 150th St., between Seventh and Eighth Avenues, in the Dunbar Apartments.

Q:

Did you have any locations other than that before you moved here to Schomberg Plaza?

Clark:

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.

Q:

Now, let's see -- did we get the date that you established the Center in the first place?

Clark:

March, 1946.

Q:

How much more of a facility was that, both in terms of the space you had and the services?

Clark:

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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