The Great Talk!!

In this interview you will hear about what my Mother’s life was like as a child and what shaped her to be the women she is today. Also you will hear about how my birth affected her. This is for...

From Chicago to Coast Guard

We talked about Kurt’s childhood and early role models that influenced him to join the Coast Guard. (Don’t mind the last few seconds I thought the recording had stopped)

The great Thanksgiving listen

Me and my dad talked about some of his childhood memories and relation with his parents.

Thanksgiving interview

This interview was a very meaningful moment. This gave me the chance to get closer to him.

Getting to know you

Just getting to know my dad more whether I knew the story or not just delving into a different part of his life.

Interview with my cousin

We talked about her life and some of her up and downs.

100 years old: Martha Aichele

Jack Smolen, 12, interviewed his great-grandma, Martha Aichele, on Thanksgiving 2018.

Isamu Yanagidate interview with his father, Alan Yanagidate-Thanksgiving Break 2018

I asked questions about his life and he gave answers. We made a time capsule for my great grandchildren.

Getting to know mom

Laura’s decisions and opportunities with their affect on her life and her opinions on certain lifestyles based on time and music.

Sallie Bartley talks with Emily Glaze about her life growing up and how history has impacted her life.

In this interview conducted in November 2018 in Birmingham, Alabama, Emily Glaze (16) interviews her grandmother, Sallie Bartley. They talk about Sallie’s life growing up and different moments in history while she was living.

Annie ZurMuehlen

My grandma talked about her childhood, family stories, her grandpa, and how she became a Delta Gamma.

The big listen

Michelle Bear is a project manager at an architecture firm in Saint Louis. She also works out of offices in Chicago and Toronto and has spent much of her career traveling to places like Pakistan, Mexico, Italy, France, and many...

“Chase your dreams, education is the key to many other doors”

I interviewed my mom on her transition from a small town in Mexico to living in Chicago. We talked on her journey as an immigrant and her early years here in the states.