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We spoke about my mom’s life in New Orleans, and in Peru. Then we spoke about my life in Orange County and how mom and I have seen OC change!
Lisa Coffey [no age given] tells StoryCorps facilitator and conversation partner Lea Zikmund (23) her experience surviving Hurricane Betsy and how the lessons learned from that event relate to the COVID-19 crisis.
My grandmother tells me about her childhood and early life. She lived in a small house with a lot of people so she has always been surrounded by family. Family ended up playing a major role in her life
I interviewed my grandmother to tell her back story on her cooking experience.
Michelle Lee interviewing her father, Richard Bernstein on December 27, 2017 Michelle was 42; Richard was 74
Ernest Jackson played defense back and running back as a senior for Duke University in 1971. He is the is the only player to win ACC offense player of the week and ACC defense player of the week in the...
Talking with my Aunt about her interests and the people around her who inspired her to do those things.
This is my second recording of my grandmother Nita Morgan Hawkins talking about nurses training in New Orleans with her sister-in-law Mary Hawkins Bowen in the early 1950's and how she met my grandfather, Forrest Hugh Hawkins.
I interviewed my grandmother Judith Foley about her life and childhood and learned more about my family and listened to her advice on how to live.
Max and Calvin ask Grandpa Gerald about his childhood, life, and career.
As Zigrid explains, a life story is a collection of events formed by experience that mold our thoughts and impressions. Her father shares his experience as a young boy running free on a farm in Latvia, escaping Latvia by ship,...
I have always been close with my mom, but this interview really allowed me to learn more about her and hopefully potentially strengthen our relationship even more after we discussed her wishes for me, and how I view life. Also,...
My name is Will Hite (18) and this is my interview with my grandfather Bill Hite (85). In this interview, my grandfather talks about growing up in New Orleans during the Great Depression and World War II and later serving...
I interviewed my father about his father Grandpa Fred who I never met.
Asked my grandfather things that I never would had thought of. It was nice to learn things that I probably would never asked him.
My great-grandmother's mother unknowingly knocked on famous madam Lulu White's door.
I interviewed my mother about her childhood, career, and religious values
My grandma and I talked about her childhood and different things she’s experienced in life
Personal account of hurricane Katrina and the aftermath in New Orleans, Louisiana.