Lydia Smith-Osborne and Alexa Smith-Osborne

Alexa Smith-Osborne (68) talks with her youngest daughter, Lydia Smith-Osborne (28) about her experiences as part of the first coed class at UVA, her early career as a social worker, and her perspectives on feminism.

Single love

We talked about Dan Eno’s life as a single parent and as a young teen in the country. He also spoke about his college life and how he coped with having a full time job and two small children. Christina...

Interview With my Dad on the Paradox of Progress

My dad and I have a discussion on the progress of the world that quickly details into a discussion on the progress of design and cars.

Grandmother Ngyuyen’s Life in the Philippines & the Impact of the Vietnam War

My grandmother and I talked about her life in Vietnam before the Vietnam War. Then we talked about how it impacted her life and how she came to live in the Philippines.

Close to war: the Vietnam draft

In the early 70s, Mark Hoffeld, was shocked when he received a draft letter to go to war. I, Jacob Silverstein (14), interviewed my grandpa Mark Hoffeld (71), on January 7, 2020. I interviewed him over the phone while I...

Every Soldier Has A Story

This is the story of one of the 2.2 million men drafted for the Vietnam War. On December 3, 1969, Jim Culp was drafted to serve in Vietnam. Culp was a regular kid, the middle child with three other siblings,...

Talking to G.G.

Gwendolyn reflects on her past. Her past was a very good one, and she LOVED ths 70’s.

A father who teach a great lesson

When Helen (my mom) was young, she horned in a poor village, there are 7 members in her family, so it is hard For them to support their life. Her father was a farmer, one time he used a winter...

A child in New York in the 70s

I interview my father, Lachlan Murdoch, about his childhood living in New York and Aspen. In the interview I find out more about newspaper making in that time(1:10-2:10) and about my dad's experience going through high school in Aspen. Throughout...

My Father’s Generation: The Vietnam War, College Debt, and Climate Change

My dad and I talked about the differences in our generations and what may have stemmed those differences. From the Anti-War Movement to the College Debt Crisis to Climate Change, everything has a connection to the past and these inflection...

Intervening my dad

I asked my dad questions and he answered me as honestly as he could

Maggie Komp and her grandfather Kenny Mahoney talk about growing up in the South side of Louisville in the 1960s

In this interview, conducted November 28, 2019 in Louisville, Kentucky, Maggie Komp (18), interviews her grandfather, Kenneth Mahoney (65), about his childhood in South Lousiville. Kenneth talks about his family life and social aspects of the 50s, 60s, and 70s,...

Miles Oshan and his father Scott Oshan talk about his childhood.

In this interview, Miles Oshan (17), asks Scott Oshan (55) about his upbringing in New York City, his childhood struggles, joys, and how each of these elements have influenced him throughout his life.

World history project

This is my dad and he answers questions that i tell him to answer

the great thanksgiving listen project.

in this recording i proceeded to interview my mother leidy diaz about he life growing up and the struggles she went through when coming to america. i asked her things such as how she met my father and what it...

great thanksgiving listen 2019- jade petersen

My grandmother lived in Vietnam until 1975. She grew up in Heu, where she lived in a convent from ages 12-17.