Jesse Barnes and Yong Ho Lee

Interview describing what it was like to immigrate to the United States from South Korea in 1974, eventually becoming one of the first Asian police office in a three county area (centered around Brazos County) in Texas in 1988.

Grandma’s Hawaii: Cowboy Serials and $.10 Cent One Ton Minh

An interview with my grandma, Anne Lee Lewis. She grew up in Honolulu, Hawaii in the early 1900s. She was one of five sibling born to a Korean father who was a contract laborer on the early sugar plantations and...

A Lifetime of Love

At first glance, my grandfather Larry Gaston looks like a guy you don’t want to mess with. Grizzled grey hair, an ever-present 5 o’clock shadow, war-torn scars on every inch of skin. But underneath the hard exterior lies a man...

Richard Verver: A rich life interrupted by leukemia.

This is Richard’s story of being diagnosed and treated for leukemia, going through a blood and marrow transplant, and life afterwards. Richard was a longtime volunteer at the University of Washington Medical Center Health Information Resource Center and UWMC Inpatient...

From Brazil to the US is a part of Susan Belian Shdo Crane’s life story. My Aunt Susan is 89 years old.

My wife Ann and I went to visit Aunt Susan the day after Thanksgiving in 2017. Susan spoke about being an “immigrant family” in Brazil, and her subsequent move to the US.

14 year old Aidan interviews his grandpa, Pat Fleet, about how he became a doctor.

Dr. Pat Fleet has had a long and interesting career as a nephrologist at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. His grandson, Aidan, wants to know all about how he got started and what being a doctor has meant to him.