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Lee Kempf talks about his childhood in Madison, Wisconsin during the depression and his military service in Okinawa.
Charles Doggett (71) talks with facilitator Virginia Lora (26) about growing up in Arkansas and Oklahoma, studying religious education and doing missionary work. He also talks about his relationships with his two children and his ex-wife.
John H Baker, almost 90 years of age, discusses his life growing up in childhood, mentioning topics such as World War 11, & His experience in the Navy.
Spouses Alden Wright [no age given] and Sally Wright (78), speak to their two sons, Eric Wright (49) and Kevin Wright (47), about their grandparents, vacationing in Montana, and a commitment to curiosity, science, and the outdoors.
Girl Scouts Victoria Ross and Ashley Sutton ask Allene Wilkie George about her experience as a Girl Scout. Allene has been a girl scout since 1932 and is a former President of the Girl Scout Council of Savannah.
Liz, 28, interviews Barb, 42, about her archaeological work at the Presidio.
Gary Gell grew up in the Philippines during the Vietnam war, and had many adventures and stories about his young life. In this interview 15 year old Campbell Hall student Jeremiah Gell interviews his father Gary Gell on January 7th...
Kathleen interviews her mother Miriam about her childhood.
James (24) and his sister, Stephanie (32), talk about their shared experience of Type 1 Diabetes. They talk about day to day life, summer camp (Camp EDI), and the future of the disease.
James D Pitts III talks about his life with his son James D Pitts IV.
Stuart Shapiro (67) talks with his daughter, Akinyi Zmirrah Shapiro (24), about his work at the NIH researching AIDs/HIV and about Akinyi's mother passed away from AIDs.
Don Tinsley (85) and his son Michael Tinsley (47) talk about Don's experiences growing up in California. They talk about Don's experience taking a boat to Europe and spending a couple months traveling through Europe with his old college roommate.
Thelma E. Bloesing in the second half of her life and the story of her second husband and love of her life, William Carl Bloesing Sr. Along with stories of World War 2 and raising Bill Jr.
Geraldine, 87, talks with her granddaughter Courtney, 30, about her family’s heritage and the connection with Grass Valley, California.
Brothers, Doug Alderson (64) and David Alderson (66), together recount the story of a canoe trip they went on as teenagers that went awry.
One Small Step conversation partners Chay Runnels (46) and Jerry Edmonson (61) discuss faith, politics and diversity.
Jack (88) tells some tales of his youth. He discussing moving around the country as a child, growing-up in the family business, participating in youth sports, and a broken arm that was set by a chiropractor.
Jerry Cousins recounts stories of Camp Orr Boy Scout Camp in the 1950s
Laura Cattani (38) talks with her grandfather Jack G. Thomson (97) about his long life as a farmworker in the Central Valley of California. Jack recounts joining the Navy, meeting his wife, and starting a rice co-op in a nearby...
This interview between Logan Szott and his mother Heather Szott covers Heather's personal history growing up in L.A. and beyond, connecting to multiple historical events, cultural trends, and personal experiences. The interview contains segments of Heather's early life with her...
My dad and I talk about his early life and the events that made him the person he is today as well as some funny childhood stories about both of us.
Christine May (51) interviews her husband Louis "Scott" Eaton (55) about his life. They discuss his greatest joys, life wisdom, their children, and advice he'd like to give others.