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Stacey Rees (42) is interviewed by her partner Erik Huber (47). They discuss Stacey’s life and that of their child Huckleberry.
Alfonso Castillo Garcia (84) talks with his granddaughter Renee Sanchez (36) about his life.
Ruth E. Lewis (84) tells her grandson, Lon Cseplo (39) of her family’s life during the Great Depression and later during World War II. She shares the story of her mother’s coming to the United States by way of Ellis...
Joel D. Lusk and colleagues Cynthia Abeyta and Maceo Martinet talk about their work as biologists and the influences in their own lives that led them to the work they are engaged in. Cynthia and Maceo talk about being Latinos...
Tahir Mansour (74) is interviewed by his granddaughter Leyla Mansour-Cole (21) about his family’s life in Palestine as a child and his journey to the US to pursue a college education.
Susan "Meadow" Brook interviews her friend Mary Hervin about her life in Gustavus, cooking at the Elfin Cove Lodge, the women’s retreat she started, and lessons she would like to pass on to her family.
Lori Bruggman Rausch, 67, tells husband, Jim Rausch, 68, about her life growing up in North Dakota and Minnesota. They discuss their decades-long marriage and the many moves the family made due to Jim’s career as a Kimberly-Clark executive. They...
Jeanette Remak talks about her sister Mary Remak, who was a victim of the 1993 World Trade Center Attack.
Theresa Lothspeich, 76, talks with brother Sylvan Loegering, 71, about their memories of growing up on a farm with 12 other siblings.
Barbara Brown interviews her mother, Mathilda Tibby Brown, about her career in Suffolk County Family Court, and about being the mother of four children.
Linda Tirico (57) speaks with Erin Dickey, Facilitator, about the progress of her work life and her current unemployment. Her theme was to discuss who she is today.
Irma Cortes Nicolas and Emilio Nicolas discuss their family, their marriage, the milestones of the local Hispanic community in the field of broadcast communication.
Author and retired professor Dr. John Yung, 73, talks with his cousin-in-law, Pui Yue “Ronnie” Hon, about growing up in Macon, Georgia as a Chinese-American during the Jim Crow era. He also discusses the three books he has written about...
Linda Dean Goolsbee tells StoryCorps facilitator Rose Gorman of her parents, Jack and Francis Dean.
William McAllister was interviewed by his daughters, Lisa McAllister and Amy Farges, as well as his grandson, Julien Farges. They talked about William’s life growing up, the Depression, WWII, William’s return to college after the war, his Masters and PhD,...
Jack talks with his daughter about his small-town childhood, his work in finance, and his thoughts about his future.
Scott interivews his partner Ed about teaching improvisation and their relationship.
Camille Gendell (67) interviews her mother Doris Chesson (92) about her life in Norfolk.
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.
Karen De Shazer (53) interviews local resident Mary Jane Erickson Terraza (82) about growing up in the Mohave area, her ranch and her animals.
Kate Bennett is interviewed by her friend Roy Mastromauro about her career in healthcare in Cincinnati.
Phyllis Gunther (80) talks to her two sons, Bram Gunther (47) and Matt Gunther (44) about the experience of being burned as a child and the impact that has had on her life, her husband, children and grandchildren.