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- Maryland 80
- memories of growing up 39
- personal experiences 36
- college 27
- memories of former times 27 1,289 more
- Stone Ridge School 2
- Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart 2
- CATDC 1
- Catholic Church 1
- Gonzaga 1 3 more
This a social injustice that has been lingering sometime throughout my peer group and community and I feel the need to take steps by bringing it to light. Featuring a good friend of my Roan Ottey.
Retired Colonel Denise Baken enlisted in the Army in 1975 , following in her father’s military footsteps. She’d go on to serve for nearly three decades. At StoryCorps, Denise told her children — Richard and Christian Yingling — about her...
Memories of Zelma Govan Mansfield, Julia Mariah Wright, Marian Middleton, Emanuel Mansfield, my siblings and The Govans in Chapel Hill, Maryland.
We talked about my grandfather’s childhood through how he lives now. I leaned about what inspired him and how he grew up. I also learned more about the man he is today.
In this interview I talked with my dad about his great experiences in the military.
This interview is about my grandpa Earl Smith, and his life. We talked about his growing up in Boonsboro, Maryland; his military career and his years as a teacher. Along with his personal life as a father, husband, and grandfather.
I sat down with Lamar to ask him about, his motivation, trials and lessons from his stints in the Army.
Rosel H. Schewel, 80, is interviewed by her daughter Susan Schewel, 53.
In this interview, conducted on November 26, 2017 in Annapolis, Maryland, Sarah interviews her aunt Mary Foelster about life growing up in Maryland and her career path along the way. Mary talks about life growing up for her as the...
Richet Taylor: 2020-04-28 23:57:57 Richét Taylor talks with her friend, Ashley Woods about our life experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic.
I interviewed my mom and learned information about my family that I didn’t know and what her childhood was like.
Three High School juniors converse about how they have adapted to socially distant school and contact with friends during the 2020 pandemic.
Clay Campbell (31) talks with his grandmother, Charmian Waggaman (89) about her life growing up in DC in the 1940s, meeting the love of her life Thomas Waggaman, raising three kids, and sharing loving words to her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
In this interview, we discussed wisdom, childhood memories, proudest moments, and more.
Bobby Read (20) talks with his aunt, Laura Rosseisen (57) about her family, her career and the ways in which they have intersected and developed together in her lifetime.
I talk to my granddad about his teenage years and what he would do for fun.
Two high school juniors converse about the implications of the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in the Spring of 2020.
I interviewed a family friend, Damien, about his teenage years, nicknames, and family.
My father immigrated to America from Trinidad and Tobago when he was almost 10 years old. When he arrived to Baltimore, Maryland, he noticed a racial divide between blacks and whites. Whites were treated as if they were better than...
Uncle Scott’s opinion on his father’s story and upbringing in Germany. Then moving to the US and becoming a soldier.
Three high school juniors from Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart in Bethesda, Maryland talk with each other about how they adapted to being a student in the time of Coronavirus.