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Interviewing my grandparents about their time when my grandpa was drafted overseas.
My neighbor Mr. Koehler shared with me the story of his childhood and his life growing up. He shared his proudest moments and happiest times. He told the story of his father and brother in the armed forces and how...
Tony comes to Musikfest with his sister and walk throughout the festival each year. His one word to best describe Musikfest is OVERWHELMING.
This is an interview I did with my grandmother (Bubi) about her challenging childhood during the Great Depression. (Note: My grandmother has been previously diagnosed with dementia, which is why there were some aspects of her story that were repeated.)
A Jewish boy/man’s experience as a observant in Philadelphia and it’s suburbs from the 1970s to the present.
Interview of my stepfather Fred Garnon at cook Forest Pennsylvania
A discussion of family history and general life history.
Ben Fortunado Marcune is an artist who has painted many paintings of Musikfest since 1984. His one word to describe Musikfest is PEOPLE-FRIENDLY.
Maggie Goodish interviewed her grandmother on Thanksgiving Day, 2019. She asked her some questions about her childhood life and her past.
Mario and Donna are a married couple who performed at the first Musikfest in 1984. Their word to best describe Musikfest is COMMUNITY.
My fathers childhood memories and what they mean to him. His hopes for the future and what he expects.
Helen Bauman, born of Ukrainian immigrants in 1929 recounts life as a child of the Depression while growing up on a farm in Macungie, PA. She also remembers key moments in history such as her feelings during WWII and the...
David has been attending Muskfest since it first began in 1984 when he was fresh out of college! David's word that he chose to best describe Musikfest is VOLUNTEERISM.
Alison Lescisin, 36, interviews her father, Thomas J. McElhone (69) about his experiences growing up in Pittsburgh, and the importance of the Shaler North Hills library to their family and community.
Miriam (Mimi) Dunham is a wife, mother of 5, sister and grandmother. She reflects on her parents and childhood, proudest moments and some of her regrets. (Apologies for some spotty audio issues!)