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An interview with a young member of the church of Latter Day Saints
An interview with senior Emma Upton of High Mowing School in Wilton, NH in celebration of Waldorf 100
Spent the evening talking with my roommate about her move from Vietnam to Plymouth, NH. What we thought our lives would look like at 20 years old vs what the actually look like. How is the US different from Vietnam?...
This interview took place on November 22, 2018 in Milan, NH. Interviewee Lorraine discusses her childhood growing up in Fall River, MA, her relationship with her mother and father, the death of her father, and her absentee brother’s experience during...
A celebration of Waldorf 100 with Richard H. Emmet and a pre-recorded selection from 1963 showcasing High Mowing School’s founder, Mrs. Beulah Hepburn Emmet
discussing growing up, struggling through addiction and recovery, the birth of Phil’s daughter, and the person he is today.
Jack has lived in Deerfield for many years. He shared some of his memories of the town and the people in it.
Karen Pariseau, the owner of Bedford Dance Center in Bedford, New Hampshire, is interviewed by Katie Mailly, a BDC student, on Karen’s life with dance.
Grandma Bee and Rhonda discussed Bee’s memories of her marriage and some of Rhonda’s childhood. Stories include how Bee and Everett met at the Old-Fashioned Girtherin’, the fire at Christian Family Circle, and her first house with Everett in Claremont.
We discussed Mr. Crawford’s religious/spiritual journey from Catholicism to Buddhism. Mr. Crawford recounts the way his spirituality has shaped not only his life, but his marriage and his experience as a father.
A discussion about the history and charm of Waldorf education with High Mowing School faculty member, Colleen O’Connors
An interview with alumna Ashley Renwick of High Mowing School in Wilton, NH in celebration of Waldorf 100
A celebration of 100 years of Waldorf education with 8th grader: Jana Sienkiewicz
We talked a lot about his childhood and what it was like. Then a lot about his mistakes and what we should do to not be like him.
Curran family history, emphasis on Harold Curran and his family/ descendents.