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Hayots Badeevuh: Reminiscences of Armenian Life in New York City

Yale Medicine Magazine, 2004 - Summer


by Levon Z. Boyajian, M.D. ’56, HS ’60 (Taderon Press) This narrative revolves around the Boyajian family and their circle of friends in Washington Heights, N.Y., in the aftermath of the Armenian genocide of 1915. Boyajian gives us a view of his life as a child and adolescent, recounting personal dramas and tragedies and anecdotes about his community through two world wars and the Depression.
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