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- JFK assassination 30
- Vietnam War 9
- Civil Rights Movement 4
- personal experiences 3
- 1960s, Sixties 2
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In this interview, conducted November 2018 in Vestavia Hills, Alabama, Queenie Samaha (16) interviews her neighbor and relative Donna Smaha (65) about her childhood growing up and significant events that have occurred during her lifetime. Mrs. Smaha talks about what...
David McVey speaks with his grandson Addison Bauer about his experience hearing the news of John F. Kennedy's death whilst stationed in Japan. He talks about the reactions of himself, his friends, the Japanese and what he saw globally.
My mom talked about what life was like as a baby boomer growing up in Utah. She also talked about life as a child of two alchoholics.
Rita DeQuattro (93) talks with her daughter, Barbara Filipe [no age given], and her granddaughter, Elizabeth "Liz" Filipe (26), about her life in Massachusetts and the love she has for her family.
Lolita Oxendine, my grandmother, shares what it was like to be a teenager and in her twenties. She also discusses what it was like for her when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.
Doris Philips, a proud mother of 3 and grandmother of 5, talks about her life growing up, getting married, raising children, and eventually having grandchildren.
One Small Step conversation partners Robin Templin (66) and Jeff Breault (55) discuss social media, faith, politics, and the COVID-19 pandemic.
One Small Step conversation partners Donna Runnels (71) and Jodi Edwards (63) talk about law enforcement and working in prisons, family dynamics and growing up, and the people or events that shaped their beliefs.
Curtis Krofft (63) talks with StoryCorps facilitator Courtney Gilbert (28) about the period of his childhood that he spent in Joshua Tree and the annual turtle races that went on there, and later the politics and current events that led...
My dad and I talked about what was popular when he was younger and what it was like back then. Also, he said where he was during important historical events.
We talked about my grandpas life when he was younger, his experience in the Vietnam War, and his reflections on his life.
Linda Nix explains things in her life during the latter part of the 20th century.
This interview dives into the life of Anne Miller and her livelihood. We hear stories about her parents and what it was like growing up for her. She shares some advice and amazing stories that are worth listening to.
My name is Kaleigh, I am 21 and I interviewed my grandmother, who I call Shanny, who is 82. I ask her about JFK and how her life was affected by his death.
In this interview, conducted November 2019 in Birmingham, AL, John Heiberger (16) interviews his grandmother, Charlotte Tyree Aderholdt, about her significant memories from childhood and young adulthood as well as historical recollections during this time. Mrs. Tyree-Aderholdt shares stories about...
We talked about my grandpas early life, service in the Korean War, and his view of America today.
In this interview my grandmother shared her story about her childhood as well as her experiences during major historic events.
Loyd Ingham [no age given] talks to his spouse, Mary Alice Ingham [no age given], about his childhood, his career as an educator, and how he would like to be remembered.
Wife, Karen Wald (61), and husband, Rick Wald (61), exchange family history, impactful memories, and stories from their philanthropic work.
Erin McCoy (16) talks with a family friend, Patricia (Patty) Medenwald (65) about her experience living during the 1960s. They discuss topics such as the moon landing, the assassination of John F. Kennedy, the Vietnam War, and the Civil Rights...
1960s lifestyle interview with Edithe Dobbins Mason: 2023-04-10 23:45:49 In this interview, the assassination of JFK and MLK Jr. are discussed along with personal experiences living in Washington D.C. and entertainment preferences during a time of change.
Spouses Gregory Johnson (73) and Marcia Johnson (73) discuss the history of busing and desegregation in Seattle. Gregory shares his experience in the voluntary busing program.