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1926 - Grandfather (Harry Schoen), Grandmother (Ida), Fran, Edie, and Vic At The Beach683 viewsHarry and Ida were married Jan. 2, 1915 in Brooklyn. In 1924, the family lived at 336 New Jersey Avenue in Brooklyn. My grandfather Harry (Nov.5, 1892 - Feb.20, 1969) is holding Frances (Sep. 22, 1921 - Jan.20, 2009), and grandmother Ida Strolowitz (1894 - Feb.17, 1946) is holding Edie (Dec.27, 1925 - Feb.7, 1995). My father Vic (March 26, 1916 - Jan.5, 2000) is on the right. Another child, Irving (Feb. 1918 - May 30, 1924), died of Diphtheria. In the mid 1920s, the family moved to Far Rockaway.
In 1930, the family resided at 182 Beach 86th Street in Rockaway; they paid $55 a month rent.

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1951 - Ray Anthony album cover463 viewsRay Anthony is an American bandleader, trumpeter, songwriter and actor.
Born: January 20, 1922 (age 91), Bentleyville, Pa.
Spouse: Mamie Van Doren (m. 1955–1960)
1959 - Suite For Two Bands466 viewsAt 109 Station Road, Great Neck, New York
1961 - Brass Laced Wiith Strings 436 views
1965 - Corcovado Trumpets427 views
2000 - The Best Of The Andrews Sisters - The Milennium Collection321 viewssongs include:
"Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy
"Rum & Coca Cola"
Bei Mir Bist du Schon"
Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive"
I' m an Old Cowhand370 viewsBing Crosby & Vic Schoen Orchestra
1961 - Brass Laced with Strings (front)312 viewsVic Schoen and his orchestra
Music for a Rainy Night348 viewsVic Schoen and his orchestra
The Best of Patti Page329 viewsOn this album is 'Old Cape Cod', 'Let Me Go Lover', 'I Went To Your Wedding', and 'How Much Is That Doggie In The Window?'
1946 - Andrews Sisters album cover452 viewsBeat Me Daddy
Well All Right
Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen
Pennsylvania Polka
Beer Barrel Polka
Joseph Joseph
Apple Blossom Time
Hold Tight
Andrews Sisters "Songs that Got Us Through WW2"422 viewsSongs Of WW2
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