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- 1970s, Seventies 151
- 1960s, Sixties 28
- 1980s, Eighties 26
- Childhood memories 17
- Marriage 13 395 more
- Drop in center 6
- campbell hall 2
- YMCA 2
- Aerosmith 1
- and her becoming a better person from it 1 57 more
- English 2
Sue’s story of dreaming about California as a child in Michigan and making her dreams a reality as a young adult.
Conversation between mother and son, joined midway through by father, touching in her upbringing in Viet-Nam and Europe, how she met her husband, and the most pivotal moment in her life.
We talked about what it was like growing up in the 60s/70s and what it was like witnessing the moon landing, Vietnam war and watergate scandal
This is an interview with both my grandparents about the World History project and hitting the decades
The Red Terror was the Ethiopian version of Stalin’s purges – and Berihu was right in the middle of it.
Patricia Talks about how she found Provincetown through the tumult of the late 60s, how Provincetown represented a real community in the natural world, in contrast with the suburbanization, consumerism, and alienation that was rampant where she came from. She...
Stu discusses how he got to Provincetown, how the whole-health approach of the drop-in center affected his approach to health care and role as a mental health administrator at Harlem Hospital, and why the drop-in center was a special place.
This interview was conducted on May 20th 2019 in Lafayette, Colorado; Mikayla Moore interviews her father (Randall Moore) on how historical events and life experiences have effected his personal beliefs over time leading up to his current life situation and...
Makenna Turner interviews her grandmother, Barbara Furlong, about her life from her childhood in the 1950s/60s to her adulthood in the 1970s to 2000s. Barbara recounts her time growing up in Hollywood, California and the influences of the Cold War...
Mimi talked about how she came to Provincetown in 1973 and found her way to the drop-in center as a 16 year old runaway. Part 2 of a 2-part interview.
Mimi talks about how she came to Provincetown in 1973 as a 16 year old runaway and found her way to the drop-in center
Joel talks about why he came to Provincetown the meaning of his work at the drop in center to the rest of his life and what he thinks of the meaning of the times: Provincetown in the 1970s
What brought Sheila to Provincetown in 1970, what it was like to live in Provincetown then, and the ways Provincetown affected the rest of her life.
This interview is just getting to know more about my mother’s life. It is set to get a better understanding of why she is the person she is today.
I asked questions mostly about growing up and schooling. I was shocked to learn about how students seemed more motivated in school but also have different futures than imagined in their teen years.
My mother and I discuss her family’s story of immigrating from Serbia to the United States in 1970. She is the youngest of four siblings (pictured above).
talked about their life as an teenager & going to school . how was there time different from now
My dad and his cousin had the terrific idea to shine a light on people making out in their cars late at night in the 70’s and this incident is about the funniest instant karma story I’ve ever heard