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Mary “Wisher” Barthelman and her daughter Meg Reuthe talk about their mother-daughter relationship.
Joan Ruskin, 85, talks to her daughter Susan Steinhauer, , about life after her heart attack and what she now considers important in life.
Larry tells Martha about his family and the impact his father and uncle had on his life.
Francis Wong (72) talks to his wife Mary Ann Wong (62) about his life, his accomplishments and the things he is most proudest of.
Edith E. Johson, 80, is interviewed by her granddaughter, Jaimie Johnson, 26.
William D. Evers (83) by Peter Emblad (43) on W.’s family history. W. talks about his parents and grandparents’ immigration to the U.S. from Germany, and their rise in prominence in San Francisco
Henry Ortega, 87, interviewed by his friend and fellow Mariachi group member, Sheli Cryderman, 38. Henry talks about developing an early love of music growing up in Oakland, his many memories as director of Mariachi Ortega, and sings some favorite...
Colleagues Thomas S. Tisdale (83) and Anne Mitchell (60) talk about South Carolina's history and their personal projects of tracing family genealogy.
Margot Moinester, 22, and Arielle Moinester, 30, ask their mother, Susan Moinester, 56, about her parents who survived the Holocaust.
Siegfried Buss (78) talks with daughter Frieda Nossaman (?) about being a German missionary living in Japan.
Maria Meza-Ayala (89) habla con su hija Maribel Meza (25) de su vida en Mexico. [Maria Meza-Ayala (89) talks with her daughter Maribel Meza (25) about her life in Mexico.]
Joselyn Geaga-Rosenthal, 62, tells her son Jason Yam about her arrival to the United States, including the trip by ship, and about her political awakening in the United States.
Emiliano Echeverria, 60, interviewed by his son Marcelino Echeverria, 22. Emiliano talks about growing up in San Francisco, his involvement in the Chicano and Free Speech Radio Movements of the 1960’s, and his many years of union memberships.
Joe Homoki talks about his family, how they came to New Brunswick, NJ from Hungary after WWII, and about life in New Brunswick.
Lisa (37) and Amy (51) interview their mother Alma (79) about her childhood in Youngstown, OH, meeting and falling in love with her husband, and their extended family.
Orlino M. Mareny, 81, by his daughter, Angela Prater, 50, about his work on the plantation in Hawaii.
Charles tells his daughter, Melissa, and grandson, Kyle, about growing up in Virginia, the many cars he owned, and his experience in the Air Corps
Betty Jane Moczygemba, Mary Inselmann, and Mary Jane Verette remember Genevieve Isaacs, Betty and Mary’s mother and Mary Jane’s grandmother.
Arthur Chika (68) and his friend Michelle Keenan (41) talk about his parents from Albania.
Glen Waggoner (61) talks with his friend Daniel Okrent (61) about the death of his father, their love of baseball, and growing up in a small town.
Betty Grebenschikoff, 79, is interviewed by her daughter Jennifer Grebenschikoff, 58.
Nick interviews his father about growing up in Brooklyn and his life experiences.