Recollections of my parents and early life
December 22, 2019 App Interview

Jill de Castella discusses her parents and growing up in 1940s and 1950s

Sartaj S. Mathur

S. Mathur discusses growing up in Delhi during the 1940s and the struggles that came with it.

Racism in America

Gordon Powell talks about growing up and how racism affected his community in the 1940s. In addition, he speaks on racism in today's world and how we can help diminish it.

Education in the 1940s and 50s

Elise Coneglio interviews her grandfather Ken Clark on his experience growing up and attending school in a rural community in the 1940s and 50s.

John Booth 93 Peck, Kansas November 2021

John tells about his lifetime on his farm near Peck, KS and being in the Navy in Hawaii in the 40’s, and his various jobs he had and ends with a sampling of his auctioneering skill!

Growing up in Covington KY in the 1940’s through 1962

My mom talks about what it was like growing up in the 40’s. She met my father in high school. They have been married 55 years as of 6/30/17

Grandad: A Man of Loyalty and Servitude.

I decided to interview my grandad at to learn more about his time serving in the Korean War, his time after, and also his childhood and duties as a parent. He is such an amazing man and I continue to...

Ken Wagner’s North Dakota 1940s/50s Childhood

Kenneth (Ken/Kenny) Wagner interviewed by eldest and youngest daughters Kim and Kyna. Ken was born on a farm near Merricourt, ND in 1946 to parents of German descent, Adam and Martha. Ken shared stories of his childhood. Forgotten until post-interview:...

When in a hurricane…

Louis Guarinello talks about his life from his childhood in the 1930s, his time in the Navy, and what it was like to live in New York in a recent immigrant Italian family.

Interviewing Grandpa: Forrest L. Smith discusses his childhood

This is my first interview of my grandfather, Forrest L. Smith, born September 30th, 1929 in Atlanta, GA. He discusses growing up in the Druid Hills neighborhood and his happiest and saddest moments.

Chris no

It was ok. I had to do it so I did.

Steve Davis Part 2-Mead High School-Alexis Yeoh

Mr. Steve Davis talked about his opinions on Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, and Barack Obama.