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I only got to four questions out of six but one of the first questions that I asked got a very interesting response. All in all it was quite an informative interview about someone that I didn’t know too much...
John discusses his childhood, meeting his wife, birth of daughter, and influence of his mother
David Costigan (90) talks with two of his sons about growing up in Bloomington, IL. Also discussed life as teacher and coach in Quincy, IL and his family's legacy of service to the US.
My Grandma and I talked about how different the seasons are, how the teacher style has changed, and why she moved to florida
Iris Maxine Pontius worked at RCA starting in the late 1930s and continuing until her retirement in 1978. During WWII, she was part of a secret project building electronic devices to help the war effort. Later she helped build an...
She talked about her lifestyle and things she likes. Then she talked about what she hopes for me to be like in the future.
Morgan Lee (17) converses with her brother, Braxton Lee (22) about what it was like working as a non-certified nurse's assistant during the COVID-19 pandemic, only two years into his career. They discuss family, future plans, and happiness.
Nearly 200 soups and nearly 100 stories have been shared at the Sunday Soup and Stories club in Bloomington, Indiana. The 20 or so members help choose the date, the host, and what they will bring: an appetizer, a soup,...
Thomas Wilson talks about how he grew up and became who he is today. He tells us what motivates him everyday and what motivated him to become a teacher. Finally he shares a little bit about his childhood memories.
Sarah met Jim (James T. Sampson) while attending art school at ISU Terra Haute, he was her Sculpture Teacher. Join us as we learn about the life and legacy of an artist, friend and mentor as told by Sarah Applegate....
Talked with Reece Lozano on how quarantine has affected his athletics and spring training.
Among the topics discussed were how daily life is like, how technology is utilized in a pandemic and how social relationships are like.
I talked to my mom about some of the choices she made to move to South Carolina and Bloomington, and I asked about how I was as a child.
I asked her questions related to what made her into the person she is today. I also asked her questions related to memories that will stick with her for the rest of her life.
We talked about my grandma’s childhood. She also gave some life advice and wisdom.
We talked about a few things happening during quarantine and some of her best older memories.
Mary S. Costigan (nee Ensenberger) age 91 speaks with two of her sons about stories from her youth in Bloomington, IL and her rich family life.
Susan Herbin And her 18 year old Granddaughter, Alexis Smith do a interview into the world view and life of Alexis’s Grandmothers life.