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Swiss merchant marine finding love in Cleveland, OH, getting married and settling in a new country. Becoming a US citizen. Raising a family with English as a second language
Maria Rodriguez (46) and her sister, Francisca Buger (44) reminisce about their childhood together. They talk about vivid memories that they share, memories that they recall differently, and their parents. They also talk about what they appreciate in each other...
Steve Desroches (47) and Bill Clark (69) talk about their respective global travels.
I interviewed the Dean Students of Virginia Episcopal school with questions from beach trip fun to boarding school stories in Europe.
I interviewed my dad about his experience on living on his own in three continents from the early age of 16.
Some of my grandmother’s history in her life was touched on and mainly where she has traveled. Also my grandmother talked about how she loves spending time with her family in Vermont.
What being a Hygienist has helped me to achieve. Why I chose to be a dental hygienist.
Algis Kalvaitis (45) interviews his parents Irene Kalvaitis (85) and Ramunas Kalvaitis (82) about their experiences fleeing Lithuania as children during WWII, and their lives in various countries before eventually coming to the United States.
Spouses Stephani Victor (51) and Marcel Kuonen [no age given] share the story of how Marcel came to be Stephani's skiing coach after an accident that caused her to lose her legs. The two remember how their relationship went from...
Dual-Citizenship student Thomas Parker talks about the differences between Swiss and American culture, and what it was like growing up between the two.
We came to have many photo albums from my grandmother, Lotte Kramer, and her mother, Ella Faller, from the 1910s-1940s. ￼Jean Kramer, my mom, looks at the album and narrates who the people are and family history, including time in...
Suzanne Greif () tells Daniel Enger () her life story, one filled with a love for art and animal rescue, as well as mental health and substance abuse challenges.
A father and son talk about the children’s travel book they wrote together, Backpacks & Baguettes, and the reminder it provided of what it was like to live in the world before the pandemic hit - the sights, the smells...
Grace’s family and history, what it’s like living in and outside of Silicon Valley
Yvonne Matthews (69) and her conversation partner Franchesca Peña [no age given] discuss Yvonne's upbringing, what originally motivated her to pursue music, and several milestones in her career as a musician and educator.
Natasha Rice [no age given] talks with her dad, Pierre Beuret [no age given], about his childhood in Switzerland, his career as a chef, and the many places he has traveled.
Interviewed dad on his history growing up in Switzerland before coming the the US. This interview covers his experiences with radio.
In a One Small Step conversation Hilary Coakley (54) and Brad Baker (65) discuss the role religion plays in their lives, politicians they admire, the importance of freedom of opinion, fear of the divisiveness in the United States, and the...
Keith Jemison (64) shares a conversation with his dear friend Maybelle Wallace (92) about the history of Black Wall Street, including the Tulsa Massacre, as well as the continued importance of the Greenwood community and the power of love to...
Cousins talk about different parts of life. The highs and the lows and everything in between.
Mara Jill Herman (Astoria) interviews her mom Emmi S. Herman (Searingtown) on Mother's Day, 5.9.2021. They chat about community, collaboration, vaccine awareness, and legacy.