Early childhood 1940-1960’s

A few memories of growing up in Ninnekah, OK and seminary in 1960’s. Topics on family, school, racism.

The Impact of the Farmworker Life on my Family.

Frank was the youngest of a large farmworker family. He shares how that experience impacted his life as a child, an adult, a father, a husband and a grandfather.

From the farm to college.

The story about Georgian female and the struggle she endured at the onion farm.

What makes you Emilio Canaii?

In this interview I asked Emilio a little bit about his outlook on life, his family history, and his experiences as part of the LGBT community.

Stories from a Cargill Matriarch and the Secret to Buttermilk Bisquits

Stories about life in Steep Hollow, love at first sight, the Christian influence of the Cargill family and the secret to buttermilk biscuits.

Parent interview

An interview with my mother about personal finance and how she manages her money.

Grandma Chats About Life

Alice Moore talks about being a lamaze instructor, her upbringing in the Austin area, her musical background, her dear brother, and her family, with her college age granddaughter.

SOUTA with Donna Marquet

An interview with Donna Marquet, Senior Lecturer in Scenic Design at the University of North Texas and founder of SOUTA. We discuss the planning, execution, and impact of this event that connects graduating students to theatre industry professionals.