Living History Project

Interviewing my Grandma about immigrating here and the 1960s.

Interviewing The Pennocks

Interviewing both of my grandparent on their heritage and chilldhoods. My grandfather talks about his life after marriage and life growing old. Finishing by giving his philosophy on life.

The Great Thanksgiving Listen

My 66 year old grandmother and 70 year old great aunt talking about the race relations in their childhood.

Ed Flahavan

A brief look at the three lives of a social justice activist, former priest and ex-communicated Catholic. My grand uncle, Ed Flahavan, reflects on his formative years, spirituality, and family.

Living History Project

I interviewed my grandma about the 1960’s and what it was like to live in a time like that.

LHP Interview

My grandma’s outlook on the 1960’s

Alexa Michael interviews her Grandmother Jill Handy about growing up as a woman and how society views older women

On November 24th, 2021 Alexa Michael and her grandmother Jill Handy talk in their hometown of Hicksville, Ohio about Jill’s life growing up as a woman in the 1950s and 60s. They talk about Jill’s parents, and her sister Sally....

Back in time to the 60s

In this interview, you can hear what Adriana did in her 60's childhood, how she was as a teen and her current life.

Gary Moore: Thoughts and Experiences during the Cold War Part 1

We discussed Gary’s experiences during the Cuban Missile Crisis, his life under a nuclear threat, and his views on the Vietnam War and the very influential year of 1968. Cut short due to a glitch with the phone which was...

62 Years of Television

Erin Romness interviews her father about television over his lifetime. She goes into detail about cable and the history of ads and televsion.

Grandfather interviewed about Vietnam era issues

This is a conversation with my Grandfather Fred Stidman about his experiences during the Vietnam war era when he was a college and then medical student (Johnson County Junior College, University of Kansas, and KU Med). During that tumultuous time,...

Perry Even

I talked to Perry about life and the people that have meant the most to them.

Ruby – St. Louis, Missouri in the 1960’s

Ruby, an African-American women who grew up in segregated St. Louis, Missouri in the 1960’s, discusses her first encounter with discrimination.

My Grandpa Sgt. Michael Boas

This interview is regarding my Grandpa’s service in the Marine Corps and in Vietnam.

My mom’s interview

An interview with my mom about her childhood.