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I spoke with my amazing mamaw about her life and it was short but sweet to here about some of them.
A little over a fifteen minute interview with my Papaw, my grandpa on my father’s side of the family, about his agricultural career from his childhood all the way up until present day in the afternoon on Saturday November 30th...
Bill & I talked about his Korean War experiences. He saw so many he cannot ever forget.
A brief story of Ray Horst and Mennonite Voluntary Service organization.
Part one of two: Maria sits down with Alison and translator Kaitlyn to talk about family, her move to Richmond, and ways she believes we can incorporate more Mexican culture into the town she has grown to love and appreciate!
My Aunt Tracy and Aunt Dana’s story starting from when their parents met all the way to their teenage years.
These interview discusses Takako Kusayanagi’s first experiences when she came to the U.S. in 1979 and after. She arrived in New York, flew to Washington D.C. and from there to Terre Haut, Indiana where she completed her undergraduate studies at...
Avis and Alison talk about his upbringing, how he found Earlham, the way he approaches challenges at the college, and how Earlham can contribute to a better Richmond.
Alit of funny stories, our family history back several generations on Mom’s side in Indiana
I take the time to learn more about who my grandma is, and who the rest of my family was too. Banks, school in Italy, Frank getting taken out by a gold-diggers with a frying pan… There’s a lot I...
Bruce and Alison talk about his early years as a club member, and then making a career out of helping kids succeed.
Susan Isaacs, the Wayne Township Trustee and community organizer, talks with Alison about her early years of success, life’s ups and downs, and how she approaches the unique role of caretaker in the trustee’s office.
Discussed our relationship, marriage, how she became a massage therapist, and Christian faith.
Older brother Jonathon downing lived a troublesome childhood but became a successful adult.
We had a conversation about Megan’s field in college and the main points of attending a college.
On a snowy December afternoon I, Juanita Douglas, interviewed my favorite aunt Lillie Bea Douglas Calhoune in my hometown Gary, Indiana. We talked about her life farming cotton as a teenager in Tennessee before she migrated in 1945 to Gary....