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I Interviewed my Grandmother about various things.
My grandmother talks about getting roller skates for Christmas and her friends bicycle
I asked her a series of questions about her life and where she is from and etc
This is a conversation about life growing up in Albany as well as the typical family after World War II.
This was an interview about my Grandma’s life starting from the 40s progressing to present day. It has her thoughts, opinions, and ideas and how worldly events have shaped her.
Today I interviewed my grandfather, Tomas. We discussed past experiences and memories of family. I discovered many new stories from him and was taught a valuable lesson.
A talk about a life being a nurse, a mail woman, a business owner, and a hardworking mother
My grandmother has lived an amazing life and today she will be sharing it through this short but informational interview.
My Dad shares stories and life lessons I should know when the time comes to learn them…
I have interviewed my grandmother about her childhood from 1941 to 1945, during WW2. She was nine or ten when the war ended in 1945.
Asked my dear grandma questions about her childhood, her family, how she and my grandpa met, and who’s made an impact on her life. Transcript (Translated into English, some parts paraphrased): Joanne: Hi, my name is Joanne Chua. I am...
My grandmother gave me a brief understanding of her childhood and how she wants to be remembered.
Tyler Katz interviews his grandfather about his past, jobs, family, and friends.
In this interview conducted in November 2017 in Annapolis Maryland Willie Burson(15) interviews his grandpa John Morton 111 (74)about his life and how it has changed. He talks about his childhood and meeting his wife. What he liked to do....
In this interview we talk about what has happend in Raul’s life and what has made him the person he is. Being a parent and a husband also comes up in his life story, and he learns lessons he would...
In this interview, Evelyn, my grandmother, talked about her childhood memories and how she learned how to use her patience. The one thing she said was “never ever step down.” This phrase means you can be anything you want to...
We talked about life during WWII when she was a child in Fairhope, Alabama. We also talked about the last slave ship that came to the U.S.