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Luke Halski (14) interviews his Grandpa (George Salava, 79). They discussed the troubles and fun times of growing up during World War Two in upper peanut in Ohio (a small mining town). George grew up wanting to travel the world...
I interview my mom about what life was like growing up in a small town. We go over the hardships, the good parts, and why she left.
This interview is about my grandpa who started his own business Walkerton Tool and Die in the 1960s. We talk about what it takes to make it in business world.
Janet Morrison-Lane interviews her mom, Mary Morrison on Mother's Day: 2020-05-10 21:56:09
Jessie Wagnon (33) interviews her grandmother Agnes Dauncey (82) about growing up in White Bluffs, WA, a community that would later be displaced in order to build a secret government project called the Hanford projects.
Best friends Kooper Baldwin (18) and Mason Thomas (18) talk theater, their hopes and fears of getting away from home for college, and what it was like to grow up queer in a conservative town.
“In Michigan people were super nice, and that's not always the case in LA,” said Linda Branca when her son, Dylan Branca interviewed her. The interview took place on Janurary 6, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. The best part of...
Chris tells shares with me what life was like growing up in the 80’s and what he has learned through his life that he believes is valuable to the people of today.
I sit down to talk with my friend and co-band member Colin Lamusta about growing up in small town Lynnfield.
In this interview I speak to my grandma about her life growing up in a small town, her faith and beliefs, and the importance of family.
Patsy, or Grammy Pat as Mary Grace calls her, is Mary Grace's grandmother. She's lived with Mary Grace's family for the past 18 years, helping around the house and to raise the children. In the interview, Patsy talks about her...
Jamie and Madison of Archive Oologah interview John and Faith Wylie, a couple whose lives were shaped by journalism-- which in turn allowed them to shape Oologah by running the local paper.
Amy Russell sharing experiences of growing up in a small town, life for her in high school, and memories of being an exchange student in Spain.
We talked about her childhood and transistion into adulthood and got some insight on political activism in the cold war era
Julie Keaty interviews Jane Gizyn about living in an old farm house in Evergreen Park. She discusses the variety of businesses and the development of the community.
Man interviews his wife about her father, who was a small town doctor.
My Aunt wanda had a few choice words for the tourists flooding Floridas beaches, Governor DeSantis and Donald Trump. When it comes to the virus she refuses to go down without a fight. Aunt Wanda has entered "Walking Dead Mode"...
Carolyn Stewart presents a speech written by her aunt Maureen Denny to Archive Oologah. The speech outlines the history of the Oologah Historical Society.
A variety of topics, including community, socialization, influential relationships, and family history.
I asked my father questions about his childhood and early life. We also touched upon his later years with his first experience voting and the attacks on 9/11.
Cadence Lommori talked with her Papa, James Barsanti, about his life story. This interview included stories and information about his childhood jobs, time in the Navy, and his wife and kids.
Alexander "Alex" McGregor (71) is prompted by his son, Ian McGregor (39), to talk about the importance of preserving small towns, as well as their family agriculture business, which spans over a century.
In this interview taken on November 30th, 2018 in Wylie, Texas, Tailene Morales (15) speaks with her maternal grandmother, Aromelia Vargas (64) about her adolescence in Panama. Mrs. Vargas shares about her high school experience. She also speaks about the...