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- libraries 138
- personal experiences 51
- memories of growing up 47
- school day memories 35
- anecdotes (humorous but true stories) 34 1,574 more
- Boise Public Library 7
- Association of Jewish Libraries 3
- Washington County Library System 2
- 4-H 1
- ACT UP 1 21 more
Mary Graybill (63) and her daughter Amber Mussman (39) talk about Mary's relationship to her own mother, and her work with young people overcoming difficult circumstances. They also talk about Mary's parenting, and their gratitude for their mutual support and...
Colleagues Kristine Olsen (39) and Dara Schmidt (41) talk about their work at the Cedar Rapids Public Library, what their experiences of the library were like as young people, and the fulfillment they feel in their work as librarians.
Ken Behringer (66) talks with Valerie Horton (59) about their work as librarians over several decades--changes they've seen, what makes the Minnesota library system unique, and what they think makes libraries successful.
This weaves the stories, the lives, and the future work of a librarian & a retired community nurse who met at the 2019 KC Fringe Festival.
Acquisitions Librarian Jenny Carr interviews Administrative Librarian Rebecca Light about working during the Covid 19 Pandemic.
Devi Turner shares her story of discovery and exploration at the Library as a young girl. Recorded at Storyfort 2018.
Janice Thom (63) tells Reese Rathjen about growing up in a family who was committed to civil rights, working on the New York pride parade, and the work Janice did around HIV advocacy.
Jennifer Senn, Library Assistant in the Adult Services Department of Middleton (Wis.) Public Library, talks with her coworker Sarah Hartman as part of a series of interviews of Library staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. 12 August 2020.
Recording February 13, 2018 – Carol Miles Vincent grew up in St. George, Utah in the 1950s and began using the St. George Library while attending the Vernon Worthen Elementary. The children’s section was in the basement. As an older...
Sharon Ford talks about the library, storytimes, borough hall and library renovations, memorable library events & more.
Is Fountaindale Public Library District the greatest library in the world? Rene Gonzales makes his case that it is wherever he travels!
Mary Beth Hollenbach (59) talks with friend and Rebecca Ray (47) about her unexpected, but incredibly fulfilling job as librarian. She recalls some of the most memorable moments she's had as a librarian and explains why she loves her job.
Martie Brennan shares her love for Libraries and stories from the creation of the Boise Public Library Branches.
Hear the story of Hilmar de Moraes, from childhood stories to achieving his job. Listen to his viewpoints and his wisdom. Pay close attention to his knowledge on the society and how to self-educate. Escute a história de Hilmar de...
Nancy shares her memory of volunteering for the library and what libraries have meant to her.
Richelet Jean (42) speaks with librarian Hasina Islam (27), as well as his daughter Abigail (no last name given) (7), about how Hasina's work with families at the public library has made a huge impact on Abigail's learning, curiosity, and...
Christopher C. Culbreath (72) tells his life partner, Leora Senior (55), about the difficulties he faced growing up during segregation in rural Georgia, about the career he made for himself, and about the work he has done to facilitate healing...
This is a discussion of reference librarian Ikumi Crocoll's experiences and opinions surrounding diversity as an early-career special collections librarian.
Colleagues Kirsten Delegard (49) and Ryan Mattke (37) talk about Kirsten’s project, Historyapolis, to map the history of Minneapolis and understand the legacy of racial discrimination in the city.
Lesley has been a Waldorf classroom teacher, but her most notable accomplishment at WSNO is our beloved library, which she built from nothing. Find out how she did it.