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- Washington 63
- memories of growing up 37
- personal experiences 35
- memories of former times 30
- Spouse 28 1,100 more
- Friends Meeting of America 1
- Religious Society of Friends (Quaker) 1
- Vestavia Hills High School 1
- War Department 1
Mary Louisa Kanalos (88) talks with daughter Kill Kanalos (55) about her career as one of the FBI’s first female radio operators.
On his birthday, Lawrence "Larry" Fox (65) talks with his wife Shelley Chambers-Fox (68) and recalls his career in academia and transitioning into dairy sciences education and specialization. He also recalls his family's ancestry and how it connects to his...
Armando Rodriguez (88) and his wife, Beatriz Rodriguez (79) remember how they met, how they pushed each other during their marriage in order to move forward socio-economically, and the opportunities they’ve enjoyed and fulfilled as a couple.
Sharon and Lucca remember Lucca’s husband, Tom Clausing, who passed away almost a year ago in a helicopter accident.
Mitzi Miyoshi (48) interviews her uncle, Sam Terasaki (83) about his WWII experience in the Japanese-American and Hawaiian 442nd Infantry Regiment.
George Phillip’s experience working with Al Gore, also his time in Washington D.C. during the Clinton presidency.
George M. Gingerelli, 66, talks with his father George J. Gingerelli, 92, about his love of art and his family.
Laura shares stories of her grandparents and her hopes for her grandchildren
How growing up in the Great Depression impacted women in the workforce.
Barbara Watson was born in 1952 in Kansas and moved to Alabama. Her father served in The Korean War and was a computer programmer after that. Her mother was a nurse. She moved to Washington in the late 1950s and...
Alex and Devin share memories about their decades-long relationship, her struggle with ovarian cancer, and what it's like facing the end of life.
Two Quakers reflect on the role of the AIDS crisis in their spiritual community.
This is about a trip to Washington DC that Kate Padilla took with her grandparents and her brother.
Frederick Earl DeCamp, 91, by his niece, Cynthia Bates, 61, about growing up near the Grand Coulee Dam and being in the air force.