organizations: Civilian conservation corps

September 26, 2017
80 year old son of an Alabama coal-miner talks about his life growing up during the Great Depression and his experiences in World War II

1993 interview of Dolphus Lawrence Putman, the son of an Alabama coal miner who was killed in a mining accident in 1927, relating to his growing up as one of 8 children being raised by a single mother during the...

November 24, 2016
Talking to Carol Bell about growing up in the 1940’s.

During this interview, me and my nana talked about her childhood in Alabama. We also talked about her parents growing up through the Great Depression and how it affected them.

March 19, 2016
Interview with Milton E. Williams, the First African American to intergrate the Oakland Fire Department in the 1950’s.

Eugene Milton Williams, also known as "Milton," discusses his life and experience as a member of the Oakland Fire Department. Milton was the first African-American firefighter to integrate Oakland fire houses between 1954 and 1955. This interview was conducted by...

November 26, 2015
Mother and son

We talked about family and values.