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- Spouse 15
- memories of growing up 14
- personal experiences 13
- anecdotes (humorous but true stories) 9
- memories of former times 9
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- Wisconsin 6
- California 3
- Brookfield 2
- Aging and Disability Resource Center 1
- Aguascalientes 1
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Nathan Shapiro (93) is interviewed by his daughter Roberta Shapiro (57) and granddaughter Anya Glandon (19) about his childhood, his time in the army, and his life now.
Conversation partners Manuela Velasquez (24) interviews Ulysses Labilles (61) about his immigration journey to the United States, his father’s impact on his life, dear of his family members, and the importance of his children in his life.
Esther Ressler, age 90, is interviewed by her two daughters, Patty Ressler, age 67, and Adrienne Ressler, age 61. Esther recalls her childhood in Michigan, her marriage, and her experiences raising two daughters.
Sister Rosina Baumgartner, O.S.B. (87) tells her sister in community, Sister Molly Brockwell, O.S.B. (46), of her decision to join the sisters of Mount St. Scholastica and describes the changes she saw in the community with the coming of Vatican...
George M. Gingerelli, 66, talks with his father George J. Gingerelli, 92, about his love of art and his family.
Fred Weiss (61) speaks with his mother Anna Weiss (94) about her life in Germany and the US.
Karen Luedke (66) interviews her husband, Kurt Luedke (68), along with their daughter, Jenny Officer (32), about Kurt's time as a camp counselor and high school teacher.
Sarah Martin McConnell asks her mother, who has memory loss, about her life.
Edie is a 95-year-old woman who emigrated from Wales in about 1925. She arrived first in Montreal and spent the first few months in Canada and eventually made it to the United States. Her father was killed in WWI when...
Stephen "Steve" Schultz (74) and Harlan Mueller (78) have a conversation about their wives' diagnoses of memory loss, their shared need for social connection and support, and the creation of the Purple Canoe Club.
Robert Hock (80) and Joan Hock (74) talk to their son, John Hock (47) about the circumstances of the traumatic brain injury that he endured at 10 years old and the dementia that he has developed in adulthood that impacts...
College life, meeting and marrying spouse, life during WWII, Iwo Jima, death of spouse.
Nancy Scheidegger (85) and her son Nick Scheidegger (46) have a conversation about Art Scheidegger, her husband and Nick's father, who suffers from memory loss. They discuss their favorite memories of him and how his condition has changed their realtionship...
Cecelia Horvath, 94, by her daughter-in-law, Debbie Horvath, 55, about marrying a Vaudeville man and her life during the Great Depression and WWII.
Ishmael Jihan (60), by his social worker and friend Abby Lamb (29) about his life growing up in Chicago and his involvement in the Black Panthers as well as his political views now.
Sue Collins sits with pictures of her family as her mind wanders and refocuses on things around her.
Friends Laura Barr (65) and Mindy Fried (70) talk about Laura’s experiences caring for her wife Jean, who has Alzheimer's Disease. They talk about what it's like to be a caregiver for a loved one, their experiences with assisted living...
Heather Sher (40) interviews her grandmother, Rheba Sher (89) about growing up above the family bar in Baltimore, adopting two sons, and retiring at 85. Heather and Rheba now live together.
Etelvina Hernandez (81) is interviewed by her daughters, Monica García (47) and Maribel Barrera (45) about her childhood in México, her life in the U.S. and her job with Mary Kay Cosmetics.
Kevin Truong (37) speaks with his friend Mariano Ruiz (33) about their shared identity as gay men, their respective coming out stories, and their work in art and activism.
Henrietta Lavin (84) talks with her granddaughter, Heidi Miller (40), childhood, her family and children.
Ryan Smith (49) talks to his daughter, Jules Smith (30), about Ryan's illness and Jules's transition.
Spouses and partners Lorelle Nelson (79) and Lance Davis (77) talk about their long lives together, Lance's early Alzheimer's diagnosis coupled with his terminal kidney disease, Lance's thoughts on death and the afterlife, and how he finds joy every day.