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Facilitator Janet Frey asks Sarah Berg about her life, and her mother, an influential psychoanalyst.
Her childhood was good. She went to New York at a young age. She also got out of school in 8th grade
John and Dennis Diuguid discuss the Borscht Belt with Marvin Rappaport.
An interview with my aunt, Guerra Stoll, about her life in New York and her childhood.
Ben Porter (43) talks to his father, William "Bill" Porter (68), about growing up in rural Iowa, his love of fishing, and his career as a professor of wildlife sciences.
Mark Kutcher and Marvin Rappaport discuss the impact of the Borscht Belt as well as Kutcher's resort.
Harold and Raymond Gold discuss the Borscht Belt with Marvin Rappaport, Alan Barrish and Myron Gittel.
Larry Ravdin and Marvin Rappaport discuss the heyday of the Borscht Belt.
Michael Devereux (63) and his wife Lane Gustafson Devereux (60) talk about their marriage of almost 35 years, their adopted children from their marriage and previous marriages, and reflections on parenting, marriage, and life.
On Thanksgiving there are many things to be greatful for; friends, family, and turkey. On Thanksgiving Day of 2017 (November 26), in New Caanon Connecticut, Arlene Parker spoke about two of the three. She taught her granddaughter, Amanda Sedaka, about...
I interviewed my grandmother to ask questions about her thoughts on COVID-19 and how the pandemic affected her.
Adena Anderson (100) tells granddaughter Erica Anderson (20) of her life during the Great Depression, describes her favorite memories of her siblings and late husband, and shares her secret to living to age 100.
An interview with my Aunt (Tita) as it referred to in Tagalog, about her life and professional development
My grandfather talks about his life in New York. From crazy taxi drivers to black ice. He also talks about his life with his daughters in New York, and the worst turbulence he has ever experienced. He also talks about...
Makinde Adedapo (37) talks to his sister, Aryorinde Iranlowo-Ifatunji (23) about growing up, moving to New York, and her relationship to spirituality.
We just talked about her life before meeting Sam and then how being married has changed their relationship. We also talked about future plans and goal for life
Peter Chester and Marvin Rappaport discuss the Borscht Belt.
Margaret and Richard shared stories about growing up in East Rockaway. Richard reminisced about his school days at East Rockaway schools and his service on the East Rockaway Village Board and the East Rockaway School Board.
Lauren and Aunt Sheila talk about Doris Kesner, Sheila's mother and Lauren's grandmother who emigrated to the United States from Poland in the 1940s.
In the spring of 1950, 13-year-old Kay Johnston spent her afternoons playing baseball on the neighborhood sandlot in Corning, New York. Kay wanted nothing more than to play Little League baseball. But at that time, it was unthinkable for girls...
My Nona talks about how immigrating to the United States of America changed her life.
This is a conversation about life growing up in Albany as well as the typical family after World War II.