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My father’s story about coming into the US, and life in America.
What was the dust bowl to someone who lived through it? Betty Williams, age 88 tells her tale of her childhood.
Debabu Girard (17) interviews his grandfather Bill Wallin (78) about growing up in Chicago, his military service, and listening to and learning from others.
In this interview, on November 27 in Tucson Arizona, Jack Warren (14) interviewed his dad, Jay Warren (49) about his childhood. They also talk about his parents, grandparents, and great grandparents. They talk about Jay and his job and his...
Christopher McPherson (51) and his spouse Matt Hinrichs talk about how they met and their marriage in 2008.
10 year old Hayden learns how her great-great grandparents met and their love for singing that has continued down the family tree from her interview with her grandmother. Maybe, just maybe, that's why she loves performing too!
I interviewed my aunt
This interview I asked some very philosophical questions that really got my person thinking. He has some very intriguing responses that lead into deep and meaningful conversations
Tatiana Orlov (27) tells Linda Wang (23) her reasons for moving to New York City, how her interests changed from working in the Music Industry to Community Involvement, and how she became involved with the non-profit organization Art for Change.
An interview with my dad who grew up in Eugene, Oregon
Joyce Frye, resident of Morrison Village (2503 Old Mobile Ave, Pascagoula, MS 39567) is interviewed by Reba Brown, Library Assistant 1 from Singing River Genealogy-Local History Library on Thursday, May 16, 2019. Ms. Frye discusses her pets, why she moved...
Recorded in November of 2022, Laura-Adella Ibrahim (daughter, 16) talks to Ihab Ibrahim (father, 50) about his life growing up in Cairo, Egypt. Mr. Ibrahim explains his history, from growing in different generations to leaving everything behind and migrating to...
Pablo tells me of his life and I tell him something he’s always wanted to know about me
In this interview, conducted on November 26 2017 in Chandler Arizona, I interviewed my aunt, sherrlyn Tesslow About what it was like growing up in northeast Minneapolis, college, jobs and Arizona.
In this interview I interview my Grandpa about his childhood and how he moved around because he was a military kid.
An interview about studying mental health.
Spouses Richard Ohava (81) and Janet Hsieh [no age given] discuss their respective backgrounds, upbringings and their relationship.
Elsa Jackson (16) talks with Karen Steele (69), her grandma, about various topics about her life, including Elsa's mom and her siblings, jobs, family, and faith throughout her experiences.
On Friday, February 22, 2019, Dr. Lilien Vogl, Chair of the Optometric Historical Society, sat down with Dr. Donald E. Jarnagin, past-president of the American Optometric Association (1995-1996) to talk about his life, his work and developments in the profession...
Crystal Thompson remembering her grandma, Amy Thompson, also known as Miz Amy
Sara Santiago (32) interviews her father Gilbert Santiago (60) about their family history and growing up in Lubbock, Texas.
Kim interviews neighbor (and new friend) Ruth about her mother and labor and housing rights involvement. Ruth also talks about evacuating Battery Park on 9/11.
This interview provides contextualization and a history lesson for those wondering the origins of Flagstaff's STEM interests and the impact of Lowell Observatory on Flagstaff from its beginning to present day.
Angie Fryer became a teacher in the 1960s at Trinity University, and went on to teach in San Antonio, Mesquite, and Abilene, Texas. Later she worked with students in Arizona, Alabama, Texas, Mississippi, and Kansas.
Colleagues and self-professed history nerds, Tammy Snook (40) and Tina Clark (72) talk about Yuma, Arizona's unique place in history.