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A conversation about 90 years of life in Arizona, family, farming, fishing, being mayor, and leading Salt River Project.
Paul and Linda Engebretson talk about life in small-town Minnesota, college, Medical school and building a family.
Karen talks about the farming history of Evergreen Park. Karen lived on 10 acre farm at 9723 S. Kedzie.
Jacob Werkheiser (36) interviews his father, Jim Werkheiser (64) about his life, childhood memories, sibling relationships and growing up on a farm.
Laurel Sears (38) interviews her father, Kerry MacLane (64), about his childhood, his cross-country adventures, his life in Montana, and their family's organic farm. They also discuss Laurel's upbringing and look back on shared memories of one another.
Laura Cattani (38) talks with her grandfather Jack G. Thomson (97) about his long life as a farmworker in the Central Valley of California. Jack recounts joining the Navy, meeting his wife, and starting a rice co-op in a nearby...
We discussed how it was for a boy to grow up in the 1920s and his work life at a young age. He told about how he did not get much education and how he did not have much growing...
Aisha Fayne: 2021-11-27 17:54:14 Aisha Fayne (43) talks with grandmother Charlie Granberry (80 something) about the Fitzhugh family legacy, including Bird's Eye frozen foods and a letter to President Roosevelt.
A short interview about life growing up and a discussion about her being the only daughter of five, her marriage, children, and having a mother who came out as being gay.
Hannah Kemp-Severence (40) talks with her dad, Philip Kemp (73) about his life in farming, being a lifelong Lutheran, his love of music and singing, and what's important for his family to remember about him.
Shirley Brown (74) interviews her husband, Jerry Brown (82) about growing up on a farm to becoming a pastor.
Me and my mother talked about her life growing up and her marriage. We also talk about the decision for me going to school in Memphis.
Staci and her stepmom Joann honor her father, Douglas Iwamoto, who recently passed away
Jack Perry (51) shares a conversation with his father, Whit Perry (80), about a trip around the world that Whit took when he was younger and about how that trip changed him.
Ken Snyder is a seventh generation Saugertiesian farmer. The evolution of a farm over 250 years in Saugerties. The Snyders arrived in Saugerties around 1750 and have grown a succession of crops on the family farm. Woodstock 94 used part...
Carly Wilson (39) shares a conversation with her grandmother, Charolette Groce (86), about Charolette’s childhood, her family, her children and grandchildren, and some of her favorite memories. Note: In this interview, Charolette misspoke and gave the incorrect date of her...
Reviewing family life during the 1940’s in the Missouri Ozark’s, in Ozark County. Traveling from no electricity, running water, & horseback to a Master’s Degree in Elementary Education.
Doris Bice (99) speaks with her daughter Marguerite Wagner (58) about being born and raised in a farming family and living in her Fort Collins home for almost a century.