Virginia Delgado Taverna and Charles Taverna
DescriptionVirginia talks to her son Charles about her experience in the work force
Subject Log / Time Code
- Virginia Delgado Taverna
- Charles Taverna
Recording LocationGrand Central Terminal
- birth of first child
- craft, skills, and procedures
- Internet bullying
- National Teacher’s Education Association
- Rutgers University
- Spanish teaching
- Teachers Union
- The Bronx
- Theodore Roosevelt High School
- Women in the workplace
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00:06 My name is Charles Taverna. I'm 23 years old and its April 14th, 2008 and Marine Grand Central terminal in Manhattan, New York, and I'm going to be interviewing my mother.
00:21 My name is Virginia to Verona, Virginia Delgado Taverna. I'm 55 years old today is April 19th 2008 on in Grand Central Station being interviewed by my son Charles.
00:37 All right to start off. I just like you to tell me a little bit about what type of work you've done in your lifetime.
00:52 In my lifetime the very first job I had was as a cashier in a five and ten cent store and I love that job because I love pushing the buttons on the cash register.
01:08 I was 16. I was 14 years old. That's when you were old enough to get to get working papers. And so that was in 1960.
01:22 Let's save 66 1966 is when I had my first job and I probably made it.