Thelma Warren (10/26/1924) discusses her life in rural Alabama during times, thick and thin, from the Depression years through World War II.

Thelma Warren — mother of three, grandmother of five, great-grandmother and great-great-grandmother — discusses her childhood in rural Cleburne County, Alabama and move to Gadsden, Alabama. Topics include how to avoid sting worms while picking cotton, how to drive mules...

Life on the Farm

Life on the farm was easy compared to raising a family!

Life in Belarus

As a child my mother lived in Belarus. Growing up she had many responsibilities, such as tending to the farm and taking care of the cows. Growing up in a very close cummunity made a great impact on the type...

Linda Baxter art, music, family and life growing up in Rhode island

An interview with a true Saggitarian, Linda who was born and raised in Rhode Island in a multitalented musical family. With an antique dealer mother and a father who could fix anything and play most any instrument it is no...

"The Air Force was like any other job."

Bernie Tackett is an Air Force Nurse veteran in 1968, she decided to go into the Air Force because her parents could not afford for college. She grew up on a dairy farm in Malmo, Minnesota. Also, she volunteered to...

Grandpa and Grandma Liekhus

I talked with my Mom about my grandparents that passed away before I was born because I wanted to know more about them.