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- Boise Public Library 37
- Boise High 2019 7
- Library! at Bown Crossing 5
- Storyfort 3
- World Village Festival 3
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My lovely grandma and I spoke of accomplishments, life, love, and family. I could not be more proud to be her grand-darling. Cheers to the kindness in her heart! She grins in the Interview photo with her sibilings, her in...
Talked about jobs, advice she’d give to future generations, sang “you are my sunshine”, and talked about her early life.
Dyah "Arin" Hening (36) talks with her friend Michiko Nabila (28) about their shared yet unique experiences as Indonesian immigrants who live in Boise, Idaho.
Martie Brennan shares her love for Libraries and stories from the creation of the Boise Public Library Branches.
Marc Moss (51) interviews his mother-in-law, Barbara Bartmess (77), about her childhood, marriage, and spirituality.
Maya talked to her almost 80 year old grandmother about the past and future
Ann Marie Newman shares how she changed her weakness into her life vocation with help from the library.
Ethyl tells of her experience growing up in California and staying under surveillance in Japan during WWII.
Nancy shares her memory of volunteering for the library and what libraries have meant to her.
Gail tells the story of her relationship with her Jewish Heritage and the impact of meeting Elie Wiesel.
Kris sees a book that reminds her of how she got her name.
The story of how Jane and Mark met during Jane’s gap year.
Jeremy Harper shares how the library supported his education growing up.
Spouses, Lisa Roberts (52) and Jeff Roberts (56), share a conversation about their daughter's recent wedding and about their own marriage.
Kendal Shaber (60) shares a conversation with her father’s friend, Mac Sheesley (97). They talk about Mac’s friendship with Kendal’s father, their time in World War II together, returning to Boise, and the role that Mac played in Kendal’s father’s...
Friends Kelli Badesheim (60) and Diana Lachiondo (41) sit down to remember Diana's father, David Lachiondo, and to appreciate the impact that he has had on their lives and their community.
Katherine Kappelman (66) and her son Hunter Kappelman (20) share a conversation about their family, those who have lived with them, and Hunter's Eagle Scout service project.
Friends Hanna Suman (23) and Monica Virgen (26) share about about their lives, their experiences growing up in immigrant families, and their work at the International Rescue Committee.
We talked about Mike’s life and his job owning George’s Cycles.
Lara Petitclerc-Stokes (52) talks with her husband, Perry Stokes (53), about their early decision not to have children and how it is has benefitted their individual and collective lives.
This is an interview of Marie Sasser done by her Grandaughter, myself, Clara William where we discuss growing up in a small town and her life as a teacher in a much larger town.