Gramma Rocque

A wonderful conversation with my mom about her life and raising 8 kids.

Grandpa

My grandpa was a paper worker built machines traveled the world,loved his simblings best memories were going to the brewers games in Milwaukee and watched with his family and friends.Met his wife in class,went to Green Bay and Madison for...

“Standing up” at UVA

Lois Doyle Schwall tells us a story about her time as a student at the University of Virginia in the late 1950’s and about how she literally and metaphorically stood up against racial segregation at the University.

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:...

I grew up in Guatemala and things were very rough

Jessica Medina asks her father, Israel, about his life growing up in Guatemala. Israel Medina shares some of his childhood memories and advice for future generations.

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.

Me and grandmother have an interview about her past life experiences.

I had a fun time recording this interview with my grandmother. During this interview her and I talked about what it was like to grow up in Annapolis during the 1940’s and 50’s. My Grandmother and I also had fun...

Thanksgiving

This thanksgiving we was give the opportunity to interview one of our family members and I chose my grandmother.enjoy

Polio and post polio syndrome.

Nancy Gosz was diagnosed with polio at age 4. Thirty-six years later she was diagnosed with post polio syndrome. She watched her mother go through this illness. This is her story.

The Journey

Never really talked this in depth to my tia, really got to know more about her life and life story. I really enjoyed talking to my tia, and it’s definitely something I’d do again.

Interview with my Nana

It’s interview with my nana about the 1950s.

Jenny Rask Interviews Father Gene Rask about his life. Going to college and professional school and being in the Air Force.

Jenny Rask: 2020-10-05 01:22:49 Jenny Rask Interviews Father Gene Rask about his life. He and his brothers going to college, professional schools and being in the Air Force. His oldest brother Paul's broadcasting journey and becoming a lawyer after Ray...

My Grandma

This is an interview via FaceTime with my 75 year old grandmother. She talks about her childhood growing up in segregated Alabama and moving to Ohio and becoming acclimated to her new environment.

Eldest Daughter

My grandmother and I talk about her upbringing in a small town on Lake Champlain.

“It was difficult growing up under a Dictatorship Government…”

His grandfather was a priest who has the ability to create relationships between spirits/demons and human. Because his father fought for Burma's independence against the British and was a leader for Civil Rights Movement under a Dictatorship government, my uncle...

LHP project 1950s

We talked about what my grandma’s life was like living as an Irish immigrant in the 1950s in America