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From September 1968 to September 2018, stories of courtship, love, travel and advice. Neil and Kathleen Pope Hughes, long-time Washingtonians married for 50 years.
Dr. Mildred Stahlman (92) tells Jessica Bratt (35) about her career as a pioneering doctor in the field of neonatology.
Janet Hogue Thompson (77) talks with her daughter Michelle Thompson (51) about the life of her mother Mary Maxine McAninch Hogue (1920-1993) in rural Casey County, Kentucky.
Christina Marshall tells her story of when she met her husband during World War II.
In this interview conducted in November 2017, Alexis Harris(15) sits down with her mom Shannon Sims(37) to talk about her childhood and her two children. Shannon shares stories about her job, her favorite memories, and growing up. At minute 7,...
Friends and colleagues Steph Goble (38) and Kelsie Severson (28) share a conversation about the work they do together at Mountain Home Montana, a safe home and community for young mothers and children.
Mother, Linda Minter (70), and daughter, Jowharah Abdulraheem (33), talk about the hardships that shaped them, their motivations in life, and share family stories.
Nikki Stephens Diacon (53) interviews her husband, Johnnie Diacon (59), about his childhood, his art, and his connection to Muscogee culture. They also discuss their family's future, remember their two daughters who have passed away, and share their love for...
Richardina DeMaere tells her granddaughter Monique Belli about her childhood and young adulthood in Belgium and what it was like to come to the United States.
Sarah Gray, age 47, (Washington DC) blood transfusion recipient, interviews Jack Delaney (61), one of the 10 anonymous strangers who donated 1 of the units of the blood she received during childbirth in 2010. "I'd like to make a new...
Friends Kelli Badesheim (60) and Diana Lachiondo (41) sit down to remember Diana's father, David Lachiondo, and to appreciate the impact that he has had on their lives and their community.
Larry Oney interviews his mother, Margaret, about her life in rural Virginia, her children, and how she would like to be remembered.
Richard James, 40, is interviewed by his spouse Kirsten Olson, 38, about their daughter Lucy’s health challenges.
Scott interviews his mother about growing up, living with her grandparents when her father left for world war two, and having/adoption children.