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In this interview, John Blazy (my grandpa), and I talk about his past, present and future outlook on his life, through the positive and negative. Throughout his life he witnessed his father die, and his own sister. He looked up...
The third times a charm so me and my dad sit down once again to have the same conversation!
My father talks on memories he has of a particular house he spent a lot of time in growing up.
We talked about important people in her life, and of how she qould like to be remembered.
Arlene Swartz (61) talks to her friend and coworker Kathrina Proscia (50) about her childhood in the Bronx and Queens, her family and her career in philanthropy and fundraising.
Neil B. asks his father, John B. a few questions about how he feels about the pandemic.
I asked my Dad, age 81 who was the most influential person in his life, and his happiest moment. He is one on 13 children. His father is John CH Wu - whose own dramatic life story is intertwined with...
This interview with my dad talks about his early life. It talks about the good and bad experiences
How living in the suburbs, rural area, and city affect how a person and their childhood
I talked to my father about his early life, his military career and myself.
Daphne and Henry Carr discuss their favorite memories from childhood, such as moments on the Empire State Building, attending musicals, and listening to cassette tapes in libraries with a future life-partner.
In this interview, conducted in June 2, 2018 in Chicago, Illinois, Emmanuel Adebanjo (18) interviews his father Isaac Adebanjo (59) about his journey and lessons learned from Nigeria to America. My dad shares his stories about his childhood, inspirations and...
Had a nice conversation with my dad on thanksgiving day Im really glad I got to stop and listen to what he had to say
Grandaddy (Jack Swarthout) and I spoke about his experiences throughout his life and how each one has impacted his views and perspectives.
Part one of an interview with Dylan Gorman about his father, Bill Gorman. The mike cut out so I had to start a second interview in order to complete all the questions.
Jose discusses the importance of family, and what it was like growing up in Portugal and the US. He also reflects on his life in recent years, and shares some colorful anecdotes.
I chose my dad because I feel that I’m not that close with him and that this would maybe help with that. He’s sort of hard to talk to so I tried my best to use questions that he could...