Abstract

Donna Ciborowski was born to a Polish immigrant family. The family took up residence in the Warszawa neighborhood in South Broadway, where Ciborowski subsequently spent her childhood. She discusses the importance of the church in the community, specifically St. Stanislaus. She also discusses numerous Polish traditions that the community continues to observe. Ciborowski notes the change in the neighborhood as Poles started to move to the suburbs. Finally she discusses the origin of the term "Slavic Village."

Creator

Ciborowski, Donna (interviewee)

Creator

Paul, Mackenzie (interviewer)

Project

Project Team

Date

10-6-2015

Document Type

Oral History

Duration

35 minutes

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Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License
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