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Boston / North End #518458

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 11, 1981
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(Studio) Historical importance of Boston's North End noted.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Boston, Massachusetts) Italian influence in North End and resulting cultural and ethnic aspects examined. [Josephine ZIZZI - praises area.] Residents' concern over fate of their neighborhood noted. [RESIDENT - comments on condominiums.] Influx of luxury hsing. discussed; Rose DiCicco's case cited as example [DiCICCO - comments.] Sale of church school to developer noted. [RESIDENTS - comment on condo prices.] Protest mtgs. of elderly cited. [WOMAN - speaks in Italian.] [Dvt. official Robert COARD - comments.] Apparent futility of neighbors' efforts noted.
REPORTER: Lee McCarthy

McCarthy, Lee;
Mudd, Roger

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