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Newly graduated from the University of Virginia, Tom Fishburne had no idea what he wanted to do. Most of his friends were moving to Atlanta with jobs already set up, but he wanted to do something different. So, he turned...
Advice from a Father about his life experiences, and what he is grateful for
I was in visiting my grandparents in Las Vegas for the weekend and just went over things my grandfather did in his life and just described those events .
This interview was about my grandma’s life. Growing up in Wyoming during the Great Depression. The heartbreak of becoming a widow, and finding love again.
We left to go on a deer hunt for 2 weeks hoping to take a trophy deer home with us
Spending summers on a ranch on the Utah -Wyoming border as a child.
Liz Touhy speaks with Scott Christy about her experiences on NOLS Expeditions. She recalls a powerful experience as a NOLS student on an expedition in the Waddington Range of British Columbia where she gained confidence, and then elaborates on what...
My grandpa started working when he was thirteen, he never dated and he looked up to his dad. After his dad retired he bought Napa and worked very hard there for 42 years before he retired.
My grandma talked about what her childhood was like, as well as mine. She also talked about what influenced what she’s like today.
The story of my grandfather and his life story. His hardships and his great times, what he enjoys and what he dislikes, and what his morals are.
Mrs. Schmidt had a husband who sadly died. But she said that before he died of a sickness she was in the senior choir. She dropped out to take care of her husband. But she had said that he had...
Me and my dad talked about his early ages, and his and my life in general. I interviewed my dad because he inspires me, and I’m glad I had the opportunity too.
In this interview, conducted on November 25, 2018 in Fairfax Virginia, Grace Yang interviews her neighbor Patti Burke about her childhood. Mrs. Burke shares stories about her life as a military child and about her family. At the end of...
This is an interview with my mother, Margaret George Jaeger, who was one of 9 children on a Kansas farm, who graduated from Kansas State University in 1952 and married Ralph Jaeger and raised four children.