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Hayley Norton (36) interviews her grandmother, Gramme Alice (87), about her childhood in rural Missouri and her experience raising her three children.
In this interview I talk with my grandfather about how his life was when he was a boy.
This interview was done to look back on the past and get a perspective of how different the lives of some of our relatives were.
Theresa Lothspeich, 76, talks with brother Sylvan Loegering, 71, about their memories of growing up on a farm with 12 other siblings.
Diane Begala (60) interviews her mother, Jean Friday (84), about her early childhood growing up on a farm, the adventures of being a military wife, and finally, what it was like to be whisked away from Texas by her children...
A recording of my Grandpa speaking of his experiences with historic events.
Robin Rader (70) and her husband, Haven Miller (68), interview Robin's mother, Jane Hyde Rader (94), about what it was like growing up on a farm in Southwest Missouri in the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s.
An One Small Step reunion Conversation between Kesha Ram Hiinsdale (37) and Alexander MacGillivray (35).
Connie Smith (65) interviews her friend and neighbor Darla Close (83) about her childhood, her love of cats and reading, her marriages, and her travels.
Mimi talks about her childhood and my mother, among other things
Sisters Paula Bendel and Rhonda Pupella remember their grandparents, Clyde and Mabel Nancarrow (paternal) and Herbert and Sarah Phelps (maternal), and share stories of their time on the family farms.
A Nana tells her grandson what it was like growing up in the country and city during the Second World War, being Black in segregated America, and other challenges she faced later in life.
Betty grew up in Livermore, CA when it was rural farm land, went to school in a one room country school, and has seen huge advances in technology during her lifetime. She now lives in San Francisco and shares about...
Karen De Shazer (53) interviews George Kraft (62) about his work at the Davis Dam, moving to Bullhead City, AZ to work in the dam, and his memories of the area.
An 81 year old mother reflects on a life of rich memories and hardships. She is the last relative to leave West KY since the Jackson Purchase.
One Small Step Partners Chris Helton (51) and Tom Rinkoski (71) have a conversation that analyzes electric as a power source and urban vs. city life.